Cisco SNMP Reference for MGX 8850 (PXM45 and PXM1E), MGX 8950, and MGX 8830, Release 3
PNNI MIB Objects
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PNNI MIB Objects

Table Of Contents

PNNI MIB Objects

ATM MIB Objects

ATM Interface Configuration Parameters Table

ATM Interface DS3 Physical Layer Convergence Procedure Table

ATM Interface Transmission Convergence Sublayer Table

ATM PNNI MIB Objects

Base Group

Private Network-to-Network Interface Node Table

Peer Group Leader Election Table

Initial Timer Values Table

Nodal SVCC-Based RCC Variables Table

Scope Mapping Table

Summary Address Table

Link Table

ATM PNNI MIB Conformance and Compliance Statements

ATM PNNI MIB Compliance Statements

ATM PNNI MIB Units of Conformance Statements

Cisco WAN SVC MIB Objects

Service Information Group

Interface Configuration Table

Port Call Statistics Table

Port Address Table

Port Connection Admission Control Configuration Table

Port Loading Table

Interface Operation Table

Port Signaling Statistics

Port Connection Data Table

Port Connection Trace Control Table

Cisco WAN SVC Conformance and Compliance Statements

Cisco WAN SVC Compliance Statements

Cisco WAN SVC Units of Conformance

Cisco Network Time Protocol

Cisco Network Time Protocol System Group

Cisco Network Time Protocol Peers Group

Cisco Network Time Protocol Conformance Information

Cisco Network Time Protocol Compliance

Cisco Network Time Protocol Units of Conformance

Cisco WAN Topology

Cisco WAN Topology System Group

Cisco WAN Topology Nodal Information Group

Cisco WAN Topology Feeder Information Group

Cisco WAN Topology Notification

Cisco WAN Topology Conformance Information

Cisco WAN Topology Compliance

Cisco WAN Topology Units of Conformance

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Textual Conventions

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Scalar Group

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Clock Source Table

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Manual Source Table

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Sources

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol for ATM Interfaces

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Notification

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Conformance Information

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Compliance

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Units of Conformance


PNNI MIB Objects


This chapter describes the MIB objects used for PNNI.

Contents of this chapter include:

ATM MIB Objects

ATM PNNI MIB Objects

Cisco WAN SVC MIB Objects

Cisco Network Time Protocol

Cisco WAN Topology

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol


Note PXM1E and PXM45 support PNNI MIB objects.


ATM MIB Objects

This section describes the individual MIB objects that comprise the ATM MIB file. The ATM MIB resides in the ATM-MIB.my file.

The ATM MIB objects include:

ATM Interface Configuration Parameters Table

ATM Interface DS3 Physical Layer Convergence Procedure Table

ATM Interface Transmission Convergence Sublayer Table

ATM Interface Configuration Parameters Table

This table contains ATM specific configuration information that is associated with an ATM interface beyond those supported using the ifTable.

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-1.

Table 5-1 ATM Interface Configuration Parameters Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

atmInterfaceConfTable

::= { atmMIBObjects 2 }

atmInterfaceConfEntry

::= { atmInterfaceConfTable1}

atmInterfaceMaxVpcs

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 1}

atmInterfaceMaxVccs

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 2}

atmInterfaceConfVpcs

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 3}

atmInterfaceConfVccs

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 4}

atmInterfaceMaxActiveVpiBits

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 5}

atmInterfaceMaxActiveVciBits

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 6}

atmInterfaceIlmiVpi

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 7}

atmInterfaceIlmiVci

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 8}

atmInterfaceAddressType

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 9 }

atmInterfaceAdminAddress

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 10 }

atmInterfaceMyNeighborIpAddress

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 11 }

atmInterfaceMyNeighborIfName

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 12 }

atmInterfaceCurrentMaxVpiBits

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 13 }

atmInterfaceCurrentMaxVciBits

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 14 }

atmInterfaceSubscrAddress

::= { atmInterfaceConfEntry 15 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-2.

Table 5-2 ATM Interface Configuration Parameters Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

atmInterfaceConfTable

Sequence of AtmInterfaceConfEntry

Contains the ATM local interface configuration parameters. This table is used for one entry per ATM interface port.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceConfEntry

AtmInterfaceConfEntry

Contains the ATM interface configuration parameters and state variables. This list is indexed by ifIndex values of ATM interfaces.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The ifindex is listed as the index.

none

atmInterfaceMaxVpcs

INTEGER (0..4096)

Specifies the maximum number of Virtual Path Links (VPC), for example, Permanent Virtual Path Circuits (PVPC) and Switched Virtual Path Circuits (SVPC), which are supported at this ATM interface. At the ATM UNI, the maximum number of VPCs used for PVPCs and SVPCs range from 0 to 256.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceMaxVccs

INTEGER (0..65536)

Specifies the maximum number of Virtual Channel Connections (VCC). PVCC and SVCC are supported at the ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceConfVpcs

INTEGER (0..4096)

Specifies the number of VPC. PVPC, Soft PVPC, and SVPC are established at the ATM interface.

At the ATM UNI, the configured number of VPCs used for PVPCs and SVPCs range from 0 to 256.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceConfVccs

INTEGER (0..65536)

Specifies the number of VCC. PVCC, Soft PVCC, and SVCC are established at the ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceMaxActive
VpiBits

INTEGER (0..12)

Specifies the maximum number of active Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) bits configured for this ATM interface. At the ATM UNI, the maximum number of active VPI bits configured ranges from 0 to 8.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceMaxActive
VciBits

INTEGER (0..16)

Specifies the maximum number of active Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) bits configured for this ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceIlmiVpi

AtmVpIdentifier

Specifies the VPI value of the VCC that supports the Interim Local Management Interface (ILMI) at this ATM interface. If the values of atmInterfaceIlmiVpi and atmInterfaceIlmiVci are both equal to 0, ILMI is not supported at this ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

atmInterfaceIlmiVci

AtmVcIdentifier

Specifies the VCI value of the VCC that supports the ILMI at this ATM interface. If the values of atmInterfaceIlmiVpi and atmInterfaceIlmiVci are both equal to 0, ILMI is not supported at this ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

16

atmInterfaceAddress
Type

INTEGER {
private (1),
nsapE164 (2),
nativeE164 (3),other (4)}

Specifies the type of primary ATM address that is configured for this ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: deprecated

none

atmInterfaceAdmin
Address

AtmAddr

Specifies the primary address assigned for administrative purposes, for example, an address associated with the service provider side of a public network UNI. Thus, the value of this address corresponds with the value of ifPhysAddress at the host side. If this interface has no assigned administrative address, or the address used for administrative purposes is the same as that used for ifPhysAddress, this is an octet string of zero length.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: deprecated

Note The atmInterfaceAdminAddress object is replaced by atmInterfaceSubscrAddress.

none

atmInterfaceMyNeighborIpAddress

IpAddress

Specifies the IP address of the neighbor system that is connected to the far end of this interface. An NMS can send SNMP messages as IP datagrams. These messages are sent to UDP port 161 to access network management information, which concerns the operation of the system.

Note The value of this object is obtained in different ways, for example, by manual configuration, or through ILMI interaction with the neighbor system.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceMyNeighborIfName

DisplayString

Specifies the textual name of the interface on the neighbor system on the far end of this interface and to where this interface connects. If the neighbor system is manageable through SNMP and supports the object ifName, the value of this object must be identical with ifName for the ifEntry of the lowest-level physical interface for this port. If this interface does not have a textual name, the value of this object is a zero length string.

Note The value of this object can be obtained in different ways, for example, by manual configuration, or through ILMI interaction with the neighbor system.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceCurrentMaxVpiBits

INTEGER (0..12)

Determines the maximum number of VPI Bits that are currently used at this ATM interface. The value is the minimum of atmInterfaceMaxActiveVpiBits, and the atmInterfaceMaxActiveVpiBits of this interface UNI or NNI peer.

If the interface does not negotiate with the peer to determine the number of VPI Bits that are used on the interface, the value of this object must equal atmInterfaceMaxActiveVpiBits.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceCurrentMaxVciBits

INTEGER (0..16)

Determines the maximum number of VCI Bits that are currently used at this ATM interface. The value is the minimum of atmInterfaceMaxActiveVciBits, and the atmInterfaceMaxActiveVciBits of this interface UNI or NNI peer.

If the interface does not negotiate with the peer to determine the number of VCI Bits that is used on the interface, the value of this object must equal atmInterfaceMaxActiveVciBits.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceSubscr
Address

AtmAddr

Specifies the identifier that is assigned by a service provider to the network side of a public network UNI. If this interface has no assigned service provider address for other interfaces, this is an octet string of zero length.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

none


ATM Interface DS3 Physical Layer Convergence Procedure Table

This table contains the DS3 Physical Layer Convergence Procedure (PLCP) configuration and state parameters for the ATM interfaces, which use DS3 PLCP for carrying ATM cells over DS3.

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-3.

Table 5-3 ATM Interface DS3 PLCP Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

atmInterfaceDs3PlcpTable

::= { atmMIBObjects 3}

atmInterfaceDs3PlcpEntry

::= { atmInterfaceDs3PlcpTable 1}

atmInterfaceDs3PlcpSEFSs

::= { atmInterfaceDs3PlcpEntry 1}

atmInterfaceDs3PlcpAlarmState

::= { atmInterfaceDs3PlcpEntry 2}

atmInterfaceDs3PlcpUASs

::= { atmInterfaceDs3PlcpEntry 3}


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-4.

Table 5-4 ATM Interface DS3 PLCP Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

atmInterfaceDs3Plcp
Table

Sequence of AtmInterfaceDs3Plcp
Entry

Contains the ATM interface DS3 PLCP parameters and state variables that are used for one entry per ATM interface port.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceDs3Plcp
Entry

AtmInterfaceDs3Plcp
Entry

Contains the DS3 PLCP parameters and state variables at the ATM interface. It is indexed by the ifIndex value of the ATM interface.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains ifIndex.

none

atmInterfaceDs3Plcp
SEFSs

Counter32

Specifies the number of DS3 PLCP Severely Errored Framing Seconds (SEFS). Each SEFS represents a one-second interval that contains one or more severely Errored Framing (SEF) events.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceDs3Plcp
AlarmState

Integer {noAlarm (1), receivedFarEndAlarm (2), incomingLOF(3)}

Indicates if there is an alarm present for the DS3 PLCP.

The following are the values:

receivedFarEndAlarm—Specifies that the DS3 PLCP has received an incoming Yellow Signal.

incomingLOF—Specifies that the DS3 PLCP has declared a loss of frame (LOF) failure condition.

noAlarm—Specifies that no alarms are present.

A transition from the failure to the no alarm state occurs when no defects (for example, LOF) are received for more than 10 seconds.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceDs3Plcp
UASs

Counter32

Specifies the counter that is associated with the number of unavailable seconds encountered by PLCP.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


ATM Interface Transmission Convergence Sublayer Table

This table contains the transmission convergence (TC) sublayer configuration and state parameters of the ATM interfaces, which use TC sublayer to carry ATM cells over SONET/SDH or DS3.

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-5.

Table 5-5 ATM Interface TC Sublayer Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

atmInterfaceTCTable

::= { atmMIBObjects 4}

atmInterfaceTCEntry

::= { atmInterfaceTCTable 1}

atmInterfaceOCDEvents

::= { atmInterfaceTCEntry 1}

atmInterfaceTCAlarmState

::= { atmInterfaceTCEntry 2}


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-6.

Table 5-6 ATM Interface TC Sublayer Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

atmInterfaceTCTable

Sequence of AtmInterfaceTCEntry

Contains the ATM interface TC sublayer parameters and state variables that are used for one entry per ATM interface port.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceTCEntry

AtmInterfaceTCEntry

Contains the TC subpolar parameters and state variables at the ATM interface. It is indexed by the ifIndex value of the ATM interface.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains ifIndex.

none

atmInterfaceOCD
Events

Counter32

Determines the number of times the Out of Cell Delineation (OCD) events occur. If seven consecutive ATM cells have Header Error Control (HEC) violations, an OCD event occurs. A high number of OCD events can indicate a problem with the TC sublayer.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

atmInterfaceTCAlarm
State

Integer{noAlarm (1), lcdFailure(2)}

Indicates if there is an alarm present for the TC sublayer.

The following are the values used for the atmInterfaceTCAlarmState:

lcdFailure(2)—Indicates that the TC sublayer is currently in the Loss of Cell Delineation (LCD) defect maintenance state.

noAlarm(1)—Indicates that the TC sublayer is currently not in the LCD defect maintenance state.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


ATM PNNI MIB Objects

This section describes the individual MIB objects that comprise ATM PNNI MIB file. The ATM PNNI MIB is defined in the PNNI-MIB.my file.

The ATM PNNI MIB objects include:

Base Group

Private Network-to-Network Interface Node Table

Peer Group Leader Election Table

Initial Timer Values Table

Nodal SVCC-Based RCC Variables Table

Scope Mapping Table

Summary Address Table

Link Table

ATM PNNI MIB Conformance and Compliance Statements

Base Group

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-7.

Table 5-7 Base Group Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniHighestVersion

::= { pnniBaseGroup 1 }

pnniLowestVersion

::= { pnniBaseGroup 2 }

pnniDtlCountOriginator

::= { pnniBaseGroup 3 }

pnniDtlCountBorder

::= { pnniBaseGroup 4 }

pnniCrankbackcountOriginator

::= { pnniBaseGroup 5 }

pnniCrankbackCountBorder

::= { pnniBaseGroup 6 }

pnniAltRouteCountOriginator

::= { pnniBaseGroup 7 }

pnniAltRouteCountBorder

::= { pnniBaseGroup 8 }

pnniRouteFailCountOriginator

::= { pnniBaseGroup 9 }

pnniRouteFailCountBorder

::= { pnniBaseGroup 10 }

pnniRouteFailUnreachableOriginator

::= { pnniBaseGroup 11 }

pnniRouteFailUnreachableBorder

::= { pnniBaseGroup 12 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-8.

Table 5-8 Base Group MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniHighestVersion

PnniVersion

Specifies the highest version of the PNNI protocol that the software is capable of executing. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.6.1.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLowestVersion

PnniVersion

Specifies the lowest version of the PNNI Protocol that the software is capable of executing. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.6.1.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniDtlCountOriginator

Counter32

Determines the total number of Designed Transit List (DTL) stacks that originated as the DTLOriginator. The stacks are placed into signaling messages. This includes the initial DTL stacks computed by this system as well as any alternate route (second, third choice, and so forth). DTL stacks are computed to respond to crankbacks.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniDtlCountBorder

Counter32

Determines the number of partial DTL stacks added into signaling messages as an entry border node. This includes the partial DTL stacks computed by this system as well as any alternate route (second, third choice, and so forth). The partial DTL stacks are computed to respond to crankbacks.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniCrankbackCountOriginator

Counter32

Determines the total number of connection setup messages. It includes DTL stacks that cranked back to this switching system at all levels of the hierarchy.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniCrankbackCountBorder

Counter32

Determines the total number of connection setup messages. It includes the DTLs that are added by this switching system as an entry border node, and have cranked back to this switching system at all levels of the hierarchy. This count does not include crankbacks where the switching system was not at the crankback destination. Only the crankbacks that are directed to this switching system are counted here.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniAltRouteCountOriginator

Counter32

Determines the total number of alternate DTL stacks. These stacks are computed and placed into signaling messages as the DTLOriginator.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniAltRouteCountBorder

Counter32

Determines the total number of alternate partial DTL stacks that is computed and placed into signaling messages as an entry border node.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniRouteFailCountOriginator

Counter32

Determines the total number of times the switching system failed to compute a viable DTL stack as the DTLOriginator for a call. It indicates the number of times a call was cleared from the switching system due to originator routing failure.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniRouteFailCountBorder

Counter32

Determines the total number of times the switching system failed to compute a viable partial DTL stack as an entry border node for a call. It indicates the number of times a call was either cleared or cranked back from the switching system due to a border routing failure.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniRouteFailUnreachableOriginator

Counter32

Determines the total number of times the switching system failed to compute a viable DTL stack as the DTLOriginator. Because the destination was unreachable, calls are cleared with cause #2 specified transit network unreachable or cause #3 destination unreachable in the cause IE.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniRouteFailUnreachableBorder

Counter32

Determines the total number of times the switching system failed to compute a viable partial DTL stack as an entry border node. Because the target of the path calculation was unreachable, calls are cleared or cranked back with cause #2 specified transit network unreachable or cause #3 destination unreachable in the cause IE.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Private Network-to-Network Interface Node Table

The MIB object identifier used for the Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) node table is listed in Table 5-9.

Table 5-9 PNNI Node Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniNodeTable

::= { pnniMIBObjects 2 }

pnniNodeEntry

::= { pnniNodeTable 1 }

pnniNodeIndex

::= { pnniNodeEntry 1 }

pnniNodeLevel

::= { pnniNodeEntry 2 }

pnniNodeId

::= { pnniNodeEntry 3 }

pnniNodeLowest

::= { pnniNodeEntry 4 }

pnniNodeAdminStatus

::= { pnniNodeEntry 5 }

pnniNodeOperStatus

::= { pnniNodeEntry 6 }

pnniNodeDomainName

::= { pnniNodeEntry 7 }

pnniNodeAtmAddress

::= { pnniNodeEntry 8 }

pnniNodePeerGroupId

::= { pnniNodeEntry 9 }

pnniNodeRestrictedTransit

::= { pnniNodeEntry 10 }

pnniNodeComplexRep

::= { pnniNodeEntry 11 }

pnniNodeRestrictedBranching

::= { pnniNodeEntry 12}

pnniNodeDatabaseOverload

::= { pnniNodeEntry 13 }

pnniNodePtses

::= { pnniNodeEntry 14 }

pnniNodeRowStatus

::= { pnniNodeEntry 15 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-10.

Table 5-10 PNNI Node Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniNodeTable

Sequence of PnniNodeEntry

Collects the attributes that affect the operation of a PNNI logical node. A single row in this table is needed for each PNNI peer group, which the managed system is expected or eligible to become a member of. Refer to ATM Forum
PNNI 1.0,
Annex F.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodeEntry

PnniNodeEntry

Contains information about a PNNI logical node. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex F.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodeIndex

PnniNodeIndex

Assigns a value to a node that uniquely identifies it in the MIB.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodeLevel

PnniLevel

Specifies the level of PNNI hierarchy where this node exists. This attribute determines the default node ID and the default peer group ID. This object can be written only when pnniNodeAdminStatus has the value down. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.3.1, Annex F.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

96

pnniNodeId

PnniNodeId

Specifies the value this node uses to represent itself. This object can be written only when pnniNodeAdminStatus has the value down.

If pnniNodeLowest is true, the default node ID takes the form defined in the ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.3.3 for lowest level nodes, with the first octet equal to pnniNodeLevel, the second octet equal to 160, and the last 20 octets equal to pnniNodeAtmAddress.

If pnniNodeLowest is false, the default node ID takes the form defined in the ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.3.3. If the logical group nodes, with the first octet equal to pnniNodeLevel, the next 14 octets equal to the value of pnniNodePeerGroupId for the child node whose election as PGL causes this LGN to be instantiate. The next 6 octets equal to the ESI of pnniNodeAtmAddress, and the last octet equal to 0. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.3.3, Annex F.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

pnniNodeLowest

TruthValue

Indicates whether this node acts on the low-level node or whether this node is a logical group node that becomes active when one of the other nodes become a peer group leader. The value false must not be used with nodes that are not PGL/LGN capable.

This object can be written only when pnniNodeAdminStatus has the value down.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

true

pnniNodeAdminStatus

INTEGER
{ up(1), down(2) }

Indicates whether the administrative status of the node is up (the node is allowed to become active) or down (the node is forced to be inactive).

When pnniNodeAdminStatus is down, pnniNodeOperStatus must also be down.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

up

pnniNodeOperStatus

INTEGER
{ up(1), down(2) }

Indicates whether the node is active or operational. When the value is down, all state is cleared from the node and the node is not communicating with any of its neighbor nodes.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniNodeDomainName

DisplayString

Specifies the name of the PNNI routing domain where the node participates. All low-level PNNI nodes with the same pnniNodeDomainName are presumed to be connected.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

pnniNodeAtmAddress

PnniAtmAddr

Determines the ATM End System Address for this node. Remote systems that need to exchange PNNI protocol packets with the node should direct packets or calls to this address.

This attribute is written only when pnniNodeAdminStatus has the value down. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.2.2.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

pnniNodePeerGroupId

PnniPeerGroupId

Specifies the Peer Group Identifier of the peer group that the given node needs to become a member.

The default value of this attribute has the first octet equal to pnniNodeLevel. The next pnniNodeLevel bits equal to the pnniNodeLevel bits starting from the third octet of pnniNodeId. The remainder are padded with zeros.

This object is written only when pnniNodeAdminStatus has the value down. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.3.2, Annex F.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

pnniNodeRestrictedTransit

TruthValue

Specifies whether the node is restricted to not allow support of SVC transiting this node. This attribute determines the setting of the restricted transit bit in the nodal information group. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.8.1.2.3.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

false

pnniNodeComplexRep

TruthValue

Specifies whether the node uses the complex node representation. A value of true indicates that the complex node representation is used; whereas, a value of false indicates that the simple node representation is used. This attribute determines the setting of the nodal representation bit in the nodal information group. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.8.1.2.3.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

pnniNodeRestrictedBranching

TruthValue

Indicates whether the node is able to support additional point-to-multipoint branches. A value of false indicates that additional branches are supported; a value of true indicates that additional branches are not supported. This attribute reflects the setting of the restricted branching bit in the nodal information group. Refer to ATM Forum
PNNI 1.0
, Section 5.8.1.2.3.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniNodeDatabaseOverload

TruthValue

Specifies whether the node is currently operating in topology database overload state. This attribute has the same value as the non-transit for PGL Election bit in the nodal information group originated by this node. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.8.1.2.3.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniNodePtses

Gauge32

Gauges the total number of PNNI Topology State Elements (PTSE) currently in the node topology database(s).

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniNodeRowStatus

RowStatus

Creates, deletes, activates, and deactivates a node.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Peer Group Leader Election Table

The object identifier for each MIB object used for the Peer Group Leader (PGL) election table is listed in Table 5-11.

