SNMP++ has currently been implemented for MS-Windows 3.1, MS-Windows For Work Groups 3.11, MS-Windows NT 3.51, and MS-Windows ’95.
WinSNMP version 1.1 is utilized to run SNMP++ on MS-Windows. This allows other SNMP applications coding directly to WinSNMP to coexist with SNMP++ applications. Note, the current HP implementation for MS-Windows utilizes WinSNMP. Other implementations are not required to use WinSNMP for ANS.1 encoding and decoding. Implementations which do not utilize WinSNMP are required to coexist with WinSNMP applications.
For IP operation, a WinSock compliant
stack is required. For IPX, a Novell Netware compatible client and the drivers
are needed. SNMP++ has been tested
to run over a wide variety of protocol stacks including FTP, Netmanage,
SNMP++ includes support for interfacing with WinSNMP trap mechanisms. This includes both the ability to send traps and receive them. For the reception of traps, trap filtering capabilities are provided.
A number of applications have been created
using SNMP++ which coexist and are compatible with HP OpenView