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  • ISBN: 9780132646079
  • ISBN10: 0132646072

SNMP++: An Object-Oriented Approach to Developing Network Management Applications (Bk/CD-ROM)

by Mellquist, Peter E.
Hewlett-Packard Professional Books

  • List Price: $71.00
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Edition: 1
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
  • Publish date: 09/18/1997
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List of Tables. List of Figures. List of Examples. Preface. I: AN INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND SNMP++. 1. Systems and Network Management. Management of Systems and Networks. Architecture of Management. Goals of Management. Keeping Networks Running. Maintaining Network Performance. Reducing the Cost of Ownership. Management Standards and Protocols. Networking Standards Organizations. Standardized Management Protocols. Areas of Network Management. Fault Management. Accounting Management. Configuration Management. Performance Management. Security Management. 2. Introduction to the Simple Network Management Protocol. Brief History of SNMP. The SNMP Agent. Agent SNMP Protocol Engine. Management Information Base. Instrumentation Layer. The SNMP Manager. Management Platform. Stand-Alone Management Applications. SNMP Data Representation. Protocol Data Units. Variable Bindings. Object Identifiers. Structure of Management Information (SMI) Types. Protocol Interactions. Request/Response Interactions. Notifications. SNMP Version 1. SNMP Version 2. 3. Object-Oriented Programming. Object Orientation. Problems Addressed by Object Orientation. Objects and Classes. Abstraction. Encapsulation. Inheritance. Polymorphism. Why Object Orientation Works. Object-Oriented Analysis and Design. Object Modeling Technique (OMT). OMT Object Model. OMT Dynamic Model. OMT Functional Model. C++. A Better C. Data Abstraction and Encapsulation. Operator Overloading. 4. Introduction to SNMP++. History of SNMP++. WinSNMP++. Hewlett-Packard SNMP++. SNMP++ Open Specification. Motivation. Too Many APIs. Lack of Object Orientation. Lack of Simplicity. Too Expensive to Develop Multiplatform Applications. There Has to Be a Better Way! Objectives of SNMP++. Ease of Use and SNMP++. Programming Safety and SNMP++. Portability and SNMP++. Extensibility and SNMP++. SNMP++ Features. Full Set of C++ Based SNMP Classes. Automatic SNMP Memory Management. Ease of Use. Power and Flexibility. Portable Objects. Automatic Time-Out and Retries. Blocked Mode Requests. Non-Blocking Asynchronous Mode Requests. Notifications, Trap Reception, and Sending. Support for SNMP Versions 1 and 2 Through a Bilingual API. SNMP Get, Get-Next, Get-Bulk, Set, Inform, and Trap Supported. Redefinition Through Inheritance. A Simple SNMP++ Example. Explanation of Introductory Example. II: THE SNMP++ FRAMEWORK. 5. The Operational Model. The SNMP++ Framework. SNMP Syntax Classes. The Session Model. Working with SNMP Targets. SNMP Community-Based Targets. Asynchronous and Blocking Modes of Operation. 6. The SnmpSyntax Classes. The Object Identifier Class. Oid Class Examples. The Octet String Class. Special Features. OctetStr Class Examples. Working with ASCII and Non-ASCII OctetStr Objects. The Counter32 Class. Counter32 Class Examples. The Counter64 Class. The Gauge32 Class. Gauge32 Class Examples. The TimeTicks Class. Special Features. The Network Address Classes. Using the Network Address Classes. Network Address Base Class. Address Classes Constructors. IpAddress Class Special Features. GenAddress Class. Address Class Validation. UdpAddresses and IpxSockAddresses. Valid Address Formats. Address Class Examples. 7.
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