SNMP is a unified protocol of network monitoring and network device management. All active network devices support SNMP. Besides that, SNMP is supported by major operational systems and a large number of network applications.
SnmpWalk allows you to detect a set of variables that are available for reading on an individual device. You can obtain a full list or just part. By analyzing the results of a network device scan obtained with SnmpWalk, you can develop a list of supported MIBs and, in this way, obtain full descriptions of variables and possible values. Besides that, MIB documents contain information about SNMP variables that are available only for writing. After analyzing information retrieved with SnmpWalk from hardware or software SNMP sources, you can use SnmpSet and SnmpGet tools to change and obtain values.
The value of SnmpWalk is not limited to only the SNMP analysis of supported features. This tool can efficiently get SNMP tables and read whole sections of variables. This mainly refers to tables that are often used for presenting statistical and status information.
SnmpWalk is a command-line tool, which makes possible its use in scripts. This tool supports modern IPv6 in addition to the standard IPv4. Moreover, SnmpWalk allows you to use a simple version of SNMPv1/SNMPv2c and also supports a safe version of SNMPv3.
- Supports SNMP v1/v2c and SNMpv3
- Supports IPv4 and IPv6
- Full or partial SNMP variables tree
- Exports to CSV file
- Command line interface (CLI)
- Any type of SNMP variables
- Various Auth. & Privacy protocols
- Windows XP-10 compatible
SnmpWalk.exe [-q] -r:host [-p:port] [-t:timeout] [-v:version] [-c:community] [-ei:engine_id] [-sn:sec_name] [-ap:auth_proto] [-aw:auth_passwd] [-pp:priv_proto] [-pw:priv_passwd] [-ce:cont_engine] [-cn:cont_name] [-os:start_oid] [-op:stop_oid] [-csv] -q Quiet mode (suppress header; print variable values only). -r:host Name or network address (IPv4/IPv6) of remote host. -p:port SNMP port number on remote host. Default: 161 -t:timeout SNMP timeout in seconds (1-600). Default: 5 -v:version SNMP version. Supported version: 1, 2c or 3. Default: 1 -c:community SNMP community string for SNMP v1/v2c. Default: public -ei:engine_id Engine ID. Format: hexadecimal string. (SNMPv3). -sn:sec_name SNMP security name for SNMPv3. -ap:auth_proto Authentication protocol. Supported: MD5, SHA (SNMPv3). -aw:auth_passwd Authentication password (SNMPv3). -pp:priv_proto Privacy protocol. Supported: DES, IDEA, AES128, AES192, AES256, 3DES (SNMPv3). -pw:priv_passwd Privacy password (SNMPv3). -cn:cont_name Context name. (SNMPv3) -ce:cont_engine Context engine. Format: hexadecimal string. (SNMPv3) -os:start_oid Object ID (OID) of first SNMP variable to walk. Default:.1 -op:stop_oid Object ID (OID) of last SNMP variable to walk. Default: walk to the very last variable. -csv Output in CSV (Comma Separated Values) format.
SnmpWalk.exe -r:MainRouter -csv > output_file.csv SnmpWalk.exe -r:10.0.0.1 -t:10 -c:"admin_rw" -os:.188.8.131.52.2.1.1 SnmpWalk.exe -r:"::1" -v:3 -sn:SomeName -ap:MD5 -aw:SomeAuthPass -pp:DES -pw:SomePrivPass -os:.184.108.40.206.2.1 -op:.220.127.116.11.2.65535 -q
SnmpWalk is free for non-commercial use and/or as a part of non-commercial solutions by third-party companies. More detailed license agreement can be found in ReadMe.txt delivered with the product.