scott at sberkman.net
Thu Aug 19 16:46:51 CDT 2010
Agreed. And it REALLY isn't that complicated. Go spend some time with
CORBA or TL-1 and then re-evaluate the learning curve.
SNMP is really very straight forward as a protocol. If a specific vendor's
MIB is difficult to understand or use, that is an entirely different matter.
From: Phil Regnauld [mailto:regnauld at nsrc.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2010 5:14 PM
To: Curtis Maurand
Cc: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: Monitoring Tools
Curtis Maurand (cmaurand) writes:
> > Oh, and it avoided us having to install an agent on 1000+ servers :)
> But the configuration learning curve for SNMP is very steep indeed.
Doing network monitoring and not understanding SNMP is like,
umm, well I fail to come up with an analogy, but you get my drift.
It's a bullet you'll have to bite at one point.
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