Printer MIB charter

Printer MIB charter

Printer MIB charter

Chris Wellens chrisw at iwl.com
Thu Oct 31 16:39:23 EST 1996


On 30 Oct 1996, Lloyd Young wrote:


> Chris,
> At today's conference call, everyone thought the updated charter
> was acceptable. Could you please send this to Deidre? 


Done.


> The group 
> would like to be re-activated by the December IETF meeting if at 
> all possible.


Hopefully they will still have some time slots available to
schedule a meeting.


> Thanks,
> Lloyd
> ================================================================
> Printer MIB (printmib)
> ----------------------
>  
>  Charter 
>  
>  Current status: concluded working group
>  
>  Chair(s):
>      Chris Wellens <chrisw at iwl.com>
>      Lloyd Young <lpyoung at lexmark.com>
>  
>  Network Management Area Director(s): 
>      Deirdre Kostick  <kostick at qsun.att.com>
>  
>  Area Advisor
>      Chris Wellens <chrisw at iwl.com>
>  
>  Mailing lists: 
>      General Discussion:pwg at pwg.org
>      To Subscribe:      majordomo at pwg.org
>      Archive:           ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/snmpmib
>  
> Description of Working Group:
>  
> The Printer MIB Working Group is chartered to develop a set of managed
> objects for networked printers. These objects will be the minimum
> necessary to provide the ability to monitor and control these systems,
> providing fault, configuration and performance management, and will be
> consistent with the SNMP framework and existing SNMP standards.
> 
> At its discretion, the working group may also define a small number of
> unsolicited notifications (traps) which carry these managed objects.
> However, the working group recognizes that traps are used sparingly in
> the SNMP framework.
> 
> The working group recognizes that the area of networked printers is
> quite diverse. However, the working group is specifically confined to
> defining managed objects that instrument critical information about:
> 
> - printer engine
> 
> - interpreters
> 
> - media
> 
> - input sources
> 
> - output destinations
> 
> - I/O interfaces
> 
> Further, the working group is specifically prohibited from defining
> managed objects that define instrumentation about:
> 
> - other marking technologies (e.g., those that mark onto film)
> 
> - fonts
> 
> - spooling
> 
> - print job management
>  
>  Goals and Milestones: 
>  
>      Nov 96     Post first Internet-Draft; continue discussion.                
> 
>      Feb 97     Post revised Internet-Draft.                                   
> 
>      Apr 97     Meet at Memphis IETF to make final review of MIB.              
> 
>      May 97     Submit final Internet-Draft to IESG for consideration as a 
>                 Draft Standard.                                             
> 
> 
>  Internet-Drafts:
> 
>   No Current Internet-Drafts.
> 
>  Request For Comments:
> 
>   RFC  Stat Published    Title 
> ------- -- ---------- -----------------------------------------
> RFC1759 PS   Mar 95     Printer MIB                                            
> ========================================================================
> 
> Lloyd Young                       Phone: (606) 232-5150
> Lexmark International Inc.        Fax: (606) 232-6740
> 740 New Circle Road NW            internet: lpyoung at lexmark.com
> Lexington, KY 40511
> 



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