Snmpd.conf and own OIDs

Maxim Galkin lifefornazgul at
Wed Sep 5 00:52:32 UTC 2012

Guys, please help.
Before us is a challenge, there is a script that rake the value. Furthermore, this value should be placed in any OID or create your own Object Identificator (OID) for example: 1.3.6.h.h.h.h.h. To then get this OID with snmpwalk / snmpget on a remote computer.
read a lot of information, but have not found a concrete example ...

My OS "FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE , net-snmp 5.7.1_7

Wrote a bash script which gives the value of "integer" "5."
Added to snmpd.conf

exec .   / usr / local / bin / bash       / home / user / bin /

then try to get the value:

snmpwalk-v2c-c public localhost .

an error that the OID is not found. what am I doing wrong?
SNMPv2-SMI :: enterprises.1958 = No Such Object available on this agent at this OID

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