I have seen on this forum that we can monitor the OSPF protocol using some OIDs, basically I have two routers using OSPF and one of this routers is configured with an static route (0.0.0.0/0), and the other router is learning that route by OSPF, so I saw that it is an OID that show us the Next Hop for an especific route, in this case the 0.0.0.0/0 route, however when I do an snmpwalk, it only brings me one OID concerning about the routes and their next hops... and unfortunatelly it is not the route that I need..
should the snmpwalk brings all the routes on the Router??
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