>>>>> Ed Barnes writes:
Ed> When I try to set a particular entry, I get the error:
Ed> unknown asn1 type 0x10
There is no way for me to help on problem reports like this. Please be
verbose when reporting problems. This means to give all information
needed to reproduce the problem. Just saying "a particular entry" in
"a part of our enterprise mib" is just not enough.
Having said this, I recommend to get smilint from the libsmi toolset
<URL:http://www.ibr.cs.tu-bs.de/projects/libsmi/> to validate the MIBs
that you are using. This is a good investment I am working on
replacing the scotty MIB parser with the libsmi MIB parser...
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