[WIMS] Network Management Elements

[WIMS] Network Management Elements

[WIMS] Network Management Elements

Richard Landau landau at ricksoft.com
Mon Jan 16 20:49:24 UTC 2012


Bill, if you're looking for lists of properties that are
involved in management of network interfaces, the DMTF profiles
can help.  They are a bit over-general and over-complex, but
they do list all the management properties that one could want.
They might help fill out the possible property lists for
discussion.  

 

You can get public copies of the profile documents here: 

http://www.dmtf.org/standards/profiles

(PWG is an alliance partner of DMTF, and thus may see
development versions as well, should that be necessary.)  

 

The ones that might be interesting are

- DSP1014, Ethernet Port Profile, latest version is 1.0.1

- DSP1035, Host LAN Network Port Profile, latest v1.0.2

- DSP1036, IP Interface Profile, latest v1.1.0

 

They are long and contain much information that is not needed
for a flat list of properties.  Hint: skip up to sections 9 and
10, where there are descriptions of use cases, example
implementations, and tables listing the exact mandatory and
optional properties.  

 

Hope some of it will be useful.  

 

rick

 

From: wims-bounces at pwg.org [mailto:wims-bounces at pwg.org] On
Behalf Of William Wagner
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2012 13:07
To: wims at pwg.org; pmp at pwg.org
Subject: [WIMS] Network Managment Elements

 

Hello All,

 

I have posted a flattened list of network management elements
that happen to be on my printer web page, as a starting point
for consideration of CWMP (and other) access to
seeing/management these elements.

ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wims/white/Management_elements-2012011
6.pdf (and /docx)

 

These are offered as only a starting point for consideration.
Please add more as you can, and these we can consider what
should be included.

Thanks,

Bill W.


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