how to get Summit1i - Version 7.2.0 (Build 25) temprature via SNMP?

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how to get Summit1i - Version 7.2.0 (Build 25) temprature  via SNMP for using in Solarwinds?

i need clear sample configuration.
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Hello,
If I'm looking at the mib correctly, the following OID provides "extremeCurrentTemperature" in Celsius.    .1.3.6.1.4.1.1916.1.1.1.8.0
You should be able to poll this location for the temperature information.
I should mention that this is a very old switch running older software that is no longer supported by Extreme Networks.  I can't make any promises that this will work :)

-Drew
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thank u for reply, but i need more info about MIB in extreme switches, what MIB is? some documents please.
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The MIB is like a database used by SNMP to match an OID to a particular value and provide units and other textual information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Management_information_base

You should be able to load the MIB into solarwinds for this.  I've uploaded the file you need to our FTP server.
http://tech.extremenetworks.com/ftp/ftp_new.aspx?file=v720b25.mib
It might load in your browser as text, so you'll need to either download it directly or copy and paste to a new text file and re-save it.

-Drew