> From: Dave Shield [mailto.T.Shield@liverpool.ac.uk]

> > The snmptrap command requires hardcoded OIDs and does not seem as
> > useful as, say "send_v2trap()" .

> Eh?
> The snmptrap command takes everything from the command line.
> The only "hardcoded" OIDs are snmpTrapOID and sysUpTime,
> which are part of the basic protocol specs.

Poor choice of terms on my part. By "hardcoded" I meant "every piece
of information has to be included within every snmptrap command."

IOW, it offers no hope of abstraction along the lines of

Moot point, since I resorted to what I deem a colossal kludge to get
our business logic talking to my MIB extension in the agent (use a text
file to communicate requested traps). Works, but is embarrassingly

Good thing I'm in the habit of commenting liberally,


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