mib2trap usage

2001-07-24 10:08:34
Subject: mib2trap usage
From: "McCarter, Bill" <mccarter_we AT naptheon DOT com>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2001 10:08:34 -0400
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I have been given the following IBM mib to load and the mib2trap command is
not working. It doesn't
give me a error it just doesn't put any addtrap commands into the file, it
does put some comments about
creation date in the baroc file, but no acutal baroc definitions. I have
used mib2trap  before just fine. Thanks in 
advance for any help.

Netview 6.0.2, Solaris 2.6.

mib2trap ibm2100.mib.txt ibm2100.mib ibm2100.baroc

Here's a short version. 


      FROM RFC-1212
      FROM RFC-1215
    Counter, enterprises, TimeTicks
      FROM RFC1155-SMI
    ibmProd, alert
      FROM ibm-mib
    alertType, alertDescription, probableCause
      FROM IbmFaultMgmt-MIB
      FROM RFC1213-MIB;

-- These Extension groups follow the structure of MIB-II
-- Actual definition of MIB Subtree:

ibm                       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { enterprises 2 }
ibmProd                   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ibm 6 }
ibm2100                   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ibmProd 130 }

-- IBM 2100 Storage Server MIB groups
-- The ibm2100 MIB groups contain information that identifies a
-- Storage Server unit, and information that further identifies the
-- cause and unit status that is associated with a Trap message.

ssSystem   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ibm2100 1 } -- system level objects
ssProblem  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ibm2100 2 } -- problem records

-- ******************************************************************

-- Storage Server system group

ssSystemAccess OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Counter
     ACCESS read-only
     STATUS mandatory
         "A count of the number of times this private MIB variable
          is accessed.  For sub-agent test and verify."
     ::= { ssSystem 1 }


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