Richard Bejtlich's blog on digital security, strategic thought, and military history.
That's good if you only need to use it once. But, as with most critical IT tools, you will need to use it over and over again. My suggestion is to use ByteSphere's OidView MIB Browser. It has other built in tools as well (SNMP Trap Manager, Interface Monitor, etc.), and they have a great support staff.
Richard,Try out a new tool called Unbrowse. It is a free SNMP v1, v2, even v3 MIB browser. We are using it in our classes. Did I mention it is free ? See here
We use ireasoning MIB browser. It works pretty well on both Windows and Linux. Best of all, it's free!
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