MIBs SMNP Problem not resolved

Good evening everyone, I have a problem with the MIB, let me explain better I uploaded the .mib file inside the folder .local / share / snmp / mibs / and inside the check_mk on SetupEventsEvent Console rule packages SNMP MIBs for trap translation results visible the .MIB file I also enabled the “Translate SNMP traps” but I don’t see anything let’s say you see some services the rest nothing how to solve it …
Thanks so much for your help.

You cannot just upload a MIB definition and expect service checks to appear magically.

MIBs are just a syntactic description of the SNMP OIDs and do not transport any machine readable semantics.

New SNMP service checks have to be implemented as plugins for the check engine: Writing your own check plug-ins

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The MIB only translate the numeric OID to a human readable format.

In case you want to use trap´s (which I doesnt recommend) you need to enable MKEVENT_SNMPTRAPD in your site config.
See

If you want to check things via SNMP you may use the rule " Classical active and passive Monitoring checks" with the nagios plugin check_snmp

Example:

Service description: 	Bluecoat CPU usage
Command line: 	check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C ITSecOp -o 1.3.6.1.4.1.3417.2.4.1.1.1.4.1 -w 80 -c 90 -P 2c -u % -l CPU
Internal command name: 	check_generic_cpuload_v2c
Performance data: 	process performance data

The best way is of course as mentioned by @r.sander to write your own plugins.

regards

Michael

thank you for answer, If send attached file mib for look, I try other software for verified and ok but only site thanks for the reply, in the text of the attached file try to look, I try other software to verify and it works instead in the checkmk site it doesn’t work so I think the version only supports SNMP Version 2 not 3? I tried to follow your directions but they don’t work …

Let me explain better the host configured on the checkMK site can be seen and worked but the services are not complete and are partially visible.

thank you
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" If you want to check things via SNMP you may use the rule " Classical active and passive Monitoring checks" with the nagios plugin check_snmp"

i didn’t understand how to make it work, i installed the plugin but i can’t find the configuration, help me?

On Checkmk 2.x : This rule is known as “Integrate Nagios plugins”
On Checkmk 1.6.x or below that: It is known as “Classical active and passive Monitoring checks”