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OID(3)                User Contributed Perl Documentation               OID(3)


NetSNMP::OID - Perl extension for manipulating OIDs


use NetSNMP::OID; my $oid = new NetSNMP::OID('sysContact.0'); if ($oid < new NetSNMP::OID('ifTable')) { do_something(); } my @numarray = $oid->to_array(); # appending oids $oid = new NetSNMP::OID('.1.3'); $oid += ".6.1"; # -> . # appending index strings $oid2 = $oid + "\"wes\""; # -> . $oid3 = $oid + "\'wes\'"; # -> . $len = $oid3->length(); # -> 7 # retrieving indexes from an oid: $arrayref = $tableoid->get_indexes()


The NetSNMP::OID module is a simple wrapper around a C-based net-snmp oid (which is an array of unsigned integers). The OID is internally stored as a C array of integers for speed purposes when doing comparisons, etc. The standard logical expression operators (<, >, ==, ...) are overloaded such that lexographical comparisons may be done with them. The + operator is overloaded to allow you to append stuff on to the end of a OID, like index segments of a table, for example. EXPORT int snmp_oid_compare(oid1, oid2) int compare(oid1, oid2)


Wes Hardaker, <hardaker@users.sourceforge.net>


SNMP, perl. Copyright Copyright (c) 2002 Networks Associates Technology, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.20.3 2014-12-08 OID(3)

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