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Download Kiwi Syslog Server MIB

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Updated: August 25, 2016


Kiwi Syslog Server has the ability to parse SNMP traps using its own built-in MIB database. Most of the MIBs from the major networking vendors are contained in the database already. If you would like to add more MIBs, please open a support ticket.

Note: This only applies to the full version only.


  • All versions of Kiwi Syslog Server (full license)



We recompile the MIB database with additional vendor MIBs as we receive them. Download the latest build of the database from the links below:


To install the new MIB database on your system:

  1. Run the installer. It will install the new MIB database into the \MIBs folder (this is located in C:\Program files\Syslogd\MIBs).
  2. Restart Kiwi Syslog.
  3. If you are running the service edition, use the Manage menu to stop and restart the service.
  4. You can also download the text file containing detailed information about the MIBS included in the database.


You may find that some OID values are not being resolved correctly. If this is the case, locate the file "UnknownOIDs.txt" in the \MIBs subfolder and send it in the supporting documentation with your support ticket. We will use this file as part of the database compiling process to ensure that all the required OIDs are included. If you have access to the MIB file from the device that is sending the messages, please zip this up and include it as well. Once the MIB database has been recompiled we will upload it to the web site and notify you via e-mail.




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