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HP-UX 11.i MIB file????

Would anyone know where  I could get the MIB file for HPUX 11.i and/or for an RP5400?  I'm currently working with the smnpinfo.dat file (in /etc) without success.  
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gheistCommented:
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andyhinesAuthor Commented:
From the suggested reading, I get...

"This version of the SNMP Agent includes the subAgents, /usr/sbin/mib2agt, /usr/sbin/hp_unixagt and /usr/sbin/ipv6agt which implement the MIB-2, HP UNIX and IPv6 MIBs respectively....

The MIB-II and HP-UX MIBs are described in /var/opt/OV/share/snmp_mibs/Standard/rfc1213-MIB-II and /var/opt/OV/share/snmp_mibs/Vendor/Hewlett-Packard/hp-unix on systems with HP Openview products installed."


I've downloaded the rfc1213 and can see the info on the network cards just fine.

I have all "subAgents" (mib2agt, hp_unixagt and ipv6agt) installed and runing (by default).  Yet, I do not have the listed /var/opt/OV/share/snmp_mibs directory on my system.. I only have a /tmp directory in the /var/opt/OV/share directory.

I have used Getif to browse the walk the MIB tree on the server which shows tons of data points under .iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.hp.nm.  

However, I don't have the MIB file that tells whats what under this "tree"

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gheistCommented:
That is the way they suck money out of your company.
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andyhinesAuthor Commented:
Do you know the product that HP wants us to purchase so I can get these files?
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gheistCommented:
OpenView Network Node Manager
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