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MIB Reference

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Introduction to MIB

Introduction to MIB

This section describes the function and types of the MIB, and how to store, refer to, and load a MIB file.

The MIB is a collection of MOs. It defines the following attributes of an MO:

  • Object name
  • Access right
  • Data type

The structure of management information (SMI) stipulates how to define and organize MOs. It defines a series of data types such as Counter and Gauge that can be used by MIBs.

The MIB designates variables maintained by network elements. The variables are information that can be queried and configured by the NMS. The MIB provides a data structure for all the MOs that might be managed on a network.

Updated: 2019-05-31

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