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Title : Textual Conventions for SNMP Configuration
Author(s) : B. Moore, K. Chan
Filename : draft-moore-snmpconf-tcs-00.txt
Pages : 8
Date : 15-Nov-00
This document defines two textual conventions similar to the
RowPointer textual convention defined in RFC2579. These two textual
conventions indicate how the conceptual row to which an object points
is to be handled when the object is cloned to create an instance-
specific configuration. This cloning may involve the scripting-based
techniques defined under the SMNP Configuration umbrella, but it need
not: cloning can also be realized with ordinary SNMP Get and Set
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