SNMP agent

Chandrashekhar eeicmui@REDACTED
Wed Aug 18 12:24:13 CEST 1999

Martin Bjorklund wrote:
> Chandrashekhar <eeicmui@REDACTED> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> >   Suppose two erlang nodes are active on the same machine and
> >   both have SNMP app active on them, and both these apps use
> >   the same SNMP configuration. If a request arrives, will both
> >   of these nodes act on it?? Assuming both have loaded the same
> >   MIB.bin files.
> No; since a single UDP port cannot be shared between two
> OS-processes, you can't start two agents on the same host,
> using the same UDP port.

Yes - thats what I could expected. But I could start two nodes
as I have described above. I started two erlang nodes and started
snmp on both of them using the same configuration. I'm stumped.


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