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RFC 1214
OSI internet management: Management Information Base.
L. LaBarre. April 1991.

 
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Network Working Group L. Labarre, Editor Request for Comments: 1214 MITRE April 1991 OSI Internet Management: Management Information Base Status of this Memo This RFC specifies an IAB standards track protocol for the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements. Please refer to the current edition of the "IAB Official Protocol Standards" for the standardization state and status of this protocol. Distribution of this memo is unlimited. Abstract This RFC documents a MIB for use with CMIP, either over pure OSI stacks or with the CMIP over TCP specification. It redefines objects comprised by the second revision of the Management Information Base for Network Management of TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II so as to conform to the OSI structure of management information. This document is a product of the IETF OIM working group. Table of Contents 1. Introduction................................................ 2 2. Additions to MIB-II......................................... 3 2.1 Structure of the OIM Subtree............................... 3 2.2 Supporting ISO Definitions................................. 3 2.3 Additions for Object Instance Identification............... 4 2.3.1 Distinguished Names...................................... 4 2.4 Events..................................................... 5 2.5 Containment (Naming) Tree Definition....................... 5 2.6 Changes from RFC 1158...................................... 6 3. Format of OSI Templates..................................... 7 4. Object Class Definitions.................................... 7 5. Attribute Definitions....................................... 16 6. Notifications............................................... 44 7. The Containment Hierarchy................................... 45 8. ASN.1 Definitions........................................... 49 9. Acknowledgements............................................ 54 References..................................................... 55 Appendix 1: Notational Tools for Managed Object Definition..... 57 A1.1 Overview of Notational Tools.............................. 57 A1.2 Conventions Used in Template Definitions.................. 58 A1.3 Managed Object Class Template............................ 60 A1.4 Package Template......................................... 63 OIM Working Group [Page 1]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 A1.5 Parameter Template........................................ 67 A1.6 Name Binding Template.................................... 67 A1.7 Attribute Template........................................ 70 A1.8 Notification Template.................................... 73 Appendix 2: New Objects: Internet SMI Object Type Macros....... 76 Appendix 3: Supporting Definitions............................. 81 Security Considerations........................................ 82 Author's Address............................................... 83 1. Introduction This memo defines the management information base (MIB) for use with the OSI network management protocol in TCP/IP based internets. It formats the Management Information Base (MIB-II) in OSI templates and adds variables necessary for use with the OSI management protocol. Together with internet memos that define agreements for using the OSI management protocol to manage TCP/IP internets (RFC 1189) [3], the management information base: MIB-II, and OSI standards defining the structure of management information (ISO/IEC DIS 10165) [4,5,6], these documents provide an OSI compatible architecture and system for managing TCP/IP based internets and in particular the Internet community. This OSI version of the MIB specification is an incremental refinement of MIB-II. It has been designed according to the following policy: first, maintain compatibility with MIB-II by including objects in MIB-II without changes to their registered identifiers, syntax, and behaviour; second, format the MIB-II using the OSI structure of information defined templates; third, add attributes necessary for identification using the OSI management protocol; fourth, identify object instances in a manner which is compatible with development of a common application programming interface for both CMIP and SNMP; and finally, define notifications (events), including those defined by SNMP (RFC 1157) [14], deemed necessary for management. It is expected that the MIB will grow over time to accommodate the changing needs of the Internet. As reported in RFC 1109, Report of the Second Ad Hoc Network Management Review Group [13], the requirements for SNMP and OSI frameworks were more different than anticipated. Therefore, the requirement for compatibility between the SMI/MIB for both frameworks was suspended. This action allowed both frameworks to independently define the MIB according to their SMI requirements and views of management. The SNMP response included development of MIB-II. The OSI response is this document which builds on the excellent work done in MIB-II, and adds to it attributes necessary to map into the OSI OIM Working Group [Page 2]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 SMI. The OIM network management framework consists of: Open Systems Interconnection - Structure of Management Information: Parts 1-4, ISO/IEC DIS 10165 [4,5,6], with slight modifications to maintain compatibility with RFC 1155 [11]; OSI Internet Management: Management Information Base, this memo; and the OSI Common Management Information Service (CMIS) [7] and Common Management Information Protocol (CMIP) [8]. 2. Additions to MIB-II Additions to MIB-II fall into the following categories: the addition of the managed object class "top" from which all object classes are derived; additions for object instance identification purposes according to the OSI SMI; additions for generation of asynchronous events; the addition of name bindings which define the binding between objects in the containment (naming) hierarchy; and the addition of proposed changes to RFC 1158 that are expected to be accepted by the IETF [16]. 2.1 Structure of the OIM Subtree The oim subtree structure is defined below. Note that the "cmot" subtree has been relabeled to "oim". cmot OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {mib 9} oim OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {cmot} cmotVersion OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 1} cmotACSEInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 2} cmotSystemId OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 3} misc OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 4} objects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 5} attributes OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 6} events OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 7} nameforms OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 8} actions OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 9} 2.2 Supporting ISO Definitions The OSI defined managed object class "top" [5], as defined by OSI, has been added to the MIB. This managed object class is the root of the inheritance hierarchy. The class "top" contains attributes that are inherited by all objects in the MIB. Pending the progression of ISO/IEC DIS 10165 to an International Standard status, "top" and its associated attributes are registered in Appendix 3. OIM Working Group [Page 3]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 2.3 Additions for Object Instance Identification The conventions for identifying objects in the OIM MIB-II for use with CMIP are defined below. 2.3.1 Distinguished Names The distinguished name of an object shall consist of a sequence of relative distinguished names, one for each object on the containment path from the root to the object. Each relative distinguished name shall contain exactly one attribute, the "naming" attribute for the corresponding class, as specified by a NAME BINDING template. The CMIP ObjectInstance shall be encoded using the distinguishedName choice. Object classes for which there is only a single instance normally implemented in a managed system, other than the "system" managed object class, shall use an empty string for their naming attribute value, i.e., a string of length zero. The format of the naming attribute for the "system" managed object class and object classes which normally have multiple instances, e.g., table entries, are defined in the attribute templates for the naming attributes of those classes. The formats for naming attributes of table entries are compatible with instance identification conventions used by SNMP, thereby facilitating the development of a common application programming interface that may interface to either protocol. For example, a distinguished name designating a particular routing table entry (of class ipRouteEntry) might be { { sysName = "troi.mitre.org"} { ipId = ""} { ipRoutingTableId = "" } { ipRouteEntryId = "129.83.2.17" } }. The naming attributes for each OIM MIB-II managed object class listed in section 5 may be determined by reference to the NAME BINDING templates listed in section 8. The naming attribute definitions can be found in the alphabetical listing of all attributes in section 6. The following attributes have been defined for MIB-II object classes for purposes of object instance identification. OIM Working Group [Page 4]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 Attribute Identifier Object ifTableId {attributes 1} ifTable atTableId {attributes 2} atTable atEntryId {attributes 3} atEntry ipId {attributes 4} ip ipAddrTableId {attributes 5} ipAddrTable ipRoutingTableId {attributes 6} ipRoutingtable ipNetToMediaTableId {attributes 7} ipNetToMediaTable ipNetToMediaEntryId (attributes 8} ipNetToMediaEntry icmpId {attributes 9} icmp tcpId {attributes 10} tcp tcpConnTableId {attributes 11} tcpConnTable tcpConnId {attributes 12} tcpConnEntry udpId {attributes 13} udp udpTable udpEntryId {attributes 15} udpEntry egpId {attributes 16} egp egpNeighTableId {attributes 17} egpneighTable snmpId {attributes 18} snmp ipAdEntryId {attributes 19} ipAddrEntry ipRouteEntryId {attributes 20} ipRouteEntry ifEntryId {attributes 21} ifEntry egpNeighEntryId {attributes 22} egpNeighEntry ifId {attributes 23} interfaces 2.4 Events Events have been defined in accordance with the OSI SMI. These events include those defined for SNMP. The OSI SMI requires that events (notifications) are part of a specific managed object class definition. Accordingly the SNMP defined events have been assigned to specific objects within the MIB. Event Identifier Object coldStartEvent {events 0} system warmStartEvent {events 1} system linkDownEvent {events 2} ifEntry linkUpEvent {events 3} ifEntry snmpAuthentFailureEvent {events 4} snmp egpNeighborLossEvent {events 5} egpNeighEntry entSpecificEvent {events 6} system 2.5 Containment (Naming) Tree Definition The OSI SMI requires that object classes be bound into the containment hierarchy for purposes of naming. The binding must OIM Working Group [Page 5]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 specify for the managed object class: a) the object which is superior to it in the containment hierarchy; and b) an attribute in the managed object class that is used to distinguish instances of the object at a given level in the containment hierarchy. The containment tree begins with "root". Agents in managed systems will consider root to be immediately above the "system" object in the containment hierarchy. They may ignore any relative distinguished names that precede the relative distinguished name for "system". The name bindings for objects in the OIM MIB-II are specified in section 8. 