The IP address of the entity.
A textual description of the entity (sysDescr.0)
The uptime of the entitys SNMP agent (sysUpTime.0)
The sum of received packets on all interfaces (ifInUCastPkts.* + ifInNUCastPkts.*)
The sum of transmitted packets on all interfaces (ifOutUCastPkts.* + ifOutNUCastPkts.*)
The number of IP input packets (ipInReceives.0)
The number of IP output packets (ipOutRequests.0)
snmpstatus -c public -v 1 netdev-kbox.cc.cmu.edu
will produce output similar to the following:
[188.8.131.52]=>[Kinetics FastPath2] Up: 1 day, 4:43:31
Interfaces: 1, Recv/Trans packets: 262874/39867 | IP: 31603/15805
snmpstatus also checks the operational status of all interfaces (ifOperStatus.*), and if it finds any that are not running, it will report in a manner similar to this:
2 interfaces are down!
If the network entity has an error processing the request packet, an error packet will be returned and a message will be shown, helping to pinpoint in what way the request was malformed. snmpstatus will attempt to reform its request to eliminate the malformed variable (unless the -Cf option is given, see below), but this variable will then be missing from the displayed data.
COMMON OPTIONS Please see snmpcmd(1) for a list of possible values for COMMON OPTIONS as well as their descriptions. -Cf By default, snmpstatus will try to fix errors returned by the agent and retry a request. In this situation, the command will display the data that it can. If the -Cf option is specified, then snmpstatus will not try to fix errors, and the error will cause the command to terminate.
|V5.7.3||SNMPSTATUS (1)||25 Jul 2003|