On 9/26/06,
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wrote:

> However, when trying to walk the whole tree, SNMPd doesn't jump into
> the tree-section controlled by my 'pass'-program. So:
>
> $ snmpwalk -v2c -c public 10.0.0.11 .1
>
> Yeilds all other SNMP values but skips my section (.1.3.6.1.4.1.26124.42.2.1.1)
>
> How am I to let SNMPd know where my tree is located so that the SNMPd
> will respond with a correct 'next' OID?


Problem solved.. The error was in my snmpd.conf where the PASS
directive was pointing on subtree 'short', ie. it was pointing to:
'.1.3.6.1.4.1.26124.42.2.1'.

So, a dummy mistake in the configuration, I apologize

Kind regards
/Jesper

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