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4.1.2. Mapping of the ACCESS clause

4.1.2. Mapping of the ACCESS clause

The ACCESS clause, which must be present, defines the minimum level of support required for that object type. As a local matter, implementations may support other access types (e.g., an implementation may elect to permitting writing a variable marked as read-only). Further, protocol-specific "views" (e.g., those indirectly implied by an SNMP community) may make further restrictions on access to a variable.


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