Well.... thank you, but what I meant was a more complete howto. You know, like in the
Most (new) users probably have one PC with some GNU/Linux distribution on it, if any. A router with OpenWrt would be their first "second device" which runs 24/7. I would never run a PC 24/7 just for fun. It wastes energy (and money). My OpenWrt-Router (and my new Dockstar ;-)) are my very first devices I run 24/7.
So there is no experience with snmp, because until now there was no possibility or reason for such. The same is true for a dhcpd, a timeserver, DNS-stuff, webserver, etc.
It would be already helpful to provide one or two links to an already existing HowTo. I mean, even if you read the related wikipedia article, I often do bother to link to it, you don't gain much knowledge, as most articles are, IMHO, shit. You don't get a good understanding, and you still need a howto anyway. There should already be a dozen good howtos, I just don't find them using google. And why waste time searching?
But well, if you see no point in writing a howto, there is no point in bothering with it. I didn't mean to recruit you, I just thought to mention the wiki. There is one, it is active, and I suggested some articles to be written. Contributors welcome.