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Westhawk's SNMP stack in Java

Westhawk SNMP is a lightweight SNMP stack in Java, with Java applet, application, and servlet examples. The stack provides manager functionality for SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 (authentication and privacy). It is capable of sending and receiving PDUs, but has limited agent functionality. The stack supports IPv6.


Recent releases

  •  29 Mar 2006 10:35

    Release Notes: The stack is able to listen for incoming requests (and no longer for traps only). The stack is able to listen on multiple ports for requests and traps. Contexts (incoming and outgoing) can be bound to a local bind address. A separate package that contains a new and experimantal Stub Browser was released. Support for DateAndTime text convention was added to AsnOctets. A MultiSourcePdu that can do broadcast requests was added. Built-in support for IPv6 was added. Built-in support for "Reliable SNMP" was added.

    •  20 Nov 2002 11:15

      Release Notes: A major performance problem caused by a synchronized(this) block in was fixed.

      •  12 Nov 2002 05:27

        Release Notes: The trap listener can now be stopped, and Pdu.waitForSelf() or the BlockPdu now handle timeouts correctly. SnmpContextPool and SnmpContextv2cPool no longer will throw a ClassCastException when both SNMP versions were used with the same parameters. Thread safety in the SnmpContext*Pool classes was improved, and a problem where '1' was not recognized as an OID was fixed.


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