Actively queuing ontap with snmp is not very useful.
ontap can send messages to an snmp server very nicely
the oid elements that are queried do not necessarily give very good replies
in fact why don’t you try the snmpwalk against ontap and see what you find, then look at the mib file and see what is not there. Last time I tried there were some large number of entries in the mib file and only a fraction of them respond to snmpwalk.
if someone is trying it might be best to find who and why and have them stop. It could be a security scam looking
Thanks, I may have to do this, though I am not setup for it now. I was hoping there might be some deep dark log to view, or a quick CLI to find the offender's IP. Certainly a suggestion for future releases...