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If you are using Zenoss as a monitoring solution, chances are you are sending snmp traps to it, right? In that case you should always remember to import the MIBs for the devices you are monitoring. Because if you don’t it can be a real pain in the ass to figure what it is wrong when all you see is a “warning snmp trap enterprises.”. Sadly there is no way to import MIBs using the gui in Zenoss, you have to use the cli. So here’s a short guide: First you need to download the MIBs. The easiest way to do that is to google the oid that is sent to Zenoss, there are a bunch of sites that provide MIBs for download. One example being oidview Next you need to copy the MIB to the server running Zenoss. If you are experienced with Linux that shouldn’t be a problem…

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