Re: Multicast in draft version 5 comments

Fred Baker <fred@cisco.com> Thu, 04 January 1996 19:41 UTC

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To: Keith McCloghrie <kzm@cisco.com>
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From: Fred Baker <fred@cisco.com>
Subject: Re: Multicast in draft version 5 comments
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At 8:42 PM 1/3/96, Keith McCloghrie wrote:
>Note that it is specified for usage when an instance is *created* via
>SNMP.  Thus, DEFVAL is only appropriate when the MAX-ACCESS clause is
>read-create.  For read-only/read-write objects, any mention of a default
>value should go in the DESCRIPTION clause.

the point being, if there is a RowStatus variable, the objects should be
read-create, not read-write. right?

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