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.TH smixlate 1  "June 18, 2006" "IUB" "SMI Tools"
smixlate \- translate SMI/SPPI identifiers
.B smixlate
.B "-Vhm"
] [
.BI "-c " file
] [
.BI "-p " module
] [
.BI "-l " level
.I "module(s)"

The \fBsmixlate\fP program is used to translate identifiers and
especially OIDs into a more human readable format.
\fB-V, --version\fP
Show the smixlate version and exit.
\fB-h, --help\fP
Show a help text and exit.
\fB-r, --recursive\fP
Report errors and warnings also for recursively imported modules. 
\fB-c \fIfile\fB, --config=\fIfile\fP
Read \fIfile\fP instead of any other (global and user)
configuration file.
\fB-p \fImodule\fB, --preload=\fImodule\fP
Preload the module \fImodule\fP before reading the main
module(s). This may be helpful if an incomplete main module misses to
import some definitions.
\fB-l \fIlevel\fB, --level=\fIlevel\fP
Report errors and warnings up to the given severity \fIlevel\fP. See
the smilint(1) manual page for a description of the error levels. The
default error level is 3.
\fB-a, --all\fP
Replace all OIDs including OID prefixes. Without this option, smixlate
will only translate OIDs with a corresponding notification, scalar,
column, row, or table definition.
\fB-f, --format\fP
Preserve the input format as much as possible by inserting/removing
white space characters.
.I module(s)
These are the modules to be loaded for the subsequent translation. If
a module argument represents a path name (identified by containing at
least one dot or slash character), this is assumed to be the exact
file to read. Otherwise, if a module is identified by its plain module
name, it is searched according to libsmi internal rules. See
\fBsmi_config(3)\fP for more details.
This example translates numeric OIDs in the input text into a more
human readable format.

  $ echo "what is this oid?" | \    
    ./smixlate -l 0 /usr/local/share/mibs/ietf/*
  what is this oid? ifType

.BR libsmi (3)
project is documented at
.BR "" "."
(C) 2006-2006 J. Schoenwaelder, International University Bremen, Germany
and contributions by many other people.