Phil explains how to write a scalable SNMP Trap and Inform message receiver in Java using SNMP4J. He also explains what SNMP is and surrounding ideas such as TCP and UDP.
Posted on: March 30th, 2011 by Famous Phil
This is a video blog continuation of week 2 (see the previous post).
Background: I was asked by the IEEE student club at UB (http://wings.buffalo.edu/sa/ieee) to redo my lecture series on developing websites. I know that my website isn’t the best visually designed website in the world (and I’m actively looking for talent that can help me fix this in exchange for my programming skills), but I do know a lot about how to code websites well. Anyways, here are the videos from Lecture 3. There will be a fourth and final lecture next week. As always, thanks for reading!
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