Compiled MIBs
SNMP Management Console compiles the MIB prior to using it to create requests. This is done to save on memory when parsing request responses and to make drag-and-drop request building faster.
 
Your path to begin building requests (lists, charts, tables, or forms) will begin by determining whether SNMP Management Console includes a suitable MIB for your device.
If you have a specific MIB that was included with your device, you should begin by compiling the MIB. See Compiling MIBs below.
If you do not have a specific MIB for your device and the device is not listed on the list of MIBs, you can still use the standard MIBs to create requests for that device. In that case, you will use the standard RFC1213 or RFC1066 MIB to build your requests.