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defaults <action>

Manage the default options stored in the SNMP4J-CLT config file in your home 
directory. <sub-command> is one of 'list', 'reset', and 'save'.
Options:
-A    authPassphrase        Set the authentication pass phrase for 
                            authenticated SNMPv3 messages.
-CB                         Display brief column headers. Common prefixes will 
                            be dropped.
-CH                         Do not display column headers.
-Cb   bufferSize            The number of table rows to buffer before computing
                            column sizes.
-Cc   columnWidth           Print table columns with specified character width.
-Cf   columnSeparator       Separate table columns with the specified separator
                            string. The table is printed in compact form. By 
                            default columns are separated by spaces and 
                            aligned.
-Ch                         Display only column headers.
-Ci                         Prepend the index for each printed row.
-Cil  lowerBoundIndex       Set the lower bound index for TABLE operations.
-Ciu  upperBoundIndex       Set the upper bound index for TABLE operations.
-Cl                         Left justify all cells when printing a table.
-Cn   non-repeaters         Set the non-repeaters field for GETBULK PDUs. It 
                            specifies the number of supplied variables that 
                            should not be iterated over. The default is 0.
-Cr   max-repetitions       Set the max-repetitions field for GETBULK PDUs. 
                            This specifies the maximum number of iterations 
                            over the repeating variables. The default is 10.
-Cw                         Specify the line width when printing tables
-Dn                         Do not use any default option values stored in 
                            config.
-E    contextEngineID       Set the context engine ID used for the SNMPv3 
                            scoped PDU. The authoritative engine ID will be 
                            used for the context engine ID, if the latter is 
                            not specified.
-L    license key           Specify license and associated key. The license 
                            info will be saved in the SNMP4J-CLT config file in
                            your home directory. Enter each license part 
                            enclosed in quotes, for example by '-L "b6 80 4d 68
                            3a 8 c0 f4" "O?fWO-3s"'
-M    mibRepositoryPath     Set the path to the MIB repository to be used to 
                            resolve object names (OIDs) and parse/format object
                            values ('repository' is the default). The 
                            repository directory must contain compiled MIB 
                            modules files only.
-Msmi mibRepositoryPath     Set the path to the MIB repository to be used to 
                            resolve object names (OIDs) and parse/format object
                            values ('repository' is the default). The MIB 
                            repository directory must contain SMI MIB files 
                            (v1/v2). The file names of the MIB files have to 
                            match their MIB module name or there has to be a 
                            properties file named 'module-index.properties' 
                            which maps to the module file by 
                            '<modulename>.path=<path>' entries.
-Ors  maxSizeRespPDU        The maximum size of the response PDU in bytes.
-OtCSV                      For each SNMP row received exactly one row of comma
                            separated values will printed to the console where 
                            the first column contains the row index.
-Otd                        Activates dense table operation mode which improves
                            table retrieval performance on regular (dense) 
                            tables. This option must not be used with sparse 
                            tables.
-OttCSV                     Same as -OtCSV except that each row's first column 
                            will report the current time (millis after 
                            1.1.1970) when the request has been sent.
-Ta   agentAddress          Set the agent address field of a V1TRAP PDU. The 
                            default value is '0.0.0.0'.
-Te   enterpriseOID         Set the enterprise OID field of a V1TRAP PDU.
-Tg   genericID             Set the generic ID for SNMPv1 TRAPs (V1TRAP). The 
                            default is 0 (coldStart).
-To   trapOID               Sets the trapOID (1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.4.1.0) of an 
                            INFORM or TRAP PDU. The default is 
                            1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.1.
-Ts   specificID            Set the specific ID for V1TRAP PDU. The default is 
                            0.
-Tu   upTime                Set the sysUpTime field of an INFORM, TRAP, or 
                            V1TRAP PDU.
-Y    privacyPassphrase     Set the privacy pass phrase for encrypted SNMPv3 
                            messages.
-a    authProtocol          Set the authentication protocol used to 
                            authenticate SNMPv3 messages. Valid values are MD5 
                            and SHA.
-bc   engineBootCount       Set the engine boot count to the specified value 
                            greater or equal to zero. Default is zero.
-c    community             Set the community for SNMPv1/v2c messages.
-d    debugLevel            Set the global debug level for Log4J logging 
                            output. Valid values are OFF, ERROR, WARN, INFO, 
                            and DEBUG.
-e    engineID              Set the authoritative engine ID of the command 
                            responder used for SNMPv3 request messages. If not 
                            supplied, the engine ID will be discovered.
-h    windowSize            Set the window height in rows. If the value is 
                            greater than zero, every windowSize rows the user 
                            is prompted to continue output. Default is zero.
-l    localEngineID         Set the local engine ID of the command generator 
                            and the notification receiver used for SNMPv3 
                            request messages. This option can be used to avoid 
                            engine ID clashes through duplicate IDs leading to 
                            usmStatsNotInTimeWindows reports.
-m    mibModuleName         Load the specified MIB module from the MIB 
                            repository specified by the -M option. The 
                            mibModuleName can be a regular expression, e.g. use
                            'SNMPv2-.*' to load all MIB modules in the 
                            repository that start with 'SNMPv2-'.
-n    contextName           Set the target context name for SNMPv3 messages. 
                            Default is the empty string.
-r    retries               Set the number of retries used for requests. A zero
                            value will send out a request exactly once. Default
                            is 1.
-s                          Suppress any output on stderr (silent mode).
-t    timeout               Set the timeout in milliseconds between retries. 
                            Default is 1000 milliseconds.
-u    securityName          Set the security name for authenticated v3 
                            messages.
-v    1|2c|3                Set the SNMP protocol version to be used. Default 
                            is 3.
-w    consoleWidth          Specifies the width of the console output, default 
                            is 80 characters.
-y    privacyProtocol       Set the privacy protocol to be used to encrypt 
                            SNMPv3 messages. Valid values are DES, AES 
                            (AES128), AES192, AES256, and 3DES(DESEDE).


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