SNMP: Reducing the maximum number of OIDs queried in a single batch

This setting is used to identify the maximum number of object identifiers (OIDs) that will be queried per batch. If some OID values are too big, the data package with the results might exceed the buffer size. In this situation, you'll see the following error message on all or some of the management servers in the resource pool(s) responsible for monitoring SNMP devices: Incoming SNMP request ( bytes) from IP address and Interface "inside" exceeds data buffer size, discarding the SNMP request. If this happens, you can decrease the value for this setting, basically make it smaller than the default, until the error message no longer appears. The default value for this setting is 50 (decimal).

This policy create REG_DWORD Decimal Value: "MaxOidsPerRequest" in registry key: "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Operations Manager\3.0\Modules\Global\SNMP\".
SCOM 2012 existing registry value: not present (must create value).
To delete REG_DWORD value from registry, disable this policy.

Default in code value = 50
Minimum value (in this group policy template) = 10
Maximum value (in this group policy template) = 100

Supported on: System Center 2012 Operations Manager

Registry PathSOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Operations Manager\3.0\Modules\Global\SNMP\
Value NameMaxOidsPerRequest
Default Value50
Min Value10
Max Value100