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RE: IETF 55 EOS WG Minutes and Presentation
I would love to see a number of Informational documents published about suggestions on how to utilize the data contained in existing standards-track mibs.
Juergen, do you know students who would like to tackle such a task? I think I can get my company to provide some low-cost support for such an effort.
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> From: Juergen Schoenwaelder [mailto:email@example.com]
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> Subject: Re: IETF 55 EOS WG Minutes and Presentation
> >>>>> Sharon Chisholm writes:
> Sharon> The Oops ID has some interesting features, but how much these
> Sharon> would get used in practice really depends on whether or not
> Sharon> managers perceive it helps them with 3). If they are not
> Sharon> convinced, then it's all for not.
> For the average polling engine, I guess new PDUs are rather useless.
> If this is what we are worry about, then SNMP is done and we should
> all let it rest in peace.
> If you write code that does some more intelligent operations (e.g.
> checking the consistency of the IP/VLAN configuration on a larger
> number of interconnected switches with many ports per switch, then the
> efficiency of what we have today really forces you to fetch config
> files or to script the CLI.
> Sure, making the protocol more efficient by putting some more
> intelligence into the agent does not change existing applications nor
> does it solve the problem that it is hard to find out what to do with
> the MIB data. (The later problem can probably be solved by giving
> students boxes to play with plus some support and you will be surprise
> how creative some of these young people are. ;-)
> Juergen Schoenwaelder