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    OID values

    I am using the snmp protocol to extract the system information like
    the hardware configuration , the devics attached to the system, softwares and so on .. i want some very specific information like the
    filesystemtype(like ext2or ext3 or swap.. )
    computer manufacturer name
    domain name
    computermodel name
    process configuration
    clock speed
    os version
    pci devices attached to the system
    dhcp configuration details..
    I am using the default available MIB and would like to know if someone cud give me the exact OID values from which this info can be obtained.. I would also want to know if there is any other alternative available to obtain this information using SNMP ...

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    Jul 2004
    It's not very hande but what I usually do in such case is to list all avaliable MIBs (eg. setting MIB view to .1 in snmpd.conf) and greb for the values I'm searching for on my local machine. There I get to OID.

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    hello i need help on snmp

    hello there

    me to working on that same thing SNMP protocol , i got stuck in broadcasting message that machine should broadcast message to but i m not able run this in thread, that i need to hold the responded machine ip-address.
    can any one plz help me on this ......
    the same work as the above post......


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