IPP Mail Archive: Re: SENSE> Re: IPP> Re: SNMPv3 unsuited for IPP/JMP Notifica

IPP Mail Archive: Re: SENSE> Re: IPP> Re: SNMPv3 unsuited for IPP/JMP Notifica

Re: SENSE> Re: IPP> Re: SNMPv3 unsuited for IPP/JMP Notifica

Harry Lewis (harryl@us.ibm.com)
Mon, 23 Mar 1998 14:15:11 -0500

I also agree... (its not realistic for a simple embedded device to mai=
ntain
notification info for hundreds of clients). But, this does not mean tha=
t the
embedded Device should never be able to handle notification to multiple=

clients. There may be more than one "notification server", or some smal=
ler
scale networks using peer-to-peer printing without a notification serve=
r.

Yes, the embedded device will ultimately limit the number of notificati=
on hosts
it can service, but (as I presented in Austin) I feel 16 - 32 is not
unreasonable for many "network printers".

Harry Lewis - IBM Printing Systems

owner-sense@pwg.org on 03/23/98 08:33:19 AM
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Subject: SENSE> Re: IPP> Re: SNMPv3 unsuited for IPP/JMP Notification

Turner, Randy wrote:

> I will reiterate my belief that I don't think its realistic for a sim=
ple
> embedded device to maintain notification info for hundreds of clients=