Definitions of Managed Objects for HTTP
draft-hazewinkel-httpmib-00

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Authors Aiko Pras  , Harrie Hazewinkel  , Eric van Hengstum 
Last updated 1996-04-25
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Abstract

This draft defines a MIB to manage the HTTP protocol. The HTTP protocol is used by World Wide Web applications to transfer information between WWW clients and WWW servers. HTTP is based on the request/response paradigm. The HTTP MIB is especially useful to manage the WWW server-side. The MIB is defined in such a way that it allows multiple servers to run within a single system.

Authors

Aiko Pras (pras@cs.utwente.nl)
Harrie Hazewinkel (harrie.hazewinkel@jrc.it)
Eric van Hengstum (hengstum@cs.utwente.nl)

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