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hi friends,
i have a dought regarding snmp agent anf snmpc manager.
environment for running an agent is Linux.
ad snmpc manager is on Windows.
i installed SNMPc manager in windows. and i am running tha agent in Linux.
when ever i am browsing the particular object in the manager, it is saying that SNMP Unknown Object Identifier.
i did nt understand where is the mistake.
checked everything .
if any any body can give ur suggestons what ur thinking. it is helpfull for me.
Jul 16 '07 #1
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Chrisjc
375 256MB
hi friends,
i have a dought regarding snmp agent anf snmpc manager.
environment for running an agent is Linux.
ad snmpc manager is on Windows.
i installed SNMPc manager in windows. and i am running tha agent in Linux.
when ever i am browsing the particular object in the manager, it is saying that SNMP Unknown Object Identifier.
i did nt understand where is the mistake.
checked everything .
if any any body can give ur suggestons what ur thinking. it is helpfull for me.

If you could give alittle more details I may be of some help to you.
Jul 16 '07 #2
If you could give alittle more details I may be of some help to you.


ya shure and thanks for reply.
The Agent is running in one system, and SNMPc Manager is running in another system. through SNMPc Manager i am accessing objects of the AGent by selecting the MIB Browser. In the MIB Browser i am selecting one object and pressing the GET button , instead of giving the details of that object, it is giving an ERROR MSG: Unknown SNMP Object Identifier.
I think it is unable to match that Object Where i am unable undestand.
u can give as many suggetons as possible. i will chek it out.
Jul 17 '07 #3
Chrisjc
375 256MB
Sorry for the late reply..

not all OIDs are supported by all software as in.. there could be a standard OID for free disk space on drive D but if there is no drive D it will error.
Using this as an example...

Also have you tryed walking the server yet?
If you are unsure of what a walk is incase you dont know... it finds any snmp OIDS it supports... most of the time thats built into the mib browser though.

So my question to you now is what software are you running?
Jul 19 '07 #4
hi friends,
i have a dought regarding snmp agent anf snmpc manager.
environment for running an agent is Linux.
ad snmpc manager is on Windows.
i installed SNMPc manager in windows. and i am running tha agent in Linux.
when ever i am browsing the particular object in the manager, it is saying that SNMP Unknown Object Identifier.
i did nt understand where is the mistake.
checked everything .
if any any body can give ur suggestons what ur thinking. it is helpfull for me.
chinnakanna,my suggestion is that,the SNMP software is not compactible to the system you are using the Linux. thank you.
Jul 20 '07 #5
Chrisjc
375 256MB
I agree with Nas... But still list it and if you havent do a walk... but more then likely that is the case.
Jul 20 '07 #6
chinnakanna,my suggestion is that,the SNMP software is not compactible to the system you are using the Linux. thank you.

Thanks for the reply and ur suggetion.
Aug 10 '07 #7
I agree with Nas... But still list it and if you havent do a walk... but more then likely that is the case.
Hi Chrisjc, thanks for the reply.
if i get any dought i will post. and i think definetly u will give suggetion for me
Aug 10 '07 #8
Chrisjc
375 256MB
Hi Chrisjc, thanks for the reply.
if i get any dought i will post. and i think definetly u will give suggetion for me
your welcome

the best I can =)

let me know
Aug 14 '07 #9

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