Re: Where could we obtain DEC OpenVms 6.2/7 file MIB
We are using TCPWARE to run TCP/IP between our OpenVMS systems. We are also
wondering where to find the "private" MIBs for OpenVMS to be able to monitor
our systems using SNMP. Does your reply mean that there are no "private" MIBs
for OpenVMS 6.2/7 or does it mean that you do not know where they are? Does
your reply mean that we have to get "Digital TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS Alpha"
in order to get the "private" MIBs?
The URL you referenced does not appear to reference MIBs at all the closest it
comes to the subject of MIBs is the mention of SNMP in a short paragraph.
SNMP Extensible agent (eSNMP)
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) provides support for
management. Extensibility means that an agent can support multiple
implementation has an agent, two subagents, and an Applications
I ask your forgiveness for not understanding. Please clarify your reply.
Senior Software Engineer
From: Otto Fuetterer[SMTP:Otto.Fuetterer AT DIGITAL DOT COM]
Sent: Tuesday, July 14, 1998 1:36 AM
Subject: Re: Where could we obtain DEC OpenVms 6.2/7 file MIB
OpenVMS does not come with an IP stack installed by default. You need to
select amoung several products.
You can install TCP/IP Service for VMS, thats the product from digital
You can have TGV Multinet or Proces Software.
The Digital stuff does suport MIB-II and the Host Resources MIB and has a
Have a look at
> From: Luis Romero Huerta[SMTP:koldor AT JET DOT ES]
> Reply To: Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on NetView
> et alia
> Sent: Dienstag, 14. Juli 1998 00:24
> To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU
> Subject: Where could we obtain DEC OpenVms 6.2/7 file MIB
> Hi all:
> Could anybody tell us how could we download a "private" file MIB
> to manage DEC OpenVms Version 6.2 or 7 Systems? We use the
> same method to manage Unix Systems and it work well and fine.
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