[Fusioninventory-user] Agentless windows discovery

David DURIEUX d.durieux at siprossii.com
Wed Jan 5 20:21:42 UTC 2011

Le Wed, 05 Jan 2011 13:34:07 +0100
Durieux David <d.durieux at siprossii.com> a écrit:

>Require to add a little code into the plugin. Perhaps with snmp data,
>we can create a xml and sens it to lib (local inventory)... we must
>make specifications in a wiki page for thid

I have begin specifications page :

You can complete it this datas and oid you have in the snmpwalk


>Walid nouh <walid.nouh at gmail.com> a écrit :
>>On 05/01/2011 13:14, Guillaume Rousse wrote:
>>> Le 05/01/2011 11:03, Flyinvap a écrit :
>>>> Hi,
>>>>    Is-it possible to discover Windows computers only with SNMP ?
>>>> fusioninventory seems to use SNMP only for network devices.
>>>>    I can't install anything on Windows servers but snmp agent is
>>>> active some I would like to use it.
>>> You can discover (there is something at adress x.y.z) any kind of
>>> host with a tcp/ip stack on your network using either snmp, nmap,
>>> or netbios (provided you have the relevant perl module on the agent
>>> conducting the scan). However, the only way to identify those hosts
>>> (something is a cisco switch), and to inventory them (it has 4
>>> cpus, and 48 network ports) thereafter is to use snmp, with a
>>> suitable description model in fusioninventory.
>>> AFAIK, there is no such model for windows hosts.
>>You're right Guillaume. For the moment inventory of computers using
>>SNMP is not supported.
>>David could tell you better than me what needs to be done to
>>implement it.
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