Synology: SNMP MIB browser (OID list)
Download Synology MIB files or View SNMP OID List
MIB files with the search keyword "22.214.171.124.4.1.6574." in their Object ID's (OID)
Synology Inc. is a Taiwanese company that specializes in network-attached storage (NAS), IP surveillance solutions, and network equipment. They are well-known for their NAS devices, which are storage appliances that allow individuals and businesses to store and manage data, files, and multimedia content in a centralized and easily accessible manner. Synology NAS devices often run their proprietary DiskStation Manager (DSM) operating system, providing a range of features such as file sharing, data backup, multimedia streaming, and more. In addition to NAS devices, Synology also offers software solutions for data management and backup, as well as hardware and software for IP surveillance systems. They have gained popularity for their user-friendly interfaces and robust features, making them a popular choice for both home users and businesses looking for reliable storage and data management solutions.
Can I view Synology MIBs or OIDs online?
Yes, you can search, browse, or view any Synology MIBs or OIDs online without downloading anything or using third-party applications.
How do I download Synology SNMP MIB?
To download Synology MIB files, click on the 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., 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52). 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.