Need assistance adding Juniper switches into XMC

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I am demoing XMC in my lab (I'm a partner) and am trying to figure out how to get more information from my Juniper switches via snmp.  I have successfully added a few devices via snmp for UP/DOWN status and some basic interface stats, but I'm lacking CPU/MEMORY information along with chassis and serial number info.  Is there a way to fix this?

I'm also trying to manage configurations and firmware on these devices, how can this be achieved on a Juniper EX switch?

I am running NetSight Suite 8.0.3.53 in a virtual machine and Junos 15.1X53-D51 the EX2300 switch.

Relevant Juniper SNMP config:

community public {
    authorization read-write;
    clients {
        10.30.11.230/32;
    }
}
trap-options {
    source-address 10.30.11.101;
}
trap-group xmc {
    version v2;
    targets {
        10.30.11.230;
    }
}
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Raghurajan, Sandeep, Employee

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Hi Daniel,

You can try by importing the Juniper MIBS into EMC and check. Please visit the below link for information on importing the MIBS.

https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/How_To/Netsight-Importing-a-MIB-into-Netsight
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Thanks.  The Juniper Mibs came in an archive, do they need to be extracted before I transfer them into MyMibs?
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They should be extracted. It should generally be a text file.