Subject: A necessary evil: SNMP From: Reyk Floeter Date: 2007-12-12 Tags: blog OpenBSD snmpd SNMP is the „Simple Network Management Protocol“ and is commonly used in corporate networks, by network vendors, and in network management systems (NMS). I wrote an own implementation for OpenBSD because I was not satisfied with the complexity of the existing open source implementations, most importantly net-snmp. The result is snmpd, a small, clean and secure SNMP agent that is especially written for OpenBSD. The initial version just supported SNMPv2, but v3-support was contributed about 5 years later. ---- [Read more on undeadly...](http://www.undeadly.org/cgi?action=article&sid=20071205120138)