I was playing with the Cisco IOS MIB Locator tool saw a long list of MIBs for 3845 routers running IOS 12.4(15)T9 - Advanced Enterprise Services. Does this mean that all of the listed MIBs are already on the router for my NMS to poll? Or does this mean that I would have to load all of these MIBs onto the router before my NMS can poll the router for the OIDs in these MIBs?
yes. you are right. all these MIBS are available to be polled by your NMS. You do not need to take any action. There is no such thing as loading a MIB into your router. either your IOS sppts the MIB or you need to upgrade to a version that does.
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