On 18/07/07, Ansa Ahammed wrote:
> * What is the speciality of MIB Objects with read-create ACCESS.
> Is these objects are writable.


Such objects are always elements of a table.
The significant factor here is that you can (at least potentially)
create a new row in the table, and specify values for these
particular objects.
It may or may not be possible to change these values
once the row has been created - the DESCRIPTION should
specify if subsequent writes are prohibited.


By contrast, a instance of a "read-write" object can (potentially)
be written to once it exists, but you can't provide a value as part
of creating a new row.

Dave

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