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Getting a string counter name from an object identifier

April 14, 2024

ID 209705

In order to use an object identifier (OID) for transferring information to third-party applications, you may need to get a string counter name from that OID.

To get a string counter name from an OID:

  1. Open the adminkit.mib file, that is located on the Administration Server, in a text editor.
  2. Locate the namespace describing the first value (from left to right).

    For example, for 1.1.4 OID suffix would be "counters" (::= { kladminkit 1 }).

  3. Locate the namespace describing the second value.

    For example, for 1.1.4 OID suffix would be counters 1, which stands for deployment.

  4. Locate the namespace describing the third value.

    For example, for 1.1.4 OID suffix would be deployment 4, which stands for hostsWithAntivirus.

The string counter name is the concatenation of these values, for example, <MIB base namespace>.counters.deployment.hostsWithAntivirus, and it corresponds to the OID with the value of 1.3.6.1.4.1.23668.1093.1.1.4.

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