Welcome to SNMP Laboratories

We are a small hobby software development shop aiming at building high-quality, free and open source tools primarily in the area of network management and monitoring.

Our projects

Our expertise and interests somehow revolve around SNMP. We mostly code our stuff in Python. You will notice that momentarily!

  • SNMP Agent Simulator

    The SNMP Agent Simulator tool pretends to be a large network of SNMP-speaking devices. It aims at helping fellow developers and QE people to model the environment their products will work in once released out to the world.

  • SNMP Proxy Forwarder

    The alternative acronym for SNMP is Security? Not My Problem! The SNMP Proxy Forwarder tool tries to improve the security and usability of the SNMP technology in many ways.

    For example it can shield your totally insecure SNMPv1 device from the hostile network by putting this proxy tool in front of it and only expose cryptographically sound SNMPv3 to the world.

  • SNMP library for Python

    The pysnmp project delivers the fully-functional SNMP engine implementation in pure-Python. It support reasonably advanced features such as SNMPv3 and IPv6, can deal with MIB files and it is fully asynchronous internally.

  • SNMP SMI compiler

    With SNMP, the things you can tackle are formally expressed in the SMI language. The SMI compiler can parse those MIB files into Python code or JSON documents for further consumption by pysnmp or other automation tools.

  • ASN.1 types and codecs

    ASN.1 is essentially a data serialisation technology on steroids. Many Internet, security and telecom protocols let alone data formats rely on ASN.1.

    The pyasn1 library deals with ASN.1 data structures in pure Python.

Source code

Our projects source code is hosted at GitHub. Everyone is welcome to fork and contribute back!

License

Our software is distributed under 2-clause BSD License.

Consulting services

Run into a missing feature in our software and consider sponsoring its implementation? Lose no time in getting in touch! Let’s brew some free and open source software together!