On 03/05/07, Senthil Nathan wrote:
> When i make the SNMP Get request on first columnar object for say ALARMID
> thro adventnet MIbBrowser, it retrived
> the 20 intances of that alarmID
> alarmID.1:-->1234
> alarmID.2:-->1234
> alarmID.3:-->1234
> .
> .
> .
> alarmID.18:-->1234
> alarmID.19:-->1234
> alarmID.20:-->1234


Are you sure this is a GET request?
It sounds suspiciously like a sequence of GETNEXT requests,
walking this column of the table.

In which case, you will indeed see the agent wrap over to the next
column of the table (or the next table in the MIB). That's inherent
in how SNMP walking works.

Dave

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