08-02-2016 07:59 AM
Where I can download the MIBS for this OID:
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08-03-2016 12:51 AM
Those OIDs are not referenced into MIB files and product documentations.
What specifics objects are you trying to pull?
From Brocade website: http://my.brocade.com, you will be able to download MIB files associated to FOS versions and also FOS MIB reference files for the different FOS releases.
08-03-2016 06:46 AM
Yes I know that... we are using the MIBS from FOS 6.3.2b and 6.2.2e, but we are reciving this traps
See the word file with the image https://www.dropbox.com/s/tz9c2i2r4nkm4li/Doc1.docx?dl=0
08-03-2016 07:46 AM
Those OIDs are customized OIDs.
Because Fabric OS releases prior to v5.2.0 used to show the Enterprise Field in the swTraps from the sysObjectID (set using config variable "snmp.sysObjectID"), the Enterprise field will not always be resolved to "sw". If the sysObjectID is changed by user the Enterprise field in the trap will show some unresolved value.
To resolve this issue, beginning with the v5.2.0 release the SNMP configuration variable snmp.trapEnterpriseFlag lets you define the way that the Enterprise field displays.
Select either the previous behavior in which the Enterprise field is taken from sysObjectID or the new behavior in which the value in the Enterprise field will always be "sw":
* Set the value of this variable to 0, to use the sysObjectID.
* Set the value to 1 to use the fixed enterprise value, "sw" (18.104.22.168.4.1.1522.214.171.124.1.)
There is no FOS command to do this, but the value can be changed by editing the config file as follows:
Perform a configupload, then change the following values and configdownload:
08-03-2016 07:53 AM
For example: 126.96.36.199.4.1.15188.8.131.52.72 is the designed value for NC5480 (which should be IP@10.107.12.59)
08-03-2016 10:51 PM
You can also ask your switch provider for deliver the specific MIB.