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Attributes SNMP RMON
Meaning The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), which is located in application layer, is part of the Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) network architecture Remote Monitoring (RMON) is a standard monitoring specification that enables various network monitors and console systems to exchange network monitoring data
Information Model SMI Management Information Base (MIB)
Function SNMP is responsible for exchanging data between network devices RMON provides standard information that a network administrator can use to monitor, analyze, and troubleshoot a group of distributed LANs
Protocol GET, SET, TRAP protocolDir, protocolDist, addressMap, nlHost, nlMatrix, alHost, alMatrix, userHistory, probeConfig
Services Internet Management, SNMP uses UDP datagrams MIB module for SNMP that describes objects that permit advanced network management capabilities
Complexity SNMP only employs the operation attributes and the notifications Complex nature of the available functions in the RMON MIB modules
Organization IETF IETF
Supporting operations SNMP only supports 5 operations RMON1 MIB consists of ten groups, and RMON2 MIB adds ten more groups
Security SNMP uses a community name, which is not even encrypted, SNMP uses polling Offer security features like antivirus and backup solutions
Access In terms of data access, SNMP retrieves individual items of information also SNMP Perform analysis and collect statistical information on the data collected on a subnet, freeing the managing station from this task
Uses SNMP used in Local Area Networks (LANs), SNMP is widely used because of its simplicity To monitor and troubleshoot LANs
Year 1998(ver.3) 1993 (RFC 1513), 1995 (RFC 1757), 1997 (RFC 2021)
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Attributes SNMP RMON
Meaning The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), which is located in application layer, is part of the Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) network architecture Remote Monitoring (RMON) is a standard monitoring specification that enables various network monitors and console systems to exchange network monitoring data
Information Model SMI Management Information Base (MIB)
Function SNMP is responsible for exchanging data between network,devices RMON provides standard information that a network,administrator can use to monitor, analyze, and troubleshoot a group of,distributed LANs
Protocol GET, SET, TRAP protocolDir , protocolDist, addressMap, nlHost, nlMatrix,,alHost, alMatrix, userHistory, probeConfig
Services Internet Management, SNMP uses UDP datagrams MIB module for SNMP that describes objects that permit,advanced network management capabilities
Complexity SNMP only employs the operation attributes and the,notifications Complex nature of the available functions in the RMON MIB,modules
Organization IETF IETF
Supporting operations SNMP only supports 5 operations,Getrequest, Setrequest,Trap,Response, Getnextrequest RMON1 MIB consists of ten groups, and RMON2 MIB adds ten more,groups
Security SNMP uses a community name, which is not even encrypted, SNMP,uses polling Offer security features like antivirus and backup solutions
Access In terms of data access, SNMP retrieves individual items of,information also SNMP Perform analysis and collect statistical information on the,data collected on a subnet, freeing the managing station from this task
Uses SNMP used in Local Area Networks (LANs), SNMP is widely used,because of its simplicity To monitor and troubleshoot LANs
Year 1998(ver.3) 1993 (RFC 1513), 1995 (RFC 1757), 1997 (RFC 2021)
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