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5.6. Usage Example Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
5.6. Usage Example

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5.6. Usage Example

5.6. Usage Example

The compliance statement contained in the (hypothetical) XYZv2-MIB might be:

    STATUS  current
            "The compliance statement for XYZv2 entities which implement
            the XYZv2 MIB."
    MODULE  -- compliance to the containing MIB module
        MANDATORY-GROUPS { xyzSystemGroup,
                           xyzStatsGroup, xyzTrapGroup,
                           xyzBasicNotificationsGroup }

        GROUP   xyzV1Group
            "The xyzV1 group is mandatory only for those
             XYZv2 entities which also implement XYZv1."
::= { xyzMIBCompliances 1 }

According to this invocation, to claim alignment with the compliance statement named

     { xyzMIBCompliances 1 }

a system must implement the XYZv2-MIB's xyzSystemGroup, xyzStatsGroup, xyzTrapGroup, and xyzSetGroup object conformance groups, as well as the xyzBasicNotificationsGroup notifications group. Furthermore, if the XYZv2 entity also implements XYZv1, then it must also support the XYZv1Group group, if compliance is to be claimed.

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