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I-D ACTION:draft-sibley-dist-vect-monit-protocol-00.txt

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	Title		: Distance Vectored Monitoring Protocol
	Author(s)	: M. Sibley
	Filename	: draft-sibley-dist-vect-monit-protocol-00.txt
	Pages		: 10
	Date		: 12-Jun-02
Distance Vectored Monitoring Protocol (DVMP) is a inter-device 
communications protocol that merges the intelligence of routing 
protocol design with the ability to notify network management 
personnel of troubles experienced on managed devices. DVMP is 
intended to suppliment or replace conventional SNMP based 
monitoring systems in small to medium sized autonomous networks, 
require minimal planning, configuration overhead or supplimental
equipment, and be familiar in configuration and operation to 
network administrators.

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