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Redback Enterprise MIBs

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Contents

1Redback Enterprise MIBs
1.1RBN-AAL5-VCL-STAT-MIB
1.2RBN-X-AAL5-VCL-STAT-MIB
1.3RBN-ATM-CELL-PW-MIB
1.4RBN-ATM-PROFILE-MIB
1.5RBN-ATM-PVC-OAM-MIB
1.6RBN-ATM2-MIB
1.7RBN-BGP-ACCOUNTING-MIB
1.8RBN-BIND-MIB
1.9RBN-BRIDGE-MIB
1.10RBN-BULKSTATS-MIB
1.11RBN-CARDMON-MIB
1.12RBN-CIRCUIT-GROUP-MIB
1.13RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB
1.14RBN-CPU-METER-MIB
1.15RBN-DHCP-MIB
1.16RBN-DS1-MIB
1.17RBN-DS3-MIB
1.18RBN-ENVMON-MIB
1.19RBN-FAST-VRRP-MIB
1.20RBN-IP-BIND-MIB
1.21RBN-IPPOOL-MIB
1.22RBN-L2TP-MIB
1.23RBN-L2VPN-MIB
1.24RBN-MEMORY-MIB
1.25RBN-NOTIFY-ENHANCE-MIB
1.26RBN-PRODUCT-MIB
1.27RBN-PVC-MIB
1.28RBN-QOS-MIB
1.29RBN-RADIUS-MIB
1.30RBN-SFP-MIB
1.31RBN-STACKEDVLAN-MIB
1.32RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB
1.33RBN-SYS-RESOURCES-MIB
1.34RBN-TACACS-MIB


1   Redback Enterprise MIBs

The SmartEdge™ router supports several Redback Networks Enterprise MIBs. The Redback enterprise Object Identifier (OID) number for the Management Information Base (MIB) hierarchical tree is 2352. So, all Redback Networks enterprise MIB OIDs begin with this syntax: .1.3.6.1.4.1.2352. This document describes each Redback Networks enterprise MIB, the tables in that MIB, and information about objects supported in the MIB, including OIDs for each object. Index objects for each table are identified before each table by the word “index” in bold.

The following sections discuss the Redback Networks Enterprise MIBs.

Note:  
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) examples in this document utilize the open-source tool Net-SNMP. Depending on the product you use to monitor your network, the SNMP examples may appear differently from your system.

Note:  
The SmartEdge 100 router does not support all MIBs listed in the tables. Unsupported MIBs are indicated in the Notes column of the table in the About Standard SNMP MIBs section in Standard SNMP MIBs and in the descriptions for the Redback Enterprise MIBs.

Note:  
If you have a support contract, you can download the Redback Networks Enterprise MIBs after you log on at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

1.1   RBN-AAL5-VCL-STAT-MIB

Defines objects used to report configuration and performance statistics beyond those reported by standard IETF MIBs for an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) virtual channel link (VCL).

1.1.1   rbnAtmAal5VclStatTable

Provides a collection of objects providing ATM adaptation layer type 5 (AAL5) configuration and performance statistics of a VCL. This table extends the rbnXAtmAal5VclStatEntry object in RBN-X-AAL5-VCL-STAT-MIB.

Index: ifIndex, atmVclVpi, atmVclVci

Table 1 describes the objects in rbnAtmAal5VclStatTable.

Table 1    Objects in rbnAtmAal5VclStatTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnAtmAal5VclOutDrops

rbnAtmAal5VclStatEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.1.1.1.1.1

Counter32

N/A

Number of AAL5 common part convergence sublayer (CPCS) protocol data units (PDUs), transmitted on the AAL5 virtual channel connection (VCC) for the interface specified by ifIndex, that the system dropped, even if the system did not detect errors that prevented PDU transmission. For example, the system might drop a PDU because there was not enough space in the interface output queue. This object is read-only.

1.2   RBN-X-AAL5-VCL-STAT-MIB

Defines objects used to keep track of statistics associated with an ATM VCL.

1.2.1   rbnXAtmAal5VclStatTable

A collection of objects with information about AAL5 configuration and VCL performance statistics.

Index: ifIndex, atmVclVpi, atmVclVci

Table 2 describes the objects in rbnXAtmAal5VclStatTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 2    Objects in rbnXAtmAal5VclStatTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnXAtmAal5VclInPkts

rbnXAtmAal5VclStatEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.3.1.1.1.1.1

Counter32

N/A

Number of AAL5 CPCS PDUs received on the AAL5 VCC at the interface identified by the ifIndex object.

rbnXAtmAal5VclOutPkts

rbnXAtmAal5VclStatEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.3.1.1.1.1.2

Counter32

N/A

Number of AAL5 CPCS PDUs transmitted on the AAL5 VCC at the interface identified by the ifIndex object.

rbnXAtmAal5VclInOctets

rbnXAtmAal5VclStatEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.3.1.1.1.1.3

Counter32

N/A

Number of octets contained in AAL5 CPCS PDUs received on the AAL5 VCC at the interface identified by the ifIndex object.

rbnXAtmAal5VclOutOctets

rbnXAtmAal5VclStatEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.3.1.1.1.1.4

Counter32

N/A

Number of octets contained in AAL5 CPCS PDUs transmitted on the AAL5 VCC at the interface identified by the ifIndex object.

1.3   RBN-ATM-CELL-PW-MIB

Defines objects used to retrieve statistics associated with an ATM cell pseudowire circuit.

1.3.1   rbnAtmCellPWStatTable

Contains objects that provide statistics for ATM cell pseudowire circuits used to carry ATM traffic.

Index: rbnAtmCellPWCircuitHandle

Table 3 describes the attributes in rbnAtmCellPWStatTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 3    Objects in rbnAtmCellPWStatTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnAtmCellPWOutOfSeqDrops

rbnAtmCellPWStatEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.41.1.1.1.2

Counter32

N/A

Total number of cells that dropped because of out-of-sequence PDUs received on the PW circuit.

rbnAtmCellPWCellConcatDrops

rbnAtmCellPWStatEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.41.1.1.1.3

Counter32

N/A

Total number of cells that dropped because of cell-concatenated PDUs received on the PW circuit.

1.4   RBN-ATM-PROFILE-MIB

Contains information that helps you manage ATM profiles.

1.4.1   rbnAtmProfileTable

Provides a collection of auxiliary objects providing parameters for ATM profiles.

Index: atmTrafficDescrParamIndex

Table 4 describes the attributes in rbnAtmProfileTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 4    Objects in rbnAtmProfileTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnAtmProfileName

rbnAtmProfileEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.2.1.1.1.1

AtmProfileName

Octet String

SIZE (0—80)

Text handle assigned to an instance of rbnAtmProfileTable (and through augmentation, atmTrafficDescrParamTable). Using a text handle instead of an arbitrary integer (such as the atmTrafficDescrParamIndex object) allows a configuration to contain human-friendly cross-references to the profiles from those places where they are used, such as in circuit configuration tables. This object is not accessible.

rbnAtmCountersEnabled

rbnAtmProfileEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.2.1.1.1.2

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

An indication whether circuits configured with this profile should enable per-circuit statistical counters. An ATM circuit keeps per-circuit statistical counters only if this object is set to true in the profile used by the circuit.

rbnAtmCellLossPriority

rbnAtmProfileEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.2.1.1.1.3

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

An indication whether circuits configured with this profile should enable the Cell Loss Priority (CLP) bit on transmitted cells. If the profile used by a circuit has this object set to true, then all cells transmitted on that circuit will have the CLP bit set.

rbnAtmTransmitBuffers

rbnAtmProfileEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.2.1.1.1.4

Integer32

1—63

Limit on the total number of outbound transmit packet buffers that may be used by the circuit that references the profile.(1)

(1)  Use this parameter with caution. Setting it improperly can affect overall system performance.

1.5   RBN-ATM-PVC-OAM-MIB

Monitors the ATM operations, administration, and maintenance (OAM) functions.

1.5.1   rbnAtmPvcOamStatusTable

Contains the status of the ATM PVC OAM function for every ATM PVC in the system. One entry in this table exists for each ATM PVC active in the system, whether the PVC is a static or on-demand circuit.

Index: rbnAtmPvcOamStatusSlot, rbnAtmPvcOamStatusPort, rbnAtmPvcOamStatusVpi, rbnAtmPvcOamStatusVci

Table 5 describes the attributes in rbnAtmPvcOamStatusTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 5    Objects in rbnAtmPvcOamStatusTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusSlot

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.19.1.1.1.1

RbnSlot

Unsigned32

0–255

Slot containing the ATM PVC. This object is not accessible.

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusPort

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.19.1.1.1.2

RbnSlot

Unsigned32

0–255

Port containing the ATM PVC. This object is not accessible.

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusVpi

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.19.1.1.1.3

Integer32

0–4095

VPI value of the ATM PVC. This object is not accessible.

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusVci

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.19.1.1.1.4

Integer32

0–65535

VCI value of the ATM PVC. This object is not accessible.

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusState

rbnAtmPvcOamStatusEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.19.1.1.1.5

Integer

1—noOam

2—oamUp

3—oamDownLoopback

4—oamDownAis

5—oamDownRdi

State of the ATM PVC OAM function on an ATM PVC.

The noOam value indicates the ATM PVC OAM function is not active on the ATM PVC.

The oamUp value indicates the ATM PVC OAM function is active on the ATM PVC, and no failure condition is currently detected on the circuit.

The oamDownLoopback value indicates the ATM PVC OAM function is active on the ATM PVC, and F5 OAM loopback cell management has detected a fault on the circuit.

The oamDownAis value indicates the ATM PVC OAM function is active on the ATM PVC, and a VC-AIS cell was recently received, which indicates a fault on the circuit.

The oamDownRdi value indicates the ATM PVC OAM function is active on the ATM PVC, and a VC-RDI cell was recently received, which indicates a fault on the circuit.

1.6   RBN-ATM2-MIB

Monitors statistics associated with ATM VPL and VCL beyond those instrumented by ATM2-MIB.

1.6.1   rbnAtm2VplStatTable

Provides a collection of statistics objects of a VPL.

Index: ifIndex, atmVplVpi

Table 6 describes the attributes in rbnAtm2VplStatTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 6    Objects in rbnAtm2VplStatTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnAtm2VplOutPktDrops

rbnAtm2VplStatEntry 1

Counter32

0—4294967295

The number of transmit packets dropped by this VPL.

1.6.2   rbnAtm2VclStatTable

Provides a collection of statistics objects of a VCL.

Index: ifIndex, atmVclVpi, atmVclVci

Table 7 describes the attributes in rbnAtm2VclStatTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 7    Objects in rbnAtm2VclStatTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnAtm2VclOutPktDrops

rbnAtm2VclStatEntry 1

Counter32

0—4294967295

The number of transmit packets dropped by this VCL.

1.6.3   rbnAtm2Aal5VclStatTable

This table provides a collection of auxiliary objects providing AAL5 configuration and performance statistics of a VCL.

Index: ifIndex, atmVclVpi, atmVclVci

Table 8 describes the attributes in rbnAtm2Aal5VclStatTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 8    Objects in rbnAtm2Aal5VclStatTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnAtm2Aal5VclOutPktDrops

rbnAtm2Aal5VclStatEntry 1

Counter32

0—4294967295

The number of AAL5 CPCS PDUs received for transmission on the AAL5 VCC at the interface are identified by the ifIndex. These PDUs are chosen to be dropped to prevent their being transmitted even though no errors had been detected. A lack of space on the interface output queue can cause PDUs to be dropped.

1.7   RBN-BGP-ACCOUNTING-MIB

Defines objects to account for IP traffic differentially using BGP policies. RBN-BGP-ACCOUNTING-MIB works only when the snmp server enhance ifmib command (in global configuration mode) is enabled.

1.7.1   rbnBpaTable

A list of BGP policy accounting entries. An entry contains statistics applicable to a BGP-based routing policy set on an interface. The ifIndex object values in Table 9 represent a port, channel, subchannel, or circuit layer that supports the IF-MIB ifPacketGroup object, ifHCPacketGroup object, or ifVHCPacketGroup object, and is bound to an IP interface for which BGP policy-based accounting is enabled. Because the IF-MIB may provide support for a subset of the physical interfaces available on the system, that support for BGP policy-based accounting information in this MIB is limited to the same subset of physical interfaces supported in the IF-MIB.

Index: ifIndex, rbnBpaBucketIndex

Table 9 describes the rbnBpaTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 9    Objects in rbnBpaTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnBpaBucketIndex

rbnBpaEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.20.1.1.1.1

Integer32

1–2147483647

Integer greater than 0 that uniquely identifies a BGP routing policy set on this interface.

rbnBpaInPacketCount

rbnBpaEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.20.1.1.1.2

Counter64

N/A

Total number of packets received for a particular BGP routing policy on an interface.

rbnBpaInOctetCount

rbnBpaEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.20.1.1.1.3

Counter64

N/A

Total number of octets received for a particular BGP routing policy on an interface.

rbnBpaCircuitDescr

rbnBpaEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.20.1.1.1.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–192)

Descriptive version of the interface that is consistent with information displayed in the CLI. This string is formatted as slot/port:channel:subchannel authority/level/index. The channel and subchannel are only included when appropriate; for example, 4/1 1/2/7, 4/1:1 1/2/7 or 4/1:1:1 1/2/7. If a circuit description is not available, this object contains a zero-length string.

rbnBpaInterfaceName

rbnBpaEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.20.1.1.1.5

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–127)

Name of the IP interface bound to a circuit. If the IP interface name is not available, this object contains a zero-length string.

rbnBpaContextName

rbnBpaEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.20.1.1.1.6

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–63)

Name of context in which this IP interface is defined. If context information is not available, this object contains a zero-length string.

1.8   RBN-BIND-MIB

Defines the objects for used to support the configuration and management of circuit bindings.

1.8.1   rbnBindTable

This table contains the objects that identify and configure circuit bindings. Rows in this table are created or deleted when a circuit is created or deleted. No explicit creation or deletion of rows is allowed or required.

Index: rbnBindCircuit

Table 10 describes the attributes in rbnBindTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 10    Objects in rbnBindTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnBindType

rbnBindEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.2

RbnBindType

1—unbound

2—authBind

3—bypassBind

4—interfaceBind

5—subscriberBind

6—l2tptunnelBind

7—sessionBind

8—dot1qBind

9—multiIntfBind

10—multiSubBind

11—multiClipsBind

Type of the binding. The bind type must be appropriate to the type of circuit that it is being applied to.

When a circuit is created, an initial binding is established with the unbound type.

If you change the bind type for a circuit, the previous binding is removed and active sessions are dropped. If an existing binding on the circuit is the same as the new binding, the existing binding is not removed. When changing the bind type to a new bind type, all objects mandatory for the new bind type must be included in the set operation.

The bind type determines which group of objects in a row of rbnBindTable apply for that instance of a circuit.

rbnBindName

rbnBindEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–192)

A name associated with the binding. This field is only applicable when the value of the rbnBindType object is:

  • bypassBind

  • interfaceBind

  • subscriberBind

  • l2tptunnelBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

  • sessionBind

rbnBindPassword

rbnBindEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–64)

The AAA password. This field is only applicable when the value of the rbnBindType object is subscriberBind. If the value of the rbnBindType object is not this bind type, the rbnBindPassword object is not instantiated for this entry.

rbnBindContext

rbnBindEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.5

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–64)

The name of the context associated with the binding. This field is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • bypassBind

  • interfaceBind

  • subscriberBind

  • l2tptunnelBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

  • sessionBind

  • multiClipsBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, the rbnBindContext object is not instantiated for this entry.

rbnBindAuthContext

rbnBindEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.6

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–64)

The name of the authentication context associated with the binding. This object is the name of the context to which PPP sessions on the circuits being bound are restricted.

Specification of this column is optional.

When using this optional context name, all attempts to bind PPP sessions to contexts other than the one specified fail.

This object is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • authBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, the rbnBindAuthContext object is not instantiated for this entry.

rbnBindServiceGrp

rbnBindEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.7

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–64)

The name of the service access list associated with the binding. This object is the name of the service access list that defines the services available to the PPP-encapsulated circuit.

Specification of this column is optional.

When using this optional service access list, all attempts to authenticate to contexts or domains not permitted by the named service access list fail.

This object is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • authBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

  • multiClipsBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, the rbnBindServiceGrp object is not instantiated for this entry.

rbnBindAcl

rbnBindEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.8

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–64)

Name of the bridge access control list associated with the binding. This object is the name of the Access control list to be applied to the session. The access control list must already have been configured in the context of the session peer. This is typically used to filter packets so that only PPPoE traffic is allowed through an Ethernet L2TP tunnel.

Specification of this column for a given entry is optional. This object is applicable only when the sessionBind rbnBindType value is specified.

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not sessionBind, the rbnBindAcl object is not instantiated for this entry.

rbnBindAuthChap

rbnBindEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.9

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, the PPP authentication protocol to be used is Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol.

This object is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • authBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, the rbnBindAuthChap object is not instantiated for this entry.

When performing a set operation on a row that involves one of these bind types, either the rbnBindAuthChap object or rbnBindAuthPap object or both must be specified.

If both the rbnBindAuthChap object and rbnBindAuthPap object are true, then either authentication protocol can be used.

rbnBindAuthPap

rbnBindEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.10

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, the PPP authentication protocol to be used is Password Authentication Protocol.

This object is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • authBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, then the rbnBindAuthPap object is not instantiated for this entry.

When performing a set operation on a row that involves one of these bind types, either the rbnBindAuthChap object or the rbnBindAuthPap object or both must be specified.

If both the rbnBindAuthChap object and the rbnBindAuthPap object are true, then either authentication protocol can be used.

rbnBindAuthWait

rbnBindEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, the inbound CHAP authentication is completed first. That is, after the two sides have decided to use CHAP, the SMS waits for the inbound side to initiate authentication.

If the value is true, the rbnBindAuthChap object must also be specified.

This object is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • authBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, then the rbnBindAuthWait object is not instantiated for this entry.

When performing a set operation on a row that involves this bind type, specification of this column is optional.

If not specified, this object is not instantiated.

rbnBindAuthPapFirst

rbnBindEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.12

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, PAP is negotiated before CHAP. If the value of this object is false, then CHAP is negotiated before PAP.

With SNMP get operations, both the rbnBindAuthChap object and the rbnBindAuthPap object must be true, or this object is not instantiated.

With SNMP set operations, if the value of this object is true, then both the rbnBindAuthChap object and the rbnBindAuthPap object must also be specified as 'true'.

This object is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • authBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, then the rbnBindAuthPapFirst object is not instantiated for this entry.

When performing a set operation on a row that involves one of these bind types, specification of this column is optional.

If not specified, this object is not instantiated.

rbnBindMaxSessions

rbnBindEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.13

Unsigned32

1–65535

The maximum number of concurrent sessions allowed on the circuit.; applicable only to circuits that have an encapsulation of type PPPoE. If the circuit is not of this type, then this entry is ignored.

Specification of this column is optional.

If not specified, this object is not instantiated.

This object is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • authBind

  • sessionBind

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiSubBind

  • multiClipsBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, the rbnBindMaxSessions object is not instantiated for this entry.

The maximum number of concurrent sessions allowed on the circuit depends on the platform, as specified in the following example:

Platform   Sessions     MemSize
-------------------------------
SMS10000       65535 
SMS1800/1000   10000    64MB FE
SMS1800/1000    8000    48MB FE
SMS1800/1000    4000    32MB FE
SMS1800/1000    4000    16MB FE
SMS1800/1000    4000    8MB FE 
SMS500          2000 

rbnBindvcSlot

rbnBindEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.14

RbnSlot

Unsigned32

(0–255)

Chassis slot number associated with this binding.

Use the 'dot1qBind' type for binding an ATM or Frame Relay PVC to an Ethernet port using the specified VLAN ID in the rbnBindVpn object.

This object is applicable only when the rbnBindType values is dot1qBind.

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, then the rbnBindPvcSlot object is not instantiated for this entry.

rbnBindPvcPort

rbnBindEntry 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.15

RbnPort

Unsigned32

0–255

Chassis port number associated with this binding.

Use the 'dot1qBind' type for binding an ATM or Frame Relay PVC to an Ethernet port using the specified VLAN ID in the rbnBindVpn object.

This object is applicable only when the rbnBindType value is dot1qBind.

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not do1qBind, the rbnBindPvcPort object is not instantiated for this entry.

rbnBindVpn

rbnBindEntry 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.16

Unsigned32

2–4094

The specific tag to which the PVC is mapped on the specified Ethernet port.

Use the 'dot1qBind' type for binding an ATM or Frame Relay PVC to an Ethernet port using the specified VLAN ID in the rbnBindVpn object.

This object is applicable only when the rbnBindType value is dot1qBind.

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not dot1qBind, the rbnBindVpn object is not instantiated for this entry.

rbnBindAuthDhcp

rbnBindEntry 17

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.17.1.1.1.17

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If 'true', specifies an authentication mechanism where the DHCP server makes a request to the authentication subsystem on receipt of incoming DHCP discover packets.

This object is applicable only when one of the following rbnBindType values is specified:

  • multiIntfBind

  • multiClipsBind

If the value of the rbnBindType object is not one of these bind types, then the rbnBindAuthDhcp object is not instantiated for this entry.

When performing a set operation on a row that involves one of these bind types, if either the rbnBindAuthChap object or the rbnBindAuthPap object or both are specified, the rbnBindAuthDhcp object can not be specified. This object is read-create.

1.9   RBN-BRIDGE-MIB

Provides notification when a bridging loop has been detected.

To return information about a specific instance of a bridge in a context, you can use the following syntax during a MIB walk:

community_string@bridge name@context name

The following sections contain object information for RBN-BRIDGE-MIB.

1.9.1   RBN-BRIDGE-MIB Objects

Table 11 describes objects in RBN-BRIDGE-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 11    Objects in RBN-BRIDGE-MIB

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnBridgeNotifyEnable

rbnBridgeNotify 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.1.1

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

This object provides a mechanism for enabling and disabling bridge circuit state notifications. A value of true indicates that bridge circuit state notifications are enabled. A value of false indicates that bridge circuit state notifications are disabled. This object is read-write.

rbnBridgeGroupName

rbnBridgeNotify 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–32)

Identifier for the bridge instance. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnBridgeCircuitDescriptor

rbnBridgeNotify 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–255)

A descriptor for identifying the bridge circuit. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnBridgeCircuitStatus

rbnBridgeNotify 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.1.4

Integer

1—blocked

2—cleared

The status of the circuit in the bridge if it is blocked or cleared based on loop detection. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnBridgeGroupContextName

rbnBridgeNotify 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.1.5

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–64)

The context in which the circuit is defined. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnBridgePortPreviousState

rbnBridgeNotify 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.1.6

Integer

1—deleted

2—disabled

3—blocked

4—listening

5—learning

6—forwarding

The state of the bridge port.

1.9.2   rbnBridgeIdTable

This table contains the bridge identifier.

Index: rbnBridgeName

Table 12 describes the attributes in rbnBridgeIdTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 12    Objects in rbnBridgeIdTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnBridgeName

rbnBridgeIdEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.2.1.1.1

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–32)

The bridge name. This object is not accessible.

rbnBridgeId

rbnBridgeIdEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.2.1.1.2

Integer32

1– 65535

The bridge identifier referring to this bridge. This object is read-only.

1.9.3   rbnBridgePortCctDescrTable

This table contains a bridge port number and its circuit description.

