I browsed down the tree on one of my 3750's using the instructions in the tech note you referenced. Mine reports back the MAC address info as expected. For instance, 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206 reports back a MAC address value that is the same as one (of the many) I get from a "sh mac-address-table" command from the switch.
How are you MIB browsing? I used Solarwinds' MIB Browser.
I think I have a clue : I read somewhere that for the Bridge-MIB, one SNMP request concerns only one Vlan. So if I specify public@1 for example, I will get back information only about the Vlan1 (in the case the read community is Public). If I try public@2, I will get back other mac adresses seen on ports belonging to Vlan2.
If I go through all Vlans of the switch, I would maybe get back all mac adresses seen on each ports...
If you have other idea, I will be thankful for your help!
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