Installing and running ModSnmp
To install ModSnmp under Windows, download and execute the file modsnmp3.14_setup.exe. You can then run ModSnmp from the Start menu or by using the desktop icon.
To install ModSnmp under Linux, download the file modsnmp3.14.jar and put it in any convenient directory. You can then run ModSnmp using the command:
java -jar modsnmp3.14.jar
You will, of course, need to use the full pathname for
it's not in your current directory. You will probably want to create a
shortcut, launcher, shell script, or whatever to save you having to keep
typing the above command.
You will initially need to run ModSnmp with a GUI in order to register and configure it. If the computer that you want to run ModSnmp on does not have an X-server, you should use ssh to login to the ModSnmp computer from a computer that does have an X-server. You can then use ssh to tunnel the ModSnmp GUI output to the X-server.
Since ModSnmp is written in Java, you will need a copy of the Java JRE (version 6 or later) in order to run it. If you are unable to run ModSnmp, try the command:
If you get an error from this command, then you do not have the JRE installed, and you will have to download it from Oracle.
Before you can use ModSnmp you will need to get a registration key.
If you have any problems setting up the Java environment, installing ModSnmp, getting a registration key, or using ModSnmp, please email us at and we will do our best to help.
If you are reporting a bug, please give a full description of what you
were doing and what went wrong. Include all the information displayed
Help->About dialog, and also any output that was
sent to the command window.