In order to enhance the SNMP discovery definition for a particular device, Hyperview support has requested that I supply an SNMP Walk from the device. How do I perform an SNMP Walk so that I can attach it to a support ticket and enhance discoveries for an asset?
Hyperview uses SNMP walks to enhance device definitions, to model and support devices that are discoverable with the SNMP protocol. The snmpwalk file is used to simulate the device and to test definitions.
The net-snmp package is the preferred method for performing SNMP walks and will generate the data in a format that is easily supported. You can install the net-snmp and net-snmp-utils packages on Linux systems.
SNMPv1 Walk Example:
snmpwalk -v2c -c public -ObentU 192.168.10.10 . > /snmpwalks/newrackpduv1.snmpwalk
SNMPv3 Walk Example:
snmpwalk -v3 -l authPriv -u username -a SHA -A "password" -x AES -X "password" -ObentU 192.168.10.10 . > /snmpwalks/newrackpduv3.snmpwalk
Obtaining SNMP Walks Docs - https://docs.hyperviewhq.com/auto-discovery/topics/advanced-discovery-topics.html#obtaining-snmp-walks
Net-snmp Resources - http://www.net-snmp.org/wiki/index.php/TUT:snmpwalk