FYI...just found what I was looking for: snmpd -X -x tcp:localhost:705

On 5/31/2012 1:01 PM, Rob Morton wrote:
> Hi,
>     All references I can find on net-snmp-5.5 seem to state that to run
> net-snmp as a subagent, you provide -X as an option to
> mention of a TCP port to connect to though...and also no mention of "--X
> <port>" as an option neither...
>     So, I'm confused...what am I missing?  Could someone point me to a
> web page (other than the one below) which telss me how to connect
> net-snmp to my snmp4j AgentXMasteragent-based snmp agent...
> Thanks,
> Rob
> On 5/2/2012 3:26 PM, Frank Fock wrote:
>> Hi Rob,
>> See the FAQ at:
>> Best regards,
>> Frank
>> Am 02.05.2012 20:46, schrieb Rob Morton:
>>> Hi,
>>>       I have a product which uses snmp4j agent as master agent.  The
>>> product shuts down the snmp stack on the OS (Solaris 10 or Red Hat
>>> Linux).  We would, however, like to have the OS snmp stack available as
>>> a sub-agent to our snmp4j-based master agent.  I have read in many
>>> instances where Franck Fock has recommended using snmp4j's agent as
>>> master and making sma a sub-agent...but I can't find any detailed
>>> procedure to do so.
>>>       Could someone provide this procedure or point me in the right 
>>> direction?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Rob

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