Re: X.25 SNMP Questions

Scott Marcus <smarcus@bbn.com> Wed, 10 March 1993 22:55 UTC

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From: Scott Marcus <smarcus@bbn.com>
Subject: Re: X.25 SNMP Questions
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>- Does anybody know of a commercially available NMS that supports SNMP via
>X.25 transport ?
...

Don -

I believe that the simple solution is to run the SNMP over UDP/IP over
X.25, even if you are not otherwise using TCP/IP.  This is then trivial
to support from any SNMP-capable NMS.

This rubs some folks the wrong way, but it is really the simplest and
most logical approach, IMHO.

-- Scott Marcus

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