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I am attempting to configure event log monitoring to snmp trap "service" on Windows Server.

See: How do I passively monitor the Windows Event Log? &

The front-end for snmptt I use (Centreon) requires a MIB import for it to happily generate snmptt.conf file(s). This point can be mostly disregarded in effort to obtain an answer to my question:

How do I write a MIB file that contains a "wildcard" for all OIDs "below" a certain OID?

I came across simply adding .0 to this, but during testing, it does not seem to work.

Here is more info on configuring snmptt:

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This is still of interest, but instead of struggling, I'm going to use a nagios plugin with nsclient++ to handle the task at hand. – mbrownnyc Aug 23 '11 at 19:00
What exactly are you trying to accomplish? There may be (free) products out there that can accomplish this. Are you trying to collect Windows event logs via SNMP? – Lucky Luke Feb 18 '12 at 22:16
I was trying to monitor event logs, and using the native SNMP stuff offered by Microsoft, the OID of each trap sent are some of the contents of a the given event. You could handle the above condition with a script tied into snmptt. But it's much easier to use nsclient++ – mbrownnyc Feb 20 '12 at 0:07

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