Table 5-11 PGL Election Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniNodePglTable

::= { pnniMIBObjects 3 }

pnniNodePglEntry

::= { pnniNodePglTable 1 }

pnniNodePglLeadershipPriority

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 1 }

pnniNodeCfgParentNodeIndex

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 2 }

pnniNodePglInitTime

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 3 }

pnniNodePglOverrideDelay

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 4 }

pnniNodePglReelectTime

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 5 }

pnniNodePglState

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 6 }

pnniNodePreferredPgl

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 7 }

pnniNodePeerGroupLeader

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 8 }

pnniNodePglTimeStamp

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 9 }

pnniNodeActiveParentNodeId

::= { pnniNodePglEntry 10 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-12.

Table 5-12 PGL Election Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniNodePglTable

Sequence of PnniNodePglEntry

Specifies the peer group leader election information for a PNNI node. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.10.1.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodePglEntry

PnniNodePglEntry

Contains the PGL election information of a PNNI logical node. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.10.1.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodePglLeadership
Priority

INTEGER (0..205)

Specifies the leadership priority value the node can advertise in its nodal information group for the peer group. Only the value 0 is used with nodes that are not PGL or LGN capable. If there is no configured parent node index or no corresponding entry in the pnniNodeTable, the advertised leadership priority is 0 regardless of the value. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.10.1.2.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

0

pnniNodeCfgParentNode
Index

PnniNodeIndex

If the node becomes peer group leader, the local node index is used to identify the node that will represent this peer group at the next level of hierarchy. The value 0 indicates there is no parent node. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex F.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

0

pnniNodePglInitTime

Integer32

The time, in seconds, this node can delay advertising its choice of the preferred PGL after having initialized operation, and reached the full state with at least one neighbor in the peer group. Refer to ATM Forum
PNNI 1.0
, Annex G, PGLInitTime.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

15

pnniNodePglOverrideDelay

Integer32

The time, in seconds that, a node waits to be declared the preferred PGL by unanimous agreement among its peers. In the absence of unanimous agreement, this is the amount of time that can pass before this node considers a two-thirds majority as a sufficient agreement. To declare itself a peer group leader, this node abandons the attempt to get an unanimous agreement. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, Override Delay.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

30

pnniNodePglReelectTime

Integer32

The amount of time, in seconds that passes before, a node loses connectivity to the current PGL. This node can wait before restarting the process of electing a new PGL. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, ReElectionInterval.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

15

pnniNodePglState

INTEGER {
starting(1),
awaiting (2),
awaitingFull (3), initialDelay (4),
calculating (5), awaitUnanimity (6),
operPgl (7),
operNotPgl (8),
hungElection (9), awaitReElection(10)}

Indicates the node state after the PGL election in the node peer group. The values are enumerated in the Peer Group Leader State Machine. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1, Section 5.10.1.1.2.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniNodePreferredPgl

PnniNodeId

Specifies the local node ID for the peer group leader. This is also the value the local node is currently advertising in the Preferred Peer Group Leader Node ID field of its nodal information group within the given peer group. If a preferred PGL has not been chosen, this attribute value is set to (all) zero(s). Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.10.1.1.6.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniNodePeerGroupLeader

PnniNodeId

Specifies the Node Identifier that is operating as a PGL. If a PGL has not been elected, this attribute's value is set to (all) zero(s).

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniNodePglTimeStamp

TimeStamp

Establishes the time for the current PGL.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniNodeActiveParentNodeId

PnniNodeId

Specifies the Node Identifier value used by the PGL to represent this peer group at the next level of the hierarchy. If this node is at the highest level of the hierarchy or if no PGL is elected, the PNNI Protocol Entity sets the value of this attribute to (all) zero(s).

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Initial Timer Values Table

The object identifiers for each MIB object are listed in Table 5-13.

Table 5-13 Initial Timer Values Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniNodeTimerTable

::= { pnniMIBObjects 4 }

pnniNodeTimerEntry

::= { pnniNodeTimerTable 1 }

pnniNodePtseHolddown

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 1 }

pnniNodeHelloHolddown

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 2 }

pnniNodeHelloInterval

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 3 }

pnniNodeHelloInactivityFactor

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 4 }

pnniNodeHlinkInact

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 5 }

pnniNodePtseRefreshInterval

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 6 }

pnniNodePtseLifetimeFactor

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 7 }

pnniNodeRxmtInterval

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 8 }

pnniNodePeerDelayedAckInterval

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 9 }

pnniNodeAvcrPm

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 10 }

pnniNodeAvcrMt

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 11 }

pnniNodeCdvPm

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 12 }

pnniNodeCtdPm

::= { pnniNodeTimerEntry 13 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-14.

Table 5-14 Initial Timer Values Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniNodeTimerTable

Sequence of PnniNodeTimerEntry

Contains a table of initial PNNI timer values and significant change thresholds.

Max-Access: not- accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodeTimerEntry

PnniNodeTimerEntry

Contains an entry in the table for the initial PNNI timer values and significant change thresholds of a PNNI logical node.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodePtseHolddown

Integer32

Specifies the initial value for the PNNI Topology State Element (PTSE) hold-down timer that is used by the node to limit the rate at which it can reoriginate PTSEs. It must be a positive, nonzero number. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, MinPTSEInterval.

Units: 100 milliseconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

10

pnniNodeHelloHolddown

Integer32

Specifies the initial value for the Hello hold-down timer that is used by the node to limit the rate it sends Hellos. It must be a positive nonzero number. Refer to the ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, MinHelloInterval.

Units: 100 ms

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

10

pnniNodeHelloInterval

Integer32

Specifies the initial value for the Hello Timer. In the absence of triggered Hellos, this node sends one Hello packet on each of its ports. Refer to
ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, HelloInterval.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

15

pnniNodeHelloInactivityFactor

Integer32

Specifies the value for the Hello Inactivity factor that the node uses to determine when a neighbor has gone down. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Annex G, InactivityFactor.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

5

pnniNodeHlinkInact

Integer32

Specifies the time a node continues to advertise a horizontal (logical) link that it has not received and processed a Logical Group Node (LGN) Horizontal Link information group. Refer to ATM Forum
PNNI 1.0
, Annex G, HorizontalLinkInactivityTime.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

120

pnniNodePtseRefreshInterval

Integer32

Specifies the initial value for the refresh timer that this node uses to drive origination of PTSEs in the absence of triggered updates. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, PTSERefreshInterval.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

1800

pnniNodePtseLifetimeFactor

INTEGER (101..1000)

Specifies the value for the lifetime multiplier that is expressed as a percentage. The result of multiplying the pnniNodePtseRefreshInterval attribute value is used as the initial lifetime for the self-originated PTSEs. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, PTSELifetimeFactor.

Units: percent

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

200

pnniNodeRxmtInterval

Integer32

Specifies the time between retransmission of unacknowledged database summary packets, PTSE request packets, and PNNI Topology State Packets (PTSPs). Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, DSRxmtInterval, RequestRxmtInterval, PTSERetransmissionInterval.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

5

pnniNodePeerDelayedAckInterval

Integer32

Specifies the minimum time between transmissions of delayed PTSE acknowledgement packets. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, PeerDelayedAckInterval, Appendix G.

Units: 100 ms

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

10

pnniNodeAvcrPm

INTEGER (1..99)

Specifies the proportional multiplier used in the algorithms. The multiplier determines a significant change for AvCR parameters, which are expressed as a percentage. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.8.5.2.5.4, Annex G, AvCR_PM.

Units: percent

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

50

pnniNodeAvcrMt

INTEGER (1..99)

Specifies the minimum threshold used in the algorithms. The threshold determines a significant change for AvCR parameters, which are expressed as a percentage. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.8.5.2.5.4, Annex G, AvCR_mT.

Units: percent

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

3

pnniNodeCdvPm

INTEGER (1..99)

Specifies the proportional multiplier used in the algorithms. The multiplier determines significant change for Cell Delay Variation (CDV) metrics, which are expressed as a percentage. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.8.5.2.5.6, Annex G, CDV_PM.

Units: percent

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

25

pnniNodeCtdPm

INTEGER (1..99)

Specifies the proportional multiplier used in the algorithms. The multiplier determines a significant change for Cell Transfer Delay (CTD) metrics, which are expressed as a percentage. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.8.5.2.5.5, Annex G, maxCTD_PM.

Units: percent

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

50


Nodal SVCC-Based RCC Variables Table

The object identifiers for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-15.

Table 5-15 Nodal SVCC-Based RCC Variables Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniNodeSvccTable

::= { pnniMIBObjects 5 }

pnniNodeSvccEntry

::= { pnniNodeSvccTable 1 }

pnniNodeSvccInitTime

::= { pnniNodeSvccEntry 1 }

pnniNodeSvccRetryTime

::= { pnniNodeSvccEntry 2 }

pnniNodeSvccCallingIntegrityTime

::= { pnniNodeSvccEntry 3 }

pnniNodeSvccCalledIntegrityTime

::= { pnniNodeSvccEntry 4 }

pnniNodeSvccTrafficDescriptorIndex

::= { pnniNodeSvccEntry 5 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-16.

Table 5-16 Nodal SVCC-Based RCC Variables Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniNodeSvccTable

Sequence of PnniNodeSvccEntry

Provides a table of variables related to SVCC-based routing control channels. Refer to ATM Forum
PNNI 1.0
, Section 5.5.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodeSvccEntry

PnniNodeSvccEntry

Specifies a table entry that contains SVCC-based RCC variables of a PNNI logical node. Refer to
ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.5.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniNodeSvccInitTime

Integer32

Specifies the time that this node waits before initiating establishment of an SVCC to a neighbor with a numerically lower ATM address. This happens after determining that a SVCC can be established. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, InitialLGNSVCTimeout.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

4

pnniNodeSvccRetryTime

Integer32

Specifies the amount of time this node waits before attempting to reestablish connection with a viable SVCC-based RCC. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, RetryLGNSVCTimeout.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

30

pnniNodeSvccCalling
IntegrityTime

Integer32

Specifies the time this node waits for SVCC. The node initiates an establishment to the calling party to become established before it gives up. Refer to
ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, SVCCallingIntegrityTime.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

35

pnniNodeSvccCalled
IntegrityTime

Integer32

Specifies the time this node will wait for SVCC. The node decides to accept the called party to become established before it gives up. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Annex G, SVCCalledIntegrityTime.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

50

pnniNodeSvccTraffic
DescriptorIndex

AtmTrafficDescrParamIndex

Specifies the index for the atmTrafficDescrParamTable defined in RFC 1695. This traffic descriptor is used when establishing switched virtual channels for SVCC-based RCCs to the PNNI logical group nodes. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,Section 5.5.2, Annex G, RCCMaximumBurstSize, RCCPeakCellRate, RCCSustainableCellRate.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Scope Mapping Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-17.

Table 5-17 Scope Mapping Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniScopeMappingTable

::= { pnniMIBObjects 6 }

pnniScopeMappingEntry

::= { pnniScopeMappingTable 1 }

pnniScopeLocalNetwork

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 1 }

pnniScopeLocalNetworkPlusOne

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 2 }

pnniScopeLocalNetworkPlusTwo

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 3 }

pnniScopeSiteMinusOne

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 4 }

pnniScopeIntraSite

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 5 }

pnniScopeSitePlusOne

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 6 }

pnniScopeOrganizationMinusOne

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 7 }

pnniScopeIntraOrganization

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 8 }

pnniScopeOrganizationPlusOne

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 9 }

pnniScopeCommunityMinusOne

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 10 }

pnniScopeIntraCommunity

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 11 }

pnniScopeCommunityPlusOne

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 12 }

pnniScopeRegional

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 13 }

pnniScopeInterRegional

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 14 }

pnniScopeGlobal

::= { pnniScopeMappingEntry 15 }


A list of the MIB objects is described in Table 5-18.

Table 5-18 Scope Mapping Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniScopeMappingTable

Sequence of PnniScopeMappingEntry

Contains the mappings of membership and connection scope from organizational scope values (used at UNI interfaces) to PNNI scope. For example, PNNI routing level indicators. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.3.6.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniScopeMappingEntry

PnniScopeMappingEntry

Contains the scope mapping information for a PNNI logical node. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.3.6.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniScopeLocalNetwork

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value localNetwork(1).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

96

pnniScopeLocalNetworkPlusOne

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value localNetworkPlusOne(2).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

96

pnniScopeLocalNetworkPlusTwo

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value localNetworkPlusTwo(3).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

96

pnniScopeSiteMinusOne

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value siteMinusOne(4).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

80

pnniScopeIntraSite

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value intraSite(5).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

80

pnniScopeSitePlusOne

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value sitePlusOne(6).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

72

pnniScopeOrganization
MinusOne

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value organizationMinusOne(7).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

72

pnniScopeIntraOrganization

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value intraOrganization(8).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

64

pnniScopeOrganizationPlusOne

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value organizationPlusOne(9).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

64

pnniScopeCommunityMinusOne

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value communityMinusOne(10).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

64

pnniScopeIntraCommunity

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value intraCommunity(11).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

48

pnniScopeCommunityPlus
One

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value communityPlusOne(12).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

48

pnniScopeRegional

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value regional(13).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

32

pnniScopeInterRegional

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value interRegional(14).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

32

pnniScopeGlobal

PnniLevel

Specifies the highest level of the PNNI hierarchy, for example, the smallest PNNI routing level within the organizational scope value global(15).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

0


Summary Address Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-19.

Table 5-19 Summary Address Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniSummaryAddressTable

::= { pnniMIBObjects 20 }

pnniSummaryAddressEntry

::= { pnniSummaryAddressTable 1 }

pnniSummaryAddressType

::= { pnniSummaryAddressEntry 1 }

pnniSummaryAddressAddress

::= { pnniSummaryAddressEntry 2 }

pnniSummaryAddressPrefixLength

::= { pnniSummaryAddressEntry 3 }

pnniSummaryAddressSuppress

::= { pnniSummaryAddressEntry 4 }

pnniSummaryAddressState

::= { pnniSummaryAddressEntry 5 }

pnniSummaryAddressRowStatus

::= { pnniSummaryAddressEntry 6 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-20.

Table 5-20 Summary Address Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniSummaryAddress
Table

Sequence of PnniSummaryAddressEntry

Specifies a list of the summary address prefixes that can be advertised by the logical PNNI entity. Refer to
ATM Forum PNNI 1.0
, Section 5.9.2.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniSummaryAddress
Entry

PnniSummaryAddressEntry

Specifies an entry in the table that contains the summary address prefix information. Refer to ATM Forum
PNNI 1.0
, Section 5.9.2.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The following list the indexes:

pnniNodeIndex

pnniSummaryAddressType

pnniSummaryAddressAddress

pnniSummaryAddressPrefixLength

none

pnniSummaryAddress
Type

Integer {internal (1), exterior (2)}

Describes the type of summary, for example, internal or exterior.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniSummaryAddress
Address

AtmAddrPrefix

Describes the ATM End System Address prefix for the summary.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniSummaryAddress
PrefixLength

PnniPrefixLength

Determines the prefix length for the summary.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniSummaryAddress
Suppress

TruthValue

Determines the addresses that are being summarized by the instance. The default value false indicates that the summary can propagate into the peer group. Network Management is able to set the value of this attribute to suppress true. This attribute suppresses the summary and any reachable addresses it summarizes from being advertised into the peer group.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

false

pnniSummaryAddress
State

Integer {advertising (1), suppressing (2), inactive (3)}

Indicates whether the summary is advertised by the node within the local switching system into its peer group.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniSummaryAddress
RowStatus

RowStatus

Creates, deletes, activates, and deactivates a summary.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Link Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-21.

Table 5-21 Link Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniLinkTable

::= { pnniMIBObjects 9 }

pnniLinkEntry

::= { pnniLinkTable 1 }

pnniLinkPortId

::= { pnniLinkEntry 1 }

pnniLinkType

::= { pnniLinkEntry 2 }

pnniLinkVersion

::= { pnniLinkEntry 3 }

pnniLinkHelloState

::= { pnniLinkEntry 4 }

pnniLinkRemoteNodeId

::= { pnniLinkEntry 5 }

pnniLinkRemotePortId

::= { pnniLinkEntry 6 }

pnniLinkDerivedAggrToken

::= { pnniLinkEntry 7 }

pnniLinkUpnodeId

::= { pnniLinkEntry 8 }

pnniLinkUpnodeAtmAddress

::= { pnniLinkEntry 9 }

pnniLinkCommonPeerGroupId

::= { pnniLinkEntry 10 }

pnniLinkIfIndex

::= { pnniLinkEntry 11 }

pnniLinkSvccRccIndex

::= { pnniLinkEntry 12 }

pnniLinkRcvHellos

::= { pnniLinkEntry 13 }

pnniLinkXmtHellos

::= { pnniLinkEntry 14 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-22.

Table 5-22 Link Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniLinkTable

Sequence of PnniLinkEntry

Contains the attributes to describe the operation of logical links attached to the local switching system and the relationship with the neighbor nodes on the other end of the links.

Links are attached to a specific node within the switching system. A concatenation of the node index within the local switching system and the port ID are used as the instance ID to uniquely identify the link. Links can represent horizontal links between lowest level neighboring peers, outside links, uplinks, or horizontal links to LGN.

The entire pnniLink object is read-only, reflecting the fact that this information is discovered dynamically by the PNNI protocol rather than configured. Refer to ATM Forum
PNNI 1.0
, Section 5.6.

Max-Access: not accessible

Status: current

none

pnniLinkEntry

PnniLinkEntry

Specifies an entry in the table that contains information about a link attached to a PNNI logical node. Refer to
ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.6.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The following list the indexes:

pnniNodeIndex

pnniLinkPortId

none

pnniLinkPortId

PnniPortId

Contains the port identifier of the link that is selected by the local node. This value is only within the context of the node to the attached port.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

pnniLinkType

INTEGER {unknown (1), lowestLevelHorizontal
Link (2), horizontalLinkToFrom
Lgn (3), lowestLevelOutside
Link (4), uplink (5), outsideLinkAndUp
link (6)}

Describes the type of link.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkVersion

PnniVersion

Indicates the version of the PNNI routing protocol used to exchange information over the link for horizontal and outside links between low-level nodes, and for links of an unknown type. If communication with the neighbor node is not established, version is set to unknown. For uplinks (where the port ID is not also used for the underlying outside link) or links to LGN, the version is set to unknown.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkHelloState

PnniHelloState

Indicates the state of the Hello protocol exchange over the link for horizontal and outside links between low-level nodes and for links of an unknown type. For links to LGN, this attribute indicates the state of the corresponding LGN Horizontal Link Hello State Machine. For uplinks (where the port ID is not also used for the underlying outside link), this attribute is set to notApplicable. Refer to ATM Forum
PNNI 1.0
, Section 5.6.2.1.2.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkRemoteNodeId

PnniNodeId

Indicates the node identifier of the remote (neighboring) node on the other end of the link. If the pnniLinkType is outside link and uplink, this is the node identifier of the lowest-level neighbor node on the other end of the outside link. If the remote node ID is unknown or if the pnniLinkType is uplink, this attribute is set to all zeros.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkRemotePortId

PnniPortId

Indicates the port identifier of the port at the remote end of the link as assigned by the remote node. If the pnniLinkType is outside link and uplink, this is the port identifier assigned by the lowest-level neighbor node to identify the outside link. If the remote port ID is unknown or if the pnniLinkType is uplink, this attribute is set to 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkDerivedAggr
Token

PnniAggrToken

Indicates the derived aggregation token value used on this link. For horizontal links between lowest-level nodes and when the link type is not yet known, this attribute takes the value of 0. Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0,
Section 5.10.3.1.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkUpnodeId

PnniNodeId

Contains the node identifier of the upnode (the neighbor node identity at the level of the common peer group) for outside links and uplinks. When the upnode has not yet been identified, this attribute is set to 0. For horizontal links or the link type is not known, this attribute is set to 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkUpnodeAtm
Address

PnniAtmAddr

Contains the ATM end system address used to establish connections to the upnode for outside links and uplinks. When the upnode is not identified, this attribute is set to 0. For horizontal links or the link type is not known, this attribute is set to 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkCommonPeer
GroupId

PnniPeerGroupId

Contains the peer group identifier of the low-level common peer group in the ancestry of the neighboring node, and the node within the local switching system for outside links and uplinks. The value of this attribute takes on a value determined by the Hello exchange of hierarchical information that occurs between the two low-level border nodes. When the common peer group is not identified, this attribute is set to 0. For horizontal links or when the link type is not known, this attribute is set to all zeros.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkIfIndex

InterfaceIndex

Identifies the interface that the logical link corresponds for horizontal and outside links between low-level nodes and for links of an unknown type. For all other cases, the value of this object is 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkSvccRccIndex

PnniSvccRccIndex

Identifies the SVCC-based RCC used to exchange information with the neighboring peer logical group node for horizontal links to LGN. If the pnniLinkType is not a horizontal link to LGN, this attribute is set to the value of 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkRcvHellos

Counter32

Contains a count of the number of hello packets received over this link for horizontal and outside links between low-level nodes and for links of an unknown type. If pnniLinkType is a horizontal link to LGN or uplink, this attribute is set to the value of 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

pnniLinkXmtHellos

Counter32

Contains a count of the number of Hello packets transmitted over this link for horizontal and outside links between low-level nodes and for links of an unknown type. If pnniLinkType is a horizontal link to LGN or uplink, this attribute is set to the value of 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


ATM PNNI MIB Conformance and Compliance Statements

The information on conformance is specific to SNMPv2. Table 5-23 lists the conformance groups.

Table 5-23 ATM PNNI MIB Conformance Groups 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniMIBConformance

::= { pnniMIB 2 }

pnniMIBCompliances

::= { pnniMIBConformance 1 }

pnniMIBGroups

::= { pnniMIBConformance 2 }


ATM PNNI MIB Compliance Statements

The object identifier used for pnniIfVPCapability is listed in Table 5-24.

Table 5-24 ATM PNNI MIB Compliance Statement 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniIfVPCapability

::= { pnniMIBCompliances 1 }


The compliance statements used for each object are listed in Table 5-25.

Table 5-25 ATM PNNI MIB Objects Used for Compliance Statements 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

pnniMIBCompliance
(module compliance)

none

Specifies the compliance statement for entities that implement the PNNI MIB.

The following nodes are used for management of PNNI objects:

Minimum function node is identified by the suffix MinGroup.

Border node is identified by the suffix BorderGroup.

PGL or LGN capable node is identified by the suffix LgnGroup.

