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NAME

       example_scalar_int - This example merely creates some scalar registrations that allows
       some simple variables to be accessed via SNMP.  More...

   Functions
       void init_scalar_int (void)

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

       This example merely creates some scalar registrations that allows some simple variables to
       be accessed via SNMP.

       In a more realistic example, it is likely that these variables would also be manipulated
       in other ways outside of SNMP gets/sets.

       If this module is compiled into an agent, you should be able to issue snmp commands that
       look something like (authentication information not shown in these commands):

       snmpget localhost netSnmpExampleInteger.0 netSnmpExampleScalars = 42

       snmpset localhost netSnmpExampleInteger.0 = 1234 netSnmpExampleScalars = 1234

       snmpget localhost netSnmpExampleInteger.0 netSnmpExampleScalars = 1234

net-snmp                           example_scalar_int: instantiates a few example scalars.(3snmp)