Index: dot1dBasePort

Table 13 describes the object in rbnBridgePortCctDescrTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 13    Objects in rbnBridgePortCctDescrTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnBridgePortCctDescr

rbnBridgePortCctDescrEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.42.1.2.2.1.1

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–64)

The circuit description of this bridge port.

1.10   RBN-BULKSTATS-MIB

Manages bulk-statistics-gathering functions on SmartEdge router.

The following sections contain information for RBN-BULKSTATS-MIB.

1.10.1   RBN-BULKSTATS-MIB Objects

Table 14 describes the objects for RBN-BULKSTATS-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 14    Objects for RBN-BULKSTATS-MIB

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrIpAddrType

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfr 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.21.1.1.1

InetAddressType

Integer

0—unknown

1—ipv4

2—ipv6

16—dns

The address type contained in the rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrIpAddr object.

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrIpAddr

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfr 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.21.1.1.2

InetAddress

String

SIZE (0–255)

The IP Address of the receiver station to which transfer of bulk statistics data was last attempted.

If the IP address type is unknown, or if no transfers have occurred, a zero-length string is returned.

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrStatus

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfr 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.21.1.1.3

Integer

1—none

2—success

3—genError

4—loginFailed

5—badFilename

6—remoteHostFailed

7—other

The status of the last bulk statistics data transfer.

1.10.2   rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrTable

Monitors the last attempted transfer of the bulk statistics data for each bulkstats policy. All rows in this table are accessible when the context 'local' is specified in the SNMP message. SNMP requests using other contexts return only the row that matches the context.

Index: vacmContextName, rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrPolicy

Table 15 describes the attributes in rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 15    Objects in rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrIpAddrType2

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.21.1.1.4.1.2

InetAddressType

Integer

0—unknown

1—ipv4

2—ipv6

‘6—dns

The address type contained in the rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrIpAddr2 object.

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrIpAddr2

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.21.1.1.4.1.3

InetAddress

String

SIZE (0–255)

The IP Address of the receiver station to which transfer of bulk statistics data was last attempted.

If the IP address type is unknown, or if no transfers have occured, a zero-length string is returned.

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrStatus2

rbnBulkStatsLastTrfrEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.21.1.1.4.1.4

Integer

1—none

2—success

3—genError

4—loginFailed

5—badFilename

6—remoteHostFailed

7—other

The status of the last bulk statistics data transfer. This object is read-only.

1.11   RBN-CARDMON-MIB

Manages the controller, alarm, and traffic card alarm functions. For a list of controller and traffic card alarms supported by this MIB, see the MIBs capability file.

The following sections contain object information for RBN-CARDMON-MIB.

1.11.1   rbnCardAlarmActiveTable

Contains the card alarms currently active on the system.

Index: rbnCardAlarmSlot, rbnCardAlarmActiveIndex

Table 16 describes the attributes in rbnCardAlarmActiveTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 16    Objects in rbnCardAlarmActiveTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCardAlarmId

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.3

RbnAlarmId

Integer

1—unknown

2—cpFail

3—cpBackplaneFail

4—diagFail

5—voltageFail

6—controllerSwitchFail

7—controllerTempCritical

8—controllerFail

9—controllerDiagFail

10—cpPowerOnDiagFail

11—controllerPowerOnDiagFail

12—cpOverheat

13—controllerOverheat

14—backplaneclkfail

15—btciferror

16—btcnotready

17—cpbackplanedegrade

18—cpcardcodemismatch

19—cpmismatch

20—cpmissing

21—cpresetcomplete

22—downloadcompleted

23— downloadfailed

24—syncfail

25—backupfail

26—controllercardcodemismatch

27— controllercardtypemismatch

28—controllermissing

29—controlleroverheat

30—controllerswitchauto

31—controllerswitchcompleted

32—controllerswitchexfailed

33—controllerswitchforced

34—controllerswitchmanual

35—localfantrayinventfail

36—localinventfail

37—localbackplaneinventfail

38—lostm2m

39—nonvolatilememfail

40—peerhwincompatible

41—peerinventfail

42—peermodeincompatible

43—peersharedformatmismatch

44—rtclockfail

45—mic1missing

46—mic2missing

47—mic1mismatch

48—mic2mismatch

49—mic1voltagefailure

50—mic2voltagefailure

An identifier for the alarm.

rbnCardAlarmType

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.4

RbnAlarmType

Integer

51—mic1overheat

52—mic2overheat

53—mic1failure

54—mic2failure

55—mic1podfail

56—mic2podfail

57—mic1diagnosticfail

58—mic2diagnosticfail

59—ethtransceiverrxpowerhi

60—ethtransceiverrxpowerlo

61—ethtransceivertemphi

62—ethtransceivertemplo

63—ethtranceivervoltagehi

64—ethtranceivervoltagelo

65—ethtransceiverbiashi

66—ethtransceiverbiaslo

67—ethtransceivertxpowerhi

68—ethtransceivertxpowerlo

69—ethtransceiveraux1hi

70—ethtransceiveraux1lo

71—ethtransceiveraux2hi

72—ethtransceiveraux2lo

73—ethtransceiverlvcc5hi

74—ethtransceiverlvcc5lo

75—ethtransceiverlvcc3hi

76—ethtransceiverlvcc3lo

77—ethtransceiverlvcc2hi

78—ethtransceiverlvcc2lo

The type of the alarm.

rbnCardAlarmDateAndTime

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.5

DateAndTime

N/A

The local date and time when the alarm was raised.

rbnCardAlarmDescription

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.6

SnmpAdmin String

SIZE (0–64)

A text string that conveys additional information about the alarm.

rbnCardAlarmProbableCause

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.7

RbnAlarm ProbableCause

Integer

1—aIS

3—degradedSignal

4—farEndReceiverFailure

5—framingError

6—lossOfFrame

7—lossOfPointer

8—lossOfSignal

9—payloadTypeMismatch

10- transmissionError

12—excessiveBER

13—pathTraceMismatch

14—unavailable

15—signalLableMismatch

17—receiveFailure

18—transmitFailure

19—modulationFailure

20—demodulationFailure

21—linkFailure

22—configurationMismatch

23—concatenationMismatch

51—pbackplaneFailure

53—equipmentIdDuplication

54—externalIFDeviceProblem

55—lineCardProblem

56—multiplexerProblem

57—nEIdentifierDuplication

58—powerProblem

59—processorProblem

60—protectionPathFailure

61—receiverFailure

62—replaceableUnitMissing

63—replaceableUnitTypeMismatch

The probable cause for this alarm.

rbnCardAlarmProbableCause

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.7

 

64—syncSourceMismatch

65—terminalProblem

66—timingProblem

67—transmitterFailure

68—trunkCardProblem

69—replaceableUnitProblem

70—realTimeClockFailure

101—airCompressorFailure

102—airConditioningFailure

103—airDryerFailure

104—batteryDischarging

106—commercialPowerFailure

107—coolingFanFailure

108—engineFailure

109—fireDetectorFailure

110—fuseFailure

111—generatorFailure

112—lowBatteryThreshold

113—pumpFailure

114—rectifierFailure

115—rectifierHighVoltage

116—rectifierLowVoltage

117—ventilationsSystemFailure

118—enclosureDoorOpen

119—explosiveGas

120—fire

121—flood

122—highHumidity

123—highTemperature

124—highWind

125—iceBuildUp

126—intrusionDetection

127—lowFuel

128—lowHumidity

 

rbnCardAlarmProbableCause

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.7

 

129—lowCablePressure

130—lowTemperature

131—lowWater

132—smoke

133—toxicGas

149—customized

151—storageCapacityProblem

152—memoryMismatch

153—corruptData

154—outOfCPUCycles

155—sfwrEnvironmentProblem

156—sfwrDownloadFailure

157—lossOfRealTime

158—reinitialized

159—operationNotification

160—operationFailure

1001—lossOfTimingSource

1002—apsChannelProcessingFailure

1003—apsByteFailure

1004—apsChannelMatchFailure

1005—apsModeMismatch

1007—lossOfTUMultiframeIndicator

1010—pathSelectorFailure

1011—blsrDefaultKBytes

1012—blsrInconsistentAPSCodes

1013—blsrNodeIdMismatch

1014—blsrImproperAPSCodes

1015—blsrSquelching

1016—blsrInvalidNeighbour

1017—blsrInvalidRingMap

1018—blsrInvalidRingId

1019—blsrIncompleteRingConfig

1020—blsrIncompleteETConfig

1021—blsrNodeIncorrectOrientation

 

rbnCardAlarmSeverity

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.8

RbnAlarmPerceivedSeverity

Integer

1—cleared

2—critical

3—major

4—minor

5—warning

The perceived severity of the alarm.

rbnCardAlarmServiceAffecting

rbnCardAlarmActiveEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.1.1.9

RbnAlarmServiceAffecting

Integer

1—yes

2—no

Indicates whether the alarm is perceived to impact service.

1.11.2   rbnCardStatsTable

Contains statistics for each traffic card. This table also provides an entry for the card that contains the Ethernet management port.

Index: rbnCardStatsSlot

Table 17 describes the attributes in rbnCardStatsTable.

Table 17    Objects in rbnCardStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCardStatsTotalCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.2

Gauge32

N/A

Count of all circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsUpCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.3

Gauge32

N/A

Count of circuits in an up state configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsDownCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.4

Gauge32

N/A

Count of circuits in a down state configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsUnboundCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.5

Gauge32

N/A

Count of circuits not bound to an interface that are configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsNoBindCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.6

Gauge32

N/A

Count of circuits configured on the card that are not bound to an interface and are not subscriber or CLIPS circuits.

rbnCardStatsBindTotalCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.7

Gauge32

N/A

Count of all circuits bound to an interface that are configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsBindIfCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.8

Gauge32

N/A

Count of circuits configured on the card that are bound to an interface and are not subscriber circuits.

rbnCardStatsBindAuthCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.9

Gauge32

N/A

Count of subscriber and CLIPS bind authentication circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsBindSubCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.10

Gauge32

N/A

Count of bind subscriber, including CLIPS, and bind auto-subscriber circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsAtmCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.11

Gauge32

N/A

Count of ATM circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsEthCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.12

Gauge32

N/A

Count of Ethernet circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsPppCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.13

Gauge32

N/A

Count of PPP circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsPppoeCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.14

Gauge32

N/A

Count of PPPoE circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsDot1qCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.15

Gauge32

N/A

Count of 802.1Q circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsFrCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.16

Gauge32

N/A

Count of Frame Relay circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsChdlcCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 17

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.17

Gauge32

N/A

Count of Cisco HDLC circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsGreCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 18

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.18

Gauge32

N/A

Count of GRE circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsMplsCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 19

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.19

Gauge32

N/A

Count of MPLS circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsClipsCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 20

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.20

Gauge32

N/A

Count of CLIPS circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsVplsCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 21

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.21

Gauge32

N/A

Count of VPLS circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsIpipCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 22

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.22

Gauge32

N/A

Count of IP-in-IP tunnel circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsIpv6v4ManualCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 23

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.23

Gauge32

N/A

Count of IPv6v4-manual tunnel circuits configured on the card.

rbnCardStatsIpv6v4AutoCircuits

rbnCardStatsEntry 24

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.31.1.2.1.24

Gauge32

N/A

Count of IPv6v4-auto tunnel circuits configured on the card.

1.11.3   Example

You can use the RBN-CARDMON-MIB to obtain the 802.1q PVC tunnel circuit count for each slot for trending analysis. The rbnCardStatsTable is indexed by slot number.

The following example gets a slot-level count for a specific circuit type:

sh-3.00$ snmpbulkwalk -v2c -cpublic -m RBN-CARDMON-MIB SE-lab2 rbnCardStatsDot1qCircuits

RBN-CARDMON-MIB::rbnCardStatsDot1qCircuits.7 = Gauge32: 0

RBN-CARDMON-MIB::rbnCardStatsDot1qCircuits.11 = Gauge32: 2

Use the following CLI to view the information for a circuit:

[local]#show circuit summary
Summary:
total: 7
up: 7        down: 0
bound: 5     unbound: 2
auth: 0      interface: 5   subscriber: 0    bypass: 0
no-bind: 2   atm: 0         chdlc: 0         dot1q: 2
ether: 3     fr: 0          gre: 0
mpls: 0      ppp: 0         pppoe: 0
clips: 0     vpls: 0        ipip: 0
ipsec: 2     ipv6v4-man: 0  ipv6v4-auto: 0 
[local]#

1.12   RBN-CIRCUIT-GROUP-MIB

Defines the objects used to monitor circuit group policies.

The following sections contain object information for RBN-CIRCUIT-GROUP-MIB.

1.12.1   rbnCircuitGroupStatsTable

Contains various transmit, receive, and drop counters for each circuit group.

Index: rbnCctGrpName

Table 18 describes the attributes in rbnCircuitGroupStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 18    Objects in rbnCircuitGroupStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCctGrpTxOctets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets transmitted by the group including its children.

rbnCctGrpTxPackets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.3

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets transmitted by the group including its children.

rbnCctGrpTxMulticastOctets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.4

Counter64

N/A

Number of multicast octets transmitted by the group including its children.

rbnCctGrpTxMulticastPackets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.5

Counter64

N/A

Number of multicast packets transmitted by the group including its children.

rbnCctGrpRxOctets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.6

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets received by the group including its children.

rbnCctGrpRxPackets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.7

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets received by the group including its children.

rbnCctGrpRxMulticastOctets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.8

Counter64

N/A

Number of multicast octets received by the group including its children.

rbnCctGrpRxMulticastPackets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.9

Counter64

N/A

Number of multicast packets received by the group including its children.

rbnCctGrpAdjDroppedOctets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.10

Counter64

N/A

Number of adjacency octets dropped.

rbnCctGrpAdjDroppedPackets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.11

Counter64

N/A

Number of adjacency packets dropped.

rbnCctGrpDownDroppedOctets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.12

Counter64

N/A

Number of down octets dropped.

rbnCctGrpDownDroppedPackets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.13

Counter64

N/A

Number of down packets dropped.

rbnCctGrpUnreachDroppedOctets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.14

Counter64

N/A

Number of unreachable octets dropped.

rbnCctGrpUnreachDroppedPackets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.15

Counter64

N/A

Number of unreachable packets dropped.

rbnCctGrpUnknownEncapsOctets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.16

Counter64

N/A

Number octets dropped due to unknown encapsulation.

rbnCctGrpUnknownEncapsPackets

rbnCircuitGroupStatsEntry 17

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.1.1.17

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets dropped due to unknown encapsulation.

1.12.2   rbnCircuitGroupQTable

Contains various counters for each transmit queue assigned to a circuit group.

Index: rbnCctGrpName, rbnCctGrpQueueId

Table 19 describes the attributes in rbnCircuitGroupQTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 19    Objects in rbnCircuitGroupQTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCctGrpQTxOctets

rbnCircuitGroupQEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.2.1.2

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets transmitted out of this queue.

Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnCctGrpQTxPackets

rbnCircuitGroupQEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.2.1.3

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets transmitted out of this queue.

Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnCctGrpQWredDroppedOctets

rbnCircuitGroupQEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.2.1.4

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets dropped due to the application of a weighted random early detection (WRED) algorithm.

Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnCctGrpQWredDroppedPkts

rbnCircuitGroupQEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.2.1.5

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm.

Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnCctGrpQTailDroppedOctets

rbnCircuitGroupQEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.2.1.6

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue is greater than the maximum threshold.

Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnCctGrpQTailDroppedPkts

rbnCircuitGroupQEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.2.1.7

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue is greater than the maximum threshold.

Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

1.12.3   rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsTable

Contains counters for rate-limiting policies applied to circuit groups.

Index: rbnCctGrpName, rbnCctGrpRLPolicyType

Table 20 describes the attributes in rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 20    Objects in rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyName

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

Name of the rate-limit policy.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyConformOctets

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.3

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that conform to the rate limit set on the circuit group for which counters are enabled.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyConformPkts

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.4

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that conform to the rate limit set on the circuit group for which counters are enabled.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyExceedOctets

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.5

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that exceed the rate limit set on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyExceedPkts

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.6

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that exceed the rate limit set on the interface.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyExceedDroppedOctets

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.7

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that were dropped due to the application of an exceed action on packets that exceed the rate limit set on the circuit group for which counters are enabled.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyExceedDroppedPkts

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.8

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that were dropped due to the application of an exceed action on packets that exceed the rate limit set on the circuit group for which counters are enabled.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyViolateOctets

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.9

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the circuit group for which counters are enabled.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyViolatePkts

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.10

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the circuit group for which counters are enabled.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyViolateDroppedOctets

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.11

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that were dropped due to the application of a violate action on packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the circuit group for which counters are enabled.

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyViolateDroppedPkts

rbnCctGrpRLPolicyStatsEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.3.1.12

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that were dropped due to the application of a violate action on packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the circuit group for which counters are enabled.

1.12.4   rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsTable

Contains counters for rate limit policy classes applied to circuit groups.

Index: rbnCctGrpName, rbnCctGrpRLPolicyType, rbnCctGrpRLClassId

Table 21 describes the attributes in rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 21    Objects in rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCctGrpRLClassName

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

Name of the class in the rate-limiting policy access list.

rbnCctGrpRLClassConformOctets

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.3

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that conform to the policy class rate limit set on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassConformPkts

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.4

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that conform to the policy class rate limit set on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassConformDroppedOctets

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.5

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that were dropped due to the application of a conform action on packets that conform to the policy class rate limit set on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassConformDroppedPkts

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.6

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that were dropped due to the application of a conform action on packets that conform to the policy class rate limit set on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassExceedOctets

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.7

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that exceed the policy class rate limit set on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassExceedPkts

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.8

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that exceed the policy class rate limit set on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassExceedDroppedOctets

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.9

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that were dropped due to the application of an exceed action on packets that exceed the policy class rate limit set on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassExceedDroppedPkts

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.10

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that were dropped due to the application of an exceed action on packets that exceed the policy class rate limit set on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassViolateOctets

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.11

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassViolatePkts

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.12

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassViolateDroppedOctets

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.13

Counter64

N/A

Number of octets that were dropped due to the application of a violate action on packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the circuit group.

rbnCctGrpRLClassViolateDroppedPkts

rbnCctGrpRLClassStatsEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.43.1.4.1.14

Counter64

N/A

Number of packets that were dropped due to the application of a violate action on packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the circuit group.

1.13   RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB

Saves the running SmartEdge router configuration on a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or Trivial FTP (TFTP) server, and loads the SmartEdge router configuration files from a FTP or TFTP server.

The following sections contain object information for RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB.

1.13.1   RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB Objects

Table 22 describes the objects for the RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB.

Table 22    Objects in RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rcfJobSpinLock

rcfJobs 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.1

TestAndIncr

N/A

An advisory lock used to allow several cooperating Command Generator Applications to coordinate their use of facilities to create and modify entries in rcfJobTable. This object is read-write.

rcfJobNextIndex

rcfJobs 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.2

Unsigned32

N/A

The next available index which can be used to create an rcfJobEntry object. This object is read-write.

1.13.2   rcfJobTable

Start and monitor a process that loads a configuration file or saves the current configuration to a file.

Use one of the following methods to create a new entry is:

Entries with a completed state are automatically deleted by the system after some system-dependent time.

Index: rcfJobIndex

Table 23 describes objects for the rcfJobTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 23    Objects in rrcfJobTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rcfJobOp

rcfJobEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.2

Integer

0—load

1—save

The configuration operation to perform. If 'load', the file specified in the rcfJobFilename object is retrieved, parsed, and loaded into the system configuration. If 'save', the current system configuration is written to the file specified in the rcfJobFilename object. This object is read-create.

rcfJobProtocol

rcfJobEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.3

Integer

0—local

1—tftp

2—ftp

The file transfer protocol to use. If 'local', the filename specified in the rcfJobFilename object exists locally on the Redback system (for example, in /flash). If 'tftp', the filename specified in the rcfJobFilename object is read or written from or to the system identified by the rcfJobIpAddress object through the TFTP file transfer protocol. If 'ftp', the filename specified in rcfJobFilename is read or written from or to the system identified by the rcfJobIpAddress object through the FTP file transfer protocol. The values in the rcfJobUsername object and the rcfJobPassword object are used for authentication. The rcfJobPassiveMode object can be used to enable or disable FTP's passive mode. This object is read-create.

rcfJobFilename

rcfJobEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–128)

The name of the source file (loads) or destination file (saves). This object is read-create.

rcfJobIpAddressType

rcfJobEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.5

InetAddressType

Integer

0—unknown

1—ipv4

2—ipv6

16—dns

The address type for the rcfJobIpAddress object. This object is only relevant for nonlocal filenames. If the rcfJobProtocol object equals 'local', any value for this object is ignored. This object is read-create.

rcfJobIpAddress

rcfJobEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.6

InetAddress

String

SIZE (0–255)

The IP address for the file server that contains the source file (loads) or destination file (saves). This object is only relevant for nonlocal filenames. If the rcfJobProtocol object equals 'local', any value for this object is ignored. This object is read-create.

rcfJobUsername

rcfJobEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.7

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–32)

The username to use for authentication with the file server. This object is only relevant for the FTP protocol. If the rcfJobProtocol object does not equal 'ftp', any value for this object is ignored. For security reasons, all SNMP get actions on this object return a zero-length string. This object is read-create.

rcfJobPassword

rcfJobEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.8

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–128)

The password to use for authentication with the file server. A zero-length string value is used for usernames that do not require a password. This object is only relevant for the FTP protocol. If the rcfJobProtocol object does not equal 'ftp', any value for this object will effectively be ignored. For security reasons, all SNMP gets on this object return a zero-length string. This object is read-create.

rcfJobPassiveMode

rcfJobEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.9

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Enables or disables passive mode on FTP connections. This object is only relevant for the FTP protocol. If the rcfJobProtocol object does not equal 'ftp', any value for this object is ignored. This object is read-create.

rcfJobStopAtLine

rcfJobEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.10

Unsigned32

N/A

If this object instance has a non zero value, parsing and loading of the configuration file stops after the specified line number. This object is only relevant for 'load' operations. If the rcfJobOp object does not equal 'load', any value for this object is ignored. This object is read-create.

rcfJobSaveDefaults

rcfJobEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, the default values for all configuration values are saved. If the value of this object is false, only the values that have been explicitly configured are saved. This object is only relevant for 'save' operations. If the rcfJobOp object does not equal 'save', any value for this object is ignored. This object is read-create.

rcfJobState

rcfJobEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.12

Integer

0—pending

1—inProgress

2—completed

The current state of the configuration job.

rcfJobResult

rcfJobEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.13

Integer

0—success

1—other

2—noMemory

3—parse

4—io

5—access

A generic result code. This object is instantiated only when the value of the rcfJobStatus object is completed. More detailed error descriptions can be found in the rcfJobErrorMsgs object.

rcfJobErrorMsgs

rcfJobEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.14

SnmpAdminString

N/A

Detailed error messages generated during the configuration operation. This object is instantiated only when the rcfJobState object equals 'completed'. Note: The amount of error messages produced by a configuration operation may exceed the maximum size of this object (255 bytes). If this happens, the last character in the rcfJobErrorMsgs value is '$' to indicate that a truncation occurred. Note: Some messages that appear when you configure an operation through the CLI are not be seen in the values for this object. For example, on the SMS platform, the CLI displays messages when there is a parse failure. These messages are not be captured in this object.

rcfJobCreateTime

rcfJobEntry 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.15

TimeStamp

N/A

The value of sysUpTime when this job entry was created.

rcfJobStartTime

rcfJobEntry 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.16

TimeStamp

N/A

The value of the sysUpTime object when the rcfJobState object moved from pending to inProgress. This object is not instantiated until the value of the rcfJobState object changes to inProgress. The object is uninstantiated if the value of the rcfJobRowStatus object is set to notInService.

rcfJobStopTime

rcfJobEntry 17

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.17

TimeStamp

N/A

This object is not instantiated until the value of the rcfJobState object changes to completed. The object will be uninstantiated if the rcfJobRowStatus object is set to notInService.

rcfJobNotifyOnCompletion

rcfJobEntry 18

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.18

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, an rcfJobCompleted notification is generated when the job completes. This object is read-create.

rcfJobOwner

rcfJobEntry 19

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.19

OwnerString

String

SIZE (0–127)

This object can be used to identify who created this job entry and when. This object is read-create.

rcfJobRowStatus

rcfJobEntry 20

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.13.1.1.3.1.20

RowStatus

Integer

1—active

2—notInService

3—notReady

4—createAndGo

5—createAndWait

6—destroy

The row status for creating, modifying, or deleting an entry in the table.

