I cannot help you with these OEM MIBs but you do know of course that trapd
decodes the trap in rather exhaustive detail and tells you everything you
need to know to define it, enterprise id, specific trap number, how many
variables and what each was bound to. So could just use xnmtrap (UNIX) or
Trap Settings (NT) and do it by hand in the matter of a minute or two.
Team Leader, Level 3 Support
Tivoli NetView for UNIX and NT
Karsten.Schweiger@email@example.com on 12/14/2000 08:19:40 AM
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Subject: [NV-L] Avaya (lannet) mibs
In a customer environment we tested a Avaya switch for different purposes.
Avaya we got all supportet MIBs for this switch but they haven't any
or NOTIFICATION-TYPE definitions. The problem is, the switch is sending
that netview can't resolve. The enterprise ID for this traps is
With netview comes a lannet.mib but this MIB hasn't any TRAP-TYPE
too. Does somebody know where I get this lannet MIBs for Cajun P333T?
On Avayas web side we got only those MIBs we have, but not the necessary
Thanks in advance.
Mit freundlichen Gruessen - Yours sincerely
Dr. Karsten Schweiger
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