Originally Posted by Tinkster
If C++ is NOT a must, have a look at Net-SNMP itself. It is a set
of tools *and* libraries with C & Perl development stuff thrown in.
Thanks..yah i cod also use C instead of C++...Regarding Net-SNMP, i have read about it and i only found a tool there that could handle SNMP traps which s the snmptrapd
but the snmptrapd
is just a tool..im looking for a library or function calls that could be used in listening for SNMP Traps in the UDP Port 162. There is a library n Net-SNMP that is for SNMP Traps sending..but for handling and decoding SNMP Traps i still didn't find one. Thanks.