The group of optional PNNI objects is identified by the suffix OptionalGroup.

Status: current

This module contains the following mandatory groups:

pnniGeneralMinGroup

pnniNodeMinGroup

pnniNodePglMinGroup

nniNodeTimerMinGroup

pnniScopeMinGroup

pnniIfMinGroup

pnniLinkMinGroup

pnniNbrPeerMinGroup

pnniNbrPeerPortMinGroup

none

pnniNodeId

none

Supports a manual configuration of the node ID that is optional.

Min-Access: read-only

none

pnniNodeLowest

none

Provides write or creates access to the pnniNodeLowest object that is PGL LGN capable.

Min-Access: read-only

none

pnniNodeRestrictedTransit

none

Supports the restricted transit capability that is optional.

Min-Access: read-only

none

pnniNodeComplexRep

none

Generates the complex node representation that is required only for PGL or LGN capable switching systems, which is optional.

Min-Access: read-only

none

pnniNodeRowStatus

INTEGER { active(1) }

Creates more than one node in a switching system that is optional.

Min-Access: read-only

none

pnniNodePglLeadershipPriority

none

Provides write or create access to the pnniNodePglLeadershipPriority object that is PGL or LGN capable.

Min-Access: read-only

none

pnniIfNodeIndex

none

Provides write access to the pnniIfNodeIndex object that is optional. This object applies only when there are multiple lowest-level nodes.

Min-Access: read-only

none

pnniIfVPCapability

none

Supports switched virtual paths that are optional.

Min-Access: read-only

none


ATM PNNI MIB Units of Conformance Statements

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-26.

Table 5-26 ATM PNNI MIB Units of Conformance Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

pnniGeneralMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 1 }

pnniGeneralBorderGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 2 }

pnniNodeMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 3 }

pnniNodePglMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 4 }

pnniNodePglLgnGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 5 }

pnniNodeTimerMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 6 }

pnniNodeTimerLgnGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 7 }

pnniNodeSvccLgnGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 8 }

pnniScopeMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 9 }

pnniSummaryAddressLgnGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 31 }

pnniIfMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 11 }

pnniIfBorderGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 12 }

pnniLinkMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 13 }

pnniLinkBorderOrLgnGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 14 }

pnniLinkLgnGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 15 }

pnniNbrPeerMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 16 }

pnniNbrPeerLgnGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 17 }

pnniNbrPeerPortMinGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 18 }

pnniSvccRccLgnGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 19 }

pnniPtseOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 20 }

pnniMapOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 21 }

pnniMapNodeOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 22 }

pnniMapAddrOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 23 }

pnniMapTnsOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 24 }

pnniMetricsOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 25 }

pnniRouteGeneralOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 26 }

pnniRouteNodeOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 27 }

pnniDTLOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 28 }

pnniRouteAddrOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 29 }

pnniRouteTnsOptionalGroup

::= { pnniMIBGroups 30 }


Table 5-27 describes the objects used for units of conformance.

Table 5-27 ATM PNNI MIB Objects Used for Units of Conformance 

Name
Objects
Description
Default Value

pnniGeneralMinGroup

pnniHighestVersion,
pnniLowestVersion,
pnniDtlCountOriginator,
pnniCrankbackCountOriginator,
pnniAltRouteCountOriginator,
pnniRouteFailCountOriginator,
pnniRouteFailUnreachable
Originator

Specifies a collection of general PNNI objects required for management of a minimum function switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniGeneralBorder
Group

pnniDtlCountBorder,
pnniCrankbackCountBorder,
pnniAltRouteCountBorder,
pnniRouteFailCountBorder,
pnniRouteFailUnreachableBorder

Specifies a collection of general PNNI objects required for management of a border node.

Status: current

none

pnniNodeMinGroup

pnniNodeLevel,
pnniNodeId,
pnniNodeLowest,
pnniNodeAdminStatus,
pnniNodeOperStatus,
pnniNodeAtmAddress,
pnniNodePeerGroupId,
pnniNodeRestrictedTransit,
pnniNodeComplexRep,
pnniNodeRestrictedBranching,
pnniNodeDatabaseOverload,
pnniNodePtses,
pnniNodeRowStatus

Specifies a collection of per-node PNNI objects required for management of a minimum functional switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniNodePglMin
Group

pnniNodePglLeadershipPriority,
pnniNodePglInitTime,
pnniNodePglReelectTime,
pnniNodePglState,
pnniNodePreferredPgl,
pnniNodePeerGroupLeader,
pnniNodePglTimeStamp,
pnniNodeActiveParentNodeId

Specifies a collection of per-node, PGL election-related PNNI objects required for managing a minimum functional switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniNodePglLgn
Group

pnniNodeCfgParentNodeIndex,
pnniNodePglOverrideDelay

Specifies a collection of per-node, PGL election-related PNNI objects required for managing a PGL or LGN capable switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniNodeTimerMin
Group

pnniNodePtseHolddown,
pnniNodeHelloHolddown,
pnniNodeHelloInterval,
pnniNodeHelloInactivityFactor,
pnniNodePtseRefreshInterval,
pnniNodePtseLifetimeFactor,
pnniNodeRxmtInterval,
pnniNodePeerDelayedAckInterval,
pnniNodeAvcrPm,
pnniNodeAvcrMt,
pnniNodeCdvPm,
pnniNodeCtdPm

Specifies a collection of per-node PNNI objects required for managing timers and significant change thresholds in a minimum functional switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniNodeTimerLgn
Group

pnniNodeHlinkInact

Specifies a collection of per-node PNNI objects required for managing timers in a PGL or LGN capable switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniNodeSvccLgn
Group

pnniNodeSvccInitTime,
pnniNodeSvccRetryTime,
pnniNodeSvccCallingIntegrityTime,
pnniNodeSvccCalledIntegrityTime,
pnniNodeSvccTrafficDescriptorIndex

Specifies a collection of per-node, SVCC-based RCC related PNNI objects required for managing a PGL or LGN capable switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniScopeMinGroup

pnniScopeLocalNetwork,
pnniScopeLocalNetworkPlusOne,
pnniScopeLocalNetworkPlusTwo,
pnniScopeSiteMinusOne,
pnniScopeIntraSite,
pnniScopeSitePlusOne,
pnniScopeOrganizationMinusOne,
pnniScopeIntraOrganization,
pnniScopeOrganizationPlusOne,
pnniScopeCommunityMinusOne,
pnniScopeIntraCommunity,
pnniScopeCommunityPlusOne,
pnniScopeRegional,
pnniScopeInterRegional,
pnniScopeGlobal

Specifies a collection of per-node scope mapping-related PNNI objects required for managing a minimum functional switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniSummaryAddressLgnGroup

pnniSummaryAddressSuppress,
pnniSummaryAddressState, pnniSummaryAddressRowStatus

Specifies a collection of PNNI objects required for controlling address summarization.

Status: current

none

pnniIfMinGroup

pnniIfNodeIndex,
pnniIfPortId,
pnniIfVPCapability,
pnniIfAdmWeightCbr,
pnniIfAdmWeightRtVbr,
pnniIfAdmWeightNrtVbr,
pnniIfAdmWeightAbr,
pnniIfAdmWeightUbr,
pnniIfRccServiceCategory,
pnniIfRccTrafficDescrIndex

Specifies a collection of per-interface PNNI objects required for managing a minimum functional switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniIfBorderGroup

pnniIfAggrToken

Specifies a collection of per-interface PNNI objects required for managing a border node.

Status: current

none

pnniLinkMinGroup

pnniLinkType,
pnniLinkVersion,
pnniLinkHelloState,
pnniLinkRemoteNodeId,
pnniLinkRemotePortId,
pnniLinkIfIndex,
pnniLinkRcvHellos,
pnniLinkXmtHellos

Specifies a collection of per-link PNNI objects required for managing a minimum functional switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniLinkBorderOrLgn
Group

pnniLinkDerivedAggrToken,
pnniLinkUpnodeId,
pnniLinkUpnodeAtmAddress,
pnniLinkCommonPeerGroupId

Specifies a collection of per-link PNNI objects required for managing a border node or a PGL or LGN capable switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniLinkLgnGroup

pnniLinkSvccRccIndex

Specifies a collection of per-link PNNI objects required for managing a PGL or LGN capable switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniNbrPeerMin
Group

pnniNbrPeerState,
pnniNbrPeerPortCount,
pnniNbrPeerRcvDbSums,
pnniNbrPeerXmtDbSums,
pnniNbrPeerRcvPtsps,
pnniNbrPeerXmtPtsps,
pnniNbrPeerRcvPtseReqs,
pnniNbrPeerXmtPtseReqs,
pnniNbrPeerRcvPtseAcks,
pnniNbrPeerXmtPtseAcks

Specifies a collection of per-neighboring-peer PNNI objects required for managing a minimum functional switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniNbrPeerLgn
Group

pnniNbrPeerSvccRccIndex

Specifies a collection of per-neighboring-peer PNNI objects required for managing a PGL or LGN capable switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniNbrPeerPortMin
Group

pnniNbrPeerPortFloodStatus

Specifies a collection of per-port-to-neighboring-peer PNNI objects required for managing a minimum functional switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniSvccRccLgnGroup

pnniSvccRccVersion,
pnniSvccRccHelloState,
pnniSvccRccRemoteNodeId,
pnniSvccRccRemoteAtmAddress,
pnniSvccRccRcvHellos,
pnniSvccRccXmtHellos,
pnniSvccRccIfIndex,
pnniSvccRccVpi,
pnniSvccRccVci

Specifies a collection of per-SVCC-based RCC PNNI objects required for managing a PGL or LGN capable switching system.

Status: current

none

pnniPtseOptional
Group

pnniPtseType,
pnniPtseSequenceNum,
pnniPtseChecksum,
pnniPtseLifeTime,
pnniPtseInfo

Specifies a collection of the optional per PTSE PNNI objects.

Status: current

none

pnniMapOptional
Group

pnniMapType,
pnniMapPeerGroupId,
pnniMapAggrToken,
pnniMapRemoteNodeId,
pnniMapRemotePortId,
pnniMapVPCapability,
pnniMapPtseId,
pnniMapMetricsTag

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to create a map of nodes and links in the PNNI routing domain.

Status: current

none

pnniMapNodeOptional
Group

pnniMapNodePeerGroupId,
pnniMapNodeAtmAddress,
pnniMapNodeRestrictedTransit,
pnniMapNodeComplexRep,
pnniMapNodeRestrictedBranching,
pnniMapNodeDatabaseOverload,
pnniMapNodeIAmLeader,
pnniMapNodeLeadershipPriority,
pnniMapNodePreferredPgl,
pnniMapNodeParentNodeId,
pnniMapNodeParentAtmAddress,
pnniMapNodeParentPeerGroupId,
pnniMapNodeParentPglNodeId

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to create a map of nodes in the PNNI routing domain.

Status: current

none

pnniMapAddrOptional
Group

pnniMapAddrAddress,
pnniMapAddrPrefixLength

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to create a map of reachable addresses in the PNNI routing domain.

Status: current

none

pnniMapTnsOptional
Group

pnniMapTnsId

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to create a map of reachable transit networks in the PNNI routing domain.

Status: current

none

pnniMetricsOptional
Group

pnniMetricsClasses,
pnniMetricsGcacClp,
pnniMetricsAdminWeight,
pnniMetrics1,
pnniMetrics2,
pnniMetrics3,
pnniMetrics4,
pnniMetrics5,
pnniMetrics6,
pnniMetrics7,
pnniMetrics8,
pnniMetricsRowStatus

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to manage metrics and attributes associated with PNNI entities.

Status: current

none

pnniRouteGeneral
OptionalGroup

pnniRouteNodeNumber,
pnniRouteAddrNumber

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects that includes pnniRouteNodeNumber and pnniRouteAddrNumber.

Status: current

none

pnniRouteNode
OptionalGroup

pnniRouteNodeDestPortId,
pnniRouteNodeProto,
pnniRouteNodeTimeStamp,
pnniRouteNodeInfo,
pnniRouteNodeGcacClp,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetricAW,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetric1,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetric2,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetric3,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetric4,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetric5,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetric6,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetric7,
pnniRouteNodeFwdMetric8,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetricAW,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetric1,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetric2,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetric3,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetric4,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetric5,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetric6,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetric7,
pnniRouteNodeBwdMetric8,
pnniRouteNodeVPCapability,
pnniRouteNodeStatus

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to manage precalculated routes to nodes in the PNNI routing domain.

Status: current

none

pnniDTLOptional
Group

pnniDTLNodeId,
pnniDTLPortId,
pnniDTLLinkType,
pnniDTLStatus

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to manage the precalculated routes to nodes in the PNNI routing domain.

Status: current

none

pnniRouteAddr
OptionalGroup

pnniRouteAddrIfIndex,
pnniRouteAddrAdvertisingNodeId,
pnniRouteAddrAdvertisedPortId,
pnniRouteAddrType,
pnniRouteAddrProto,
pnniRouteAddrPnniScope,
pnniRouteAddrVPCapability,
pnniRouteAddrMetricsTag,
pnniRouteAddrPtseId,
pnniRouteAddrOriginate
Advertisement,
pnniRouteAddrInfo,
pnniRouteAddrOperStatus,
pnniRouteAddrTimeStamp,
pnniRouteAddrRowStatus

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to manage the routes to the reachable addresses in the PNNI routing domain.

Status: current

none

pnniRouteTnsOptional
Group

pnniRouteTnsIfIndex,
pnniRouteTnsAdvertisingNodeId,
pnniRouteTnsAdvertisedPortId,
pnniRouteTnsRouteType,
pnniRouteTnsProto,
pnniRouteTnsPnniScope,
pnniRouteTnsVPCapability,
pnniRouteTnsMetricsTag,
pnniRouteTnsPtseId,
pnniRouteTnsOriginateAdvertisement,
pnniRouteTnsInfo,
pnniRouteTnsOperStatus,
pnniRouteTnsTimeStamp,
pnniRouteTnsRowStatus

Specifies a collection of the optional PNNI objects used to manage the routes to the reachable transit networks in the PNNI routing domain.

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN SVC MIB Objects

The Cisco WAN SVC MIB objects configure, provision, and gather status for ATM services. This MIB file is defined in the CISCO-WAN-SVC-MIB.my file.


Note The Cisco WAN SVC MIB is defined under the StrataCom Enterprise.


Enhanced Network to Network Interface (ENNI) indicates an enhanced Network-to-Network Interface (NNI) to link two networks using either Cisco Automatic Routing Management (AR) or PNNI. Switched or Permanent Virtual Circuit (XPVC), end-to-end Virtual Circuits (VCs), are provisioned across multiple networks to support AR and PNNI. XPVC consists of multiple segments where each segment is a complete VC, which can be a PVC or SPVC. Within the Cisco WAN SVC MIB objects, XPVC changes the segment Operation and Maintenance (OAM) cell to handle the flow for end-to-end OAM segment loops. For example, two or three segments can be between the user ports. When ENNI is defined as an LMI function, auto-discovery is enabled for ENNI.

The Cisco WAN SVC MIB objects include:

Service Information Group

Interface Configuration Table

Port Call Statistics Table

Port Address Table

Port Connection Admission Control Configuration Table

Port Loading Table

Interface Operation Table

Port Signaling Statistics

Port Connection Data Table

Port Connection Trace Control Table

Cisco WAN SVC Conformance and Compliance Statements

Service Information Group

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-28.

Table 5-28 Service Information Group Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwsSwRevision

::= { ciscoWANSvcInfo 1 }

cwsControllerStatus

::= { ciscoWANSvcInfo 6 }

cwspPnniStndbyControllerStatus

::= { ciscoWANSvcInfo 7 }

cwspPnniControllerStatus

::= { ciscoWANSvcInfo 8 }

cwspPnniControllerPhySlot

::= { ciscoWANSvcInfo 9 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-29.

Table 5-29 Service Information Group MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwsSwRevision

DisplayString

Determines the PNNI network controller software revision number.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwsControllerStatus

CwspControllerState

Specifies the administrative status for the PNNI active controller.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspPnniStndbyControllerStatus

CwspControllerState

Specifies the administrative status for the standby controller.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspPnniControllerStatus

Integer {active (1), stndby (2), unavailable(3)}

Specifies the administrative status of the PNNI controller.

Note This object is used only in the trap varbind; the SNMP Get operation is meaningless.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspPnniControllerPhySlot

Integer32

Specifies the PNNI controller physical location.

Note This object is used only in the trap varbind; the SNMP Get operation is meaningless.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Interface Configuration Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-30.

Table 5-30 Interface Configuration Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspConfigTable

::= { cwspConfig 1 }

cwspConfigEntry

::= { cwspConfigTable 1 }

cwspAdminStatus

::= { cwspConfigEntry 1 }

cwspOperStatus

::= { cwspConfigEntry 2 }

cwspSvcBlocked

::= { cwspConfigEntry 3 }

cwspSpvcBlocked

::= { cwspConfigEntry 4 }

cwspIlmiAddrRegEnable

::= { cwspConfigEntry 5 }

cwspIlmiAutoConfEnable

::= { cwspConfigEntry 6 }

cwspIlmiServRegEnable

::= { cwspConfigEntry 7 }

cwspPhyIdentifier

::= { cwspConfigEntry 8 }

cwspSignallingVpi

::= { cwspConfigEntry 9 }

cwspSignallingVci

::= { cwspConfigEntry 10 }

cwspRoutingVpi

::= { cwspConfigEntry 11 }

cwspRoutingVci

::= { cwspConfigEntry 12 }

cwspMaxVpiBits

::= { cwspConfigEntry 13 }

cwspMaxVciBits

::= { cwspConfigEntry 14 }

cwspUniVersion

::= { cwspConfigEntry 15 }

cwspNniVersion

::= { cwspConfigEntry 16 }

cwspUniType

::= { cwspConfigEntry 17 }

cwspSide

::= { cwspConfigEntry 18 }

cwspMaxP2pCalls

::= { cwspConfigEntry 19 }

cwspMaxP2mpRoots

::= { cwspConfigEntry 20 }

cwspMaxP2mpLeafs

::= { cwspConfigEntry 21 }

cwspMinSvccVpi

::= { cwspConfigEntry 22 }

cwspMaxSvccVpi

::= { cwspConfigEntry 23 }

cwspMinSvccVci

::= { cwspConfigEntry 24 }

cwspMaxSvccVci

::= { cwspConfigEntry 25 }

cwspMinSvpcVpi

::= { cwspConfigEntry 26 }

cwspMaxSvpcVpi

::= { cwspConfigEntry 27 }

cwspEnhancedIisp

::= { cwspConfigEntry 28 }

cwspConfigTableRowStatus

::= { cwspConfigEntry 29 }

cwspAddrPlanSupported

::= { cwspConfigEntry 30 }

cwspIlmiSecureLink

::= { cwspConfigEntry 31 }

cwspIlmiAttachmentPoint

::= { cwspConfigEntry 32 }

cwspIlmiLocalAttrStd

::= { cwspConfigEntry 33 }

cwspIlmiUCSMEnable

::= { cwspConfigEntry 34 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-31.

Table 5-31 Interface Configuration Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspConfigTable

Sequence of CwspConfigEntry

Collects attributes that affect the operation of the controller interface. There is a single row for each interface that the managed system expects to add or manage.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspConfigEntry

CwspConfigEntry

Specifies an entry in the interface configuration table that contains information about an interface.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains ifIndex.

none

cwspAdminStatus

INTEGER {inService (1), outService (2)}

Specifies the administrative status of the interface. inService (1) means that the interface is operational, whereas, outService (2) indicates that the interface is put out of service by the administrator.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

outservice

cwspOperStatus

INTEGER {ok(1), failed(2), other(3)}

Specifies the operational state of the interface. This status is derived from the physical state of the interface.

Values are defined as follows:

failed (1)—Indicates that the interface has failed.

ok (2)—Indicates that the interface is in an operational state.

other (3)—Indicates that the interface is in an unknown state.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspSvcBlocked

TruthValue

Indicates whether virtual connections are allowed through this interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

false

cwspSpvcBlocked

TruthValue

Indicates whether SPVCs are allowed through this interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

false

cwspIlmiAddrReg
Enable

TruthValue

Indicates whether the Interim Local Management Interface (ILMI) address registration is enabled or disabled.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

true

cwspIlmiAutoConf
Enable

TruthValue

Indicates whether the auto configuration of the interface is turned on or off. If auto configuration is enabled, the interface comes up using the ILMI auto-configuration.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

true

cwspIlmiServRegEnable

TruthValue

Indicates whether the service registry is enabled or disabled on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

true

cwspPhyIdentifier

DisplayString

Indicates the physical identification of the interface. A physical identification is mandatory when the port is provisioned for the first-time through SNMP.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwspSignallingVpi

Integer32 (0..4095)

Denotes the signaling Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) that is used on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

0

cwspSignallingVci

Integer32 (0..65535)

Indicates the signaling Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) that is used on the interface. The acceptable values are from 32 to 65535.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

5

cwspRoutingVpi

Integer32 (0..4095)

Indicates the VPI that is used for the PNNI lowest-level RCC.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

0

cwspRoutingVci

Integer32 (0..65535)

Indicates the VCI that is used for the PNNI lowest-level RCC. The acceptable values are 32 to 65535.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

18

cwspMaxVpiBits

Integer32 (0..12)

Determines the maximum number of active VPI bits on this ATM Interface. For virtual interfaces, for example, Virtual Path Connections used by PNNI, this value has no meaning and is set to 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspMaxVciBits

Integer32 (0..16)

Determines the maximum number of active VCI bits on this ATM Interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspUniVersion

Integer {uni20 (1), uni30 (2), uni31 (3), uni40 (4), ituDss2 (5), frf4 (6), unsupported (7), ip (8), self(9)}

Indicates the latest version of the ATM Forum UNI Signaling Specification that is supported on this ATM Interface. If this value is not present, a version of the UNI earlier than 3.1 is supported.

The value of self(9) indicates the entry is a voice port.

If the peer Interface Management Entity (IME) value of this object is the same as, or later than, the local IME value, the version corresponding to the local IME value can be attempted. Otherwise, if the peer IME value of this object is earlier and supported locally, the local IME can use the version that corresponds to the peer IME value. Otherwise, compatibility of the two IMEs cannot be assumed.

