In order to have TCPware's SNMP agent serve out PMDF's channel counters, you must configure TCPware to know of the PMDF SNMP subagent. This is done with the TCPware command:
$ @TCPWARE:cnfnet.com SNMP
Do you want to activate the SNMP agent on this host [YES]:
YESto this question in order to activate the TCPware SNMP agent.
Do you want to configure subagent(s) on this host[NO]:
YESto this question in order to enable the PMDF SNMP subagent.
Enter the name of the shareable image without .EXE:
PMDF_EXE:PMDF_SNMP_TCPWAREto this question. If you have additional subagents, enter their names in response to the additional prompts. When there are no other subagent names to supply, enter a blank line.
Do you want to restart the SNMP Agent [NO]:
YESso as to start or restart the TCPware SNMP agent.
Configuring and starting the TCPware SNMP agent completes the configuration of the PMDF SNMP subagent. All operation of the subagent is automatically handled by the TCPware SNMP agent. Once the agent is configured and restarted, you can query the MIB variables described in Table 33-4 from an SNMP client.
Operation of the subagent is handled by TCPware. Consult the TCPware SNMP Services Management chapter of the TCPware for OpenVMS Management Guide for details.