B.6. MIB-2

MIB-2, defined in RFC 1213,[1] describes a core set of information that is helpful for managing networked devices. MIB-2 is organized into the ten groups shown below. Not all groups are supported on all networked devices, but you can generally expect to find most of them.

[1] Network Working Group, Request For Comments: 1213. Management Information Base for Network Management of TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II. K. McCloghrie and M. Rose, March 1991.


This group contains objects such as sysDescr (a printable description of the operating system, hardware, networking software, etc.), sysContact (typically the email address of the person administering this system), sysLocation (a printable description of where the system is located), ...

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