alexa CONCEPTUAL ONTOLOGICAL MODEL FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE MIB
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CONCEPTUAL ONTOLOGICAL MODEL FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE MIB UPDATE

Vinod Kumar Shukla*1, Dr. D.B. Ojha*2
  1. Research Scholar, Mewar University, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India
  2. Professor, Mewar University, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India
Corresponding Author: Vinod Kumar Shukla, E-mail: [email protected]
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Abstract

Internet growth has become the challenge for the network management. Our paper is divided into two sections. Section –I is introduction. Section – II is based on the concepts of SNMP, MIB, OID and Ontology. In this section there is discussion about our proposed method in which, we have taken a model of manager and agent communication. For efficient network management there is a need for continuous update of network devices with the latest statistics, on which they operate. In network, the devices which work on the concept of SNMP use the MIB values, which are updated by exchanging OID values to update network themselves. If at any point of time, there is a need to add new OID in MIB tree by the private vendor then this could be done with the help of Ontology. We have proposed the concept of Onto-Agent, which will work on all the managed devices along with the manager. On manual update of new OID in manager, onto-agent will also read this value and generate the ontology based on the new updated OID in MIB tree and will communicate this to all the connected managed devices, on the receiving end onto-agent will receive this and convert this ontology into updatable OID in MIB. From this process all the managed devices will update this new OID into their MIB.

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