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mibiisa


NAME
     mibiisa - Sun SNMP Agent

SYNOPSIS
     mibiisa [-ar] [-c config-dir] [-d debug-level] [-p port]
         [-t cache-timer]


DESCRIPTION
     The mibiisa utility is an RFC 1157-compliant SNMP agent.  It
     supports  MIB-II as defined in RFC 1213, with Sun extensions
     under Sun's enterprise number. The MIB (Management  Informa-
     tion  Base) is both readable and writable. The mibiisa util-
     ity supports all SNMP  protocol  operations  including  GET-
     REQUEST, GETNEXT-REQUEST, SET-REQUEST, GET-REPLY, and TRAP.

     The SMA (Systems Management Agent) is the default SNMP agent
     in Solaris. MIB-II subagent mibiisa does not run by default.
     To  enable  mibiisa,  rename  the  configuration  file  from
     /etc/snmp/conf/mibiisa.rsrc- to /etc/snmp/conf/mibiisa.rsrc.
     SMA has the capability to handle any  MIB-II  requests.  See
     netsnmp(5).

     The mibiisa utility supports the  coldStart,  linkUp,  link-
     Down,  and authentication traps. The authentication trap may
     be disabled by a command-line switch, which  itself  may  be
     overridden by a management station writing to a MIB variable
     in the standard SNMP MIB group.

     The mibiisa utility supports four distinct views of the MIB.
     The view used for any request is determined by the community
     string contained in that request.

     To enhance security, mibiisa supports an option to block all
     writes  to the MIB. You can also limit the set of management
     stations from which the agent will accept  requests  in  the
     configuration  file  used when starting the mibiisa. See the
     section for more information.

     Unless overridden, mibiisa uses UDP port 161,  the  standard
     SNMP port. The mibiisa utility issues traps through the same
     port on which it receives SNMP requests.

     The mibiisa utility must run with super-user privileges  and
     is typically started at system startup via /etc/rc3.d. mibi-
     isa may not be started using inetd(1M). When started,  mibi-
     isa  detaches itself from the keyboard, disables all signals
     except SIGKILL, SIGILL, SIGUSR1,  and  SIGUSR2,  and  places
     itself in the background.

OPTIONS

     The following options are supported by mibiisa:

     -a                Disable the generation  of  authentication
                       traps.  However, an SNMP manager may write
                       a  value  into  snmpEnableAuthenTraps   to
                       enable or disable authentication traps.


     -c config-dir     Specify  a  directory  where  it   expects
                       snmpd.conf  file,  on startup. The default
                       directory is /etc/snmp/conf.


     -d debug-level    Debug. A value of 0 disables all debug and
                       is   the   default.  Levels  1  through  3
                       represent increasing levels of debug  out-
                       put.  When  mibiisa  receives  the  signal
                       SIGUSR1, it resets the debug-level  to  0.
                       When  mibiisa receives the signal SIGUSR2,
                       it increments the debug-level by one.

                       Debug output is sent to the standard  out-
                       put  in  effect  at  the  time  mibiisa is
                       started. No matter what debug level is  in
                       effect,  certain  significant  events  are
                       logged in the system log.


     -p  port          Define an alternative UDP  port  on  which
                       mibiisa listens for incoming requests. The
                       default is UDP port 161.


     -r                Place the MIB into read-only mode.


     -t cache-timer    By default, information fetched  from  the
                       kernel  is  considered  to be valid for 45
                       seconds from the  time  it  is  retrieved.
                       This  cache  lifetime  may be altered with
                       this parameter. You cannot set cache-timer
                       to any value less than 1.


CONFIGURATION FILE
     The snmpd.conf file is used for  configuration  information.
     Each  entry  in the file consists of a keyword followed by a
     parameter string. The keyword must begin in the first  posi-
     tion. Parameters are separated from the keyword and from one
     another by white space. Case in keywords  is  ignored.  Each
     entry must be contained on a single line. All text following
     (and including)  a  pound  sign  (#)  is  ignored.  Keywords
     currently supported are:

     sysdescr

         The value to be used to answer queries for sysDescr.


     syscontact

         The value to be used to answer queries for sysContact.


     syslocation

         The value to be used to answer queries for sysLocation.


     trap

         The parameter names one or more hosts to receive  traps.
         Only five hosts may be listed.


     system-group-read-community

         The community name to get  read  access  to  the  system
         group and Sun's extended system group.


     system-group-write-community

         The community name to get write  access  to  the  system
         group and Sun's extended system group.


     read-community

         The community name to get read access to the entire MIB.


     write-community

         The community name to get write access to the entire MIB
         (implies read access).


     trap-community

         The community name to be used in traps.



     kernel-file

         The name of the file to use for kernel symbols.


     managers

         The names of hosts that may send SNMP queries. Only five
         hosts may be listed on any one line. This keyword may be
         repeated for a total of 32 hosts.


     newdevice

         The additional devices which are not built in SNMPD. The
         format  is  as  follows: newdevice type speed name where
         newdevice is the keyword, type is an integer  which  has
         to  match  your  schema  file, speed is the new device's
         speed, and name is this new device's name.


     An example snmpd.conf file is shown below:

       sysdescr        Sun SNMP Agent, Sun Fire 4800, Company
                         Property Number 123456
       syscontact      Cliff Claven
       sysLocation     Room 1515, building 1
       #
       system-group-read-community     public
       system-group-write-community    private
       #
       read-community  all_public
       write-community all_private
       #
       trap            localhost
       trap-community  SNMP-trap
       #
       #kernel-file    /vmunix
       #
       managers        lvs golden
       managers        swap



INSTALLATION
     The mibiisa utility and its configuration file,  snmpd.conf,
     may  be placed in any directory. However for Solaris 2.4 and
     subseqent releases, use /usr/lib/snmp for mibiisa itself and
     /etc/snmp/conf  for  the  configuration file. You can modify
     the configuration file  as  appropriate.  If  you  make  any
     changes to snmpd.conf file keyword values, you must kill and
     restart mibiisa for the changes to take effect.
     Your /etc/services file (or NIS equivalent)  should  contain
     the following entries:



     snmp        161/udp              # Simple Network Mgmt Protocol
     snmp-trap   162/udp   snmptrap   # SNMP trap (event) messages


     The following is an example for  Solaris  2.x  and  releases
     compatible with Solaris 2.x, such as Solaris 9:

       #
       # Start the SNMP agent
       #
       if [ -f /etc/snmp/conf/snmpd.conf -a -x
         /usr/lib/snmp/mibiisa ];
       then
       /opt/SUNWconn/snm/agents/snmpd
       echo 'Starting SNMP-agent.'



