Kurose and Ross define the Internet network management framework as consisting of three major parts: MIB, SMI, SNMP. To what extent do you believe this constitutes a framework? Are additional parts needed? Why isn’t ASN.1 considered part of the framework?
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The provided definition provides completeness because it is necessary to have a format (SMI), a database consisting of managed network objects (MIB) and a common communication language (SNMP) stipulated by protocols. The authors also mention at page 765 the necessity of security and administration capabilities, but these were somehow integrated into SNMPv3 (Kurose & Ross, 2012, p. 765). The Internet has a modular structure that is hidden in most of the situations to the end users...
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