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snmp cisco interface mib question

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I am using the oid oid 1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.19.10148 for harvesting output drops on a switch interface.  The last 5 numbers in the oid (10148) is for the specific interface gig 1/0/48.  I am wanting to know if there is a mib or procedure to look for ALL output drops across ALL interfaces.  In other words i am wanting to poll once instead of 48 times (on a 48port switch).

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There is no OID that I am aware of to grab any single interface counter and return values for all interfaces.

Even if there were... I wonder if the format would be nice and useable like a list of interface:counter-type:count values.
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