[Disman] RFC 3877 and IPv6

"Mark A. Flacy" <mflacy@verizon.net> Sat, 29 January 2011 22:19 UTC

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Subject: [Disman] RFC 3877 and IPv6
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Greetings,

In the version of RFC 3877 available at datatracker.ietf.org, I noticed  
that the alarmActiveVariableValueType does not include either  
InetAddressType or InetAddress in the enumeration which does not allow  
you to indicate an IPv6 address in the alarmActiveVariableTable.  The  
alarmActiveEngineAddress is expressed according to RFC 2851, so that is  
not a problem.


Will alarmActiveVariableValueType be extended to include  
InetAddressType and InetAddress (along with matching  
alarmActiveVariableInetAddressTypeVal and  
alarmActiveVariableInetAddressVal objects in AlarmActiveVariableEntry)?
Is there a recommended work-around?

Thank you!

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Mark A. Flacy