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Hello Everyone i am trying to compile the MIB associated with the "ipNetToMediaTable" for cisco device.

Some of the MIBs on which this particular object mib depends are non cisco like "RFC1155-SMI" and "RFC-1212".

The RFCs for these Mibs has alot of optional text apart from the MIB definitions.

My question is how do we extract the MIB code from the RFC. I am very new to this so i have no idea about it and i could not find any reliable sources online to help me with this.

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 - Here are a few example links to the mib files :

        http://www.circitor.fr/Mibs/Mib/R/RFC1155-SMI.mib

        http://www.circitor.fr/Mibs/Mib/R/RFC1212-MIB.mib

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I was also using the same source for getting MIBs but the MIB corresponding to these RFCs is outdated and i got to know this as i was using the NSO compiler for mibs.

I commented some of the lines in the MIB but i am not sure if that was the correct move. It did work initially but later throw up an error when i was trying to create the NSO package with these MIBs.

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You need to download MIB database from Cisco - and use MIB browser to find the OID some device may not support all. but you can look with mib browser what is the content.



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Yes thats what i have been doing but the cisco database does not have the industry standard MIBs like the one i mentioned in my query.

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