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snmp_set_enum_print

(PHP 4 >= 4.3.0, PHP 5, PHP 7)

snmp_set_enum_print Return all values that are enums with their enum value instead of the raw integer

Description

snmp_set_enum_print ( int $enum_print ) : bool

This function toggles if snmpwalk/snmpget etc. should automatically lookup enum values in the MIB and return them together with their human readable string.

Parameters

enum_print

As the value is interpreted as boolean by the Net-SNMP library, it can only be "0" or "1".

Examples

Example #1 Using snmp_set_enum_print()

<?php
 snmp_set_enum_print(0);
 echo snmpget('localhost', 'public', 'IF-MIB::ifOperStatus.3') . "\n";
 snmp_set_enum_print(1);
 echo snmpget('localhost', 'public', 'IF-MIB::ifOperStatus.3') . "\n";
?>

The above would return

      
 INTEGER: up(1)
 INTEGER: 1

Notes

Note:

snmp_set_enum_print() is only available when using the UCD SNMP library. This function is not available when using the Windows SNMP library.

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