As @OtakarKlier mentioned you should have defined criteria of what you are looking to monitor via SNMP. The firewall can send alerts for events itself and does a good job at that, so what I monitor from an SNMP standpoint is simple critical information in the event the firewall itself stops functioning correctly and stops sending alerts. It's very much a backup to the firewall's own alerting however.
As for device limits, each platform is going to vary slightly the same as any other networking device. You can view those limits by running 'show system environmentals' on the device in question so you have accurate Min/Max limits.
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