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I am sending a snmp synch request (set) and before it gets over i send an asynch request. After that i poll the snmp socket using select(). But even though ...
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    Snmp Synch request with asynch request


    I am sending a snmp synch request (set) and before it gets over i send an asynch request. After that i poll the snmp socket using select(). But even though the asynch operation is successful, i do not get a response on the socket. However, if i send an asynch request alone, the response is immediate and proper.

    Is it that the snmp socket will wait for the synch response and until it gets the response it won't take the asynch response as well.

    Please Help..

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