2924 VLANs and SNMP

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    John Oliver, Aug 5, 2004
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    Accessing the Bridge MIB (RFC 1493)


    For the Catalyst 6000/5000/4000, the Bridge MIB (RFC 1493) contains a
    bridge port number for each Group Switching Ethernet module segment.
    Query the portCrossIndex.mod_num.port_num MIB object in the
    CISCO-STACK-MIB to find the BridgeID. The mod_num is the module number
    in Catalyst 6000/5000/4000 series switches, and the port_num is the
    first port in each Group Switching Ethernet module segment (that is,
    port 1, 13, 25, or 37).


    To display Bridge MIB information for different VLANs, change the SNMP
    community string to append "@vlan_num" to the configured SNMP
    community string. The vlan_num is the VLAN number.
     
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