Magnus Fromreide wrote:
> On fre, 2007-12-21 at 11:56 +1100, Ben Nizette wrote:
>> I cannot correctly attached agentx subagents to my snmpd. If attempting
>> to use unix sockets, the attach just fails with "No Checked Transport
>> Domain" but that's fine, they attach just OK over udp.
> Eh, I suppose you are running on windows, right. Windows doesn't AFAIK
> support AF_LOCAL sockets so that is expected in that case.
Actually no, the board is Linux unit based on the AVR32 architecture. I
did check through the kernel configuration, scouting for anything
vaguely unix-socketish and it's all enabled. There may well be
something I'm missing though.
> Now, using UDP do sound a little odd. Me, I would have tried with TCP
> since AgentX do expect a session channel. Does it work any better if you
> try to run AgentX over TCP instead of UDP?
In fact I had tried using TCP and it used to fail with the "no support
for any checked transport domain" cruft. I just got the guy who
compiled net-snmp for me to email across the configure line he used and
for reasons best know to himself, he had added TCP to the
--with-out-transports clause. This has been recitifed, he's been
slapped and the communication now seems to be working just about fine :-)
What ever the problem with sockets is, it's a different one, that
transport was built in. But not to worry.
I donno, if you want something done right, do it yourself eh? ;-)
Thanks for your help