SECURITY
     SNMP, as presently defined, offers relatively  little  secu-
     rity.  The  mibiisa  utility  accepts  requests  from  other
     machines, which can have the effect of disabling the network
     capabilities of your computer. To limit the risk, the confi-
     guration file lets you specify a list of up  to  32  manager
     stations  from which mibiisa will accept requests. If you do
     not specify  any  such  manager  stations,  mibiisa  accepts
     requests from anywhere.

     The mibiisa utility also allows  you  to  mark  the  MIB  as
     "read-only" by using the -r option.

     mibiisa supports four  different  community  strings.  These
     strings,  however, are visible in the configuration file and
     within the SNMP packets as they flow on the network.

     The configuration file should be owned by, and readable only
     by super-user. In other words the mode should be:

       -rw-------  1 root         2090 Oct 17 15:04 /etc/snmp/conf/snmpd.conf



     Managers can be restricted based on the  community  strings.
     This  can  be  configured  by creating an optional secondary
     configuration  file  /etc/snmp/conf/mibiisa.acl.  To  enable
     such   a   restriction,   add   the  security  line  in  the
     /etc/snmp/conf/mibiisa.rsrc file.
     An example mibiisa.acl file is as follows:

       acl = {
              {
                      communities = public
                      access = read-only
                      managers = xyz
              }
              {
                      communities = private
                      access = read-write
                      managers = abc,pqrs
              }
       }


     An example mibiisa.rsrc file is as follows:

       resource =
       {
              {
                      registration_file = "/etc/snmp/conf/mibiisa.reg"
                      security = "/etc/snmp/conf/mibiisa.acl"
                      policy = "spawn"
                      type = "legacy"
                      command = "/usr/lib/snmp/mibiisa -r -p $PORT"
              }
       }


MIB
     This section discusses some of the differences  between  the
     mibiisa  MIB  and  the  standard  MIB-II  (as defined in RFC
     1213).

     The following variables are read-only in the mibiisa MIB:

       sysName
       atIfIndex
       ipDefaultTTL



     These variables are read-write in the standard MIB-II.

     The mibiisa MIB Address Translation tables  support  limited
     write  access:  only atPhysAddress may be written, either to
     change the physical address  of  an  existing  entry  or  to
     delete an entire ARP table entry.

     The mibiisa MIB IP Net to Media table supports limited write
     access:  only  ipNetToMediaPhysAddress  and ipNetToMediaType
     may be written, either to change the physical address of  an
     existing entry or to delete an entire ARP table entry.

     The following variables are read-write in the  mibiisa  MIB;
     however,  these  variables have fixed values. Any new values
     "set" to them are accepted, but have no effect:

       ipRoutIfIndex
       ipRouteMetric1
       ipRouteMetric2
       ipRouteMetric3
       ipRouteMetric4
       ipRouteType
       ipRouteAge
       ipRouteMask
       ipRouteMetric5



     The following mibiisa MIB variable reflects the actual state
     of  the related table entry. "Sets" are accepted but have no
     effect:

       tcpConnState



     The following mibiisa MIB variables are readable, but return
     a fixed value:



     icmpInDestUnreachs      Returns 1
     icmpInTimeExcds         Returns 1
     icmpInParmProbs         Returns 1
     icmpInSrcQuenchs        Returns 1
     icmpInRedirects         Returns 1
     icmpInEchos             Returns 1
     icmpInEchoReps          Returns 1
     icmpInTimestamps        Returns 1
     icmpInTimestampReps     Returns 1
     icmpInAddrMasks         Returns 1
     icmpInAddrMaskReps      Returns 1
     icmpOutDestUnreachs     Returns 1
     icmpOutTimeExcds        Returns 1
     icmpOutParmProbs        Returns 1
     icmpOutSrcQuenchs       Returns 1
     icmpOutRedirects        Returns 1
     icmpOutEchos            Returns 1
     icmpOutEchoReps         Returns 1
     icmpOutTimestamps       Returns 1
     icmpOutTimestampReps    Returns 1
     icmpOutAddrMasks        Returns 1
     icmpOutAddrMaskReps     Returns 1
     ifInUnknownProtos       Returns 0
     ipAdEntBcastAddr        Returns 1
     ipAdEntReasmMaxSiz      Returns 65535
     ipRouteMetric1          Returns -1
     ipRouteMetric2          Returns -1
     ipRouteMetric3          Returns -1
     ipRouteMetric4          Returns -1
     ipRouteAge              Returns 0
     ipRouteMetric5          Returns -1
     ipNetToMediaType        Returns (3) dynamic
     ipRoutingDiscards       Returns 0


     The following variables  return  a  fixed  value  of  0  for
     drivers  not  conforming to the GLD framework (see gld(7D)),
     including the old LAN drivers on SPARC machines:



     ifInOctets              Returns 0
     ifInNUcastPkts          Returns 0
     ifInDiscards            Returns 0
     ifOutOctets             Returns 0
     ifOutNUcastPkts         Returns 0
     ifOutDiscards           Returns 0


SCHEMA ATTRIBUTES
     The following describes the  attributes  in  the  group  and
     table definitions in the /var/snmp/mib/sun.mib file.

  system
     The system group reports statistics about a particular  sys-
     tem (for example, a workstation or a printer).

     sysDescr - A textual description of the entity.  This  value
     should  include  the full name and version identification of
     the system's hardware type, software  operating-system,  and
     networking  software. This value must only contain printable
     ASCII characters. (string[255])

     sysObjectID - The vendor's authoritative  identification  of
     the  network  management  subsystem contained in the entity.
     This value is allocated within the SMI  enterprises  subtree
     (1.3.6.1.4.1) and provides an easy and unambiguous means for
     determining what type of equipment  is  being  managed.  For
     example, if vendor "Flintstones, Inc." was assigned the sub-
     tree  1.3.6.1.4.1.4242,  it  could  assign  the   identifier
     1.3.6.1.4.1.4242.1.1 to its "Fred Router." (objectid)

     sysUpTime - Time (in hundredths of a second) since the  net-
     work  management  portion  of the system was last reinitial-
     ized. (timeticks)

     sysContact - The textual identification of the contact  per-
     son  for this managed node, together with information on how
     to contact this person. (string[255])

     sysName - An administratively-assigned name for this managed
     node.  By  convention,  this  is  the node's fully-qualified
     domain name. (string[255])

     sysLocation - The physical location of this node (for  exam-
     ple, "telephone closet, 3rd floor" (string[255]))

     sysServices - A value indicating the set  of  services  that
     this entity primarily offers. (int) The value is a sum. This
     sum initially takes the value zero. Then, for each  layer  L
     in  the range 1 through 7 for which this node performs tran-
     sactions, 2 raised to (L - 1) is added to the sum. For exam-
     ple,  a node that performs primarily routing functions would
     have a value of 4 (2**(3-1)). In contrast, a node that is  a
     host  offering application services would have a value of 72
     (2**(4-1) + 2**(7-1)). Note  that  in  the  context  of  the
     Internet  suite  of  protocols,  values should be calculated
     accordingly:



