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Anonymous
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SNMP question, strangeness?

I'm trying to query a Silkworm 12K (v4.0.0b) via SNMP so I can get bytes transferred/recieved per port so this can be graphed via RRDTOOL. I can walk the tree and get the following information:

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Re: SNMP question, strangeness?

You should get exactly what you got in the first attempt plus what ever traffic has passed through between queries. I did notice that the first attempt uses snmpwalk and the second uses snmpget. Perhaps snmpget has malfunctioned. If you specify the leaf OID with snmpwalk what do you get?

Anonymous
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Re: SNMP question, strangeness?

I get the same thing using snmpwalk. I'd love to get this working so I can generate some killer RRDTOOL graphs.. <GRIN>

Anonymous
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Re: SNMP question, strangeness?

This IS odd, especially since I'm doing this no problem with cricket (which uses RRDtool as a backend, see my other thread in this forum.)Good luck.

Anonymous
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Re: SNMP question, strangeness?

Make sure that you are not collecting an Octet Sting and trying to convert it to a counter. This would most likely result in zero values.

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Re: SNMP question, strangeness?

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