J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
SNMP training course contents
What is network management? Benefits, issues.
What is SNMP?
SNMP architecture, SNMP MIBs, SMI, the SNMP protocol, polling security, alternatives to SNMP: CMIP, web based management.
Auto discovery for management stations, NMS configuration, agent configuration, traps.
Hands on: Configuring agents and an NMS.
SNMP history, RFCs, standards, SNMP protocol versions, SNMPv1, SNMPv2, SNMPv3, SNMP SMI versions, which version should you use? Futures.
SNMP in the 7 layer model, port numbers, general packet format, BER, GET, GET-NEXT, tables, SET, TRAP, bandwidth issues, in band versus out of band management.
Hands on: Analysing SNMPv1 packets.
SNMPv2 improvements, error handling, GET-BULK, v2traps, INFORM.
Hands on: Analysing SNMPv2 packets.
SNMPv3 packet format, use of SNMPv2 messages, REPORT PDU.
The internet MIB branch, standard mib-2, extra parts of mib-2, private enterprise MIBs, loading extra MIBs.
Hands on: MIB browsing.
The mib-2 groups, system group, interfaces group, IP group, ICMP group, TCP group, UDP group, transmission group, SNMP group, RMON.
Hands on: mib-2 browsing in detail.
The MIB layout, obtaining a private enterprise number, MIB definitions, IMPORT, Module identity, Textual conventions, object definitions, notifications, compliance statements, object groups, base SMI data types, application data types, scalars, instances, tables, table definition, writing agents, SMIng.
Community strings, SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c security practices, SNMPv3 security, SNMPv3 architecture, SNMP applications, the SNMP engine, the EngineID, security fields in SNMPv3 packets, USM, authentication, encryption, timeliness, VBAC, SNMPv3 configuration
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We write our own courses; courseware does not just consist of slides and our slides are diagrams not bullet point text. A typical chapter provides clearly defined objectives with a chapter overview, slides with text underneath, a quiz at the end to check the learning of the students. Hands on exercises are at the end and are used to reinforce the theory.