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Where to obtain SNMP MIB Table for Kyocera Printer?

Posted on 2008-06-20
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Hi,

I am having a Kyocera FS-920 laserprinter here that speaks SNMP. But I need a proper MIB Table for information like paper jam, low toner and so on because I want to monitor the printer in Nagios.

Furthermore we are planning to buy about 50 more printers but a K.O. criteria is the ability to monitor them via SNMP, are there any recommended  manufacturers that make MIB tables available to customers?

Best regards,
toskala
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