                Layer                          Functionality
     1                             physical (such as repeaters)
     2                             datalink/subnetwork (such as bridges)
     3                             internet (such as IP gateways)
     4                             end-to-end (such as IP hosts)
     7                             applications (such as mail relays)


     For systems including OSI protocols, Layers 5 and 6 may also
     be counted.

  interfaces
     The interfaces group reports the number of  interfaces  han-
     dled by the agent.

     ifNumber - The number of network interfaces,  regardless  of
     their current state, present on this system. (int)

  ifTable
     The ifTable is a table of interface entries. The  number  of
     entries is given by the value of ifNumber.


     ifIndex - A unique  value  for  each  interface.  Its  value
     ranges  between  1  and the value of ifNumber. The value for
     each interface must remain constant at least from one reini-
     tialization of the entity's network management system to the
     next reinitialization. (int)

     ifDescr - A textual string containing information about  the
     interface.  This  string  should  include  the  name  of the
     manufacturer, the product  name,  and  the  version  of  the
     hardware interface. (string[255])

     ifType - The type of interface, distinguished  according  to
     the  physical/link protocol(s) immediately below the network
     layer in the protocol stack. (enum)

     ifMtu - The  size  of  the  largest  datagram  that  can  be
     sent/received  on  the  interface,  specified in octets. For
     interfaces used for transmitting network datagrams, this  is
     the size of the largest network datagram that can be sent on
     the interface. (int)

     ifSpeed - An estimate of the interface's  current  bandwidth
     in  bits-per-second.  For  interfaces  that  do  not vary in
     bandwidth, or for those where no accurate estimation can  be
     made,  this  object  should  contain  the nominal bandwidth.
     (gauge)

     if1hysAddress - The  interface's  address  at  the  protocol
     layer  immediately  below  the network layer in the protocol
     stack. For interfaces without such an address (for  example,
     a  serial  line), this object should contain an octet string
     of zero length. (octet[128])

     ifAdminStatus - The desired  state  of  the  interface.  The
     testing(3)  state  indicates that no operational packets can
     be passed. (enum)

     if OperStatus - The current operational state of the  inter-
     face.  The  testing(3)  state  indicates that no operational
     packets can be passed. (enum)

     ifLastChange - The value of sysUpTime at the time the inter-
     face  entered  its current operational state. If the current
     state was entered prior to the last reinitialization of  the
     local  network  management  subsystem, then this object con-
     tains a zero value. (timeticks)

     ifInOctets - The total number  of  octets  received  on  the
     interface, including framing characters. (counter) Returns a
     fixed value of 0.


     ifInUcastPkts - The  number  of  subnetwork-unicast  packets
     delivered to a higher-layer protocol. (counter)

     ifInNUcastPkts  -  The  number  of  non-unicast  (that   is,
     subnetwork-   broadcast   or  subnetwork-multicast)  packets
     delivered to a higher-layer protocol.  (counter)  Returns  a
     fixed value of 0.

     ifInDiscards - The number of inbound packets  chosen  to  be
     discarded,  even  though  no  errors  had  been  detected to
     prevent their being deliverable to a higher-layer  protocol.
     One possible reason for discarding such a packet could be to
     free up buffer space. (counter) Returns a fixed value of 0.

     ifInErrors - The number of inbound  packets  that  contained
     errors  preventing  them from being deliverable to a higher-
     layer protocol. (counter)

     ifInUnknownProtos - The number of packets received  via  the
     interface  that  were  discarded  because  of  an unknown or
     unsupported protocol. (counter) Returns a fixed value of 0.

     ifOutOctets - The total number of octets transmitted out  of
     the   interface,  including  framing  characters.  (counter)
     Returns a fixed value of 0.

     ifOutUcastPkts - The total number of  packets  that  higher-
     level  protocols  requested  be transmitted to a subnetwork-
     unicast address, including those that were discarded or  not
     sent. (counter)

     ifOutNUcastPkts - The total number of packets  that  higher-
     level  protocols  requested be transmitted to a non- unicast
     (that is, a  subnetwork-broadcast  or  subnetwork-multicast)
     address,  including  those  that were discarded or not sent.
     (counter) Returns a fixed value of 0.

     ifOutDiscards - The number of  outbound  packets  that  were
     chosen  to  be  discarded  even  though  no  errors had been
     detected to prevent their being  transmitted.  One  possible
     reason  for  discarding  such  a  packet could be to free up
     buffer space. (counter) Returns a fixed value of 0.

     ifOutErrors - The number of outbound packets that could  not
     be transmitted because of errors. (counter)

     ifOutQLen - The length of the output packet queue (in  pack-
     ets). (gauge)

     ifSpecific - A reference to MIB definitions specific to  the
     particular  media  being  used to realize the interface. For
     example, if the interface is realized by an  Ethernet,  then
     the  value  of  this  object  refers  to a document defining
     objects specific to Ethernet. If  this  information  is  not
     present,  its value should be set to the OBJECT IDENTIFIER {
     0 0 }, which is a syntactically valid object identifier. Any
     conformant  implementation  of ASN.1 and BER must be able to
     generate and recognize this value. (objectid)

  atTable
     atTable Address Translation tables  contain  the  NetworkAd-
     dress  to  physical address equivalences. Some interfaces do
     not  use  translation   tables   for   determining   address
     equivalences  (for  example,  DDN-X.25  has  an  algorithmic
     method). If all  interfaces  are  of  this  type,  then  the
     Address  Translation  table  is  empty,  that  is,  has zero
     entries.

