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"sos" Programming Exercise

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#1 kosmas


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Posted 12 June 2007 - 03:36 PM

My exercise must programming in C/C++. The description is below:

Program which it will assimilate department of operation of SNMP, as well as applications of management manager - agent.

The module "application" ("Manager ") communicates via standard contact with module the "SNMP administrator". There are standard interelations get_request () and get_response (). Respectively, communicate modules "SNMP agent" and "application agent" ("Agent "). "SNMP administrator " and "SNMP agent" they communicate via UDP socket.

The "Agent " assembles information in variable lost_packets and total_packets. The "Agent " gives the possibility of change of prices of this parameters. The "Manager " can ask the prices of parameters and calculate the price loss_ratio.

Thanks in advance!

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#2 groovicus


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Posted 12 June 2007 - 11:46 PM

Welcom to Bleeping Computer. We would be glad to help you, but we will only help once we see some of your code. Try for yourself first, and then when you have problems or specific questions, show us your code, and then ask your questions.

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