09-17-2010 09:30 PM
09-20-2010 01:17 PM
Thanks for your information.
I talked to my openview support and they asked if we can have a quick conference call to make sure you are get the full picture of our problem. We are based in Toronto, Canada and in the Eastern Standard Time. Are you in the same time zone as us? If yes, how about a 15 mins call tomorrow 09/21 at 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time?
Let me know and I'll set up the conference bridge.
09-20-2010 09:53 PM
--->>> Are you in the same time zone as us?
I'm sorry, I'm not in the same zone, your can see in the Google-Map my Location.
Hi Biju bijukrishnan
can you assist with a Call here ?
BTW> are you able to load the MIB or what is the Problem ?
can you try with another simple Freeware MIB Browser software from a Local Maschine before you continue wth HP Openview ?
09-21-2010 01:25 AM
Well its close to midnight for me here in Mumbai, India.
Besides I'm not sure if I would be of any help as well.
My advice would be to undo all the actions performed so far, ie. unload all the MIB you have loaded and do it in this order.
FC_RFC4044.mib -> FCIP.mib FOS 6.2 and 6.3 (brcdfcip.mib)
The order is provided in Figure 5 on pg 8 of the
Fabric OS - MIB Reference
PN number 53-1001339-01
The folks at HP should be able to give you the RFC 4044 MIB or it can be created from MIB resources on the internet.
09-21-2010 11:05 AM
Here is the issue as my NMS support guys says....
He advises that the MIB on the brocade device is
.188.8.131.52.4.1.1588.2 ( obtained from an snmpwalk of the device )
whilst the sw-1 mib that he could download and was available had the mib subtree
So he is requesting the MIB ( maybe its in sw-1 different version ) that has the subtree .184.108.40.206.4.1.1588.2
Can you confirm that we have the right mib for this before I ask him to unload and load as he has done this at least four times already, and we can't keep guessing at these things and expect to get a different result.
Thanks for your efforts.
09-22-2010 11:47 AM
I do not guarantee anything but here is what I propose.
Download the following MIB's and load them in the same order
I can now see the same OID's from your snmpwalk in my MIB browser so hopefully it works.
Kindly mark the thread answered if this helps.