DMH SNMP Agent on Beck ipc@chip platforms
DMH Advanced SNMP Agent is available for the various Beck IPC@CHIP platforms. All SNMP version are supported: SNMPv1, SNMPv2c and the full SNMPv3. Binary or full Source-Code SDKs are available. We offer a fully functional evaluation SNMP Agent that you can test on your real Beck-IPC system.
The SNMP-Agent uses the Beck-IPC platform underlying OS and platform services including transport services of the "native" Beck-IPC Ipstack. The SNMPv3 Agent uses Beck-IPC optimized implementation of Authentication (MD5, SHA1) and Privacy (AES, DES).
Beck IPC GmbH offers customers products and services for all aspects of industrial control and communication technology. The IPC@CHIP platform solution designed as a single chip computer offers a very stable base for all industrial applications combining control and communication.
Beck-IPC and DMH partner to provide the latest, most up-to-date DMH Advanced SNMP-Agent on all Beck-IPC platforms, using the latest software development tools offered and provided by Beck-IPC. Our teams work together to provide a stable, up-to-date and well tested SNMP Agent on Beck-IPC platforms. Among supported platforms are the Beck SC1x, SC1x3, SC2x.
DMH Advanced SNMP Agent is fully supported on Beck-IPC platforms including SNMPv1, SNMPv2c and SNMPv3. For building the Agent software we use the IDEs and compilers from Beck-IPC. Compilers are: Borland BCC 16bit Compiler and IDE (for older platforms), Paradigm C/C++ Compiler and IDE, and GCC Compiler with Eclipse IDE for PowerPC based platforms.
DMH Advanced SNMP Agent is designed to be integrated in any given system. It is used in general host systems such as Windows, Mac, Linux, Java, DOS etc. It is designed to be used in realtime embedded systems such as switches, routers, bridges, printers. UPS, Modems, Cable Modem (snmpv3 DOCSIS), DSL Modems, etc. The snmp-agent is used in small 16/8bit CPU systems as well as high capacity systems using 64bit CPUs. The SNMP Agent can be used in IOT Devices. It is nimble, fast, and has small memory footprint.