[mrtg] Re: Problem with AS5200 mib set
kyle.maxwell at telops.gte.com
Fri Aug 20 17:32:28 MEST 1999
The leading . is important because it specifies the OID path as an absolute path, not relative.
Systems Engineer (Firewall Security)
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From: "Kevin Sheard" <kevin.sheard at kingston-internet.net>, on 8/20/99 10:30 AM:
I'm not sure why there is a dot (.) at the start, but this is how I saw the mib
and it seems to work (active modems/inactive modems) on a 5300.
Perhaps the first dot is ignored, anyway>
"Landa, Brian" wrote:
> Does anyone have the MIB set for the lines/modems usage this is what I have.
> It does not work, the AS5200 have ver IOS 11.3 if that helps with 48 asyn
> ports .I went to the Cisco site and went to ftp.cisco.com and looked to see
> if their was a mib set for this. I could not find one.
> 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.0&22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.0:public at 10.0.0.1
> Brian Landa
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