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MIB tables required by User Device Tracker for Layer 2 information

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The attached diagram shows the tables required by User Device Tracker (UDT) for retrieving layer 2 information from devices. Users can use this diagram and compare it to a RFC list provided by the vendor of their device. Doing this will help determine if the device supports the retrieval of layer 2 information.

Note: For a larger version of the following diagram, perform a right click and save the image to your computer. Once saved, open the image with a photo viewer. 

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