This the JNetMan project, a Java framework for effortless development of SNMP-based, proactive, network management applications.
The author and current maintainer is Carmelo Cascone, you can drop him a line at carmelo [dot] cascone [at] gmail [dot] com
This project was initiated by the need to manage network devices in a fairly exotic use case.
The purpose of JNetMan is to offer an open architecture and a set of libraries (API) for the remote management of network devices using the SNMP protocol. By offering an high-level abstraction of the network topology and MIB-specific management operations, JNetMan can be used used as a base for the development of more specific management applications.
This software is published under the Apache License 2.0. For details see the included LICENSE file.
The project has the following external dependencies:
If you are developing or using JNetMan, we encourage you to join the mailing lists. The list is a great place for questions, comments, or experiences and we’ll also use it for announcements from time to time