Welcome to PySNMP Documentation
Welcome to the official documentation for PySNMP, a comprehensive SNMP ecosystem for Python that has been empowering developers and network administrators to build SNMP-based applications for over two decades. PySNMP offers a rich set of libraries/tools enabling SNMPv3 and IPv6 support, MIB file handling, and asynchronous operations, all implemented in pure Python.
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an essential method for managing and monitoring network devices. PySNMP leverages this protocol, combined with the power and simplicity of Python, to provide a versatile SNMP engine suitable for a wide range of applications.
Full SNMPv1, v2c, and v3 Support: Including advanced features such as user-based security model (USM) and view-based access control model (VACM).
IPv6 Ready: Full support for managing IPv6 devices.
Asynchronous Operation: Built to handle large networks and asynchronous operations efficiently.
MIB Handling: Compile MIBs into Python modules for easy access to named OIDs.
Extensible Architecture: Easily extend PySNMP with custom functionality to fit your specific needs.
New to PySNMP? Start here to understand the basics and set up your SNMP environment:
The core PySNMP library implements the SNMP engine in Python. Its source code is hosted at GitHub https://github.com/lextudio/pysnmp/.
Tools and Utilities
A variety of tools and utilities have been developed to help you manage and monitor your network devices.
PySNMP is an open-source project, and contributions are welcome. Visit our GitHub repository to fork, submit PRs, or report issues.
PySNMP is freely available under terms that allow for both personal and commercial use. Learn more about the PySNMP license in the License.