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Re: snmpconf Re: TE-MIB readonly or read/write



Hi Jon,

> > If people choose not to use this capability or to administratively
> > prohibit it, that's fine; just like is done with SNMP sets today.
>
    The MIB could be created as Read-Write and the implementers of the snmp
agent could use the AGENT-CAPABILITIES to redefine it as Read-only , if they
do not want people to have R/W access to the MIB.

Thanks
Suresh
> > I'm inclined to agree.
> >
> > I don't do SNMP sets and believe that's the common practice
> > among operators today (as Randy mentioned), but can't see
> > a good architectural reason to deny this possiblity right
> > out of the gate and box ourselves in.
> >
> > If people choose not to use this capability or to administratively
> > prohibit it, that's fine; just like is done with SNMP sets today.
>