When this variable has a value other than unsupported(7), the cswpNniVersion variable contains the value unsupported(7).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

uni31

cwspNniVersion

Integer{iisp30(1), iisp31(2),
pnni10(3),
enni(4),
aini(5)
unsupported(7)}

Indicates the latest version of the ATM Forum PNNI Signaling Specification that is supported on this ATM Interface.

Note The PNNI routing version is not determined through ILMI.

If the peer IME value of this object is the same as, or later than, the local IME value, the version that corresponds to the local IME value is attempted. Otherwise, if the peer IME value of this object is earlier, and supported locally, the local IME can use the version that corresponds to the peer IME value. Otherwise, compatibility of the two IMEs cannot be assumed.

When this variable has a value other than unsupported(7), the cswpUniVersion variable contains the value unsupported(7).

Note enni is not a signaling protocol.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

pnni10

cwspUniType

INTEGER { public(1), private(2) }

Specifies the type of ATM device, for example, public or private.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

private

cwspSide

INTEGER { user(1), network(2) }

Determines the type of ATM device. This object is used in an automatic ATM Interface-Type determination procedure, which determines a correct operational ATM Interface-type. An ATM end system takes the value ofuser(1); an ATM network node takes the value of node(2).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

network

cwspMaxP2pCalls

Integer32 (0..65535)

Determines the maximum number of point-to-point calls. The calls include Virtual Circuit (VC) and Virtual Path (VP) allowed on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

10000

cwspMaxP2mpRoots

Integer32 (0..65535)

Indicates the maximum number of root VCs, for example, point-to-multipoint, is allowed on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

1000

cwspMaxP2mpLeafs

Integer32 (0..65535)

Indicates the maximum number of leaf VCs, for example, point-to-multipoint, allowed on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

4095

cwspMinSvccVpi

Integer32 (0..4095)

Indicates the minimum SVCC Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) configured on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

0

cwspMaxSvccVpi

Integer32 (0..4095)

Indicates the maximum SVCC VPI configured on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

4095

cwspMinSvccVci

Integer32 (0..65535)

Indicates the minimum SVCC Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) configured on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

35

cwspMaxSvccVci

Integer32 (35..65535)

Indicates the maximum SVCC VCI configured on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

65535

cwspMinSvpcVpi

Integer32 (1..4095)

Indicates the minimum SVPC VPI configured on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

1

cwspMaxSvpcVpi

Integer32 (1..4095)

Indicates the maximum SVPC VPI configured on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

4095

cwspEnhancedIisp

TruthValue

Indicates whether the enhanced features for Interim-Interswitch Signaling Protocol (IISP) are enabled or disabled.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

false

cwspConfigTableRow
Status

RowStatus

Creates and deletes the interface. The values createAndGo, destroy, active, and notInService are supported. The NMS uses only createAndGo to create a row and destroy to delete a row. The managed device can either return active or notInService for a row status.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwspAddrPlanSupported

Integer{ both(1), aesa(2), e164(3) }

Specifies the ATM address plan that is supported on an interface. This is modified only if the interface is a public UNI. For all other interfaces, the value is aesa.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

aesa

cwspIlmiSecureLink

TruthValue

Indicates whether the ILMI Secure Link Protocol is enabled or disabled. When the secure link protocol is enabled, loss in the ILMI connectivity is treated as loss in the attachment point. Therefore, all the SVCs and SVPs are released on the interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

true

cwspIlmiAttachment
Point

TruthValue

Indicates whether detection of the loss of attachment procedures is enabled on this interface. When set to true, the standard ILMI procedures are employed to detect the loss of the attachment point. If set to false, the ILMI protocol on the interface does not detect the loss of the attachment.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

true

cwspIlmiLocalAttrStd

TruthValue

Indicates whether modification of the local attributes is used for either the ILMI 4.0 specification or Cisco proprietary procedures. When set to true, the standard ILMI procedures are followed.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

true

cwspIlmiUCSMEnable

TruthValue

Indicates whether the ILMI user-connection status monitor is enabled or disabled.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

true


Port Call Statistics Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-32.

Table 5-32 Port Call Statistics Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspCallStatsTable

::= { cwspCallStats 1 }

cwspCallStatsEntry

::= { cwspCallStatsTable 1 }

cwspCountReset

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 1 }

cwspInCallAttempts

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 2 }

cwspInCallEstabs

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 3 }

cwspInCallFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 4 }

cwspInFilterFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 5 }

cwspInRouteFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 6 }

cwspInResrcFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 7 }

cwspInTimerFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 8 }

cwspInCrankbacks

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 9 }

cwspOutCallAttempts

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 10 }

cwspOutCallEstabs

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 11 }

cwspOutCallFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 12 }

cwspOutFilterFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 13 }

cwspOutRouteFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 14 }

cwspOutResrcFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 15 }

cwspOutTimerFailures

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 16 }

cwspOutCrankbacks

::= { cwspCallStatsEntry 17 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-33.

Table 5-33 Port Call Statistics Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspCallStatsTable

Sequence of CwspCallStatsEntry

Contains objects that shows the statistics for SVC and SPVC calls on a given interface.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspCallStatsEntry

CwspCallStatsEntry

Contains an entry that is used for SVC and SPVC call statistics.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains ifIndex.

none

cwspCountReset

INTEGER {noop(1),
-- none of following reset(2) -- resetting}

Writes a value of two to this object to reset all the counters.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

noop

cwspInCallAttempts

Counter32

Displays the number of incoming signaling messages Setup and Add Party that are received by the switching node on this interface. These messages are used for call establishment.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspInCallEstabs

Counter32

Displays the number of incoming signaling messages Connect and Add Party Ack that are received by the switching node on this interface. These messages mark a call that is successfully established.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspInCallFailures

Counter32

Displays the total number of incoming point-to-point and point-to-multipoint SVC/SPVC call attempts that failed on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspInFilterFailures

Counter32

Displays the number of incoming point-to-point and point-to-multipoint SVC/SPVC call attempts that failed due to address filtering on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspInRouteFailures

Counter32

Displays the number of incoming point-to-point and point-to-multipoint SVC/SPVC call attempts on this interface. These attempts failed because a route to the destination was not available.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspInResrcFailures

Counter32

Displays the number of incoming point-to-point and point-to-multipoint SVC/SPVC call attempts on this interface. These attempts failed because there were not enough resources as requested in call parameters.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspInTimerFailures

Counter32

Displays the number of signaling timers timed out for incoming point-to-point and point-to-multipoint SVC/SPVC calls on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspInCrankbacks

Counter32

Displays the number of crankback Information Elements (IEs) received on this interface for incoming point-to-point and point-to-multipoint SVC/SPVC call attempts.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOutCallAttempts

Counter32

Displays the number of outgoing signaling messages Setup and Add Party on this interface. These messages are used for call establishment.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOutCallEstabs

Counter32

Displays the number of outgoing signaling messages Connect and Add Party Ack, which mark the call being established on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOutCallFailures

Counter32

Displays the total number of outgoing signaling messages for both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint call establishments on this interface that failed.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOutFilterFailures

Counter32

Displays the number of outgoing signaling messages that are used for call establishment on this interface, and which failed the address filtering.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOutRouteFailures

Counter32

Displays the number of outgoing signaling messages that are used for call establishment on this interface. These messages failed because the route was not available.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOutResrcFailures

Counter32

Displays the number of outgoing signaling messages that are used for call establishment on this interface. These messages failed because the resource request was not available.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOutTimerFailures

Counter32

Displays the number of timed-out signaling timers on this interface that are used for outgoing signaling messages.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOutCrankbacks

Counter32

Displays the number of crankback IEs being sent on this interface that are used for outgoing signaling release messages. This is generated on the node that generates the crankback IEs.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Port Address Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-34.

Table 5-34 Port Address Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspAddressTable

::= { cwspAddress 1 }

cwspAddressEntry

::= { cwspAddressTable 1 }

cwspAtmAddress

::= { cwspAddressEntry 1 }

cwspAddrLen

::= { cwspAddressEntry 2 }

cwspAddrType

::= { cwspAddressEntry 3 }

cwspAddrProto

::= { cwspAddressEntry 4 }

cwspAddrPlan

::= { cwspAddressEntry 5 }

cwspAddrScope

::= { cwspAddressEntry 6 }

cwspAddrRedistribute

::= { cwspAddressEntry 7 }

cwspAddressRowStatus

::= { cwspAddressEntry 8 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-35.

Table 5-35 Port Address Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspAddressTable

Sequence of CwspAddressEntry

Contains all the attributes necessary to determine what the PNNI entity recognizes are reachable in terms of the ATM End System Addresses, and which nodes are advertising this ability.

This interface ATM Address Table is also used to configure static routes to reachable addresses. Entries in this table can be created or deleted by setting the intfAddressRowStatus object to appropriate values. Existing entries in this table cannot be modified. Entries in this table can also be created or deleted through the command provided by the Command Line Interface (CLI).

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspAddressEntry

CwspAddressEntry

Specifies an entry in the table that contains information about a reachable address.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The following list the indexes:

ifIndex

cwspAtmAddress

cwspAddrLen

none

cwspAtmAddress

AtmAddress

Determines the value of the ATM End System Address.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspAddrLen

INTEGER (0..160)

Determines the address length in bits to be applied to the ATM End System Address.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspAddrType

INTEGER { internal(1), exterior(2) }

Specifies the type of reachability from the advertising node to the address. This variable indicates that either an internal ATM address is a reachable ATM destination that is directly attached to the logical node, which is advertising this address, or that an exterior ATM address is reached through a PNNI routing domain, which is not located in this routing domain.

Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.8.1.3.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

exterior

cwspAddrProto

INTEGER { local(1), static(2) }

Specifies the routing mechanism through the connectivity from the advertising node to the learned reachable address.

The following is how each address is defined:

local—Indicates this address is automatically advertised.

static—Indicates this address is not automatically advertised.

Setting the cwspAddrRedistribute variable to true forces a static address to be advertised.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

local

cwspAddrPlan

INTEGER { e164(1), nsap(2) }

Determines the address plan. For the Network Service Access Point (NSAP) address, the first byte of the address automatically implies one of the three NSAP address plans: NSAP E.164, NSAP DCC, or NSAP ICD.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

nsap

cwspAddrScope

INTEGER (0..104)

Specifies the PNNI scope of advertisement, for example, a level of the PNNI hierarchy which is used for the reachability from the advertising node to the address.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

0

cwspAddrRedistribute

TruthValue

Defines whether or not the reachable address specified by this entry is advertised by the local node into the PNNI routing domain. This object is only meaningful if the routing mechanism cwspAddrProto is static.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

false

cwspAddressRowStatus

RowStatus

Creates or deletes a reachable address.

Note NMS can use CreateAndGo to create a row and Destroy to delete a row.

The managed device returns an active or notInService as row status.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Port Connection Admission Control Configuration Table

The object identifier for each MIB object that is used for the Port Connection Admission Control (CAC) Configuration Table is listed in Table 5-36.

Table 5-36 Port CAC Configuration Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspCacConfigTable

::= { cwspCacConfig 1 }

cwspCacConfigEntry

::= { cwspCacConfigTable 1 }

cwspUtilFactorCbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 1 }

cwspUtilFactorRtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 2 }

cwspUtilFactorNrtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 3 }

cwspUtilFactorAbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 4 }

cwspUtilFactorUbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 5 }

cwspMaxBwCbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 6 }

cwspMaxBwRtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 7 }

cwspMaxBwNrtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 8 }

cwspMaxBwAbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 9 }

cwspMaxBwUbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 10 }

cwspMinBwCbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 11 }

cwspMinBwRtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 12 }

cwspMinBwNrtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 13 }

cwspMinBwAbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 14 }

cwspMinBwUbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 15 }

cwspMaxVcCbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 16 }

cwspMaxVcRtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 17 }

cwspMaxVcNrtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 18 }

cwspMaxVcAbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 19 }

cwspMaxVcUbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 20 }

cwspMinVcCbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 21 }

cwspMinVcRtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 22 }

cwspMinVcNrtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 23 }

cwspMinVcAbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 24 }

cwspMinVcUbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 25 }

cwspMaxVcBwCbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 26 }

cwspMaxVcBwRtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 27 }

cwspMaxVcBwNrtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 28 }

cwspMaxVcBwAbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 29 }

cwspMaxVcBwUbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 30 }

cwspDefaultCdvtCbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 31 }

cwspDefaultCdvtRtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 32 }

cwspDefaultCdvtNrtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 33 }

cwspDefaultCdvtAbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 34 }

cwspDefaultCdvtUbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 35 }

cwspDefaultMbsRtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 36 }

cwspDefaultMbsNrtVbr

::= { cwspCacConfigEntry 37 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-37.

Table 5-37 Port CAC Configuration Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspCacConfigTable

Sequence of CwspCacConfigEntry

Specifies a table that contains the CAC information for each interface.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspCacConfigEntry

CwspCacConfigEntry

Contains an entry for the CAC information.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains ifIndex.

none

cwspUtilFactorCbr

Integer32 (1..200)

Specifies the booking factor for the Constant Bit Rate (CBR) service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

100

cwspUtilFactorRtVbr

Integer32 (1..200)

Specifies the booking factor for the real-time Variable Bit Rate (VBR) service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

100

cwspUtilFactorNrtVbr

Integer32 (1..200)

Specifies the booking factor for nonreal-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

100

cwspUtilFactorAbr

Integer32 (1..200)

Specifies the booking factor for the Available Bit Rate (ABR) service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

100

cwspUtilFactorUbr

Integer32 (1..200)

Specifies the booking factor for the Unspecified Bit Rate (UBR) service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

100

cwspMaxBwCbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for the CBR service in percentage. The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMaxBwRtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for the real-time VBR service in percentage. The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMaxBwNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for the nonreal-time (NRT) VBR service in percentage. The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMaxBwAbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for the ABR service in percentage. The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMaxBwUbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for the UBR service in percentage. The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMinBwCbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum bandwidth for the CBR service in percentage. The total values for cwspMinBwCbr, cwspMinBwRtVbr, cwspMinBwNrtVbr, cwspMinBwAbr, and cwspMinBwUbr cannot exceed 1000000 or 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMinBwRtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum bandwidth for the real-time VBR service in percentage. The total values of cwspMinBwCbr, cwspMinBwRtVbr, cwspMinBwNrtVbr, cwspMinBwAbr, and cwspMinBwUbr can not exceed 1000000 or 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMinBwNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum bandwidth for the NRT VBR service in percentage. The total values of cwspMinBwCbr, cwspMinBwRtVbr, cwspMinBwNrtVbr, cwspMinBwAbr, and cwspMinBwUbr cannot exceed 1000000 or 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMinBwAbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum bandwidth for the ABR service in percentage. The total values of cwspMinBwCbr, cwspMinBwRtVbr, cwspMinBwNrtVbr, cwspMinBwAbr, and cwspMinBwUbr cannot exceed 1000000 or 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMinBwUbr

Integer32(0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum bandwidth for the UBR service in percentage. The value for this variable is always 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspMaxVcCbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum number of VCs for the CBR service in percentage.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMaxVcRtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum number of VCs for the real-time VBR service in percentage.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMaxVcNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum number of VCs for the NRT VBR service in percentage.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMaxVcAbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum number of VCs for the ABR service in percentage.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMaxVcUbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum number of VCs for the UBR service in percentage.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1000000

cwspMinVcCbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum number of VCs for the CBR service in percentage.

The total values of cwspMinVcCbr, cwspMinVcRtVbr, cwspMinVcNrtVbr, cwspMinVcAbr, and cwspMinVcUbr cannot exceed 1000000 or 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMinVcRtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum number of VCs for the real-time VBR service in percentage.

The total values of cwspMinVcCbr, cwspMinVcRtVbr, cwspMinVcNrtVbr, cwspMinVcAbr, and cwspMinVcUbr cannot exceed 1000000 or 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMinVcNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum number of VCs for the NRT VBR service in percentage.

The total values of cwspMinVcCbr, cwspMinVcRtVbr, cwspMinVcNrtVbr, cwspMinVcAbr, and cwspMinVcUbr cannot exceed 1000000, for example, 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMinVcAbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum number of VCs for the ABR service in percentage.

The total values of cwspMinVcCbr, cwspMinVcRtVbr, cwspMinVcNrtVbr, cwspMinVcAbr, and cwspMinVcUbr cannot exceed 1000000, for example, 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMinVcUbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the minimum number of VCs for the UBR service in percentage.

The total values of cwspMinVcCbr, cwspMinVcRtVbr, cwspMinVcNrtVbr, cwspMinVcAbr, and cwspMinVcUbr cannot exceed 1000000, for example, 100%.

The value of this variable is interpreted in the format of xxx.xxx.

For example, xxx.xxxx is a value 750000 and is interpreted as 75.0000%.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMaxVcBwCbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for a VC that is used for the real-time CBR service.

The value is in units of cps.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMaxVcBwRtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for a VC that is used for the real-time VBR service.

The value is in units of cps.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMaxVcBwNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for a VC that is used for the NRT VBR service.

The value is in units of cps.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMaxVcBwAbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth for a VC that is used for the ABR service.

The value is in units of cps.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspMaxVcBwUbr

Integer32 (0..1000000)

Specifies the maximum bandwidth that is allowed for the UBR service.

The value is in units of cps.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwspDefaultCdvtCbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the default Cell Delay Variation Tolerance (CDVT) for the CBR service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1024

cwspDefaultCdvtRtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the default CDVT for the real-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1024

cwspDefaultCdvtNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the default CDVT for the NRT VBR service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1024

cwspDefaultCdvtAbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the default CDVT for the ABR service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1024

cwspDefaultCdvtUbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the default CDVT for the UBR service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1024

cwspDefaultMbsRtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the default Maximum Burst Size (MBS) for the real-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1024

cwspDefaultMbsNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the default MBS for the NRT VBR service.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

1024


Port Loading Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-38.

Table 5-38 Port Loading Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspLoadTable

::= { cwspLoad 1 }

cwspLoadEntry

::= { cwspLoadTable 1 }

cwspLoadBwTotal

::= { cwspLoadEntry 1 }

cwspLoadMaxBwCbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 2 }

cwspLoadMaxBwRtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 3 }

cwspLoadMaxBwNrtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 4 }

cwspLoadMaxBwAbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 5 }

cwspLoadMaxBwUbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 6 }

cwspLoadBwAvail

::= { cwspLoadEntry 7 }

cwspLoadAvlBwCbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 8 }

cwspLoadAvlBwRtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 9 }

cwspLoadAvlBwNrtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 10 }

cwspLoadAvlBwAbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 11 }

cwspLoadAvlBwUbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 12 }

cwspLoadVcAvail

::= { cwspLoadEntry 13 }

cwspLoadAvlVcCbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 14 }

cwspLoadAvlVcRtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 15 }

cwspLoadAvlVcNrtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 16 }

cwspLoadAvlVcAbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 17 }

cwspLoadAvlVcUbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 18 }

cwspLoadCtdCbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 19 }

cwspLoadCtdRtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 20 }

cwspLoadCtdNrtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 21 }

cwspLoadCtdAbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 22 }

cwspLoadCtdUbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 23 }

cwspLoadCdvCbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 24 }

cwspLoadCdvRtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 25 }

cwspLoadCdvNrtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 26 }

cwspLoadCdvAbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 27 }

cwspLoadCdvUbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 28 }

cwspLoadClr0Cbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 29 }

cwspLoadClr0RtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 30 }

cwspLoadClr0NrtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 31 }

cwspLoadClr0Abr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 32 }

cwspLoadClr0Ubr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 33 }

cwspLoadClr01Cbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 34 }

cwspLoadClr01RtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 35 }

cwspLoadClr01NrtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 36 }

cwspLoadClr01Abr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 37 }

cwspLoadClr01Ubr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 38 }

cwspLoadMinGurCrCbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 39 }

cwspLoadMinGurCrRtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 40 }

cwspLoadMinGurCrNrtVbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 41 }

cwspLoadMinGurCrAbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 42 }

cwspLoadMinGurCrUbr

::= { cwspLoadEntry 43 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-39.

Table 5-39 Port Loading Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspLoadTable

Sequence of CwspLoadEntry

Specifies the load information for each interface.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspLoadEntry

CwspLoadEntry

Contains an entry for the load information.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains ifIndex.

none

cwspLoadBwTotal

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the total bandwidth of the interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMaxBwCbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the maximum bandwidth for the CBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMaxBwRtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the maximum bandwidth for the real-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMaxBwNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the maximum bandwidth for the NRT VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMaxBwAbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the maximum bandwidth for the ABR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMaxBwUbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the maximum bandwidth for the UBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadBwAvail

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the total available bandwidth of the interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlBwCbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the available bandwidth for the CBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlBwRtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the available bandwidth for the real-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlBwNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the available bandwidth for the NRT VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlBwAbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the available bandwidth for the ABR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlBwUbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the available bandwidth for the UBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadVcAvail

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the total number of available VCs for the interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlVcCbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the number of VCs used by the CBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlVcRtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the number of VCs used by the real-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlVcNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the number of VCs used by the NRT VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlVcAbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the number of VCs used by the ABR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadAvlVcUbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the number of VCs used by the UBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCtdCbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell transfer delay for the CBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCtdRtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell transfer delay for the real-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCtdNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell transfer delay for the NRT VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCtdAbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell transfer delay for the ABR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCtdUbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell transfer delay for the UBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCdvCbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell delay variation for the CBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCdvRtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell delay variation for the real-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCdvNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell delay variation for the nonreal-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCdvAbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell delay variation for the ABR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadCdvUbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the cell delay variation for the UBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr0Cbr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -0 for the CBR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr0RtVbr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -0 for the real-time VBR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr0NrtVbr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -0 for the nonreal-time VBR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr0Abr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is -0 for the ABR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr0Ubr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -0 for the UBR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr01Cbr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -1 for the CBR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr01RtVbr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -1 for the real-time VBR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr01NrtVbr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -1 for the NRT VBR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr01Abr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -1 for the ABR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadClr01Ubr

Integer32

Specifies the cell loss ratio is called -1 for the UBR service. The value -1 means not applicable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMinGurCrCbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the minimum guaranteed cell rate capacity for the CBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMinGurCrRtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the minimum guaranteed cell rate capacity for the real-time VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMinGurCrNrtVbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the minimum guaranteed cell rate capacity for the NRT VBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMinGurCrAbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the minimum guaranteed cell rate capacity for the ABR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLoadMinGurCrUbr

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Specifies the minimum guaranteed cell rate capacity for the UBR service.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Interface Operation Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-40.

