[SNMP4J] How to load mib files in snmp4j
shanmugam.vairavan at webmethods.com
Tue Nov 14 15:24:58 CET 2006
Thanks for your reply. I am using mibble for parsing SMI.
I have another doubt.
I have created a listener with a TCP adaptor.
The listener listens for around 10 to 15 minutes, after that it never
listens. Then I need to restart the listener.
I have attached the code which I used for listening.
Is there any other configuration which I am missing, can somebody help me
From: Frank Fock [mailto:fock at agentpp.com]
Sent: Sunday, November 12, 2006 3:12 PM
To: Shanmugam Vairavan
Cc: snmp4j at agentpp.org
Subject: Re: [SNMP4J] How to load mib files in snmp4j
You cannot load MIB specifications with SNMP4J
and you should carefully ask yourself whether
you need to process MIB data at runtime!
In almost all cases, it is better (safer, faster,
more resource sparing) to use MIB specifications
at compile time, for example, by code generation.
AgenPro is such a MIB compiler for flexible code
For runtime SMI parsing, JASMI (part of my MIB
Designer), Mibble, SMI4J, and probably others
can be used.
Shanmugam Vairavan wrote:
> Can we load mib file to snmp4j listener. If so what is the API
> for it.
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