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#! /usr/local/bin/perl eval '(exit $?0)' && eval 'exec /usr/local/bin/perl $0 ${1+"$@"}' && eval 'exec /usr/local/bin/perl $0 $argv:q' if 0; #==================================================================== # # QUERY MAC ADDRESSES FROM 3COM SWITCH # # The following program automatically gets a list of MAC # addresses on a 3com switch and which port each address # is on using Ethernet MIB:dot1dTpFdbTable. # # NOTE: Portions of this code used from David M. Town <dtown@cpan. +org> # table.pl # #==================================================================== use strict; use Net::SNMP qw(snmp_dispatcher oid_lex_sort); #=== Setup session to remote host === my ($session, $error) = Net::SNMP->session( -hostname => $ARGV[0] || 'localhost', -community => $ARGV[1] || 'public', -port => $ARGV[2] || 161 ); #===================================== #=== Was the session created? === if (!defined($session)) { printf("ERROR: %s\n", $error); exit 1; } #================================== #=== OIDs queried to retrieve information ==== my $TpFdbAddress = '1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.1'; my $TpFdbPort = '1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.2'; #============================================= #=== Print the returned MAC addresses === printf("\n== MAC Addresses: %s ==\n\n", $TpFdbAddress); my $result; if (defined($result = $session->get_table(-baseoid => $TpFdbAddress))) + { foreach (oid_lex_sort(keys(%{$result}))) { printf("%s => %s\n", $_, $result->{$_}); } print "\n"; } else { printf("ERROR: %s\n\n", $session->error()); } #========================================== #=== Print the returned MAC ports === printf("\n== MAC Ports: %s ==\n\n", $TpFdbPort); my $result; if (defined($result = $session->get_table(-baseoid => $TpFdbPort))) { foreach (oid_lex_sort(keys(%{$result}))) { printf("%s => %s\n", $_, $result->{$_}); } print "\n"; } else { printf("ERROR: %s\n\n", $session->error()); } #============================================= #=== Close the session and exit the program === $session->close; exit 0;

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