[mrtg] Re: Help
David C Prall
dcp at dcptech.com
Fri Oct 22 16:42:08 MEST 1999
> To all,
> I am having a problem with a MIB string value. I am trying to use a
> MIB for Input and Output errors on an interface for a Cisco Catalyst
> We need this for a 5503, 2924, and a 1900 (which is why I'm trying to
> generic one). I have looked on the Cisco FTP Website and cannot find a
> for this. So I used an SNMP Walk utility. The MIB string for what I
> I have tried writing it like this (thinking that I may have misplaced
> forgot something):
> perl cfgmaker
> .188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.1.14.0&.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.1.20.0:wh05there at 10.1.1.4 >
> perl cfgmaker
.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.1.14&.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.1.20:wh05there at 10.1.1.4
> > 2924.cfg
> The only thing is that I still get an error! What am I doing wrong?
> those of you who are good with MIB's for Cisco can you help me at all?
> will give any of you who ask, a really good SNMP Walk utility for NT
> can help. (I don't want to take help without giving it as well). I am
> on this one. This is a true MIB value and technically it should work
> Thanks for any help in advance.
You can't use a specific OID with cfgmaker.
Use cfgmaker as usual and then create a new target ID for the specific
David C Prall, MCNE MCSE DCP Technologies
dcp at dcptech.com Alexandria, VA
dcppage at dcptech.com http://www.dcptech.com
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