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Hai,

register_config_handler("snmptrapd", "createUser",
usm_parse_create_usmUser, NULL,
"username (MD5|SHA) passphrase [DES [passphrase]]");
register_config_handler("snmptrapd", "usmUser",
usm_parse_config_usmUser, NULL, NULL);

snmp_register_callback(SNMP_CALLBACK_LIBRARY, SNMP_CALLBACK_STORE_DATA,
usm_store_users, NULL);

init_snmp("snmptrapd");

netsnmp_transport* transport = netsnmp_tdomain_transport("udp:162", 1, "udp");


can anybody what is done by the above functions when they are in the same order. i am not able to understand about the above code.


Regards,
Raja.Kavuri


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Hai,

 register_config_handler("snmptrapd", "createUser",
                            usm_parse_create_usmUser, NULL,
                           "username (MD5|SHA) passphrase [DES [passphrase]]");
 register_config_handler("snmptrapd", "usmUser",
                            usm_parse_config_usmUser, NULL, NULL);

    snmp_register_callback(SNMP_CALLBACK_LIBRARY,
SNMP_CALLBACK_STORE_DATA,
                           usm_store_users, NULL);

    init_snmp("snmptrapd");
   
    netsnmp_transport* transport = netsnmp_tdomain_transport("udp:162", 1, "udp");


can anybody what is done by the above functions when they are in the same order. i am not able to understand about the above code.


Regards,
Raja.Kavuri



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