snmpset TruthValue question

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Sep 20th, 2007

hello,

I have the following MIB object:

cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX TruthValue

MAX-ACCESS read-write

STATUS current

[email protected]:/home/teo# snmpwalk -v 2c -c demopublic 192.168.1.11 CISCO-DOT11-SSID-SECURITY-MIB::cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabledCISCO-DOT11-SSID-SECURITY-MIB::cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled."gstam-cisco".1 = INTEGER: true(1)

CISCO-DOT11-SSID-SECURITY-MIB::cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled."gstam-cisco".2 = INTEGER: false(2)

CISCO-DOT11-SSID-SECURITY-MIB::cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled."gstam-cisco".3 = INTEGER: false(2)

how can i write a false value to the following object?

CISCO-DOT11-SSID-SECURITY-MIB::cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabledCISCO-DOT11-SSID-SECURITY-MIB::cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled."gstam-cisco".1 = INTEGER: true(1)

i have tried this but it doesnt work:

snmpset -v 2c -c demopublic 192.168.1.11 CISCO-DOT11-SSID-SECURITY-MIB::cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled."gstam-cisco".1 = 2

CISCO-DOT11-SSID-SECURITY-MIB::cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled.gstam-cisco.1: Unknown Object Identifier (Index out of range: gstam-cisco (cdot11SecAuxSsid))

I have this problem too.
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David Stanford Tue, 09/25/2007 - 06:55

You might have to change your syntax and specify that it is an integer type...not sure what your snmp util is

ex)

snmpset -v 2c private 192.168.1.11 cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled.1 integer 1

theodionys Tue, 09/25/2007 - 07:02

snmpset -v 2c private 192.168.1.11 cdot11SecAuxSsidAuthEnabled.1 i 1

thanks !!!

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