2.6 Changes from RFC 1158 The proposed successor to RFC 1158 [16] contains several minor additions that have been incorporated into this document. o The sysLocation attribute of the system managed object class is changed to GET-REPLACE. o The ipRouteMetric5 and ipRouteInfo attributes are added to the ipRouteEntry managed object class. o The textual descriptor of the snmpEnableAuthTraps is changed to snmpEnableAuthenTraps. o The PhysAddress textual convention is introduced to represent media addresses. o The definition of sysServices is clarified. o New ifType values (29-32) are defined. In addition, the textual-descriptor for the DS1 and E1 interface types is corrected. o The definition of ipForwarding is clarified. o The definition of ipRouteType is clarified. o The tcpConnState attribute is now GET-REPLACE, to support deletion of the TCB associated with a TCP connection. The definition of this object is clarified to explain this usage. o The definition of egpNeighEventTrigger is clarified. o The definition of several of the variables in the new snmp group are clarified. In addition, the OIM Working Group [Page 6]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 snmpInBadTypes and snmpOutReadOnlys objects are no longer present. (However, the object identifiers associated with those objects are reserved to prevent future use.) o The definition of snmpInReadOnlys is clarified. o The ipRoutingDiscards attribute is added to the ip object. o The optional use of an implementation-dependent, small positive integer is disallowed when identifying instances of the IP address and routing tables. 3. Format of OSI Templates The format of OSI templates is defined in ISO/IEC DIS 10165-4 [6], Open Systems Interconnection - Structure of Management Information - Part 4: Guidelines for Managed Object Definition. The template definitions relevant to this document are included in Appendix 1. 4. Object Class Definitions The Internet SMI objects are recast into OSI template form using the following conventions: o MIB II groups become OSI object classes, except for the "at" group which has no attributes. o Tables become OSI object classes. o Table entries become OSI object classes. o All other object types become OSI attributes and are assigned to object classes according to their association in MIB II. The templates for the OIM MIB-II object classes are listed in alphabetical order below. atEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY atEntryPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES atEntryId GET, OIM Working Group [Page 7]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 atIfIndex GET-REPLACE, atPhysAddress GET-REPLACE, atNetAddress GET-REPLACE;;; REGISTERED AS { atTable 1}; atTable MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY atTablePkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES atTableId GET;;; REGISTERED AS { at 1}; egp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY egpPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES egpId GET, egpInMsgs GET, egpInErrors GET, egpOutMsgs GET, egpOutErrors GET, egpAs GET;;; REGISTERED AS { mib 8}; egpNeighEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY egpNeighEntryPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES egpNeighEntryId GET, egpNeighState GET, egpNeighAddr GET, egpNeighAs GET, egpNeighInMsgs GET, egpNeighInErrs GET, egpNeighOutMsgs GET, egpNeighOutErrs GET, egpNeighInErrMsgs GET, egpNeighOutErrMsgs GET, egpNeighStateUps GET, egpNeighStateDowns GET, egpNeighIntervalHello GET, egpNeighIntervalPoll GET, OIM Working Group [Page 8]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 egpNeighMode GET, egpNeighEventTrigger GET-REPLACE; NOTIFICATIONS egpNeighborLossEvent;;; REGISTERED AS { egpNeighTable 1}; egpNeighTable MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY egpNeighTablePkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES egpNeighTableId GET;;; REGISTERED AS { egp 5}; icmp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY icmpPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES icmpId GET, icmpInMsgs GET, icmpInErrors GET, icmpInDestUnreachs GET, icmpInTimeExcds GET, icmpInParmProbs GET, icmpInSrcQuenchs GET, icmpInRedirects GET, icmpInEchos GET, icmpInEchoReps GET, icmpInTimestamps GET, icmpInTimestampReps GET, icmpInAddrMasks GET, icmpInAddrMaskReps GET, icmpOutMsgs GET, icmpOutErrors GET, icmpOutDestUnreachs GET, icmpOutTimeExcds GET, icmpOutParmProbs GET, icmpOutSrcQuenchs GET, icmpOutRedirects GET, icmpOutEchos GET, icmpOutEchoReps GET, icmpOutTimestamps GET, icmpOutTimestampReps GET, icmpOutAddrMasks GET, icmpOutAddrMaskReps GET;;; OIM Working Group [Page 9]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 REGISTERED AS { mib 5}; ifEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ifEntryPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ifEntryId GET, ifIndex GET, ifDescr GET, ifType GET, ifMtu GET, ifSpeed GET, ifPhysAddress GET, ifAdminStatus GET-REPLACE, ifOperStatus GET, ifLastChange GET, ifInOctets GET, ifInUcastPkts GET, ifInNUcastPkts GET, ifInDiscards GET, ifInErrors GET, ifInUnknownProtos GET, ifOutOctets GET, ifOutUcastPkts GET, ifOutNUcastPkts GET, ifOutDiscards GET, ifOutErrors GET, ifOutQLen GET, ifSpecific GET; NOTIFICATIONS linkUpEvent, linkDownEvent;;; REGISTERED AS { ifTable 1}; ifTable MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ifTablePkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ifTableId GET;;; REGISTERED AS { interface 2}; interfaces MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY OIM Working Group [Page 10]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 interfacesPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ifId GET, ifNumber GET;;; REGISTERED AS { mib 2}; ip MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ipPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ipId GET, ipForwarding GET-REPLACE, ipDefaultTTL GET-REPLACE, ipInReceives GET, ipInHdrErrors GET, ipInAddrErrors GET, ipForwDatagrams GET, ipInUnknownProtos GET, ipInDiscards GET, ipInDelivers GET, ipOutRequests GET, ipOutDiscards GET, ipOutNoRoutes GET, ipReasmTimeout GET, ipReasmReqds GET, ipReasmOKs GET, ipReasmFails GET, ipFragOKs GET, ipFragFails GET, ipFragCreates GET, ipRoutingDiscards GET;;; REGISTERED AS { mib 4}; ipAddrEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ipAddrEntryPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ipAdEntryId GET, ipAdEntAddr GET, ipAdEntIfIndex GET, ipAdEntNetMask GET, ipAdEntBcastAddr GET, ipAdEntReasmMaxSize GET;;; OIM Working Group [Page 11]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 REGISTERED AS { ipAddrTable 1}; ipAddrTable MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ipAddrTablePkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ipAddrTableId GET;;; REGISTERED AS { ip 20}; ipNetToMediaEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ipNetToMediaEntryPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ipNetToMediaEntryId GET, ipNetToMediaIfIndex GET-REPLACE, ipNetToMediaPhysAddress GET-REPLACE, ipNetToMediaNetAddress GET-REPLACE, ipNetToMediaType GET-REPLACE;;; REGISTERED AS { ipNetToMediaTable 1}; ipNetToMediaTable MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ipNetToMediaTablePkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ipNetToMediaTableId GET;;; REGISTERED AS { ip 22}; ipRouteEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ipRouteEntryPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ipRouteEntryId GET, ipRouteDest GET-REPLACE, ipRouteIfIndex GET-REPLACE, ipRouteMetric1 GET-REPLACE, ipRouteMetric2 GET-REPLACE, ipRouteMetric3 GET-REPLACE, ipRouteMetric4 GET-REPLACE, ipRouteMetric5 GET-REPLACE, ipRouteNextHop GET-REPLACE, OIM Working Group [Page 12]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ipRouteType GET-REPLACE, ipRouteProto GET, ipRouteAge GET-REPLACE, ipRouteMask GET-REPLACE, ipRouteInfo GET-REPLACE;;; REGISTERED AS { ipRoutingTable 1}; ipRoutingTable MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY ipRoutingTablePkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES ipRoutingTableId GET;;; REGISTERED AS { ip 21}; snmp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY snmpPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES snmpId GET, snmpInPkts GET, snmpInBadVersions GET, snmpInBadCommunityNames GET, snmpInBadCommunityUses GET, snmpInASNParseErrs GET, snmpInTooBigs GET, snmpInNoSuchNames GET, snmpInBadValues GET, snmpInReadOnlys GET, snmpInGenErrs GET, snmpInTotalReqVars GET, snmpInTotalSetVars GET, snmpInGetRequests GET, snmpInGetNexts GET, snmpInSetRequests GET, snmpInGetResponses GET, snmpInTraps GET, snmpOutPkts GET, snmpOutTooBigs GET, snmpOutNoSuchNames GET, snmpOutBadValues GET, snmpOutGenErrs GET, snmpOutGetRequests GET, snmpOutGetNexts GET, snmpOutSetRequests GET, OIM Working Group [Page 13]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 snmpOutGetResponses GET, snmpOutTraps GET, snmpEnableAuthenTraps GET-REPLACE; NOTIFICATIONS snmpAuthentFailureEvent;;; REGISTERED AS {mib 11}; system MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY systemPkg PACKAGE -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES sysDescr GET, sysObjectId GET, sysUpTime GET, sysContact GET-REPLACE, sysName GET-REPLACE, -- MAJOR HEALTH WARNING sysName is the -- naming attribute and should not be -- modified via remote management without -- coordinated local system changes sysLocation GET-REPLACE, sysServices GET; NOTIFICATIONS coldStartEvent, warmStartEvent, entSpecificEvent;;; REGISTERED AS {mib 1}; tcp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY tcpPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES tcpId GET, tcpRtoAlgorithm GET, tcpRtoMin GET, tcpRtoMax GET, tcpMaxConn GET, tcpActiveOpens GET, tcpPassiveOpens GET, tcpAttemptFails GET, tcpEstabResets GET, tcpCurrEstab GET, tcpInSegs GET, tcpOutSegs GET, OIM Working Group [Page 14]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 tcpRetransSegs GET, tcpInErrs GET, tcpOutRsts GET;;; REGISTERED AS { mib 6}; tcpConnEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY tcpConnEntryPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES tcpConnId GET, tcpConnState GET-REPLACE, tcpConnLocalAddress GET, tcpConnLocalPort GET, tcpConnRemAddress GET, tcpConnRemPort GET;;; REGISTERED AS { tcpConnTable 1 }; tcpConnTable MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY tcpConnTablePkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES tcpConnTableId GET;;; REGISTERED AS { tcp 13 }; udp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY udpPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES udpId GET, udpInDatagrams GET, udpNoPorts GET, udpInErrors GET, udpOutDatagrams GET;;; REGISTERED AS { mib 7}; udpEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY udpEntryPkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for attribute semantics ATTRIBUTES OIM Working Group [Page 15]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 udpEntryId GET, udpLocalAddress GET, udpLocalPort GET;;; REGISTERED AS { udpTable 1 }; udpTable MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM top; CHARACTERIZED BY udpTablePkg PACKAGE -- see MIB II [16] for semantics ATTRIBUTES udpTableId GET;;; REGISTERED AS { udp 5 }; 5. Attribute Definitions Attribute templates for the attributes referenced in the managed object class templates of section 5 are listed here in alphabetical order. atEntryId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- identifies the atEntry instance -- <index>".1." <address>, where <index is the decimal -- representation of atIfIndex and <address> is atNetAddress -- represented in "dot notation". The "1" subidentifier -- indicates that the address is an IP address. REGISTERED AS {attributes 3}; atIfIndex ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {atEntry 1}; atNetAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.NetworkAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {atEntry 3}; atPhysAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PhysAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; OIM Working Group [Page 16]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {atEntry 2}; atTableId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute identifies the instance of -- the address table which is being used. -- An empty string is used for a single -- instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 2}; egpAs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egp 