[mrtg] Re: OID - English translations

Neil Calvert ncalvert at cabletron.com
Fri Feb 18 17:18:40 MET 2000

You can't translate from a mib walk. You need an ASCII copy of the
actual mib. I would check Bay (Nortel)'s website or call their support
staff. They should have copies of their Mibs on hand that you can import
into a mib browser.


-----Original Message-----
From: Drouillard, Ken <ken at ivey.uwo.ca>
To: 'MRTG Mailing List' <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Date: Friday, February 18, 2000 11:09 AM
Subject: [mrtg] OID - English translations

>Hey all...
>If I do an snmpwalk on a Baystack 28115 (me again) I get a list of 3300
>so values....great so far. When I telnet into this switch I can view
>port traffic statistics. Some of the numbers in the snmpwalk match
>with the port traffic stats gathered when in a telnet
>the OID that matches the port traffic must be the "port traffic" OID to
>monitor through MRTG? Does this make sense?
>If yes, how do I translate the OID to an English readable format?
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