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SNMP probe help?

Hello to all:

I wish to perform a deteiled snmp probe of my home system which is on a
cable modem, along with my parents', also on a cable modem.

I have WinNT 4.0 Server, WinNT 2000 Pro, Slackware Linux 7.0, and OpenBSD
2.8 on a LAN via a LinkSys 8-port DSL/Cable gateway/router.  My parents
are on a Linksys 4-port DSL/cable gateway router.

What program(s) can I use for a detailed blind probe, assuming I know
nothing of the remote site?

I don't currently have X running on any machine, and I have the full suite
of MSDN utilities for either/both my NT 4 Server and/or Win2K Pro boxes.

Thanks in advance.


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