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Common Management Information Services and Protocol over TCP/IP (CMOT) (RFC1095)

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000001904D
Original Publication Date: 1989-Apr-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2000-Sep-12

Publishing Venue

Internet Society Requests For Comment (RFCs)

Related People

U.S. Warrier: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

management information defined in the Internet-standard SMI and MIB map into CMIP. The second part of this memo is divided into sections for each of the protocols for which implementors' agreements are needed: CMISE, ACSE, ROSE, and the lightweight presentation protocol. The protocol profile defined in this part draws on the technical work of the OSI Network Management Forum [14] and the Network Management Special Interest Group (NMSIG) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (formerly the National Bureau of Standards). Wherever possible, an attempt has been made to remain consistent with the protocol agreements reached by these groups.

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Network Working Group U. Warrier

Request for Comments: 1095 Unisys Corporation

L. Besaw

Hewlett-Packard

April 1989

The Common Management Information Services and Protocol over TCP/IP

(CMOT)

Table of Contents

1. Status of this Memo ............................................ 3

2. Introduction ................................................... 4

Part I: Concepts and Models ....................................... 7

3. The OSI Management Framework ................................... 7

3.1. Architectural Overview ....................................... 7

3.2. Management Models ............................................ 8

3.2.1. The Organizational Model ................................... 8

3.2.2. The Functional Model ....................................... 8

3.2.3. The Information Model ...................................... 9

3.3. ISO Application Protocols .................................... 9

3.3.1. ACSE ....................................................... 10

3.3.2. ROSE ....................................................... 10

3.3.3. CMISE ...................................................... 10

3.3.3.1. Management Association Services .......................... 11

3.3.3.2. Management Notification Services ......................... 12

3.3.3.3. Management Operation Services ............................ 12

4. The CMOT Architecture .......................................... 13

4.1. Management Models ............................................ 13

4.1.1. The Organizational Model ................................... 13

4.1.2. The Functional Model ....................................... 14

4.1.3. The Information Model ...................................... 14

4.2. Protocol Architecture ........................................ 14

4.2.1 The Lightweight Presentation Layer .......................... 15

4.2.2 The Quality of Transport Service ............................ 16

4.3. Proxy Management ............................................. 17

4.4. Directory Service ............................................ 18

5. Management Information ......................................... 18

5.1. The Structure of Management Information ...................... 19

5.1.1. The ISO SMI ................................................ 19

5.1.1.1. Managed Objects and Attributes ........................... 19

5.1.1.2. Management Infor...