     atIfIndex - The interface on which this entry's  equivalence
     is effective. The interface identified by a particular value
     of this index is the same interface  as  identified  by  the
     same value of ifIndex. (int)

     atPhysAddress  -  The  media-dependent   physical   address.
     (octet[128])  Setting  this  object to a null string (one of
     zero length) has the effect of invaliding the  corresponding
     entry  in the atTable object. That is, it effectively disso-
     ciates the interface identified with  said  entry  from  the
     mapping    identified    with   said   entry.   It   is   an
     implementation-specific  matter  as  to  whether  the  agent
     removes  an  invalidated  entry from the table. Accordingly,
     management stations must  be  prepared  to  receive  tabular
     information  from  agents  that  corresponds  to entries not
     currently in use.  Proper  interpretation  of  such  entries
     requires examination of the relevant atPhysAddress object.

     atNetAddress - The NetworkAddress (that is, the IP  address)
     corresponding   to  the  media-dependent  physical  address.
     (netaddress)

  ip
     The ip group reports statistics about the Internet  Protocol
     (IP) group.

     ipForwarding - The indication of whether this entity is act-
     ing  as  an  IP  gateway  in  respect  to  the forwarding of
     datagrams received by, but not addressed to, this entity. IP
     gateways  forward  datagrams.  IP hosts do not- except those
     source-routed via the host. (enum)

     Note that for some managed nodes, this object  may  take  on
     only  a  subset  of  the values possible. Accordingly, it is
     appropriate for an agent to return a "badValue" response  if
     a  management  station  attempts to change this object to an
     inappropriate value.

     ipDefaultTTL - The default value inserted into the  Time-To-
     Live  field of the IP header of datagrams originated at this
     entity, whenever a TTL value is not supplied  by  the  tran-
     sport layer protocol. (int)

     ipInReceives - The total number of input datagrams  received
     from   interfaces,   including   those  received  in  error.
     (counter)

     ipInHdrErrors - The number of input datagrams discarded  due
     to errors in their IP headers, including bad checksums, ver-
     sion number  mismatch,  other  format  errors,  time-to-live
     exceeded,  errors discovered in processing their IP options,
     and so on. (counter)

     ipInAddrErrors - The number  of  input  datagrams  discarded
     because  the  IP  address  in  their IP header's destination
     field was not a valid address to be received at this entity.
     This count includes invalid addresses (for example, 0.0.0.0)
     and addresses of unsupported Classes (for example, Class E).
     For  entities  that are not IP Gateways and therefore do not
     forward datagrams, this counter includes datagrams discarded
     because  the  destination  address  was not a local address.
     (counter)

     ipForwDatagrams - The number of input  datagrams  for  which
     this  entity was not their final IP destination, as a result
     of which an attempt was made to find a route to forward them
     to that final destination. In entities that do not act as IP
     Gateways, this counter will include only those packets  that
     were  Source-Routed  via  this entity, and the Source- Route
     option processing was successful. (counter)

     ipInUnknownProtos  -   The   number   of   locally-addressed
     datagrams  received successfully but discarded because of an
     unknown or unsupported protocol. (counter)

     ipInDiscards - The number of input IP datagrams for which no
     problems  were  encountered  to prevent their continued pro-
     cessing, but which were discarded, for example, for lack  of
     buffer  space.  Note  that this counter does not include any
     datagrams discarded while awaiting reassembly.  (counter)

     ipInDelivers - The total number of input datagrams  success-
     fully  delivered  to  IP  user-protocols  (including  ICMP).
     (counter)

     ipOutRequests - The total number of IP datagrams that  local
     IP   user-protocols  (including  ICMP)  supplied  to  IP  in
     requests for transmission. Note that this counter  does  not
     include any datagrams counted in ipForwDatagrams. (counter)

     ipOutDiscards - The number of output IP datagrams for  which
     no  problem was encountered to prevent their transmission to
     their destination, but which were  discarded  (for  example,
     for  lack  of  buffer  space).  Note that this counter would
     include datagrams counted in  ipForwDatagrams  if  any  such
     packets   met   this   (discretionary)   discard  criterion.
     (counter)

     ipOutNoRoutes - The number of IP datagrams discarded because
     no  route  could be found to transmit them to their destina-
     tion. Note that this counter includes any packets counted in
     ipForwDatagrams  which  meet this "no-route" criterion. Note
     that this includes any datagrams that a  host  cannot  route
     because all its default gateways are down. (counter)

     ipReasmTimeout - The maximum number of seconds that received
     fragments  are  held  while  they are awaiting reassembly at
     this entity. (int)

     ipReasmReqds - The number  of  IP  fragments  received  that
     needed to be reassembled at this entity. (counter)

     ipReasmOKs  -  The  number  of  IP  datagrams   successfully
     reassembled. (counter)

     ipReasmFails - The number of failures  detected  by  the  IP
     reassembly   algorithm,  for  whatever  reason:  timed  out,
     errors, and the like. Note that this is  not  necessarily  a
     count  of discarded IP fragments since some algorithms (not-
     ably the algorithm in RFC 815) can lose track of the  number
     of  fragments  by  combining  them  as  they  are  received.
     (counter)

     ipFragOKs - The number of IP datagrams that have  been  suc-
     cessfully fragmented at this entity. (counter)

     ipFragFails - The number of IP datagrams that have been dis-
     carded  because  they needed to be fragmented at this entity
     but could not be, for example, because  their  "Don't  Frag-
     ment" flag was set. (counter)

     ipFragCreates - The number of  IP  datagram  fragments  that
     have  been  generated  as  a result of fragmentation at this
     entity. (counter)

     ipRoutingDiscards - The number of routing entries that  were
     chosen to be discarded even though they were valid. One pos-
     sible reason for discarding such an entry could be to  free-
     up buffer space for other routing entries. (counter) Returns
     a fixed value of 0.

  ipAddrTable
     ipAddrTable is a table of addressing information relevant to
     this entity's IP addresses.

     ipAdEntAddr - The IP address to which this entry's  address-
     ing information pertains. (netaddress)

     ipAdEntIfIndex - The index value  that  uniquely  identifies
     the  interface to which this entry is applicable. The inter-
     face identified by a particular value of this index  is  the
     same  interface  as identified by the same value of ifIndex.
     (int)

     ipAdEntNetMask - The subnet  mask  associated  with  the  IP
     address  of  this  entry.  The  value  of  the mask is an IP
     address with all the network bits set  to  1,  and  all  the
     hosts bits set to 0. (netaddress)

     ipAdEntBcastAddr - The value of the least-significant bit in
     the  IP  broadcast address used for sending datagrams on the
     (logical) interface associated with the IP address  of  this
     entry.  For  example,  when  the  Internet standard all-ones
     broadcast address is used, the value will be 1.  This  value
     applies  to both the subnet and network broadcasts addresses
     used by  the  entity  on  this  (logical)  interface.  (int)
     Returns a fixed value of 1.

