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  1. What is SNMP and how can i use it

    What is SNMP and how can i use it

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  2. Re: What is SNMP and how can i use it

    In article <6b62f670-bc4c-474b-9a98-9c630d36d21a@j33g2000pri.googlegroups.com>,
    raashid bhatt wrote:
    >What is SNMP and how can i use it


    Snmp is one of the olfactory neurol proteins of the silk moth,
    "sensory neuron membrane protein" spelled out. It is highly
    sensitive to silk moth sex pheromones. Use of this protein is beyond
    the scope of a networking newsgroup, and might best be discussed
    in a biology newsgroup or a chemical engineering newsgroup. For more
    information on Snmp, see


    http://www.jbc.org/cgi/content/abstract/272/23/14792

    "Snmp-1, a Novel Membrane Protein of Olfactory Neurons of the Silk Moth
    Antheraea polyphemus with Homology to the CD36 Family of Membrane
    Proteins"


  3. Re: What is SNMP and how can i use it

    That's a pretty huge question, and there aren't a lot of people out
    there that know a whole lot about snmp. Simple Network Management
    Protocol, allegedly, although the Simple part is a bit of a farce if
    you ask me.

    Your best bet would be to subscribe to comp.protocols.snmp and start
    quietly reading. Look up other sources on google, too.. It takes
    awhile to understand what it's all about. Once you know what you
    really, specifically want to do, then post your question.

    Hope this helps.

    -Damon Getsman
    ITrx

  4. Re: What is SNMP and how can i use it

    In article <47e6b1ef-7de5-4f1e-ab9c-95b70d9cad37@d1g2000hsg.googlegroups.com>,
    Damon Getsman wrote:
    >That's a pretty huge question, and there aren't a lot of people out
    >there that know a whole lot about snmp. Simple Network Management
    >Protocol, allegedly, although the Simple part is a bit of a farce if
    >you ask me.


    What is is about the 'Protocol' that you have issues with?

    --
    -- Rod --
    rodd(at)polylogics(dot)com

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