Use of "EnergyWise" in SNMP MIB

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Created by: Christopher Verges on 01-11-2010 05:19:55 PM
EnergyWise (legal) team,
 
We're adding SNMP MIB objects to support control of the EnergyWise endpoint agent on our device.  The basic structure follows:
 
* enterprises.cyberswitching.something
** epower
*** settings
**** interfaces
***** epowerEnergyWiseInterface
****** epowerEnergyWiseEnabled
****** epowerEnergyWiseDomain
****** epowerEnergyWiseSecret
****** epowerEnergyWiseName
...
 
I understand that the term "EnergyWise" should be represented as "Cisco EnergyWise" when possible.  In the case of SNMP MIB object naming, however, this gets to be very long and cumbersome.  Is it OK to abbreviate "Cisco EnergyWise" to simply "EnergyWise" in the SNMP MIB object name only so long as the full phrase "Cisco EnergyWise" is used in the SNMP MIB DESCRIPTION field?
 
Thanks,
Chris

Subject: RE: Use of "EnergyWise" in SNMP MIB
Replied by: Brad Schoening on 01-11-2010 05:22:42 PM
EnergyWise (legal) team,
 
We're adding SNMP MIB objects to support control of the EnergyWise endpoint agent on our device.  The basic structure follows:
 
* enterprises.cyberswitching.something
** epower
*** settings
**** interfaces
***** epowerEnergyWiseInterface
****** epowerEnergyWiseEnabled
****** epowerEnergyWiseDomain
****** epowerEnergyWiseSecret
****** epowerEnergyWiseName
...

 
Sure, that seems ok

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