     ipAdEntReasmMaxSize - The size of the  largest  IP  datagram
     that  this entity can reassemble from incoming IP fragmented
     datagrams received on this interface. (int) Returns a  fixed
     value of 65535.

  ipRouteTable
     The ipRouteTable is this entity's IP Routing table.

     ipRouteDest - The destination IP address of this  route.  An
     entry with a value of 0.0.0.0 is considered a default route.
     Multiple routes to a single destination can  appear  in  the
     table,  but  access to such multiple entries is dependent on
     the table- access mechanisms defined by the network  manage-
     ment protocol in use. (netaddress)

     ipRouteIfIndex - The index value  that  uniquely  identifies
     the local interface through which the next hop of this route
     should be reached. The interface identified by a  particular
     value  of  this index is the same interface as identified by
     the same value of ifIndex. (int)

     ipRouteMetric1 - The primary routing metric for this  route.
     The  semantics of this metric are determined by the routing-
     protocol specified in the  route's  ipRouteProto  value.  If
     this  metric  is  not  used,  its value should be set to -1.
     (int) Returns a fixed value of -1.

     ipRouteMetric2 - An alternate routing metric for this route.
     The  semantics of this metric are determined by the routing-
     protocol specified in the  route's  ipRouteProto  value.  If
     this  metric  is  not  used,  its value should be set to -1.
     (int) Returns a fixed value of -1.

     ipRouteMetric3 - An alternate routing metric for this route.
     The  semantics of this metric are determined by the routing-
     protocol specified in the  route's  ipRouteProto  value.  If
     this  metric  is  not  used,  its value should be set to -1.
     (int) Returns a fixed value of -1.

     ipRouteMetric4 - An alternate routing metric for this route.
     The  semantics of this metric are determined by the routing-
     protocol specified in the  route's  ipRouteProto  value.  If
     this  metric  is  not  used,  its value should be set to -1.
     (int) Returns a fixed value of -1.

     ipRouteNextHop - The IP address of  the  next  hop  of  this
     route. (In the case of a route bound to an interface that is
     realized via a broadcast media, the value of this  field  is
     the agent's IP address on that interface.) (netaddress)

     ipRouteType - The type of route. Note that the values direct
     (3)  and  indirect  (4)  refer  to  the notion of direct and
     indirect routing in the IP architecture. (enum)

     Setting this object to the value invalid (2) has the  effect
     of  invalidating the corresponding entry in the ipRouteTable
     object. That is, it effectively dissociates the  destination
     identified  with  said  entry from the route identified with
     said entry. It is an implementation-specific  matter  as  to
     whether  the  agent  removes  an  invalidated entry from the
     table. Accordingly, management stations must be prepared  to
     receive  tabular information from agents that corresponds to
     entries not currently in use. Proper interpretation of  such
     entries  requires  examination  of  the relevant ipRouteType
     object.

     ipRouteProto - The  routing  mechanism  through  which  this
     route  was  learned. Inclusion of values for gateway routing
     protocols is not intended to imply that hosts should support
     those protocols. (enum)

     ipRouteAge - The number of seconds since this route was last
     updated  or otherwise determined to be correct. Note that no
     semantics  of  "too  old"  can  be  implied  except  through
     knowledge  of  the  routing  protocol by which the route was
     learned. (int) Returns a fixed value of 0.

     ipRouteMask - Indicate the mask to be logical-ANDed with the
     destination  address  before  being compared to the value in
     the ipRouteDest field. For those systems that do not support
     arbitrary subnet masks, an agent constructs the value of the
     ipRouteMask  by  determining  whether  the  value   of   the
     correspondent  ipRouteDest field belongs to a class-A, B, or
     C network, and then using one of:



                Mask                         Network
     255.0.0.0                     class-A
     255.255.0.0                   class-B
     255.255.255.0                 class-C


     If the value  of  the  ipRouteDest  is  0.0.0.0  (a  default
     route),  then  the  mask value is also 0.0.0.0. It should be
     noted that all IP routing  subsystems  implicitly  use  this
     mechanism. (netaddress)

     ipRouteMetric5 - An alternate routing metric for this route.
     The  semantics of this metric are determined by the routing-
     protocol specified in the  route's  ipRouteProto  value.  If
     this  metric  is  not  used,  its value should be set to -1.
     (int) Returns a fixed value of -1.

     ipRouteInfo - A reference to MIB definitions specific to the
     particular  routing  protocol responsible for this route, as
     determined  by  the   value   specified   in   the   route's
     ipRouteProto  value. If this information is not present, its
     value should be set to the OBJECT IDENTIFIER { 0 0 },  which
     is  a  syntactically valid object identifier. Any conformant
     implementation of ASN.1 and BER must be able to generate and
     recognize this value. (objectid)

  ipNetToMediaTable
     The ipNetToMediaTable is the IP  Address  Translation  table
     used for mapping from IP addresses to physical addresses.

     ipNetToMediaIfIndex - The interface on  which  this  entry's
     equivalence is effective. The interface identified by a par-
     ticular value of this index is the same interface as identi-
     fied by the same value of ifIndex. (int)

     ipNetToMediaPhysAddress  -  The   media-dependent   physical
     address. (octet[128])

     ipNetToMediaNetAddress - The IpAddress corresponding to  the
     media- dependent physical address. (netaddress)


     ipNetToMediaType - The type of  mapping.  (enum)  Returns  a
     fixed  value of (3)dynamic. Setting this object to the value
     invalid(2) has the effect of invalidating the  corresponding
     entry in the ipNetToMediaTable. That is, it effectively dis-
     sociates the interface identified with said entry  from  the
     mapping    identified    with   said   entry.   It   is   an
     implementation-specific  matter  as  to  whether  the  agent
     removes  an  invalidated  entry from the table. Accordingly,
     management stations must  be  prepared  to  receive  tabular
     information  from  agents  that  corresponds  to entries not
     currently in use.  Proper  interpretation  of  such  entries
     requires   examination   of  the  relevant  ipNetToMediaType
     object.

  icmp
     The icmp group reports statistics about the ICMP group.

