SnmpSet - Controls Snmp Variables
SNMP is a standard protocol for configuring and management of network devices. Almost all active network devices support SNMP. Besides that, SNMP is supported by many network applications and the majority of operational systems.
SnmpSet allows one to change the values of SNMP variables on network devices supporting this protocol and, in this way, to manage them. Many different actions are realized by means of writing values to variables. This can involve the changing of configuration parameters of a network device and enabling and disabling different features or executions of some certain actions. Thus, SnmpSet allows you to uniformly administer different active network devices and network programs.
The list of SNMP variables differs on different network devices. You can see the list of variables, supported by particular hardware or software, by using a separate tool SnmpWalk. To determine whether it is possible to change the variable value, you should study the documentation or run a test with SnmpSet. You can obtain the value of any available SNMP variable by using the SnmpGet tool.
SnmpSet it is command-line tool which simplifies its use in scripts and allows you to automate a large number of every day system administrator actions. This tool supports IPv4 and modern IPv6, allowing you to avoid difficulties when you upgrade network structures. Besides that, SnmpSet, along with supporting a version of the SNMPv1/SNMPv2c protocol which is not safe, also supports a safer version of SNMPv3. This allows you to avoid violations of corporate safety policies in the event you use it.
- Support of SNMP v1/v2c and SNMPv3
- Support of IPv4 and IPv6
- Command line interface (CLI)
- Allows for any type of SNMP variable
- Various Auth. & Privacy protocols
- Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7
Usage & Parameters
SnmpSet.exe [-q] -r:host [-p:port] [-t:timeout] [-v:version] [-c:community] [-ei:engine_id] [-sn:sec_name] [-ap:auth_proto] [-aw:auth_passwd] [-pp:priv_proto] [-pw:priv_passwd] [-ce:cont_engine] [-cn:cont_name] -o:var_oid -val:value [-tp:type] -q Quiet mode (suppress header) -r:host Name or network address (IPv4/IPv6) of remote host. -p:port SNMP port number on remote host. Default: 161 -t:timeout SNMP timeout in seconds (1-600). Default: 5 -v:version SNMP version. Supported version: 1, 2c or 3. Default: 1 -c:community SNMP community string for SNMP v1/v2c. Default: private -ei:engine_id Engine ID. Format: hexadecimal string. (SNMPv3). -sn:sec_name SNMP security name for SNMPv3. -ap:auth_proto Authentication protocol. Supported: MD5, SHA (SNMPv3).