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Running Raddle (2): snmpd & Replay Custom Private Enterprise MIB

Net-SNMP wiki gives tutorial on extending snmpd using Perl. In basic run of Raddle (previous post) this involves r1.pl called by r1.conf fed to snmpd. Private enterprise MIB i.e.¬†Microchip’s in this example can be replayed without really ever captured the real device’s SNMP data. This is necessary when the actual device is yet existed; normal [...]

Running Raddle in RHEL

Raddle is a great SNMP player written in Perl. I say player to this emulator application, meaning that I can append or dump snmpwalk output from a device and then replay that from Raddle. Installing it can be both simple and tedious tasks. I used Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 inside a virtual machine (VirtualBox) [...]