SunNet Manager (SNM) is the primary network management system for Sun Microsystems. It is used to monitor and improve performance in multiprotocol networks. This text covers all aspects of working with SNM including installation, start-up, customizing SNM, and a guide to advanced features. An accompanying disk includes all the book's source code for use with UNIX and Solaris.
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Keep Your Network At The Leading Edge! Want to keep up with the bundling of Sun Microsystems' SunNet Manager with its new Solstice package? Here's everything you need to know about how to install, start up, operate, and customize Sun Net Manager for your current network environment. You'll learn how to develop the best modeling techniques for your network situation, as well as gain insights into other network management-related factors associated with the bundled solstice. Valuable tips on gathering data help you troubleshoot and manage your network more effectively. You'll also gain a practical understanding of the RPC protocol and underlying mechanisms of SunNet Manager. Rely on this source for the best advice on how to: Use the Discover Tool to build the management database; Request networking information with SunNet Manager View network data with Browser and Grapher; Configure and manage SNMP devices; Use Cooperative Consoles Manager. Source code is provided on the accompanying disk, which also contains a sample SNMP agent that can be ported to other platforms that are not directly manageable by Sun agents. This agent is especially useful in hybrid environments-such as Sun and RS/6000-where it is difficult to use a single network management package to manage diverse platforms.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill (Tx), 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 79129870