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Shows network professionals how to design, define, write and update useful SNMP Management Information Bases (MIBs) that support standards-based network management. Introduces SNMP MIBs, documents that contain definitions of management information which allow systems to be remotely monitored, configured and controlled. Presents a model of an SNMP-based management network and defines the SNMP management framework. Walks through the construction of MIBs, including name space organization, MIB naming, maintenance, object semantics and object style, and othe topics. Presents advanced techniques, including tables within tables, multi-table relationships and linked lists. Shows how to analyze standard MIBs. Discusses front-end and back-end MIB compilers, including SMIC, NetView/6000 SunNet Manager and HP OpenView. Includes a guide to MIB developer's resources. Anyone involved in building systems that must be compliant with the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), the leading international standard for network management.
Douglas Mauro, Kevin Schmidt
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) provides a "simple" set of operations that allows you to more easily monitor and manage network devices like routers, switches, servers, printers, and more. The information you can monitor with SNMP is wide-ranging--from standard items, like the amount of traffic flowing into an interface, to far more esoteric items, like the air temperature inside a router. In spite of its name, though, SNMP is not especially simple to learn. O'Reilly has answered the call for help with a practical introduction that shows how to install, configure, and manage SNMP. Written for network and system administrators, the book introduces the basics of SNMP and then offers a technical background on how to use it effectively. Essential SNMP explores both commercial and open source packages, and elements like OIDs, MIBs, community strings, and traps are covered in depth. The book contains five new chapters and various updates throughout. Other new topics include: Expanded coverage of SNMPv1, SNMPv2, and SNMPv3 Expanded coverage of SNMPc The concepts behind network management and change management RRDTool and Cricket The use of scripts for a variety of tasks How Java can be used to create SNMP applications Net-SNMP's Perl module The bulk of the book is devoted to discussing, with real examples, how to use SNMP for system and network administration tasks. Administrators will come away with ideas for writing scripts to help them manage their networks, create managed objects, and extend the operation of SNMP agents. Once demystified, SNMP is much more accessible. If you're looking for a way to more easily manage your network, look no further than Essential SNMP, 2nd Edition.
SNMP, SNMPv2, SNMPv3 and RMON 1 and 2 provides information on these important network management protocols. Simple Network Management Protocol version 3 (SNMPv3) is an important milestone in the networking industry, as it offers extremely important security features. Aside from very tearse and technical documentation, no information has been available on SNMPv3 -- until now. William Stallings is well-known in the industry for his writing on network protocols and for his mastery at communicating Standards-type documentation in an intelligent and very readable style. Here he updates his classic book on SNMP and RMON, the Remote Network Monitoring management utility, including all of the new security components of SNMPv3.Every major company uses SNMP as it is the most widely-deployed network management standard for TCP/IP. SNMPv1, even as it shows signs of age, is still the network management protocol of choice; SNMPv2 never gained control of the market as it lacks satisfactory security components. Recently,issued as a set of Internet Standards, SNMPv3, meeting customer demand for stronger security features, is destined to gain widespread use very rapidly, becoming the new dominant network management protocol.