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Interpreting SNMP Parameters For High and Low Order Bytes

Question asked by Gorok Zedar on Nov 12, 2014
Latest reply on Jan 15, 2016 by Gerrit Buwalda

How should one interpret SNMP parameters , which are specified in low- and high order bytes.

These are in an NMS tool for displaying volSize used ( example volSizeLow and volSizeHigh ) .

I can't find a documentation about this within the SNMP-reference-guide.


There are various methods to combine low order bytes and high order bytes .

My perception is that these two 32bit counter should together form a 64-bit counter, but the method unclear.


Many thanks in advance.