Re: [nv-l] Fw: mib2trap error on Unsigned32

2006-02-07 23:26:44
Subject: Re: [nv-l] Fw: mib2trap error on Unsigned32
From: Sue Young <syoung AT westpac.com DOT au>
To: nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2006 15:26:20 +1100

Hi James,

Thanks for your help. You put me on the right track. Something must have been missing from the mib database. I reloaded all imported mibs. There was a problem with the CISCO-TC mib due to Unsigned32 but including cisco-tc-v2smi.mib resolved that issue and mib2trap worked after that. I also had to rename entConfigChange trap. Existing entry used which should be OBJECT-ID EntityMibTraps but the new one being added uses

It's a shame our version of Netview 7.1.3 (Fixpack 3) only shows V1 mibs that are loaded from the gui. I have to use command line for loading all V2 mibs. Is there a command to show what mibs have already been loaded into Netview. I suspect that many of the mibs in our directory haven't actually been loaded (probably because we didn't need them. They've been there for years).

Many Thanks,
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