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MIB for Optical Equipments

Dear Sir/Madam,

Does anybody know if there exist some MIB (SNMP) to manage Optical equipments, like OADM or OXCs ? I could
find some references at ITU-T such as G.874.1 that talks about the information model, however, at IETF
site I was not able to get any MIB document referring to optical equipment management. I am referring to
element management.

I apologize you if this is not the correct forum to be asking for that.

Best Regards,

Lavoisier J.L.Farias
Network Management System Engineer
CPqD Telecom & IT Solutions 
E-mail: lfarias <at> cpqd.com.br                                
Fone: +55-19-3705-5758. 

Wijnen, Bert (Bert | 19 Dec 13:15 2002
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RE: MIB for Optical Equipments

Possibly this document
  draft-ietf-atommib-opticalmib-07.txt
addresses your need?

It is discussed in the ATOMMIB WG, for details on the WG 
see: http://www.ietf.org/html.charters/atommib-charter.html

Hope this helps
Bert 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lavoisier José Leite Farias [mailto:lfarias <at> cpqd.com.br]
> Sent: donderdag 19 december 2002 12:52
> To: ops-nm <at> ops.ietf.org
> Subject: MIB for Optical Equipments
> 
> 
> Dear Sir/Madam,
> 
> Does anybody know if there exist some MIB (SNMP) to manage 
> Optical equipments, like OADM or OXCs ? I could find some 
> references at ITU-T such as G.874.1 that talks about the 
> information model, however, at IETF site I was not able to 
> get any MIB document referring to optical equipment 
> management. I am referring to element management.
> 
> I apologize you if this is not the correct forum to be asking 
> for that.
> 
> Best Regards,
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Wijnen, Bert (Bert | 31 Dec 15:51 2002
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RE: Use Cases of Network Operation of LAP

OPS-NM members....

I have not see any comment/question or discussion on the below!

What does that mean:
 - we have not had time to read this?
 - nobody is interested?
 - silence means we agree that this is a good document and
   that it represents real scenarios as we see with Large
   Access Providers.
 - we're tired and we are not interested in reading?

Pls answer/comment if at all possible.

Thanks,
Bert 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chen, Weijing [mailto:wchen <at> tri.sbc.com]
> Sent: dinsdag 26 november 2002 22:46
> To: 'bwijnen <at> lucent.com'; Randy Bush
> Cc: 'ops-nm <at> ops.ietf.org'
> Subject: Use Cases of Network Operation of LAP
> 
> 
> Bert, Randy, and all,
> 
> We have just submitted the 01.txt of "Use Cases of Network 
> Operation of
> Large Access Providers".  URL is
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David Meyer | 31 Dec 18:34 2002
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Re: Use Cases of Network Operation of LAP


	Bert,

>> I have not see any comment/question or discussion on the below!
>> 
>> What does that mean:
>>  - we have not had time to read this?

	I had forgotten I had read this one.

>>  - nobody is interested?

	Its not that I'm not interested, however, I am struggling
	with the point of this document.

>>  - silence means we agree that this is a good document and
>>    that it represents real scenarios as we see with Large
>>    Access Providers.

	Nope. Not at all. Rather, I would say it looks like a M&P
	document that many providers have, but I don't see it as
	an IETF document.

>>  - we're tired and we are not interested in reading?

	Tired yes, not interested in reading, no :-)

>> Pls answer/comment if at all possible.

	Done.
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