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- Subject: Re: can luasnmp be used to write an agent?
- From: joseph stewart <joseph.stewart@...>
- Date: Sun, 13 May 2007 16:37:31 -0400
I have a prototype ber1 decoder written in lua (sans netsnmp).
Currently, it just take a string with a binary packet in it and
prints the decoded data to the screen.
Anyone want to work with me turning this into a fuller snmp
On May 13, 2007, at 3:01 PM, Richard Ranft wrote:
Hm, can any of this be tied in with the host scripting system? I
idea, just throwing that out there....
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Subject: Re: can luasnmp be used to write an agent?
LuaSNMP is a binding to the net-snmp client library and does not
any functionality to program an agent.
A good idea though - I'm also thinking about this.
Sam Roberts schrieb:
I don't know enough about snmp to see from the docs whether
the right tool for me. I would like to publish snmp information
app written in lua, I think this means being an "agent".
Can I do this with luasnmp, http://luasnmp.luaforge.net/, or is it
just for writing managers that interact with existing agents?