When you use the object identifiers in a command syntax, you must include the SUN-PLATFORM-MIB MIB name. For example, using the V2c protocol:
$ command -v2c -c public mc_IP SUN-PLATFORM-MIB::object_id argument
Or using the V3 protocol:
$ command -v3 -u snmp_user -l security_level -a authentication_protocol -A authentication_password -x DES -X privacy_password mc_IP SUN-PLATFORM-MIB::object_id argument
command is the command of the SNMP client that performs the action.
snmp_user is a configured user of the SNMP services.
noAuthNoPriv – There is no authentication or privacy.
authNoPriv – There is authentication, but no privacy.
authPriv – There is authentication and privacy.
authentication_protocol is either MD5 or SHA
authentication_password is the snmp_user’s authentication password.
privacy_password is the snmp_user’s privacy password.
mc_IP is the IP address of the management controller.
object_id is the object identifier, as listed in the right column of the tables.
argument is a combination of options and variables that support the object identifier.
For example, to securely display a table of switch components addressable by the management controller with IP address of 220.127.116.11:
$ snmpwalk -v3 -u usersnmp -l authPriv -a MD5 -A authpass -x DES -X privpass 18.104.22.168 SUN-PLATFORM-MIB::sunPlatEquipmentTable