Entries with a value of active cannot be modified.

Any attempt to modify an object in this entry while the rcfJobRowStatus object equals 'active' results in an inconsistentValue error.

To modify objects in an active entry, the rcfJobRowStatus object must first be set to notInService.

All entries are automatically deleted by the agent after some system-dependent time. This object is read-create.

1.13.3   Example: Use RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB to Save System Configuration

You can use the RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB to save the system configuration using SNMP.

The rcfJobTable in RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB enterprise MIB is used to save or load configuration files to and from a TFTP or FTP server. To create a save request job, the next available index for rcfJobTable must be obtained using the rcfJobNextIndex object as follows:

sh$ snmpget -c public -v 2c SE-lab2 rcfJobNextIndex.0 
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobNextIndex.0 = Gauge32: 1
sh$

The preceding output shows that the ‘1’ is the next available index. The save config request can be made with rcfJobNextIndex = 1 by creating a row entry in rcfJobTable:

sh$ snmpset -c private -v 2c SE-lab2 rcfJobOp.1 i save rcfJobProtocol.1
 i local rcfJobFilename.1 s /md/snmpsave.cfg rcfJobOwner.1 s jsmith 
rcfJobRowStatus.1 i createAndGo
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobOp.1 = INTEGER: save(1)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobProtocol.1 = INTEGER: local(0)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobFilename.1 = STRING: /md/snmpsave.cfg
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobOwner.1 = STRING: "jsmith"
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobRowStatus.1 = INTEGER: createAndGo(4)
Note:  
The rcfJobOwner object is optional

To view the request status, the rcfJobState object must be retrieved as shown in the following example:

sh$ snmpget -c public -v 2c SE-lab2 rcfJobState.1
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobState.1 = INTEGER: inProgress(1)

After a few seconds, the job status shows ‘completed’ as follows:

sh$ snmpget -c public -v 2c SE-lab2 rcfJobState.1
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobState.1 = INTEGER: completed(2)

The following shows the MIB walk for the table:

sh$ snmpwalk -c public -v 2c SE-lab2 rcfJobs
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobSpinLock.0 = INTEGER: 1
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobNextIndex.0 = Gauge32: 2
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobOp.1 = INTEGER: save(1)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobProtocol.1 = INTEGER: local(0)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobFilename.1 = STRING: /md/snmpsave.cfg
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobStopAtLine.1 = Gauge32: 0
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobSaveDefaults.1 = INTEGER: false(2)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobState.1 = INTEGER: completed(2)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobResult.1 = INTEGER: success(0)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobErrorMsgs.1 = STRING: 
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobCreateTime.1 = Timeticks: (22738049) 2 days,
 15:09:40.49
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobStartTime.1 = Timeticks: (22738049) 2 days,
 15:09:40.49
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobStopTime.1 = Timeticks: (22740317) 2 days,
 15:10:03.17
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobNotifyOnCompletion.1 = INTEGER: false(2)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobOwner.1 = STRING: "jsmith"
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobRowStatus.1 = INTEGER: active(1)

The following shows an example of saving the file to an FTP server:

sh$ snmpset -c public -v 2c SE-lab2 rcfJobOp.2 i save rcfJobProtocol.2
 i ftp rcfJobIpAddressType.2 i ipv4

rcfJobIpAddress.2 d 172.16.8.2 rcfJobUsername.2 s lab rcfJobPassword.2
 s lab123 rcfJobFilename.2 s snmpsave.cfg  rcfJobOwner.2 s jsmith 
rcfJobRowStatus.2 i createAndGo 
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobOp.2 = INTEGER: save(1)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobProtocol.2 = INTEGER: ftp(2)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobIpAddressType.2 = INTEGER: ipv4(1)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobIpAddress.2 = Hex-STRING: AC 10 08 02 
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobUsername.2 = STRING: lab
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobPassword.2 = STRING: lab123
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobFilename.2 = STRING: snmpsave.cfg
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobNotifyOnCompletion.2 = INTEGER: false(2)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobOwner.2 = STRING: "jsmith"
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobRowStatus.2 = INTEGER: createAndGo(4)

The following shows an example of loading a configuration file from an FTP server:

sh$ snmpset -c public -v 2c SE-lab2 rcfJobOp.3 i load rcfJobProtocol.3
 i ftp rcfJobIpAddressType.3 i ipv4 rcfJobIpAddress.3 d 172.16.8.2
 rcfJobUsername.3 s lab 

rcfJobPassword.3 s lab123 rcfJobFilename.3 s snmpsave.cfg  
rcfJobOwner.3 s jsmith rcfJobRowStatus.3 i createAndGo 
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobOp.3 = INTEGER: load(0)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobProtocol.3 = INTEGER: ftp(2)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobIpAddressType.3 = INTEGER: ipv4(1)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobIpAddress.3 = Hex-STRING: AC 10 08 02 
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobUsername.3 = STRING: lab
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobPassword.3 = STRING: lab123
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobFilename.3 = STRING: snmpsave.cfg
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobNotifyOnCompletion.3 = INTEGER: false(2)
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobOwner.3 = STRING: "jsmith"
RBN-CONFIG-FILE-MIB::rcfJobRowStatus.3 = INTEGER: createAndGo(4)

The following shows the related CLI commands:

[local]#save configuration ?
/md    Save into the Micro Drive
WORD   source file in format [/dir/]filename
ftp:   File Transfer Protocol
rcp:   Remote Copy Protocol
scp:   Secured Copy Protocol
sftp:  Secured File Transfer Protocol
tftp:  Trivial File Transfer Protocol
<cr>

[local]# configuration ?
WORD   URL of configuration file
ftp:   File Transfer Protocol
rcp:   Remote Copy Protocol
scp:   Secured Copy Protocol
sftp:  Secured File Transfer Protocol
tftp:  Trivial File Transfer Protocol
<cr>

1.14   RBN-CPU-METER-MIB

Manages CPU utilization.

The following sections contain object information for RBN-CPU-METER-MIB.

1.14.1   RBN-CPU-METER-MIB Objects

Table 24 describes the objects in RBN-CPU-METER-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 24    Objects in RBN-CPU-METER-MIB

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCpuMeterFiveSecondAvg

rbnCpuMeterMIBObjects 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.1.1

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

Provides the CPU usage percentage over the first five second period in the scheduler.

rbnCpuMeterOneMinuteAvg

rbnCpuMeterMIBObjects 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.1.2

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

Provides a cumulative average of the CPU usage percentage over a one minute period.

rbnCpuMeterFiveMinuteAvg

rbnCpuMeterMIBObjects 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.1.3

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

Provides a cumulative average of the CPU usage percentage over a five-minute period.

1.14.2   rbnCpuProcTable

This table contains the objects that identify CPU processes. Entries in the table are created or deleted as processes are started or terminated.

Index: IMPLIED rbnCpuProcName

Table 25 describes the attributes in rbnCpuProcTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 25    Objects in rbnCpuProcTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCpuProcName

rbnCpuProcEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.3.1.1.1

DisplayString

SIZE (1–128)

The name for this process.

rbnCpuProcPriority

rbnCpuProcEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.3.1.1.2

Unsigned32

0–255

The priority of this process. This value ranges from 0 to 255, with 0 being the highest priority.

rbnCpuProcTime

rbnCpuProcEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.3.1.1.3

Counter32

N/A

The total time, in milliseconds, spent in this process.

rbnCpuProcCalls

rbnCpuProcEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.3.1.1.4

Counter32

N/A

The number of times that this process has acquired the CPU.

rbnCpuProc5Sec

rbnCpuProcEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.3.1.1.5

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

The average CPU usage in a 5-second window for this process.

rbnCpuProc1Min

rbnCpuProcEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.3.1.1.6

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

The average CPU usage in a 1-minute window for this process.

rbnCpuProc5Min

rbnCpuProcEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.3.1.1.7

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

The average CPU usage in a 5-minute window for this process.

rbnCpuProcLongest

rbnCpuProcEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.6.3.1.1.8

Gauge32

N/A

The maximum time, in milliseconds, spent in this process.

1.14.3   Example

You can use the RBN-CPU-METER-MIB to collect CPU usage periodically for trend analysis that the management system uses.

The five-second-average output looks like this:

sh-3.00$ snmpbulkwalk -v2c -cpublic -m RBN-CPU-METER-MIB oak.lab 
rbnCpuMeterFiveSecondAvg 
RBN-CPU-METER-MIB::rbnCpuMeterFiveSecondAvg.0 = INTEGER: 3

The one-minute-average output looks like this:

sh-3.00$ snmpbulkwalk -v2c -cpublic -m RBN-CPU-METER-MIB oak.lab 
rbnCpuMeterOneMinuteAvg 
RBN-CPU-METER-MIB::rbnCpuMeterOneMinuteAvg.0 = INTEGER: 0

The five-minute-average output looks like this:

sh-3.00$ snmpbulkwalk -v2c -cpublic -m RBN-CPU-METER-MIB oak.lab 
rbnCpuMeterFiveMinuteAvg 
RBN-CPU-METER-MIB::rbnCpuMeterFiveMinuteAvg.0 = INTEGER: 0

The preceding information is obtained using the show process cpustats command as shown in the following example:

[local]rocky#show process cpustats
Total system CPU % usage (5s, 1m, 5m):  3.41,  0.83,  0.29 <output truncated>

1.15   RBN-DHCP-MIB

Provides a table for monitoring the configuration and statistics of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) range thresholds in an interface, and a group of scalars for monitoring the configuration and statistics of DHCP thresholds for the context.

The following sections contain object information for RBN-DHCP-MIB.

1.15.1   DHCP Threshold Per Context Objects

Table 26 describes the DHCP Threshold Per Context Objects in the RBN-DHCP-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 26    Objects in DHCP Threshold Per Context

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold

rbnDhcpMIBObjects 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2

 

N/A

 

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdName

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.1

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–63)

Identifies the context in which a falling or rising per-context threshold event occurs. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdSize

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.2

Unsigned32

N/A

Total number of leases in all DHCP ranges of all interfaces in the context valid in the current view.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdAvailable

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.3

Unsigned32

N/A

Total number of leases available in all DHCP ranges of all interfaces in the context valid in the current view.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdInuse

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.4

Unsigned32

N/A

Total number of leases in use in all DHCP ranges of all interfaces in the context valid in the current view.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingThreshold

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.5

Unsigned32

0–196608

The falling threshold value for the context valid in the current view. Just as the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingThreshold object is the per-interface falling threshold, this object is the per-context falling threshold.

When the sum of the all available DHCP leases in all interfaces of the context valid in the current view reaches the value of this object, a trap, a log message, or both are generated.

Evaluation of whether to perform the action occurs on allocation of a lease from the available pool of leases from any interface within the context.

The values of the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingSendTrap object and the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingLogMessage object determine whether to send a trap or a log message.

If there is no per-context rising threshold, the value of this object is zero and the values of the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingSendTrap object and the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingLogMessage object are false.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingSendTrap

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.6

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching the per-context falling threshold, a trap is sent. See the definition of the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingLogMessage

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.7

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true on reaching the per-context falling threshold, a message is logged. The information contained in the message logged is the same as that included in the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdFallingThresholdMet notification.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingThreshold

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.8

Unsigned32

0– 196608

The rising threshold value for the context valid in the current view. Just as the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingThreshold object is the per interface rising threshold, this object is the per context rising threshold.

When the sum of the all available DHCP leases in all interfaces of the context valid in the current view reaches the value of this object a rising threshold action of a trap, a log message, or both will be generated.

This is a rising threshold, so the evaluation of whether to perform the action occurs upon return of a lease to the available pool of leases defined in any interface within the context.

The action of whether to send a trap or log message is specified by the values of the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingSendTrap object and the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingLogMessage object.

If there is no per context rising threshold, the value of this object will be zero and the values of the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingSendTrap object and the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingLogMessage object will be false.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingSendTrap

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.9

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, upon detection of reaching the per context rising threshold, a trap will be sent. See the definition of the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingThresholdMet object for the information included in the notification.

rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingLogMessage

rbnDhcpCtxThreshold 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.2.10

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, upon detection of reaching the per context rising threshold, a message will be logged. The information contained in the message logged is the same as that included in the rbnDhcpCtxThresholdRisingThresholdMet notification.

1.15.2   rbnDhcpIntfThresholdTable

This table allows monitoring of per-interface DHCP server thresholds through SNMP. This table contains the objects that characterize DHCP server thresholds. Each row in the table corresponds to information about the leases in a DHCP server range for a particular interface and the corresponding capacity, usage, and falling and rising thresholds. Objects defined in this table are only accessible within the context identified in the SNMP protocol (i.e. the community string in SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 or the contextName in SNMPv3).

Index: IMPLIED rbnDhcpIntfThresholdName

Table 27 describes the attributes in rbnDhcpIntfThresholdTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 27    Objects in rbnDhcpIntfThresholdTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdName

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 1

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–80)

The name of the interface. If you configure this entry using another tool (for example, a CLI), you can set it to a length greater than 80 characters. Names that exceed this length are not accessible through SNMP operations. This object is not accessible.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdContextName

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–63)

The name of the context that contains the interface.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdSize

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 3

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of leases reserved for the DHCP server in this interface.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdAvailable

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 4

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of leases available in this interface.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdInuse

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 5

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of leases in use in this interface.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingThreshold

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 6

Unsigned32

0–196608

Value that specifies that enabled falling threshold events are generated when the value of available leases drops to the falling threshold value. The value of available leases drops to the falling threshold value when a lease is taken from the pool. The number of available leases is reported in the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdAvailable object. A falling threshold event is either a notification, a log message, or both. Falling threshold events are enabled if either or both of the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingSendTrap object and the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingLogMessage object are true. A falling threshold event is triggered only on a transition of the value of the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdAvailable object dropping from (rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingThreshold+1) to rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingThreshold.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingSendTrap

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 7

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching a falling threshold, a trap is sent. See the definition of the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingLogMessage

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 8

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching a falling threshold, a message is logged. See the definition of the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdFallingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingThreshold

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 9

Unsigned32

0– 196608

Value that specifies that any enabled rising threshold events are generated when the value of the currently available leases reaches the rising threshold value when a lease is returned to the pool. The number of available leases is reported in rbnDhcpIntfThresholdAvailable. A rising threshold event is a notification, or a log message, or both. Rising threshold events are enabled if either or both of rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingSendTrap and rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingLogMessage are true. A rising threshold event is triggered only on a transition of the value of rbnDhcpIntfThresholdAvailable increasing from (rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingThreshold-1) to rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingThreshold.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingSendTrap

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 10

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching a rising threshold, a trap is sent. See the definition of the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingLogMessage

rbnDhcpIntfThresholdEntry 11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching a rising threshold, a message is logged. See the definition of the rbnDhcpIntfThresholdRisingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

1.15.3   rbnDhcpRangeThresholdTable

This table allows monitoring of DHCP server ranges on interfaces.

This table contains the objects which characterize DHCP server ranges. Each row in the table corresponds to information about the leases in a DHCP server for a particular range on a particular interface and the corresponding capacity, usage, and falling and rising thresholds.

Objects defined in this table are only accessible within the context identified in the SNMP protocol (that is, the community string in SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 or the contextName in SNMPv3).

Index: rbnDhcpRangeThresholdInterfaceIdx, rbnDhcpRangeThresholdAddr

Table 28 describes the attributes in rbnDhcpRangeThresholdTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 28    Objects in rbnDhcpRangeThresholdTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEndAddr

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.3

IpAddress

String

SIZE (4)

The end address of the DHCP range.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdContextName

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–63)

The name of the context that contains the interface.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdInterfaceName

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.5

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–80)

The name of the interface containing the DHCP range.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdSize

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.6

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of leases reserved for the DHCP server in this range.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdAvailable

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.7

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of leases available in this range.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdInuse

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.8

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of leases that are in use in this range.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingThreshold

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.9

Unsigned32

0–196608

Value that specifies that enabled falling threshold events are generated when the value of available leases drops to the falling threshold value. The value of available leases drops to the falling threshold value when a lease is taken from the range. The number of available leases is reported in the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdAvailable object. A falling threshold event is a notification, a log message, or both. Falling threshold events are enabled if either or both of the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingSendTrap object and the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingLogMessage object are true. A falling threshold event is triggered only on a transition of the value of the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdAvailable object dropping from (rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingThreshold+1) to rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingThreshold.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingSendTrap

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.10

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching a falling threshold, a trap is sent. See the definition of the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingLogMessage

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching a falling threshold, a message is logged. See the definition of the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdFallingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingThreshold

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.12

Unsigned32

0– 196608

Value that specifies that any enabled rising threshold events are generated when the value of the currently available leases reaches the rising threshold value when a lease is returned to the range. The number of available leases is reported in the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdAvailable object. A rising threshold event is a notification, a log message, or both. Rising threshold events are enabled if either or both of the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingSendTrap object and the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingLogMessage object are true. A rising threshold event is triggered only on a transition of the value of the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdAvailable object increasing from (rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingThreshold-1) to rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingThreshold.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingSendTrap

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.13

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching a rising threshold, a trap is sent. See the definition of the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingLogMessage

rbnDhcpRangeThresholdEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.30.1.3.1.14

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on reaching a rising threshold, a message is logged. See the definition of the rbnDhcpRangeThresholdRisingThresholdMet notification for the information included in the trap.

1.16   RBN-DS1-MIB

Describes DS-1, E1, and E2 interface objects beyond those instrumented by standard MIBs. RBN-DS1-MIB is not supported on the SmartEdge 100 router.

1.16.1   rbnDsx1ConfigTable

Extends: dsx1ConfigEntry

Table 29 describes the attributes in rbnDsx1ConfigTable, the DS-1 configuration table. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 29    Objects in rbnDsx1ConfigTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnDsx1AlarmSeverity

rbnDsx1ConfigEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.37.1.1.1.1

RbnAlarmPerceivedSeverity

Integer

1—cleared

2—critical

3—major

4—minor

5—warning

The perceived severity of the interface alarm.

rbnDsx1AlarmServiceAffecting

rbnDsx1ConfigEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.37.1.1.1.2

RbnAlarmServiceAffecting

Integer

1—yes

2—no

Indicates whether the interface alarm affects service.

1.17   RBN-DS3-MIB

Describes DS-3 and E3 interface objects, beyond those instrumented by standard MIBs. RBN-DS3-MIB is unsupported on the SmartEdge 100 router.

1.17.1   rbnDsx3ConfigTable

Index: dsx3LineIndex

Table 30 describes the attributes in rbnDsx3ConfigTable, the DS-3 or E-3 configuration table. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 30    Objects in rbnDsx3ConfigTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnDsx3AlarmSeverity

rbnDsx3ConfigEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.38.1.1.1.1

RbnAlarmPerceivedSeverity

Integer

1—cleared

2—critical

3—major

4—minor

5—warning

The perceived severity of the interface alarm.

rbnDsx3AlarmServiceAffecting

rbnDsx3ConfigEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.38.1.1.1.2

RbnAlarmServiceAffecting

Integer

1—yes

2—no

Indicates whether the interface alarm affects service.

1.18   RBN-ENVMON-MIB

Generically manages environmental monitoring functions on SmartEdge router. Alarm conditions that are reported in this MIB are normal, failed, absent, or unknown. A new MIB table, rbnFanSpeedTable, displays the speed of the fan unit on the SmartEdge 100 router.

The following sections contain object information for RBN-ENVMON-MIB.

1.18.1   rbnFanStatusTable

This table contains one row for each fan test point. Note that there is not necessarily a one-to-one relationship between fan test points and fan assemblies; a single test point may be used to monitor the status of multiple fans.

Index: rbnFanIndex

Table 31 describes the attributes in rbnFanStatusTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 31    Objects in rbnFanStatusTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnFanDescr

rbnFanStatusEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.1.1.2

DisplayString

SIZE (0–32)

The description of a fan test point. If an instance of this object is associated with a single fan assembly, the value of this object should be the same as the name by which the assembly is normally referenced. If an instance is associated with multiple fan assemblies, the value of this object should contain the names of all of the fan assemblies being monitored.

rbnFanFail

rbnFanStatusEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.1.1.3

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

The status of a fan test point. If an instance of this object has the value true, then a fan monitored by the test point has failed. If an instance of this object has the value false, then the fan or fans monitored by the test point are operational.

rbnFanStatus

rbnFanStatusEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.1.1.4

Integer

1—normal

2—failed

3—absent

4—unknown

The status of a fan test point. If an instance of this object has the value normal, then the fan or fans monitored by the test point is operational. If an instance of this object has the value failed, then the fan or fans monitored by the test point has failed. If an instance of this object has the value absent, then the fan or fans monitored by this test point is not present. If an instance of this object has the value unknown, then the test point is unable to monitor the fan or fans.

1.18.2   rbnPowerStatusTable

This table contains one row for each power test point. Note that there is not necessarily a one-to-one relationship between power test points and power supply assemblies; a single test point may be used to monitor the status of multiple power supplies.

Index: rbnPowerIndex

Table 32 describes the attributes in rbnPowerStatusTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 32    Objects in rbnPowerStatusTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnPowerDescr

rbnPowerStatusEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.2.1.2

DisplayString

SIZE (0–32)

Description of a power supply test point. If an instance of this object is associated with a single power supply assembly, the value of this object should be the same as the name by which the assembly is normally referenced. If an instance is associated with multiple power supply assemblies, the value of this object should contain the names of all of the power supply assemblies being monitored.

rbnPowerFail

rbnPowerStatusEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.2.1.3

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Status of a power test point. If an instance of this object has the value true, then a power supply monitored by the test point has failed. If an instance of this object has the value false, then the power supply (or supplies) monitored by the test point are operational.

rbnPowerStatus

rbnPowerStatusEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.2.1.4

Integer

1—normal

2—failed

3—absent

4—unknown

Status of a power test point. If an instance of this object has the value normal, the power supply (or supplies) monitored by the test point is operational. If an instance of this object has the value failed, the power supply (or supplies) monitored by the test point has failed. If an instance of this object has the value absent, the power supply (or supplies) monitored by this test point is not present. If an instance of this object has the value unknown, the test point is unable to monitor the power supply (or supplies).

1.18.3   rbnVoltageSensorTable

This table contains one row for each voltage test point. Each physical entity (for example, a card) in the system may have zero or more voltage test points.

