> From: Arazo Camprecios, Marc [mailto:marazo@eservicios.indra.es]
> Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2008 12:34 AM

> I've have implemented a MIB in which I have some objects
> that, at the moment, I don't want them to be accessible but
> maybe, in the future, they will. I have already implemented
> the code for the GET and the SET requests. How can I make the
> agent to return "an error" like "objects no-accessible"
> without having to rewrite my code? What happens if I declare
> them as not-accessible?

Just comment them out with a note that they may be implemented later. It is pointless to have an agent implement nonexistent objects.



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