MIB Walker Download


Using the MIB Walker

SNMP the MIB Walker Download allows you to walk through a MIB to determine which objects it contains. To do this, select Tools> SNMP MIB Walker. MIB Walker automatically navigates through the hierarchy of an SNMP Management Information Base (MIB) and shows which objects it contains. To open the SNMP MIB Walker, select Tools> SNMP MIB Walker. 

If you are running the mode for the first time, the setup screen appears, allowing you to select and configure MIB Walker profiles. Select the device or in click New Device to configure a new device. The MIB walker profile creation dialog box contains the following controls.

After a Defined Profile ( MultiplePprofiles):

1. Select a MIB Walker profile.
2. By default, the initial OID for walking will be 1.3.6.1.4.1. If you prefer to have your MIB march start from another OID, enter OID at startup or use a drop-down arrow if you've recently used another starting point.
3. 1.3.6.1.4.1 The root of the proprietary part of the MIB tree. A walk from 1.3.6.1.4.1 will provide information on specific OIDs. To get information from standard OIDs, start walking from 1.3.6.1.2.1.
4. Click the Start button to begin.
5. The MIB Walker of the SNMP Extension will pass through all high branches of the MIB tree (starting with the first OID) and display the results in the Walk Network Device MIB Table Viewer.

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Profile name
  • Then choose a descriptive name that will be meaningful to you.

IP address
  • Allows you to enter the IP address to use for the profile.

Community
  • Allows you to enter the community for a profile (public or private).

SNMP version
  • Lets you select the SNMP version.

First OID
  • Lets you enter the first OID.

Comment
  • This allows you to enter comments on the walk.

Select Current SNMP Devices Button

Allows you to select an SNMP device to create a MIB profile from a list of SNMP devices predefined or discovered by the Observer. Select the View Tree button from the Walk Agent MIB dialog box Displays the Walk Agent MIB Tree Viewer. The Walk Agent The MIB Tree Viewer displays the structure even if it is not the values ​​of the discovered MIB tree.

Setting Values

One of the main uses of the MIB Walker and the Walk Agent List Viewer is to allow you to discover the SNMP agent by setting values ​​to see what the different values ​​have on the actual device, and to make sure that the objects are writable in MIB Walker Download.

  • To set a value, double-click any object in the Walk Agent List Viewer. The Set Value dialog box appears. Before attempting to make any changes, note the current value so you can restore the device to its original state.

  • In the Value box, type an appropriate real or test value.

  • Click the Set Value button. The SNMP Extension will attempt to set the given OID to the entered value.

  • If the attempt to set the value is successful, the dialog box reappears with the Status line that says Complete. Be sure to use the correct value type when setting the value. If you try to set an integer SNMP value to a character string (for example, Bob), it is set to zero.
  • If the attempt to set the value fails, an error dialog box appears, and the Status line in the Set Value dialog box is read Failed instead of Done.

After Completing this Task:

Failure can be for one or both of the two reasons: The MIB object you are trying to set is Read Only and cannot be reset or Device You do not have the appropriate read-write community name for this device.

SNMP MIB Walker

The MIB Walker can be accessed by selecting an SNMP device from the SNMP Agents pane and clicking Tools> SNMP MIB Walker.
  • To walk through an agent MIB, right-click the desired SNMP Agent on the SNMP Agent pane, and select Network Device MIB Walk.
  • By default, the initial OID for walking will be 1.3.6.1.4.1. If you prefer to have your MIB march start from another OID, enter the first OID or use the arrow if you've recently used another starting point. Note that 1.3.6.1.4.1 is the root of the special part of the MIB tree. A walk from 1.3.6.1.4.1 will provide information on specific OIDs. To get information from standard OIDs, start walking from 1.3.6.1.2.1.
  • Click the Start button to begin.
  • The MIB Walker of the SNMP Management Console will pass through all the high branches of the MIB tree (starting with the first OID) and display the results in the Walk Network Device MIB Walker Download Table Viewer.

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