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Re: Net-SNMP is moving to GitHub -- Your input appreciated

Stuart Henderson <[email protected]> writes: |> One thing to note with this that's not immediately obvious with github |> downloads, the automatically added "source code" links in github releases |> are generated on-the-fly then cached, so they're subject to change if |> they update software on nodes if the files expire from cache. Yeah, and I've never liked the way github does downloads in general. And we actually use a specially crafted tar to make sure it works on a bunch of different systems with different tar requirements as well. I suspect we'll still need to continue rolling our own downloads, so I appreciate your note. -- Wes Hardaker Please mail all replies to [email protected]

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Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a widely used protocol for monitoring the health and welfare of network equipment (eg. routers), computer equipment and even devices like UPSs. Net-SNMP is a suite of applications used to implement SNMP v1, SNMP v2c and SNMP v3 using both IPv4 and IPv6. The suite includes:

  • Command-line applications to:
  • A graphical MIB browser (tkmib), using Tk/perl.
  • A daemon application for receiving SNMP notifications (snmptrapd). Selected notifications can be logged (to syslog, the NT Event Log, or a plain text file), forwarded to another SNMP management system, or passed to an external application.
  • An extensible agent for responding to SNMP queries for management information (snmpd). This includes built-in support for a wide range of MIB information modules, and can be extended using dynamically loaded modules, external scripts and commands, and both the SNMP multiplexing (SMUX) and Agent Extensibility (AgentX) protocols.
  • A library for developing new SNMP applications, with both C and perl APIs.

Net-SNMP is available for many Unix and Unix-like operating systems and also for Microsoft Windows. Note: Functionality can vary depending on the operating system. Please see the README files for information specific to your platform.

The documentation section contains detailed information on command line tools, installation, configuration etc.

If you are new to Net-SNMP or SNMP in general, then a good place to start is the tutorial section.

The download section contains the source code and binaries for various platforms.

Please see our project development pages located at Sourceforge as well.


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Some rambling from the author

I originally wanted to write a tutorial on configuring and optimizing the net-snmp agent to run on an embedded MIPS platform. The more I thought about the idea, the more I realized - it would have a VERY limited audience. Going over my notes, I discovered something - with the exception of the compiler settings, all my instructions could very well be used to install the agent on a regular x86 ubuntu system. Eureka! And thus this tutorial was born. My idea is that if you understand how to customize the net-snmp agent to run on an ubuntu system following these instructions, you should be in a very good position to modify the instructions to your own platform (and I get a bigger reading audience!).

Getting the sources

You can download the latest sources of net-snmp from here,

Main net-snmp Download Page

Setting the Environment

I advise you to start off with a fresh install of the Ubuntu Desktop edition. Don't worry - we won't really need the GUI, but if you are a beginner, it will be useful. Now, open up a terminal window and create a projects directory,

The purpose of the "projects" directory is an organizational measure. I like keeping all the code I work with separate from my "Download" or "Document" or "Home" folders (just messy, doing that). And "abru" is my username (short for Abraham).

Now we need to move the source tarball into the projects folder. If you haven't downloaded it yet, you can download the sources with the "wget" command (At the time of this writing, is the latest),

Now lets get about extracting the sources,

It's not really a must, to the "mv" step above. But doing it here will help keep this tutorial updated (fewer changes with future releases).

Ubuntu Dependencies

If you've installed the desktop version of Ubuntu, then there's only 1 package missing from your install. Get it from the Ubuntu repositories with this,

If instead, you went and installed the server version of ubuntu, then you'll probably need to get gcc and build-essentails as well - I don't remember if there were more.

Configuring & Installing

Anyway, with all that out of the way, lets configure the package! Follow these steps,

The configure script will scan your system and prepare the "Makefile" from which we will perform our actual install. configure will ask you a few questions - I just press "enter" and go with the defaults. Now there IS a way to avoid those questions - simple include those options when you call configure. That means running it like this,

Feel free to change those options if you want. I'm just showing what the default settings are. In fact, if you have an embedded build environment and want to automate the whole procedure, passing in those settings is the best way to avoid the user-prompt messages. After a while you should see something like this,

The above means that "configure" has finished running and we can start compiling!

The compiling step is easy, just run "make". Like this,

Depending on how powerful your system is, it can take anywhere between 2

  • 4 mins for it to finish. After your done, you can install the net-snmp package to your ubuntu system by running this,

    sudo make install

You'll need to use the "sudo" command as the install will copy over the needed executables to system directories and obviously, you'll need root permission for that. From a user-perspective, we're almost done. For the net-snmp applications to work we need to add an export command to our ".bashrc" file. In my case the steps go like this,

With that we're done. To actually confirm if you've got it working try running this (should work from any directory),

If you get the version number correctly, then congratulations !! You've installed net-snmp on your Ubuntu system !! :)

But if you want to develop stuff with the snmp agent I'd advise you to install the net-snmp Perl libraries too. For that do the following,

What we've done is create the Makefiles. Now to compile and install them,

The idea behind the "make test" line is to run checks to see if the installation would work (I think). Unfortunately, its a bit buggy and will return a few failed tests. In spite of it, you can install the perl-dependencies and it will work just fine.

Now lets get about customizing on Ubuntu

Sours: https://github-wiki-see.page/m/fenner/net-snmp-wiki-experiment/wiki/Net-Snmp_on_Ubuntu

Git

Git is a version control system (VCS) that is based on a distributed architecture. In June , the Net-SNMP project switched from SVN to Git. In December , the project moved to the new 'Allura' SourceForge framework, which also affected the URLs used to retrieve the code. Please ensure that you use the repositories shown below - using anything else may result in obtaining an old version of the project code.

If you're a developer, you might checkout out the Git For Developers page.

Checking out the Net-SNMP Git Tree

Check it out anonymously using one of (read-only access):

git clone [email protected]:net-snmp/net-snmp.git git clone https://github.com/net-snmp/net-snmp.git

This will retrieve the source code for the project. (To obtain the content of the Net-SNMP website, replace code with htdocs)

Web Interface

A web interface for the Net-SNMP git repository is available here: [1].

Learning Git

If you're starting out learning Git, here are some useful resources:

When you're really ready to understand the internals after learning the basics (which you should want to do), watching Linus' talk at google on git:

See Also

Also, check out the contents of the Git category which lists even more resources:

Sours: http://www.net-snmp.org/wiki/index.php/Git

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