Table 5-40 Interface Operation Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspOperationTable

::= { cwspOperation 1 }

cwspOperationEntry

::= { cwspOperationTable 1 }

cwspOperIlmiEnable

::= { cwspOperationEntry 1 }

cwspOperIfcType

::= { cwspOperationEntry 2 }

cwspOperIfcSide

::= { cwspOperationEntry 3 }

cwspOperMaxVPCs

::= { cwspOperationEntry 4 }

cwspOperMaxVCCs

::= { cwspOperationEntry 5 }

cwspOperMaxVpiBits

::= { cwspOperationEntry 6 }

cwspOperMaxVciBits

::= { cwspOperationEntry 7 }

cwspOperUniType

::= { cwspOperationEntry 8 }

cwspOperUniVersion

::= { cwspOperationEntry 9 }

cwspOperDeviceType

::= { cwspOperationEntry 10 }

cwspOperIlmiVersion

::= { cwspOperationEntry 11 }

cwspOperNniSigVersion

::= { cwspOperationEntry 12 }

cwspOperMaxSvpcVpi

::= { cwspOperationEntry 13 }

cwspOperMinSvpcVpi

::= { cwspOperationEntry 14 }

cwspOperMaxSvccVpi

::= { cwspOperationEntry 15 }

cwspOperMinSvccVpi

::= { cwspOperationEntry 16 }

cwspOperMaxSvccVci

::= { cwspOperationEntry 17 }

cwspOperMinSvccVci

::= { cwspOperationEntry 18 }

cwspOperAddrPlanSupported

::= { cwspOperationEntry 19 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-41.

Table 5-41 Interface Operation Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspOperationTable

Sequence of CwspOperationEntry

Specifies the interface operation table that contains the runtime negotiated values between the platform, PNNI controller, and peer for the interface.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspOperationEntry

CwspOperationEntry

Specifies an entry in the interface operation table that contains the negotiated values for the interface.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains ifIndex.

none

cwspOperIlmiEnable

TruthValue

Explains the operational state of Interim Local Management Interface (ILMI).

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperIfcType

Integer { publicUni(1),
privateUni(2), iisp(3),
pnni(4), aini(5), enni(6)}

Specifies the interface type. It contains the following:

Public User-Network Interface (publicUni)

Private User-Network Interface (privateUni)

Interim Inter-Switch Signaling Protocol (IISP)

Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI)

ATM Inter-Network Interface (AINI)

Enhanced Network-to-Network Interface (ENNI)

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperIfcSide

INTEGER { userSide(1),
networkSide(2),
symmetric(3) }

Explains the IME type of the ATM device that is determined by the automatic interface type determination procedure.

Refer to ATM Forum ILMI 4.0, Section 8.3.4.1.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMaxVPCs

Integer32

Specifies the maximum number of switched and permanent VPCs supported on this ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMaxVCCs

Integer32

Specifies the maximum number of switched and permanent VCCs supported on this ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMaxVpiBits

Integer32

Specifies the maximum number of active VPI bits on this ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMaxVciBits

Integer32

Specifies the maximum number of active VCI bits on this ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperUniType

INTEGER { public(1), private(2) }

Specifies the type of the ATM device, for example, public or private.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperUniVersion

INTEGER { uni20(1),
uni30(2),
uni31(3),
uni40(4),
ituDss2(5)
frf4(6)
unsupported(7)
ip(8)}

Indicates the latest version of the ATM Forum UNI Signaling Specification that is supported on this ATM Interface. If this value is not present, a version of the UNI earlier than 3.1 is supported.

If the peer IME value of this object is the same as or later than the local IME value, the version corresponding to the local IME value is attempted. Otherwise, if the peer IME value of this object is used earlier and supported locally, the local IME can use the version corresponding to the peer IME value. Otherwise, compatibility of the two IMEs cannot be assumed.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperDeviceType

INTEGER { user(1), node(2) }

Determines the type of ATM device. This object is used in an automatic ATM Interface-Type determination procedure so that a correct operational ATM Interface-Type can be determined. An ATM End System can take the value user(1), and an ATM network node can take the value node(2).

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperIlmiVersion

INTEGER
{ unsupported(1),
version4point0(2) }

Indicates the latest version of the ATM Forum ILMI Specification that is supported on this ATM Interface. If the peer IME value of this object is the same as or later than the local IME value, the version corresponding to the local IME value is attempted. Otherwise, if the peer IME value of this object is earlier, and supported locally, the local IME can use the version that corresponds to the peer IME value. Otherwise, compatibility of the two IMEs cannot be assumed. If this object is not present, a version of the ILMI earlier than 4.0 is supported.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperNniSig
Version

INTEGER{unsupported(1),
iisp(2),
pnniVersion1point0(3), enni(4), aini(5) }

Indicates the latest version of the ATM Forum PNNI Signaling Specification supported on this ATM Interface.

Note The PNNI routing version is not determined through ILMI.

If the peer IME value of this object is the same as or later than the local IME value, the version that corresponds to the local IME value is attempted. Otherwise, if the peer IME value of this object is earlier and supported locally, the local IME can use the version that corresponds to the peer IME value. Otherwise, compatibility of the two IMEs cannot be assumed.

Note enni is not a signaling protocol.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMaxSvpc
Vpi

Integer32

Determines the maximum switched VPC VPI.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMinSvpc
Vpi

Integer32

Determines the minimum switched VPC VPI.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMaxSvcc
Vpi

Integer32

Determines the maximum switched VCC VPI.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMinSvcc
Vpi

Integer32

Determines the minimum switched VCC VPI.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMaxSvcc
Vci

Integer32

Determines the maximum switched VCC VCI.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperMinSvccVci

Integer32

Determines the minimum switched VCC VCI.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspOperAddrPlan
Supported

Integer{both(1), aesa(2),
e164(3) }

Specifies the ATM address plan supported on a public UNI. For all other interfaces, the value is aesa.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Port Signaling Statistics

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-42.

Table 5-42 Port Signaling Statistics Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspSigStatsTable

::= { cwspSigStats 1 }

cwspSigStatsEntry

::= { cwspSigStatsTable 1 }

cwspSigCounterReset

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 1 }

cwspCallProcRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 2 }

cwspConnectRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 3 }

cwspConnectAckRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 4 }

cwspSetupRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 5 }

cwspReleaseRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 6 }

cwspReleaseComplRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 7 }

cwspRestartRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 8 }

cwspRestartAckRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 9 }

cwspStatusRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 10 }

cwspStatusEnqRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 11 }

cwspNotifyRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 12 }

cwspAlertRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 13 }

cwspProgressRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 14 }

cwspAddPtyRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 15 }

cwspAddPtyAckRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 16 }

cwspAddPtyRejRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 17 }

cwspDropPtyRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 18 }

cwspIncorrectMsgRcv

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 20 }

cwspTimerExpiries

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 21 }

cwspLastCause

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 22 }

cwspLastDiagnostic

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 23 }

cwspCallProcXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 24 }

cwspConnectXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 25 }

cwspConnectAckXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 26 }

cwspSetupXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 27 }

cwspReleaseXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 28 }

cwspReleaseComplXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 29 }

cwspRestartXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 30 }

cwspRestartAckXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 31 }

cwspStatusXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 32 }

cwspStatusEnqXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 33 }

cwspNotifyXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 34 }

cwspAlertXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 35 }

cwspProgressXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 36 }

cwspAddPtyXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 37 }

cwspAddPtyAckXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 38 }

cwspAddPtyRejXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 39 }

cwspDropPtyXmt

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 40 }

cwspSscopStatus

::= { cwspSigStatsEntry 42 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-43.

Table 5-43 Port Signaling Statistics Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspSigStatsTable

Sequence of CwspSigStatsEntry

Contains the signaling statistics counters.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspSigStatsEntry

CwspSigStatsEntry

Contains the entry that is used for signaling statistics.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains ifIndex.

none

cwspSigCounterReset

INTEGER { noop(1), -- none of following
reset(2) -- resetting}

Writes the value two to reset all the signaling counters.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

noop

cwspCallProcRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of CALL PROCEEDING messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnectRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of CONNECT messages that is received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnectAckRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of CONNECT ACK messages that is received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspSetupRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of SETUP messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspReleaseRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of RELEASE messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspReleaseComplRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of RELEASE COMPLETE messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspRestartRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of RESTART messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspRestartAckRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of RESTART ACK messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspStatusRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of STATUS messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspStatusEnqRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of STATUS ENQUIRY messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspNotifyRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of NOTIFY messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspAlertRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of ALERT messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspProgressRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of PROGRESS messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspAddPtyRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of ADD PARTY messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspAddPtyAckRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of ADD PARTY ACK messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspAddPtyRejRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of ADD PARTY REJECT messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspDropPtyRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of DROP PARTY messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspIncorrectMsgRcv

Counter32

Determines the number of INCORRECT messages received on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspTimerExpiries

Counter32

Determines the number of timeouts that occurred on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLastCause

Counter32

Indicates the last cause of the release or crankback.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspLastDiagnostic

Integer32

Indicates the last diagnostic of the release or crankback.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspCallProcXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of CALL PROCEEDING messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnectXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of CONNECT messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnectAckXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of CONNECT ACK messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspSetupXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of SETUP messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspReleaseXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of RELEASE messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspReleaseComplXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of RELEASE COMPLETE messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspRestartXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of RESTART messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspRestartAckXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of RESTART ACK messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspStatusXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of STATUS messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspStatusEnqXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of STATUS ENQUIRY messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspNotifyXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of NOTIFY messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspAlertXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of ALERT messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspProgressXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of PROGRESS messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspAddPtyXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of ADD PARTY messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspAddPtyAckXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of ADD PARTY ACK messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspAddPtyRejXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of ADD PARTY REJECT messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspDropPtyXmt

Counter32

Determines the number of DROP PARTY messages transmitted from this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspSscopStatus

INTEGER { up(1), -- sscop link is established
down(2) -- sscop link is tailed}

Specifies the Sscop link status on an NNI. This object is meaningful in conjunction with the ciscoWANSscopLinkChange trap.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Port Connection Data Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-44.

Table 5-44 Port Connection Data Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspConnTraceTable

::= { cwspConnTrace 4 }

cwspConnTraceEntry

::= { cwspConnTraceTable 1 }

cwspConnTraceDataIndex

::= { cwspConnTraceEntry 1 }

cwspConnTraceNodeId

::= { cwspConnTraceEntry 2 }

cwspConnTraceEgressPortId

::= { cwspConnTraceEntry 3 }

cwspConnTraceEgressVpi

::= { cwspConnTraceEntry 4 }

cwspConnTraceEgressVci

::= { cwspConnTraceEntry 5 }

cwspConnTraceEgressCallRef

::= { cwspConnTraceEntry 6 }

cwspConnTraceEgressPhyPortId

::= { cwspConnTraceEntry 7 }

cwspConnTraceLastNode

::= { cwspConnTraceEntry 8 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-45.

Table 5-45 Port Connection Data Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspConnTraceTable

Sequence of CwspConnTraceEntry

Contains the objects that show the traversed node information in the existing SVC call.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceEntry

CwspConnTraceEntry

Specifies the conceptual row of the cwspConnTraceTable that is used to return information about all the nodes. The table rows belong to the connection which the search criteria corresponds to an instance of the cwspConnTraceCntlTable.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The indexes are as follows:

cwspConnTraceIndex

cwspConnTraceDataIndex

none

cwspConnTraceDataIndex

Integer32

Specifies an unique entry in the cwspConnTraceTable along with the cwspConnTraceIndex.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceNodeId

PnniNodeId

Represents 22 bytes for the nodeId in the traced connection that is used for this octet string.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceEgressPortId

PnniPortId

Represents 4 bytes for the logical port ID of the traversed node that is used for this object.

When the value 0 is specified, the destination node for the trace is reached.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceEgressVpi

Integer32

Shows the egress port VPI value for the traced connection.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceEgressVci

Integer32

Shows the egress port VCI value for the traced connection.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceEgressCallRef

Integer32

Shows the egress port call reference.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceEgressPhyPortId

OCTET STRING (SIZE(8))

Shows the egress port physical port identifier for the traversed node. If this object is 0, which means the destination node for the traced connection has been reached, the meaning for the bytes are as follows:

1st byte—Defines the flag that is used by the CLI to decode the rest of bytes.

2nd byte—Defines the shelf.

3rd and 4th bytes—Defines the slot.

5th byte—Defines the subslot.

6th and 7th bytes—Defines the port.

8th byte—Defines the subport.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceLastNode

TruthValue

Indicates if the entry contains the information about the last node where the trace ends. If it is the last node, the value is either true(1) or false(2).

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Port Connection Trace Control Table

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-46.

Table 5-46 Port Connection Trace Control Table Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwspConnTraceCntlTable

::= { cwspConnTrace 3 }

cwspConnTraceCntlEntry

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlTable 1 }

cwspConnTraceIndex

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 1 }

cwspConnTraceifIndex

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 2 }

cwspConnTraceSrcVpi

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 3 }

cwspConnTraceSrcVci

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 4 }

cwspConnTraceType

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 5 }

cwspConnTraceCallRef

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 6 }

cwspConnTraceLeafRef

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 7 }

cwspConnTraceDestVpi

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 8 }

cwspConnTraceDestVci

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 9 }

cwspConnTraceDestCallRef

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 10 }

cwspConnTraceResultStatus

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 11 }

cwspConnTraceQueryStatus

::= { cwspConnTraceCntlEntry 12 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-47.

Table 5-47 Port Connection Trace Control Table MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwspConnTraceCntlTable

Sequence of CwspConnTraceCntlEntry

Contains the objects that control the creation of the connection trace for the existing SVC call.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceCntlEntry

CwspConnTraceCntlEntry

Controls the connection trace creation. The NMS must acquire the next available index to create a row. Also, NMS needs to provide all read-create objects in the same Protocol Data Unit (PDU) with RowStatus to be CreateAndGo.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

The index contains cwspConnTraceIndex.

none

cwspConnTraceIndex

Integer32 (1..2147483647)

Specifies the index to a row that contains a connection trace.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceifIndex

InterfaceIndex

Indicates the port to a trace connection for the ifIndex.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceSrcVpi

Integer32 (0..4095)

Shows the VPI value of the starting point on this interface.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceSrcVci

Integer32 (0..65535)

Shows the VCI value of the starting point on this interface. The value is in the range of 32 to 65535 (0=SPVP).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceType

INTEGER { p2p(1), p2mp(2) }

Sets this object to either point-to-point or point-to multipoint to specify tracing a point-to-point or point-to multipoint connection.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceCallRef

Integer32

Shows the call reference value of the call on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceLeafRef

Integer32 (0..65535)

Shows the value of the leaf reference (EndPointReference) of the call on this interface. This value is used to support the point-to-multipoint call trace. For the point-to-point call, this value is set to 0 by the NMS.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceDestVpi

Integer32

Shows the endpoint VPI value of the call on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceDestVci

Integer32

Shows the endpoint VCI value of the call on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceDestCallRef

Integer32

Shows the endpoint call reference on this interface.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceResultStatus

INTEGER {
traceInProgress(1),
traceCompleted(2),
traceIncompleted(3),
traceExceededLength(4),
traceContRefused(5),
traceLackResource(6)}

Shows the result of tracing the call. NMS can get a positive result for this attribute, for example, traceCompleted, before querying the cwspConnTraceTable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceQueryStatus

RowStatus

Manages rows in this table. However, only CreateAndGo, NotInService, Active, and Destroy are supported. NMS sets only the value to be CreateAndGo to startup the trace. To remove a row, NMS resets this value to Destroy. The managed device can either return Active or NotInService.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN SVC Conformance and Compliance Statements

The information on conformance is specific to SNMPv2. Table 5-48 lists the conformance groups.

Table 5-48 Cisco WAN SVC MIB Conformance Groups 

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoWANSvcMIBConformance

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIB 3 }

ciscoWANSvcMIBCompliances

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBConformance 1 }

ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBConformance 2 }


Cisco WAN SVC Compliance Statements

The compliance statement for the entities is used to support the CISCO SVC MIB. The following are the mandatory groups:

cwsInfoGrp

cwspConfigGrp

cwspCacConfigGrp

cwspCallStatsGrp

cwspSigStatsGrp

cwspCallGrp

cwspAbrCallGrp

cwspPrefixGrp

cwspLoadGrp

cwspAddressGrp

cwspConnTraceGrp

cwspOperationGrp

The object identifier used for ciscoWANSvcMIBCompliance is listed in Table 5-49.

Table 5-49 Cisco WAN SVC MIB Compliance Object Identifier

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoWANSvcMIBCompliance

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBCompliances 1 }


Table 5-50 describes the compliance groups.

Table 5-50 Cisco WAN SVC MIB Compliance Groups 

Name
Description

cwspSigConfigGrp

Specifies that the signaling configuration group is optional.

cwspSscopConfigGrp

Specifies that the Service Specific Connection Oriented Protocol (SSCOP) configuration group is optional.

cwspSscopStatsGrp

Specifies that the SSCOP statistics group is optional.

cwspRegAddressGrp

Specifies that the registered ATM address group is optional.

cwspRoutingGrp

Specifies that the PNNI routing group is optional.

cwspSpvcGrp

Specifies that the SPVC group is optional.

cwspSpvcNodePrefix

Specifies that write access is currently not permitted.

Max-Access: read-only

cwspMaxP2pCalls

Specifies that write access is currently not permitted.

Max-Access: read-only


Cisco WAN SVC Units of Conformance

The object identifier for each MIB object is listed in Table 5-51.

Table 5-51 Cisco WAN SVC MIB Units of Conformance Object Identifiers 

Name
Description

cwsInfoGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 1 }

cwspConfigGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 2 }

cwspCacConfigGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 3 }

cwspCallStatsGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 4 }

cwspSigStatsGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 5 }

cwspCallGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 6 }

cwspAbrCallGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 7 }

cwspPrefixGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 8 }

cwspLoadGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 9 }

cwspAddressGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 10 }

cwspSigConfigGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 11 }

cwspSscopConfigGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 12 }

cwspSscopStatsGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 13 }

cwspRegAddressGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 14 }

cwspRoutingGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 15 }

cwspConnTraceGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 16 }

cwspOperationGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 17 }

cwspSpvcGrp

::= { ciscoWANSvcMIBGroups 18 }


The objects are listed in Table 5-52.

Table 5-52 Cisco WAN SVC MIB Objects Used for Units of Conformance 

Name
Objects
Description
Default Value

cwsInfoGrp

cwsSwRevision,
cwsControllerStatus, cwspPnniStndbyController
Status,
cwspPnniControllerStatus,
cwspPnniControllerPhySlot

Describes a collection of objects that provides device level information.

Status: current

none

cwspConfigGrp

cwspAdminStatus,
cwspOperStatus,
cwspSvcBlocked,
cwspSpvcBlocked,
cwspIlmiAddrRegEnable,
cwspIlmiAutoConfEnable,
cwspIlmiServRegEnable,
cwspPhyIdentifier,
cwspSignallingVpi,
cwspSignallingVci,
cwspRoutingVpi,
cwspRoutingVci,
cwspMaxVpiBits,
cwspMaxVciBits,
cwspUniVersion,
cwspNniVersion,
cwspUniType,
cwspSide,
cwspMaxP2pCalls,
cwspMaxP2mpRoots,
cwspMaxP2mpLeafs,
cwspMinSvccVpi,
cwspMaxSvccVpi,
cwspMinSvccVci,
cwspMaxSvccVci,
cwspMinSvpcVpi,
cwspMaxSvpcVpi,
cwspEnhancedIisp,
cwspConfigTableRowStatus,
cwspAddrPlanSupported

Describes a collection of objects that provides information about the controller interface operation and associated parameters.

Status: current

none

cwspCacConfigGrp

cwspUtilFactorCbr,
cwspUtilFactorRtVbr,
cwspUtilFactorNrtVbr,
cwspUtilFactorAbr,
cwspUtilFactorUbr,
cwspMaxBwCbr,
cwspMaxBwRtVbr,
cwspMaxBwNrtVbr,
cwspMaxBwAbr,
cwspMaxBwUbr,
cwspMinBwCbr, cwspMinBwRtVbr,
cwspMinBwNrtVbr,
cwspMinBwAbr,
cwspMinBwUbr,
cwspMaxVcCbr,
cwspMaxVcRtVbr,
cwspMaxVcNrtVbr,
cwspMaxVcAbr,
cwspMaxVcUbr,
cwspMinVcCbr,
cwspMinVcRtVbr,
cwspMinVcNrtVbr,
cwspMinVcAbr,
cwspMinVcUbr,
cwspMaxVcBwCbr,
cwspMaxVcBwRtVbr,
cwspMaxVcBwNrtVbr,
cwspMaxVcBwAbr,
cwspMaxVcBwUbr,
cwspDefaultCdvtCbr,
cwspDefaultCdvtRtVbr,
cwspDefaultCdvtNrtVbr,
cwspDefaultCdvtAbr,
cwspDefaultCdvtUbr,
cwspDefaultMbsRtVbr,
cwspDefaultMbsNrtVbr

Describes a collection of objects that provides CAC information for an interface.

Status: current

none

cwspCallStatsGrp

cwspCountReset,
cwspInCallAttempts,
cwspInCallEstabs,
cwspInCallFailures,
cwspInFilterFailures,
cwspInRouteFailures,
cwspInResrcFailures,
cwspInTimerFailures,
cwspInCrankbacks,
cwspOutCallAttempts,
cwspOutCallEstabs,
cwspOutCallFailures,
cwspOutFilterFailures,
cwspOutRouteFailures,
cwspOutResrcFailures,
cwspOutTimerFailures,
cwspOutCrankbacks

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about call statistics of an interface.

