[lvs-users] Net-SNMP-LVS-Module

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Subject: [lvs-users] Net-SNMP-LVS-Module
From: Allan Brand <allan.brand@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 20:53:30 -0600
I followed the article at

I cannot seem to figure where I am going wrong. I've tried this on CentOS,
Debian, and Gentoo, all with the same result.

Following the instructions, the problem I noticed was that *snmptranslate -m
LVS-MIB -On -IR lvsServiceEntry* did not return the expected value of *
.*. Instead, I get
*.*Now, looking at's site on SNMP, they state that they value I get is the
expected one. But, I believe there's is based off of a 2.4 kernel (I could
be mistaken).

The issue that is most troublesome is when I execute *snmpwalk -c public -v
2c -m LVS-MIB localhost* I get the following
error: *LVS-MIB::lvs
= No Such Object available on this agent at this OID*.

Has anyone else run into this and how can it be resolved? I've been googling
for days trying to resolve it but have not turned up any answers.
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