Palo Alto: SNMP MIB browser (OID list)


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MIB files with the search keyword "" in their Object ID's (OID)

About Palo Alto

Palo Alto Networks, often referred to as Palo Alto, is a cybersecurity company with a focus on providing advanced security solutions for organizations worldwide. Founded in 2005 by Nir Zuk and headquartered in Santa Clara, California, Palo Alto Networks is recognized for its dedication to enhancing cybersecurity in an increasingly digital and interconnected world. Palo Alto Networks offers a comprehensive suite of security products and services designed to safeguard networks, cloud environments, and endpoints from a wide range of cyber threats. Their solutions include next-generation firewalls, cloud security, threat intelligence, endpoint protection, and security management tools. The company has mission to provide organizations with the tools and expertise needed to protect their digital assets and data while enabling secure and uninterrupted business operations. Palo Alto Networks has played a significant role in shaping the cybersecurity landscape and continues to innovate to address evolving cyber threats and challenges.

Can I view Palo Alto MIBs or OIDs online?

Yes, you can search, browse, or view any Palo Alto MIBs or OIDs online without downloading anything or using third-party applications.

How do I download Palo Alto SNMP MIB?

To download Palo Alto MIB files, click on the SNMP MIB file you need from the list above. Then, select the format in which you want to download the MIB file (.mib, .csv, .json, .yml) by clicking on the appropriate icon.

What is SNMP, MIB, OID?

SNMP stands for Simple Network Management Protocol. It is a standard protocol used for monitoring and managing network devices, such as routers, switches, and servers. SNMP MIB (Management Information Base) files contain information about the parameters and variables that can be monitored or managed on a network device. They provide a structured way to access and control device settings. An OID is a unique identifier assigned to each object in a MIB. OIDs are represented as a sequence of numbers separated by dots (e.g., They serve as a way to locate and reference specific data points within a MIB. OIDs are used to request and retrieve information from network devices via SNMP. Learn about SNMP protocol in this step-by-step SNMP tutorial.

What should I do if my Palo Alto MIB is not in the list?

If you do not find the MIB you need here, then try searching the official website or seek assistance on their forum. Also, consider asking for help on Reddit.