You have the correct MIB IF-MIB which is used to monitor the interfaces for input/output traffic. However the OID you have mentioned is normal 32 bit counter which can wrap up too-fast if the traffic is high. Also, We need to see the delta value of traffic between two timestamp to check the correct input/output traffic.
If the intrefaces are high Capacity or say for interfaces that operate at 650,000,000 bits/second or faster, 64-bit packet and octet counters must be used. 64-bit counters are not supported on 10 Mb Ethernet ports, only 100 Mb Fast-Ethernet and other high speed ports support 64-bit counters.
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