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Exposing MIB Data to a web-based interface

Posted: 03 Apr 2000     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:web-based interface. MIB data  SNMP MIB inheritance library 

Exposing MIB Data to a web-based interface Although the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and Web-based management (WBM) are vastly different management paradigms, an SNMP MIB inheritance library, along with a backplane-based architecture, allows them to be combined in such a way that the advantages native to each methodology can be fully exploited. Furthermore, if a product is designed thoughtfully, using a backplane, SNMP code can be leveraged across multiple management paradigms for comprehensive access and control capabilities. In addition to WBM, for example, management via Java applications/applets, JavaScript, XML, and command line interfaces (CLI) can be quickly and easily achieved. Lastly, and most importantly, with a backplane-based architecture in place, no new development effort for a given device is required. Developers can fully leverage hundreds, and potentially thousands, of hours of pre-existing work. This expedites product time-to-market and provides the ability to safely migrate to next-generation network management protocols. View the PDF document for more information.

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