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SNMP through Java API

 
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Hi I am using JDK 1.4.2 ,
I want to perform SNMP throgh Java class..
Please tell me what api should i use to get best performance..
right now i am using the OS command in Java class but the performance is very slow.. so please tell me any SNMP api with best performance..

Thanks in advance,
Vijay
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

A quick Google search shows plenty of SNMP libraries, both open source and commercial. Have you tried any of those?
 
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I have tried SNMP4J in our project. It is pretty simple and robust. You can find it at SNMP4J
 
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Hi,

Try adventnet webnms. Its having a tutorial and help forum also. For further details, visit the following URL
Adventnet webnms

bye for now
sat
 
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