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Subject: [NV-L] SNMP v2 Browsing
From: "Marcelo Zacchi" <mzacchi@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Sep 2008 10:08:05 -0300
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NV users,

I have been trying to make this work for quite some time, so I have decided to try the list before going to the IBM support.
The problem is that I am having trouble collecting a SNMPv2 MIB information from a Switch. The variable is Counter64, that technically should work, right?
The OID is: .

When I try to browse it using the xnmbrowser2 I receive the "no value(s) returned for query" message;
When I try to snmpwalk it (using Netview's snmpwalk) I receive
snmpwalk  xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx .
no MIB objects contained under subtree.
But, if I snmpwalk it using the native snmpwalk, I can reach it:
snmpwalk.linux -v2c -c AAAAAA  xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx .
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises. = Counter64: 95599235177

Is anyone able to see what I am missing here?

Thanks a lot in advance,

Marcelo Zacchi
IT Support Analyst
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