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#SNMP

TritonMate Words: #SNMP 9.0 Plan

#SNMP Library 8.5 has been published for a while (Feb 22, 2015). https://sharpsnmplib.codeplex.com/releases/view/118578 If you did not yet try it out, it can be easily acquired from NuGet. The focus was primarily set on repackaging, so most of the APIs…

#SNMP Library, Encryption, and Encryption Registration

One user wrote to me recently to ask if I can provide ECCN number of #SNMP Library. I was surprised initially, but later discovered that as a project hosted on both CodePlex and GitHub (US based), and a project with…

#SNMP Pro: Release 1.1 is Out

You probably noticed that #SNMP Library has just been updated to 8.5 and released finally at NuGet.org, http://www.nuget.org/packages/Lextm.SharpSnmpLib/ Of course, #SNMP Pro has an important update too, which I announce at this moment. Yes, it is the 1.1 release of…

#SNMP Update for iOS Unified Projects

Xamarin has sent me several mails regarding how to update component submissions to latest iOS platform. Thus, I made a few changes recently, which you can find at GitHub. Project File Changes I have created several testing projects, and found…

#SNMP and Portable Class Library

Microsoft introduced Portable Class Library (PCL) a very long time ago, so as to support cross platform code sharing (Windows, Windows Phone, Windows RT, Silverlight initially). Xamarin started to support PCL a few months ago, and fully integrated into Visual…

#SNMP Submitted to Xamarin Component Store

You probably noticed that #SNMP repository has been quiet for a while, except a new folder named xamarin_support added in January. Yes, I have been working on official Xamarin support for a few weeks now, though the progress is really…

#SNMP Pro: SharpSnmpPro.Mib Assembly Released

After a few months of baking, today I finally announce that the very first official release of SharpSnmpPro.Mib assembly is now available for purchase. The Wiki pages are going to be updated soon. The final API is similar to the…

#SNMP Pro: Better Performance via Async and More

At Microsoft MVP Summit a few weeks ago, I sat in Lucian’s Async sessions and really enjoyed the contents. (In fact, I were at the same sessions early this February, but at that time I were not able to do…

#SNMP Pro: DateAndTime Syntax Support

Well, I blogged about syntax validation in a previous post, which should be one of the coolest features for SharpSnmpPro.Mib assembly. But there is an interesting story about that untold. The Beginning of DateAndTime Support In fact a very long…

#SNMP Pro: Secrets Behind OBJECT IDENTIFIER

You might sometimes wonder why the shortest OID is 0.0 (aka ccitt.zero). I blogged about that a few years ago, so today I won’t revisit that. It was one day that on StackOverflow.com I came across this question, and started…