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SNMP Walk in Perl

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Hello All,

I'm trying to figure out how to issue a snmpwalk command through perl. I have never done anything with snmp and programming before.

Attach is the system command that I use.

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snmpwalk -v2c -c public localhost

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Question by:thomasbonham
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by:rendaduiyan
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write a perl script for it.
use BER;
use SNMP_util "0.92";

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Usage: @result = $snmp->walk(-format => 'ne',
                               -oids =>['ifAdminStatus'],
                               -print => 'on');
                           
                  where print = 'on' or 'off'

        or use the shortcut format (Note: print will be disabled by default
                                     
        @result = $snmp->walk('ne','ifAdminStatus');                          

the output will  be:
        $result[0] = ifAdminStatus.1
        $result[1] = 'up'
        $result[2] = ifAdminStatus.2
        $result[3] = 'up'
        ...
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by:thomasbonham
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Okay now how do I install "BER" and "SNMP_util" because of the fact cpan can't find them.

Thanks,
Thomas
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by:FishMonger
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I'm not sure about BER (I'd need to do some searching) but here's SNMP::Util
http://search.cpan.org/~wmarq/SNMP-Util-1.8/Util.pm
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SNMP::Util is a little old.  You may want to look ant Net::SNMP instead.
http://search.cpan.org/~dtown/Net-SNMP-5.2.0/lib/Net/SNMP.pm

Or, you might look over some of the other snmp modules to see if there is one tailored to your needs.
http://search.cpan.org/search?query=snmp&mode=all
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