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[nocol-users] snmpgeneric error message.
The first question I have is that I'm using snmpgeneric to pull some misc. info, including the examples of polling for uptime/reboot, but I get the follow error message when I try to use the uptime checking: 17204 sub-identifier not found: sysUpTime Error in packet. Reason: There is no such variable name in this MIB. - .0.0 The configuration line for this is: ts1.eden 184.108.40.206 sysUpTime.0 Uptime <community> 240000 120000 60000 It seems like it's trying to "snmpget 220.127.116.11 community system.sysUpTime.0.0" for some reason. I'm not sure where the extra .0 is coming from. The other ones seem to work fine (I'm using it to monitor line saturation, as well as some other stuff.) It just seems to be this one that has a problem. I'm using NOCOL v4.4beta1 + rrdtool - decided to try it for grins, works out nicely because our network graphing utilities use rrdtool as well. Matt Raykowski - Network/Systems Administration Spacestar Communications, Inc. Dial-up to DS-3 Serving - MN WI ND MI IL Voice (612) 996-0000 / Fax (612) 996-0123 www.spacestar.net / firstname.lastname@example.org