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MIB Reference

TE10 and TE20 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R019C00

The ever expanding network and increasing network devices present a major challenge in effectively managing networks and providing high-quality network services. Network management is vital to the proper functionality of a network solution.
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MIB Tree Structure

MIB Tree Structure

The MIB stores MOs in a tree structure. The leaf nodes of the tree are MOs. An object identifier (or object ID or OID) uniquely identifies a managed object in the MIB hierarchy.

Figure 1-3 MIB tree structure

An OID is a string of non-negative integers and represents the location of an MO in the MIB tree. The SMI ensures that each OID is unique within a MIB.

Once a MIB file is released, OIDs are bound to the defined MOs. The bindings cannot be modified. A node in the MIB tree cannot be deleted, but can be set to obsolete indicating that the node is not used.

In the tree structure shown in Figure 1-3, the MO mgmt is identified as { iso(1) org(3) dod(6) internet(1) mgmt(2) } or, which is an OID.

The NMS invokes objects in an agent by their OIDs.

Updated: 2019-03-08

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