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NAME

       SNMP::Info::Layer2::HPVC - SNMP Interface to HP Virtual Connect Switches

AUTHOR

       Jeroen van Ingen

SYNOPSIS

        # Let SNMP::Info determine the correct subclass for you.
        my $hp = new SNMP::Info(
                                 AutoSpecify => 1,
                                 Debug       => 1,
                                 DestHost    => 'myswitch',
                                 Community   => 'public',
                                 Version     => 2
                               )
           or die "Can't connect to DestHost.\n";

        my $class      = $hp->class();
        print "SNMP::Info determined this device to fall under subclass : $class\n";

DESCRIPTION

       Provides abstraction to the configuration information obtainable from a HP Virtual Connect
       Switch via SNMP.

       For speed or debugging purposes you can call the subclass directly, but not after
       determining a more specific class using the method above.

        my $hp = new SNMP::Info::Layer2::HPVC(...);

   Inherited Classes
       SNMP::Info::Layer2

   Required MIBs
       HPVC-MIB
       CPQSINFO-MIB
       HPVCMODULE-MIB

       All required MIBs can be found in the netdisco-mibs package.

GLOBALS

       These are methods that return scalar value from SNMP

       $hp->os()
           Returns 'hpvc'

       $hp->os_bin()
           "cpqHoFwVerVersion.1"

       $hp->os_ver()
           "cpqHoSWRunningVersion.1"

       $hp->serial()
           "cpqSiSysSerialNum.0"

       $hp->vendor()
           hp

       $hp->model()
           "cpqSiProductName.0"

   Globals imported from SNMP::Info::Layer2
       See documentation in "GLOBALS" in SNMP::Info::Layer2 for details.

TABLE METHODS

       These are methods that return tables of information in the form of a reference to a hash.

   Table Methods imported from SNMP::Info::Layer2
       See documentation in "TABLE METHODS" in SNMP::Info::Layer2 for details.

SET METHODS

       These are methods that provide SNMP set functionality for overridden methods or provide a
       simpler interface to complex set operations.  See "SETTING DATA VIA SNMP" in SNMP::Info
       for general information on set operations.