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Re: Review of draft-ietf-snmpconf-bcp-07

At 07:23 AM 1/15/2003, you wrote:
>I have made extensive use of SNMP to configure routers; in
>fact, I've known it be the standard way of doing it once the
>initial IP/SNMP support is configured into the router.  This
>is in a high availability, high security environment, using
>vendor-provided tools and (of course) vendor proprietary

Are you using SNMPv3? How do you manage keys? 
How do you control which administrators can write which variables?
Could you please identify the router and vendor-provided tools?

>But I am talking Enterprise, not Operator, which is why I
>stayed quiet at Salt Lake City.

Whoever operates the network is what matters, not whether it is
a commercial service provider or within an enterprise.

>Tom Petch, Network Consultant