Not sure, this is a Cisco question, but a good way to test that is to take a MIB Walk of what the agent returns and to compare with the CLI output, and also compare with what NPM shows (at approx. the same time of course).
Whatever NPM shows but be ~= to the SNMP walk. Otherwise it's a bug.
You can use this procedure or whatever MIB browser (from Eng Toolset for ex.)You can download the Win32 binaries here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/net-snmp/files/net-snmp%20binaries/5.5-binaries/net-snmp-5.5.0-1.x86.exe/downloadIt doesn’t matter what machine do you install it on, as long as it reaches the device.Run this command from “installation directory/bin/”: snmpwalk -v 2c -c public -O netU 127.0.0.1 1 > output.txt(change the IP address and community string accordingly)Pack the file output.txt into zip archive and send it.