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Building MIB module

Building MIB module

Building MIB module

Greetings to all,

It`s my first time building MIB module and would like some tips on this issue.

Our developer has assigned SID numbers to services on server and it currently looks like this:

This is a part where we extract channel name so it should be "Display string"

. = STRING: "channel-1"
. = STRING: "channel-2"
. = STRING: "channel-3"
. = STRING: "channel-4"Link
. = STRING: "channel-5"
This is channel index number...

. = INTEGER: 0
. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 2
. = INTEGER: 3
. = INTEGER: 4
This is integer part for one state it sholud be 0 or 1

. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 1
This is integer part for second state it sholud be 0 or 1

. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 1
. = INTEGER: 1

I`am using Visual MIBuilder 5.1 for module design.
This is my current tree design but it has no correlations or anything defined cause I don`t know where to go from here.
The module itself compiles ok with no error but when I run SNMP Tester with oidlib it returns no OID-s found.

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