Index: entPhysicalIndex, rbnVoltageIndex

Table 33 describes the attributes in rbnVoltageSensorTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 33    Objects in rbnVoltageSensorTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnVoltageDescr

rbnVoltageSensorEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.3.1.2

DisplayString

SIZE (0–48)

Description of a voltage test point. Typically an instance of this object holds a user-friendly description of the physical entity and the level of voltage being monitored by this test point.

rbnVoltageDesired

rbnVoltageSensorEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.3.1.3

RbnVoltage

Unsigned32

0–50000

Desired voltage level for this test point. If the monitored voltage level (rbnVoltageCurrent) is equal to this value, the system is performing as designed.

rbnVoltageCurrent

rbnVoltageSensorEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.3.1.4

RbnVoltage

Unsigned32

0–50000

Current voltage level at this test point.

1.18.4   rbnCpuTempSensorTable

This table contains one row for each CPU temperature sensor. Each physical entity in the system may have zero or more CPUs. Each of those CPUs that has a temperature sensor, appears here.

Index: entPhysicalIndex, rbnCpuTempIndex

Table 34 describes the attributes in rbnCpuTempSensorTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 34    Objects in rbnCpuTempSensorTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnCpuTempDescr

rbnCpuTempSensorEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.4.1.2

DisplayString

SIZE (0–48)

Description of a CPU temperature test point. Typically an instance of this object holds a user-friendly description of the physical entity and a description of the CPU being monitored by this test point.

rbnCpuTempCurrent

rbnCpuTempSensorEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.4.1.3

RbnTemperature

Unsigned32

0–100

Current temperature of this CPU.

1.18.5   rbnFanSpeedTable

This table contains one row for each fan unit within a fan test point.

Index: rbnFanIndex, rbnFanUnitID

Table 35 describes the attributes in rbnFanSpeedTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 35    Objects in rbnFanSpeedTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnFanUnitDescr

rbnFanSpeedEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.5.1.2

DisplayString

SIZE (0–32)

Description of the fan unit within a fan test point.

rbnFanSpeedCurrent

rbnFanSpeedEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.4.1.5.1.3

RbnFanSpeed

Unsigned32

N/A

Current speed of this fan unit.

1.19   RBN-FAST-VRRP-MIB

Describes objects used for managing Redback Fast Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (FVRRP) routers.

1.19.1   rbnFastVrrpOperTable

A table contains rbnFastVrrpOperEntry entries.

Index: ifIndex, rbnFastVrrpOperVrId

Table 36 describes the attributes in rbnFastVrrpOperTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 36    Objects in rbnFastVrrpOperTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnFastVrrpOperVrIdrbnFastVrrpOperEntry 11.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.45.1.1.1.1

VrIdInteger32

(1...255)

This object contains the Virtual Router Identifier (VRID) of Fast VRRP routers.

rbnFastVrrpOperAdvertisementIntervalrbnFastVrrpOperEntry 21.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.45.1.1.1.2

Integer32

(100...999) milliseconds

The Fast VRRP advertisement messages time interval in milliseconds. This MIB object is used to replace the standard vrrpOperAdvertisementInterval (seconds) when Fast VRRP is enabled. Either vrrpOperAdvertisementInterval or rbnFastVrrpOperAdvertisementInterval is valid based on the VRRP configurations

1.20   RBN-IP-BIND-MIB

Monitors IP interface binding to physical ports and circuits as they are represented in the IF-MIB.

1.20.1   rbnIpBindTable

A table that shows IP interface bindings to physical ports and circuit encapsulation layers as they are represented in the IF-MIB. This table displays all IP interface bindings in all contexts but is only visible from the local context.

Index: ifIndex, rbnIpBindCircuitHandle

Table 37 describes the attributes in rbnIpBindTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 37    Objects in rbnL2tpTunnelCntTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnIpBindIfIndex

rbnIpBindEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.26.1.1.1.2

InterfaceIndexOrZero

Integer32

0–2147483647

If the IP interface is bound to a port, channel, subchannel, or virtual circuit that is included in the IF-MIB, this object contains the ifIndex of that layer; otherwise, this object is set to zero.

rbnIpBindHierarchicalIfIndex

rbnIpBindEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.26.1.1.1.3

InterfaceIndexOrZero

Integer32

0–2147483647

If the IP interface is bound to a port, channel, subchannel, or virtual circuit that is not included in the IF-MIB, but that interface is part of a port stack that is included in the IF-MIB, this object contains the ifIndex of the port encapsulation layer that sits on top of that port stack. If the rbnIpBindIfIndex object is set to a nonzero value, this object is set to zero.

rbnIpBindCircuitDescr

rbnIpBindEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.26.1.1.1.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–192)

Descriptive version of the rbnIpBindCircuitHandle object that is consistent with information displayed in the CLI. On the SmartEdge router, this string is formatted as slot/port:channel:subchannel authority/level/index, with the exception that channel and subchannel are only included when appropriate. For example, 4/1 1/2/7, 4/1:1 1/2/7 or 4/1:1:1 1/2/7.

rbnIpBindContextName

rbnIpBindEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.26.1.1.1.5

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–63)

Name of the context in which this IP interface is defined.

1.21   RBN-IPPOOL-MIB

Provides information that matches the information displayed by the show ip pool falling-threshold command (in any mode).

The following sections contain object information for RBN-IPPOOL-MIB.

1.21.1   IP Pool Per-Context Objects

Table 38 describes the IP pool per-context objects. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 38    Objects in rbnL2tpTunnelCntTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnIpPoolContextName

rbnIpPoolSummary 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.1

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–63)

Name of the context containing the IP pool.

rbnIpPoolContextAvailable

rbnIpPoolSummary 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.2

Unsigned32

N/A

Total number of IP addresses available in all pools of all interfaces in the context valid in the current view.

rbnIpPoolContextThreshold

rbnIpPoolSummary 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.3

Unsigned32

N/A

Per-context threshold of an IP pool is the value for currently available per-context addresses, as reported in the rbnIpPoolContextAvailable object, which causes a trap or log message to be generated when this value is reached. A trap or log message is sent only on a transition of the value of available address from (rbnIpPoolContextThreshold+1) addresses to rbnIpPoolContextThreshold addresses. Additionally, sending of the trap or log message is subject to the values of the rbnIpPoolContextSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolContextLogMessage object. A value of zero means there is no per-context threshold.

rbnIpPoolContextSendTrap

rbnIpPoolSummary 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.4

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on a per-context threshold crossing event, a trap is sent. See the definition of the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdMet object for the information included in the trap. Both the rbnIpPoolContextSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolContextLogMessage object can be true at the same time.

rbnIpPoolContextLogMessage

rbnIpPoolSummary 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.5

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on a per-context threshold crossing event, a message is logged. The information contained in the message logged is the same as that included in the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdMet trap. Both the rbnIpPoolContextSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolContextLogMessage object can be true at the same time.

rbnIpPoolContextTotalSize

rbnIpPoolSummary 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.6

Unsigned32

N/A

Total number of IP addresses configured in all pools of all interfaces in the context valid in the current view. The value of this object is the sum of the available addresses plus the unusable addresses.

1.21.2   rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentTable

Use this table to monitor the status of per-context IP pool percentage thresholds through SNMP. This table contains the objects that identify information about per-context IP pool thresholds, expressed in percentage. Each row in the table corresponds to one IP pool percentage threshold configured within a particular context. Objects defined in this table are only accessible within the context identified in the SNMP protocol (that is, the community string in SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 or the contextName in SNMPv3).

Index: rbnIpPoolContextThresholdIndex

Table 39 describes the attributes in rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 39    Objects in rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentage

rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.7.1.2

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

Threshold for the percentage of the number of currently available IP pool addresses against the total number of IP pool addresses configured within the context. An SNMP trap or log message is sent only when the current value, which is the percentage of the rbnIpPoolContextAvailable object and the rbnIpPoolContextTotalSize object truncated to a whole number, is less than or equal to this threshold, and the percentage value at the last check was greater than this threshold. Additionally, sending of the SNMP trap or logging a message is subject to the values of the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdLogMessage object.

rbnIpPoolContextThresholdSendTrap

rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.7.1.3

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on a per-context threshold crossing event, an SNMP trap is sent. See the definition of the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentageMet object for the information included in the trap.

The values of both the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdLogMessage object can be true.

rbnIpPoolContextThresholdLogMessage

rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.2.7.1.4

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If the value of this object is true, on a per-context threshold crossing event, a message is logged. The information contained in the message logged is the same as that included in the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdPercentageMet trap.

The values of both the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolContextThresholdLogMessage object can be true.

1.21.3   rbnIpPoolTable

Use this table to monitor the status of IP pools on SMS systems through SNMP. This table contains the objects that identify information about IP pools. Each row in the table corresponds to one IP pool for a given interface within a particular context. Objects defined in this table are only accessible within the context identified in the SNMP protocol (that is, the community string in SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 or the contextName in SNMPv3).

Index: rbnIpPoolInterfaceIdx, rbnIpPoolAddr

Table 40 describes the attributes in rbnIpPoolTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 40    Objects in rbnL2tpTunnelCntTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnIpPoolInterfaceName

rbnIpPoolEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–127)

The name of the interface containing the IP pool.

rbnIpPoolMask

rbnIpPoolEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.4

IpAddress

String

SIZE (4)

The subnet mask of the IP pool. This object is instantiated for IP pools of type subnet only.

rbnIpPoolSize

rbnIpPoolEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.5

Unsigned32

N/A

The size of the IP pool is the sum of the available addresses plus the unusable addresses.

rbnIpPoolAvailable

rbnIpPoolEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.6

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of addresses of an IP pool that are available.

rbnIpPoolUnusable

rbnIpPoolEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.7

Unsigned32

N/A

Unusable IP addresses in an IP pool, consisting of the IP address of the interface and those used by the network address and the broadcast address of the interface.

rbnIpPoolInuse

rbnIpPoolEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.8

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of addresses of an IP pool that are in use.

rbnIpPoolThreshold

rbnIpPoolEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.9

Unsigned32

0–65535

The value of currently available IP addresses, as reported in the rbnIpPoolAvailable object, which causes a trap or log message to be generated when this value is reached. This is a falling threshold, so a trap or log message is sent only on a transition of the value of available address from (rbnIpPoolThreshold+1) addresses to rbnIpPoolThreshold addresses. Additionally, the action of sending the trap or log message is subject to the values of the rbnIpPoolSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolLogMessage object. A value of zero means there is no threshold.

rbnIpPoolSendTrap

rbnIpPoolEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.10

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If true, on reaching a per-pool threshold event, a trap is sent. See the definition of the rbnIpPoolThresholdMet object for the information included in the trap. Both the rbnIpPoolSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolLogMessage object are allowed to be TRUE at the same time.

rbnIpPoolLogMessage

rbnIpPoolEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If true, on detection of reaching a per-pool threshold event, a message is logged. The information contained in the message is the same as that included in the rbnIpPoolThresholdMet trap. Both the rbnIpPoolSendTrap object and the rbnIpPoolLogMessage object can be true at the same time.

rbnIpPoolName

rbnIpPoolEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.12

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–32)

The name of the IP pool.

rbnIpPoolType

rbnIpPoolEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.13

Integer

0—subnet

1—range

The type of the IP pool.

rbnIpPoolEndAddr

rbnIpPoolEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.15.1.1.1.14

IpAddress

String

SIZE (4)

The end address of the IP pool. This object is instantiated for range IP pools only.

1.22   RBN-L2TP-MIB

Defines the objects used to monitor Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) configuration information.

The following sections describe object information for RBN-L2TP-MIB.

1.22.1   rbnL2tpPeerCfgTable

This table contains objects that you can use to display information about an L2TP Peer.

Index: rbnL2tpMibPeerName

Table 41 describes the attributes for rbnL2tpPeerCfgTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 41    Objects in rbnL2tpPeerCfgTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnL2tpPCfgMedia

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 2

String

0–10

Transport media utilized between communicating peers. A media length of 0 means that no transport media type was set. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgVendor

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 3

String

0–60

Vendor of L2TP stack running on the remote peer. The length of the string is zero if no vendor name can be obtained from the peer.

rbnL2tpPCfgRev

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 4

Unsigned32

N/A

Firmware revision for the L2TP protocol stack running on the remote peer.

rbnL2tpPCfgHostName

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 5

String

0–255

The name assigned to this peer on the remote host system. A host name length of 0 means that this information could not be obtained from the remote host.

rbnL2tpPCfgRadius

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 6

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Whether a RADIUS server has been configured for this peer group. A value of true (1) indicates that there is a RADIUS server, it is used for authenticating and authorizing access to a tunnel in this group, and accounting information is sent to the RADIUS server. A value of false (2) indicates that there is no RADIUS server, and authentication and authorization are performed locally.

rbnL2tpPCfgRemIPAddType

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 7

InetAddressType

Integer

0- unknown

1—ipv4

2—ipv6

16—dns

The address type contained in the rbnL2tpPCfgRemIPAdd object.

rbnL2tpPCfgRemIPAdd

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 8

InetAddress

String

SIZE (0–255)

The remote IP address for this tunnel (utilized only with UDP). This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgStatic

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 9

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Indicates whether the tunnel is static or dynamic. A value of true (1) means that it is static. A value of (2) indicates that it is dynamic. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgLocalIPAddType

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 10

InetAddressType

N/A

Identifies the address type contained in the rbnL2tpPCfgLocalIPAdd object.

rbnL2tpPCfgLocalIPAdd

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 11

InetAddress

String

SIZE (0–255)

The local IP address for this tunnel (utilized only with UDP). This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgMode

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 12

LacLnsType

Integer

1—other

2—lac

3—lns

4—lacLns

Indicates whether the peer is operating as an LNS, a LAC, or both. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgMaxTunnels

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 14

Gauge32

N/A

The maximum number of tunnels that can be configured on this peer. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgMaxSesPerTun

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 15

Gauge32

N/A

The maximum number of sessions that can be allocated to one tunnel. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgCtlRetranCnt

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 16

Counter32

N/A

The number of times that a control packet was retransmitted.

rbnL2tpPCfgCtlRetranTO

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 17

Unsigned32

0–255

The control retransmit timeout in seconds. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgSessAuth

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 18

AuthType

Integer

0—other

1—pap

2—chap

3—chapPap

The session authentication type. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgCtlWin

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 19

Gauge32

0–65535

The control window size. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgDNIS

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 20

DNISType

Integer

0—other

1—dnis

2—dnisonly

Indicates whether the criteria used for a tunnel switch is Dialed Number Identification String first (a value of (1)), DNIS only (a value of (2)) or that no preference has been set (a value of (0)). This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgPoliceRate

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 21

Unsigned32

N/A

The received aggregate stream limit, in kilobits per second (kbps). This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgPoliceBurst

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 22

Unsigned32

N/A

The packet burst tolerance for tunnels received by this peer group. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgLimitRate

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 23

Unsigned32

N/A

The limit of the aggregate packet stream transmitted through a tunnel in kpbs. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgLimitBurst

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 24

Unsigned32

N/A

The packet burst tolerance limit transmitted on a tunnel. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgGroup

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 25

SnmpAdminString

N/A

The L2TP group assigned to this peer. Each peer configuration can be assigned only one tunnel group. A length of 0 means that the group name was not assigned.

rbnL2tpPCfgPref

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 26

Unsigned32

N/A

The RADIUS-based preference number (used by tunnel groups only). A lower number indicates a higher preference. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgPasswd

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 27

SnmpAdminString

0–20

The password used for this account when performing the connection handshake protocol with the remote host. A length of 0 indicates that no password has been assigned. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgHelloTimer

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 28

Unsigned32

0–3600

The interval (in seconds) in which Hello (or keepalive) packets are sent by local tunnels belonging to this tunnel configuration. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgRecQue

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 29

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Indicates whether there is receive queueing of out-of-sequence messages. A value of true (1) indicates that the messages are queued.

rbnL2tpPCfgSessContext

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 30

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

The name of the session context. A size of 0 indicates that the context could not be determined. Any context name length greater than 80 is truncated. This object holds a value for PPPoE only. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgSessService

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 31

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–20)

The service group to which this session belongs. A length of 0 indicates that no service group was assigned. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgEthEncap

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 32

EthEncapType

Integer

0—other

1—ethPpoe

2—ethMulti

3—ethernet

The Ethernet encapsulation type. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgEthSession

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 33

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–20)

The Ethernet session of which this is a part. This object is set only for non-PPPoE sessions; otherwise, it has a zero length. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgTunnelCount

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 34

Counter32

N/A

The number of tunnels that are active for this peer configuration. This object is read-create.

rbnL2tpPCfgTunCtlErrs

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 35

Counter32

N/A

The number of tunnel control errors encountered by tunnels connected to this peer.

rbnL2tpPCfgSessionCount

rbnL2tpPeerCfgEntry 36

Counter32

N/A

The of sessions that are part of this peer.

1.22.2   rbnL2tpTunnelCfgTable

This table contains objects related to L2TP Tunnel information.

Index: rbnL2tpMibTunnelID

Table 42 describes the attributes for rbnL2tpTunnelCfgTable, L2TP Peer Information Table. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 42    Objects in rbnL2tpPeerCfgTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnL2tpTCfgTunnelNm

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–80)

The local name of the tunnel.

rbnL2tpTCfgPeerName

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–80)

The remote peer to which this tunnel is connected.

rbnL2tpTCfgTunCtlErrs

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.4

Counter32

N/A

The number of tunnel control errors encountered by this tunnel.

rbnL2tpTCfgLastCtlErr

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.5

CtlErrType

N/A

The value of the last control error.

rbnL2tpTCfgLastCErrTime

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.6

DateAndTime

N/A

The time of the last control error.

rbnL2tpTCfgTunDataErrs

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.7

Counter32

N/A

The number of tunnel data errors.

rbnL2tpTCfgLastDataErr

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.8

Unsigned32

N/A

The value of the last tunnel data error.

rbnL2tpTCfgLastDErrTime

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.9

DateAndTime

N/A

The time of the last tunnel data error.

rbnL2tpTCfgSessionCount

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.10

Gauge32

N/A

The number of sessions belonging to this tunnel.

rbnL2tpTCfgTotActSessions

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.11

Counter32

N/A

The total number of sessions that, at some time, reached the established state.

rbnL2tpTCfgActSessCnt

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.12

Gauge32

N/A

The total number of sessions that are presently in the established state.

rbnL2tpTCfgTotFailSessions

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.13

Counter32

N/A

The number of sessions that failed to reach the established state.

rbnL2tpMibTunnelState

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.14

TunStateType

N/A

The current state of the tunnel.

rbnL2tpTCfgRemoteTunnelID

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.15

Unsigned32

0–65535

The remote tunnel ID. A value of zero indicates that the remote tunnel ID could not be determined.

rbnL2tpTCfgTunnelContext

rbnL2tpTunnelCfgEntry 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.2.1.16

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

Identifies the context of this tunnel. The empty context name (zero length) indicates that the context could not be determined. Any context name length greater than 80 is truncated.

1.22.3   rbnL2tpPeerCntTable

This table contains objects related to the L2TP Peer Statistics Table.

Index: IMPLIED rbnL2tpMibPeerName

Table 43 describes the attributes for rbnL2tpPeerCntTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 43    Objects in rbnL2tpPeerCntTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnL2tpPCDataPktSent

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 1

Counter32

N/A

A count of the total number of data packets sent through tunnels that are part of this group to the L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpPCDataPktRx

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 2

Counter32

N/A

A count of the total number of data packets received through tunnels that are part of this group from the L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpPCDataByteSent

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 3

Counter32

N/A

Count of the total number of data bytes sent through tunnels that are part of this group to the L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpPCDataByteRx

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 4

Counter32

N/A

A count of the total number of data bytes received through tunnels that are part of this group from the L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpPCCtlPktSent

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 5

Counter32

N/A

A count of the total number of control packets sent through tunnels that are part of this group to the L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpPCCtlPktRx

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 6

Counter32

N/A

A count of the total number of control packets received through tunnels that are a part of this group from the L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpPCCtlByteSent

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 7

Counter32

N/A

A count of the total number of control bytes sent through tunnels that are a part of this group to the L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpPCCtlByteRx

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 8

Counter32

N/A

A count of the total number of control bytes received through tunnels that are a part of this group from the L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpPCPolicePktDrop

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 9

Counter32

N/A

The total number of packets received from L2TP peers of tunnels that are a part of this group that were dropped.

rbnL2tpPCRatePktDrop

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 10

Counter32

N/A

The total number of packets transmitted to the L2TP peers of tunnels in this group that were dropped.

rbnL2tpPCTxSCCRQCnt

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 11

Counter32

N/A

A count of the SCCRQ transmits for this group.

rbnL2tpPCRxSCCRQCnt

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 12

Counter32

N/A

A count of the received SCCRQs for this group.

rbnL2tpPCActTunnels

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 13

Gauge32

N/A

The number of the active tunnels for this group.

rbnL2tpPCTunnelCtlErr

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 14

Counter32

N/A

The total number of tunnel control errors for all of the tunnels that are a part of this group.

rbnL2tpPCSessionCount

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 15

Gauge32

N/A

The total number of sessions for this group.

rbnL2tpPCTunnelDataErr

rbnL2tpPeerCntEntry 16

Counter32

N/A

The total number of tunnel data errors reported by members of this group.

1.22.4   rbnL2tpTunnelCntTable

This table contains objects related to L2TP tunnel statistics.

Index: rbnL2tpMibTunnelID

Table 44 describes the attributes for rbnL2tpTunnelCntTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 44    Objects in rbnL2tpTunnelCntTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnL2tpTCDataPktSent

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 1

Counter32

N/A

The number of data packets sent from this platform through this tunnel to its peer.

rbnL2tpTCDataPktRcvd

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 2

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets received from the L2TP peer for this tunnel.

rbnL2tpTCDataByteSent

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 3

Counter32

N/A

The number of data bytes sent from this platform through this tunnel to its peer.

rbnL2tpTCDataByteRcvd

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 4

Counter32

N/A

The number of data bytes received from the L2TP peer for this tunnel.

rbnL2tpTCCntrlPktSent

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 5

Counter32

N/A

The number of control packets sent from this platform through this tunnel to its L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpTCCntrlPktRcvd

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 6

Counter32

N/A

The number of control packets received from the L2TP peer for this tunnel.

rbnL2tpTCCntrlByteSent

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 7

Counter32

N/A

The number of control bytes sent from this platform through this tunnel to its L2TP peer.

rbnL2tpTCCntrlByteRcvd

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 8

Counter32

N/A

The number of control bytes received from the L2TP peer of this tunnel.

rbnL2tpTCPolicePktDrop

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 9

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets received from the L2TP peer of this tunnel that were dropped.

rbnL2tpTCRatePktDrop

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 10

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets transmitted from this platform through this tunnel that were dropped.

rbnL2tpTCCntrlErr

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 11

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of control errors that were detected.

rbnL2tpTCLastCtlErr

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 12

CtlErrType

N/A

The last control error for this tunnel that was detected.

rbnL2tpTCLastCtlErrTime

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 13

DateAndTime

N/A

The time that the last control error for this tunnel was detected.

rbnL2tpTCMaxResendQ

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 14

Gauge32

N/A

The maximum length of the resend queue.

rbnL2tpTCMaxUnsentQ

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 15

Gauge32

N/A

The maximum length of the unsent queue.

rbnL2tpTCCurResendQ

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 16

Gauge32

N/A

The current length of the resend queue.

rbnL2tpTCCurUnsentQ

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 17

Gauge32

N/A

The current length of the unsent queue.

rbnL2tpTCCurWindow

rbnL2tpTunnelCntEntry 18

Gauge32

N/A

The current window size.

1.22.5   rbnL2tpSessionCntTable

This table contains objects related to L2TP Statistics.

