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       Variable names are in the  format  of  Object  Identifiers
       (ASN.1).   There  are  several  methods of representation.
       Each variable name is given in the format  of  A.B.C.D...,
       where  A,  B,  C,  and  D are subidentifiers in one of two
       forms of notation.  Each subidentifier may be encoded as a
       decimal  integer, or a symbol as found in the RFC1066 MIB.
       The case of the symbols is not significant.
       If there is no leading "." in the variable name, the  name
       will   be   formed   as   if  having  been  preceded  with
       "iso.org.dod.internet.mgmt.mib.".  A "."  must  be  placed
       before  the first variable if the user is to fully specify
       the name.  For example:

       1.1.0 system.sysDescr.0 and 1.sysDescr.0

       all refer to the same variable name.  Likewise:

       .     .iso.org.dod.internet.mgmt.mib.sys­
       tem.sysdescr.0 .

       All refer to the same variable name.

       The  description  of  the variables in the MIB is given in
       the set of mib files defined by the MIBS environment vari­
       able (or the default list defined at compilation time) and
       the mib files in the DATADIR/snmp/mibs directory  (or  the
       MIBDIRS environment variable).


       RFC 1065, RFC 1066, RFC 1067, ISO IS 8824(ASN.1)


       The parser of the mib files file is not expected to handle
       bizarre (although correct) interpretations  of  the  ASN.1

                           02 Mar 1999               VARIABLES(5)
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