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HP2650: How to find number of ethernet addresses on a vlan via snmp?

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Drew_38
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HP2650: How to find number of ethernet addresses on a vlan via snmp?

Hello everyone;

Does anyone know the correct command to execute from something like MRTG to get an HP2650 switch to tell the number of ethernet addresses on a particular vlan. The equivalent of typing 'sh mac vlan 3847' at the command line.

Thanks in advance;

Drew
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Paulen
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Re: HP2650: How to find number of ethernet addresses on a vlan via snmp?

I think you are out of luck here. The OID doesn't seem to be supported. Think it's some legacy.

btp@Fangorn:/mibs$ snmpwalk -c *** -v 2c -M /mibs -m ALL 10.20.0.9 hpVlan

HP-ICF-OID::hpVLAN = No Such Object available on this agent at this OID
Drew_38
Frequent Advisor

Re: HP2650: How to find number of ethernet addresses on a vlan via snmp?

Oh well thanks for replying I appreciate it.
Drew_38
Frequent Advisor

Re: HP2650: How to find number of ethernet addresses on a vlan via snmp?

Closing thread.