Cisco Catalyst TCP-MIB::tcpMaxConn.0 = INTEGER: -1

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by amigan, Oct 4, 2006.

  1. amigan

    amigan Guest

    Can anyone explain why when I do an snmpget on this OID - I receive -1
    using 32 bit linux or solaris?
    Using 64 bit RedHat Linux I get an error..

    "truncating integer value to 32 bits TCP-MIB::tcpMaxConn.0 = INTEGER:
    4294967295"

    The command I am running..

    snmpget -v 1 c4006-1.yabadaba.com -c wilma tcpMaxConn.0

    I don't understand what the -1 or the >32bit value is about.

    Thanks.
    amigan, Oct 4, 2006
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  2. amigan

    amigan Guest

    Found the issue. The snmpget and snmpwalk tool I was using was
    assuming it was to use snmp v1. Once I specified v2 or v3 it worked.
    Looks like v1 does not support integers great than 32 bits. Now I know.
    amigan, Oct 6, 2006
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