[mrtg] Re: MIB files
kolmstea at centurytel.net
Thu Mar 29 23:06:54 MEST 2001
I think I might have found out my problem. After doing some more digging,
I found on deja.com that if you add .0 at the end of your OID it will
work. I did that I stopped getting the snmpget error that I was previously
My problem was the when I did snmpget on the specific oid it did not find
it, did not know what it was. Even an snmpwalk did not find the OIDs that
I got from GetIF. So I assumed that my Unix box just did not know what the
specific OID that I was looking for was. So I found the "LoadMIB" command
to load the MIB files that I got for the Cache Engine.
I will try your suggestion below. I do know the specific OIDs that I want
and I might make a txt file with them in and just use that instead of the
MIB files that I got from Cisco.
Question though. How did by adding the ".0" at the end of my OID fix my
At 03:41 PM 3/29/01 -0500, Mike Mitchell wrote:
>You'll need to specify the full path for both MIB files
>if they aren't stored in the MRTG WorkDir. The order in
>which the MIBs are loaded is significant, so you should
>load CISCO-SMI.my before loading CISCO-CACHEENGINE-MIB.my.
>What OID are you looking for? If you know the OID number
>already you can always enter it in a file named
>oid-mib-cache.txt in MRTG's WorkDIR like so:
> ifHCInOctets 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.1.1.6
> ifHCOutOctets 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.1.1.10
>From: Keith Olmstead [mailto:kolmstea at centurytel.net]
>Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2001 3:30 PM
>To: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
>Subject: [mrtg] MIB files
>Where are the MIB files located on a Unix install of MRTG?
>I have added the line LoadMIBs:
> and it still does not find the correct OID.
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