Status: current

none

cwspSigStatsGrp

cwspSigCounterReset,
cwspCallProcRcv,
cwspConnectRcv,
cwspConnectAckRcv,
cwspSetupRcv,
cwspReleaseRcv,
cwspReleaseComplRcv,
cwspRestartRcv,
cwspRestartAckRcv,
cwspStatusRcv,
cwspStatusEnqRcv,
cwspNotifyRcv,
cwspAlertRcv,
cwspProgressRcv,
cwspAddPtyRcv,
cwspAddPtyAckRcv,
cwspAddPtyRejRcv,
cwspDropPtyRcv,
cwspIncorrectMsgRcv,
cwspTimerExpiries,
cwspLastCause,
cwspLastDiagnostic,
cwspCallProcXmt,
cwspConnectXmt,
cwspConnectAckXmt,
cwspSetupXmt,
cwspReleaseXmt,
cwspReleaseComplXmt,
cwspRestartXmt,
cwspRestartAckXmt,
cwspStatusXmt,
cwspStatusEnqXmt,
cwspNotifyXmt,
cwspAlertXmt,
cwspProgressXmt,
cwspAddPtyXmt,
cwspAddPtyAckXmt,
cwspAddPtyRejXmt,
cwspDropPtyXmt,
cwspSscopStatus

Describes a collection of objects that provides information about signaling statistics.

Status: current

none

cwspCallGrp

cwspCallCallRef,
cwspCallCallingAddress,
cwspCallCalledAddress,
cwspCallCallingSubAddr,
cwspCallCalledSubAddr,
cwspCallOtherIntfIndex,
cwspCallOtherIntfVpi,
cwspCallOtherIntfVci,
cwspCallOtherIntfCallRef,
cwspCallType,
cwspCallStartTime,
cwspCallBearerClass,
cwspCallServiceCategory,
cwspCallCastType,
cwspCallClipSusceptibility,
cwspCallFwdConformance,
cwspCallFwdPcr,
cwspCallFwdScr,
cwspCallFwdMbs,
cwspCallFwdCdvt,
cwspCallFwdFrameDiscard,
cwspCallBwdConformance,
cwspCallBwdPcr,
cwspCallBwdScr,
cwspCallBwdMbs,
cwspCallBwdCdvt,
cwspCallBwdFrameDiscard,
cwspCallMaxCtd,
cwspCallMaxFwdCdv,
cwspCallMaxFwdClr,
cwspCallMaxBwdCdv,
cwspCallMaxBwdClr

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about the point-to-point or point-to-multipoint SVC/SPVC calls. This object also provides information for the associated parameters.

Status: current

none

cwspAbrCallGrp

cwspAbrCallCallRef,
cwspAbrCallClgAddress,
cwspAbrCallCldAddress,
cwspAbrCallClgSubAddr,
cwspAbrCallCldSubAddr,
cwspAbrCallOtherIntfIndex,
cwspAbrCallOtherIntfVpi,
cwspAbrCallOtherIntfVci,
cwspAbrCallOtherIntfCallRef,
cwspAbrCallType,
cwspAbrCallStartTime,
cwspAbrCallBearerClass,
cwspAbrCallServiceCategory,
cwspAbrCallCastType,
cwspAbrCallClipSusceptibility,
cwspAbrCallFwdConformance,
cwspAbrCallFwdPcr,
cwspAbrCallFwdMcr,
cwspAbrCallFwdIcr,
cwspAbrCallFwdRif,
cwspAbrCallFwdRdf,
cwspAbrCallFwdTbe,
cwspAbrCallFwdNrm,
cwspAbrCallFwdTrm,
cwspAbrCallFwdAdtf,
cwspAbrCallFwdCdf,
cwspAbrCallFwdFrameDiscard,
cwspAbrCallBwdPcr,
cwspAbrCallBwdMcr,
cwspAbrCallBwdIcr,
cwspAbrCallBwdRif,
cwspAbrCallBwdRdf,
cwspAbrCallBwdTbe,
cwspAbrCallBwdNrm,
cwspAbrCallBwdTrm,
cwspAbrCallBwdAdtf,
cwspAbrCallBwdCdf,
cwspAbrCallBwdFrameDiscard,
cwspAbrCallFrtt,
cwspAbrCallMaxCtd,
cwspAbrCallMaxFwdCdv,
cwspAbrCallMaxFwdClr,
cwspAbrCallMaxBwdCdv,
cwspAbrCallMaxBwdClr

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about ABR calls and associated parameters of an interface.

Status: current

none

cwspPrefixGrp

cwspPrefixRowStatus

Specifies the network prefix(es) that are used for the ILMI address registration.

Status: current

none

cwspLoadGrp

cwspLoadBwTotal,
cwspLoadMaxBwCbr,
cwspLoadMaxBwRtVbr,
cwspLoadMaxBwNrtVbr,
cwspLoadMaxBwAbr,
cwspLoadMaxBwUbr,
cwspLoadBwAvail,
cwspLoadAvlBwCbr,
cwspLoadAvlBwRtVbr,
cwspLoadAvlBwNrtVbr,
cwspLoadAvlBwAbr,
cwspLoadAvlBwUbr,
cwspLoadVcAvail,
cwspLoadAvlVcCbr,
cwspLoadAvlVcRtVbr,
cwspLoadAvlVcNrtVbr,
cwspLoadAvlVcAbr,
cwspLoadAvlVcUbr, cwspLoadCtdCbr,
cwspLoadCtdRtVbr,
cwspLoadCtdNrtVbr,
cwspLoadCtdAbr,
cwspLoadCtdUbr,
cwspLoadCdvCbr,
cwspLoadCdvRtVbr,
cwspLoadCdvNrtVbr,
cwspLoadCdvAbr,
cwspLoadCdvUbr,
cwspLoadClr0Cbr,
cwspLoadClr0RtVbr,
cwspLoadClr0NrtVbr,
cwspLoadClr0Abr,
cwspLoadClr0Ubr,
cwspLoadClr01Cbr,
cwspLoadClr01RtVbr,
cwspLoadClr01NrtVbr,
cwspLoadClr01Abr,
cwspLoadClr01Ubr,
cwspLoadMinGurCrCbr,
cwspLoadMinGurCrRtVbr,
cwspLoadMinGurCrNrtVbr,
cwspLoadMinGurCrAbr,
cwspLoadMinGurCrUbr

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about load information and associated parameters of an interface.

Status: current

none

cwspAddressGrp

cwspAddrType,
cwspAddrProto,
cwspAddrPlan,
cwspAddrScope,
cwspAddrRedistribute,
cwspAddressRowStatus

Determines collection of objects that provides information about ATM End System Addresses.

Status: current

none

cwspSigConfigGrp

cwspSigCfgT301,
cwspSigCfgT303,
cwspSigCfgT308,
cwspSigCfgT310,
cwspSigCfgT316,
cwspSigCfgT317,
cwspSigCfgT322,
cwspSigCfgT397,
cwspSigCfgT398,
cwspSigCfgT399

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about the signaling configuration and associated parameters.

Status: current

none

cwspSscopConfigGrp

cwspSscopTmrCC,
cwspSscopTmrKeepAlive,
cwspSscopTmrNoResp,
cwspSscopTmrPoll,
cwspSscopTmtIdle,
cwspSscopMaxCC,
cwspSscopMaxPD,
cwspSscopMaxSTAT

Determines a collection of objects about the SSCOP configuration and associated parameters.

Status: current

none

cwspSscopStatsGrp

cwspSscopCounterReset,
cwspSscopIgnoredPduRcv,
cwspSscopBgnRcv,
cwspSscopBgakRcv,
cwspSscopEndRcv,
cwspSscopEndakRcv,
cwspSscopRsRcv,
cwspSscopRsakRcv,
cwspSscopBgrejRcv,
cwspSscopSdRcv,
cwspSscopSdpRcv,
cwspSscopPollRcv,
cwspSscopStatRcv,
cwspSscopUstatRcv,
cwspSscopUdRcv,
cwspSscopMdRcv,
cwspSscopErakRcv,
cwspSscopBgnXmt,
cwspSscopBgakXmt,
cwspSscopEndXmt, cwspSscopEndakXmt,
cwspSscopRsXmt,
cwspSscopRsakXmt,
cwspSscopBgrejXmt,
cwspSscopSdXmt,
cwspSscopSdpXmt,
cwspSscopPollXmt,
cwspSscopStatXmt,
cwspSscopUstatXmt,
cwspSscopUdXmt,
cwspSscopMdXmt,
cwspSscopErakXmt

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about the SSCOP statistics.

Status: current

none

cwspRegAddressGrp

cwspRegAtmAddress,
cwspRegAddressOrgSscope

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about the registered ATM address.

Status: current

none

cwspRoutingGrp

ciscoWANPnniLinkStatus,
ciscoWANPnniPglStatus,
ciscoWANPnniReachability,
ciscoWANPnniRemoteNodeId,
ciscoWANPnniPortId

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about the PNNI topology.

Status: current

none

cwspConnTraceGrp

cwspConnTraceAvail,
cwspConnTraceNextIndex,
cwspConnTraceifIndex,
cwspConnTraceSrcVpi,
cwspConnTraceSrcVci,
cwspConnTraceType,
cwspConnTraceCallRef,
cwspConnTraceLeafRef,
cwspConnTraceDestVpi,
cwspConnTraceDestVci,
cwspConnTraceDestCallRef,
cwspConnTraceResultStatus,
cwspConnTraceQueryStatus,
cwspConnTraceNodeId,
cwspConnTraceEgressPortId,
cwspConnTraceEgressVpi,
cwspConnTraceEgressVci,
cwspConnTraceEgressCallRef,
cwspConnTraceEgressPhyPortId
cwspConnTraceLastNode

Determines the value is true if this entry is the last node. If this entry is not the last node, the value is false.

Status: current

none

cwspOperationGrp

cwspOperIlmiEnable,
cwspOperIfcType,
cwspOperIfcSide,
cwspOperMaxVPCs,
cwspOperMaxVCCs,
cwspOperMaxVpiBits,
cwspOperMaxVciBits,
cwspOperUniType,
cwspOperUniVersion,
cwspOperDeviceType,
cwspOperIlmiVersion,
cwspOperNniSigVersion,
cwspOperMaxSvpcVpi,
cwspOperMinSvpcVpi,
cwspOperMaxSvccVpi,
cwspOperMinSvccVpi,
cwspOperMaxSvccVci,
cwspOperMinSvccVci,
cwspOperFailReason,
cwspOperAddrPlanSupported,
cwspIlmiSecureLink,
cwspIlmiAttachmentPoint,
cwspIlmiLocalAttrStd,
cwspIlmiUCSMEnable

Determines a collection of objects that provides information about the runtime negotiated values between the platform, PNNI controller, and peer on an interface.

Status: current

none

cwspSpvcGrp

ciscoWANSpvcFailReason,
cwspSpvcNodePrefix

Determines a collection of objects that provides SPVC related information in the PNNI controller.

Status: current

none


Cisco Network Time Protocol

This section describes the individual MIB objects that comprise the Cisco NTP MIB file. The Cisco NTP MIB resides in the CISCO-NTP-MIB.my file.

The Cisco Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize timekeeping among a set of distributed time servers and clients. The service model is based on a returnable-time design that depends only on measured clock offsets, but does not require reliable message delivery. The synchronization subnet uses a self-organized, hierarchical master-slave configuration with synchronization paths, which are determined by a minimum-weight spanning tree. While multiple masters, for example, primary servers, can exist, there are no requirements for an election protocol.

NTP is designed to produce the following three products:

Clock offset—Represents the amount to adjust the local clock to bring it into correspondence with the reference clock.

Round trip delay—Provides the capability to launch a message to arrive at the reference clock at a specified time.

Dispersion—Represents the maximum error of the local clock that is relative to the reference clock

Since most host time servers can synchronize through another peer time server, the two components for each of the three products are determined by the peer relative to the primary reference source of standard time and by the host relative to the peer. Information included in the NTP message allows the client to determine the server time with respect to local time and adjust the local clock accordingly.

The Cisco NTP groups include:

Cisco Network Time Protocol System Group

Cisco Network Time Protocol Peers Group

Cisco Network Time Protocol System Group

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco NTP System Group are listed in Table 5-53.

Table 5-53 Cisco Network Time Protocol System Group Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cntpSysLeap

::= { cntpSystem 1 }

cntpSysStratum

::= { cntpSystem 2 }

cntpSysPrecision

::= { cntpSystem 3 }

cntpSysRootDelay

::= { cntpSy stem 4 }

cntpSysRootDispersion

::= { cntpSystem 5 }

cntpSysRefId

::= { cntpSystem 6 }

cntpSysRefTime

::= { cntpSystem 7 }

cntpSysPoll

::= { cntpSystem 8 }

cntpSysPeer

::= { cntpSystem 9 }

cntpSysClock

::= { cntpSystem 10 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-54.

Table 5-54 Cisco Network Time Protocol System Group MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cntpSysLeap

NTPLeapIndicator

Specifies a two-bit code warning of an impending leap second to be inserted in the NTP timescale. The cntpSysleap object is set only when the cntpSysStratum object has a value of 1.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

none

cntpSysStratum

NTPStratum

Determines the stratum of the local clock. If the value is set to 1, for example, a primary reference, the Primary-Clock procedure described in RFC 1305 is invoked.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

none

cntpSysPrecision

Integer32 (-20..20)

Indicates the signed integer of the precision of the system clock, in seconds to the nearest power of two. The value must be rounded to the next larger power of two, for example, a 50-Hz (20 ms) or 60-Hz (16.67 ms) power-frequency clock is assigned the value -5 (31.25 ms), while a 1000-Hz (1 ms) crystal-controlled clock is assigned the value -9 (1.95 ms).

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpSysRootDelay

NTPSignedTimeValue

Indicates a signed fixed-point number for the total round-trip delay in seconds to the primary reference source at the root of the synchronization subnet. For more information, refer to RFC 1305.

Units: seconds

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpSysRootDispersion

NTPUnsignedTimeValue

Determines the maximum error in seconds that is relative to the primary reference source at the root of the synchronization subnet. Only positive values greater than zero are possible. For more information, refer to RFC 1305

Units: sec

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpSysRefId

NTPRefId

Determines the reference identifier of the local clock.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpSysRefTime

NTPTimeStamp

Specifies the local time when the local clock was last updated. If the local clock was never synchronized, the value is 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpSysPoll

NTPPollInterval

Specifies the interval where the NTP server polls other NTP servers to synchronize the clock.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpSysPeer

NTPAssocIdentifier

Specifies the current synchronization source that contains the unique association identifier cntpPeersAssocId of the corresponding peer entry in the cntpPeersVarTable of the peer acting as the synchronization source. If there is no peer, the value is 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpSysClock

NTPTimeStamp

Determines the current local time. Depending on the design used, the local time is derived from the hardware clock of the particular machine and increments at intervals.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Cisco Network Time Protocol Peers Group

The object identifiers that are used for the Peers Group are listed in Table 5-55.

Table 5-55 Cisco Network Time Protocol Peers Group Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cntpPeersVarTable

::= { cntpPeers 1 }

cntpPeersVarEntry

::= { cntpPeersVarTable 1 }

cntpPeersAssocId

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 1 }

cntpPeersConfigured

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 2 }

cntpPeersPeerAddress

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 3 }

cntpPeersPeerPort

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 4 }

cntpPeersHostAddress

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 5 }

cntpPeersHostPort

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 6 }

cntpPeersLeap

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 7 }

cntpPeersMode

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 8 }

cntpPeersStratum

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 9 }

cntpPeersPeerPoll

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 10 }

cntpPeersHostPoll

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 11 }

cntpPeersPrecision

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 12 }

cntpPeersRootDelay

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 13 }

cntpPeersRootDispersion

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 14 }

cntpPeersRefId

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 15 }

cntpPeersRefTime

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 16 }

cntpPeersOrgTime

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 17}

cntpPeersReceiveTime

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 18}

cntpPeersTransmitTime

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 19}

cntpPeersUpdateTime

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 20}

cntpPeersReach

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 21 }

cntpPeersTimer

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 22 }

cntpPeersOffset

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 23 }

cntpPeersDelay

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 24 }

cntpPeersDispersion

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 25 }

cntpPeersFilterValidEntries

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 26 }

cntpPeersEntryStatus

::= { cntpPeersVarEntry 26 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-56.

Table 5-56 Cisco Network Time Protocol Peers Group MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cntpPeersVarTable

SEQUENCE OF CntpPeersVarEntry

Provides information on the peers for the associated local NTP server. The peers are also NTP servers but running on different hosts.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cntpPeersVarEntry

CntpPeersVarEntry

Specifies that each peers entry provides NTP information retrieved from a particular peer NTP server. Each peer is identified by a unique association identifier.

Entries are automatically created when the user configures the NTP server to be associated with remote peers. Similar entries are deleted when the user removes the peer association from the NTP server.

Entries are also created by the management station by setting values for the following objects:

cntpPeersPeerAddress

cntpPeersHostAddress

cntpPeersMode

cntpPeersEntryStatus equals to active(1).

At the least, the management station must set a value for the cntpPeersPeerAddress object to make the row active.

The index is cntpPeersAssocId.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cntpPeersAssocId

NTPAssocIdentifier

Specifies an integer value greater than 0 that uniquely identifies a peer for the associated local NTP server.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cntpPeersConfigured

TruthValue

Indicates a bit where the association was created from configured information and should not be deassociated even if the peer becomes unreachable.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersPeerAddress

IpAddress

Specifies the IP address of the peer. When creating a new association, a value for this object is set before the row is made active.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cntpPeersPeerPort

Integer32 (1..65535)

Specifies the UDP port number where the peer receives NTP messages.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersHostAddress

IpAddress

Specifies the IP address of the local host. Multi-homing is supported using the cntpPeersHostAddress object.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cntpPeersHostPort

Integer32 (1..65535)

Specifies the UDP port number where the local host receives NTP messages.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersLeap

NTPLeapIndicator

Specifies the two-bit code warning of an impending leap second that is inserted in the NTP timescale of the peer.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersMode

INTEGER { unspecified (0),
symmetricActive (1),
symmetricPassive (2),
client (3),
server(4),
broadcast (5),
reservedControl (6),
reservedPrivate (7) }

Specifies the values for the association mode of the NTP server. When creating a new peer association, if no value is specified for this object, it defaults to value symmetricActive(1).

For more information, refer to RFC 1305.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

The following are the values:

none

Value
Mode
Description

0

unspecified

not applicable

1

symmetric active

Specifies that a host operating in this mode sends periodic messages regardless of the reachability state or stratum of its peer. By operating in this mode, the host announces its willingness to synchronize and be synchronized by the peer

cntpPeersMode

 

2

symmetric passive

Specifies that this type of association is ordinarily created upon arrival of a message from a peer operating in the symmetric active mode, and persists only as long as the peer is reachable and operating at a stratum level less than or equal to the host. Otherwise, the association is dissolved. However, the association persists until at least one message has been sent in reply. By operating in this mode, the host announces its willingness to synchronize and be synchronized by the peer.

3

client

Specifies that a host operating in this mode sends periodic messages regardless of the reachability state or stratum of its peer. By operating in this mode, the host, which is usually a LAN workstation, announces its willingness to be synchronized by, but not to synchronize the peer.

4

server

Specifies that this type of association is ordinarily created upon arrival of a client request message and exists only to reply to that request, after which the association is dissolved. By operating in this mode, the host, which is usually a LAN time server, announces its willingness to synchronize, but not to be synchronized by the peer.

5

broadcast

Specifies that a host operating in this mode sends periodic messages regardless of the reachability state or stratum of the peers. By operating in this mode, the host, which is usually a LAN time server operating on a high-speed broadcast medium, announces its willingness to synchronize all of the peers, but not to be synchronized by any of them.

6

N/A

Reserved for NTP control messages.

7

N/A

Reserved for private use.

cntpPeersStratum

NTPStratum

Specifies the stratum of the peer clock.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersPeerPoll

NTPPollInterval

Specifies the interval where the peer polls the local host.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersHostPoll

NTPPollInterval

Specifies the interval where the local host polls the peer.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersPrecision

Integer32 (-20..20)

Specifies the signed integer that indicates the precision of the peer clock in seconds to the nearest power of two. The value must be rounded to the next larger power of two, for example, a 50-Hz (20 ms) or 60-Hz (16.67 ms) power-frequency clock is assigned the value -5 (31.25 ms), and a 1000-Hz (1 ms) crystal-controlled clock is assigned the value -9
(1.95 ms).

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersRootDelay

NTPSignedTimeValue

Specifies a signed fixed-point number indicating the total round-trip delay in seconds, from the peer to the primary reference source at the root of the synchronization subnet.

Units: sec

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersRootDispersion

NTPUnsignedTimeValue

Specifies the maximum error in seconds for the peer clock relative to the primary reference source at the root of the synchronization subnet. Only positive values greater than zero are possible.

Units: sec

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersRefId

NTPRefId

Determines the reference identifier of the peer.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersRefTime

NTPTimeStamp

The local time at the peer when its clock was last updated. If the peer clock has never been synchronized, the value is 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersOrgTime

NTPTimeStamp

Determines the local time for the peer when the latest NTP message is sent. If the peer becomes unreachable, the value is set to 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersReceiveTime

NTPTimeStamp

Determines the local time when the latest NTP message from the peer arrived. If the peer becomes unreachable, the value is set to 0.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersTransmitTime

NTPTimeStamp

Determines the local time when the NTP message departs the sender.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersUpdateTime

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the local time when the most recent NTP message is received from the peer that is used to calculate the skew dispersion. The NTP message represents only the 32-bit integer part of the NTPTimestamp.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersReach

Integer32 (0..255)

Specifies a shift register is used to determine the reachability status of the peer that has bits entering from the least significant (rightmost) end. A peer is considered reachable if at least one bit in this register is set to one, for example, if the value of the cntpPeersReach object is nonzero.

The data in the shift register would be populated by the NTP protocol procedures.

For more information, refer to RFC 1305.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersTimer

Integer32 (0..2147483647)

Determines the interval in seconds between transmitted NTP messages from the local host to the peer.

For more information, refer to RFC 1305.

Units: sec

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersOffset

NTPSignedTimeValue

Specifies the estimated offset of the peer clock that is relative to the local clock in seconds. The host determines the value of the cntpPeersOffset object by using the NTP clock-filter algorithm.

For more information, refer to RFC 1305.

Units: sec

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersDelay

NTPSignedTimeValue

Specifies the estimated round-trip delay of the peer clock that is relative to the local clock over the network path between them in seconds. The host determines the value of the cntpPeersDelay object by using the NTP clock-filter algorithm.

For more information, refer to RFC 1305.

