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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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MIB View

MIB View

Context

A MIB view is an abstract set of all managed objects. The NMS manages the device by reading and writing the managed objects in the MIB. A MIB view defines management information included and excluded in this MIB view, which are implemented in the following ways:
  • When the NMS cannot manage a small number of MIB objects on the managed device or the NMS needs to be disabled from managing some MIB objects in the existing MIB view, exclude these MIB objects.
  • When the NMS cannot manage most MIB objects on the managed device or the NMS needs to be enabled to manage some new MIB objects in the existing MIB view, add these MIB objects.
NOTE:

The web platform supports a maximum of 20 rules in all MIB views among which 4 rules are configured in the default MIB view. You can add only 16 rules. When the total number of rules exceeds 20, the system prompts you with a message.

Procedure

  • Creating a MIB view
    1. Choose System Management > SNMP > MIB View, as shown in Figure 17-24.

      Figure 17-24  MIB View page

    2. Click Create in the MIB View List area, as shown in Figure 17-25.

      Figure 17-25  Creating a MIB view

    3. Perform the following operations in the Create MIB View dialog box.

      Creating a rule

      1. Enter a MIB view name in the View name text box.
      2. Set Rule to configure the method of processing MIB sub-trees in the MIB view. The options are Exclude and Include.
      3. Enter a MIB subtree name or IOD in the MIB subtree name/OID test box. Click Add.

        The new rule is displayed in the Added Rule List area. To create multiple rules, repeat the preceding steps.

      Deleting a rule

      1. Click next to a rule in the Added Rule List area.

        The rule is deleted from the rule list. To delete multiple rules, repeat the preceding step.

    4. Click OK.

      New MIB views are displayed on the MIB View tab page. You can click to view information about a MIB view. To create multiple MIB views, repeat the preceding steps.

  • Modifying a MIB view
    1. Choose System Management > SNMP.
    2. Click of a MIB view in the MIB view list.
    3. Perform the following operations in the Modify MIB View dialog box that is displayed. The parameter View name cannot be modified.

      Creating a rule

      1. Set Rule to configure the method of processing MIB sub-trees in the MIB view. The options are Exclude and Include.
      2. Enter a MIB subtree name or IOD in the MIB subtree name/OID test box. Click Add.

        The new rule is displayed in the Added Rule List area. To create multiple rules, repeat the preceding steps.

      Deleting a rule

      1. Click next to a rule in the Added Rule List area.

        The rule is deleted from the rule list. To delete multiple rules, repeat the preceding step.

    4. Click OK.

      The MIB View tab page is displayed. You can click to view the configuration change.

  • Deleting a MIB view
    1. Choose System Management > SNMP > MIB View.
    2. Select the check box of a MIB view in the MIB view list or select the check box next to View Name to select all MIB views.
    3. Click Delete.
    4. In the Information dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

      The MIB view is deleted.

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Updated: 2019-04-12

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