IPP> Re: NOT - List of Notification...[bad SNMP doc reference]

IPP> Re: NOT - List of Notification...[bad SNMP doc reference]

IPP> Re: NOT - List of Notification...[bad SNMP doc reference]

Ira Mcdonald imcdonal at sdsp.mc.xerox.com
Wed Oct 27 12:22:02 EDT 1999


Hi Tom,                                      Wednesday (27 October 1999)

First, you cited (below) my *withdrawn* IPP Server MIB.  The correct
reference for my proposal for adding complete (report, warning, and
error) SNMP traps for Printers/Jobs to the PWG Job Monitoring MIB is:

    <draft-ietf-ipp-not-over-snmp-00.txt>

Second, I disagree with your basic objective.  Except to settle on a
mandatory IPP Notification delivery method that uses the *existing*
HTTP/1.1 connection (from job submission time), every IPP Notification
delivery method amounts to a significant extension of the IPP Protocol
and is likely to be only poorly covered by all IPP implementations.
The search for the *one* right delivery method is fated to fail.

Cheers,
- Ira McDonald
  High North Inc

> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> From: "Hastings, Tom N" <hastings at cp10.es.xerox.com>
> To: ipp <ipp at pwg.org>
> Subject: IPP> NOT - List of Notification Delivery Method alternatives
> Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 22:23:13 -0700
> 
> Subj:     List of Notification Delivery Method alternatives
> From:     Tom Hastings
> Date:     10/26/99
> File:     IPP-Notifiication-delivery-methods.doc
> 
> This paper is an attempt to capture the list of various proposals for
> notification delivery methods (schemes) that have appeared in
> contributions and/or were mentioned in the brainstorming telecon on
> Wednesday, 10/20/99.  The intent is to use this as starting point at the
> IPP WG meeting, 10/27/99.  One of the principles of brainstorming is
> that we list all suggested alternatives.  If someone wants to change one
> of the proposals, we add the changed proposal as a new proposal.  After
> we complete the list we go through them all listing the PROs and CONs of
> each.  Often when such a process is finished, the winner emerges
> clearly.
> 
> [snip...]
> 
> 9.SNMP traps over UDP - Subscriptions are created as in the [ipp-not].
>   The SNMP traps for the Printer MIB and Job Monitoring MIB are used to
>   deliver the notification using SNMP.  See Ira's and my proposal:
>   <draft-ietf-ipp-server-mib-00.txt> (.pdf).
> 
> [snip...]
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------





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