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TNM SNMP Data Types

An OBJECT IDENTIFIER value is a sequence of positive numbers, which defines a path from the root of the global OID registration tree to a MIB object or MIB instance. 

The primitive Tcl string representation is the dotted notation, where sub-identifiers are separated by dots. For example, the OBJECT IDENTIFIER for the MIB node labeled mib-2 has the Tcl string representation “”. 

The Tnm extension always returns sub-identifier as decimal numbers. However, the Tnm extension accepts sub-identifiers that contain hexadecimal values. 

A hexadecimal sub-identifier is either preceded by a colon instead of a dot or by the sequence “0x”. For example, the OBJECT IDENTIFIER value “” is automatically converted to the value “”.



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