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Re: Call for censensus on path forward



Andy Bierman wrote:
> 
> At 01:28 PM 9/27/2002 +0900, D.Chakraborty wrote:
> >[ post by non-subscriber.  with the massive amount of spam, it is easy to
> >  miss and therefore delete mis-posts.  so fix subscription addresses! ]
> >
> >Hi,
> >
> >The URL I gave earlier has severe access restrictions. Sorry
> >about that - I have set up the high resolution traffic
> >monitoring server on another machine. Try this.
> >
> >a. for 10ms resolution graph
> >     http://pc5.sendai.wide.ad.jp/HRTM/hrtmapplet-10ms.html
> >b. for  5 sec resolution graph
> >     http://pc5.sendai.wide.ad.jp/HRTM/hrtmapplet-5sec.html
> 
> this didn't work on my IE5.5 browser
> 

I get applet errors with Netscape...

> >And in case you have problems with your browser then you may also
> >try
> >    appletviewer http://pc5.sendai.wide.ad.jp/HRTM/hrtmapplet-10ms.html
> >and
> >    appletviewer http://pc5.sendai.wide.ad.jp/HRTM/hrtmapplet-5sec.html
> 
> these URLs look the same as the first set.
> 
> >That should work if you have a Java-2 environment on your system.
> 
> IMO, a feature design is broken if it requires 100 SNMP polls a second
> to work.  It is way better to design a proper MIB for the job, cook
> the data on the agent, and move the results to the NMS as needed.
> 

I agree. Would prefer to see a MIB designed to handle such cases.

Carl


> >Regards.
> >- debasish.
> 
> Andy

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Carl W. Kalbfleisch
NTT/VERIO
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