FDDI MIB variables to get

David Waitzman <djw@bbn.com> Tue, 30 November 1993 20:38 UTC

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To: fddi-mib@cs.utk.edu
Subject: FDDI MIB variables to get
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 93 15:20:49 -0500
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From: David Waitzman <djw@bbn.com>

I am looking for some suggestions as to which FDDI MIB (RFC-1285)
variables make sense to GET to obtain a picture of the health of the
entire ring.  I want to be able to map the variables' values into
standard Red/Yellow/Green colors for coloring a network map.

Unfortunately, RFC-1285 and the ANSI FDDI document do not explain
enough to make this easy.

Any suggestions?

thanks,
-david  [David Waitzman  (617)873-4323   djw@bbn.com]