6.1.b Implement and troubleshoot SNMP

same but different… simply put, rmon is for flow monitoring, snmp is for device management…

according to wiki:

In short, RMON is designed for “flow-based” monitoring, while SNMP is often used for “device-based” management. RMON is similar to other flow-based monitoring technologies such as NetFlow and SFlow because the data collected deals mainly with traffic patterns rather than the status of individual devices. One disadvantage of this system is that remote devices shoulder more of the management burden, and require more resources to do so. Some devices balance this trade-off by implementing only a subset of the RMON MIB groups. A minimal RMON agent implementation could support only statistics, history, alarm, and event.