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- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: OpenBSD/SNMP?
- From: Szechuan Death <sdeath_(_at_)_att_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 15:51:43 -0900
A couple of questions relating to SNMP on OpenBSD:
a) Are there any plans to make the OpenBSD sysctl MIB interface
readable/writable via SNMP? (ex. via the net-snmp agent?) Is there
any widespread interest in such a thing, other than my personal
interest? Has this already been done, to spare myself the agony
of reinventing the wheel?
b) The OpenBSD Project does not have an IANA enterprise number, as
far as I was able to determine. As they are free, I have taken the
liberty of applying for one, and will freely release it to whomsoever
sits on the core team that is interested in it (assuming that IANA
grants it and that anyone is interested in taking it). If noone wants
it, then I'll hold it until someone does. Is there someone I could
palm it off on, once it has been assigned?
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