6}; egpId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- EGP entity naming attribute. -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 16}; egpInErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egp 2}; egpInMsgs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egp 1}; egpNeighAddr ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 2}; egpNeighAs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; OIM Working Group [Page 17]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 3}; egpNeighEntryId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- identifies the egp neighbor table entry. -- egpNeighAddr encoded in "dot notation". REGISTERED AS {attributes 22}; egpNeighEventTrigger ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.EgpNeighEventTrigger; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 15}; egpNeighInErrMsgs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 8}; egpNeighInErrs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 5}; egpNeighInMsgs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 4}; egpNeighIntervalHello ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 12}; egpNeighIntervalPoll ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; OIM Working Group [Page 18]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 13}; egpNeighMode ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.EgpNeighMode; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 14}; egpNeighOutErrMsgs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 9}; egpNeighOutErrs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 7}; egpNeighOutMsgs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 6}; egpNeighState ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.EgpNeighState; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 1}; egpNeighStateDowns ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 11}; egpNeighStateUps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egpNeighEntry 10}; OIM Working Group [Page 19]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 egpNeighTableId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute uniquely identifies the -- egp neighbor table -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 17}; egpOutErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egp 4}; egpOutMsgs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {egp 3}; icmpId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute uniquely identifies the -- ICMP object instance -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 9}; icmpInAddrMaskReps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 13}; icmpInAddrMasks ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 12}; icmpInDestUnreachs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; OIM Working Group [Page 20]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 3}; icmpInEchoReps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 9}; icmpInEchos ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 8}; icmpInErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 2}; icmpInMsgs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 1}; icmpInParmProbs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 5}; icmpInRedirects ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 7}; icmpInSrcQuenchs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 6}; OIM Working Group [Page 21]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 icmpInTimeExcds ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 4}; icmpInTimestampReps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 11}; icmpInTimestamps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 10}; icmpOutAddrMaskReps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 26}; icmpOutAddrMasks ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 25}; icmpOutDestUnreachs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 16}; icmpOutEchoReps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 22}; OIM Working Group [Page 22]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 icmpOutEchos ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 21}; icmpOutErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 15}; icmpOutMsgs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 14}; icmpOutParmProbs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 18}; icmpOutRedirects ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 20}; icmpOutSrcQuenchs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 19}; icmpOutTimeExcds ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 17}; OIM Working Group [Page 23]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 icmpOutTimestampReps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 24}; icmpOutTimestamps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {icmp 23}; ifAdminStatus ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.IfAdminStatus; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 7}; ifDescr ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 2}; ifEntryId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- The decimal representation of ifIndex. REGISTERED AS {attributes 21}; ifId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 23}; ifIndex ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 1}; ifInDiscards ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; OIM Working Group [Page 24]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 13}; ifInErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 14}; ifInNUcastPkts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 12}; ifInOctets ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 10}; ifInUcastPkts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 11}; ifInUnknownProtos ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 15}; ifLastChange ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.TimeTicks; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 9}; ifMtu ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 4}; ifNumber ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; OIM Working Group [Page 25]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {interfaces 1}; ifOperStatus ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.IfOperStatus; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 8}; ifOutDiscards ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 19}; ifOutErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 20}; ifOutNUcastPkts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 18}; ifOutOctets ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 16}; ifOutQLen ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Gauge; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 21}; ifOutUcastPkts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 17}; OIM Working Group [Page 26]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ifPhysAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PhysAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 6}; ifSpecific ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.ObjectId; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 22}; ifSpeed ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Gauge; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 5}; ifTableId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- an empty string REGISTERED AS {attributes 1}; ifType ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.IfType; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ifEntry 3}; ipAddrTableId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute provides a unique id -- which identifies the address table. -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 5}; ipAdEntAddr ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipAddrEntry 1}; ipAdEntBcastAddr ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; OIM Working Group [Page 27]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipAddrEntry 4}; ipAdEntIfIndex ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipAddrEntry 2}; ipAdEntNetMask ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipAddrEntry 3}; ipAdEntReasmMaxSize ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer64k; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipAddrEntry 5}; ipAdEntryId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute uniquely identifies the ip address -- table entry. The format is: -- <addr> , where <addr> is ipAdEntAddr -- represented in "dot notation". REGISTERED AS {attributes 19}; ipDefaultTTL ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 2}; ipForwarding ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.IpForwarding; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 1}; ipForwDatagrams ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics OIM Working Group [Page 28]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 REGISTERED AS {ip 6}; ipFragCreates ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 19}; ipFragFails ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 18}; ipFragOKs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 17}; ipId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- identifies the Ip entity. -- An empty string is used for a single instance REGISTERED AS {attributes 4}; ipInAddrErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 5}; ipInDelivers ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 9}; ipInDiscards ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 8}; ipInHdrErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; OIM Working Group [Page 29]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 4}; ipInReceives ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 3}; ipInUnknownProtos ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 7}; ipNetToMediaEntryId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- identifies an instance of IpNetToMediaEntry -- <interface> "." <address>, where <interface> is the -- decimal representation of ipNetToMediaIfIndex and -- <address> is ipNetToMediaNetAddress in -- "dot notation". REGISTERED AS {attributes 8}; ipNetToMediaIfIndex ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipNetToMediaEntry 1}; ipNetToMediaNetAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipNetToMediaEntry 3}; ipNetToMediaPhysAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PhysAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipNetToMediaEntry 2}; OIM Working Group [Page 30]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ipNetToMediaTableId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This is the distinguishing attribute for the -- Ip Net to Media Table. -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 7}; ipNetToMediaType ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.IpNetToMediaType; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipNetToMediaEntry 4}; ipOutDiscards ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 11}; ipOutNoRoutes ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 12}; ipOutRequests ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 10}; ipReasmFails ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 16}; ipReasmOKs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 15}; ipReasmReqds ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; OIM Working Group [Page 31]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 14}; ipReasmTimeout ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 13}; ipRouteAge ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 10}; ipRouteDest ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 1}; ipRouteEntryId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute identifies the ip route table entry. -- The format is <dest>, where <dest> is -- ipRouteDest represented in "dot notation. REGISTERED AS {attributes 20}; ipRouteIfIndex ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 2}; ipRouteInfo ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.ObjectId; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 13}; ipRouteMask ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 11}; OIM Working Group [Page 32]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ipRouteMetric1 ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 3}; ipRouteMetric2 ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 