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MIB data has been updated in this release.

All supported MIBs may be found at /usr/share/snmp/mibs.
Table 1. MIB changes
ATT-VROUTER-STORM-CONTROL-MIB* New MIB to describe objects used to provide L2 traffic storm control information about the vRouter
  • MIB counters are now true 64-bit counters
  • MIB tables are now keyed using the associated ifIndex and VLAN ID as well as the table specific keys, for example, TrafficClass, ShaperClass. For a policy applied directly to a base interface, a VLAN ID of 0 is used. For VIF and switch VLANs, the associated VLAN ID is used