The complete listing of MIB objects that are made available on the Secure Remote Access Appliance can be discovered by performing an SNMP walk against the appliance by specifying ".1" as the OID to start walking.
Executing an SNMP walk at this level will show both the MIB-2 and UCD MIB objects that are available. An example command line SNMP walk would look like the following:
Or, if you are interested only in the UCD portion of the tree, specify ".220.127.116.11.4.1.2021" as the root OID:
If you perform a full SNMP walk you will see a large set of available MIBs that are made available. The following SNMP parent MIB OIDs will yield the most useful information concerning your appliance. If you would like to retrieve all of the available child OIDs for each of the parent MIBs listed below, modify your SNMP walk to start at the parent MIB. For example, to SNMP walk the parent "interfaces" MIB, specify the OID ".18.104.22.168.2.1.2", and it will list all of the child OIDs available: