I am the author of NetHorus, a Network Management System written in Ruby, using
Rails, and originally written in PHP/perl.
There are several limitations in Ruby's SNMP support, most notably in MIB
parsing. For anything but simple single-OID GETs, this is is a significant
problem. MIB files contain, amongst other things:
* Structure information about table constructs
* Syntax information for returned OIDs (units, enumerations etc.)
* Descriptions of OIDs
Is anyone working on enriching the SNMP support to include MIB intelligence,
possibly using the existing libsnmp from Net-SNMP?
Peter Hicks | e: email@example.com | g: 0xE7C839F4 | w: www.poggs.com
A: Because it destroys the flow of the conversation
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