Snmpcheck is an open source tool distributed under GPL license. Its goal is to automate the process of gathering information of any devices with SNMP protocol support (Windows, Unix-like, network appliances, printers…). Like to snmpwalk, snmpcheck allows you to enumerate the SNMP devices and places the output in a very human readable friendly format. It could be useful for penetration testing or systems monitoring.

snmpcheck permits to enumerate information via SNMP protocol. It allows enumeration (hardware, software, network) of any devices with SNMP protocol support. It could be useful for penetration testing or systems monitoring.


snmpcheck supports the following enumerations:

  • contact
  • description
  • detect write accessi
  • devices
  • domain
  • hardware and storage informations
  • hostname
  • IIS statistics
  • IP forwarding
  • listening UDP ports
  • location
  • motd
  • mountpoints
  • network interfaces
  • network services
  • processes (glance at parameters!)
  • routing information
  • software components
  • system uptime
  • TCP connections
  • total memory
  • uptime
  • user accounts

About printers enumeration:

  • filename
  • username
  • client
  • timestamp
  • domain
  • application name
  • application command



snmpcheck -t <IP address>


        -t : target host;

	-p : SNMP port; default port is 161;
	-c : SNMP community; default is public;
	-v : SNMP version (1,2); default is 1;
	-r : request retries; default is 0;

	-w : detect write access (separate action by enumeration);

	-d : disable 'TCP connections' enumeration!
	-T : force timeout in seconds; default is 20. Max is 60;
	-D : enable debug;
	-h : show help menu;


cyborg@cyborg:~$ snmpcheck -t -c public v1.8 - SNMP enumerator
Copyright (c) 2005-2011 by Matteo Cantoni (

 [*] Try to connect to
 [*] Connected to
 [*] Starting enumeration at 2015-09-08 15:41:35

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