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Aug
7
comment SH conditional redirection
You are right. This link gives me an answer. Sorry for not being able to find it before. Really thanks.
Aug
7
awarded  Scholar
Aug
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accepted SH conditional redirection
Aug
6
comment SH conditional redirection
I don't need it to go backward. I just want to have the evaluation going asortedly on across my script without need to ifing or evaling everywhere. This script is meant to run on a constrainded embedded device where scripts go really slow. I feel it must be a trick for this. Thanks!
Aug
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asked SH conditional redirection
Feb
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awarded  Supporter
Feb
2
comment NET-SNMP Proxy on Table Instance
I don't know either how I should translate the index sent in an SNMP OID using another server that is not SNMP. I am starting to think that I'll not be able to hide from receiving a request through a custom SNMPd agent and manually forwarding it to the target node (building a new PDU). I'll think a bit more on choices like yours, anyway. Thanks!
Feb
2
comment NET-SNMP Proxy on Table Instance
The target node is located from a local function, getNodeIP( node_index ), in my example. The gateway node knows about the internal IPs and can get this information based on the OID index sent. This gateway must keep the topology invisible to the outside, answering as a single device with multiple "features".
Feb
1
comment NET-SNMP Proxy on Table Instance
Using the snippet given in net-snmp forum, I could issue a GET on elementFeature1 for node 3 with OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.a.b.c.d.1.1.1.2.3. The agent must forward the request internally after retrieving the internal node IP address (using a getNodeIP( 3 ) function that is available on the "gateway" node). The request is sent from outside to the gateway on IP 10.0.0.100, and forwarded to the node on 192.168.0.3 in the masked network. Is this what you expected as an example?
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awarded  Promoter
Jan
26
asked NET-SNMP Proxy on Table Instance