I'm running 4.8 on an i386 platform. I have snmpd running with 300 custom
MIB's installed via snmpd.conf. I've confirmed that they're installed using
net-snmp's snmpwalk program. Each of my MIB's is an integer value...no
strings. Question: Has anyone written their own C code to update/change the
MIB values? If so, could you point me in the direction on how to do this?
I'm really trying to figure this out for myself so I'm not looking for a
full-blown solution, just a tip here and there or a simple example! FYI...I
have been studying the OpenBSD C source files for snmpd.c, snmpe.c and mps.c
On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 10:33 PM, Bales, Tracy <Tracy.Bales@williams.com>
Which snmpd are you talking about ? If you're looking at net-snmp you
can try the pass or pass_persist directives for easy extensions, for
the snmpd that's shipped with openbsd you'll have to patch it.