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The absence of SNMP agents (or the deployment of only SNMPv1) on these devices contributes to making them difficult to manage [inTeam LiB ] an integrated, vendor-independent, and centralized fashion. In order to manage enterprise networks as seen in Figure 1-2, it is necessary to learn all of the deployed technologies as well as their proprietary management systems. This is an increasingly tall order. In many organizations, the management facilities consist of simple scripts to configure and monitor devices.

Since this book is about network management rather than system management, we do not consider this area any further. However, before moving on, we should say that there are no major reasons why SNMP technology should not be used for managing such systems. Manageability For a number of reasons, not all NEs lend themselves to flexible, integrated, centralized management. This tends to add to the cost of ownership and arises for a range of reasons: The NE is a legacy device with proprietary management infrastructure.

The important area of software license checking can also be handled remotely to verify that the number of end users who have installed software packages does not exceed the license limit. These various uses of enterprise facilities clearly illustrate the power of the underlying network. Following are some general features of enterprise networks: • Table of Contents • Index They incorporate a and wide range of multivendor devices, such as Network Management, MIBs MPLS: Principles, Design and Implementation routers, switches, exchanges, PCs, servers, printers, terminal servers, digital cross-connects, multiplexers, ByStephen B.

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