>Thanks for the info, actually I'd already found 58 mib files for Xylan
>Omniswitch from ftp://archives.xylan.com/pub/products/mibs, found the
>link from http://www.snmplink.org/, however, I could not import the
>mibs to MRTG successfully.
Realize that "importing" or whatever the MIB files into MRTG only gives
you the option of using the human readable symbolic names, instead of the
numeric OID's. The output is the same. I'm not sure what you expect to
happen, but it's not very impressive. I prefer the numeric OID's.
Quote:>I'd tried adding xylan.mib, xylan-atm.mib and xylan-csm.mib... into the
>MRTF.CFG file as follows :
You need to specify all of them as in:
Quote:>But unfortunately after restarting the MRTG, there were no new OIDs
Ummm, where are these OID's suppose to appear? If you were using a MIB
browser, I could understand the problem, but MRTG just requires a
specified target and returns a value. It doesn't return an OID.
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