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c# Poll a device using snmp and get its interface using get next

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I am working in c#.net (version 2.0) project. I need to create a polling service to talk to a device and get all its interface using get next.The inputs given are IP address of the device,the device community and OID.I really don't know where to start with and what to do.Any help would be appreciated.Thank You.
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Thank you uetian1707, let me check it and if i have any problems i would let u know
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hi uetian1707 i am sorry i could not understand anything in the code as i am a beginner
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