Index: rbnL2tpMibTunnelID, rbnL2tpMibSessionID

Table 45 describes the attributes for rbnL2tpSessionCntTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 45    Objects in rbnL2tpSessionCntTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnL2tpSCPktSent

rbnL2tpSessionCntEntry 2

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets sent by this platform in this session.

rbnL2tpSCPktRcvd

rbnL2tpSessionCntEntry 3

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets received by this platform in this session.

rbnL2tpSCByteSent

rbnL2tpSessionCntEntry 4

Counter32

N/A

The number of bytes sent by this platform in this session.

rbnL2tpSCByteRcvd

rbnL2tpSessionCntEntry 5

Counter32

N/A

The number of bytes received by this platform in this session.

rbnL2tpSCMcastPktSent

rbnL2tpSessionCntEntry 6

Counter64

N/A

The number of multicast packets sent by this platform in this session.

rbnL2tpSCMcastPktRcvd

rbnL2tpSessionCntEntry 7

Counter64

N/A

The number of multicast packets received by this platform in this session.

rbnL2tpSCMcastByteSent

rbnL2tpSessionCntEntry 8

Counter64

N/A

The number of multicast bytes sent by this platform in this session.

rbnL2tpSCMcastByteRcvd

rbnL2tpSessionCntEntry 9

Counter64

N/A

The number of multicast bytes received by this platform in this session.

1.22.6   rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgTable

This table contains objects which identify L2TP peers and tunnels.

Index: rbnL2tpMibPeerName, rbnL2tpMibTunnelID

Table 46 describes the attributes for rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 46    Objects in rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnL2tpPTCfgTunnelRemoteID

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.1

Unsigned32

0–65535

The remote tunnel ID. A value of zero indicates that the remote tunnel ID could not be determined.

rbnL2tpPTCfgTunnelLocalNm

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

The local name that was given to this tunnel. The length of the string is zero if no local name assigned to the tunnel.

rbnL2tpPTCfgTunnelRemoteNm

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–80)

The name that was given to the remote end of this tunnel. The length of the string is zero if no tunnel name can be obtained from the peer.

rbnL2tpPTCfgPeerLocalNm

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

The local peer name. The empty peer name (zero length) indicates that the name could not be determined.

rbnL2tpPTCfgTunnelRemoteIPAddrType

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.5

InetAddressType

Integer

0—unknown

1—ipv4

2—ipv6

16—dns

The address type contained in the rbnL2tpPTCfgTunnelRemoteIPAddr object.

rbnL2tpPTCfgTunnelRemoteIPAddr

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.6

InetAddress

String

SIZE (0–255)

The remote IP address for this tunnel (utilized only with UDP).

rbnL2tpPTCfgTunnelState

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.7

TunStateType

N/A

The current state of the tunnel.

rbnL2tpPTCfgTunnelContext

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.8

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

The context of this tunnel. The empty context name (zero length) indicates that the context could not be determined. Any context name length greater than 80 is truncated.

rbnL2tpPTCfgSessionCount

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.9

Gauge32

N/A

The number of sessions belonging to this tunnel.

rbnL2tpPTCfgActSessCnt

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.10

Gauge32

N/A

The total number of sessions that are presently in the established state.

rbnL2tpPTCfgTotActSessions

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.11

Counter32

N/A

The total number of sessions that, at some time, reached the established state.

rbnL2tpPTCfgTotFailSessions

rbnL2tpPeerTunCfgEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.28.1.8.1.12

Counter32

N/A

The number of sessions that failed to reach the established state.

1.23   RBN-L2VPN-MIB

Provides data that matches the information displayed when entering the show l2vpn command (in any mode) using the xc option.

The following sections describe object information for RBN-L2VPN-MIB.

1.23.1   rbnL2VpnStaticTable

This table contains objects that identify static Layer 2 VPN circuits. Entries in this table are created or deleted when the VPN circuit is configured.

Index: rbnL2VpnStaticPeerAddr, rbnL2VpnStaticVpnLabel

Table 47 describes the attributes in rbnL2VpnStaticTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 47    Objects in rbnL2VpnStaticTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnL2VpnStaticCctHandle

rbnL2VpnStaticEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.1.1.3

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

The internal representation of the physical circuit to which this VPN is connected. A hexidecimal value of ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff indicates an invalid circuit.

rbnL2VpnStaticVpnCctHandle

rbnL2VpnStaticEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.1.1.4

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

The internal representation of the VPN pseudo-circuit.

rbnL2VpnStaticExpBits

rbnL2VpnStaticEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.1.1.5

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of EXP bits configured for this VPN circuit.

rbnL2VpnStaticInputCctUp

rbnL2VpnStaticEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.1.1.6

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

The status of the VPN input circuit. A value of true indicates that the VPN circuit is connected with its remote site. A value of false indicates that the remote site is not presently connected.

rbnL2VpnStaticXcFlags

rbnL2VpnStaticEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.1.1.7

RbnVpnXcFlagsType

0—none

2—deletingSignal

3—deletingConfig

4—inLblmap

5—updating

6—up

7—inLdp

8—fromLdp

9—fromConfig

10—stale

11—expSet

12—ismUp

13—peerUp

14—remoteEncap

15—localCbit

16—remoteCbit

Indicates more detailed information on the status of the VPN circuit. This object is a bit field, so it may contain one or more of these values.

rbnL2VpnStaticIfIndexOrZero

rbnL2VpnStaticEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.1.1.8

InterfaceIndexOrZero

Integer32

0–2147483647

Indicates whether there is a corresponding entry in ifTable. A nonzero value indicates the ifIndex of the entry in ifTable. A value of zero indicates that there is no entry.

1.23.2   rbnL2VpnLdpTable

This table contains objects that identify Layer Distribution Protocol Layer 2 VPN circuits. Entries in this table are created or deleted when the VPN circuit is configured.

Index: rbnL2VpnLdpPeerAddr, rbnL2VpnLdpVcId

Table 48 describes the attributes in rbnL2VpnLdpTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 48    Objects in rbnL2VpnLdpTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnL2VpnLdpCctHandle

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.3

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

The internal representation of the physical circuit to which this VPN is connected. A hexidecimal value of ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff indicates an invalid circuit.

rbnL2VpnLdpVpnCctHandle

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.4

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

The internal representation of the VPN pseudo-circuit.

rbnL2VpnLdpInLabel

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.5

Unsigned32

N/A

The value used by the remote connection to identify this VPN circuit when communicating with the local manager.

rbnL2VpnLdpVpnLabel

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.6

Unsigned32

N/A

The value setup in the local configuration to identify this VPN circuit.

rbnL2VpnLdpRemGrpId

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.7

Unsigned32

N/A

The remote group of which this VPN circuit is a part.

rbnL2VpnLdpLocEncap

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.8

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

The local encapsulation type associated with this VPN circuit.

rbnL2VpnLdpRemEncap

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.9

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

The remote encapsulation type associated with this VPN circuit.

rbnL2VpnLdpLocVcType

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.10

RbnVpnVcType

Integer

0—unknown

1—frame

2—aal5

3—atmTransCell

4—vlan

5—ethernet

6—hdlc

7—ppp

8—cem

9—atmVccCell

10—atmVpcCell

The type of virtual circuit on the local system.

rbnL2VpnLdpRemVcType

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.11

RbnVpnVcType

Integer

0—unknown

1—frame

2—aal5

3—atmTransCell

4—vlan

5—ethernet

6—hdlc

7—ppp

8—cem

9—atmVccCell

10—atmVpcCell

The type of virtual circuit on the remote system.

rbnL2VpnLdpLocMtu

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.12

Unsigned32

N/A

The maximum transmission unit of the local VPN circuit.

rbnL2VpnLdpRemMtu

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.13

Unsigned32

N/A

The maximum transmission unit of the remote connection.

rbnL2VpnLdpXcCctUp

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.14

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

The status of the VPN cross-connect circuit. A value of true indicates that the VPN circuit is connected with its remote site. A value of false indicates that the remote site is not connected.

rbnL2VpnLdpExpBits

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.15

Unsigned32

N/A

The number of EXP bits configured for this VPN circuit.

rbnL2VpnLdpInputCctUp

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.16

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

The status of the VPN input circuit. A value of true indicates that the VPN circuit is connected with its remote site. A value of false indicates that the remote site is not connected.

rbnL2VpnLdpXcFlags

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 17

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.17

RbnVpnXcFlagsType

0—none

2—deletingSignal

3—deletingConfig

4—inLblmap

5—updating

6—up

7—inLdp

8—fromLdp

9—fromConfig

10—stale

11—expSet

12—ismUp

13—peerUp

14—remoteEncap

15—localCbit

16—remoteCbit

More detailed information on the status of the VPN circuit. This object is a bit field, so it may contain one or more of these values.

rbnL2VpnLdpIfIndexOrZero

rbnL2VpnLdpEntry 18

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.39.1.2.1.18

InterfaceIndexOrZero

Integer32

0–2147483647

Indicates whether there is a corresponding entry in ifTable. A nonzero value indicates the ifIndex of the entry in ifTable. A value of zero indicates that there is no entry.

1.24   RBN-MEMORY-MIB

Manages system memory usage.

The following sections describe object information for RBN-MEMORY-MIB.

1.24.1   rbnSmsMemoryTable

This table contains the objects that identify information about SMS memory usage. This table has been obsoleted. The new rbnMemoryTable must be used instead.

Index: rbnSmsMemoryIndex

Table 49 describes the attributes in rbnSmsMemoryTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 49    Objects in rbnSmsMemoryTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSmsMemoryModule

rbnSmsMemoryEntry 2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–32)

The name of the module. This name is the same as that displayed by using the show memory CLI command. Examples include CE, FE, SM 2, and CM 3.

rbnSmsMemoryFreeBytes

rbnSmsMemoryEntry 3

Unsigned32

0–4294967295

The number of unused bytes of memory in this entry.

rbnSmsMemoryBytesInUse

rbnSmsMemoryEntry 4

Unsigned32

0–4294967295

The number of bytes of memory in use in this entry.

rbnSmsMemoryBlocksInUse

rbnSmsMemoryEntry 5

Unsigned32

0–4294967295

The number of blocks of memory in use in this entry. A block of memory is the amount of memory returned by a single call to the memory allocation routine in the AOS system. The size of a block of memory is variable.

You can use this statistic to check for memory leaks. For example, you can note the value, do some operations, undo the operations, then check the value again. The start and end values should match. If they do not, there may be a memory leak.

rbnSmsMemoryCumulBlocks

rbnSmsMemoryEntry 6

Unsigned32

0–4294967295

The cumulative blocks count for this entry. This object indicates the number of times the system called AOS memory since the system booted. You can use this object to measure the how much memory an operation uses by measuring the number times the system calls AOS memory.

1.24.2   rbnMemoryTable

This table contains the objects that identify information about memory usage.

Index: rbnMemoryIndex

Table 50 describes the attributes in rbnMemoryTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 50    Objects in rbnMemoryTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnMemoryModule

rbnMemoryEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.16.1.2.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–32)

The name of the module on which this memory resides.

rbnMemoryFreeKBytes

rbnMemoryEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.16.1.2.1.3

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

The size of unused memory in this entry.

rbnMemoryKBytesInUse

rbnMemoryEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.16.1.2.1.4

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

The size of memory in use in this entry.

rbnMemoryBlocksInUse

rbnMemoryEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.16.1.2.1.5

Unsigned32

0– 4294967295

The number of blocks of memory on this module in use.

You can use this statistic to check for memory leaks. For example, you can note the value, do some operations, undo the operations, then check the value again. The start and end values should match. If they do not, there may be a memory leak.

rbnMemoryCumulBlocks

rbnMemoryEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.16.1.2.1.6

Unsigned3

0– 4294967295

The cumulative blocks count for this entry. In some systems, this count indicates how many times the system called the memory allocation routine since the system booted.

You can use this object to measure the how much memory an operation uses by measuring the number times the system calls the memory allocation routine.

1.25   RBN-NOTIFY-ENHANCE-MIB

Enhances the notification objects on Redback devices.

1.25.1   RBN-NOTIFY-ENHANCE-MIB Objects

Table 51 describes the general objects in RBN-NOTIFY-MIB. All objects in the table are accessible-for-notify.

Table 51    Objects in rbnL2tpTunnelCntTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnNESlot

rbnNEGeneral 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.36.1.1.1

RbnSlot

Unsigned32

(0–255)

Represents the chassis slot number in which the entity associated with the notification is contained. A value of '0' indicates that the entity is not contained in a chassis slot.

rbnNECardName

rbnNEGeneral 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.36.1.1.2

DisplayString

SIZE (0–255)

A textual description of the traffic card associated with the notification.

rbnNECardOp

rbnNEGeneral 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.36.1.1.3

Integer

1—insert

2—remove

3—other

Represents the operation performed on the traffic card associated with the notification.

rbnNECircuitId

rbnNEGeneral 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.36.1.1.4

DisplayString

SIZE (0–255)

Represents a string that identifies the circuit associated with the notification. On the SmartEdge router, this string is formatted as slot-port-channel-subchannel, channel and subchannel are only included when appropriate.

1.26   RBN-PRODUCT-MIB

Contains the administrative assignments which are used to uniquely identify physical components.

1.26.1   RBN-PRODUCT-MIB Objects

Table 52 describes objects in RBN-PRODUCT-MIB.

Table 52    Objects in RBN-PRODUCT-MIB

Object and Object Identifier

Value Range

Type

Description

rbnEntModuleSE20PortGIGE

rbnEntityTypeModule 72

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.72

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the 20-port PPA3- or PMA3-based Gigabit Ethernet media interface connect module

rbnEntModuleSE4Port10GIGE

rbnEntityTypeModule 73

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.73

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the 4-port PPA3- or PMA3-based 10 Gigabit Ethernet media interface connect module

rbnEntModuleSE10GIGETM

rbnEntityTypeModule 74

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.74

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 10 Gigabit Ethernet traffic management interface module

rbnEntPortSE10GIGETM

rbnEntityTypePort 69

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.69

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 10 Gigabit Ethernet traffic management interface port

rbnEntityTypeFan

rbnEntities 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.7

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as *fan*

rbnEntModuleSEAIMOC12E

rbnEntityTypeModule 58

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.58

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge ATM OC-12 enhanced interface module

rbnEntModuleSE100XC

rbnEntityTypeModule 61

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.61

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 cross-connect module

rbnEntPortSMSPIMHSSI

rbnEntityTypePort 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.9

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet HSSI interface port

rbnEntPowerSupplySMS1000DC

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.3

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1000 DC power supply, model PS-1K-DC

rbnEntBackplaneSMS500Power

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.4

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 500 power backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSE1200Data

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.13

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 1200 data backplane entity

rbnEntityTypeChassis

rbnEntities 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as chassis

rbnEntityTypeBackplane

rbnEntities 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as *backplane*

rbnEntityTypeContainer

rbnEntities 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as *container*

rbnEntityTypeModule

rbnEntities 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as *module*

rbnEntBackplaneSE800Data

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.10

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 800 data backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSMS1000Data

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.1

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1000 data backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSE400Data

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.11

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 400 data backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSE100Data

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 12 1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.12

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 data backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSMS1000Power

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.2

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1000 power backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSMS500Data rbnEntityTypeBackplane 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.3

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 500 data backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSMS1800Data

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.5

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1800 data backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSMS1800Power

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 61.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.6

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1800 power backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSMS10000Midplane

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.7

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 10000 midplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSMS2800Data

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.8

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 2800 data backplane entity

rbnEntBackplaneSMS2800Power

rbnEntityTypeBackplane 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.4.9

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 2800 power backplane entity

rbnEntChassisSMS1000

rbnEntityTypeChassis 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.1

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1000 chassis entity

rbnEntChassisSMS500

rbnEntityTypeChassis 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.2

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 500 chassis entity

rbnEntChassisSMS1800

rbnEntityTypeChassis 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.3

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1800 chassis entity

rbnEntChassisSMS10000

rbnEntityTypeChassis 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.4

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 10000 chassis entity

rbnEntChassisSMS2800

rbnEntityTypeChassis 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.5

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 2800 chassis entity

rbnEntChassisSE800

rbnEntityTypeChassis 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.6

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 800 chassis entity

rbnEntChassisSE400

rbnEntityTypeChassis 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.7

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 400 chassis entity

rbnEntChassisSE100

rbnEntityTypeChassis 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.8

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 chassis entity

rbnEntChassisSE1200

rbnEntityTypeChassis 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.3.9

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 1200 chassis entity

rbnEntContainerSMS10000IO

rbnEntityTypeContainer 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.10

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 10000 IO container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS1000Data

rbnEntityTypeContainer 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.1

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1000 data container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS2800Power

rbnEntityTypeContainer 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.11

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 2800 Power container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS2800CSM

rbnEntityTypeContainer 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.12

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 2800 CSM container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS2800IO

rbnEntityTypeContainer 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.13

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 2800 IO container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSE800Data

rbnEntityTypeContainer 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.14

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 800 data container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSE400Data

rbnEntityTypeContainer 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.15

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 400 data container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSE100Data

rbnEntityTypeContainer 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.16

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 data container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSE100Carrier

rbnEntityTypeContainer 17

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.17

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 carrier container (MIC-card holder) entity

rbnEntContainerSE1200Data

rbnEntityTypeContainer 18

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.18

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 1200 data container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS1000Power

rbnEntityTypeContainer 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.2

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1000 power container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS500Data

rbnEntityTypeContainer 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.3

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 500 data container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS500Power

rbnEntityTypeContainer 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.4

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 500 power container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS1800Data

rbnEntityTypeContainer 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.5

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1800 data container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS1800Power

rbnEntityTypeContainer 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.6

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1800 power container (slot) entity.

rbnEntContainerSMS10000Fabric

rbnEntityTypeContainer 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.7

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 10000 fabric container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS10000Timing

rbnEntityTypeContainer 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.8

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 10000 timing container (slot) entity

rbnEntContainerSMS10000SMCM

rbnEntityTypeContainer 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.5.9

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 10000 SM/CM container (slot) entity

rbnEntModuleSMSFE1

rbnEntityTypeModule 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.10

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Forwarding Engine 1

rbnEntModuleUnknown

rbnEntityTypeModule 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.1

N/A

N/A

The identifier used to represent any module that cannot be definitively identified, often because configuration EEPROM is not valid

rbnEntModuleSMSFE2

rbnEntityTypeModule 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.12

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS forwarding engine 2

rbnEntModuleSMSPIMDS1

rbnEntityTypeModule 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.14

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet DS-1 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSPIMCDS3

rbnEntityTypeModule 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.15

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Channelized DS-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSCE1

rbnEntityTypeModule 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.16

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS control engine 1

rbnEntModuleSMSCE2

rbnEntityTypeModule 17

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.17

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS control engine 2

rbnEntModuleSMSCE3

rbnEntityTypeModule 18

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.18

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS control engine 3

rbnEntModuleSMSAIMT1

rbnEntityTypeModule 20

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.20

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM T1 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSPIME1

rbnEntityTypeModule 22

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.22

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet E1 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSAIME1

rbnEntityTypeModule 23

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.23

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM E1 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSPOSOC3

rbnEntityTypeModule 24

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.24

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS POS OC-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSPOSOC12

rbnEntityTypeModule 25

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.25

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS POS OC-12 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSGIGEIM

rbnEntityTypeModule 26

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.26

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Gigabit Ethernet interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSAIMOC12

rbnEntityTypeModule 27

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.27

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM OC-12 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSIPSEC

rbnEntityTypeModule 28

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.28

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS IPsec interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSFABRIC

rbnEntityTypeModule 29

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.29

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS switch fabric module

rbnEntModuleSMSCM

rbnEntityTypeModule 30

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.30

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS connection manager module

rbnEntModuleSMSAIMOC3

rbnEntityTypeModule 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.3

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM OC-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSTIMING

rbnEntityTypeModule 31

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.31

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS timing module

rbnEntModuleSMSSM

rbnEntityTypeModule 32

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.32

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS system manager module

rbnEntModuleSMSFE3

rbnEntityTypeModule 35

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.35

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS forwarding engine 3

rbnEntModuleSMSCSM

rbnEntityTypeModule 36

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.36

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the connection system manager (CSM) module

rbnEntModuleSMSXFE

rbnEntityTypeModule 40

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.40

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS extended forwarding engine

rbnEntModuleSMSAIMDS3

rbnEntityTypeModule 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.4

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM DS-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEXC

rbnEntityTypeModule 41

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.41

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge cross-connect module

rbnEntModuleSEEIM

rbnEntityTypeModule 42

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.42

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 10/100BaseT Ethernet interface module

rbnEntModuleSEGIGEIM

rbnEntityTypeModule 43

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.43

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Gigabit Ethernet interface module

rbnEntModuleSEPOSOC12

rbnEntityTypeModule 44

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.44

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge POS OC-12 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEPOSOC48

rbnEntityTypeModule 45

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.45

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge POS OC-48 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEPOSOC3

rbnEntityTypeModule 46

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.46

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge POS OC-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSECHOC12DS1

rbnEntityTypeModule 47

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.47

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Channelized OC-12 DS-1 interface module

rbnEntModuleSECHOC12DS3

rbnEntityTypeModule 48

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.48

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Channelized OC12 DS-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEAIMOC3

rbnEntityTypeModule 49

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.49

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge ATM OC-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEAIMOC12

rbnEntityTypeModule 50

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.50

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge ATM OC-12 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSAIME3

rbnEntityTypeModule 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.5

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM E3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSECHDS3

rbnEntityTypeModule 51

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.51

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Channelized DS-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEDS3

rbnEntityTypeModule 52

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.52

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge DS-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEAIMDS3

rbnEntityTypeModule 53

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.53

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge ATM DS-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSECHSTM1E1

rbnEntityTypeModule 54

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.54

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Channelized STM-1 to E1 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEE1

rbnEntityTypeModule 55

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.55

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge E1 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEXC3

rbnEntityTypeModule 56

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.56

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge cross-connect module version 3

rbnEntModuleSEE3

rbnEntityTypeModule 57

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.57

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge E3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSEGIGETM

rbnEntityTypeModule 59

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.59

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Gigabit Ethernet with traffic management module

rbnEntModuleSE10GIGEIM

rbnEntityTypeModule 60

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.60

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 10 Gigabit Ethernet interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSEIM

rbnEntityTypeModule 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.6

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 10/100BaseT Ethernet interface module

rbnEntModuleSE100EMIC

rbnEntityTypeModule 62

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.62

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 10/100BaseT Ethernet media interface connect module

rbnEntModuleSE100FXMIC

rbnEntityTypeModule 63

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.63

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 FX-100 Ethernet Media interface connect module

rbnEntModuleSE100GERJMIC

rbnEntityTypeModule 64

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.64

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 Gigabit Ethernet Media interface connect module

rbnEntModuleSE100GEFXMIC

rbnEntityTypeModule 65

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.65

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the 100 FX-1000 Ethernet Media interface connect module

rbnEntModuleSEXC4

rbnEntityTypeModule 66

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.66

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge cross-connect module version 4

rbnEntModuleSE100AIMOC3MIC

rbnEntityTypeModule 67

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.67

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 2-port ATM OC-3 media interface connect module

rbnEntModuleSEASE

rbnEntityTypeModule 68

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.68

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Advanced Services Engine module

rbnEntModuleSEFE60GE2

rbnEntityTypeModule 69

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.69

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the FE60GE2 Ethernet interface module

rbnEntModuleSEPOSOC192

rbnEntityTypeModule 70

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.70

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge POS OC-192 media interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSPIMDS3

rbnEntityTypeModule 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.7

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet DS-3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSPIME3

rbnEntityTypeModule 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.8

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet E3 interface module

rbnEntModuleSMSPIMHSSI

rbnEntityTypeModule 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.9.9

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet HSSI interface module

rbnEntPortUnknown

rbnEntityTypePort 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.1

N/A

N/A

The identifier used to represent any module that cannot be definitively identified, often because configuration EEPROM is not valid

rbnEntPortSMSPIMDS1

rbnEntityTypePort 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.14

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet DS-1 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSPIMCDS3

rbnEntityTypePort 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.15

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Channelized DS-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSCE1MGMT

rbnEntityTypePort 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.16

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Control Engine 1, Local management port

rbnEntPortSMSCE2MGMT

rbnEntityTypePort 17

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.17

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Control Engine 2, Local management port

rbnEntPortSMSCE3MGMT

rbnEntityTypePort 18

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.18

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Control Engine 3, Local management port

rbnEntPortSMSAIMT1

rbnEntityTypePort 20

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.20

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM T1 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSPIME1

rbnEntityTypePort 22

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.22

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet E1 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSAIME1

rbnEntityTypePort 23

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.23

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM E1 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSPOSOC3

rbnEntityTypePort 24

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.24

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS POS OC-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSPOSOC12

rbnEntityTypePort 25

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.25

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS POS OC-12 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSGIGEIM

rbnEntityTypePort 26

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.26

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Gigabit Ethernet interface port

rbnEntPortSMSAIMOC12rbnEntityTypePort 27 1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.27

