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The SNMP protocol is used to for conveying information and commands between agents and managing entities. SNMP uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) as the transport protocol for passing data between managers and agents. The reasons for using UDP for SNMP are, firstly it has low overheads in comparison to TCP, which uses a 3-way hand shake for connection. Secondly, in congested networks, SNMP over TCP is a bad idea because TCP in order to maintain reliability will flood the network with retransmissions.

Management information (MIB) is represented as a collection of managed objects. These objects together form a virtual information base called MIB. An agent may implement many MIBs, but all agents must implement a particular MIB called MIB-II [16]. This standard defines variables for things such as interface statistics (interface speeds, MTU, octets sent, octets received, etc.) as well as various other things pertaining to the system itself (system location, system contact, etc.). The main goal of MIB-II is to provide general TCP/IP management information.

Use ActiveXperts Network Monitor 2019 to import vendor-specific MIB files, inclusing WOLLONGONG-MIB.


Vendor: TWG
Mib: WOLLONGONG-MIB  [download]
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WOLLONGONG-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

-- Title:	WOLLONGONG MIB
-- Date:	April 13, 1990
-- By:		Edward Alcoff/TWG <oldera@twg.com>

IMPORTS
	enterprises, OBJECT-TYPE, TimeTicks, Counter
		FROM RFC1065-SMI;

wollongong	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { enterprises 6 }

model		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  wollongong  1}
vms4		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 1  }
vms5		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 2  }
sun3		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 3  }
sysV386		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 4  }
att3B2		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 5  }
ncr		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 6  }
dos		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 7  }
dostcp		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  dos 1  }
dosroute	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  dos 2  }
dosruntime	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  dos 3  }
os2		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 8  }
mac		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  model 9  }
proxy		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=			{  wollongong 2  }

lANbridgeTab	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	SEQUENCE OF LANbridgeEnt
	ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ proxy 1 }


lANbridgeEnt	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	LANbridgeEnt
	ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeTab 1 }


	LANbridgeEnt  ::=  SEQUENCE  {
		twgLBUpTime
			TimeTicks,
		twgLBNeigh1
			OCTET STRING,
		twgLBNeigh2
			OCTET STRING,
		twgLBInFrames1
			Counter,
		twgLBInFrames2
			Counter,
		twgLBOutFrames1
			Counter,
		twgLBOutFrames2
			Counter,
		twgLBBadFrames1
			Counter,
		twgLBBadFrames2
			Counter,
		twgLBCollisions
			Counter,
		twgLBInOwnFrames1
			Counter,
		twgLBInOwnFrames2	
			Counter,
		twgLBOutOwnFrames1
			Counter,
		twgLBOutOwnFrames2
			Counter,
		twgLBReboot
			INTEGER,
		twgLBStatus
			INTEGER,
		twgLBState1
			INTEGER,
		twgLBState2
			INTEGER,
		twgLBAddr1
			OCTET STRING
     }

twgLBUpTime	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	TimeTicks
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 1 }

twgLBNeigh1	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	OCTET STRING
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 2 }

twgLBNeigh2	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	OCTET STRING
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 3 }

twgLBInFrames1	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 4 }

twgLBInFrames2	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 5 }

twgLBOutFrames1	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 6 }

twgLBOutFrames2	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 7 }

twgLBBadFrames1	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 8 }

twgLBBadFrames2	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 9 }

twgLBCollisions	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 10 }

twgLBInOwnFrames1	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 11 }

twgLBInOwnFrames2		OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 12 }

twgLBOutOwnFrames1	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 13 }

twgLBOutOwnFrames2	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	Counter
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 14 }

twgLBReboot	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	INTEGER
	ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 15 }

twgLBStatus	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	INTEGER
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 16 }

twgLBState1	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	INTEGER
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 17 }

twgLBState2	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	INTEGER
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 18 }

twgLBAddr1	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	OCTET STRING
	ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS	optional
	::=	{ lANbridgeEnt 19 }

END