Written for network professionals who want to know how SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) really works, this book incorporates the latest version and provides hundreds of hands-on exercises from real world examples. The CD contains protocol analysis tools and complete files of data collected from working networks.
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SNMP Network Management. Here is today's most comprehensive guide to managing networks more effectively with the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). SNMP is a relatively simple, highly popular suite of protocols for managing TCP/IP, SNA, NetWare, and other complex networks. More practical and less technical than any other resource on the subject, this easy-to-follow reference shows you how SNMP works; how it helps manage networks; and the interworkings of each SNMP packet. You'll find clear insight into SNMP basics, inlcuding its TCP/IP related history, as well as useful details on how SNMP travels over various networks. Following the guidance in each of X.700's five areas of network management, you'll learn how to put SNMP into practice, including what to manage, how to set up management zones, and how to avoid the potholes common to managing complex networks. Even more, the book's extensive troubleshooting section enables you to quickly identify and fix problems on TCP/IP networks. SNMP Network Management provides you with: Complete coverage of SNMPv1, SNMPv2; An advance look at the latest version, SNMPv3; In-depth discussions of RMON (Remote Monitoring) and RMON2. The accompanying CD-ROM includes network management tools and complete files of RFC documentaiton.About the Author:
Paul Simoneau (Walkersville, MD) is CEO of NeuroLink, Ltd., an international consulting, research and education company and a principal of Libra Square, Ltd., an Internet marketing firm. In addition, Mr. Simoneau is a Senior Instructor and Course Director at American Research Group/Global Knowledge Network and an active consultant member of Interlink Network Consulting Group. He is also the author of Hands-On TCP/IP, published by McGraw-Hill.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0079130755
Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0079130755