PMP Mail Archive: PMP> RE: Print MIB 09

PMP Mail Archive: PMP> RE: Print MIB 09

PMP> RE: Print MIB 09

From: Bergman, Ron (
Date: Tue Nov 13 2001 - 18:52:35 EST

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    David and Bert,
    Looks like we just have one issue still partially open.
    The WG has already discussed the addition of text to explain why
    prtAlertIndex is broken. In fact is is presently being drafted. We are
    still not sure if this object must be "not-accessible" or can we change to
    "read-only". Since with many compilers the MIB must be modified to
    "read-only", the WG prefers to change the MAX-ACCESS clause. The addition
    of a new group and conformance statements, in this case, is agreed.
    Also, I have not seen any feedback on our resposes to the Finisher MIB. Did
    you receive the email last Friday?

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Harrington, David []
    Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2001 3:06 PM
    To: 'Wijnen, Bert (Bert)'; Bergman, Ron
    Cc: Harry Lewis (E-mail); Ray Casterline (E-mail); ''; Patrik
    Faltstrom; Ned Freed; Juergen Schoenwaelder; Ira McDonald (E-mail)
    Subject: RE: Print MIB 09


    > > > The fourth issue is more complicated but we have decided
    > to change
    > > > this object to read-only so that users do not have to edit the MIB
    > I think I am willing to buy your justification that you
    > have many interoperable implementations based on 1759,
    > and so I would leave it as it is in 1759.
    > As I said... it depends on how much push back we get on IETF
    > Last Call.

    I recommend explaining the justification for keeping it "broken" in the
    comments in the document, so the reasoning is readily apparent during the
    IETF Last Call. You might also want to mention that the AD and his reviewers
    recommended this approach.

    > > >
    > > Dave, maybe you are confused with the label ...V1Alert.
    > > I think what they are doing is make sure that the one-but-last subID
    > > of the notification OID is zero. That looks fine to me.



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