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Sat Feb 2 04:29:32 EST 2008
OoO En cette nuit striée d'éclairs du samedi 02 février 2008, vers
02:39, Fred C <fred at bsdhost.net> disait:
> For a project I need to fiddle with snmp. I did a search on google and
> an I have found a lot of mailing list archives about twistedsnmp and
> pysnmp. All these post seems very old (more than 4 years old), and out
> of fashion. Can some one tell me what people are using these days to
> plain with snmp ?
The big problem with twistedsnmp is that it does not support officially
pysnmp 4, does not work with pysnmp 2, works with pysnmp 3 which does
not exist any more and is optimized for an hybrid version pysnmp-se 2.5.
The other drawback is that it is not maintained any more and the
upstream seems to be unresponsive.
Aside Justin suggestion, you can also look at pynetsnmp which is
maintained by the ZenOSS project. This one only supports
manager-side. And documentation is a bit scarce.
Make it clear before you make it faster.
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