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3.1. Proxy Agent Behavior Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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3.1. Proxy Agent Behavior

3.1. Proxy Agent Behavior

To achieve coexistence at the protocol-level, a proxy mechanism may be used. A SNMPv2 entity acting in an agent role may be implemented and configured to act in the role of a proxy agent.

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