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RE: Goals for netconf - moving towards the charter description
Very good point but are we going to say that the scope of the XML conf
will cover such configuration? At the same time we seem to try to avoid
the telephone networks and possibly the wireless network equipment
By the way, I am all heartily welcome the power/env management objects
but I think they fall into fault configuration more than anything else?
I am not sure what kind of objects can be configured in physical
security or video recorders, don't they also fall into the security
provisioning and device management?
From: Eliot Lear [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, March 23, 2003 10:20 AM
To: Faye Ly
Cc: Andy Bierman; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Goals for netconf - moving towards the charter description
A piece of history. Some peope may remember the 1989 or 1990 Interop
meeting in which John Romkey and his partners demonstrated the Internet
Toaster. There are many types of services, and just to give a few
1. Power management systems
2. Physical security systems
3. Video Recorders of different types
4. Environmental control systems.
Many such systems use SNMP today (and they could continue to do so in
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