- Paperback: 462 pages
- Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 2 edition (October 1, 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0596008406
- ISBN-13: 978-0596008406
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- Average Customer Review: 20 customer reviews
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"It is difficult to find fault with the content of the book... This is a solid textbook in the O'Reilly mould. The only criticism I have is an unfair one, I had difficulty staying awake whilst reviewing it, I find SNMP just about the driest subject in IT but this book will enable you to get though all the tedious configuration as fast as possible allowing you to move onto more interesting things that much sooner." - Greg Matthews, news@UK, June 2006
About the Author
Douglas Mauro received a bachelor's degree at the University of Albany, New York, and worked as a system administrator for several years before becoming a project engineer with Sun Microsystems, Inc. In addition to his consulting duties with Sun, he authors their internal OneStop Sun Management Center page and has published several InfoDocs with them.
Kevin J. Schmidt currently lives in Lilburn, Georgia. He is a senior software developer at SecureWorks, Inc. (http://www.secureworks.com), where he is lead developer for the comapny's SIM platform. He also leading the development of the company's log analysis service line. Prior to SecureWorks, Kevin was a senior Java/C developer at Reflex Security (http://www.reflexsecurity.com). And prior to Reflex, Kevin spent four years at GuardedNet, Inc. (http://www.micromuse.com/sols/dom_man/sec_man.html)as a senior software developer and team lead.
Kevin's experience with network management began in 1995 while working at a regional ISP in Pensacola, Florida. In 1996 he moved to Atlanta, Georgia to work for MindSpring Enterprises (now known as Earthlink), a national ISP. He spent four years in network management and was the senior network management architect for Earthlink. He left Earthlink to work at Netrail, a tier-1 Internet backbone provider. While at Netrail, Kevin was in charge of the company's network management architecture.
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Dislikes: very old, all of the examples are based on very old and difficult NMSs. This would not be an issue if so much of the book was not focused on HPOV and Mrtg. No effort has been made to even correct typos.
I would not recommend this book at all.