     icmpInMsgs - The total number  of  ICMP  messages  that  the
     entity  received.  Note that this counter includes all those
     counted by icmpInErrors. (counter)

     icmpInErrors - The number of ICMP messages that  the  entity
     received  but determined as having ICMP-specific errors (bad
     ICMP checksums, bad length, and the like.). (counter)

     icmpInDestUnreachs - The number of ICMP Destination Unreach-
     able messages received. (counter)

     icmpInTimeExcds - The number of ICMP Time Exceeded  messages
     received. (counter)

     icmpInParmProbs - The number of ICMP Parameter Problem  mes-
     sages received. (counter)

     icmpInSrcQuenchs - The number of ICMP Source Quench messages
     received. (counter)

     icmpInRedirects -  The  number  of  ICMP  Redirect  messages
     received. (counter)

     icmpInEchos - The number of  ICMP  Echo  (request)  messages
     received. (counter)

     icmpInEchoReps - The number  of  ICMP  Echo  Reply  messages
     received. (counter)

     icmpInTimestamps - The number of  ICMP  Timestamp  (request)
     messages received. (counter)

     icmpInTimestampReps - The number  of  ICMP  Timestamp  Reply
     messages received. (counter)

     icmpInAddrMasks - The number of ICMP  Address  Mask  Request
     messages received. (counter)

     icmpInAddrMaskReps - The number of ICMP Address  Mask  Reply
     messages received. (counter)

     icmpOutMsgs - The total number of ICMP  messages  that  this
     entity  attempted  to  send. Note that this counter includes
     all those counted by icmpOutErrors. (counter)

     icmpOutErrors - The number of ICMP messages that this entity
     did not send due to problems discovered within ICMP, such as
     a lack of buffers. This  value  should  not  include  errors
     discovered  outside the ICMP layer, such as the inability of
     IP to route the resultant datagram.  In some implementations
     there  may  be  no  types  of errors that contribute to this
     counter's value. (counter)

     icmpOutDestUnreachs  -  The  number  of   ICMP   Destination
     Unreachable messages sent. (counter)

     icmpOutTimeExcds - The number of ICMP Time Exceeded messages
     sent. (counter)

     icmpOutParmProbs - The number of ICMP Parameter Problem mes-
     sages sent. (counter)

     icmpOutSrcQuenchs - The number of ICMP  Source  Quench  mes-
     sages sent. (counter)

     icmpOutRedirects - The  number  of  ICMP  Redirect  messages
     sent.  For  a  host,  this object will always be zero, since
     hosts do not send redirects. (counter)

     icmpOutEchos - The number of ICMP  Echo  (request)  messages
     sent. (counter)

     icmpOutEchoReps - The number of  ICMP  Echo  Reply  messages
     sent. (counter)

     icmpOutTimestamps - The number of ICMP  Timestamp  (request)
     messages sent. (counter)

     icmpOutTimestampReps - The number of  ICMP  Timestamp  Reply
     messages sent. (counter)

     icmpOutAddrMasks - The number of ICMP Address  Mask  Request
     messages sent. (counter)

     icmpOutAddrMaskReps - The number of ICMP Address Mask  Reply
     messages sent. (counter)

  tcp
     The tcp group reports statistics about the TCP group.

     tcpRtoAlgorithm  -  The  algorithm  used  to  determine  the
     timeout value used for retransmitting unacknowledged octets.
     (enum)

     tcpRtoMin - The minimum value permitted by a TCP implementa-
     tion  for  the  retransmission  timeout,  measured  in  mil-
     liseconds. More refined semantics for objects of  this  type
     depend  upon the algorithm used to determine the retransmis-
     sion timeout. In particular, when the timeout  algorithm  is
     rsre(3),  an  object  of  this type has the semantics of the
     LBOUND quantity described in RFC 793. (int)

     tcpRtoMax - The maximum value permitted by a TCP implementa-
     tion  for  the  retransmission  timeout,  measured  in  mil-
     liseconds. More refined semantics for objects of  this  type
     depend  upon the algorithm used to determine the retransmis-
     sion timeout. In particular, when the timeout  algorithm  is
     rsre(3),  an  object  of  this type has the semantics of the
     UBOUND quantity described in RFC 793. (int)

     tcpMaxConn - The limit on the total number  of  TCP  connec-
     tions  that  the  entity  can support. In entities where the
     maximum number of connections is dynamic, this object should
     contain the value -1. (int)

     tcpActiveOpens - The number of times  that  TCP  connections
     have made a direct transition to the SYN-SENT state from the
     CLOSED state. (counter)

     tcpPassiveOpens - The number of times that  TCP  connections
     have made a direct transition to the SYN-RCVD state from the
     LISTEN state. (counter)

     tcpAttemptFails - The number of times that  TCP  connections
     have  made  a  direct  transition  to  the CLOSED state from
     either the SYN-SENT state or the SYN-RCVD  state,  plus  the
     number  of  times TCP connections have made a direct transi-
     tion to the LISTEN state from the SYN-RCVD state. (counter)

     tcpEstabResets - The number of times  TCP  connections  have
     made a direct transition to the CLOSED state from either the
     ESTABLISHED state or the CLOSE-WAIT state. (counter)

     tcpCurrEstab - The number of TCP connections for  which  the
     current state is either ESTABLISHED or CLOSE-WAIT. (gauge)

     tcpInSegs - The total number of segments received, including
     those  received  in  error.  This  count  includes  segments
     received on currently established connections. (counter)
     tcpOutSegs - The total number of  segments  sent,  including
     those  on current connections but excluding those containing
     only retransmitted octets. (counter)

     tcpRetransSegs - The total number of segments  retransmitted
     - that is, the number of TCP segments transmitted containing
     one or more previously transmitted octets. (counter)

     tcpInErrs - The total number of segments received  in  error
     (for example, bad TCP checksums). (counter)

     tcpOutRsts - The number of TCP segments sent containing  the
     RST flag. (counter)

  tcpConnTable
     The tcpConnTable  is  a  table  containing  TCP  connection-
     specific information.

     tcpConnState - The state of this TCP connection. (enum)

     The only value that may be set by a  management  station  is
     deleteTCB(12).  Accordingly,  it is appropriate for an agent
     to return a "badValue"  response  if  a  management  station
     attempts to set this object to any other value.

     If a management  station  sets  this  object  to  the  value
     deleteTCB(12),  then this has the effect of deleting the TCB
     (as defined in RFC 793) of the corresponding  connection  on
     the  managed  node. This results in immediate termination of
     the connection.

