On 13/11/2007, Mike Ayers wrote:
> The key is "(Sub-id not found: (top) -> sysUpTime)", which means
> that the program does not understand the meaning of "sysUpTime".


Indeed.
(Hence my questions about MIB files).


> I get the same result:
>
>
> $ snmptranslate -Le sysUpTime
> sysUpTime: Unknown Object Identifier (Sub-id not found: (top) -> sysUpTime)


Please remember that snmptranslate is the only tool that does not
use "random lookup" by default.
Try
snmptranslate -IR sysUpTime

If that works, then I'd expect

snmpget .... sysUpTime.0

to be able to translate this into a numeric OID, and at least
get as far as sending the request (even if the remote agent
might not respond).

My suspicion is that PoWah has a configuration where
none of the tools are picking up the MIB files at all.

Dave

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