A length encoded object identifier for the SNMP table to
retrieve. For example, the RMON2 alMatrixSD table is identified
as the OID number 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.17.1, where the first 9 is
the length of the OID.
A length encoded object identifier consisting of the source
table's normal index values as they are specified in the MIB
definition for the table. Each index value is preceded by a flag
that indicates whether the index is fixed(1) or dynamic(2).
When returning table rows, the agent only increments index
values that are dynamic(2). Any index that is fixed(1) remains
constant for the entire set of rows returned.
For the initial get request, dynamic index values are set to
zero. It is up to the agent to determine the first value to use.
On all subsequent requests, the request OID is the one returned
in the response.
The OCTET STRING consists of a header followed by a set of data
records. The header consists of the information:
response packet version number (1) [Integer16]
data record encoding -- BER (1), BigEndian(2) [Integer16]
agent sysUpTime value [TimeTicks]
number of records in this response [Integer32]
The data records consist of each dynamic index for this row plus
each row entry defined in the source table's MIB definition.