I'm having a small issue with mapping a particular MIB on the switch to the SNMP based software. I'm using Manage-engine software & using the switchport mapper module of it. The basic aim was to get a report which can give me the Port-PC/MAC mapping and give me a consolidated list of which ports are in Use and which are not-in-use.
SNMP configs on the 3750 have been done and i'm able to use all the other modules of manage-engine software, except the switchport mapper. When I run this application I get an error message - " could not find Bridge-MIB on the switch" on the 3750. Can someone help me uploading this MIB on the switch or the SNMP software? How do I get this working?
Well, you probably need the BRIDGE-MIB.my file so you can load it into your "manage-engine" software...so yes, you're fine on the Cisco end as far as that goes.
What you likely need to know from the manage-engine folks is:
1. How do I compile this MIB file into the manage-engine software?
2. Which MIB object (OID) is it polling in order to populate the switchport mapper.
Finally, and just to be sure, you can verify that this device supports the object that manage-engine gives you in answer to question 2 above by manually running an snmpwalk against the 3750 for that object. Please note that not all objects are supported in all of the listed MIBs from the link I sent you earlier:
so there is a possibility that your 3750 doesn't support the object being polled.
Hope this helps,