This is a bit of perhaps tooting my own horn, but since the content is so apropos, I hope that won't be too big of a deal. Anyway, a few days ago, i finished an article that is an SNMP primer, both as a general look at SNMP, and some tips on using it with Leopard/Mac OS X 10.5 Server.
The article is called, appropriately: A Primer to SNMP on Mac OS X 10.5 and Mac OS X 10.5 Server
Hope it proves useful.
John C. Welch is the head of IT for the/zimmerman/agency, one-third of Angry Mac Bastards, the mind behind bynkii.com, a regular contributor to Macworld Magazine, part of the Mac IT Conference Advisory Committee, and a regular speaker at MacWorld Expo since 1999. He has been dealing with all things Macintosh since the Lisa, and has been involved with networking and the Mac in IT for almost twenty years It is rumored that he has non-computer parts of his life as well, such as his son, Alex, his amazingly talented wife, Melissa, his guitar, and a long involvement with Korean Martial Arts.