Commit f7cfe64d authored by Alexander Gall's avatar Alexander Gall

Fix typos

parent 0c8b0740
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ applications (https://github.com/SnabbCo/snabbswitch). Those
applications don't provide an SNMP agent themselves. Instead, they
store the raw SNMP objects in shared memory segments.
The subgagents provided by this package register themselves with a
The subagents provided by this package register themselves with a
local SNMP agent via the AgentX protocol to serve particular branches
of the OID tree. The objects within those branches are fetched from
the memory segments shared with the Snabb applications.
......@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ a non-negative integer which represents the time, modulo 2^32
(4294967296 decimal), in hundredths of a second between two epochs
```
The representaion of a time interval is straight forward, but that of
The representation of a time interval is straight forward, but that of
an absolute point in time, called the `TimeStamp` textual convention
for the `TimeTicks` type is a bit peculiar. It is defined as the
value of the `sysUpTime` object at that point in time, where
......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ where `currenttime()` returns the number of seconds since the UNIX
epoch.
When a Snabb process needs to store an object of time `TimeStamp`, it
allocates an axuiliary object whose name is obtained by adding the
allocates an auxiliary object whose name is obtained by adding the
prefix `_X_` and suffix `_TimeAbs` to the name of the object. For
example, the name of the auxiliary object for the object
`pwCreateTime` is called `_X_pwCreateTime_TimeAbs`.
......@@ -193,7 +193,7 @@ master agentx
agentXSocket tcp6:[::1]:705
```
Each subagent also requires a confguration file containing the line
Each subagent also requires a configuration file containing the line
```
agentXSocket tcp6:[::1]:705
......@@ -212,5 +212,5 @@ with the option `-I -ifTable` at the price that the SNMP objects of
the local interfaces are no longer available.
If access to the built-in MIBs is required, a separate instance of
`snmpd` needs to be started, either by chosing a different UDP port or
`snmpd` needs to be started, either by choosing a different UDP port or
by binding to a different local address (e.g. a loopback address).
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