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Network management of TCP/IP networks: present and future

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3 Author(s)
Ben-Artzi, A. ; SynOptics Commun., Mountain View, CA, USA ; Chandna, A. ; Warrier, U.

Recent network management activities in the TCP/IP community have focused on standardizing two network management protocols-Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and Common Management Information Services and Protocol Over TCP/IP (CMOT)-that provide for the exchange of management information. The current SNMP and CMOT approaches to TCP/IP network management are compared from several different perspectives; comparisons are based on both theory and knowledge gained from actual implementation experiences. The current level of user and vendor acceptance for these two protocols is examined and explained, and ongoing standardization efforts are summarized. Relevant ongoing work is summarized, and trends over the next few years are discussed.<>

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Network, IEEE  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 4 )