Ola pessoal, toda vez q vc baixa uma nova firmware da proxim pro seus aps ela disponibiliza os MIBs (ORiNOCO Management Information Base). Nao sei muito bem pra que serve! gostaria de saber se alguem ja analisou o conteúdo dos MIBs (podem ser aberto no visual c++)? passo a vocês um trecho do arquivo orinoco_ec.mib:

--=============================================================================
-- Copyright (C) 2002 Proxim Corporation
-- Proxim Corporation - PROPRIETARY
-- Disclosure to third parties or reproduction in any from
-- whatsoever, without prior written consent, is strictly forbiden.
--=============================================================================

--=============================================================================
-- Includes
--=============================================================================

--#condInclude "rfc1155.smi"
--#condInclude "rfc1212.smi"
--#condInclude "rfc1213.inc"
--#condInclude "rfc1215.smi"

--=============================================================================
-- ORiNOCO MIB Begin
--=============================================================================

ORiNOCO-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

--=============================================================================
-- ORiNOCO MIB Imports
--=============================================================================

IMPORTS

MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, NOTIFICATION-TYPE, OBJECT-IDENTITY,
enterprises, IpAddress, Counter32, Gauge32, TimeTicks, Integer32,
Counter64
FROM SNMPv2-SMI

DisplayString, PhysAddress, MacAddress, TruthValue, TimeStamp,
TimeInterval, DateAndTime, RowStatus, TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
FROM SNMPv2-TC

MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP
FROM SNMPv2-CONF

ifIndex
FROM RFC1213-MIB;

--=============================================================================
-- ORiNOCO MIB Module Identity: orinoco
--=============================================================================

orinoco MODULE-IDENTITY
LAST-UPDATED "200209230000Z"
ORGANIZATION "Proxim Corporation"
CONTACT-INFO
"Daniel R. Borges
Proxim Corporation
Enterprise LAN Division
3950 Shackleford Rd. Suite 500
Duluth, GA 30096
USA
Tel: +1.678.924.6533
Fax: +1.678.924.6512
Email: drborges@proxim.com"
DESCRIPTION
"MIB Definition used in the ORiNOCO Wireless Product Line:
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).
agere(11898).orinoco(2)"
::= { agere 2 }

--=============================================================================
-- Definition of Textual Conventions
--=============================================================================

VlanId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"A 12-bit VLAN ID used in the VLAN Tag header."
SYNTAX Integer32 (0..4094)

InterfaceBitmask ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"An Interface Bitmask used to enable or disable access or
functionality of an interface in the system. Each bit in this
object represents a network interface in the system consistent
with the ifIndex object in MIB-II. The value for this object is
interpreted as a bitfield, where the value of 1 means enabled.
Examples of Usage:
1. For a system with the following interfaces:
- Ethernet If = 1
- Loopback If = 2
- Wireless If A = 3
- Wireless If B = 4
Interface Bitmask usage:
- 00000000 (0x00): all Interfaces disabled
- 00000001 (0x01): Ethernet If enabled
- 00000100 (0x04): Wireless If A enabled
- 00001000 (0x08): Wireless If B enabled
- 00001101 (0x0D): All Interfaces enabled
- 00001111 (0x0F): All Interfaces enabled (see Note)
- 00000101 (0x05): Ethernet and Wireless If A enabled
- 00000111 (0x07): Ethernet and Wireless If A enabled (see Note)
Note: The internal loopback interface bit (00000010, 0x02) is
ignored in the usage of the interface bitmask object.

2. For a system with the following interfaces:
- Ethernet WAN If = 1
- Ethernet LAN If = 2
- Wireless If A = 3
Inteface Bitmask usage:
- 00000000 (0x00): all Interfaces disabled
- 00000001 (0x01): Ethernet WAN If enabled
- 00000010 (0x02): Ethernet LAN If enabled
- 00000011 (0x03): Ethernet WAN and LAN If enabled
- 00000100 (0x04): Wireless If A enabled
- 00000101 (0x05): Ethernet WAN and Wireless If A enabled
- 00000110 (0x06): Ethernet LAN and Wireless If A enabled
- 00000111 (0x07): All Interfaces enabled

3. For a system with the following interfaces:
- Ethernet If = 1
- Loopback If = 2
- Wireless If A = 3
Interface Bitmask usage:
- 00000000 (0x00): all Interfaces disabled
- 00000001 (0x01): Ethernet If enabled
- 00000100 (0x04): Wireless If A enabled
- 00000101 (0x05): Ethernet and Wireless If A enabled
- 00000111 (0x07): Ethernet and Wireless If A enabled (see Note)
Note: The internal loopback interface bit (00000010, 0x02) is
ignored in the usage of the interface bitmask object."
SYNTAX Integer32 (0..255)