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RE: snmpconf Bulk data transfer MIB?
the NMRG (Network Management Research Group) has published a
document on that, but I am not sure about its name now.
> From: Steve Jackowski[SMTP:stevej@DeterministicNetworks.com]
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> Hi Susan,
> snmpconf is not the right WG for this request as it is focused on policy
> management. In fact, I really can't think of a WG WG on file transfer.
> There are a number of drafts and 'experimental' RFCs about file
> distribution, and a few companies have focused on this, but I can't think
> many who have survived - Starburst Communications (www.starburstcom.com)
> large-scale multicast file transfer and had MIBs for management, but they
> were acquired and subsumed by Adero. Our new parent company uses
> but will be developing its own file management software now that
> products are unavailable.
> Sorry I couldn't be more help. Of course you could always define and
> register your own MIB, even if you're using and off-the-shelf file
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Susan Gray" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2000 12:43 PM
> Subject: snmpconf Bulk data transfer MIB?
> > Hi,
> > I need a protocol independent bulk data transfer MIB to use in
> > transferring large data files between SNMP-managed nodes. The
> > MIB would contain such information as the name, size and server
> > address of the file to be transferred, whether it is being
> > retrieved or transmitted, checksum information and possibly
> > encryption information. Does anyone know of a MIB that has
> > already been defined that fits this description?
> > If there is a more appropriate working group to post this to
> > please let me know that as well.
> > Thanks!
> > Susan Gray