smiquery - query single information from SMI MIB modules


   smiquery [ -Vh ] [ -p module ] command name


   The smiquery program is used to query information on a single item from
   an  MIB  module,  e.g.  module  meta  information  or  a  single   type


   -V, --version
          Show the smiquery version and exit.

   -h, --help
          Show  a  help  text  and exit. The help text lists all available

   -p module, --preload module
          Preload the module module before reading the main  module.  This
          may  be  helpful  if  an incomplete main module misses to import
          some definitions.

   command name
          This specifies the kind  of  information  to  retrieve  (module,
          imports,  revisions,  node,  parent, compliance, index, members,
          children, type, or macro) and the item to retrieve.

   The module in question is searched along a path, which  is  initialized
   by the SMIPATH environment variable or by /usr/share/mibs if SMIPATH is
   not set. Files with a .sming extension are expected to be  (old-style!)
   SMIng  module  files.  Files  with  a  .my or without any extension are
   expected to be SMIv1/v2 module files.


   This example queries for information on the node  ifNumber  defined  in
   the module IF-MIB.

     $ smiquery node IF-MIB::ifNumber
          MibNode: IF-MIB::ifNumber
          Type: Integer32
      Declaration: OBJECT-TYPE
         NodeKind: scalar
        Access: read-only
        Status: current
      Description: The number of network interfaces (regardless of their
             current state) present on this system.


   The   libsmi(3)   project   is   documented   at  http://www.ibr.cs.tu-


   (C) 1999-2004 F. Strauss, TU Braunschweig, Germany  <strauss@ibr.cs.tu->

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