(PHP 4, PHP 5)
snmp3_walk — Fetch all the SNMP objects from an agent
snmp3_walk() function is used to read all the values from an SNMP agent specified by the hostname.
Even if the security level does not use an auth or priv protocol/password valid values have to be specified.
The hostname of the SNMP agent (server).
the security name, usually some kind of username
the security level (noAuthNoPriv|authNoPriv|authPriv)
the authentication protocol (MD5 or SHA)
the authentication pass phrase
the privacy protocol (DES or AES)
the privacy pass phrase
If NULL, object_id is taken as the root of the SNMP objects tree and all objects under that tree are returned as an array.
If object_id is specified, all the SNMP objects below that object_id are returned.
The number of microseconds until the first timeout.
The number of times to retry if timeouts occur.
Returns an array of SNMP object values starting from the object_id as root or FALSE on error.
Example #1 snmp3_walk() Example
$ret = snmp3_walk('localhost', 'james', 'authPriv', 'SHA', 'secret007', 'AES', 'secret007', 'IF-MIB::ifName');
Above function call would return all the SNMP objects from the SNMP agent running on localhost:
array ( 0 => 'STRING: lo', 1 => 'STRING: eth0', 2 => 'STRING: eth2', 3 => 'STRING: sit0', 4 => 'STRING: sixxs', )
- snmp3_real_walk() - Return all objects including their respective object ID within the specified one