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Some snmp trap oids are absent in MIBs

Hello colleagues.
I have found some snmp trap OIDs from cisco devices, which cannot be found by Cisco SNMP Object Navigator:

Also I have found some snmp trap OIDs from cisco devices, which are found by Cisco SNMP Object Navigator, BUT there are absent these OIDs in downloaded MIBs:

Can you tell me where are MIBs for these OIDs?

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I have a similar problem.

I want to have a trap when stormcontrol is activated so I made the action about sending a trap but I can't understand the trap.

I got the mib "" which have the oid "362.0.2" but all my switchs don't have that. I got C2960C,S and X.

How can I do ?


doug syer
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sometimes in the past i found the navigator didnt have the latest mibs or they didnt compile right into the gui view or something then i would just download all the cisco mibs every 6 months or so from the ftp site and sometimes the updated mibs would be there...

but since the object navigator became available only with a login i havent been able to ftp all the mibs...not sure if anyone knows a trick to login to get to all the mibs... seems to work ok, no login needed

for what it's worth, I've run into opposite situation: navigator knew the OIDs, but these are missing from the downloaded MIBs.

okay this may be an issue with this site i can get to though another one of our sites...thanks !

it does look like someone stoped administering the mibs page and i tried submitting feedback...rather not create a tac case but may have to go that route to find missing/broken mibs..

fyi this was a firewall issue on my side.

more importantly see the same issue with the traps on my side.  no info in mib.

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