[dhcwg] dhc-server-mib status

Todd Kover <kovert@omniscient.com> Sat, 07 August 2004 13:31 UTC

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my apologies if this is covered in the archive; I searched but hadn't
seen any conversation on the mib since march 2004.

I asked in Dec 2003 about an alternate OID until IANA assigned one
(responding to a query about the same earlier that year) to use for the
dhcp-server-mib until an official one was assigned and it sounded like
the release to rfc was imminent.  A new internet draft came out on feb
11, 2004 (-10) and it looks like its six months is about to expire.

Where do things stand with the mib becoming an rfc?


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