This is a discussion on Re: Moving from 126.96.36.199 -> 5.4.1 or 5.5 - SNMP ; On 20/03/2008, Tim Spires wrote: > Would you suggest that I port to the current 5.4 line or grab the 5.5 dev image? If you're looking for a relatively stable code base, then you'd be better off working with 5.4.x. ...
On 20/03/2008, Tim Spires
> Would you suggest that I port to the current 5.4 line or grab the 5.5 dev image?
If you're looking for a relatively stable code base, then you'd be better off
working with 5.4.x. It obviously difficult to predict future development,
but I suspect that the current MAIN trunk may well see significant
changes before 5.5 is released.
> Also before I do this port and move to IPV6 I have to resolve our current problems
> with RMON alarms and events MIB.
Do you mean RMON alarms/events, or DisMan alarms/events?
I've got no experience with the RMON implementation.
But as I understand it, the DisMan Event MIB is basically a
more flexible re-working of the earlier RMON functionality.
> I saw a post a while back that indicated one could only monitor oids registered
> with the old API. This is what I determined as well.
As far as the DisMan Event MIB is concerned, the API used to implement
a given MIB should make absolutely no difference to internal monitoring.
There may be issues relating to monitoring remote agents (and possibly
information provided by subagents). But I can't see how old API vs new
API registrations could make any difference whatsoever.
> I see some posts about a new alarm table implementation but not sure if
> this is the correct path to follow.
If you are talking about the new DisMan Event MIB re-write, then this
is definitely the way forward. This has superseded the original code.
If you are talking about the RMON Alarm table, then pass.
> Do you know if 5.4 or the dev 5.5 intends to address the RMON
> alarms / events area?
Not as far as I know.
My belief is that the DisMan work has taken over from the similar
RMON tables. But I could easily be wrong.
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