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Shamelessly (ab)using NET-SNMP shell commands for a quick-and-dirty Python SNMP lib

Why

  • I’m not fond of the pySNMP API

  • snimpy requires loading libffi-dev and libsmi-dev (i.e. root privs) on the system

  • It’s fast enough

Usage

Be sure you have MIB files loaded on your system. You can download them from Cisco’s FTP site like this… wget ftp://ftp.cisco.com/pub/mibs/v2/MIB-NAME.my

from shellsnmp.Poller import SNMP

snmp = SNMP(community='public', host='172.16.1.3')
status, time = snmp.bulkwalk(mibfile='/path/to/IF-MIB.my',
    oidspec='ifOperStatus')

Note that only bulkwalk() has been implemented at this time.

Installation

pip install shellsnmp

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