     As an implementation-specific option, an RST segment may  be
     sent from the managed node to the other TCP endpoint. (Note,
     however, that RST segments are not sent reliably.)

     tcpConnLocalAddress - The local IP address for this TCP con-
     nection.  For  a connection in the listen state that is wil-
     ling to accept connections for any IP  interface  associated
     with the node, the value 0.0.0.0 is used. (netaddress)

     tcpConnLocalPort - The local port number for this  TCP  con-
     nection. (int)

     tcpConnRemAddress - The remote IP address for this TCP  con-
     nection. (netaddress)

     tcpConnRemPort - The remote port number for this TCP connec-
     tion. (int)

  upd
     The udp group reports statistics about the UDP group.

     udpInDatagrams - The total number of UDP datagrams delivered
     to UDP users. (counter) Returns a fixed value of 0.

     udpNoPorts - The total number of received UDP datagrams  for
     which  there  was  no  application  at the destination port.
     (counter) Returns a fixed value of 0.

     udpInErrors - The number  of  received  UDP  datagrams  that
     could not be delivered for reasons other than the lack of an
     application at the destination port. (counter)

     udpOutDatagrams - The total number  of  UDP  datagrams  sent
     from this entity. (counter) Returns a fixed value of 0.

  udpTable
     The udpTable is a table containing UDP listener information.

     udpLocalAddress  -  The  local  IP  address  for  this   UDP
     listener.  For  a  UDP  listener  that  is willing to accept
     datagrams for any IP interface associated with the node, the
     value 0.0.0.0 is used. (netaddress)

     udpLocalPort - The local port number for this UDP  listener.
     (int)

  snmp
     The snmp group reports statistics about the SNMP group.

     snmpInPkts - The total number of Messages delivered  to  the
     SNMP entity from the transport service. (counter)

     snmpOutPkts - The total number of SNMP Messages passed  from
     the SNMP protocol entity to the transport service. (counter)

     snmpInBadVersions  -  The  total  number  of  SNMP  Messages
     delivered  to  the  SNMP  protocol  entity  that were for an
     unsupported SNMP version. (counter)

     snmpInBadCommunityNames - The total number of SNMP  Messages
     delivered  to the SNMP protocol entity that used a SNMP com-
     munity name not known to said entity. (counter)

     snmpInBadCommunityUses - The total number of  SNMP  Messages
     delivered  to the SNMP protocol entity, which represented an
     SNMP operation not allowed by the SNMP  community  named  in
     the Message. (counter)

     snmpInASNParseErrs - The total number of ASN.1 or BER errors
     encountered  by  the  SNMP  protocol  entity  when  decoding
     received SNMP Messages. (counter)


     snmpInTooBigs - The total number of SNMP PDUs  delivered  to
     the  SNMP  protocol entity for which the value of the error-
     status field is "tooBig." (counter)

     snmpInNoSuchNames - The total number of SNMP PDUs  delivered
     to  the  SNMP  protocol  entity  for  which the value of the
     error-status field is "noSuchName." (counter)

     snmpInBadValues - The total number of SNMP PDUs delivered to
     the  SNMP  protocol entity for which the value of the error-
     status field is "badValue." (counter)

     snmpInReadOnlys - The total number valid SNMP PDUs delivered
     to  the  SNMP  protocol  entity  for  which the value of the
     error-status field is "readOnly." It should be noted that it
     is  a  protocol  error to generate an SNMP PDU that contains
     the value "readOnly" in the error-status field. This  object
     is  provided  as  a means of detecting incorrect implementa-
     tions of the SNMP. (counter)

     snmpInGenErrs - The total number of SNMP PDUs  delivered  to
     the  SNMP  protocol entity for which the value of the error-
     status field is "genErr." (counter)

     snmpInTotalReqVars - The total number of  MIB  objects  suc-
     cessfully  retrieved  by  the  SNMP  protocol  entity as the
     result of receiving  valid  SNMP  Get-Request  and  Get-Next
     PDUs. (counter)

     snmpInTotalSetVars - The total number of  MIB  objects  suc-
     cessfully  altered by the SNMP protocol entity as the result
     of receiving valid SNMP Set-Request PDUs. (counter)

     snmpInGetRequests - The total  number  of  SNMP  Get-Request
     PDUs  accepted  and  processed  by the SNMP protocol entity.
     (counter)

     snmpInGetNexts - The total  number  of  SNMP  Get-Next  PDUs
     accepted   and   processed  by  the  SNMP  protocol  entity.
     (counter)

     snmpInSetRequests - The total  number  of  SNMP  Set-Request
     PDUs  accepted  and  processed  by the SNMP protocol entity.
     (counter)

     snmpInGetResponses - The total number of  SNMP  Get-Response
     PDUs  accepted  and  processed  by the SNMP protocol entity.
     (counter)

     snmpInTraps - The total number of SNMP  Trap  PDUs  accepted
     and processed by the SNMP protocol entity. (counter)

     snmpOutTooBigs - The total number of SNMP PDUs generated  by
     the  SNMP  protocol entity for which the value of the error-
     status field is "tooBig." (counter)

     snmpOutNoSuchNames - The total number of SNMP PDUs generated
     by  the  SNMP  protocol  entity  for  which the value of the
     error-status is "noSuchName." (counter)

     snmpOutBadValues - The total number of SNMP  PDUs  generated
     by  the  SNMP  protocol  entity  for  which the value of the
     error-status field is "badValue." (counter)

     snmpOutGenErrs - The total number of SNMP PDUs generated  by
     the  SNMP  protocol entity for which the value of the error-
     status field is "genErr." (counter)

     snmpOutGetRequests - The total number  of  SNMP  Get-Request
     PDUs  which have been generated by the SNMP protocol entity.
     (counter)

     snmpOutGetNexts - The total number  of  SNMP  Get-Next  PDUs
     generated by the SNMP protocol entity. (counter)

     snmpOutSetRequests - The total number  of  SNMP  Set-Request
     PDUs generated by the SNMP protocol entity. (counter)

     snmpOutGetResponses - The total number of SNMP  Get-Response
     PDUs generated by the SNMP protocol entity. (counter)

     snmpOutTraps - The total number of SNMP Trap PDUs  generated
     by the SNMP protocol entity. (counter)

     snmpEnableAuthenTraps - Indicates  whether  the  SNMP  agent
     process  is  permitted  to  generate  authentication-failure
     traps. The value of this object overrides any  configuration
     information.  As  such,  it  provides  a  means  whereby all
     authentication-failure traps may be disabled.  (enum)

     Note that this object must be stored in non-volatile memory,
     so that it remains constant between reinitializations of the
     network management system.

