[mrtg] Re: snmp doesn't seem to retrieve data

Chris Morris CHRIS.MORRIS at innogy.com
Thu Sep 20 17:15:42 MEST 2001

The MIB file I have came with the squid package as is /etc/squid/mib.txt

Also squid.conf needs entries like :

acl snmppublic snmp_community public

snmp_port 3401

snmp_access allow snmppublic 

otherwise you get the SNMP Error: no response received  message

Chris Morris
Unix Services
Platform Services Team
Information Systems Department
Innogy Plc

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> Subject:	[mrtg] Re: snmp doesn't seem to retrieve data
> Chris, Cliff,
> Thanks for spending time on my problem.
> 1/ Regarding LoadMIBs parameter. I have no *mib file anywhere on my linux
> box. I made a file myself from oid-mib-cache.txt > ft100m.mib.
> Would this do also, it contains the following info :
> acheHttpHits
> cacheClientHttpRequests
> cacheServerInKb
> cacheServerOutKb
> 2/ Cliff remarked that I use port 161 in stead of 3401. This is true
> however
> it is port 3401 in my squid. 
> I found that in /etc/services snmp is configured on port 161. I changed
> this
> to 3401. Also the .pm file in the library mentionned port 161.

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