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Any SNMP Application That Support DOS Command Line?

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Hi, I am looking for any DOS/Windows based SNMP application that support command line.
Something like SetSNMPValues.exe  .1.6.3.1.2.3.1....
where I can setSNMPvalues using using command line.
Can anyone tell me where to look for it?
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Hi Sherly,

This may be too late, but this tool will do SNMP SET from the command-line:
http://www.fineconnection.com/FineSNMPSet.htm

Also, SNMPUTIL from the Resource Kit will do GET GETNEXT WALK and TRAP.

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