     The following are Sun-specific group and table definitions.

  sunSystem
     The sunSystem group reports general system information.

     agentDescr  -  The  SNMP  agent's  description  of   itself.
     (string[255])

     hostID - The  unique  Sun  hardware  identifier.  The  value
     returned is four byte binary string. (octet[4])
     motd - The first line of /etc/motd. (string[255])

     unixTime - The UNIX system time. Measured in  seconds  since
     January 1, 1970 GMT. (counter)

  sunProcessTable
     The sunProcessTable table reports UNIX process table  infor-
     mation.

     psProcessID - The process identifier for this process. (int)

     psParentProcessID - The process identifier of this process's
     parent. (int)

     psProcessSize - The combined size of the data and stack seg-
     ments (in kilobytes.) (int)

     psProcessCpuTime - The CPU time  (including  both  user  and
     system time) consumed so far. (int)

     psProcessState - The run-state of the process. (octet[4])



     R                             Runnable
     T                             Stopped
     P                             In page wait
     D                             Non-interruptable wait
     S                             Sleeping (less than 20 seconds)
     I                             Idle (more than 20 seconds)
     Z                             Zombie


     psProcessWaitChannel   -   Reason   process   is    waiting.
     (octet[16])

     psProcessTTY - Terminal, if any, controlling  this  process.
     (octet[16])

     psProcessUserName - Name of the user  associated  with  this
     process. (octet[16])

     psProcessUserID - Numeric form of the name of the user asso-
     ciated with this process. (int)

     psProcessName - Command name used to  invoke  this  process.
     (octet[64])

     psProcessStatus - Setting this variable will cause a  signal
     of the set value to be sent to the process. (int)


  sunHostPerf
     The sunHostPerf group reports hostperf information.

     rsUserProcessTime - Total number of timeticks used  by  user
     processes since the last system boot. (counter)

     rsNiceModeTime - Total number of timeticks  used  by  "nice"
     mode since the last system boot. (counter)

     rsSystemProcessTime - Total number of timeticks used by sys-
     tem processes since the last system boot. (counter)

     rsIdleModeTime - Total number  of  timeticks  in  idle  mode
     since the last system boot. (counter)

     rsDiskXfer1 - Total number of disk transfers since the  last
     boot for the first of four configured disks. (counter)

     rsDiskXfer2 - Total number of disk transfers since the  last
     boot for the second of four configured disks. (counter)

     rsDiskXfer3 - Total number of disk transfers since the  last
     boot for the third of four configured disks. (counter)

     rsDiskXfer4 - Total number of disk transfers since the  last
     boot for the fourth of four configured disks. (counter)

     rsVPagesIn - Number of pages read in from disk. (counter)

     rsVPagesOut - Number of pages written to disk. (counter)

     rsVSwapIn - Number of pages swapped in. (counter)

     rsVSwapOut - Number of pages swapped out. (counter)

     rsVIntr - Number of device interrupts. (counter)

     rsIfInPackets - Number of input packets. (counter)

     rsIfOutPackets - Number of output packets. (counter)

     rsIfInErrors - Number of input errors. (counter)

     rsIfOutErrors - Number of output errors. (counter)

     rsIfCollisions - Number of output collisions. (counter)

FILES
     /etc/snmp/conf/snmpd.conf     configuration information



     /etc/snmp/conf/mibiisa.acl    access control file


     /var/snmp/mib/sun.mib         standard SNMP MIBII file


ATTRIBUTES
     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-
     butes:



     ____________________________________________________________
    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Availability                | SUNWmibii                   |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Interface Stability         | Obsolete                    |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|


SEE ALSO
     inetd(1M), select(3C),  recvfrom(3SOCKET),  sendto(3SOCKET),
     attributes(5), gld(7D),

DIAGNOSTICS
     cannot dispatch request

         The proxy cannot dispatch the request. The rest  of  the
         message indicates the cause of the failure.


     select(3C) failed

         A select(3C) call failed. The rest of the message  indi-
         cates the cause of the failure.


     sendto(3SOCKET) failed

         A sendto(3SOCKET) call failed. The rest of  the  message
         indicates the cause of the failure.


     recvfrom(3SOCKET) failed

         A recvfrom(3SOCKET) call failed. The rest of the message
         indicates the cause of the failure.


     no response from system

         The SNMP agent on the target system does not respond  to
         SNMP  requests.  This error might indicate that the SNMP
         agent is not running on the target  system,  the  target
         system  is  down,  or  the network containing the target
         system is unreachable.


     response too big

         The agent could not fit the results of an operation into
         a single SNMP message. Split large groups or tables into
         smaller entities.


     missing attribute

         An attribute is missing from the requested group.


     bad attribute type

         An object attribute type received from  the  SNMP  agent
         that  does not match the attribute type specified by the
         proxy agent schema. The rest of  the  message  indicates
         the expected type and received type.


     cannot get sysUpTime

         The proxy agent cannot get the variable  sysUpTime  from
         the SNMP agent.


     sysUpTime type bad

         The variable sysUpTime received from the SNMP agent  has
         the wrong data type.


     unknown SNMP error

         An unknown SNMP error was received.


     bad variable value

         The requested specified an incorrect syntax or value for
         a set operation.


     variable is read only

         The SNMP agent did not perform the set request because a
         variable to set may not be written.


     general error

         A general error was received.


     cannot make request PDU

         An error occurred building a request PDU.


     cannot make request varbind list

         An error occurred building a  request  variable  binding
         list.


     cannot parse response PDU

         An error occurred parsing a response PDU.


     request ID - response ID mismatch

         The response ID does not match the request ID.


     string contains non-displayable characters

         A displayable string  contains  non-displayable  charac-
         ters.


     cannot open schema file

         An error occurred opening the proxy agent schema file.


     cannot parse schema file

         The proxy agent couldn't parse the  proxy  agent  schema
         file.


     cannot open host file

         An error occurred opening the file associated  with  the
         na.snmp.hostfile keyword in /etc/snmp/conf/snmpd.conf

     cannot parse host file

         The proxy agent was unable to parse the file  associated
         with      the      na.snmp.hostfile      keyword      in
         /etc/snmp/conf/snm.conf.


     attribute unavailable for set operations

         The set could not be completed because the attribute was
         not available for set operations.


BUGS
     The mibiisa utility returns the wrong  interface  speed  for
     the SBUS FDDI interface (for example, "bf0").

     The mibiisa utility does not return a MAC  address  for  the
     SBUS FDDI interface (for example, "bf0").

     Process names retrieved from mibiisa contain a leading blank
     space.

     When you change attribute values in the system group with an
     SNMP  set  request,  the change is effective only as long as
     mibiisa is running. mibiisa does not  save  the  changes  to
     /etc/snmp/conf/snmpd.conf.










Man pages from Solaris 10 Update 8. See docs.sun.com and www.oracle.com for further documentation and Solaris information.
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