4}; ipRouteMetric3 ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 5}; ipRouteMetric4 ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 6}; ipRouteMetric5 ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 12}; ipRouteNextHop ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 7}; ipRouteProto ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.IpRouteProto; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 9}; ipRouteType ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.IpRouteType; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ipRouteEntry 8}; OIM Working Group [Page 33]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ipRoutingDiscards ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {ip 23}; ipRoutingTableId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- unique id which identifies the -- Ip Routing Table instance. -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 6}; snmpEnableAuthenTraps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.SnmpEnableAuthenTraps; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 30}; snmpId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- naming attribute for snmp -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 18}; snmpInASNParseErrs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 6}; snmpInBadCommunityNames ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 4}; snmpInBadCommunityUses ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; OIM Working Group [Page 34]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 5}; snmpInBadValues ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 10}; snmpInBadVersions ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 3}; snmpInGenErrs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 12}; snmpInGetNexts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 16}; snmpInGetRequests ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 15}; snmpInGetResponses ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 18}; snmpInNoSuchNames ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; OIM Working Group [Page 35]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 9}; snmpInPkts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 1}; snmpInReadOnlys ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 11}; snmpInSetRequests ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 17}; snmpInTooBigs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 8}; snmpInTotalReqVars ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 13}; snmpInTotalSetVars ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 14}; snmpInTraps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 19}; OIM Working Group [Page 36]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 snmpOutBadValues ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 22}; snmpOutGenErrs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 24}; snmpOutGetNexts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 26}; snmpOutGetRequests ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 25}; snmpOutGetResponses ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 28}; snmpOutNoSuchNames ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 21}; snmpOutPkts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 2}; OIM Working Group [Page 37]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 snmpOutSetRequests ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 27}; snmpOutTooBigs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 20}; snmpOutTraps ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {snmp 29}; sysContact ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {system 4}; sysDescr ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {system 1}; sysLocation ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {system 6}; sysName ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics -- The nodes domain name. REGISTERED AS {system 5}; OIM Working Group [Page 38]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 sysObjectId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.ObjectId; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {system 2}; sysServices ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer128; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {system 7}; sysUpTime ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.TimeTicks; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {system 3}; tcpActiveOpens ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 5}; tcpAttemptFails ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 7}; tcpConnId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- identifies an instance of tcpConnEntry -- <laddr> "." <lport> "." <raddr> "." <rport>, where -- <laddr> is the "dot notation" representation of -- tcpConnLocalAddress, -- <lport> is the decimal representation of -- tcpConnLocalPort, -- <raddr> is the "dot notation" representation of -- tcpConnRemAddress, and --<rport> is the decimal representation of -- tcpConnRemPort. REGISTERED AS {attributes 12}; OIM Working Group [Page 39]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 tcpConnLocalAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcpConnEntry 2}; tcpConnLocalPort ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer64k; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcpConnEntry 3}; tcpConnRemAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcpConnEntry 4}; tcpConnRemPort ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer64k; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcpConnEntry 5}; tcpConnState ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.TcpConnState; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcpConnEntry 1}; tcpConnTableId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute defines a unique index of -- tcpConnEntry in the TCP Connection Table -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 11}; tcpCurrEstab ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Gauge; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 9}; tcpEstabResets ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; OIM Working Group [Page 40]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 8}; tcpId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute uniquely identified a tcp -- object instance -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 10}; tcpInErrs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 14}; tcpInSegs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 10}; tcpMaxConn ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 4}; tcpOutRsts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 15}; tcpOutSegs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 11}; tcpPassiveOpens ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; OIM Working Group [Page 41]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 6}; tcpRetransSegs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 12}; tcpRtoAlgorithm ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.TcpRtoAlgorithm; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 1}; tcpRtoMax ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 3}; tcpRtoMin ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {tcp 2}; udpEntryId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute defines an entry -- for the UDP Listener Table -- <port> "." <address>, where <port> is the decimal -- representation of udpLocalPort and <address> is -- udpLocalAddress represented in "dot notation". REGISTERED AS {attributes 15}; udpId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute provides a unique id to -- identify the UDP entity. -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 13}; OIM Working Group [Page 42]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 udpInDatagrams ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {udp 1}; udpInErrors ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {udp 3}; udpLocalAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.IpAddress; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {udpEntry 1}; udpLocalPort ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.Integer64k; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {udpEntry 2}; udpNoPorts ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {udp 2}; udpOutDatagrams ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX RFC1065-SMI.Counter; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; -- SEE MIB II [16] for attribute semantics REGISTERED AS {udp 4}; udpTableId ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX OIM-Module.PrintString; MATCHES FOR Equality; -- This attribute defines a unique id -- for the UDP Listener Table -- An empty string is used for a single instance. REGISTERED AS {attributes 14}; OIM Working Group [Page 43]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 6. Notifications Notification templates for the notifications referenced in the managed object class templates of section 5 are listed here in alphabetical order. coldStartEvent NOTIFICATION -- clause 4.1.6.1 of RFC1157 -- emitted by system MODE NON-CONFIRMED; WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX OIM-Module.SnmpTrapInfo REGISTERED AS {events 0}; egpNeighborLossEvent NOTIFICATION -- clause 4.1.6.6 of RFC1157 -- with generic-trap = 5 -- The first VarBindList element -- contains the name and value of the -- egpNeighAddr of the affected -- neighbor. -- emitted by egpNeighEntry MODE NON-CONFIRMED; WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX OIM-Module.SnmpTrapInfo; REGISTERED AS {events 5}; linkDownEvent NOTIFICATION -- clause 4.1.6.3 of RFC1157 -- emitted by ifEntry -- with generic-trap = 2 MODE NON-CONFIRMED; WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX OIM-Module.SnmpTrapInfo; REGISTERED AS {events 2}; linkUpEvent NOTIFICATION -- clause 4.1.6.4 of RFC1157 -- emitted by ifEntry -- with generic-trap = 3 MODE NON-CONFIRMED; WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX OIM-Module.SnmpTrapInfo; REGISTERED AS {events 3}; snmpAuthentFailureEvent NOTIFICATION -- clause 4.1.6.5 of RFC1157 -- emitted by snmp MODE NON-CONFIRMED; WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX OIM-Module.SnmpTrapInfo; REGISTERED AS {events 4}; OIM Working Group [Page 44]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 entSpecificEvent NOTIFICATION -- clause 4.1.6.7 of RFC1157 -- emitted by system MODE NON-CONFIRMED; WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX OIM-Module.SnmpTrapInfo; REGISTERED AS {events 6}; warmStartEvent NOTIFICATION -- clause 4.1.6.2 of RFC1157 -- emitted by system MODE NON-CONFIRMED; WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX OIM-Module.SnmpTrapInfo; REGISTERED AS {events 1}; 7. The Containment Hierarchy Name Binding templates that define the containment hierarchy for the OIM MIB-II are listed here in alphabetical order. The containment hierarchy within a managed system begins at the "system" managed object. atEntry-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS atEntry; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS atTable; WITH ATTRIBUTE atEntryId; CREATE; DELETE only-if-no-contained-objects; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 5}; atTable-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS atTable; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS system; WITH ATTRIBUTE atTableId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 4}; egp-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS egp; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS system; WITH ATTRIBUTE egpId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 20}; egpNeighEntry-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS egpNeighEntry; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS egpNeighTable; WITH ATTRIBUTE egpNeighEntryId; CREATE; DELETE only-if-no-contained-objects; OIM Working Group [Page 45]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 REGISTERED AS { nameForms 22}; egpNeighTable-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS egpNeighTable; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS egp; WITH ATTRIBUTE egpNeighTableId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 