[mrtg] Re: snmp oid question

Paul C. Williamson pwilliamson at mandtbank.com
Tue Aug 7 13:58:25 MEST 2001

Turns out that site is somewhat related to Cisco.  Apparently Cisco did not think it was worth of inclusion on their site, so they cast it aside.  http://www.mibcentral.com is for all mibs, and there is a specialized version of it for just cisco products at http://jaguar.ir.miami.edu/~marcus/snmptrans.html.  There's also a way to get answers right from Cisco.  Hey Alex, can you put both these in a VERY obvious place?  


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>>> Alex van den Bogaerdt <alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl> 08/06/01 05:47PM >>>

Garth Williams wrote:
> I replied directly to Paul, but figured I would tell all you MRTGroupies how
> to find out this information.  Remember, this is specific to Paul's OID, so
> substitute your own OID if you need this type of information!!

And you kept this to yourself all the time?  Bet Paul would have found
it on faq.mrtg.org if I'd added it sooner.

> Go to www.mibcentral.com, choose Search, input, select
> Match All Words.  You should then come up with the MIB.


Thanks for sharing!
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