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       snmptable [common arguments] [options] tableID


       Snmptable  is  an  SNMP  application that uses the GETNEXT
       Request to query for information on a network entity.  The
       tableID must specify an SNMP table.

       snmptable has the following special options:

       -Cf F  F is a string used to separate table columns.  With
              this option, each table entry will  be  printed  in
              compact  form,  just with the string given to sepa­
              rate the columns (useful if you want to  import  it
              into  a  database).   Otherwise  it  is  printed in
              nicely aligned columns.

       -Cw W  W specifies the width of the lines when  the  table
              is printed.  If the lines will be longer, the table
              will be printed in sections of max W characters.

       -Ci    this option prepends the index of the entry to  all
              printed lines

       -Cb    brief heading. Any common prefix of the table field
              names will be deleted

       -CB    don't use GETBULK requests to retrieve  data,  only


       $ snmptable localhost public at.attable

       SNMP table: at.atTable

       atIfIndex   atPhysAddress   atNetAddress
               1  8:0:20:20:0:ab

       $ snmptable localhost public -Cf + at.attable

       SNMP table: at.atTable



       The test for tableID actually specifying a table is rather
       heuristic.  Note also, that the test requires the defining
       MIB file to be loaded.

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