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Re: relationship of snmpconf to midcom?



> I should be rather surprised if there was any relationship at all.  From 
> reading Elliot's notes, Midcom is about defining architecture (and maybe 
> even protocols) which get in the middle of the users data streams.  The 
> most obvious example is web caches and proxies.  I believe that they also 
> include NATs and Applications gateways in the problem space.  None of this 
> has anything to do with SNMP or SNMP for Configuration.
> Yours,
> Joel M. Halpern
> 

Where configuration takes place (and most things have some basic
configuration) they should be specified using a common standard unless
there is some compelling reason not to do so.

/jon
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