Units: sec

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersDispersion

NTPUnsignedTimeValue

Specifies the estimated maximum error of the peer clock that is relative to the local clock over the network path between them in seconds. The host determines the value of the cntpPeersDispersion object using the NTP clock-filter algorithm.

For more information, refer to RFC 1305.

Units: sec

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersFilterValid
Entries

Gauge32

Determines the number of valid entries for a peer in the Filter Register Table. Since, the Filter Register Table is optional, the cntpPeersFilterValidEntries object is set to a value of 0 if the Filter Register Table is not implemented.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cntpPeersEntryStatus

RowStatus

Specifies the status object for this row. When a management station is creating a new row, it sets the value for the cntpPeersPeerAddress object before the row is made active(1).

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Cisco Network Time Protocol Conformance Information

The object identifiers are listed in Table 5-57 for conformance.

Table 5-57 Cisco Network Time Protocol Conformance Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoNtpMIBConformance

::= { ciscoNtpMIB 3 }

ciscoNtpMIBCompliances

::= { ciscoNtpMIBConformance 1 }

ciscoNtpMIBGroups

::= { ciscoNtpMIBConformance 2 }


Cisco Network Time Protocol Compliance

One object identifier is listed in Table 5-58 for compliance.

Table 5-58 Cisco Network Time Protocol Compliance Object Identifier 

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoNtpMIBCompliance

::= { ciscoNtpMIBCompliances 1 }


One MIB object is listed in Table 5-59.

Table 5-59 Cisco Network Time Protocol Used for Compliance 

Name
Mandatory Groups
Description
Default Value

ciscoNtpMIB
Compliance

ciscoNtpSysGroup,
ciscoNtpPeersGroup

Describes the compliance statement for Cisco agents that implement the Cisco NTP MIB.

Status: current

none


Cisco Network Time Protocol Units of Conformance

The object identifiers are listed in Table 5-60 for units of conformance.

Table 5-60 Cisco Network Time Protocol Units of Conformance Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoNtpSysGroup

::= { ciscoNtpMIBGroups 1 }

ciscoNtpPeersGroup

::= { ciscoNtpMIBGroups 2 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-61.

Table 5-61 Cisco Network Time Protocol Used for Units of Conformance 

Name
Objects
Description
Default Value

ciscoNtpSysGroup

cntpSysLeap,
cntpSysStratum,
cntpSysPrecision,
cntpSysRootDelay,
cntpSysRootDispersion,
cntpSysRefId,
cntpSysRefTime,
cntpSysPoll,
cntpSysPeer,
cntpSysClock

Specifies the NTP system variables.

Status: current

none

ciscoNtpPeersGroup

cntpPeersConfigured,
cntpPeersPeerAddress,
cntpPeersPeerPort,
cntpPeersHostAddress,
cntpPeersHostPort,
cntpPeersLeap,
cntpPeersMode,
cntpPeersStratum,
cntpPeersPeerPoll,
cntpPeersHostPoll,
cntpPeersPrecision,
cntpPeersRootDelay,
cntpPeersRootDispersion,
cntpPeersRefId,
cntpPeersRefTime,
cntpPeersOrgTime,
cntpPeersReceiveTime,
cntpPeersTransmitTime,
cntpPeersUpdateTime,
cntpPeersReach,
cntpPeersTimer,
cntpPeersOffset,
cntpPeersDelay,
cntpPeersDispersion,
cntpPeersFilterValidEntries,
cntpPeersEntryStatus

Specifies the NTP peer variables

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Topology

This section describes the individual MIB objects that comprise the Cisco WAN Topology MIB file. The Cisco WAN Topology MIB resides in the CISCO-WAN-TOPOLOGY.my file.

A management station uses the Cisco WAN Topology MIB module to maintain persistent topology information of the PNNI network. Previously, a management station had to query the network to retrieve the network topology through an integrated local management interface (ILMI) link.


Note The nodes that are down or the nodes where ILMI-enabled l inks are down are included in the topology.


The following are the requirements for persistent topology:

Specifies a node that is configured to be the gateway node.


Note A gateway node is capable of maintaining a persistent topology database that is based on the PNNI topology state elements (PTSEs), which is sent by the other nodes in the PNNI peer group.


Specifies PNNI links between the nodes.

Specifies a node and feeder database.

The topology database is persistent across reboots.

A feeder is defined as an ATM switch that does not have PNNI, and is connected to a node through a physical link. When a feeder and a link are provisioned, the feeder updates the routing node with the applicable information, for example, feeder name, feeder port ifIndex, and so forth. The routing node groups the feeder information along with their own information, for example, node identifier, feeder port information, and so forth, and sends it to other nodes in the peer group in the PTSE. Upon receiving the PTSE, each node updates the database. The same actions are repeated when some information are modified on the feeder. A network management station retrieves the information from a gateway node database. If a feeder fails, feeder routing node fails, or a feeder is removed from the network, the feeder's corresponding entry in the database cannot be removed. The only way to remove an entry from the database is for the network management station to delete the entry explicitly.

Each node and feeder in a peer group has its own entry in the database.

The following are the requirements for the nodal information for each node in the peer group that is stored in the persistent topology database:

Node ID

Node name

Primary IP address

Secondary IP address

System object identifier (OID)

Gateway node flag


Note A flag indicates whether the node is configured to be a gateway node


The following are the requirements for the feeder information for each feeder in the peer group that is stored in the persistent topology database:

Routing node ID (local node ID).

A local port ifIndex that identifies the port that he feeder is connected to on the routing node.

The feeder shelf, slot, and port number that identifies the port on the feeder itself.

Protocol type that is used on the link.

Name of the feeder.

LAN IP address of the feeder.

ATM IP address of the feeder.

Model number of the feeder that identifies the type of the feeder.

The concept of peer groups is defined by PNNI. Each peer group contains at least one node. The persistent topology database contains only nodal information for the nodes in a particular peer group. The gateway nodes extract the nodal information from PNNI PTSEs, and the PTSEs are flooded only within a peer group.

The persistent topology database is used by a management station to discover the topology of the network irrespective of the state and reachability of the nodes in that network.

The information in the topology database cannot be automatically deleted. The information is deleted only by the network operator as an administrative measure. To ensure if a node is down, the information is still in the topology database until it is deleted by the network operator.

The Cisco WAN Topology groups include:

Cisco WAN Topology System Group

Cisco WAN Topology Nodal Information Group

Cisco WAN Topology Feeder Information Group

Cisco WAN Topology System Group

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco WAN Topology System Group are listed in Table 5-62.

Table 5-62 Cisco WAN Topology System Group Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwtGatewayAdminStatus

::= { cwtSystemGroup 1 }

cwtGatewayNodeOperStatus

::= { cwtSystemGroup 2 }

cwtDBLastChange

::= { cwtSystemGroup 3 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-63.

Table 5-63 Cisco WAN Topology System Group MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwtGatewayAdminStatus

INTEGER {
disable(1),
enable(2)
}

Specifies that the value of this object determines whether this node is a gateway node or not. A value of enable configures this node to be the gateway node, and enables the topology database to be generated. A value of disable configures this node to not be a gateway node, and deletes the topology database if it exists.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

disable

cwtGatewayNodeOper
Status

INTEGER {
disabled(1),
enabled(2),
disabling(3),
enabling(4),
enabledAndFull(5)
}

Specifies the operational status of the gateway node. The value disabled indicates that the node is not a Gateway Node and no topology database is available on this node.

The value enabled indicates that the node is configured as the gateway node and the topology database is built.

none

cwtGatewayNodeOper
Status

 

The value disabling indicates that the node is no longer the gateway node and is in the process of deleting the topology database.

The value enabling indicates that the node is configured as the Gateway Node and is in the process of building the topology database.

The value enabledAndFull indicates that the node is configured as the gateway node but the topology database is full.

The management station should always poll this object first before taking action to do the following:

Enable or disable the gateway node.

Remove an entry or entries from the cwtNodeInfoTable and the corresponding entries from the cwtFeederInfoTable.

If the object returns a value disabled, the management station can enable the gateway node if it desires.

If the object returns a value enabled, the management station can disable the gateway node if it desires.

If the object returns either enabling or disabling, the management station should not take any actions.

If the object returns a value enabledAndFull, the management station can take one of the following actions:

Remove entries from the cwtNodeInfoTable.

Disable and then enable the gateway node that will cause the node to delete and then rebuild the topology database.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

 

cwtDBLastChange

TimeStamp

Specifies the following values of the MIB II sysUpTime object:

The topology database is last changed on this node.

The cwtGatewayAdminStatus is last changed.

The cwtGatewayNodeOperStatus enters the enabledAndFull state.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Topology Nodal Information Group

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco WAN Topology Nodal Group are listed in Table 5-64.

Table 5-64 Cisco WAN Topology Nodal Information Group Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwtNodeInfoTable

::= { cwtNodalInfoGroup 1 }

cwtNodeInfoEntry

::= { cwtNodeInfoTable 1 }

cwtIndex

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 1 }

cwtGatewayNodeFlag

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 2 }

cwtNodeId

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 3 }

cwtNodeName

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 4}

cwtPrimIPIfType

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 5}

cwtPrimIPIfName

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 6}

cwtPrimIPAddrType

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 7}

cwtPrimIP

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 8}

cwtSecIPIfType

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 9}

cwtSecIPIfName

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 10}

cwtSecIPAddrType

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 11}

cwtSecIP

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 12}

cwtSysObjId

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 13}

cwtNodeInfoTimeOutFlag

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 14}

cwtRowStatus

::= { cwtNodeInfoEntry 15}


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-65.

Table 5-65 Cisco WAN Topology Nodal Information Group MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwtNodeInfoTable

SEQUENCE OF CwtNodeInfoEntry

Maintains the management station that is used for the table of node topology information. The cwtNodeInfoTable contains the information for the nodes in the peer group.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwtNodeInfoEntry

CwtNodeInfoEntry

Specifies the row entry in the topology node information table. Each entry corresponds to one node in the network.

The index is cwtIndex.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwtIndex

CwtNodeInfoTableIndex

Specifies the index into the topology database array. The value can remain persistent while the topology database exists, which means that it is consistent across boots. However, if the node is disabled as the gateway node, and later on enabled, for example, by changing the value cwtGatewayAdminStatus, the cwtIndex is different for the same node information entry in the topology database.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwtGatewayNode
Flag

TruthValue

Indicates if the corresponding entry is a gateway node or not. If the value is true, the corresponding node is a gateway node. If the value is false, the corresponding node is not a gateway node.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtNodeId

PnniNodeId

Identifies the node in the entry for the unique ID. The value is different from the cwtIndex because it is a unique number, which identifies a node in the ATM network. The cwtIndex is an index for an entry in the topology database. The same physical node can have a different cwtIndex for different topology databases.

Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.3.3.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtNodeName

SnmpAdminString

Configures the name of the node.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtPrimIPIfType

IANAifType

Specifies the type of interface for the associated instance of cwtPrimIP.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtPrimIPIfName

SnmpAdminString

Specifies the name of the interface for the associated instance of cwtPrimIP.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtPrimIPAddrType

InetAddressType

Specifies the type of address that is contained in the associated instance of cwtPrimIP.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtPrimIP

InetAddress

Determines the primary IP address of the corresponding node. The value is taken from the PNNI Nodal PTSE. The primary IP address is used by the network management system (NMS) to manage the switch. The type of interface, for example, ATM interface, LAN interface, and so forth for this IP address, is specified by cwtPrimIPIfType. The NMS uses the IP address first, but if it can not connect to the switch on this address, then it tries to contact the switch by using the secondary IP address instead.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtSecIPIfType

IANAifType

Specifies the type of interface for the associated instance of cwtSecIP.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtSecIPIfName

SnmpAdminString

Specifies the name of the interface for the associated instance of cwtSecIP.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtSecIPAddrType

InetAddressType

Specifies the type of address that is contained in the associated instance of cwtSecIP.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtSecIP

InetAddress

Specifies the secondary IP address of the corresponding node. The value is taken from the PNNI Nodal PTSE. The value is used by the NMS to manage the switch.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtSysObjId

OBJECT IDENTIFIER

Contains the sysObjectID of the node that is used to identify different hardware platforms. The actual values are defined in the CISCO-PRODUCTS-MIB.my file. For more information, refer to RFC 1907.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtNodeInfoTime
OutFlag

TruthValue

Indicates if the PTSE of this node is currently contained in the PNNI PTSE database. The nodal information in the persistent topology database is derived from the PTSEs in the PNNI PTSE database. If no new PTSE is received from a node after a certain time, the entries in the PNNI PTSE database times out. If that happens, the cwtNodeInfoTimeOutFlag object is set to false. The cwtNodeInfoTimeOutFlag object allows the NMS to determine whether the node currently has connectivity with the rest of the network.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwtRowStatus

RowStatus

Supports values active, createAndGo, and destroy. The value of the variable is set to active by the managed system for each valid entry. If a management station wants to delete an entry from the database, the value is set to destroy. If a management station wants to create a new entry, the value is set to createAndGo.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Topology Feeder Information Group

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco WAN Topology Feeder Information Group are listed in Table 5-66.

Table 5-66 Cisco WAN Topology Feeder Information Group Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwtFeederInfoTable

::= { cwtFeederInfoGroup 1 }

cwtFeederInfoEntry

::= { cwtFeederInfoTable 1 }

cwtFeederIndex

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 1 }

cwtLocalNodeId

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 2 }

cwtLocalIfIndex

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 3}

cwtLocalIfName

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 4 }

cwtFeederShelf

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 5}

cwtFeederSlot

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 6}

cwtFeederPort

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 7}

cwtFeederLMIType

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 8}

cwtFeederType

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 9}

cwtFeederName

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 10}

cwtFeederLanIPAddrType

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 11}

cwtFeederLanIP

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 12}

cwtFeederAtmIPAddrType

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 13}

cwtFeederAtmIP

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 14}

cwtFeederModelNumber

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 15}

cwtFeederRowStatus

::= { cwtFeederInfoEntry 16}


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-67.

Table 5-67 Cisco WAN Topology Feeder Information Group MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwtFeederInfoTable

SEQUENCE OF CwtFeederInfoEntry

Maintains the management station for the table feeder information. The feeder table contains the information for the feeders in this peer group.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwtFeederInfoEntry

CwtFeederInfoEntry

Specifies a row entry in the feeder information table. Each entry corresponds to one feeder in the network.

The index is cwtFeederIndex.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwtFeederIndex

Integer32

Specifies the index for the feeder database array. The value remains persistent while the feeder database exists, which means that it is consistent across boots. However, if the node is disabled as the gateway node, and later on enabled, the cwtFeederIndex is different for the same feeder information entry in the feeder database.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwtLocalNodeId

PnniNodeId

Specifies the unique ID that identifies the node for the attached feeder.

Refer to ATM Forum PNNI 1.0, Section 5.3.3.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtLocalIfIndex

InterfaceIndex

Contains the ifIndex of the local port for the connected feeder.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtLocalIfName

SnmpAdminString

Specifies the textual name of the interface of the local port for the connected feeder. The same ifName is associated with the cwtLocalIfIndex.

If the interface does not have a textual name, the value of the cwtLocalIFName object is a zero length string.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederShelf

Integer32 (1..100)

Contains the physical shelf number of the feeder module.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederSlot

Integer32 (1..256)

Contains the physical slot number of the feeder module.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederPort

Integer32 (1..1024)

Contains the physical port number of the feeder module.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederLMIType

INTEGER {
feeder(1),
xLMI(2)
}

Identifies the link type.

The following are the parameter definitions:

feeder(1)— Specifies that feeder(1) is applicable when cwtFeederType contains a value other than fdrNON(12).

xLMI(2)—Specifies that xLMI1 (2) is applicable only when cwtFeederType contains a value of fdrNON(12).

Both feeder(1) and xLMI(2) are Cisco proprietary interfaces. xLMI stands for 'extended local management interface.

none

cwtFeederType

INTEGER {
fdrIPX(1),
fdrBPX(2),
fdrIpxAF(3),
fdrBASIS(4),
fdrUNKNOWN(5),
fdrUNI(6),
fdrAPS(7),
fdrIGX(8),
fdrIgxAF(9),
fdrVSI(10),
fdrPAR(11),
fdrNON(12)
}

For a variable and value definitions, see "Cisco Enterprise MIB Objects" of the Cisco WAN Feeder section under the cwtFeederType object.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederName

SnmpAdminString

Configures the name of the feeder.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederLanIP
AddrType

InetAddressType

Specifies the type of address that is contained in the associated instance of cwtFeederLanIP.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederLanIP

InetAddress

Specifies the LAN IP address of the feeder. The address type specified by cwtFeederLanIPAddrType.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederAtmIP
AddrType

InetAddressType

Specifies the type of address that is contained in the associated instance of cwtFeederAtmIP.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederAtmIP

InetAddress

Identifies the ATM IP address of the feeder. The address type is specified by cwtFeederAtmIP.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederModel
Number

Integer32 (1..2147483647)

Contains the model number of the corresponding feeder. This is an implementation specific integer value that is used to differentiate between feeder platforms.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwtFeederRowStatus

RowStatus

Supports both active and destroy values. The value of the variable is set to active by the managed system for each valid entry. If a management station wants to delete an entry from the database, the value is set to destroy.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

none

1 xLMI = extended local management interface


Cisco WAN Topology Notification

The object identifiers are listed in Table 5-68 for each notification.

Table 5-68 Cisco WAN Topology Notification Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwtConfigGatewayStatus

::= { ciscoWanTopologyMIBNotifs 1 }

cwtTopoInfoAdd

::= { ciscoWanTopologyMIBNotifs 2 }

cwtTopoInfoModify

::= { ciscoWanTopologyMIBNotifs 3 }

cwtTopoInfoDelete

::= { ciscoWanTopologyMIBNotifs 4 }

cwtTopoDbFull

::= { ciscoWanTopologyMIBNotifs 5 }

cwtFeederInfoAdd

::= { ciscoWanTopologyMIBNotifs 6 }

cwtFeederInfoModify

::= { ciscoWanTopologyMIBNotifs 7 }

cwtFeederInfoDelete

::= { ciscoWanTopologyMIBNotifs 8 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-69.

Table 5-69 Cisco WAN Topology Notification 

Name
Objects
Description
Default Value

cwtConfigGateway
Status

cwtGatewayAdminStatus,
cwtDBLastChange

Specifies that the notification is generated when the gateway node administration status is changed.

Status: current

none

cwtTopoInfoAdd

cwtGatewayNodeFlag,
cwtNodeId,
cwtNodeName,
cwtPrimIPIfType,
cwtPrimIPIfName,
cwtPrimIPAddrType,
cwtPrimIP,
cwtSecIPIfType,
cwtSecIPIfName,
cwtSecIPAddrType,
cwtSecIP,
cwtSysObjId,
cwtNodeInfoTimeOutFlag,
cwtDBLastChange

Specifies that the notification is generated when a new topology nodal information entry is added in the topology database.

Status: current

none

cwtTopoInfoModify

cwtGatewayNodeFlag,
cwtNodeId,
cwtNodeName,
cwtPrimIPIfType,
cwtPrimIPIfName,
cwtPrimIPAddrType,
cwtPrimIP,
cwtSecIPIfType,
cwtSecIPIfName,
cwtSecIPAddrType,
cwtSecIP,
cwtSysObjId,
cwtNodeInfoTimeOutFlag,
cwtDBLastChange

Specifies that the notification is generated when an existing topology nodal information entry is modified in the topology database.

Status: current

none

cwtTopoInfoDelete

cwtNodeId,
cwtDBLastChange

Specifies that the notification is generated when an existing topology nodal information entry is deleted in the topology database.

Status: current

none

cwtTopoDbFull

cwtDBLastChange

Specifies that the notification is generated when the topology database becomes full.

Status: current

none

cwtFeederInfoAdd

cwtLocalNodeId,
cwtLocalIfIndex,
cwtLocalIfName,
cwtFeederShelf,
cwtFeederSlot,
cwtFeederPort,
cwtFeederLMIType,
cwtFeederType,
cwtFeederName,
cwtFeederLanIPAddrType,
cwtFeederLanIP,
cwtFeederAtmIPAddrType,
cwtFeederAtmIP,
cwtFeederModelNumber

Specifies that the notification is generated when a new feeder information entry is added in the database.

Status: current

none

cwtFeederInfo
Modify

cwtLocalNodeId,
cwtLocalIfIndex,
cwtFeederLMIType,
cwtFeederType,
cwtFeederName,
cwtFeederLanIPAddrType,
cwtFeederLanIP,
cwtFeederAtmIPAddrType,
cwtFeederAtmIP

Specifies that the notification is generated when an existing feeder information entry is modified in the database.

Status: current

none

cwtFeederInfoDelete

cwtLocalNodeId,
cwtLocalIfIndex,
cwtFeederName

Specifies that the notification is generated when an existing feeder information entry is deleted in the database.

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Topology Conformance Information

The object identifiers are listed in Table 5-70 for compliance.

Table 5-70 Cisco WAN Topology Conformance Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwtMIBCompliances

::= { cwtMIBConformance 1 }

cwtMIBGroups

::= { cwtMIBConformance 2 }


Cisco WAN Topology Compliance

One object identifier is listed in Table 5-71 for compliance.

Table 5-71 Cisco WAN Topology Compliance Object Identifier

Name
Object Identifier

cwtMIBCompliance2

::= { cwtMIBCompliances 2 }


One MIB object is listed in Table 5-72.

Table 5-72 Cisco WAN Topology Used for Compliance 

Name
Mandatory Groups
Description
Default Value

cwtMIBCompliance2

cwtSystemMIBGroups,
cwtNodalMIBGroups,
cwtFeederMIBGroups

Specifies the compliance statement for the SNMPv2 entities that implement the persistent topology solution for the Cisco WAN Manage (CWM).

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Topology Units of Conformance

The objects are listed in Table 5-73 for units of conformance.

Table 5-73 Cisco WAN Topology Units of Conformance Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwtSystemMIBGroups

::= { cwtMIBGroups 1 }

cwtNodalMIBGroups

::= { cwtMIBGroups 2 }

cwtFeederMIBGroups

::= { cwtMIBGroups 3 }

cwtNotificationsGroup2

::= { cwtMIBGroups 5 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-74.

