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snmptranslate - is there a jar file out there that will do it?

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for instance in redhat 7.3 linux. you can type in snmptranslate -IR OID and u get back the translated name. Is there are java package or class that do an "snmptranslate".

another way to explain a little clearer. joesnmp is an snmp package that can do snmpwalk and snmpget within java. i need a java package that can do snmptranslate within java.
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Maybe this library might help

http://sourceforge.net/projects/netmanj/

Otherwise execute the above command with Runtime.exec
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