This article explains how you can store SNMP traps as they arrive into a MySQL database using the Unbrowse SNMP Scripting Interface. We introduce a sample schema and a script which you can easily adapt to your requirements.
You can script the behavior of Unbrowse SNMP via VBScript or Ruby. This is done by accessing various objects defined in the Unbrowse Scripting Reference.
In this article we will script the SNMP Trap Receiver to
1. Open a network adapter and listen to all SNMP Traps on it 2. Open a ODBC connection to a MySQL database 3. As each trap arrives insert a row into the database containing the trap details. 4. Close the trap receiver. 5. Close the ODBC connection.
This article explains the SNMP MIB packaging feature supported by Unbrowse SNMP. We also include full source code for our MIB packaging script. You can extend or use this program any way you wish.
Network element vendors can package all their MIBs into a single ZIP file that contains both compiled and raw MIB files. This takes the burden off the end user from locating and compiling MIBs. Unlike other MIB Browsers, we do not package a giant MIB database. This would quickly get outdated.
SNMPWALK is one of the main tools used by a network engineer to troubleshoot behavior or verify configuration of devices. The output however is pretty hard to understand. In this article, we will talk about how Unbrowse SNMP makes the task of working with SNMPWALK dumps much easier.Snmpwalk is a command line utility available on almost all router platforms. A standalone version is also available for free from the excellent Net-SNMP project.
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