Table 5-74 Cisco WAN Topology Used for Units of Conformance 

Name
Mandatory Groups
Description
Default Value

cwtSystemMIBGroups

cwtGatewayAdminStatus,
cwtGatewayNodeOperStatus,
cwtDBLastChange

Contains the object that enables a node to function as a gateway node.

Status: current

none

cwtNodalMIBGroups

cwtGatewayNodeFlag,
cwtNodeId,
cwtNodeName,
cwtPrimIPIfType,
cwtPrimIPIfName,
cwtPrimIPAddrType,
cwtPrimIP,
cwtSecIPIfType,
cwtSecIPIfName,
cwtSecIPAddrType,
cwtSecIP,
cwtSysObjId,
cwtNodeInfoTimeOutFlag,
cwtRowStatus

Contains the objects that identify a node in the network.

Status: current

none

cwtFeederMIBGroups

cwtLocalNodeId,
cwtLocalIfIndex,
cwtLocalIfName,
cwtFeederShelf,
cwtFeederSlot,
cwtFeederPort,
cwtFeederLMIType,
cwtFeederType,
cwtFeederName,
cwtFeederLanIPAddrType,
cwtFeederLanIP,
cwtFeederAtmIPAddrType,
cwtFeederAtmIP,
cwtFeederModelNumber,
cwtFeederRowStatus

Contains the objects that identify a node in the network.

Status: current

none

cwtNotificationsGroup2

cwtConfigGatewayStatus,
cwtTopoInfoAdd,
cwtTopoInfoModify,
cwtTopoInfoDelete,
cwtTopoDbFull,
cwtFeederInfoAdd,
cwtFeederInfoModify,
cwtFeederInfoDelete

Specifies a collection of notifications that indicate changes in the topology database.

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol

This section describes the individual MIB objects that comprise the Cisco WAN NCDP MIB file. The Cisco WAN NCDP MIB resides in the CISCO-WAN-NCDP.my file.

The Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol (NCDP) module enables the automatic network clock configuration and distribution as well as the configuration of manual clock sources. A spanning network clock distribution tree is constructed by each node in the network. Each node is synchronized to one single master clock reference.

A network clock source for the device can be an oscillator that is local to the device, a building integrated timing supply (BITS) port, or an interface that supports synchronous clock recovery.

The cwnClockSourceIndex is assigned by the NCDP protocol entity in the managed system to identify each available source of the network clock on the managed system.

The Cisco WAN NCDP groups include:

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Textual Conventions

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Scalar Group

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Clock Source Table

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Manual Source Table

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Sources

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol for ATM Interfaces

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Notification

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Conformance Information

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Compliance

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Units of Conformance

Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Textual Conventions

The names of the textual conventions are specified in the object syntax.

The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-75.


Note Textual conventions do not contain object identifiers.


Table 5-75 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Textual Convention MIB Objects 

Name
Description
Syntax
Default Value

ClockStratum

Specifies the stratum level associated with a source of network clock or a device. For more information, refer to ANSI T1.101 and Bellcore GR-436-CORE.

Status: current

INTEGER { other(1),
s1(2),
s2e(3),
s2(4),
s3e(5),
s3(6),
s4e(7),
s4(8)
}

none

ClockHealthStatus

Specifies the source of a network clock.

A value good indicates that a given source of the network clock is known by the managed system to be good. The managed system was able to lock onto the clock source.

A value bad indicates that a given source of the network clock is known by the managed system to be bad. The managed system was not able to lock onto the clock source.

A value unknown indicates that the source of the network clock is unknown to the managed system. The managed system did not try to lock onto the clock source.

Status: current

INTEGER { good(1),
bad(2),
unknown(3)
}

none

ClockSourceIndex

Specifies an index that is assigned by the device that uniquely identifies an available clock source on the device.

Status: current

Integer32 (1..2147483647)

none


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Scalar Group

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco WAN NCDP scalar group are listed in Table 5-76.

Table 5-76 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Scalar Group Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwnDistributionMethod

::= { cwnGlobal 1 }

cwnNodeStratum

::= { cwnGlobal 2}

cwnMaxDiameter

::= { cwnGlobal 3}

cwnMessageInterval

::= { cwnGlobal 4}

cwnHoldTime

::= { cwnGlobal 5}

cwnChangeReason

::= { cwnGlobal 6}

cwnChangeTimeStamp

::= { cwnGlobal 7}

cwnRootClockSource

::= { cwnGlobal 8}


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-77.

Table 5-77 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Scalar MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwnDistribution
Method

INTEGER { ncdp(1),
manual(2)
}

Distributes the network clock for the device.

When the mode of operation is the value ncdp, the device participates in the NCDP protocol. A single master clock source is identified as the clock source for the network.

The tables cwnAtmSourceTable and cwnAtmInterfaceTable are used in this mode.

When the mode of operation is manual, the network clock source is statically configured in the device.

The table cwnManualSourceTable is used in this mode.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

ncdp

cwnNodeStratum

ClockStratum

Contains the stratum level of the node.

The cwnNodeStratum object is used only if the distribution method is value ncdp.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

s2

cwnMaxDiameter

Integer32 (3..255)

Specifies the maximum possible height of a network clock distribution tree in the network.

The cwnMaxDiameter variable must be configured with the same value for all devices participating in NCDP within the network.

The cwnMaxDiameter object is used only if the distribution method is the value ncdp.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

20

cwnMessageInterval

Integer32 (75..60000)

Specifies the interval for the NCDP configuration that generates the PDU hello messages.

The message interval directly affects the convergence time of the NCDP algorithm. Convergence time is equal to the maximum network diameter * message interval + transmission delays + the time a configuration PDU is spent being processed in each device.

Thus, if transmission delays and processing delays are both close to 0, the convergence time is approximately (maximum network diameter * message interval) ms.

The cwnMessageInterval object is used only if the distribution method is the value ncdp.

Units: ms

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

500

cwnHoldTime

Integer32 (75..60000)

Specifies the minimum delay between the transmission of two consecutive NCDP configuration PDUs on an interface.

The value of the cwnHoldTime object is normally set to match the value of cwnMessageInterval. If the value of the cwnHoldTime object is higher than the value of cwnMessageInterval, NCDP configuration PDUs end up being propagated at the rate specified by the value of the cwnHoldTime object instead.

The cwnHoldTime object is used only if the distribution method is the value ncdp.

Units: ms

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

500

cwnChangeReason

INTEGER
{ other(1),
none(2),
lossOfLock(3),
lossOfActivity(4),
ncdpRestructure(5)
}

Specifies the reason for the most recent change of a source for the network clock that is indicated by the change in the value of ciscoWanChangeTimeStamp.

The following are the parameter definitions:

none—Indicates that the source of network clock is not changed.

lossOfLock—Indicates that the clock source is changed because the network clocking hardware lost the lock on the previous network clock source.

lossOfActivity—Indicates that the clock source is changed because the network clocking hardware detected a loss of activity on the previous network clock source.

ncdpRestructure—Indicates that the NCDP entity has changed the clock source as a result of a network-wide network clock distribution tree restructuring process.

When the reason for a clock switchover is none of the above, the value of the cwnChangeReason object is other.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwnChangeTimeStamp

TimeStamp

Specifies the value of sysUpTime when the most recent change of a source of network clock occurred.

A value of 0 indicates that no such event has occurred since the instantiation of this object.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

0

cwnRootClockSource

ClockSourceIndex

Specifies the index of the network clock source that is actively supplying network clock within the device.

When the value of cwnRootClockSource variable is used as an index into the cwnAtmSourceTable and the clock source is cwnAtmSourceBestClockSource with a value of true, the applicable clock source is the root of a clock distribution tree.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Clock Source Table

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco WAN NCDP clock source table are listed in Table 5-78.

Table 5-78 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Clock Source Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwnClockSourceTable

::= { cwnClockSource 1 }

cwnClockSourceEntry

::= { cwnClockSourceTable 1 }

cwnClockSourceIndex

::= { cwnClockSourceEntry 1 }

cwnClockSourceDesc

::= { cwnClockSourceEntry 2}

cwnInterfaceIndex

::= { cwnClockSourceEntry 3 }

cwnOtherClockSource

::= { cwnClockSourceEntry 4 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-79.

Table 5-79 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Clock Source MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwnClockSource
Table

SEQUENCE OF CwnClockSourceEntry

Specifies a table of network clock sources that is available to the managed system.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnClockSource
Entry

CwnClockSourceEntry

Specifies an entry in the cwnClockSourceEntry table that contains an available clock source on the device.

A network clock source for the device can be an oscillator, which is local to the device or a Building Integrated Timing Supply (BITS) port or an interface that supports synchronous clock recovery.

An index is assigned by the device to uniquely identify each of the source for the network clock on the managed system.

A description is associated with each clock source. This description gives detail information of the clock source.

The management station can poll the tcwnClockSourceEntry able to obtain the cwnClockSourceIndex and use the indexes to configure clock source in cwnManualSourceTable or cwnAtmSourceTable.

The index is cwnClockSourceIndex.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnClockSource
Index

ClockSourceIndex

Specifies an index that is assigned by the device that uniquely identifies an available clock source on the device.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnClockSource
Desc

DisplayString

Specifies a description of the clock source that is associated with this entry. The description contains port or type information for the clock source.

The format of the entry is implementation specific.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwnInterfaceIndex

InterfaceIndexOrZero

Specifies that the ifIndex is associated with the entry if the variable has a nonzero value.

The ifIndex identifies an ATM Virtual Interface, for example, ifType atmVirtual (149).

If the variable has a value 0, the entry is not associated with an ifIndex and the type is identified by cwnOtherClockSource.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwnOtherClock
Source

INTEGER {
none(1),
internalOscillator(2),
bitsClockE1(3),
bitsClockT1(4)
}

Identifies the type of clock source that does not have an associated ifIndex.

The following are the value definitions:

none(1)—Contains a non-zero value if cwnInterfaceIndex.

internalOscillator(1)—Indicates a clock source is an oscillator local to the device.

bitsClockE1(2)—Indicates a building integrated timing supply (BITS) clock source on an E1 port.

bitsClockT1(3)—Indicates a BITS clock source on a T1 port.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Manual Source Table

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco WAN NCDP manual source table are listed in Table 5-80.

Table 5-80 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Manual Source Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwnManualSourceTable

::= { cwnManualSource 1 }

cwnManualSourceEntry

::= { cwnManualSourceTable 1 }

cwnManualSourcePriority

::= { cwnManualSourceEntry 1 }

cwnManualSourceIndex

::= { cwnManualSourceEntry 2 }

cwnManualClockHealth

::= { cwnManualSourceEntry 3 }

cwnManualRowStatus

::= { cwnManualSourceEntry 4 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-81.

Table 5-81 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Manual Source MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwnManualSourceTable

SEQUENCE OF CwnManualSourceEntry

Specifies a table of network clock sources to be manually configured for the managed system.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnManualSourceEntry

CwnManualSourceEntry

Specifies the table to select a source that is used for the network clock for the managed system from the entries in cwnClockSourceTable when the value of cwnDistributionMethod is manual.

The management system uses the cwnClockSourceIndex to configure the associated clock source to be a primary, secondary, or default clock source.

A source of the network clock that is used for the device can be an oscillator local to the device, a building integrated timing supply (BITS) port, or an interface that supports synchronous clock recovery.

When the managed system initializes the source, the entries create a row for the device default source that is used for the network clock, for example, the entry that has cwnManualSourcePriority with value default.

Read operations are allowed only n the columnar objects in the row.

Other rows are created or destroyed by a management station or through the device local management interface when a source of network clock is configured or removed.

A row is not made active until a valid value for cwnManualSourceIndex is supplied.

A management station can perform a write operation on any columnar object while the row is active or not in service.

The index is cwnManualSourcePriority.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnManualSourcePriority

INTEGER { primary(1),
secondary(2),
default(3)
}

Configures an available network clock source to be the primary, secondary, or default manual clock source.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnManualSourceIndex

ClockSourceIndex

Specifies an index value that is used to identify the primary, secondary, or default manual clock source.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwnManualClockHealth

ClockHealthStatus

Specifies the health of the clock source.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwnManualRow
Status

RowStatus

Specifies the status of the conceptual row.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Sources

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco WAN NCDP source table are listed in Table 5-82.

Table 5-82 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Source Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwnAtmSourceTable

::= { cwnAtmSource 1 }

cwnAtmSourceEntry

::= { cwnAtmSourceTable 1 }

cwnAtmSourceBestClockSource

::= { cwnAtmSourceEntry 1 }

cwnAtmSourcePriority

::= { cwnAtmSourceEntry 2 }

cwnAtmSourceStratum

::= { cwnAtmSourceEntry 3 }

cwnAtmSourcePRSReference

::= { cwnAtmSourceEntry 4 }

cwnAtmSourceClockHealth

::= { cwnAtmSourceEntry 5 }

cwnAtmSourceRowStatus

::= { cwnAtmSourceEntry 6 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-83.

Table 5-83 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Source MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwnAtmSource
Table

SEQUENCE OF CwnAtmSourceEntry

Specifies a table of configured network clock sources that is advertised by the managed system when using NCDP.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnAtmSource
Entry

CwnAtmSourceEntry

Specifies the network clock status for sources of the network clock that is identified by cwnClockSourceIndex, and used by the managed system when the value of cwnDistributionMethod is ncdp.

The managed device selects one entry in the table to advertise as the best available clock source for the device.

The cooperating NCDP protocol entities select the best available clock source among those advertised within the cooperating group and builds a clock distribution tree rooted at that clock source. When the value of cwnRootClockSource is used as an index into this table and the indicated clock source has cwnAtmSourceBestClockSource with value true, the indicated clock source is the root of some clock distribution tree. If only one such root exists on all participating devices in the network, it is the root of a network wide clock distribution tree.

When the managed system is initialized, a row is created for the device's default source of network clock. The row cannot be destroyed by a management station. Within this row a write operation is allowed only on the cwnAtmSourcePriority object.

The status of the row is always active. The default source is always found by issuing a read operation on the row within the cwnManualSourceTable that has default as the value of cwnManualSourcePriority.

none

cwnAtmSource
Entry

 

The other rows are created or destroyed by a management station or through the device's local management interface when a source of network clock is configured or removed.

The values of cwnAtmSourcePriority, cwnAtmSourceStratum, and cwnAtmSourcePRSReference collectively describe a source of network clock. They are the three components of a vector used as an input to the NCDP algorithm to make clock source selection decisions.

The index is cwnClockSourceIndex.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

 

cwnAtmSource
BestClockSource

TruthValue

Indicates if the best clock source is being advertised.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwnAtmSource
Priority

Integer32 (1..255)

Specifies the network-wide priority of the clock source if it is configured as a source of network clock for NCDP. The highest priority clock source is for the clock source to have the lowest positive numeric value. The clock source with the highest priority is selected as the root of the clock distribution tree by the NCDP algorithm. If more that one clock source is configured with the same priority, the NCDP algorithm uses the value cwnAtmSourceStratum a tiebreaker.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

128

cwnAtmSource
Stratum

ClockStratum

Specifies the stratum level that is associated with the clock source if configured as a source of the network clock for NCDP.

If the value of the cwnAtmSourceStratum object is used as a tiebreaker, the lower of the given values is the winner. If the values are the same, the value of cwnAtmSourcePRSReference is used as a tiebreaker by the NCDP algorithm.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

s2

cwnAtmSource
PRSReference

INTEGER {internal(1),
external(2)
}

Specifies a value that identifies the primary reference source (PRS) that the network clock is available from this source is traceable if configured as a source of network clock for NCDP.

The object takes the value internal when the PRS for this source is an onboard oscillator local to the device. For any other cases, the value external is used.

If the value of the cwnAtmSourcePRSReference object is used as a tiebreaker by the algorithm, external wins over internal.

All external sources of the network clock are assumed to be traceable to the same PRS by the NCDP protocol entity.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none

cwnAtmSource
ClockHealth

ClockHealthStatus

Specifies the health of the clock source.

Max-Access: read-only

Status: current

none

cwnAtmSource
RowStatus

RowStatus

Specifies the status of the conceptual row.

Max-Access: read-create

Status: current

none


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol for ATM Interfaces

The object identifiers that are used for the Cisco WAN NCDP ATM interfaces are listed in Table 5-84.

Table 5-84 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol for ATM Interface Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

cwnAtmInterfaceTable

::= { cwnAtmInterface 1 }

cwnAtmInterfaceEntry

::= { cwnAtmInterfaceTable 1 }

cwnAtmInterfaceEnable

::= { cwnAtmInterfaceEntry 1 }

cwnAtmInterfaceAdminWeight

::= { cwnAtmInterfaceEntry 2}

cwnAtmInterfaceVpi

::= { cwnAtmInterfaceEntry 3}

cwnAtmInterfaceVci

::= { cwnAtmInterfaceEntry 4}


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-85.

Table 5-85 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol for ATM Interface MIB Objects 

Name
Syntax
Description
Default Value

cwnAtmInterface
Table

SEQUENCE OF CwnAtmInterfaceEntry

Specifies a table that contains the status of NCDP on the device for ATM Network-to-Network (NNI) interfaces.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnAtmInterface
Entry

CwnAtmInterfaceEntry

Specifies an entry in the table that contains the status of NCDP on an ATM NNI interface.

A row in the table is created by the managed system and disappears when the associated entity disappears.

When a row is created, all of the row objects are instantiated.

Each entry identified by ifIndex is of ifType atmvirtual(149).

The index is ifIndex.

Max-Access: not-accessible

Status: current

none

cwnAtmInterface
Enable

TruthValue

Indicates whether NCDP is presently running on a ATM NNI. When NCDP is enabled for an interface, the interface is an active member of the clock distribution topology.

After the cwnAtmInterfaceEnable object is instantiated by the agent, the managed system initializes the value of the object to cwnAtmInterfaceEnable true.

By default, all NNI interfaces that participate in NCDP until it is disabled, sets the value of the cwnAtmInterfaceEnable object to false.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

true

cwnAtmInterface
AdminWeight

Integer32 (1..16777215)

Specifies a weight metric that is used by the NCDP protocol entity and associated with a physical interface that supports synchronous clock recovery. When NCDP is enabled for the physical interface, the value of the cwnAtmInterfaceAdminWeight object is used by NCDP algorithms during tree computations.

The lower the administrative weight, the more attractive the given link is to the NCDP algorithm. If the weight of a link is changed, the link can cause the NCDP protocol entity to reconstruct the clock distribution tree.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

10

cwnAtmInterface
Vpi

Integer32 (0..4095)

Specifies the Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) value of the Virtual Channel Connection (VCC) that supports the NCDP entity at the ATM interface.

If the values of cwnAtmInterfaceVpi and cwnAtmInterfaceVci are both equal to zero, the NCDP entity is not supported at the ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

0

cwnAtmInterface
Vci

Integer32 (0..65535)

Specifies the Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) value of the VCC that supports the NCDP entity at the ATM interface.

If the values of cwnAtmInterfaceVpi and cwnAtmInterfaceVci are both equal to zero, the NCDP entity is not supported at the ATM interface.

Max-Access: read-write

Status: current

34


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Notification

The object identifiers are listed in Table 5-86 for each notification.

Table 5-86 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Notification Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoWanNcdpMIBNotificationPrefix

::={ ciscoWanNcdpMIB 2 }

ciscoWanNcdpMIBNotifications

::={ ciscoWanNcdpMIBNotificationPrefix 0 }


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Conformance Information

The object identifiers are listed in Table 5-87 for conformance.

Table 5-87 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Conformance Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoWanNcdpMIBConformance

::= { ciscoWanNcdpMIB 3}

ciscoWanNcdpMIBCompliances

::= { ciscoWanNcdpMIBConformance 1 }

ciscoWanNcdpMIBGroups

::= { ciscoWanNcdpMIBConformance 2 }


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Compliance

One object identifier is listed in Table 5-88 for compliance.

Table 5-88 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Compliance Object Identifier

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoWanMIBCompliance

::= { ciscoWanNcdpMIBCompliances 1 }


One MIB object is listed in Table 5-89.

Table 5-89 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Used for Compliance 

Name
Mandatory Groups
Description
Default Value

ciscoWanMIB
Compliance

ciscoWanNcdpGlobalGroup,
ciscoWanNcdpClockSourceGroup,
ciscoWanNcdpManualGroup,
ciscoWanNcdpAtmGroup

Describes the compliance statement for SNMPv2 entities that implement the network clock distribution methods and NCDP.

none


Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Units of Conformance

The objects are listed in Table 5-90 for units of conformance.

Table 5-90 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Units of Conformance Object Identifiers 

Name
Object Identifier

ciscoWanNcdpGlobalGroup

::= { ciscoWanNcdpMIBGroups 1 }

ciscoWanNcdpClockSourceGroup

::= { ciscoWanNcdpMIBGroups 2 }

ciscoWanNcdpManualGroup

::= { ciscoWanNcdpMIBGroups 3 }

ciscoWanNcdpAtmGroup

::= { ciscoWanNcdpMIBGroups 4 }


The MIB objects are listed in Table 5-91.

Table 5-91 Cisco WAN Network Clock Distribution Protocol Used for Units of Conformance 

Name
Mandatory Groups
Description
Default Value

ciscoWanNcdpGlobal
Group

cwnDistributionMethod,
cwnNodeStratum,
cwnMaxDiameter,
cwnMessageInterval,
cwnHoldTime,
cwnChangeReason,
cwnChangeTimeStamp,
cwnRootClockSource

Contains the global objects that provide for the management of network clock distribution and NCDP entities.

Status: current

none

ciscoWanNcdpClock
SourceGroup

cwnClockSourceDesc,
cwnInterfaceIndex,
cwnOtherClockSource

Contains the available clock source on the managed system.

Status: current

none

ciscoWanNcdpManualGroup

cwnManualSourceIndex,
cwnManualClockHealth,
cwnManualRowStatus

Contains the objects for manual configuration of clock sources on the managed system.

Status: current

none

ciscoWanNcdpAtm
Group

cwnAtmSourceBestClockSource,
cwnAtmSourcePriority,
cwnAtmSourceStratum,
cwnAtmSourcePRSReference,
cwnAtmSourceClockHealth,
cwnAtmSourceRowStatus,
cwnAtmInterfaceEnable, cwnAtmInterfaceAdminWeight,
cwnAtmInterfaceVpi,
cwnAtmInterfaceVci

Contains the objects for configuration of the NCDP entity on an ATM platform.

Status: current

none