>>>>> Tim Westbrook writes:
Tim> I have included relevent type defintitions and the mib table
Tim> definition as well as the oid that caused the error.
Tim> Command - % Tnm::mib unpack
Tim> illegal length of the instance identifier
One additional piece of information would be valuable: Where does the
instance identifier start? In other words, what is the output when you
feed the OID into the 'mib split' command? (I guess I already know
where the problem lies but I want to be sure my guess it right.)
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