I need to know what device you are trying to discover;
And I need to know what version of NA you are using..
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Let us know the info my colleague asked, and also following the device SYSOID 220.127.116.11.4.1.8072.3.2.10, you can try and manually assign the driver Check Point Safe@Office 500W, OS Version 6.5.x & 7.0.x.
Make sure you are on the latest January 2014 Driver Pack.
I have been able to get this work when only manually specifying a checkpoint sysobjectID. The GAIA builds decided it was important to specify a sysobjectID in the newer builds this is why it would work on older versions like splat, R65 and other older version pre GAIA. If you specify .18.104.22.168.4.1.2622.214.171.124 which is a checkpoint sysobjectID in the /etc/snmp/userDefinedSettings.conf file and restart SNMP this device will be identified as a checkpoint and should discover the drivers properly.