21}; icmp-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS icmp; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS system; WITH ATTRIBUTE icmpId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 13}; interfaces-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS interfaces; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS system; WITH ATTRIBUTE ifId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 24}; ifEntry-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ifEntry; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS ifTable; WITH ATTRIBUTE ifEntryId; CREATE; DELETE only-if-no-contained-objects; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 3}; ifTable-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ifTable; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS interfaces; WITH ATTRIBUTE ifTableId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 2}; ip-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ip; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS system; WITH ATTRIBUTE ipId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 6}; ipAddrEntry-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ipAddrEntry; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS ipAddrTable; WITH ATTRIBUTE ipAdEntryId; CREATE; DELETE only-if-no-contained-objects; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 8}; OIM Working Group [Page 46]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ipAddrTable-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ipAddrTable; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS ip; WITH ATTRIBUTE ipAddrTableId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 7}; ipNetToMediaEntry-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ipNetToMediaEntry; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS ipNetToMediaTable; WITH ATTRIBUTE ipNetToMediaEntryId; CREATE; DELETE only-if-no-contained-objects; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 12}; ipNetToMediaTable-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ipNetToMediaTable; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS ip; WITH ATTRIBUTE ipNetToMediaTableId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 11}; ipRouteEntry-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ipRouteEntry; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS ipRoutingTable; WITH ATTRIBUTE ipRouteEntryId; CREATE; DELETE only-if-no-contained-objects; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 10}; ipRoutingTable-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS ipRoutingTable; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS ip; WITH ATTRIBUTE ipRoutingTableId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 9}; snmp-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS snmp; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS system; WITH ATTRIBUTE snmpId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 23}; system-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS system; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS root; WITH ATTRIBUTE sysName; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 1 }; OIM Working Group [Page 47]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 tcp-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS tcp; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS system; WITH ATTRIBUTE tcpid; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 14}; tcpConnEntry-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS tcpConnEntry; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS tcpConnTable; WITH ATTRIBUTE tcpConnId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 16}; tcpConnTable-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS tcpConnTable; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS tcp; WITH ATTRIBUTE tcpConnTableId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 15}; udp-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS udp; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS system; WITH ATTRIBUTE udpId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 17}; udpEntry-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS udpEntry; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS udpTable; WITH ATTRIBUTE udpEntryId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 19}; udpTable-nf NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS udpTable; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS udp; WITH ATTRIBUTE udpTableId; REGISTERED AS { nameForms 18}; OIM Working Group [Page 48]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 8. ASN.1 Definitions The ASN.1 syntax referenced by the attribute templates in section 6 are either defined in RFC1065-SMI, the Attribute-ASN1Module of ISO/IEC DIS 10165-2, or in the OIM-Module defined in this section. This module includes some syntax definitions taken from the RFC1158 since they were not included in that document inside an ASN.1 module and hence could not be externally referenced. OIM-Module {iso org(3) dod(6) internet(1) mgmt(2) mib(1) oim(9) misc(4) 1} DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN -- EXPORTS Everything IMPORTS ObjectClass, ObjectInstance FROM CMIP-1{joint-iso-ccitt ms(9) cmip(1) modules(0) protocol(3)} ObjectName, ObjectSyntax FROM RFC1065-SMI; mib OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {iso org(3) dod(6) internet(1) mgmt(2) 1} at OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {mib 3} oim OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {mib 9} cmotVersion OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 1} cmotACSEInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 2} cmotSystemId OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 3} misc OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 4} objects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 5} attributes OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 6} events OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 7} nameforms OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 8} actions OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {oim 9} -- Generic and MIB specific syntax EgpNeighEventTrigger ::= INTEGER { start(1), stop(2) } EgpNeighMode ::= INTEGER { active(1), passive(2) } EgpNeighState ::= INTEGER { OIM Working Group [Page 49]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 idle(1), acquisition(2), down(3), up(4), cease(5) } Integer ::= INTEGER Integer128 ::= INTEGER (0..127) Integer64k ::= INTEGER (0..65535) IfAdminStatus ::= INTEGER { up(1), -- ready to pass packets down(2), testing(3) -- in some test mode } IfOperStatus ::= INTEGER { up(1), -- ready to pass packets down(2), testing(3) -- in some test mode } IfType INTEGER { other(1), -- none of the following regular1822(2), hdh1822(3), ddn-x25(4), rfc877-x25(5), ethernet-csmacd(6), iso88023-csmacd(7), iso88024-tokenBus(8), iso88025-tokenRing(9), iso88026-man(10), starLan(11), proteon-10Mbit(12), proteon-80Mbit(13), hyperchannel(14), fddi(15), lapb(16), sdlc(17), ds1(18), e1(19), -- european equivalent -- of T-1 basicISDN(20), primaryISDN(21), OIM Working Group [Page 50]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 -- proprietary serial propPointToPointSerial(22), ppp(23), softwareLoopback(24), eon(25), -- CLNP over IP ethernet-3Mbit(26), nsip(27), -- XNS over IP slip(28), -- generic SLIP ultra(29), -- ULTRA technologies ds3(30), -- T-3 sip(31), -- SMDS frame-relay(32) } IpForwarding ::= INTEGER { forwarding(1), -- acting as a gateway not-forwarding(2) -- NOT acting as -- a gateway } IpNetToMediaType ::= INTEGER { other(1), -- none of the -- following invalid(2), -- an invalidated -- mapping dynamic(3), static(4) } IpRouteProto ::= INTEGER { other(1), -- none of the -- following local(2), -- configured entries netmgmt(3), -- mgmt protocol icmp(4), -- obtained via ICMP, -- e.g., redirect egp(5), ggp(6), hello(7), rip(8), is-is(9), es-is(10), ciscoIgrp(11), bbnSpfIgp(12), ospf(13), bgp(14) } OIM Working Group [Page 51]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 IpRouteType ::= INTEGER { other(1), -- none of the -- following invalid(2), -- an invalidated -- route direct(3), -- route to directly -- connected -- subnetwork indirect(4) -- route to a -- non-local -- host/network/ -- subnet } OIM Working Group [Page 52]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ObjectId ::= OBJECT IDENTIFIER OctetString ::= OCTET STRING PhysAddress ::= OCTET STRING PrintString ::= DisplayString (SIZE (0..255)) DisplayString ::= OCTET STRING -- -- DisplayString is restricted to the NVT ASCII character set as -- defined in pages 10-11 of RFC 854 "TELNET Protocol -- Specification", May 1983 [15]. -- -- SNMP trap syntax SnmpEnableAuthenTraps ::= INTEGER { enabled(1), disabled(2) } SnmpTrapInfo ::= SEQUENCE { enterprise -- type of device generating -- event -- see sysObjectId OBJECT IDENTIFIER, agent-addr -- address of device generating -- the event NetworkAddress, generic-trap INTEGER {coldStart (0), warmStart (1), linkDown (2), linkUp (3), authenticationFailure (4), egpNeighborLoss (5), enterpriseSpecific (6) }, specific-trap INTEGER OPTIONAL, -- enterprise specific variable-bindings VarBindList OPTIONAL} VarBindList ::= SEQUENCE OF VarBind VarBind ::= SEQUENCE { name ObjectName, ovalue ObjectSyntax} TcpConnState ::= INTEGER { closed(1), listen(2), OIM Working Group [Page 53]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 synSent(3), synReceived(4), established(5), finWait1(6), finWait2(7), closeWait(8), lastAck(9), closing(10), timeWait(11), deleteTCP(12) } TcpRtoAlgorithm ::= INTEGER { other(1), -- none of the -- following constant(2), -- a constant rto rsre(3), -- MIL-STD-1778, -- Appendix B vanj(4) -- Van Jacobsons alg. } END 9. Acknowledgements The editor acknowledges the contributions of the members of the OIM working group. Particular thanks are made to the following for their comments and assistance: Marvin Solomon, University of Wisconsin Nancy Hall, University of Wisconsin Subhendu Ghatak, University of Tennessee at Knoxville OIM Working Group [Page 54]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 References 1. ISO 8824: Information Processing - Open System Interconnection - Specification of Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1), February 1989. 2. ISO/IEC 7498-4, Information Processing Systems- Open Systems Interconnection - Basic Reference Model Part 4 - OSI Management Framework. 3. Warrier, U., Besaw, L., and LaBarre, L., and B. Handspicker, "The Common Management Information Services and Protocol for the Internet (CMOT and CMIP)", RFC 1189, Netlabs, Hewlett-Packard, The Mitre Corporation, Digital Equipment Corporation, October 1990. 4. ISO/IEC DIS 10165-1, Information Processing Systems - Open Systems Interconnection-Structure of Management Information - Part 1: Management Information Model, July 1990. 5. ISO/IEC DIS 10165-2 (ISO/IEC JTC1/SC21 N4072), Information Processing Systems -Open Systems Interconnection - Structure of Management Information - Part 2: Definition of Management Information, July 1990. 6. ISO/IEC DIS 10165-4 (ISO/IEC JTC1/SC21 N4065), Information Processing Systems - Open Systems Interconnection - Structure of Management Information - Part 4: Guidelines for the Definition of Managed Objects, June 1990. 7. ISO 9595, Information Processing Systems - Open Systems Interconnection - Management Information Service Definition - Common Management Information Service, November 1990. 8. ISO 9596, Information Processing Systems - Open Systems Interconnection - Management Information Protocol Specification - Common Management Information Protocol, November 1990. 9. ISO 8649, Information Processing Systems - Open Systems Interconnection, Service Definition for the Association Control Service Element. 10. ISO 9072-1, Information Processing Systems - Text Communication, Remote Operations: Model, Notation and Service Definition, Gloucester, Nov 1987. 11. Rose, M., and K. McCloghrie, "Structure and Identification of Management Information for TCP/IP-based internets", RFC 1155, OIM Working Group [Page 55]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 Performance Systems International, Hughes LAN Systems, May 1990. 