Introduction to SNMP the Simple Network Management Protocol

Object_Id               : 54
Title                   : Introduction to SNMP the Simple Network Management Protocol
Node_Type               : Production
Format                  : PostScript
Address                 :  http://repository:13531/docs/sys_mgt/
Keywords                : SNMP
Abstract                : This document provides an excellent introduction to SNMP.
                          It covers the general modes of usage get, set, get-next
                          and their interactions with MIB variables and tables. This
                          includes the various object identifier conventions used for
                          variable and table accessing.
Date_Entry_Created      : 02/10/96
Entry_Created_By        : Paul Foster
Date_Entry_Last_Modified: 27/01/98
Entry_Last_Modified_By  : jane
Asset_Qualification     : excellent
Other_Opinions          : If you don't know SNMP and are going to work on
                          a project involving SNMP this document is a good
                          starting place. For more detail see the Simple 
                          Book by Rose or SNMP, SNMP V2 and CMIP by 
Contact_Person          : Phil County (
IP_or_Copyright_Owner   : Phil County (Latrobe University)
Support_re_Ownership    : 
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Authors_and_Contributors: Phil County
Projects_Used_In        : - WT528.1
                          - NEC 380.*
Obtained_From           :

                          (automatically shows the README);
                          file is:
Derived_From            : 
Related_Items           : Karrenberg's presentation:

                          (obtained also from Latrobe & renamed)
Document_Type           : tutorial
Additional_Info         : See also:
                          The Simple Book by Marshall Rose (there are copies floating
                          around CiTR - should be one in the library)
                          SNMP, SNMP V2 and CMIP by ... Stallings