MIB Discovery
1856 modules enregistr├ęs
Chemin
MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 4 (private). 1 (enterprises). 6027 (dellNet). 20 (dellNetExperiment)
OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6027.20
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. private. enterprises. dellNet. dellNetExperiment
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OID1.3.6.1.4.1.6027.20
Module DELL-NETWORKING-SMI (Force10-9.14.2.1)
NomdellNetExperiment
Statuscurrent
DescriptiondellNetExperiment provides a root object identifier from which experimental mibs may be temporarily based. mibs are typicially based here if they fall in one of two categories 1) are IETF work-in-process mibs which have not been assigned a permanent object identifier by the IANA. 2) are Dell Networking OS work-in-process which has not been assigned a permanent object identifier by the Dell Networking OS assigned number authority, typicially because the mib is not ready for deployment. NOTE WELL: support for mibs in the dellNetExperiment subtree will be deleted when a permanent object identifier assignment is made.
Module FORCE10-SMI (Force10)
Nomf10Experiment
Statuscurrent
Descriptionf10Experiment provides a root object identifier from which experimental mibs may be temporarily based. mibs are typicially based here if they fall in one of two categories 1) are IETF work-in-process mibs which have not been assigned a permanent object identifier by the IANA. 2) are Dell force10 work-in-process which has not been assigned a permanent object identifier by the Dell force10 assigned number authority, typicially because the mib is not ready for deployment. NOTE WELL: support for mibs in the f10Experiment subtree will be deleted when a permanent object identifier assignment is made.
Module FORCE10-SMI (Force10-9.8.0.0)
Nomf10Experiment
Statuscurrent
Descriptionf10Experiment provides a root object identifier from which experimental mibs may be temporarily based. mibs are typicially based here if they fall in one of two categories 1) are IETF work-in-process mibs which have not been assigned a permanent object identifier by the IANA. 2) are Dell Networking OS work-in-process which has not been assigned a permanent object identifier by the Dell Networking OS assigned number authority, typicially because the mib is not ready for deployment. NOTE WELL: support for mibs in the f10Experiment subtree will be deleted when a permanent object identifier assignment is made.