12. Rose, M., Editor, "Management Information Base for Network Management of TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II", RFC 1158, Performance Systems International, May 1990. 13. Cerf, V., "Report of the Second Ad Hoc Network Management Review Group", RFC 1109, NRI, August 1989. 14. Case, J., Fedor, M., Schoffstall, M., and J. Davin, "Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)", RFC 1157, SNMP Research, Performance Systems International, Performance Systems International, MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, May 1990. 15. Postel, J., and J. Reynolds, "Telnet Protocol Specification", RFC 854, USC/Information Sciences Institute, May 1983. 16. McCloghrie, K., and M. Rose, "Management Information Base for Network Management of TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II", RFC 1213, Hughes LAN Systems, Performance Systems International, March 1991. 17. Working Implementation Agreements for Open Systems Interconnection Protocols, December 1990. OIM Working Group [Page 56]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 Appendix 1: Notational Tools for Managed Object Definition This section provides descriptions of the notational tools used to define the templates defined in this memorandum. The text is excerpted and paraphrased from reference 6. Only the templates used in this document are included here. For a complete description of the notational tools specified for OSI management, see reference 6. A1.1 Overview of Notational Tools The "Templates" defined in this clause provide a common set of tools and a common format for the representation of the various aspects of a managed object class definition and its associated naming structure. Formal definitions of each template will be found in clauses A1.3 -A1.11 inclusive; the syntactic conventions used in these formal definitions are specified in clause A1.2. Examples of the use of these tools may be found in Annex A (of 10165-4). The structure and behaviour of a managed object class is primarily defined by means of the Managed Object Class Template. This template identifies the inheritance relationships that exist between the class and other managed object classes, the packages of class specific behaviour, the attributes that are associated with the class, the notifications that the class may issue and the operations that may be performed upon the class. In order to allow re-use of parts of this specification in the specification of other managed object classes, additional templates are defined to provide for the specification of attributes (individual and group), behaviour, actions, notifications and conditional packages. These other templates are "called up" by the Managed Object Class template by means of the referencing mechanism defined in clause A1.2; this mechanism allows references to be made in one standard to specifications that are contained in other standards, hence allowing "generic" specifications to be made available for use in managed object class definitions in addition to local specifications. Templates may also be included "in-line" if so desired. The naming of a managed object class is defined by means of the Name Binding template. This template identifies the managed object class being named and defines the relative distinguished name that will be used to name instances of the class in the context of a particular superior class. This template also provides for the specification of relationships that exist between two object classes as a consequence of a particular name binding. OIM Working Group [Page 57]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 A1.2 Conventions Used in Template Definitions The templates definitions contained in this clause are based on the following syntactic conventions: - Strings surrounded by [ ] delimit parts of the template that may either be present or absent in each instance of use of the template. If the closing brace is followed by an asterisk, e.g., [ ]*, the contents of the braces may appear zero or more times. The circumstances under which these parts of the definition may be omitted or repeated are dependent upon the template type; - Strings surrounded by < > delimit strings that must be replaced in each instance of use of the template. The structure and meaning of the replacement string is dependent upon the string type; - Upper case strings denote Keywords which are required to be present in each instance of use of the template, unless they are enclosed in [ ]; - The solidus, |, is used to separate alternative strings in the template; - Spaces and carriage returns are significant only as string delimiters; - In order to simplify the structure of the templates, particularly where the same syntactic structure is repeated in the template definitions, supporting syntactic definitions may be defined. If any such supporting syntactic definitions are required in order to complete the template definition, these appear following the keywords "supporting productions" at the end of the template definition. These supporting definitions take the general form definition-label-> syntactic-definition where definition-label allows the definition to be referenced by the template definition and syntactic-definition gives the expansion of the definition, using the above notational rules; - The templates themselves have the general structure: <template-label>TEMPLATE NAME [ELEMENT NAME [<element-definition>] ;]* [REGISTERED AS <object-identifier> ;] OIM Working Group [Page 58]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 [supporting productions [<definition-label> -> <syntactic-definition >]*] Each instance of use of a template therefore declares a template- label by which that instance may be referenced from other templates, and if the REGISTERED AS clause is present, assigns a value of an ASN.1 OBJECT IDENTIFIER under which the instance has been registered; - Semicolons are used to mark the end of each distinct element in the template. In an instance of use of the template, any text inserted between a semicolon and the next valid keyword is assumed to be a comment; - The notation used for representing object identifiers is the normal notation defined in ASN.1 for object identifier values; i.e., the production: object-identifier-> <ASN.l ObjectIdentifierValue notation> is assumed to be a supporting production for all template definitions in this document; - Further definitions, such as the nature of the element definitions, follow the syntactic definition of the template; - Template labels shall be unique within the standard or document in which they are declared. Where a template-label is declared in document A and referenced in document B, the reference in document B shall be prefixed by the globally unique name of document A. In the case of documents named by an internationally recognized naming authority such as [CCITT|ISO/IEC], the registered name of the document shall be used as the identifier, such as [Recommendation X.722|ISO/IEC 10165-4]. Where a globally unique name is not already available, it is permissible to assign the value of an OBJECT IDENTIFIER to the referenced document, and use this value as a globally unique document name. The syntax of a template-label, defined using the above notation, is defined as follows: [<document-identifier> :] < label-string> document-identifier-> "<standard-name>" | <object-identifier> A label-string may include any number of the following characters: - upper or lower case alphabetic characters; OIM Working Group [Page 59]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 - the digits 0-9; - the hyphen character (-); in any order, commencing with a lower case character. For example, the following template-label: "ISO/IEC 10165/4":exampleObjectClass constitutes a globally unique label for the definition of exampleObjectClass contained in Annex A of 10165-4. Label references that are not prefixed by a document-identifier are assumed to refer to labels declared in the document in which the reference appears. - Whenever a template-label is present in a template as a pointer to another template, it may be replaced by the entire text of the referenced template itself (including the template's label). A1.3 Managed Object Class Template A1.3.1 Overview The Managed Object Class template forms the basis of the formal definition of a managed object. Elements in the template allow the class to be placed at the appropriate node of the inheritance tree, the various attributes of the class to be specified, and the behaviour of the class to be defined. The major elements of the definition are: - Inheritance. Each managed object class defines the superclass(es) from which it has been derived. All characteristics of the superclass(es) are inherited by the subclass; the subclass definition may add to these characteristics (refinement) but may not remove any characteristics of the superclass. Ultimately, all classes are subclasses of TOP; - Allomorphs. If the class supports allomorphism, the set of classes that are legitimate allomorphic views of the class must be defined. These classes must all be superclasses of the class being defined; - Mandatory Packages. The managed object class definition includes the packages of behaviour, attributes, operations and notifications that provide a complete specification of the OIM Working Group [Page 60]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 behaviour that is common to all instances of the class; - Conditional Packages. The managed object class definition includes the specification of packages of behaviour, attributes, operations and notifications that are present or absent in instances of that class as a consequence of a specified condition; Note: Attributes, Operations and Notifications that form part of a class definition may only be omitted from an instance of that class if they are defined as features of a Conditional Package and are omitted in accordance with the condition defined for that package. - Class Naming. The managed object class definition must include a class name which may be used to refer to the class in CMIP. This is achieved by registration of an Object Identifier value which corresponds to the class. A1.3.2 Template Structure <class-label> MANAGED OBJECT CLASS [DERIVED FROM <class-label> [, <class-label>]*; ] [ALLOMORPHIC SET <class-label> [, < class-label > ] *; ] [CHARACTERIZED BY <package-label>[,<package-label>]*; ] [CONDITIONAL PACKAGES <package-label> PRESENT IF <condition-definition> [,<package-label> PRESENT IF <condition-definition>]*; ] [PARAMETERS <parameter-label> [,<parameter-label>]*; ] REGISTERED AS < object-identifier>; A1.3.3 Supporting Definitions DERIVED FROM <class-label>[,<class-label>]* The DERIVED FROM clause shall be present in all managed object class definitions other than "top". It is therefore the case that "top" is a superclass of all classes other than itself. The class-label identifies a managed object class from which the OIM Working Group [Page 61]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 managed object class has been derived; i.e., a managed object class which is one of the object class's parents in the inheritance hierarchy. As multiple inheritance is permitted, a managed object class may have one or more parent classes. The process of inheritance (specialization) requires all the characteristics of the superclass(es) other than DERIVED FROM and ALLOMORPHIC SET to be included in the definition of the subclass. If it is intended that the subclass be allomorphic, the definition of the subclass shall include a ALLOMORPHIC SET clause that explicitly defines the set of classes that the subclass is allomorphic to. Where multiple inheritance results in the same element definition being multiply imported (as could happen, for example, if two parent superclasses contain the same attribute), the subclass is assumed to contain a single copy of the definition concerned. Characteristics that are inherited from a superclass shall not be repeated in the documentation of the subclass unless one of the techniques described in ISO/IEC 10165-4 for extending or modifying an element of the superclass is being