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Once compiled, all C/C++ programs organize the computer s memory into four regions: program code, global data, the stack, and the heap. The heap is an area of free memory that is managed by the dynamic allocation functions malloc( ) and free( ). These functions were introduced in 5 in conjunction with arrays. Here we will examine them further, beginning with a review of their of their basic operation. Although C++ still supports C s dynamic allocation functions, it also defines its own approach, which is based upon dynamic allocation operators. These are described in Part Three. The malloc( ) function allocates memory and returns a pointer to the start of it. free( ) returns previously allocated memory to the heap for possible reuse. The prototypes for malloc( ) and free( ) are void *malloc(size_t num_bytes); void free(void *p);
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Figure 32-5: SNMP function and how they are related to the ISO s OSI model As shown, SNMP runs on top of a standard Internet protocol stack where User Datagram Protocol (UDP) is used at the transport. UDP is a connectionless protocol and, like IP, does not set up a connection between communicating entities. In a query/response protocol like SNMP, a connection is not necessary. If the target device fails to respond to a query, simply send the query again. If it were necessary to set up a connection for short queries, it would actually make the system slower. The underlying physical network is irrelevant because it can be Ethernet or a Frame Relay network. From an OSI point of view, SNMP and its interaction with the manager and managed functions encompasses the upper three layers of the protocol stack. A discussion as to which functions belong to which layer usually winds up in a religious argument, so we will consider that SNMP and the management functions are an undivided upper layer set of protocols. The commands and responses are indicated in Figure 32-5 . The actual names (and assigned numbers) for them are delineated in Figure 32-4 . Figure 32-6 shows how the SNMP message is carried nested within the protocol layers. Since our discussion must remain general, we take it that the link layer protocol typically has some leader and header information and some trailer bits. The link layer frame carries the IP packet across the link layer connection to the next router. The IP datagram header has the routing information that lets the routers direct this packet to its final destination.
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