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MIB Reference

TE30, TE40, TE50, TE60, TX50, RP100, and RP200 V600R019C00

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MIB Classification

MIB Classification

MIBs fall into the following two types:

  • Public MIB: generally defined by the Requirement For Comments (RFCs) for structured design and interface standardization processing for public protocols. For example, OSPF-MIB (RFC1850) and BGP4-MIB (RFC1657) are typical public MIBs. Most equipment vendors provide RFC-compliant SNMP interfaces.
  • Private MIB: a necessary supplement to public MIBs. When equipment vendors develop their own proprietary protocols or unique functions, private MIBs can be used to improve the management functions of SNMP interfaces. In addition, private MIBs enable the third-party NMS software to manage devices that use proprietary protocols or have unique functions.
Updated: 2019-05-31

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