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The AsnAny structure contains an SNMP variable type and value. This structure is a member of the RFC1157VarBind structure that is used as a parameter in many of the SNMP functions.

typedef struct {
BYTE asnType;
union {
// RFC 1155 SimpleSyntax (subset of ISO ASN.1)
AsnInteger number;
AsnOctetString string;
AsnObjectIdentifier object;

// ISO ASN.1
AsnSequence sequence;

// RFC 1155 ApplicationSyntax
AsnIPAddress address;
AsnCounter counter;
AsnGauge gauge;
AsnTimeticks ticks;
AsnOpaque arbitrary;
} asnValue;
} AsnAny;  

Members

asnType
Indicates the variable's type. This member can be only one of the following values:

Value

Meaning

Printed as

ASN_INTEGER

Indicates an integer variable.

%ld(long)

ASN_OCTETSTRING

Indicates an octet string variable.

putchar <oct>

ASN_OBJECTIDENTIFIER

Indicates an object identifier variable.

.1.2.3.4

ASN_SEQUENCE

Indicates an ASN sequence variable.

ASN_OCTET STRING

ASN_RFC1155_IPADDRESS

Indicates an IP address variable.

157.578.160

ASN_RFC1155_COUNTER

Indicates a counter variable.

%lu (unsigned log)

ASN_RFC1155_GAUGE

Indicates a gauge variable.

%lu (unsigned log)

ASN_RFC1155_TIMETICKS

Indicates a timeticks variable.

%lu (unsigned log)

ASN_RFC1155_OPAQUE

Indicates an opaque variable.

0x5 ox3 ox

ASN_RFC1213_DISPSTRING

Indicates a display string variable.

ASN_OCTET STRING

asnValue
Contains the variable's value. This member can be only one of the following:

Value

Meaning

number

Accesses an integer variable

string

Accesses an octet string variable

object

Accesses an object identifier variable

sequence

Accesses an ASN sequence variable

address

Accesses an IP address variable

counter

Accesses a counter variable

gauge

Accesses a gauge variable

ticks

Accesses a timeticks variable

arbitrary

Accesses an opaque variable

For more information, see RFC 1155.

See Also

RFC1157VarBind

See:

See also:


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