This appendix lists the supported management information base (MIBs) for this release on the switch. It contains these sections:
•Using FTP to Access the MIB Files
Note The BRIDGE-MIB supports the context of a single VLAN. By default, SNMP messages using the configured community string always provide information for VLAN 1. To obtain the BRIDGE-MIB information for other VLANs, for example VLAN n, use this community string in the SNMP message: configured community string @n.
•CISCO-FLASH-MIB (Flash memory on all switches is modeled as removable flash memory.)
•CISCO-HSRP-EXT-MIB (partial support)
•CISCO-IETF-IP-MIB (Only with the IP services and advanced IP services feature set)
•CISCO-IETF-IP-FORWARDING-MIB (Only with the advanced IP services feature set)
•CISCO-IETF-ISIS-MIB (Only with the IP services and advanced IP services feature sets)
•CISCO-IMAGE-MIB (Only stack master feature set details are shown.)
•CISCO-MEMORY-POOL-MIB (Only stack master feature set details are shown.)
•CISCO-PORT-QOS-MIB (the cportQosStats Table returns the values from the octets and packet counters, depending on switch configuration)
•CISCO-PROCESS-MIB (Only stack master details are shown.)
•CISCO-SLB-MIB (Only with the advanced IP services feature sets)
•CISCO-STACK-MIB (Partial support on stacking-capable switches: for some objects, only stack master information is supported. ENTITY MIB is a better alternative.)
•CISCO-STACKMAKER-MIB (stacking-capable switches only)
•CISCO-STACKWISE PLUS MIB (stacking-capable switches only)
•ENTITY-MIB (The redundant power system [RPS] is represented as an entry in the entPhysical table of this MIB.)
•IF-MIB (In and out counters for VLANs are not supported.)
•OLD-CISCO-CHASSIS-MIB (Partial support on stacking-capable switches; some objects reflect only the stack master.)
•OLD-CISCO-FLASH-MIB (Supports only the stack master in a switch stack. Use CISCO-FLASH_MIB.)
•RFC1213-MIB (Functionality is as per the agent capabilities specified in the CISCO-RFC1213-CAPABILITY.my.)
Note You can also use this URL for a list of supported MIBs for these switches
You can access other information about MIBs and Cisco products on the Cisco web site:
Using FTP to Access the MIB Files
You can get each MIB file by using this procedure:
Step 1 Make sure that your FTP client is in passive mode.
Note Some FTP clients do not support passive mode.
Step 2 Use FTP to access the server ftp.cisco.com.
Step 3 Log in with the username anonymous.
Step 4 Enter your e-mail username when prompted for the password.
Step 5 At the
ftp> prompt, change directories to /pub/mibs/v1 and /pub/mibs/v2.
Step 6 Use the get MIB_filename command to obtain a copy of the MIB file.