SNMP Tools. SNMP Software Debugging and Testing.
SNMP Send/Receive utility (SRU) is very helpful for SNMP software developing, debugging and testing.
It is also an excellent SNMP learning and investigative tool.
The utility has a simple and intuitive graphic user interface that helps saving time and
avoiding time consuming programming when experiments are required. With its help a developer can create
and send SNMP requests in a matter of seconds and analyze outgoing and incoming SNMP messages.
SNMP Send/Receive Utility
SRU replaces SNMP Sender and SNMP Tracer utilities. The key features of the utility are:
SRU and SNMP Forwarder utility are using the same trace file format so captured SNMP messages can be saved to disk and
subsequently loaded for offline analysis by both utilities.
- SNMP v1, v2c and v3 support
- Advanced intuitive user interface
- Flexible configuration of the SNMP messages to send
- SNMP target transport and security parameters configuration
- Local SNMP engine configuration
- Enhanced encryption options: triple DES, AES-128, AES-192 and AES-256
- Intuitive user friendly display of outgoing and incoming SNMP messages
- Compiled MIB database used for decoding SNMP messages and specifying variable bindings for outgoing SNMP messages
SNMP Message Configuration
Provides an easy way to construct
SMI v1 (SNMP v1) and SMI v2 (SNMP v2c and v3) messages. The messages can then be sent to
SNMP targets using SNMP v1, v2c or v3 protocol.
The MIB compiler database can be used to simplify including variables
in the message varbind list and also decoding incoming and outgoing SNMP messages.
The SNMP messages can be saved to disk and then loaded. This feature can
be used for building a set of tests especially useful for the regression testing.
The SNMP target configuration allows easily switch between SNMP targets with different
transport and security parameters.
The comprehensive summary and detail message field display alows to display SNMP message details: header
fields and variable types, object identifiers and values even for encrypted SNMP v3 with properly configured security parameters.