Hi,

thanks for the infor, i'll work on that, i think it's enough in my case.

thanks.

En/na Dave Shield ha escrit:
> On 13/03/2008, Jordi Moles wrote:
>
>> Example: i want to create folders from snmp.
>> let's say i run something like this:
>>
>> ***********************
>>
>> snmpset -v 2c -c mykey localhost .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.255.8.1.9 s "create...folder1"
>>
>> *****************************
>>
>> and i want snmp to create the folder1 and return if it has been created
>> or not.
>>

>
> Fair enough.
>
>
>> So... knowing that snmpset can't return a personalised "OK"
>> message........
>>

>
> It can't return a *personalised* OK message.
> But it can certainly return an indication of success/failure.
>
> Your perl script can take this assignment,
> parse the new value to interpret the command
> and act on it.
> Then either return nothing (if the command
> succeeds), or something like "wrong-value"
> or "inconsistent-value" (if it fails).
>
> The agent would then return these errors to the
> originating client application.
>
>
> Dave
>
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