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It's the same code, but different issues. Khen suggested I turn on debugging for the no response issue, which appears to be host specific. For that, I'll put a sniffer on the wire as you suggest, but I'm not good at reading those. I think my current problem with why Net::SNMP doesn't do what I want is the following:

SolarWinds will do a MIB walk, starting on the branch OID that I specified and I'm assuming that's how it 'discovers' the other device specific OIDs. What I'm trying to do with Net::SNMP is essentially the same thing, but I now understand that the get_request and get_bulk_request methods are for known OIDs rather than a MIB walk. So it may turn out that Net::SNMP can't do a MIB walk? At this point I don't understand enough of the module to know for sure. I'll keep working on it and hopefully people will post back with other useful pointers for me.

Regards,
Scott

In reply to Re^2: Net::SNMP get_bulk_request Not Working by spickles
in thread Net::SNMP get_bulk_request Not Working by spickles

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