phantomf4 - (love those old birds BTW) - If it was not a view issue, there are a few things we can check:
- Make sure there is no @ sign in your community string.
- There are a couple different bridge-mibs. The Engineer's Toolset SwitchPortMapper only checks the RFC1493-MIB:dot1dTpFdbTable, which your device might not support (you can use our MIB-Browser to find out.) For reference, the other bridge table is Q-BRIDGE-MIB:dot1qTpFdbTable. If your device only supports the second, I recommend you download our free Real-Time Dashboard Technical Preview, which contains a SwitchPortMapper gadget that supports both bridge-mibs.
well, that Real-time Dashboard Technical Preview software download link looks expired in Q1 2009.
Also, by Solarwinds Mib-browser, I did not find the dot1qTpFdbTable, dot1dTpFdbTable these two MIBs in dell 6248 switch.
Maybe we should ask Dell if they are in it.