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Guidelines and examples

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Review the following table for examples of valid input for the MIB Table to download field.

MIB Table to download field

Description

RFC1213-MIB:system

MIB-II system tree

1.3.6.1.2.1.1

Numeric OID equivalent to RFC1213-MIB:system

hrSWRunTable

Running software from the Host-Resources MIB

ipInReceives & next 16

IP Statistics

ICMP

ICMP statistics from RFC-1213

tcpRtoAlgorithm & Next 11 & tcpInErrs & tcpOutRsts

TCP Statistics

etherStatsTable

RMON Ethernet Statistics

frCircuitTable

Frame Relay circuits

bgpPeerTable

BGP peer table

ifPhysAddress

MAC addresses for all interfaces on a device

hrSWInstalledTable

Installed software

OLD-CISCO-MEMORY-MIB:freeMem & Next 39 & bufferHgSize & Next 7

Cisco Buffers

cdpCacheTable

Cisco Discovery Protocol table

tcpConnTable

TCP connection table

  • You can add Next X, where X represents the number of OIDs to return. The Cisco Buffers in the previous table of examples provides an excellent example of the Next X syntax.
  • Each OID can be fully qualified with the MIB Name, a colon, and the OID name. Or, you can provide only the MIB tree.

For common OID names that could exist in multiple MIBs, include the MIB Name when specifying the value. For example, system exists in RFC1213-MIB, HP-UNIX, INTEL-GEN-MIB, and the Apple Macintosh MIB, therefore specify the MIB when retrieving the value: RFC1213-MIB:system or HP-UNIX:system or INTEL-GEN-MIB:system.

Valid formats for the OID name are provided in the following table:

MIBName:OIDName

RFC1213-MIB:system

OLD-CISCO-MEMORY-MIB:freeMem

Numeric OID

1.3.6.1.2.1.1

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.27.1.1.2

OIDName

tcpConnTable

cdpCacheTable

 
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