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Best Java SNMP package. Which includes SNMPGet, SNMPWalk, and SNMPTranslate.

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I am in need of a good Java SNMP package. I currently use joeSNMP, but it does not have a mib Parser so I use runtime.exec on snmpTranslate with Redhat 7.3. I need an include all java snmp package that will be able to do snmpwalk/get/translate. Anyone have any suggestions?
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by:Giant2
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> it does not have a mib Parser

You could build it.
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Thanks. I will look into each option and award points accordingly.
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armoghan  - net snmp uses java and native code. i need just java.
Giant2 - need something COTS or already built.
zzynx - i have no money....
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You have to compromize at some stage :)
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>Giant2 - need something COTS or already built.
you must spent some time to do this. But with this time spent you can understand better the ASN.1 syntax
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Sorry for not help you.
Bye, Giant.
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For the interest of someone else reading this PAQ in the future
what was the "best" answer to your question? (besides the fact that you have to compromize ;)
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by:jaxkewl
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Good question zzynx. The sourceforge provides all the snmp functionality i need for free. (walk, get, set, translate) The only compromise is that it uses native code along with java. This can be a problem cause java is portable. so If want to run my program on redhat then switch over to solaris, then there is a problem. so in the end, you have to indeed compromise. cheesey eh? thanks for the help guys.
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thanx
glad to help :)
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