Comparison of SNMP: Versions 1, 2 and 3

Contributed by Eddie Bibbs, Brandon Matt, and Xin Tang

During its development history, the communities of researchers, developers, implementers and users of the DARPA/DoD TCP/IP protocol suite have experimented with a wide range of protocols in a variety of different networking environments. The Internet has grown, especially in the last few years, as a result of the widespread availability of software and hardware supporting this system. The scaling of the size and scope of the Internet and increased use of its technology in commercial applications has underscored for researchers, developers and vendors the need for a common network management framework within which TCP/IP products can be made to work.

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