SNMP, SNMPv2, SNMPv3, and RMON 1 and 2
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.
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application clause columnar objects conceptual row configuration contains control table count data table datagrams defined definition deletion destination device entry error Ethernet event example Figure filter function GetNextRequest GetRequest GetResponse host ICMP implementation includes INDEX objects instance identifier INTEGER interfaces group Internet IP address issued lexicographical ordering load MAC address macro managed objects management information management information base MAX-ACCESS MIB objects MIB view MIB-II network management station network management system network monitoring network-layer node number of packets object identifier object instance OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX OCTET STRING OSI systems parameters polling probe protocol data unit provides proxy read-only read-write request response response PDU retrieve RMON RMON2 route router S,MP sampling SEQUENCE set operation SNMP entity SNMPv2 Sounter Sounter Sounter specific standard statistics subidentifier subnetwork TCP/IP tion token ring Total number traffic transmitted trap Txcellent variable variablebindings vendors