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issue with snmpwalk

issue with snmpwalk

issue with snmpwalk


I have a strange issue with snmwpalk.
If I do snmpget on xxx.977. I get the following successfull output :

xxx.977. = INTEGER: 206 

This is what I was excepting for, now I want to look for other snmp addresses Under xxx.977.

If I do snmpwalk on xxx.977. I get the following output :

xxx.977. = INTEGER: 0 

But I am clearly excepting to walk through all snmp adresses possible for 3.xxxx ...

What is even stranger is this
If I do snmpwalk xxx.977.4.3.1 I get the following output :

xxx.977.4.3.1 = No Such Object available on this agent at this OID 

But I am crearly excepting to walk through all snmp adresses possible for 3.1.1.xxxx, 3.1.2.xxxx, 3.1.3.xxxx, 3.1.4.xxxx [...], 3.1.9.xxxx

And If I do snmpwalk on xxx.977 it successfully go through all snmp addresses except xxx.977.4 !
How can snmpwalk go through all adresses except xxx.977.4 despite xxx.977.4 is clearly working (see first command) and this is excacly where I need to look ...

Either I do not anderstand how snmp works or I am doing something wrong.

Thank you in advance if you could help me with this.

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