a different view of SNMP
Alex P. Rudnev
alex at Relcom.EU.net
Mon Sep 6 10:36:48 UTC 1999
> > Or that you don't have to use that piece of crap called Configuration Mangler
> > to deal with the thing and then pay for upgrades to a version of configuration
> > software that doesn't leave the equipment in a bad state.
> That's what I meant -- there was a wide berth left open for something
There _WAS_. This berths is closed since embedded HTTP appeared.
> that would work (better) and very little stopping anyone from writing it
> (save for lack of a significant market, I suppose).
> Greg A. Woods
> +1 416 218-0098 VE3TCP <gwoods at acm.org> <robohack!woods>
> Planix, Inc. <woods at planix.com>; Secrets of the Weird <woods at weird.com>
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