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Generating a Report of Routing Table Information

Problem

You need to extract the IP routing table from one of your routers.

Solution

The script in Example 2-2, rt.pl, uses SNMP to extract the routing table from a specified router, and displays this information to standard output (STDOUT). The script expects to find a hostname or IP address of a router on the command line.

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