On 31/01/2008, Bharma Ji wrote:
> I am running netsnmp 5.0.7 on FreeBSD 4.6.2.


First of all, 5.0.7 is a very old release.
It is not even the most recent version of the 5.0.x code,
and this line is no longer being maintained anyway.

The IF-MIB support has had a major re-write since then.
It's worth trying with a more recent version - preferably 5.4.1.

That may not necessarily solve the problem - not all O/S's
provide a means of detecting the interface speed, and it's
sometimes necessary to guess (typically from the name
of the interface). But it's worth trying.

If it still fails, there's an snmpd.conf directive "interface"
that can be used to correct the speed and type of a given
interface. See snmpd.conf(5) for details.
But try with 5.4.1 first.

Dave

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