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM OC-12 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSAIMOC3

rbnEntityTypePort 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.3

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM OC-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSCSMMGMT

rbnEntityTypePort 36

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.36

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the Connection System Manager (CSM), Local management port

rbnEntPortSMSAIMDS3

rbnEntityTypePort 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.4

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM DS-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSEXCMGMT

rbnEntityTypePort 41

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.41

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Cross Connect, Local management port

rbnEntPortSEEIM

rbnEntityTypePort 42

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.42

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 10/100BaseT Ethernet interface port

rbnEntPortSEGIGEIM

rbnEntityTypePort 43

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.43

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Gigabit Ethernet interface port

rbnEntPortSEPOSOC12

rbnEntityTypePort 44

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.44

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge POS OC-12 interface port

rbnEntPortSEPOSOC48

rbnEntityTypePort 45

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.45

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge POS OC-48 interface port

rbnEntPortSEPOSOC3

rbnEntityTypePort 46

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.46

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge POS OC-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSECHOC12DS1

rbnEntityTypePort 47

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.47

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Channelized OC-12 DS-1 interface port

rbnEntPortSECHOC12DS3

rbnEntityTypePort 48

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.48

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Channelized OC-12 DS-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSEAIMOC3

rbnEntityTypePort 49

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.49

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge ATM OC-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSEAIMOC12

rbnEntityTypePort 50

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.50

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge ATM OC-12 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSAIME3

rbnEntityTypePort 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.5

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS ATM E3 interface port

rbnEntPortSECHDS3

rbnEntityTypePort 51

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.51

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Channelized DS-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSEDS3

rbnEntityTypePort 52

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.52

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge DS-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSEAIMDS3

rbnEntityTypePort 53

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.53

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge ATM DS-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSECHSTM1E1

rbnEntityTypePort 54

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.54

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Channelized STM-1 to E1 interface port

rbnEntPortSEE1

rbnEntityTypePort 55

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.55

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge E1 interface port

rbnEntPortSEXC3MGMT

rbnEntityTypePort 56

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.56

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Cross Connect 3, Local management port

rbnEntPortSEE3

rbnEntityTypePort 57

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.57

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge E3 interface port

rbnEntPortSEAIMOC12E

rbnEntityTypePort 58

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.58

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge ATM OC-12 Enhanced interface port

rbnEntPortSEGIGETM

rbnEntityTypePort 59

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.59

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Gigabit Ethernet with Traffic management interface port

rbnEntPortSE10GIGEIM

rbnEntityTypePort 60

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.60

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 10 Gigabit Ethernet interface port

rbnEntPortSMSEIM

rbnEntityTypePort 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.6

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 10/100BaseT Ethernet interface port

rbnEntPortSE100XCMGMT

rbnEntityTypePort 61

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.61

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 Cross Connect, Local management port

rbnEntPortSE100EIM

rbnEntityTypePort 62

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.62

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 10/100BaseT Ethernet interface port

rbnEntPortSE100FXIM

rbnEntityTypePort 63

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.63

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 FX-100 Ethernet interface port

rbnEntModuleSE100GERJMIC

rbnEntityTypePort 64

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.64

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 Gigabit Ethernet interface port

rbnEntModuleSE100GEFXMIC

rbnEntityTypePort 65

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.65

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 FX-1000 Ethernet interface port

rbnEntPortSEXC4MGMT

rbnEntityTypePort 66

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.66

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge Cross Connect 4, Local management port

rbnEntPortSE100AIMOC3

rbnEntityTypePort 67

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.67

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 100 ATM OC-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSEPOSOC192

rbnEntityTypePort 68

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.68

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge POS OC-192 interface port.

rbnEntPortSMSPIMDS3

rbnEntityTypePort 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.7

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet DS-3 interface port

rbnEntPortSMSPIME3

rbnEntityTypePort 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10.8

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS Packet E3 interface port

rbnEntPowerSupplySMS1000AC

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.2

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1000 AC Power Supply, model PS-1K-AC

rbnEntPowerSupplySMS500AC

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.4

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 500 AC Power Supply

rbnEntPowerSupplySMS500DC

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.5

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 500 DC Power Supply

rbnEntPowerSupplySMS1800AC

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.6

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1800 AC Power Supply

rbnEntPowerSupplySMS1800DC

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.7

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 1800 DC Power Supply

rbnEntPowerSupplySMS2800AC

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.8

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 2800 AC Power Supply

rbnEntPowerSupplySMS2800DC

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.9

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SMS 2800 DC Power Supply

rbnEntSensorAlarmSE400

rbnEntityTypeSensor 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.8.1

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 400 alarm card

rbnEntityTypeOther

rbnEntities 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.1

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as other

rbnEntityTypePort

rbnEntities 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.10

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as *port*

rbnEntityTypeUnknown

rbnEntities 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.2

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as unknown

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply

rbnEntities 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities that reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as *powerSupply*

rbnEntityTypeSensor

rbnEntities 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.8

N/A

N/A

The top-level category identifier for entities which reside in the value of the PhysicalClass ENTITY-MIB object as *sensor*

rbnEntFanSE800

rbnEntityTypeFan 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.7.1

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 800 fan tray

rbnEntFanSE400

rbnEntityTypeFan 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.7.2

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 400 fan tray

rbnEntFanSE1200

rbnEntityTypeFan 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.7.3

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier for the SmartEdge 1200 fan tray

rbnEntPowerSupplyUnknown

rbnEntityTypePowerSupply 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.6.6.1

N/A

N/A

The identifier used to represent any power supply that cannot be definitively identified, often because its configuration EEPROM is not valid

rbnSmartEdge800

rbnProducts 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.10

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SmartEdge 800

rbnSMS1000

rbnProducts 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.1

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SMS 1000

rbnSmartEdge400

rbnProducts 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.11

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SmartEdge 400

rbnSmartEdge100

rbnProducts 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.12

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SmartEdge 100

rbnSmartEdge1200

rbnProducts 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.13

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SmartEdge 1200

rbnSMS500

rbnProducts 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.2

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SMS 500

rbnSMS1800

rbnProducts 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.3

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SMS 1800

rbnSMS10000

rbnProducts 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.4

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SMS 10000

rbnSmartEdgeIDT

rbnProducts 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.5

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SmartEdge IDT

rbnEsp200

rbnProducts 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.6

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the ESP 200

rbnEsp5000

rbnProducts 71.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.7

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the ESP 5000

rbnEsp6000

rbnProducts 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.8

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the ESP 6000

rbnSMS2800

rbnProducts 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.1.9

N/A

N/A

The definitive identifier of the SMS 2800

1.27   RBN-PVC-MIB

Defines the objects used to support the creation, deletion, and management of ATM and Ethernet 802.1Q PVCs.

The following sections describes the object information for RBN-PVC-MIB.

1.27.1   rbnAtmPvcConfigTable

This table contains the objects that identify and configure ATM PVCs.

Index: rbnAtmPvcSlot, rbnAtmPvcPort, rbnAtmPvcVpi, rbnAtmPvcVci

Table 53 describes the attributes for rbnAtmPvcConfigTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 53    Objects in rbnAtmPvcConfigTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnAtmPvcProfileName

rbnAtmPvcConfigEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.1.1.5

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–63)

The profile name to use with the PVC.

rbnAtmPvcEncapsulation

rbnAtmPvcConfigEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.1.1.6

RbnAtmEncapsulation

Integer

0—unknown

1—auto1483

2—bridge1483

3—multi1483

4—route1483

5—l2tp

6—l2tpVcMuxed

7—ppp

8—pppAuto

9—pppOverEthernet

10—pppSerial

11—pppNlpid

12—pppLlc

13—pppVcMuxed

14—raw

15—dot1q1483

16—clips1483

17—pppAutoNopoe

18—cell

The encapsulation to use with the PVC.

rbnAtmPvcRowStatus

rbnAtmPvcConfigEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.1.1.8

RowStatus

Integer

1—active

2—notInService

3—notReady

4—createAndGo

5—createAndWait

6—destroy

The row status for creating, modifying, or deleting an entry in the table.

rbnAtmPvcCircuitType

rbnAtmPvcConfigEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.1.1.9

RbnPvcCircuitType

Integer

1—explicit

2—explicitRange

3— onDemandRange

4—protection

The PVC circuit type. For this MIB object, only those entries with an rbnAtmPvcCircuitType object that has a value 'explicit' can be removed by setting the rbnAtmPvcRowStatus object equal to 'destroy'. A set operation with the rbnAtmPvcRowStatus object equal to 'destroy' on any row with the rbnAtmPvcCircuitType object not equal to 'explicit' results in an INCONSISTENT_VALUE_ERROR.

rbnAtmPvcCircuitHandle

rbnAtmPvcConfigEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.1.1.1

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

Used internally to uniquely identify a circuit. The value of this object can be used to correlate entries with those in rbnBindTable defined in the RBN-BIND-MIB.

rbnAtmPvcClearCircuit

rbnAtmPvcConfigEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.1.1.11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

When this object is true, the system clears active subscriber sessions on the specified circuit. When false, there is no action taken. This object can only be written when the conceptual row exists. When this object is set to true and the encapsulation of the circuit is bridged or routed (for example, bridge1483 or route1483), subscribers reauthenticate after being cleared. This object is read-create.

1.27.2   rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigTable

This table contains the objects that identify and configure Frame Relay PVCs.

Index: rbnFrameRelayPvcSlot, rbnFrameRelayPvcPort, rbnFrameRelayPvcChannel, rbnFrameRelayPvcDLCI

Table 54 describes the attributes for rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 54    Objects in rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnFrameRelayPvcProfileName

rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigEntry 5

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–63)

The profile name to use with the PVC. This object is read-create.

rbnFrameRelayPvcEncapsulation

rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigEntry 6

RbnFrameRelayEncapsulation

N/A

The encapsulation to use with the PVC. This object is read-create.

rbnFrameRelayPvcRowStatus

rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigEntry 8

RowStatus

Integer

1—active

2—notInService

3—notReady

4— createAndGo

5— createAndWait

6—destroy

The row status for creating, modifying, or deleting an entry in the table. This object is read-create.

rbnFrameRelayPvcCircuitType

rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigEntry 9

RbnPvcCircuitType

Integer

1—explicit

2—

explicitRange

3—

onDemandRange

4—protection

The PVC circuit type. For this MIB object, only those entries with an rbnFrameRelayPvcCircuitType object that has a value of explicit can be removed by setting the rbnFrameRelayPvcRowStatus object equal to destroy. A set operation with the rbnFrameRelayPvcRowStatuss object equal to destroy on any row with the rbnFrameRelayPvcCircuitType not equal to explicit results in an INCONSISTENT_VALUE_ERROR. This object is read-create.

rbnFrameRelayPvcCircuitHandle

rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigEntry 10

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

Used internally to uniquely identify a circuit. The value of this object can be used to correlate entries with those in rbnBindTable defined in the RBN-BIND-MIB.

rbnFrameRelayPvcClearCircuit

rbnFrameRelayPvcConfigEntry 11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

When this object is true, the system clears active subscriber sessions on the specified circuit. When false, there is no action taken. This object can only be written when the conceptual row exists.

When this object is set to true and the encapsulation of the circuit is bridged or routed (for example, bridge1490 or route1490), subscribers re-authenticate after being cleared. This object is read-create.

1.27.3   rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigTable

This table contains the objects that identify and configure IEEE 802.1Q PVCs on Ethernet ports.

Index: rbnDot1qPvcOnEthSlot, rbnDot1qPvcOnEthPort, rbnDot1qPvcOnEthVlanId

Table 55 describes the attributes for rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 55    Objects in rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthRowStatus

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.3.1.4

RowStatus

Integer

1—active

2—notInService

3—notReady

4—createAndGo

5—createAndWait

6—destroy

The row status for creating, modifying, or deleting an entry in the table.

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthProfileName

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.3.1.5

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–63)

The profile name to use with the PVC.

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthEncapsulation

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.3.1.6

RbnDot1qEncap- sulation

Integer

0—unknown

1—ipOverEthernet

2—dot1qMulti

3—pppOverEthernet

4—dot1qRaw

5—dot1qClips

6—dot1qTunnelMulti

7—dot1qTunnelPppOverEthernet

8—dot1qTunnelRaw

9—dot1qTunnelClips

The encapsulation to use with the PVC.

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthCircuitType

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.3.1.7

RbnPvcCircuit Type

Integer

1—explicit

2—explicitRange

3—onDemandRange

4—protection

The PVC circuit type. For this MIB object, only those entries with an rbnDot1qPvcOnEthCircuitType object that has a value of explicit can be removed by setting the rbnDot1qPvcOnEthRowStatus object equal to destroy. A set operation with the rbnDot1qPvcOnEthRowStatus object equal to destroy on any row with the rbnDot1qPvcOnEthCircuitType not equal to explicit results in an INCONSISTENT_VALUE_ERROR.

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthCircuitHandle

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.3.1.8

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

Used internally to uniquely identify a circuit. The value of this object can be used to correlate entries with those in the rbnBindTable object defined in the RBN-BIND-MIB.

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthClearCircuit

rbnDot1qPvcOnEthConfigEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.7.1.3.1.9

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

When this object is true (1), the system clears active subscriber sessions on the specified circuit. When false (2), there is no action taken. This object can be written only when the conceptual row exists. This object is read-create.

1.27.4   rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigTable

This table contains the objects that identify and configure IEEE 802.1Q PVCs on ATM circuits.

Index: rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmSlot, rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmPort, rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmVpi, rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmVci, rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmVlanId

Table 56 describes the attributes for rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 56    Objects in rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmRowStatus

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigEntry 6

RowStatus

Integer

1—active

2—notInService

3—notReady

4—createAndGo

5—createAndWait

6—destroy

The row status for creating, modifying, or deleting an entry in the table.

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmProfileName

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigEntry 7

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–63)

The profile name to use with the PVC.

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmEncapsulation

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigEntry 8

RbnDot1qEncapsulation

Integer

0—unknown

1—ipOverEthernet

2—dot1qMulti

3—pppOverEthernet

4—dot1qRaw

5—dot1qClips

6—dot1qTunnelMulti

7—dot1qTunnelPppOverEthernet

8—dot1qTunnelRaw

9—dot1qTunnelClips

The encapsulation to use with the PVC.

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmCircuitType

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigEntry 9

RbnPvcCircuitType

Integer

1—explicit

2—explicitRange

3—onDemandRange

4—protection

The PVC circuit type. For this object, only entries of the rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmCircuit Type object with the value 'explicit' may be removed by setting the rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmRow Status object equal to 'destroy'. A set operation with the rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmRow Status object equal to 'destroy' on any row with the rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmCircuit Type object not equal to 'explicit' results in an INCONSISTENT_VALUE_ERROR.

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmCircuitHandle

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigEntry 10

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

Used internally to uniquely identify a circuit. The value of this object can be used to correlate entries with those in the rbnBindTable object defined in the RBN-BIND-MIB.

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmClearCircuit

rbnDot1qPvcOnAtmConfigEntry 11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

When this object is true (1), the system clears active subscriber sessions on the specified circuit. When false (2), there is no action taken. This object can be written only when the conceptual row exists. This object is read-create.

1.27.5   rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigTable

This table contains the objects that identify and configure IEEE 802.1Q PVCs on Frame Relay ports.

Index: rbnDot1qPvcOnFrSlot, rbnDot1qPvcOnFrPort, rbnDot1qPvcOnFrChannel, rbnDot1qPvcOnFrDLCI, rbnDot1qPvcOnFrVlanId

Table 57 describes the attributes for rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 57    Objects in rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrRowStatus

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigEntry 6

RowStatus

Integer

1—active

2—notInService

3—notReady

4—createAndGo

5—createAndWait

6—destroy

The row status for creating, modifying, or deleting an entry in the table.

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrProfileName

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigEntry 7

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–63)

The profile name to use with the PVC.

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrEncapsulation

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigEntry 8

RbnDot1qEncapsulation

Integer

0—unknown

1—ipOverEthernet

2—dot1qMulti

3—pppOverEthernet

4—dot1qRaw

5—dot1qClips

6—dot1qTunnelMulti

7—dot1qTunnelPppOverEthernet

8—dot1qTunnelRaw

9—dot1qTunnelClips

The encapsulation to use with the PVC.

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrCircuitType

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigEntry 9

RbnPvcCircuitType

Integer

1—explicit

2—explicitRange

3—onDemandRange

4—protection

The PVC circuit type. For this object, only entries of the rbnDot1qPvcOnFrCircuitType object with the value 'explicit' may be removed by setting the rbnDot1qPvcOnFrRowStatus object equal to 'destroy'. A set operation with the rbnDot1qPvcOnFrRowStatus object equal to 'destroy' on any row with the rbnDot1qPvcOnFrCircuit Type object not equal to 'explicit' results in an INCONSISTENT_VALUE_ERROR.

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrCircuitHandle

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigEntry 10

RbnCircuitHandle

Octet String

SIZE (8)

Used internally to uniquely identify a circuit. The value of this object can be used to correlate entries with those in the rbnBindTable object defined in the RBN-BIND-MIB.

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrClearCircuit

rbnDot1qPvcOnFrConfigEntry 11

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

When true (1), the system clears active subscriber sessions on the specified circuit. When false (2), there is no action taken. This object can be written only when the conceptual row exists. This object is read-create.

1.28   RBN-QOS-MIB

This table contains the objects that manage interfaces that have quality of service (QoS) enabled. These objects also monitor the QoS queue statistics on the subscriber circuits (CLIPS and PPPoE), with traffic management (TM)-based priority weighted fair queuing (PWFQ).

The following sections describes object information for RBN-QOS-MIB.

1.28.1   rbnQosInterfaceTable

This table contains entries for every packet-oriented IF-MIB layer for which QoS is enabled.

Index: ifIndex

Table 58 describes the attributes in rbnQosInterfaceTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 58    Objects in rbnQosInterfaceTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnQosIfInOctets

rbnQosInterfaceEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.1.1.1

Counter32

N/A

The total number of post-limited octets received on the interface, including framing characters. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfHCInOctets

rbnQosInterfaceEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.1.1.2

Counter64

N/A

The total number of post-limited octets received on the interface, including framing characters. This object is 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfInOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfOutOctets

rbnQosInterfaceEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.1.1.3

Counter32

N/A

The total number of prelimited octets transmitted out of the interface, including framing characters. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfHCOutOctets

rbnQosInterfaceEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.1.1.4

Counter64

N/A

The total number of prelimited octets transmitted out of the interface, including framing characters. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfOutOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfInDroppedOctets

rbnQosInterfaceEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.1.1.5

Counter32

N/A

The total number of received octets that were dropped on the interface, including but not limited to octets dropped due to limiting. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfHCInDroppedOctets

rbnQosInterfaceEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.1.1.6

Counter64

N/A

The total number of received octets that were dropped on the interface, including but not limited to octets dropped due to limiting. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfInDroppedOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfOutDroppedOctets

rbnQosInterfaceEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.1.1.7

Counter32

N/A

The total number of outbound octets that were dropped on the interface, including but not limited to octets dropped due to limiting. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfHCOutDroppedOctets

rbnQosInterfaceEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.1.1.8

Counter64

N/A

The total number of outbound octets that were dropped on the interface, including but not limited to octets dropped due to limiting. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfOutDroppedOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

1.28.2   rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsTable

This table specifies statistical information for each transmit queue. It contains the transmit queue octet counts for each packet-oriented IF-MIB layer for which QoS is enabled.

Index: ifIndex, rbnQosIfQueueId

Table 59 describes the attributes in rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 59    Objects in rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnQosIfQueueOutOctets

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.2

Counter32

N/A

The number of octets transmitted out of this queue. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueOutPkts

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.3

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets transmitted out of this queue. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueWredDroppedOctets

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.4

Counter32

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueWredDroppedPkts

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.5

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueTailDroppedOctets

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.6

Counter32

N/A

The number of octets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue was greater than the maximum threshold. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueTailDroppedPkts

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.7

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue was greater than the maximum threshold. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueHCOutOctets

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.8

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets transmitted out of this queue. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfQueueOutOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueHCOutPkts

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.9

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets transmitted out of this queue. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfQueueOutPkts object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueHCWredDroppedOctets

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.10

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfQueueWredDroppedOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueHCWredDroppedPkts

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.11

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfQueueWredDroppedPkts object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueHCTailDroppedOctets

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.12

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue was greater than the maximum threshold. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfQueueTailDroppedOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

rbnQosIfQueueHCTailDroppedPkts

rbnQosInterfaceQueueStatsEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.2.1.13

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue was greater than the maximum threshold. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosIfQueueTailDroppedPkts object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system and at other times as indicated by the value of the ifCounterDiscontinuityTime object.

1.28.3   rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsTable

This table specifies per-transmit queue statistical information. It contains the transmit queue octet counts for each active subscriber session for which QoS queuing policy is enabled.

Index: rbnSubsActiveName, rbnSubsActiveSessionId, rbnQosSubsQueueId

Table 60 describes the attributes in rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 60    Objects in rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnQosSubsQueuePolicyName

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

The name of the queuing policy the subscriber circuit is using.

rbnQosSubsQueueOutOctets

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.3

Counter32

N/A

The number of octets transmitted out of this queue. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueOutPkts

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.4

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets transmitted out of this queue. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueWredDroppedOctets

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.5

Counter32

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueWredDroppedPkts

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.6

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueTailDroppedOctets

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.

Counter32

N/A

The number of octets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue was greater than the maximum threshold. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueTailDroppedPkts

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.8

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue was greater than the maximum threshold. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueHCOutOctets

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.9

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets transmitted out of this queue. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosSubsQueueOutOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueHCOutPkts

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.10

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets transmitted out of this queue. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosSubsQueueOutPkts object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueHCWredDroppedOctets

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.11

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosSubsQueueWredDroppedOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueHCWredDroppedPkts

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.12

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of a WRED algorithm. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosSubsQueueWredDroppedPkts object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueHCTailDroppedOctets

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.13

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue was greater than the maximum threshold. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosSubsQueueTailDroppedOctets object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

rbnQosSubsQueueHCTailDroppedPkts

rbnQosSubscriberQueueStatsEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.3.1.14

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped when the total number of packets in this queue was greater than the maximum threshold. This object is a 64-bit version of the rbnQosSubsQueueTailDroppedPkts object. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at reinitialization of the management system.

