The MAC is in OID format there and the result is the dot1dPort that you can convert using dot1dBasePortIfIndex (184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.4.1.2).
I've tried pretty much everything and I'm pretty sure the switch doesn't support it, this post is a last resort. I know that the 1800s are routers but they still have 8 switch ports, I just can't believe that this information is not available through SNMP..
Note: I am not interested in getting the MAC address of the interfaces themselves but the devices connected to them.
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