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John's SNMP Related Links Page

This is the start of a modest collection of references to SNMP related material. I first publically referred to this page in my short course Network Management with SNMP at the SANS 99 conference in Baltimore, May 1999. (For more information about SANS, see http://www.sans.org.)

Please let me know what I've missed. Currently, I've missed any sort of real descriptions on any of this. And a whole bunch of other stuff.

Software

Documentation

Talks
LISA-NT '99
I presented a short talk entitled System and Network Monitoring and Management With SNMP.
Information
Windows NT
I've collected some Windows NT-specific SNMP information.
Magazines
The Simple Times
The Simple Times is an openly-available publication devoted to the promotion of the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). http://www.simple-times.org
Mailing Lists and Newsgroups
comp.protocols.snmp
The FAQ is available in the newsgroup or at http://www.snmp.com/FAQs
SNMPv3 mailing list
Web Pages
SNMP Version 3 (SNMPv3) information
Juergen Schoenwaelder maintains a page of SNMPv3 information at Technical University Braunschweig http://www.ibr.cs.tu-bs.de/ietf/snmpv3/
SNMP Research SNMPv3 page
SNMP Research maintains an SNMPv3 references page
SNMP World
Not particularly to my taste, but it has a pile of pointers http://www.snmpworld.com
SNMP Link
Seems to have a lot of links to a lot of different SNMP-related things. http://www.SNMPLink.org/
RFCS
Pointers to relavant RFCs (for those interested in specifics).
MIBS
Pointers to various (vendors' and others') MIB collections.
MIB Central
Lots of stuff: http://www.mibcentral.com/ Is now: http://www.mibdepot.com/
The Somix Collection
A great collection of MIBS and MRTG config files is available here: http://www.somix.com/software/mibs/
The libsmi Collection
The libsmi project has a collection of IETF and IANA MIB Modules.

RMON

Articles
Scaling the Heights with RMON
An article by Peter Morrissey, Network Computing.





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