1.28.4   rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsTable

This table specifies per-class statistical information. It contains the class octet counts for each packet-oriented IF-MIB layer to which the class-based policing and metering policy is applied.

Index: ifIndex, rbnQosIfRLPolicyType, rbnQosIfRLClassId

Table 61 describes the attributes in rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 61    Objects in rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnQosIfRLPolicyName

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

Name of the rate-limit policy.

rbnQosIfRLClassName

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

Name of the class in the rate-limit policy access list.

rbnQosIfRLClassConformOctets

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.5

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets that conform to the rate limit set on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassConformPkts

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.6

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets that conform to the rate limit set on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassConformDroppedOctets

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.7

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of a conform action on packets that conform to the rate limit set on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassConformDroppedPkts

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.8

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of a conform action on packets that conform to the rate limit set on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassExceedOctets

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.9

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets that exceed the rate limit set on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassExceedPkts

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.10

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets that exceed the rate limit set on the interface.

rbnQosIfRLClassExceedDroppedOctets

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.11

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of an exceed action on packets that exceed the rate limit set on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassExceedDroppedPkts

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.12

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of an exceed action on packets that exceed the rate limit set on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassViolateOctets

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.13

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassViolatePkts

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.14

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassViolateDroppedOctets

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.15

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of a violate action on packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

rbnQosIfRLClassViolateDroppedPkts

rbnQosIntfRLClassStatsEntry 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.4.1.16

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of a violate action on packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the interface for which class counters are enabled.

1.28.5   rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsTable

This table specifies per-class statistical information on the subscriber circuits. It contains the class octet counts for each active subscriber session to which the class-based policing and metering policy is applied when the counters are enabled for the class.

All MIB objects defined in the table are viewed within the context identified in the SNMP protocol (i.e. the community string in SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 or the contextName in SNMPv3)

Index: rbnSubsActiveName, rbnSubsActiveSessionId, rbnQosSubsRLPolicyType, rbnQosSubsRLClassId

Table 62 describes the attributes in rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 62    Objects in rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnQosSubsRLPolicyName

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

Name of the rate-limit policy.

rbnQosSubsRLClassName

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

Name of the class in the rate-limit policy access list.

rbnQosSubsRLClassConformOctets

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.5

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets that conform to the rate limit set on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassConformPkts

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.6

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets that conform to the rate limit set on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassConformDroppedOctets

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.7

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of a conform action on packets that conform to the rate limit set on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassConformDroppedPkts

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.8

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of a conform action on packets that conform to the rate limit set on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassExceedOctets

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.9

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets that exceed the rate limit set on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassExceedPkts

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.10

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets that exceed the rate limit set on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassExceedDroppedOctets

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 11

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.11

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of an exceed action on packets that exceed the rate limit set on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassExceedDroppedPkts

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 12

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.12

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of an exceed action on packets that exceed the rate limit set on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassViolateOctets

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 13

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.13

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassViolatePkts

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 14

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.14

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassViolateDroppedOctets

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 15

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.15

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the application of a violate action on packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the subscriber circuit.

rbnQosSubsRLClassViolateDroppedPkts

rbnQosSubscriberRLClassStatsEntry 16

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.5.1.16

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the application of a violate action on packets that violate the normal and maximum burst sizes on the subscriber circuit.

1.28.6   rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyStatsTable

A table of drop counters for child circuits of hierarchical QOS policies applied to the child.

Index: ifIndex, rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyType

Table 63 describes the attributes in rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 63    Objects in rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyName

rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.6.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

Name of the hierarchical parent policy applied to the child circuit.

rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyDroppedOctets

rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.6.1.3

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the hierarchical parent's policy applied to the child circuit.

rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyDroppedPkts

rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.6.1.4

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the hierarchical parent's policy applied to the child circuit.

1.28.7   rbnQosHierarchicalPClassStatsTable

A table of drop counters for child circuits of hierarchical QOS policy classes applied to the child.

Index: ifIndex, rbnQosHierarchicalPolicyType, rbnQosHierarchicalPClassId

Table 64 describes the attributes in rbnQosHierarchicalPClassStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 64    Objects in rbnQosHierarchicalPClassStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnQosHierarchicalPClassName

rbnQosHierarchicalPClassStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.7.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–39)

Name of the hierarchical parent policy class that is applied to the child circuit.

rbnQosHierarchicalPClassDroppedOctets

rbnQosHierarchicalPClassStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.7.1.3

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets dropped due to the hierarchical parent's policy class applied to the child circuit.

rbnQosHierarchicalPClassDroppedPkts

rbnQosHierarchicalPClassStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.22.1.7.1.4

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets dropped due to the hierarchical parent's policy class applied to the child circuit.

1.29   RBN-RADIUS-MIB

Defines additional objects and notifications for managing the Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) authentication and accounting servers in use by the SmartEdge router.

The following sections describe objects for RBN-RADIUS-MIB.

1.29.1   RADIUS Authorization Objects

Table 65 describes the RADIUS authorization objects for RBN-RADIUS-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 65    RADIUS Authorization Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnRadiusAuthPktTimeout

rbnRadiusAuthObjects 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.1

Unsigned32

1– 2147483647

The maximum amount of time to wait for a response from a RADIUS authorization server before assuming the packet was lost.

rbnRadiusAuthSrvTimeout

rbnRadiusAuthObjects 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.2

Unsigned32

0– 2147483647

The maximum amount of time to wait for any response from a RADIUS authorization server before assuming the server is unreachable. A value of '0' indicates that there is no timeout value. In this case, a server is considered to be unreachable when no response is received within the rbnRadiusAuthPktTimeout object window.

rbnRadiusAuthDeadtime

rbnRadiusAuthObjects 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.3

Unsigned32

0–65535

After a RADIUS authorization server has been transitioned to 'down,' it is assumed to be unreachable for this interval. After that point, the system can start sending requests to the server again. A value of '0' indicates the system can start sending requests to the server immediately.

rbnRadiusAuthTries

rbnRadiusAuthObjects 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.4

Unsigned32

1– 2147483647

The number of times the system attempts to transmit an authorization request to a RADIUS server. If multiple RADIUS authorization servers have been configured, retransmissions cycle through the other servers before being retransmitted to the server that originally failed to respond.

rbnRadiusAuthStripDomain

rbnRadiusAuthObjects 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.6

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If this object is false, the entire username, including the domain name, is sent to the RADIUS server. If true, the domain portion of a structured username is stripped before relaying a request to a RADIUS server.

1.29.2   RADIUS Accounting Objects

Table 66 describes the RADIUS accounting objects for RBN-RADIUS-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 66    RADIUS Accounting Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnRadiusAcctPktTimeout

rbnRadiusAcctObjects 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.1

Unsigned32

1– 2147483647

The maximum amount of time to wait for a response from a RADIUS accounting server before assuming the packet was lost. Note: if the system is using a RADIUS server for both authorization and accounting, this object's value is ignored for that server. Instead, the value of the rbnRadiusAuthPktTimeout object is used for all requests going to that server.

rbnRadiusAcctSrvTimeout

rbnRadiusAcctObjects 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.2

Unsigned32

0– 2147483647

The maximum amount of time to wait for any response from a RADIUS accounting server before assuming the server is unreachable. A value of '0' indicates that there is no timeout value. In this case, a server is considered to be unreachable when no response is received within the rbnRadiusAcctPktTimeout object window. Note: if the system is using a RADIUS server for both authorization and accounting, this object's value is ignored for that server. Instead the value of the rbnRadiusAuthSrvTimeout object will be used for that server

rbnRadiusAcctDeadtime

rbnRadiusAcctObjects 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.3

Unsigned32

0–65535

After a RADIUS accounting server has been transitioned to 'down,' it is assumed to be unreachable for this interval. After that point, the system can start sending accounting records to the server again. A value of '0' indicates the system can start sending records to the server immediately. If the system is using a RADIUS server for both authorization and accounting, this object's value is ignored for that server. Instead, the value of the rbnRadiusAuthDeadtime object is used for that server.

rbnRadiusAcctTries

rbnRadiusAcctObjects 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.4

Unsigned32

1– 2147483647

The number of times the system attempts to transmit an accounting record to a RADIUS server. If multiple RADIUS accounting servers have been configured, retransmissions cycle through the other servers before being retransmitted to the server that originally failed to respond. If the system is using a RADIUS server for both authorization and accounting, this object's value is ignored for that server. Instead, the value of the rbnRadiusAuthTries object is used for that server.

rbnRadiusAcctStripDomain

rbnRadiusAcctObjects 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.6

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

If this object is false, the entire username, including the domain name, is sent to the RADIUS server. If true, the domain portion of a structured username is stripped before relaying a request to a RADIUS server.

1.29.3   RADIUS Notification Objects

Table 67 describes the RADIUS notification objects for RBN-RADIUS-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 67    RADIUS Notification Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnRadiusClientPort

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.3.1

Unsigned32

1024– 65535

A system can be configured to use a range of source TCP/IP ports when sending requests to a RADIUS server. When a server transitions to 'up' or 'down' and a state-change notification is generated, an instance of this object is included to indicate which source port was used when the server changed state. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnRadiusContext

rbnRadiusNotifyObjects 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.3.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–63)

The name of the context in which this server is configured. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnRadiusReason

rbnRadiusNotifyObjects 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.3.3

RbnRadiusServerReason

Integer

1—responding

2—packetTimeout

3—serverTimeout

4—portDown

The reason for the server's last state change. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnRadiusUsername

rbnRadiusNotifyObjects 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.3.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–128)

The name of the user the system was trying to authenticate or send accounting information for when the RADIUS server transitioned to 'down'. Note: the 'username' is only valid when transitioning due to a packet-level timeout. When transitioning due to any other reason, the value for this object is a zero-length string. This object is accessible-for-notify.

1.29.4   rbnRadiusAuthSrvTable

This table augments the radiusAuthServerTable. All entries that exist in that table have a corresponding entry in this table.

Index: radiusAuthServerIndex

Table 68 describes the attributes in rbnRadiusAuthSrvTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 68    Objects in rbnRadiusAuthSrvTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnRadiusAuthSrvState

rbnRadiusAuthSrvEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.5.1.1

RbnRadiusServerState

Integer

1—unknown

2—up

3—down

The current state of the RADIUS server.

rbnRadiusAuthSrvLastChange

rbnRadiusAuthSrvEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.5.1.2

TimeStamp

N/A

The value of sysUpTime when this server last changed state. If rbnRadiusAuthSrvState is 'unknown,' this is effectively the value of the sysUpTime object when this server was initially configured.

rbnRadiusAuthSrvCounterResetTime

rbnRadiusAuthSrvEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.5.1.3

TimeStamp

N/A

The value of sysUpTime on the most recent occasion when any of the counters for this RADIUS server experienced a discontinuity. This includes counters in this table as well as those in the radiusAuthServerTable object.

rbnRadiusAuthSrvSendErrors

rbnRadiusAuthSrvEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.1.5.1.4

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets destined to this RADIUS server that could not be transmitted due to an error. Discontinuities in the value of this counter are indicated by the value of the rbnRadiusAuthSrvCounterResetTime object.

1.29.5   rbnRadiusAcctSrvTable

This table augments the radiusAccServerTable. All entries that exist in that table have a corresponding entry in this table.

Index: radiusAccServerIndex

Table 69 describes the attributes in rbnRadiusAcctSrvTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 69    Objects in rbnRadiusAcctSrvTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnRadiusAcctSrvState

rbnRadiusAcctSrvEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.5.1.1

RbnRadiusServerState

Integer

1—unknown

2—up

3—down

The current state of the RADIUS server.

rbnRadiusAcctSrvLastChange

rbnRadiusAcctSrvEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.5.1.2

TimeStamp

N/A

The value of the sysUpTime object when this server last changed state. If the rbnRadiusAcctSrvState object is 'unknown,‘ this is effectively the value of the sysUpTime object when this server was initially configured.

rbnRadiusAcctSrvCounterResetTime

rbnRadiusAcctSrvEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.5.1.3

TimeStamp

N/A

The value of the sysUpTime object on the most recent occasion when any of the counters for this RADIUS server experienced a discontinuity. Note: this includes counters in this table as well as those in the radiusAccServerTable object.

rbnRadiusAcctSrvSendErrors

rbnRadiusAcctSrvEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.32.1.2.5.1.4

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets destined to this RADIUS server which could not be transmitted due to an error. Discontinuities in the value of this counter are indicated by the value of the rbnRadiusAcctSrvCounterResetTime object.

1.30   RBN-SFP-MIB

Defines objects for managing the Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers.

1.30.1   rbnSfpAlarmActiveTable

A table containing the SFP alarms currently active on the SFP.

Index: rbnSfpActiveAlarmIndex

Table 70 describes the attributes in rbnSfpAlarmActiveTable.

Table 70    Objects in rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSfpActiveAlarmIndex

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.1

Unsigned32

(1..4294967295)

A monotonically increasing integer index. It wraps back to 1 after it reaches its maximum value.

rbnSfpAlarmCardSlot

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.2

Unsigned32

 

The chassis slot number in which the card is present where the SFP plugged in.

rbnSfpAlarmPort

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.3

Unsigned32

 

The port number where the SFP plugged in.

rbnSfpAlarmId

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.4

INTEGER

1—unknown

2—cpFail

3— cpBackplaneFail

4—diagFail

5—voltageFail

6—controllerSwitchFail

7—controllerTempCritical

8—controllerFail

9—controllerDiagFail

10—cpPowerOnDiagFail

11—controllerPowerOnDiagFail

12—cpOverheat

13—controllerOverheat

14—backplaneclkfail

15—btciferror

16—btcnotready

17—cpbackplanedegrade

18—cpcardcodemismatch

19—cpmismatch

20—cpmissing

21—cpresetcomplete

22—downloadcompleted

23—downloadfailed

24—syncfail

25—backupfail

26—controllercardcodemismatch

27—controllercardtypemismatch

28—controllermissing

29—controlleroverheat

30—controllerswitchauto

31—controllerswitchcompleted

32—controllerswitchexfailed

33—controllerswitchforced

34—controllerswitchmanual

35—localfantrayinventfail

36—localinventfail

37—localbackplaneinventfail

38—lostm2m

39—nonvolatilememfail

40—peerhwincompatiblep

41—peerinventfail

42—peermodeincompatible

43—peersharedformatmismatch

44—rtclockfail

45—mic1missing

46—mic2missing

47—mic1mismatch

48—mic2mismatch

49—mic1voltagefailure

50—mic2voltagefailure

An identifier for the alarm.

rbnSfpAlarmId (continued)

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.4

INTEGER

51—mic1overheat

52—mic2overheat

53—mic1failure

54—mic2failure

55—mic1podfail

56—mic2podfail

57—mic1diagnosticfail

58—mic2diagnosticfail

59—ethtransceiverrxpowerhi

60—ethtransceiverrxpowerlo

61—ethtransceivertemphi

62—ethtransceivertemplo

63—ethtranceivervoltagehi

64—ethtranceivervoltagelo

65—ethtransceiverbiashi

66—ethtransceiverbiaslo

67—ethtransceivertxpowerhi

68—ethtransceivertxpowerlo

69—ethtransceiveraux1hi

70—ethtransceiveraux1lo

71—ethtransceiveraux2hi

72—ethtransceiveraux2lo

73— ethtransceiverlvcc5hi

74—ethtransceiverlvcc5lo

75—ethtransceiverlvcc3hi

76—ethtransceiverlvcc3lo

77—ethtransceiverlvcc2hi

78—ethtransceiverlvcc2lo

79—controllerbsdl2cacheerror

80—controllervxwl2cacheerror

An identifier for the alarm.

rbnSfpAlarmSeverity

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.5

INTEGER

1—cleared

2—indeterminate

3—critical

4—major

5—minor

6—warning

The perceived severity of the alarm.

rbnSfpAlarmType

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.6

IINTEGER

1—other

2—communicationsAlarm

3—qualityOfServiceAlarm

4—processingErrorAlarm

5—equipmentAlarm

6—environmentalAlarm

7—integrityViolation

8—operationalViolation

9—physicalViolation

10—securityServiceOrMechanismViolation

11—timeDomainViolation

The type of the alarm.

rbnSfpAlarmDateAndTime

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.7

DateAndTime

OctetString

The local date and time when the alarm was raised

rbnSfpAlarmDescription

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.8

SnmpAdminString

OctetString (0..64)

A text string which conveys additional information about the alarm.

rbnSfpAlarmProbableCause

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.9

INTEGER

1—aIS

2—callSetUpFailure

3—degradedSignal

4—farEndReceiverFailure

5—framingError

6—lossOfFrame

7—lossOfPointer

8—lossOfSignal

9—payloadTypeMismatch

10—transmissionError

11—remoteAlarmInterface

12—excessiveBER

13—pathTraceMismatch

14—unavailable

15—signalLabelMismatch

16—lossOfMultiFrame

17—receiveFailure

18—transmitFailure

19—modulationFailure

20—demodulationFailure

21—broadcastChannelFailure

22—connectionEstablishmentError

23—invalidMessageReceived

24—localNodeTransmissionError

25—remoteNodeTransmissionError

26—routingFailure

51—backplaneFailure

52—dataSetProblem

53—equipmentIdentifierDuplication

54—externalIFDeviceProblem

55—lineCardProblem

56—multiplexerProblem

57—nEIdentifierDuplication

58—powerProblem

59—processorProblem

60—protectionPathFailure

61—receiverFailure

62—replaceableUnitMissing

63—replaceableUnitTypeMismatch

64—synchronizationSourceMismatch

65—terminalProblem

66—timingProblem

The probable cause for this alarm.

 

INTEGER

67—transmitterFailure

68—trunkCardProblem

69—replaceableUnitProblem

70—realTimeClockFailure

71—antennaFailure

72—batteryChargingFailure

73—diskFailure

74—frequencyHoppingFailure

75—iODeviceError

76—lossOfSynchronisation

77—lossOfRedundancy

78—powerSupplyFailure

79—signalQualityEvaluationFailure

80—tranceiverFailure

81—protectionMechanismFailure

82—protectingResourceFailure

101—airCompressorFailure

102—airConditioningFailure

103—airDryerFailure

104—batteryDischarging

105—batteryFailure

106—commercialPowerFailure

107—coolingFanFailure

108—engineFailure

109—fireDetectorFailure

110—fuseFailure

111—generatorFailure

112—lowBatteryThreshold

113—pumpFailure

114—rectifierFailure

115—rectifierHighVoltage

116—rectifierLowFVoltage

117—ventilationsSystemFailure

118—enclosureDoorOpen

119—explosiveGas120—fire

121—flood

122—highHumidity

123—highTemperature

124—highWind

125—iceBuildUp

126—intrusionDetection

127—lowFuel

128—lowHumidity

129—lowCablePressure

130—lowTemperatue

131—lowWater

132—smoke

The probable cause for this alarm.

 

INTEGER

133—toxicGas

134—coolingSystemFailure

135—externalEquipmentFailure

136—externalPointFailure

151—storageCapacityProblem

152—memoryMismatch

153—corruptData

154—outOfCPUCycles

155—sfwrEnvironmentProblem

156—sfwrDownloadFailure

The probable cause for this alarm.

 

INTEGER

157—lossOfRealTimel

158—applicationSubsystemFailure

159—configurationOrCustomisationError

160—databaseInconsistency

161—fileError

162—outOfMemory

163—softwareError

164—timeoutExpired

165—underlayingResourceUnavailable

166—versionMismatch

201—bandwidthReduced

202—congestion

203—excessiveErrorRate

204—excessiveResponseTime

205—excessiveRetransmissionRate

206—reducedLoggingCapability

207—systemResourcesOverload

500—adapterError

501—applicationSubsystemFailture

502—bandwidthReducedX733

503—callEstablishmentError

504—communicationsProtocolError

505—communicationsSubsystemFailure

506—configurationOrCustomizationError

507—congestionX733

508—coruptData

509—cpuCyclesLimitExceeded

510—dataSetOrModemError

511—degradedSignalX733

512—dteDceInterfaceError

513—enclosureDoorOpenX733

514—equipmentMalfunction

515—excessiveVibration

516—fileErrorX733

517—fireDetected

518—framingErrorX733

519—heatingVentCoolingSystemProblem

520—humidityUnacceptable

521—inputOutputDeviceError

The probable cause for this alarm.

 

INTEGER

522—inputDeviceError

523—lanError

524—leakDetected

525—localNodeTransmissionErrorX733

526—lossOfFrameX733

527—lossOfSignalX733

528—materialSupplyExhausted

529—multiplexerProblemX733

530—outOfMemoryX733

531—ouputDeviceError

532—performanceDegraded

533—powerProblems

534—pressureUnacceptable

535—processorProblems

536—pumpFailureX733

537—queueSizeExceeded

538—receiveFailureX733

539—receiverFailureX733

540—remoteNodeTransmissionErrorX733

541—resourceAtOrNearingCapacity

542—responseTimeExecessive

543—retransmissionRateExcessive

544—softwareErrorX733

545—softwareProgramAbnormallyTerminated

546—softwareProgramError

547—storageCapacityProblemX733

548—temperatureUnacceptable

549—thresholdCrossed

550—timingProblemX733

551—toxicLeakDetected

552—transmitFailureX733

553—transmiterFailure

554—underlyingResourceUnavailable

555—versionMismatchX733

600—authenticationFailure

601—breachOfConfidentiality

602—cableTamper

603—delayedInformation

604—denialOfService

605—duplicateInformation

606—informationMissing

607—informationModificationDetectede

608—informationOutOfSequence

609—keyExpired

610—nonRepudiationFailure

611—outOfHoursActivity

612—outOfServic

The probable cause for this alarm.

 

INTEGER

613—proceduralError

614—unauthorizedAccessAttempt

615—unexpectedInformation

1024—other

The probable cause for this alarm.

rbnSfpAlarmServiceAffecting

rbnSfpAlarmActiveEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.49.1.1.1.10

INTEGER

1—yes

2—no

Indicates whether the alarm is perceived to be service impacting.

1.31   RBN-STACKEDVLAN-MIB

Defines objects for managing the interfaces in the stacked VLAN.

1.31.1   rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsTable

A table containing aggregated statistics of inner VLAN's related to an outer VLAN.

