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Management Information Base (MIB)

To access Management Information Base (MIB) module, click on Devices > Management Information Base from the navigation. On the MIB listing module, you may search for specific MIB by using the search field.





The field and its function description is listed below.

FieldFunction
MIBThe name of the MIB
DescriptionThe general description for the MIB.
Action

Modules action :

  • To edit the setting of the MIB.
  • To delete the MIB.




ADD NEW MIB

Click on “Add MIB” button and populate the required fields. Fill in the field with relevant information to complete the process.



The field and its function description is listed below.

FieldFunction
MIB NameThe name of the MIB.
DescriptionThe general description for the MIB.
System NameThe object identifier (OID) for system name.
Device LocationThe object identifier (OID) for device location.
CPU LoadThe object identifier (OID) for CPU load.
Total MemoryThe object identifier (OID) for total memory.
Memory UsedThe object identifier (OID) for memory used.
Disk SizeThe object identifier (OID) for disk size.
Disk UsedThe object identifier (OID) for disk used.
Connected DeviceThe object identifier (OID) for connected devices.
Input VolumeThe object identifier (OID) for input volume.
Output VolumeThe object identifier (OID) for output volume.
System Up TimeThe object identifier (OID) for system uptime.
Interface DescThe object identifier (OID) for interface.
Total InterfaceThe object identifier (OID) for total number of interfaces.
Interface StatusThe object identifier (OID) for interface status.
Interface number to Monitor for Bandwith and SpeedThe interface number use to monitor bandwith and speed.




EDIT OR DELETE MIB

Click on edit icon, the edit screen be display which you can edit the setting of the MIB.  Click on the delete icon to delete the MIB. A prompt will be display to ask for your confirmation to proceed to delete the MIB. Please exercise with cautions as this not a reversible action.