Probably the most widely used SNMP implementation for Linux and other UNIX systems is NET-SNMP  and was originally conceived at Carnegie-Mellon University Wes Hardaker, a system administrator at the University of California in Davis, continued developing the code and first published it under the name UCD-SNMP (Version 3.0).
With version 5.0 the project finally got the name NET-SNMP. But various distributions still call the package UCD-SNMP, in part because it contains version 4.2, in part because the maintainer has simply not gotten around to renaming it.
NET-SNMP consists of a set of command line tools, a graphical browser (
tkmib), an agent (
snmpd, see 11.2.2 The NET-SNMP daemon in page 238) and a library, which now forms the ...