Index: rbnStackedVlanIndex

Table 71 describes the attributes in rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 71    Objects in rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnStackedVlanHCInOctets

rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.40.1.1.1.2

Counter64

N/A

The aggregate of the total number of octets received on each outer VLAN and its inner VLANs, including framing characters.

rbnStackedVlanHCInUcastPkts

rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.40.1.1.1.3

Counter64

N/A

The aggregate of the number of packets, delivered by this sublayer to a higher layer or sublayer, which were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sublayer for each outer VLAN and its inner VLANs.

rbnStackedVlanHCInMulticastPkts

rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.40.1.1.1.4

Counter64

N/A

The aggregate number of packets, delivered by this sublayer to a higher layer or sublayer, that were addressed to a multicast address at this sublayer for each outer VLAN and its inner VLANs. For a MAC layer protocol, this includes both Group and Functional addresses.

rbnStackedVlanHCInBroadcastPkts

rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.40.1.1.1.5

Counter64

N/A

The aggregate number of packets, delivered by this sublayer to a higher layer or sublayer, that were addressed to a broadcast address at this sublayer for each outer VLAN and its inner VLANs.

rbnStackedVlanHCOutOctets

rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.40.1.1.1.6

Counter64

N/A

The aggregate of the total number of octets transmitted out of the interface, including framing characters for each outer VLAN and its inner VLANs.

rbnStackedVlanHCOutUcastPkts

rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.40.1.1.1.7

Counter64

N/A

The aggregate of the total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted, and that were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sublayer, including those that were discarded or not sent for each outer VLAN and its inner VLANs.

rbnStackedVlanHCOutMulticastPkts

rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.40.1.1.1.8

Counter64

N/A

The aggregate of the total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted, and that were addressed to a multicast address at this sublayer, including those that were discarded or not sent for each outer VLAN and its inner VLANs. For a MAC layer protocol, this includes both Group and Functional addresses.

rbnStackedVlanHCOutBroadcastPkts

rbnStackedVlanAggrStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.40.1.1.1.9

Counter64

N/A

The aggregate of the total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted, and that were addressed to a broadcast address at this sublayer, including those that were discarded or not sent for each outer VLAN and its inner VLANs.

1.32   RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB

Defines the objects used to support the management of active subscribers in the Redback product family. Related commands include the subscriber and show subscriber commands.

The following sections contain object information for RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB.

1.32.1   RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB Objects

Table 72 describes the objects in RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 72    Objects in RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsMaxSupportedSessionsrbnSubsLicense 11.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.5.1

Gauge32

 

The maximum number of active subscriber sessions on the SmartEdge router.

rbnSubsLicensedSessionsrbnSubsLicense 21.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.5.2

Gauge32

 

The number of licensed subscriber sessions on the SmartEdge router.

rbnSubsActiveSessionsrbnSubsLicense 31.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.5.3

Gauge32

 

The number of active subscriber sessions on the SmartEdge router.

rbnSubsCapacityPercentageUsedrbnSubsLicense 41.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.5.4

RbnPercentage

 

The percentage of licensed subscriber sessions out of all active sessions in use on the SmartEdge router.

1.32.2   MIB Objects to Clear Subscribers

Table 73 describes the MIB objects that clear subscribers in RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB.

Table 73    Objects that clear subscribers in RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsClearSessionId

rbnSubsClear 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.3.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–32)

Clears the subscriber session identified by this value. In a PPP circuit, the PPP state machinery attempts to renegotiate and re-authenticate a new session with the remote peer on the circuit. In RFC 1483 and RFC 1490 encapsulated circuits, the circuit is brought down and then back up and an attempt is made to reauthenticate the subscriber bound to the circuit. This object returns a zero-length string when queried. This object is read-write.

1.32.3   Bounce Objects

Table 74 describes the bounce objects in RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB. Bounce objects remove a subscriber session and reauthorize or reset the session. For example, you can use these objects to reauthorize a subscriber during a subscription change. The objects in the table are read-write.

Table 74    Bounce Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsBounceName

rbnSubsClear 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.3.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

Each circuit using CLIPS encapsulation used by the named subscriber is brought down and immediately re-created using the RADIUS Access Accept attributes. Any other circuit encapsulation type is cleared. This object returns a zero-length string when queried.

rbnSubsBounceSessionId

rbnSubsClear 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.3.4

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–32)

The circuit using CLIPS encapsulation identified by the RADIUS Acct-Session-Id is brought down and immediately re-created using the RADIUS Access-Accept attributes. Any other circuit encapsulation type is cleared. This object returns a zero-length string when queried.

1.32.4   Reauthorization Objects

Table 75 describes the reauthorization objects in RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB. All objects in the table are read-write.

Table 75    Reauthorization Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsReauthName

rbnSubsClear 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.3.7

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–80)

Reauthorize all of the active sessions associated with the given subscriber in the context identified in the SNMP protocol (the community string in SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 or the contextName in SNMPv3). This object returns a zero-length string when queried.

rbnSubsReauthSessionId

rbnSubsClear 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.3.8

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–32)

Reauthorize the active session identified by the value of this object and the context identified in the SNMP protocol (the community string in SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 or the contextName object in SNMPv3). This object returns a zero-length string when queried.

rbnSubsClearReason

rbnSubsClear 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.3.9

Unsigned32

N/A

An unsigned integer value that may be included in the set request for the rbnSubsClearSubscriberName object, rbnSubsClearSessionId object, rbnSubsBounceName object, rbnSubsBounceSessionId object, or any other objects defines under the rbnSubsClear OID node. The use of this object value is implementation dependent. This object returns 0 when queried.

1.32.5   Notification Objects

Table 76 describes the notification objects in RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB.

Table 76    Notification Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsNotifyEnable

rbnSubsNotify 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.3.1

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Provides a mechanism for enabling and disabling subscriber notifications. A value of 1 (true) indicates that subscriber notifications are enabled. A value of 2 (false) indicates that subscriber notifications are disabled. This object is read-write.

1.32.6   rbnSubsActiveTable

This table contains subscriber sessions that have been authenticated on an circuit.

Index: rbnSubsActiveName, rbnSubsActiveSessionId

Table 77 describes the attributes in rbnSubsActiveTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 77    Objects in rbnSubsActiveTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsActiveCircuitDescr

rbnSubsActiveEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.1.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–64)

A string that provides identifying information (such as slot or port) of the circuit the subscriber is using.

rbnSubsActiveCircuitHandle

rbnSubsActiveEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.1.1.4

RbnCircuitHandleOctet String

SIZE (8)

A value for identifying circuits.

rbnSubsActiveStartTime

rbnSubsActiveEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.1.1.5

DateAndTime

N/A

The time when the subscriber became active.

rbnSubsActiveClear

rbnSubsActiveEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.1.1.6

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Setting this value to 'true' clears the active subscriber session. In a PPP, the PPP state machinery attempts to renegotiate and reauthenticate a new session with the remote peer on the circuit. In RFC 1483 encapsulated circuits, the session is brought down and then back up and an attempt is made to reauthenticate the subscriber. An SNMP get operation always returns the value 'false'.

rbnSubsActiveResend

rbnSubsActiveEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.1.1.7

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Setting this value to 'true' causes a resend of the RADIUS acct-start packet. An SNMP get operation always returns 'false'.

rbnSubsActiveNasPortType

rbnSubsActiveEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.1.1.8

Unsigned32

N/A

The RADIUS attribute NAS-Port-Type that indicates the type of physical port that is authenticating the user.

rbnSubsActiveMediumType

rbnSubsActiveEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.1.1.9

RbnPortMediumType

Integer

0—unknown

11—dsl

12—cable

13—wireless

14—satellite

The medium type of the NAS-Port.

1.32.7   rbnSubsActiveIpTable

This table contains IP addresses used by active subscribers.

Index: rbnSubsActiveName, rbnSubsActiveSessionId, rbnSubsActiveAddrType, rbnSubsActiveAddr

Table 78 describes the attributes in rbnSubsActiveIpTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 78    Objects in rbnSubsActiveIpTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsActiveAddr

rbnSubsActiveIpEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.2.1.2

InetAddress

String

SIZE (4 | 16 | 20)

The host IP address of the active subscriber.

1.32.8   rbnSubsCntxtCountTable

This table contains counts of active subscribers by context name. Unlike any of the other tables in this MIB module, all rows in this table are accessible when the local context is specified in the SNMP message, unless restricted by entries in vacmAccessTable. SNMP requests that use other contexts return only the row that matches the context.

Index: vacmContextName

Table 79 describes the attributes in rbnSubsCntxtCountTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 79    Objects in rbnSubsCntxtCountTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsCntxtCount

rbnSubsCntxtCountEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.1.1.1

Gauge32

 

The count of active subscribers for the context.

1.32.9   rbnSubsEncapsCountTable

This table contains counts of active subscribers by encapsulation type.

Index: rbnSubsEncapsulationType

Table 80 describes the attributes in rbnSubsEncapsCountTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 80    Objects in rbnSubsEncapsCountTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsEncapsCount

rbnSubsEncapsCountEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.2.1.2

Gauge32

N/A

The count of active subscribers for the encapsulation type.

1.32.10   rbnSubsStatsTable

This table contains counters for individual circuits.

Index: rbnSubsActiveName, rbnSubsActiveSessionId

Table 81 describes the attributes in rbnSubsStatsTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 81    Objects in rbnSubsStatsTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsOctetsSent

rbnSubsStatsEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.1

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets sent by the circuit. This counter includes multicast activity.

rbnSubsOctetsReceived

rbnSubsStatsEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.2

Counter64

N/A

The number of octets received by the circuit. This counter includes multicast activity.

rbnSubsPktsSent

rbnSubsStatsEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.3

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets sent by the circuit. This counter includes multicast activity.

rbnSubsPktsReceived

rbnSubsStatsEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.4

Counter64

N/A

The number of packets received by the circuit. This counter includes multicast activity.

rbnSubsXmitOctetsDropped

rbnSubsStatsEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.5

Counter32

N/A

The number of octets dropped by the circuit before transmission.

rbnSubsXmitPktsDropped

rbnSubsStatsEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.6

Counter32

N/A

The number of packets dropped by the circuit before transmission.

rbnSubsMcastOctetsSent

rbnSubsStatsEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.7

Counter64

N/A

The number of multicast octets sent by the circuit.

rbnSubsMcastOctetsReceived

rbnSubsStatsEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.8

Counter64

N/A

The number of multicast octets received by the circuit.

rbnSubsMcastPktsSent

rbnSubsStatsEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.9

Counter64

N/A

The number of multicast packets sent by the circuit.

rbnSubsMcastPktsReceived

rbnSubsStatsEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.3.1.10

Counter64

N/A

The number of multicast packets received by the circuit.

1.32.11   rbnSubsProfileCountTable

This table contains counts of active subscribers by encapsulation type.

Index: IMPLIED rbnSubsProfileName

Table 82 describes the attributes in rbnSubsProfileCountTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 82    Objects in rbnSubsProfileCountTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsProfileCount

rbnSubsProfileCountEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.2.4.1.2

Gauge32

N/A

The count of active subscribers for the profile name.

1.32.12   rbnSubsServiceVolumeTable

This table specifies service volume information on the subscriber circuits. It contains the volume octet counts for each active subscriber session for which the service is active.

All MIB objects defined in the table are viewed within the context identified in the SNMP protocol (the community string in SNMPv1 or SNMPv2, or the contextName in SNMPv3.)

Index: rbnSubsActiveName, rbnSubsActiveSessionId, rbnSubsServiceIndex

Table 83 describes the attributes in rbnSubsServiceVolumeTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 83    Objects in rbnSubsServiceVolumeTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsServiceVolumeLimitIn

rbnSubsServiceVolumeEntry 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.4.1.1

Unsigned32

N/A

The volume limit in kilobytes (KB) allowed for the subscriber service to input (or receive) for this subscriber. If the value is 0, then there is no limit.

rbnSubsServiceVolumeLimitOut

rbnSubsServiceVolumeEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.4.1.2

Unsigned32

N/A

The volume limit in kilobytes (KB) allowed for the subscriber service to output (or transmit) for this subscriber. If the value is 0, then there is no limit.

rbnSubsServiceActiveTime

rbnSubsServiceVolumeEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.4.1.3

TimeStamp

N/A

The value of sysUpTime when the service became active for this subscriber. If sysUpTime is reset to zero as a result of a reinitialization of the network management system or subsystem, the values of all TimeStamp objects are also reset.

rbnSubsServiceVolumeOctetsIn

rbnSubsServiceVolumeEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.4.1.4

Counter64

N/A

The subscriber session volume octets in count.

rbnSubsServiceVolumeOctetsOut

rbnSubsServiceVolumeEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.4.1.5

Counter64

N/A

The subscriber session volume octets out count.

rbnSubsServiceVolumePktsIn

rbnSubsServiceVolumeEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.4.1.6

Counter64

N/A

The subscriber session volume packet in count.

rbnSubsServiceVolumePktsOut

rbnSubsServiceVolumeEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.4.1.7

Counter64

N/A

The subscriber session volume packet out count.

1.32.13   rbnSubsServicesTable

This table contains services available to subscribers. To perform a MIB walk for this table, you must first perform a MIB walk of the rbnSubsServiceVolumeTable.

Index: rbnSubsServiceIndex

Table 84 describes the attributes in rbnSubsServicesTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 84    Objects in rbnSubsServicesTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSubsServiceName

rbnSubsServicesEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.5.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–128)

The name identifying the service.

rbnSubsServiceTag

rbnSubsServicesEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.27.1.1.5.1.3

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–32)

A tag associated with the service name, which may provide additional qualification to the name.

1.32.14   Example: How to Obtain the Circuit Description of an Active Subscriber

You can use the RBN-SUBSCRIBER-ACTIVE-MIB to interpret the index number of a subscriber to ASCII string. To query the circuit description value of an active subscriber named, client-v10@test1, you can run the following SNMP query:

getnext -v2c qcup.lab public@ctx1

rbnSubsActiveCircuitDescr.16.99.108.105.101.110.116.45.118.49.48.64.116.
101.115.116.49

getone -v2c qcup.lab public@ctx1

rbnSubsActiveCircuitDescr.16.99.108.105.101.110.116.45.118.49.48.64.
116.101.115.116.49.25.70.70.49.48.70.70.70.70.53.56.65.49.69.69.49.
53.45.52.52.50.66.51.52.51.65

The value of rbnsubsActiveCircuitDescr contains the information about the subscriber name length, subscriber name, and session ID. The OID returns values in this way: rbnSubsActiveCircuitDescr.[subscriber name length].[subscriber name].[session id length].[session id]. The value of rbnsubsActiveCircuitDescr is L2TP LNS 10612245. Broken down, this means that the length of subscriber name is 16 (decimal). The subscriber name is 99.108.105.101.110.116.45.118.49.48.64.116.101.115.116.49 or, in text form, client-v10@test1, and the session ID has a length of 25 with a value 25.70.70.49.48.70.70.70.70.53.56.65.49.69.69.49.53.45.52.52.50.66.51.52.51.65 or, in text form, FF10FFFF58A1EE15-442B343A.

Use the subscriber name in the rbnSubscriberActiveMib object to display the information in the CLI and show the SNMP information about the subscriber. In this example, the CLI displays this output:

[local]#show sub all

TYPE   CIRCUIT          SUBSCRIBER   CONTEXT    START TIME
----------------------------------------------------------------------

ppp L2TP LNS 10612245 client-v10@test1 ctx1 Mar 29 18:28:26

ppp L2TP LNS 10612246 client-v11@test1 ctx1 Mar 29 18:28:26

ppp L2TP LNS 10612247 client-v12@test1 ctx1 Mar 29 18:28:27

ppp L2TP LNS 10612248 client-v13@test1 ctx1 Mar 29 18:28:27

ppp L2TP LNS 10612249 client-v14@test1 ctx1 Mar 29 18:28:27

ppp L2TP LNS 10612250 client-v15@test2 ctx2 Mar 29 18:28:27

ppp L2TP LNS 10612251 client-v16@test2 ctx2 Mar 29 18:28:27

ppp L2TP LNS 10612252 client-v17@test2 ctx2 Mar 29 18:28:27

ppp L2TP LNS 10612253 client-v18@test2 ctx2 Mar 29 18:28:27

ppp L2TP LNS 10612254 client-v19@test2 ctx2 Mar 29 18:28:27

---------------------------------------------------------------------

Total=10

1.33   RBN-SYS-RESOURCES-MIB

Manages system resources, such as process events, disk utilization, and switchovers.

When using this MIB, there are differences in the usage of memory and CPU usage. This MIB can also help to generate a SNMP trap.

The following sections describes object information for RBN-SYS-RESOURCES-MIB.

1.33.1   Notification Objects

Table 85 describes the notification objects for RBN-SYS-RESOURCES-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 85    Notification Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSRProcessNotifyLastUpdate

rbnSRProcess 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.1.1

TimeTicks

Integer

0– 4294967295

The value of sysUpTime when an entry in rbnSRProcessNotifyTable was last added. Because this table can contain many entries, polling of this object allows a management station to determine when redownloading of the table might be useful.

rbnSRProcessEventNotifyEnable

rbnSRProcess 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.1.2

Integer

1—enabled

2—disabled

Indicates whether the rbnSRProcessEvent notification should be generated for this system. This object is read-write.

1.33.2   System Group Objects

Table 86 describes the attributes in system group objects. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 86    System Group Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSRSystemUptime

rbnSRSystem 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.3.1

TimeTicks

Integer

0– 4294967295

The amount of time since this system was last initialized. Note that this is different from sysUpTime in the SNMPv2-MIB [RFC1907] because sysUpTime is the uptime of the network management portion of the system.

rbnSRSystemDate

rbnSRSystem 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.3.2

DateAndTime

N/A

The local date and time of day on the host.

rbnSRPowerExceededStatus

rbnPowerExceeded 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.4.1

Integer

1—normal

2—failed

The status of alarm when a controller card is inserted and results in more power being drawn than recommended. If an instance of this object has the value normal, then the chassis power has not been exceeded. If an instance of this object has the value failed, the chassis power was exceeded when a controller card was inserted. This object is accessible-for-notify.

1.33.3   rbnSRProcessNotifyTable

A list of process event notifications since the agent was last reinitialized. If no process event has ever been generated, this table is empty, for example, has zero entries.

Index: rbnSRProcessNotifyProcName

Table 87 describes the attributes in rbnSRProcessNotifyTable. All objects in the table are read-only.

Table 87    Objects in rbnSRProcessNotifyTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSRProcessNotifyPID

rbnSRProcessNotifyEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.1.3.1.2

Unsigned32

0– 214748364

A decimal number uniquely identifies the process. The value 0 indicates the process has not been started.

rbnSRProcessNotifyEventCause

rbnSRProcessNotifyEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.1.3.1.3

Integer

1—firstStart

2—hangup

3—interrupt

4—quit

5—illegalInstruction

6—traceTrap

7—abort

8—emt

9—floatingPointException

10—kill

11—busError

12—segmentFault

13—systemCallError

14—pipeError

15—alarmClock

16—softwareTermination

17—urgentConditionOnIOChannel

18—stopNotFromTty

19—stopFromTty

20—continueStopped

21—childExit

22—ttyInput

23—ttyOutput

24—inputOutput

25—exceededCpuTime

26—exceededFileSize

27—virtualAlarm

28—profilingAlarm

29—windowResize

30—infoRequest

31—userDefined1

32—userDefined2

33—powerFailRestart

34—unknown

Identifies the cause of a process death or birth event. The value firstStart (1) indicates that the process has been started the first time. The other values identify the process exit status recorded on the last process death event. On the SmartEdge platform, these values correspond 1-to-1 with the values displayed by the 'show process crash-info' CLI command.

rbnSRProcessNotifyEventType

rbnSRProcessNotifyEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.1.3.1.4

Integer

1—death

2—birth

The type of event notification sent on the process described by this row of the table. The process event type death (1) indicates that the agent has been informed that the process is not available for any use. The event type birth (2) indicates that the agent has been informed that the process has started.

rbnSRProcessNumOfSpawn

rbnSRProcessNotifyEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.1.3.1.5

Unsigned32

0–2147483647

The number of times the process has been spawned since the system was last initialized. Note that this is different from the restart of the network management portion of the system.

rbnSRProcessNotifyLastTimeSent

rbnSRProcessNotifyEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.1.3.1.6

TimeTicks

Integer

0– 4294967295

The value of the sysUpTime object at the time this notification was last generated on the process.

1.33.4   rbnSRStorageTable

This is a table of long-term storage devices contained by the system. Disk devices accessed remotely over a network are not included.

Index: rbnSRStorageIndex

Table 88 describes the attributes in rbnSRStorageTable. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 88    Objects in rbnSRStorageTable

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnSRStorageDescr

rbnSRStorageEntry 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.2

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–64)

A textual description of this storage device, optionally including the device manufacturer, revision, and serial number.

rbnSRStorageMedia

rbnSRStorageEntry 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.3

Integer

1—other

2—hardDisk

3—flashMemory

The type of media used in this long-term storage device.

rbnSRStorageRemovable

rbnSRStorageEntry 4

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.4

TruthValue

1—true

2—false

Denotes whether or not the storage media can be removed from the slot.

rbnSRStorageSize

rbnSRStorageEntry 5

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.5

RbnKBytes

Integer32

0–2147483647

The total size for this long-term storage device. If the media is removeable and is currently removed, this value should be zero.

rbnSRStorageUtilization

rbnSRStorageEntry 6

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.6

RbnPercentage

Integer32

0–100

The percent utilization of the storage space on a scale of 0 to 100 percent. The formula used to calculate the Utilization is as follows. used blocks * 100 Utilization = free blocks avail to the user + used blocks Note that the divisor is the total number of blocks available to the user, which is a subset of the total storage size on the device in the rbnSRStorageSize object.

rbnSRStorageSlot

rbnSRStorageEntry 7

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.7

RbnSlot

Unsigned32

(0–255)

The chassis slot number in which the controller card containing this storage device is present.

rbnSRStorageMountTime

rbnSRStorageEntry 8

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.8

TimeTicks

Integer

0– 4294967295

The value of sysUpTime when this storage device was last mounted.

rbnSRStorageStatus

rbnSRStorageEntry 9

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.9

Integer

1—operational

2—degrading

3—failed

The functional status of this storage device.

rbnSRStorageErrors

rbnSRStorageEntry 10

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.24.1.2.1.1.10

Counter32

N/A

The cumulative count of soft errors on this storage device.

1.34   RBN-TACACS-MIB

Defines notifications for tracking the Terminal Access Controller Access Control System Plus (TACACS+) server state (in accordance with Internet-Draft draft-grant-tacacs-02.txt).

1.34.1   TACACS+ Notification Objects

Table 89 describes the notification objects for RBN-TACACS-MIB. All objects in the table are read-only unless otherwise specified.

Table 89    TACACS+ Notification Objects

Object and Object Identifier

Type

Value Range

Description

rbnTacacsContext

rbnTacacsNotifyObjects 1

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.33.1.3.1

SnmpAdminString

SIZE (1–63)

The name of the context in which this server is configured. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnTacacsServerIndex

rbnTacacsNotifyObjects 2

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.33.1.3.2

Unsigned32

1– 4294967295

A unique index value assigned to each TACACS server. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnTacacsServerAddressType

rbnTacacsNotifyObjects 3

1.3.6.1.4.1.2352.2.33.1.3.3

InetAddressType

Integer

0—unknown

1—ipv4

2—ipv6

16—dns

The type of address contained in the rbnTacacsServerAddress object. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnTacacsServerAddress

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InetAddress

String

SIZE (0–255)

The TACACS+ server address. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnTacacsServerPort

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Unsigned32

0–65535

The TCP port number. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnTacacsServerState

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RbnTacacsState

Integer

1—unknown

2—up

3—down

The current state of the TACACS+ server. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnTacacsServerReason

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RbnTacacsReason

Integer

1—responding

2—packetTimeout

3—serverTimeout

4—serverError

The reason for the server's last state change. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnTacacsUserName

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SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–128)

The name of the user the system was trying to authenticate or send accounting information for when the TACACS+ server transitioned to 'down'. The 'username' is valid only when transitioning due to a packet-level timeout. When transitioning due to any other reason, the value for this object will be a zero-length string. This object is accessible-for-notify.

rbnTacacsServerMsg

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SnmpAdminString

SIZE (0–256)

A text string optionally provided by the TACACS+ server when the rbnTacacsServerReason object is 'serverError'. In all other cases, this is a zero-length string. This object is accessible-for-notify.