Dell PowerConnect 3024, PowerConnect 5012, PowerConnect 3048, v.6.0.4, A02

Managment information bases (MIBs) are a collection of definitions, which define the properties of the managed object within the device to be managed. Every managed device keeps a database of values for each of the definitions written in the MIB. It is not the actual database itself - it
is implementation dependant. Definition of the MIB conforms to the SMI given in RFC 1155. Internet MIB is given in RFC 1213 sometimes called the MIB-II.

Fixes & Enhancements

SNMP/MIB Enhancements

- Fixed a bug where SNMP GET dot1dTpFdbEntry always returns the next MAC address.

- Prevented spaces from being entered in SNMP Community Name and Host Name.

- Fixed a bug where the port number in a static address could not be changed through SNMP.

- Added support for dot1dStaticTable. Also removed static bridge from private MIB.

- Added support for a global switch operational status (SNMP olny).

- Added the user interfaces for configuration file upload/download.

- Implemented Dot1dTpFdEntry, Dot1dTpPortEntry, and IpAddrEntry in Bridge MIB.

- Removed obsolete object (coldTrapEnable) from the private MIB files. Coldstart traps are always enabled.

- Fixed a bug where BridgeStaticEntry could not be set properly with SNMPc.

- Fixed a bug where sometimes the authentication trap would not be sent if the community name in the SNMP request is unknown to the switch.


Version 6.0.4, A02



Release date

21 Aug 2009

Last Updated

03 Nov 2011


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