I’ve taken the liberty of uploading some of the vendor specific SNMP MIBS that I work with from day to day. It would seem that there are a great many people looking for these (and other) SNMP MIBS with tools like Google and Yahoo. I know I’ve personally spent hours on end searching for some MIBS and while the vendors have gotten much better at making them available there is still room for improvement.
Update: Monday February 20, 2017 – I’ve added a MIB for the Cisco SG200/SG300 Small Business Switches.
Update: Wednesday February 8, 2017 – I’ve added a MIB for the IBM SVC and FS 840 flash storage solution, added Extreme/Zebra/Motorola RFS4010 v5.8.5
Update: Sunday November 6, 2016 – I’ve added a MIB for the Sonus Session Border Controller
Update: Friday July 16, 2016 – I’ve added a MIB for the AT&T Netgate VPN Gateway
Update: Monday March 25, 2013 – I’ve added a (very small) MIB for the IBM XIV SAN, along with MIBS for Opengear terminal servers.
Update: Friday November 9, 2012 – I’ve added the MIBS for Junos v11.4R5.5 now that I’m using a lot of Juniper SRX appliances. I’ve also updated the Avaya ERS 8600/8800 SNMP MIB (RAPID-CITY) with the 7.x software release.
Update: Saturday, February 5, 2011 – I’ve added a few HP SNMP MIBS after I had to start graphing Data Center power consumption (kWs). Just be warned that the Insight Management kit has a lot of third party SNMP mibs in the archive which might be out of date or create problems, you should backup your existing SNMP MIBS before just installing them.
Update: Tuesday, December 28, 2010 – I’ve downloaded all the Cisco SNMP v2 MIBs today and created a new archive (v2.tar.gz) which includes all the latest SNMP MIBs from Cisco. I’m not sure why they don’t update the archive on their FTP site, instead I had to download all 1200+ MIBs and create my own archive.
Update: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 – this page seems to be getting a lot of hits so I’ve taken the time to clean up the page and add some additional links and material.
Update: Monday, August 9, 2010 – I added some information for Check Point and the legacy Nokia IP560 security appliances that were acquired by Check Point.
American Power Conversion (APC)
- APC UPS/PDU Management Cards (v401)
- APC UPS/PDU Management Cards (v395)
- APC UPS Management Cards (v387)
Avaya (formerly Nortel)
- Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8600/8800 (v22.214.171.124)
- Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 (v126.96.36.199)
- Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 (v4.1.4)
- Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 1600 (v2.1.4)
- Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 5000 Series (v6.2)
- Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 5500 Series (v6.1)
- Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 5500 Series (v5.1)
- Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 4000 Series (v5.6)
- Nortel Ethernet Switch 450
- Nortel Ethernet Switch 460/470 (v3.7)
- Nortel Application Switch (v188.8.131.52)
- Nortel VPN Router v7.05.300
- Nortel BayRS AN/ARN/ASN/BLN/BCN Routers (v15.6)
- Nortel Centillion ATM 100 Switch (v5.1.2)
- Nortel Succession 4.5 (includes TRAPS)
- Nortel (Succession) Call Server 1000 5.5
- Nortel (Succession) Call Server 1000 6.0
- BayNetworks Xylogics 5399 RAC v9.0.3
Cisco Small Business
- SG200/SG300 Small Business Switches (v1.4.1)
Extreme/Zebra/Motorola (formerly Symbol)
- Extreme/Zebra/Motorola RFS4010 Switch (v5.8.5)
- Motorola WS5100 Wireless LAN Switch (v3.3.3)
- Motorola WS5100 Wireless LAN Switch (v3.0.3)
- Motorola WS5000/WS5100 Wireless LAN Switch (v2.1.3)
- Motorola RFS7000 Wireless LAN Switch (v1.x)
- Motorola RFS7000 Wireless LAN Switch (v4.0)
- Motorola RFS7000 Wireless LAN Switch (v4.3.2)
- Motorola AP7131 Wireless Access Point (v3.2.0)
- Motorola AP7131 Wireless Access Point (v4.1.1)
- Motorola WS2000 Wireless LAN Switch (v2.3)
- HP Insight Management Kit – includes MIBS from APC, Cisco, Brocade, IBM, HP, Compaq, Blade Networks, VMware, LeftHand, etc (v8.6.0 10/1/2010)
- HP KVM
- HP Rack
- HP GbE2c Blade Switch (v5.1.3)
- Juniper SRX Firewall/VPN Appliance (v11.4R5.5)
- Juniper SRX Firewall/VPN Appliance (v10.1R1.8)
- Juniper SRX Firewall/VPN Appliance (v10.1b)
- Juniper SA4000 SSL VPN Appliance
Unfortunately I only have a limited amount of disk space so I must post these files compressed. I believe some are just standard zip format while a few might be using the bzip2 format. I personally use 7zip on my Windows XP desktop and it can handle both formats. I have plenty of disk space these days…