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Loading issue with Juniper standard mibs to HP openview

Loading issue with Juniper standard mibs to HP openview

Loading issue with Juniper standard mibs to HP openview

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Hello,

Our customer is trying to load Juniper standard MIBs to HP open View but they get error for the first standard MIBs.

Following order is applied during MIB load as stated in Juniper management document (Network Management Configuration Guide Release 10.0).

a. mib-SNMPv2-SMI.txt ----> "[SNMPv2-SMI] - Line 55: Error defining object: expected a label, found reserved symbol 'MODULE-IDENTITY'"
b. mib-SNMPv2-TC.txt -----> "[SNMPv2-TC] - Line 8: Error defining object: expected a label, found reserved symbol 'TEXTUAL-CONVENTION'
c. mib-IANAifType-MIB.txt -----> "[mib-IANAifType-MIB.txt:IANAifType-MIB] - Line 315:Error defining ASN.1 Type:duplicate type with conflicting definition 'IANAifType'"
d. mib-IANA-RTPROTO-MIB.txt  ---> ok
e. mib-rfc1907.txt  -----> ok
f. mib-rfc2011a.txt -----> ok
g. mib-rfc2012a.txt -----> ok

Your comment will be much appreciated.

Thanks
BR
Ramazan


 

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