SNMP MIB: Download Any MIB (Cisco, Juniper, HP, Mikrotik, Synology, FortiGate, CheckPoint, Aruba, ZTE etc.)

download snmp mib files

Here, on the you can download almost any SNMP MIB file from any vendors (Cisco, Juniper, HP, Mikrotik, Palo Alto, CheckPoint, Aruba, Fortinet/FortiGate, Synology, ZTE, VMware, etc.) and you can view 15000+ valid SNMP MIB files. Wait, but why another MIB browser/collection? Well, I have never been completely satisfied with the online SNMP MIB … Read more

How to configure SNMP v3 on Cisco Switch, Router, ASA, Nexus

Configure SNMPv3 on Cisco Router and Switch

In this guide I will show you how to configure SNMPv3 on Cisco IOS, IOS-XE, IOS-XR based routers and switches, ASA firewalls and Nexus switches (OS-NX) with examples. SNMP, which stands for Simple Network Management Protocol, is a communication protocol that allows discovery, monitoring, and configuration of SNMP compatible devices that are connected to the … Read more

Raspberry Pi SNMP monitoring: Install & enable Agent (server)

In this tutorial, we will learn all that there is about Raspberry Pi SNMP Monitoring. I will show you step by step how to install, configure and enable an SNMP agent (server) on Raspberry Pi. And how to extend the capabilities of the SNMP agent so that you can monitor new parameters like the temperature … Read more

Top SNMP Alternatives because SNMP is dying (updated 2023)

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Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) simplifies device management by enabling centralized discovery, monitoring, and configuration of devices on the network (routers, switches, printers and others) – find out more in my definitive step by step SNMP tutorial. It is difficult to find a complete alternative to SNMP because it has been implemented into millions of … Read more

Identify devices with SNMP System OID [sysObjectID database]

This sysObjectID database is the largest on the Internet and contains 14563 entries that can help you identify SNMP-enabled devices on your network (updated 2022). Basically, if you query a device with sysObjectID ( you will get a unique system object ID (learn how). And using the table below, you will be able to find … Read more