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Hello monks! I have the following script:
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Net::SNMP; my ($session, $error) = Net::SNMP->session(Hostname => '', Community => 'testcommunity', port => 161) or die "Session: $!\015\012"; my $ram = $session->get_request("") + or die "get_request ram: $!\015\012"; my $uptime = $session->get_request("") +or die "get_request uptime: $!\015\012"; my $drive1 = $session->get_request("") + or die "get_request drive1: $!\015\012"; my $processes = $session->get_request("") + or die "get_request processes: $!\015\12"; $session->close; print "RAM: ".$ram->{""}."\015\12"; print "Uptime: ".$uptime->{""}."\015\012"; print "Drive 1: ".$drive1->{""}."\015\012"; print "Processes: ".$processes->{""}."\015\012";
The script is executed under linux, the target host is a windows machine. There are no errors, but the output is just
RAM: Uptime: Drive 1: Processes:
When I try the same script under windows (with target host "localhost") the values are returned correctly. Where is my mistake? Thanks in advance!

In reply to snmp script with perl by MacScissor

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