I asked this on NET-SNMP mailing list:
But unfortunatelly I haven't got any answer up to now.
I need to forward SNMP requests (not traps) from the outside world down to a number of nodes in a subnetwork.
Those nodes aren't directly reachable from the outside, but, instead, they are seen as a single network address (IP) and have different table instances in their OID's. The request is catch by a single node (a "proxy") that knows about the subnetwork configuration and is ought to repass it accordingly.
Is it possible to configure
snmpd.conf so that
snmpd can forward requests without having to implement a custom agent that checks the index, repacks the PDU's and manually sync's it to the target nodes?
NOTE: My MIB has several tables, all of them indexed by the same index and I need to be able to forward all of the requests based on the given index.