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Can we have a unimplemented SNMP OID in a table

Can we have a unimplemented SNMP OID in a table

Can we have a unimplemented SNMP OID in a table


In SNMP, lets take interface table as example(ifTable), assume we have implemented all the attributes except ifAdminStatus(assume that we do not want to support it) where the possible values are 1, 2 and 3.

For not supported ifAdminStatus, any given query to ( should give us any result or error message "No Such Object available on this agent at this OID error"?

If we implement it to return some value, displaying "0" for ifAdminStatus is allowed?


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