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The .1.3.6 MIB tree is generic except for vendor-specific MIB .1.3.6.1.4.1, not all parts of the MIB tree will be implemented by or necessarily relevant to all devices. The most common subtree is MIB-II which is anything beneath .1.3.6.1.2 or therabouts. Your OID is part of vendor-specific with vendor 2021 which seems to be some sort of host MIB.


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There appear to be two primary open and free methods for accepting SNMP traps via Sensu: https://github.com/warmfusion/sensu-extension-snmptrap https://github.com/cloudant/sensu-trapd They both appear to operate in a similar manner (by receiving SNMP and translating the source of the message into a Sensu Just In Time Client, and creating a Sensu event ...



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