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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!

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