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PSL SNMP built-in functions

PSL contains a variety of functions that support SNMP. For more detailed information about these functions, see PSL Built-in Functions.

The following table lists these functions and provides a brief description of each. The list includes SNMP agent and SNMP Manager functions.


PSL functions for SNMP support

PSL built-in function

Purpose

snmp_agent_config()

Verify whether SNMP support is active or inactive.

snmp_agent_start()

Start the agent's SNMP subagent.

snmp_agent_stop()

Stop the agent's SNMP subagent.

snmp_close()

Close a session used for SNMP get/set access.

snmp_config()

Report on sessions currently open.

_snmp_debug()

Control internal agent SNMP debugging features.

snmp_get()

Perform an SNMP get action on a MIB object, using an open session.

snmp_get_next()

Perform an SNMP "get next" action on a MIB object, using an open session.

snm_h_set()

Perform an SNMP set action on a MIB object using a brief session.

snmp_h_get_next()

Perform an SNMP "get next" action on a MIB object using a brief session.

snmp_h_set()

Perform an SNMP set action on a MIB object using a brief session.

snmp_open()

Open a new session to be used for get, set, and get next operations.

snmp_set()

Perform an SNMP set action on a MIB object, using an open session.

snmp_trap_ignore()

Ignore traps incoming to the PATROL SNMP subagent.

snmp_trap_listen()

Start recording incoming traps to the PATROL SNMP subagent.

snmp_raise_std_trap()

Raise the standard PATROL trap.

snmp_trap_receive()

Read the traps that were accumulated from incoming traps to the agent.

snmp_trap_register_im()

Change or read the list of SNMP managers registered to receive PATROL traps.

snmp_trap_send()

Send an SNMP trap with full control over its format.

snmp_walk()

Perform an SNMP walk operation on a MIB using an open session.

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