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Background: Know: Recognize:


Numbers refer to the RFC that defines the MIB; access RFC #### through the URL http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc####.txt

Layer Protocols
Application

Network management:

  • syslog(!)


NTP 5907

DNS:


WWW 2594 WWW server applicability 2039

SIP 4780

RTP 2959

Notably absent: SMTP

Generic:

  • Applications 2564
  • System-Level Managed Objects for Applications 2287
Transport

TCP 4022

TCP statistics 4898

UDP 4113

Network

Mobile IPv6 4295

IP/ICMP 4293

IP forwarding table 4292

Routing protocols:

  • OSPF 4750, 5643
  • IS-IS 4444
  • BGP-4 4273
  • BGP implementation 4275
  • RIP 1724
  • OSPFv2 4750
  • PIM 5060


NAT 4008

DHCP

MPLS:

  • overview 4221
  • framework 5950
  • requirements 5951
  • LDP 3815
  • LSR 3813
  • TE 3812
  • GMPLS
    • LSR 4803
    • TE 4802


ATM 2515 (supplemented by 3606)

diffserv 3289 + 3290 (model)

intserv 2213

RSVP 2206

Link

ADSL2 4706

ADSL 2662

EPON 4837

WiFi?


Address Resolution / Address Translation - in interfaces MIB?

Control and Provisioning of Wireless Access Points 5833, 5415


Ethernet: 4188, 4318, 4363

  • OAM 4878
  • interface 3635
  • power 3621
  • chips 2666


Bridge MIB [RFC 4663 hands this from IETF to IEEE]

None

Entity

  • Entity MIB 4133</li></li></li>
  • State 4268</li></li></li>
  • Sensors 3433</li>

    Interfaces 2863

    Physical Topology 2922

    Ping, traceroute, lookup (using DNS) 4560

    Particular devices:


        • Printer 3815

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  • Modem 1696</li></li></li>
  • UPS 1628</li>

    Energy Management Working Group (work in progress in 2012)

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  • Humour Drip-Type Heated Beverage Hardware :-) 2325