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FAIN SNMP Activator

Active Network Programming Language

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Description

FAIN SNAP provides an active network programming language and interpreter. It allows finite state machines to be operated over a number of network elements. Its main use is to program firewalls and raise alerts. It is a native Debian distribution.

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Features

  • Active SNMP
  • Network management
  • MIB

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Science/Research, System Administrators, Telecommunications Industry

Programming Language

Assembly, C, Java

Registered

2003-07-23

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