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MIBs- where are they stored?

Hi mates :)

Are Cisco's MIB files are stored in the switch by default? or should we load them in to switch?

I ve read Cisco pdf about MIBs which says: "cisco's public MIBs are organized in to 2 subdirectories: v1/ and v2/"

But I couldnt find those subdirectories with dir all-filesystems command on my 4506 switch (IOS 12.2).

I need to learn how to get MIBs. I'll appreciate your help

tx for your help in advance

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Re: MIBs- where are they stored?

MIBs are already present in the device IOS. You can use the CLI command show snmp mib to see the listing on the device. If you need to download v1/v2 MIBs for your external applications like HPOV etc, you can get them from: http://www.cisco.com/public/sw-center/netmgmt/cmtk/mibs.shtml

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Re: MIBs- where are they stored?

MIBs are already present in the device IOS. You can use the CLI command show snmp mib to see the listing on the device. If you need to download v1/v2 MIBs for your external applications like HPOV etc, you can get them from: http://www.cisco.com/public/sw-center/netmgmt/cmtk/mibs.shtml

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Re: MIBs- where are they stored?

The subdirectories referred to are on Cisco public ftp server. See ftp://ftp.cisco.com/pub/mibs/

If you use the tool rmushtag referenced, it will steer you to the MIBs your device(s) use and allow you download via http. The ftp site is for "power users".

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