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How do I select an OID for my MIB

There's nothing stopping you from using another enterprise's OIDs, but that would be inconsiderate. You're supposed to request your own Private Enterprise Number and use that in building your OIDs/...
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How do I select an OID for my MIB

Nothing - In the same way that you can also use 8.8.8.8 as your IP if you don't connect to the internet. It's just a convention to prevent clashes between everyone saying 'ok .1 is mine!' If you want ...
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Why would you add MIBs to a device/agent?

If you have a new type of device that needs to measure new things, you somehow need to tell the SNMP agent what this is and how to find it, so you write a new MIB for this device and add it to your ...
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How to get/retrive the list of Interface, vlans, port id, and mac address in juniper via snmp?

I've done some of this. The OID you want is called the Q-Bridge-II MIB, at 1.3.6.1.2.1.17.7.1.2.2.1.2 -- it returns a list of MAC addresses associated with the logical port those MAC addresses are ...
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How to Determine the Correct OID to Use for Monitoring

From my experience, sadly no, I had to get the MIB and try to find in them the correct thing I need to query. (I used a simple mib browser) For the OID you found, temperature too high, be sure it’s ...
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SNMPTT and MIB files

Put to your snmptt.ini file line mibs_environment = ALL And restart snmptt. See if that helps.
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best practice for device with custom and standard mibs

If you use "We", I assume you do have some colleagues to explain that to you in details. For your customers who are familiar with SNMP concepts, they just need the custom MIB document from ...
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How to Determine the Correct OID to Use for Monitoring

While a MIB browser can indeed help, you can do a lot of parsing with the NET-SNMP snmptranslate command. There are quite a few options, so consult its man page, but here are a couple of examples. Let'...
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iDRAC monitoring with zabbix

mib2zabbix Perl script will generate a Zabbix v3 Template in XML format from an OID tree in a SNMP MIB file. Read more here
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iDRAC monitoring with zabbix

Fill the {$SNMP_COMMUNITY} macro at the host settings.
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Is there any OIDs standard for NAS in MIB tree?

I think you're looking for this http://www.oidview.com/mibs/24681/NAS-MIB.html
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Why is the wrong MIB being used during snmpwalk?

I don't use datadog nor am I an SNMP expert but it seems that 'SNMPv2-SMI::mib-2' is a (sort of) short hand for the first part of your requested OID '1.3.6.1.2.1'. If you follow the previous link you ...
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Understanding SNMP and the configuration file

1) Yes, the object/value pairs in the PDUs are the OID and values. 2) MIBs typically split up into lots of chunks, each describing a different part of the tree. The management server will have a ...
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How to convert lots of MIBs?

The snmpttconvertmib script relies on the the Net-SNMP snmptranslate utility to process the MIB files behind-the-scenes. The snmptranslate tool looks for dependent MIB files in the directories ...

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