At the moment, when I register my first application (App1), it is now well
registered and an snmpwalk on my table gives me now the values I expect:
GEN-MONITORING-MIB::genServerName.1 = STRING: "Test1"
GEN-MONITORING-MIB::genServerProductName.1 = STRING: "Test2"
GEN-MONITORING-MIB::genServerHostname.1 = STRING: "Test3"
GEN-MONITORING-MIB::genServerPID.1 = Gauge32: 1500

But, now, I'm not able to register a new server. (I will debug my second
server to see what's going on)

>From: "Dave Shield"
>To: "Arnaud BODENAN"
>Subject: Re: multiple Sub-agents managing the same table
>Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2006 13:32:03 +0100
>On 05/09/06, Arnaud BODENAN wrote:
>>What is nsRegistryTable? I look in the source code of net-snmp and I do
>>find any occurence of nsRegistryTable.

>My apologies. It's actually the 'nsMibRegistry' group
>(containing the 'nsModuleTable').
>It lists all the MIB object that have been registered with the master

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