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I-D ACTION:draft-barnes-midcom-mib-01.txt

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	Title		: Middlebox Communications (MIDCOM) Protocol Managed 
	Author(s)	: M. Barnes et al.
	Filename	: draft-barnes-midcom-mib-01.txt
	Pages		: 16
	Date		: 2003-7-1
This document describes and defines the managed objects for dynamic 
configuration of middleboxes. The scope of the middleboxes to which 
these managed objects apply is limited to NATs and Firewalls.  
However, the MIB module as defined by this document is intended to 
provide a baseline for the dynamic configuration of other types of 
middleboxes. The applicability of existing Management Information 
Base (MIB) modules to the MIDCOM requirements, framework and 
semantics is described. Additional managed objects are defined to 
satisfy the entirety of the MIDCOM requirements, framework and 
semantics, providing a complete MIDCOM MIB for NATs and Firewalls to 
fully realize the requirements of the MIDCOM protocol.

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