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Well my previous application is finished. I was developing a configuration conversion and management tool for our Cisco farm.

But now i have a new task: I am trying to develop a program to manage the ports with. With manage i mostly mean "read out information and display it for administrative purposes". Maybe when things run smoothly i'll move to SNMP writing.

Anyhow, is it possible to use SNMP with AutoIT. If so, are there examples for it? I don't really care if it needs a .dll file or activeX component, as long as it's working..

Suggestions anyone?

p.s. Yes i have searched and No i haven't found a single bit of information i'm looking for.



Ok i have found some VBS code:

Set wmiLocator = CreateObject("WbemScripting.SWbemLocator")
wmiLocator.Security_.ImpersonationLevel = 3
Set wmiService = wmiLocator.ConnectServer(, "root\snmp\localhost")
Set wmiContext = CreateObject("WbemScripting.SWbemNamedValueSet")
Set strNamedValue = wmiContext.Add("AgentAddress", "")
Set strNamedValue = wmiContext.Add("AgentReadCommunityName", "public")

Set mibDataObjects = wmiService.ExecQuery ("Select * from SNMP_RFC1213_MIB_ifTable", , , wmiContext)
wscript.echo "Count: " & mibDataObjects.count
' Read SNMP values
For Each mibDataObjecta In mibDataObjects
wscript.echo "=============================="
            For Each mibDataObject in mibDataObjecta.Properties_
                        If Not IsNull( mibDataObject.Name ) Then
                                    str = mibDataObject.Name
                                    str = str & " == "
                                    str = str & mibDataObject.Value
                                    WScript.Echo str
                        End If
wscript.echo "=============================="

This displays a lot but doesn't display the real description (like Room 2-12). Anyhow how can i get this to work with AutoIT?

Edited by Sypher

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