eMark SNMP Component is a free trial software application from the Components & Libraries subcategory, part of the Development category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2008-11-06. The program can be installed on Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003.
Based on Microsoft ATL, eMarkSnmp Component is an easy-to-use net MIB(Management Information Base) SNMP(Simple Network Management Protocol) COM component, with it you can quickly build a network manager application in several minutes. The application can configure remote devices, monitor network performance, audit network usage, and detect network faults or inappropriate access, the SNMP devices could be Cisco, Linux, Solaris.
The eMarkSnmp defines some simple interfaces to encapsulate the complex SNMP protocol procedure, it can be used to simplify the processing of net SNMP messages.
The eMarkSnmp manages communications to and from management entities. The entity can reside on the local computer or be connected through a local or wide-area network, or the Internet.
The eMarkSnmp hides the details of SNMP protocol, Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1), and the Basic Encoding Rules (BER) for describing transfer syntax.
The eMarkSnmp verifies the correctness of PDUs(Protocol Data Unit) and rejects invalid PDUs. The eMarkSnmp transforms SNMPv2C PDU types when necessary in accordance with the relevant RFCs.
The eMarkSnmp converts SNMPv1 traps from an SNMPv1 agent to SNMPv2C traps in accordance with RFC 1908, "Coexistence between Version 1 and Version 2 of the Internet-standard Network Management Framework."
The eMarkSnmp supports the application's retransmission policy and provides retransmission execution support.
eMark SNMP Component (version 2.02) has a file size of 989.21 KB and is available for download from our website.
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