used. The DERIVED FROM clause is therefore presumed to automatically import all inheritable elements of definition from the superclass definition(s). There may be augmented or modified by elements defined within the CHARACTERISED BY, CONDITIONAL PACKAGES, and PARAMETER constructs. ALLOMORPHIC SET <class-label>[,<class-label>]* The Allomorphic Set allows a set of superclasses to be identified that are "backwards compatible" with the managed object class. Thus, if managed object class A identifies classes B and C as members of its allomorphic set, it is possible to operate on an instance of class A as if it were an instance of class B or C. The definition of allomorphic forms allows, for example, the definition of enhanced versions of a managed object class that are backwards compatible with previous versions. The class label shall identify the class-label of a managed object class definition that is a superclass of the managed object class that is being defined. CHARACTERIZED BY <package-label>[,<package-label]* This construct, if present, allows one or more mandatory packages of behaviour, attributes, operations, and notifications to be included in the managed object class definition, in addition to those that are present as a result of the Derived From construct. CONDITIONAL PACKAGES <package-label> PRESENT IF <condition- definition>[, <package-label> PRESENT IF <condition-definition>]* OIM Working Group [Page 62]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 Present if one or more conditional packages are to be included in the managed object class definition. The package-label identifies the package definition that is applicable. The condition-definition is a description of the condition that, if true, requires that the package be included in an instance of the class. The condition shall refer to a documented feature of the definition of the underlying resource or a related standard which is permitted to be present or absent in an implementation. PARAMETERS <parameter-label>[,<parameter-label>]* If present, this construct permits the definition of parameters to be included in the object class definition in addition to any inherited parameters. REGISTERED AS <object-identifier> The object identifier value provides a globally unique identifier for the object class definition. This value is used in the management protocol when it is necessary to identify the object class. A1.4 Package Template This template allows a package of behaviour definitions, attributes, operations and notifications to be defined for subsequent insertion into a managed object class template under the Characterized By and Conditional Packages constructs. The major elements of the definition are: - Behaviour. The managed object class definition provides a complete specification of the behaviour of the object. This includes: - The effect of the Operations upon the managed object; - Any constraints that are placed on operations in order to satisfy consistency rules, and in particular, the rules under which Creation and Deletion of managed objects may be performed and the consequences of these operations; - A specification of how instances of a managed object class interact with each other, related, managed objects of the same or different classes. - A complete definition of any other aspects of the behaviour of the managed object class. - Contained attributes. The set of attributes that the OIM Working Group [Page 63]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 package contains must be defined; - Operations and Notifications. The package definition specifies which notifications instances of the class that make use of this package shall be able to generate, which operations instance of the class shall be capable of performing, and in the case of attribute related operations, which attributes shall be available to be operated upon. Note: The operations identified in the package definition are the operation types defined in the Information Model (Get, Replace, Set to Default,...etc). In the case of Actions and Notifications, further definitions are required in order to characterise their functionality, as described in clauses A1.10, A1.11. The create and delete operations are defined as part of the Name Binding template described in clause A1.6, a creation and deletion of an object is closely bound to the containment relationship between superior and subordinate objects, rather than to all instances of a managed object class. A1.4.1 Template Structure < package-label> PACKAGE [BEHAVIOUR DEFINITIONS < behaviour-definition-label> [, < behaviour-definition-label > ] *; ] [ATTRIBUTES<attribute-label> <propertylist>[<parameter-label>] [,< attribute-label> < propertylist> [< parameter-label> ]*]*; ] [ATTRIBUTE GROUPS <group-label> [<attribute-label>]* [, < group-label > [ < attribute-label > ]*]*; ] [ACTIONS <action-label>[<parameter-label>]* [, < action-label > [ < parameter-label > ]*]*; ] [NOTIFICATIONS <notification-label> [<parameter-label>]* [, < notification-label > [< parameter-label >]*]*; ] [REGISTERED AS < object-identifier>]; supporting productions propertylist -> [REPLACE WITH DEFAULT] [DEFAULT VALUE < value-definition > ] [PERMITTED VALUES <value-set-syntax-label>] [REQUIRED VALUES <value-set-syntax-label>] [GET | REPLACE | GET-REPLACE] OIM Working Group [Page 64]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 [ADD | REMOVE | ADD-REMOVE] A1.4.2 Supporting Definitions BEHAVIOUR DEFINITIONS < definition-label> [,<definition-label>]* Behaviour Definitions allow the behaviour (semantics) of the managed object class to be completely described. These definitions relate the external view of the object (its operations and notifications) to its internal operation. The definition-label identifies an instance of use of the Behaviour template. Note: It should not be assumed that the behaviour defined by this clause is testable using existing conformance test technology. ATTRIBUTES. <attribute-label><propertylist> [<parameter-label>]* [,<attribute-label><propertylist> [<parameter-label>]*]* This allows attributes to be included in the package definition. The propertylist that follows each attribute label defines the set of operations that may be performed on the managed object with reference to the attribute, and defines any default, permitted or required value(s) associated with the attribute. The Replace With Default property is included if the property has a default value that may be set by means of the Replace With Default Value operation. The value-definition used to specify the default value shall be a value reference name, using the Externaltypereference notation defined in ISO 8824. If the PERMITTED VALUES property is present, the value-set- syntax- label specifies any restrictions on the possible values that the attribute may take. The value-set-syntax-label shall be a type reference name, using the ExternaltypeReference notation defined in ISO 8824. The form of the specification referenced shall be a subtype of the attribute syntax type, defined using the ASN.1 subtype notation. Note: The Permitted Values construct is required only in attribute definitions where it is necessary to specify a restriction on the value set permitted by the specification of the Attribute Syntax, e.g., when modifying an existing attribute specification. If the REQUIRED VALUES property is present, the value-set- syntax- label specifies any restrictions on the possible values that the attribute may take. The value-set-syntax-label shall be a type reference name, using the ExternaltypeReference notation defined in ISO 8824. The form of the specification referenced shall be a subtype of the attribute syntax type, defined using the ASN.1 subtype OIM Working Group [Page 65]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 notation. Note: This property defines the value set required for conformance. The parameter-labels allow parameters to be associated with the operations permitted on the attribute. ATTRIBUTE GROUPS <group-label> [<attribute-label>]*[,<group-label> [<attribute-label>]*]* This allows a set of attributes groups to be identified as part of the package. The original definition of an attribute group may be extended by the addition of further attribute-labels. ACTIONS <action-label>[<parameter-label>]* [,<action-label>[<parameter-label>]*]* If present, the action-labels identify the set of action definitions that are included in the package. The behaviour definitions shall specify the effect of these Actions upon managed objects. The parameter-labels allow parameters to be associated with the Action. NOTIFICATIONS <notification-label>[<parameter-label>]* [,<notification-label>[<parameter-label>]*]* Present if any Notifications are included in the package. The notification labels identify the Notification definitions that are applicable. The behaviour definitions shall specify the circumstances under which those Notifications are generated by a managed object. The parameter-labels allow parameters to be associated with the Notification. REGISTERED AS <object-identifier> The object identifier value, if present, provides a globally unique identifier for the package definition, and registers the groupings of behaviour definitions, attributes, attribute groups, actions and notifications that the package defines. This value is required in cases where the package is referenced by a conditional packages construct in an object class template and the package contains a behaviour construct or more than one element, in which case the value of the object identifier is included in the conditional packages attribute of any instances of the object class that are created with the package present. OIM Working Group [Page 66]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 A1.5 Parameter Template This template permits the specification and registration of parameter syntaxes and associated behaviour that may be associated with particular operations and notifications within the managed object class and conditional package templates defined in clauses A1.3 and A1.4. This mechanism is not used in the OIM MIB-II. A1.6 Name Binding Template A1.6.1 Overview This template allows alternative naming structures to be defined for managed objects of a given managed object class by means of name bindings. The name binding allows an attribute to be selected as the naming attribute for a given subordinate class/superior class pair. The attribute selected must be an attribute of the subordinate object that is present in all instances of the specified managed object class. This attribute is used for the purpose of constructing the relative distinguished name (RDN) of subordinate objects of that class. An RDN is constructed from the OBJECT IDENTIFIER assigned to that attribute type and the value of the instance of the attribute. The Distinguished Name of the subordinate object is obtained by appending its RDN to the Distinguished Name of its superior object. Name bindings are not considered to be part of the definition of either of the managed object classes that they reference. A given managed object class may have more than one name binding associated with it. The set of name bindings defines the set of possible naming relationships with superior managed objects and the set of managed object classes from which subordinate object classes may be instantiated. Note: Name Bindings may be specified for a managed object class subsequent to the specification of the managed object class itself. A1.6.2 Template Structure <name-binding-label> NAME BINDING SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS <class-label>; NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS <class-label>; WITH ATTRIBUTE <attribute-label>; [BEHAVIOUR <behaviour-definition-label> [,<behaviour-definition-label>]*; ] OIM Working Group [Page 67]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 [CREATE [<create-modifier>[,<create-modifier>]] [<parameter-label>]*; ] [DELETE <delete-modifier>[<parameter-label>]*; ] REGISTERED AS < object-identifier>; supporting productions create-modifier-> with-reference-object | with-automatic-instance-naming delete-modifier -> only-if-no-contained-objects | deletes-contained-objects A1.6.3 Supporting Definitions SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS <class-label> This defines the managed object class being named. The name of an instance of the subordinate managed object class is constructed by concatenating the distinguished name of the superior managed object class with the relative distinguished name of the subordinate managed object class. NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS <class-label> This defines a managed object class that may contain instances of the subordinate managed object class. WITH ATTRIBUTE <attribute label> This defines the attribute that shall be used, in the context of this name binding, to construct the relative distinguished name for the subordinate managed object class. Values of this attribute shall be represented by single-valued data types, complying with the restrictions specified in ISO 10165-1; if no naturally suitable attribute is available for use as a naming attribute, object designers are encouraged to provide a naming attribute of type Graphic String. BEHAVIOUR <behaviour-definition-label> If present, this clause permits any behavioural impact imposed as a consequence of the name binding to be defined. The behaviour- definition-label identifies the constraint definition concerned; the constraint is therefore expressed using the behaviour template. OIM Working Group [Page 68]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 CREATE [<create-modifier>[,<create-modifier>]][<parameter-label>]* Present if it is permitted to create new instances of the managed object class referenced by the SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS construct in the context of this name binding, by means of systems management operations. The create-modifier values specify the options available on creation. The permitted create- modifiers are as follows: - with reference-object. If present, a reference object may be specified on creation as a source of default values and to specify choice of Conditional Packages; - with automatic instance naming. If present, the CREATE request may omit to specify the instance name of the new object instance. The behaviour definitions shall specify what course of action is taken when there is a choice of Name Forms that may be applied to the new object instance. If neither create-modifier is specified, the instance name and all necessary default values shall be specified in the CREATE request. The parameter-labels allows parameters to be associated with the CREATE operation. DELETE <delete-modifier> [<parameter-label>]* Present if it is permitted to delete instances of the managed object class referenced by the SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS construct in the context of this name binding. The delete- modifier indicates the behaviour of a managed object of that class if the managed object is deleted. The permitted delete-modifiers are: - only-if-no-contained-objects. If specified, any contained managed objects must be explicitly deleted prior to deletion of the containing managed object, i.e., a DELETE request will cause an error if there are contained managed objects; - delete-contained-objects. If specified, a DELETE request applied to an instance of the managed object class has the effect of deleting contained objects also. If there are constraints on deletion relative to other relationships or conditions, these are specified as part of the behaviour of the managed object class. The parameter-labels allows parameters to be associated with the DELETE operation. OIM Working Group [Page 69]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 A1.7 Attribute Template A1.7.1 Overview This template is used to define individual attribute types. These definitions may be further combined by the Attribute Group template where attribute groups are required. The major elements of the definition are: - Derivation. The definition of an attribute type may modify or constrain the definition of another attribute type. - Attribute Syntax. The definition of an attribute type must include the definition of the syntax that will be used to convey values of the attribute in CMIP. This definition is achieved by means of a reference to an ASN.l Type Definition. The definition of an attribute syntax indicates whether the attribute value is a single or set-valued attribute type. If the base type is SET OF, the attribute is a set-valued type, otherwise it is a single-valued type; - Value Matching. The definition of an attribute type may include the valid ways in which the value of an instance of the type may be tested, i.e., whether the attribute may be tested for equality, magnitude, etc.. Value matching on some attribute types may require the specification of how a matching rule is defined to operate, as part of the attribute's behaviour definition. The absence of any matching rules in the attribute definition implies that matching of values is undefined; - Behaviour. The attribute definition may include definition of attribute specific behaviour; i.e., behaviour that applies to an attribute type regardless of which managed object class contains instances of tho attribute type; - Attribute type name. An Object Identifier value shall be allocated to each attribute that is to be included in the definition of a managed object class. This value is used in CMIP to identify the attribute. A1.7.2 Template Structure <attribute-label> ATTRIBUTE derived-from-construct | with attribute-syntax-construct [MATCHES FOR <qualifier>[,<qualifier>]* ;] [BEHAVIOUR <behaviour-definition-label> [,<behaviour-definition-label>]* ; OIM Working Group [Page 70]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ] [PARAMETERS <parameter-label> [,<parameter-label>]* ] [REGISTERED AS < object-identifier> ;] supporting productions qualifier -> Equality | Ordering | Substrings | Set Comparison | Set Intersection derived-from-construct -> DERIVED FROM <attribute-label > ; with-attribute-syntax-construct -> WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX <syntax-label> ; A1.7.3 Supporting Definitions DERIVED FROM <attribute-label> If this element is present, the attribute definition takes as a starting point all aspects of the definition referenced by attribute-label, including any that it may in turn have derived from other attribute definitions. The rules for interpreting the effect of presence of any of the other elements of the attribute template under these circumstances are as follows: - WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX is not permitted to be present. The attribute syntax shall be the attribute syntax of the attribute from which this attribute has been derived.; - MATCHES FOR: The resultant set of matching rules shall be the logical OR of the matching rules specified by this construct with any derived matching rules; - BEHAVIOUR is assumed to extend any derived behaviour definitions; - REGISTERED AS is assumed to replace any registration derived from other definitions. This derivation mechanism permits: - The definition of an attribute based on an existing attribute definition; - The addition of further constraints to an existing attribute OIM Working Group [Page 71]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 definition. WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX <syntax label> This element, present only if the DERIVED FROM construct is absent, identifies the ASN.1 data type that describes how instances of the attribute value are carried in protocol. The syntax-label shall be an ASN.l Externaltypereference. The ASN.1 data type also defines the data type of the attribute itself. If the base type of the syntax is set-of, the attribute is a set-valued attribute. All other ASN.l data types, including set, sequence of, and sequence type, define single-valued attribute types. MATCHES FOR <qualifier>[,<qualifier>]* This element defines the types of test that may be applied to a value of the attribute as part of a Filter operation. Matching for the presence of an attribute is implicitly permitted for all attributes. For all other types of matching, if this clause is not present, matching is undefined and is therefore not permitted on the attribute. The options are: - Equality. If present, the attribute value may be tested for equality against a given value; - Ordering. If present, the attribute value may be tested against a given value in order to determine which has the greater value; - Substrings. If present, the attribute value may be tested against a given substring value in order to determine its presence or absence in the attribute value; - Set Comparison. If present, the attribute value may be tested against a given value in order to determine set equality or subset/superset relationships between the values; - Set Intersection. If present, the attribute value may be tested against a given value in order to determine the presence or absence of a non-null set intersection between the two values. BEHAVIOUR <behaviour-definition-label> [,<behaviour-definition-label>]* Any behaviour that is generic to this attribute type may be defined by means of this behaviour clause. The behaviour definition shall include any additional specification that is required in order to OIM Working Group [Page 72]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 define how the chosen set of matching rules are applied to the attribute definition. Behaviour that is specific to the managed object class is defined in the behaviour clause of the managed object class template. Note: It should not be assumed that the behaviour defined by this clause is testable using existing conformance test technology. REGISTERED AS <object-identifier> If present, the object-identifier provides a globally unique identifier for the attribute definition; this includes all elements referenced either directly, or indirectly by the Derived From, With Attribute Syntax, Matches For and Behaviour constructs, where present. This value is used in the management protocol when it is necessary to identify the attribute type. If this construct is omitted, the attribute definition shall not be referenced in a managed object class definition without further constraints being applied in another attribute definition. A1.8 Notification Template A1.8.1 Overview This template is used to define the behaviour and syntax associated with a particular Notification type. The main features of the definition are as follows: - Behaviour. The definition of a Notification type must specify the circumstances under which a notification of the type is generated; - Mode of operation. The definition of a notification type shall indicate whether the notification may be confirmed, unconfirmed or both; - Syntax Definitions. The definition of the Notification type must specify any syntax that will be used to convey the CMIS Event Information and Event Reply parameters in CMIP. These syntaxes are defined by means of ASN.1 data types. The template also permits the allocation of attribute values to fields in the syntax; - Notification naming. The value of the Object Identifier associated with the Notification definition is used to identify the Event type in CMIP. OIM Working Group [Page 73]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 A1.8.2 Template Structure <notification-label> NOTIFICATION BEHAVIOUR <behaviour-definition-label> [,<behaviour-definition-label>]*; MODE <confirmation-mode>; [PARAMETERS <parameter-label>[,<parameter-label]*; ] [WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX <syntax-label> [AND ATTRIBUTE IDS <field-name><attribute-label> [,<field-name><attribute-label]*]; ] [WITH REPLY SYNTAX <syntax-label>;] REGISTERED AS <object-identifier>; supporting productions confirmation-mode -> CONFIRMED | NON-CONFIRMED | CONFIRMED AND NON-CONFIRMED A1.8.3 Supporting Definitions BEHAVIOUR <behaviour-definition-label> This defines the behaviour of the notification, the data that must be specified with the notification, the results that the notification may generate and their meaning. The behaviour- definition-label references a behaviour description defined by use of the Behaviour Template. Note: It should not be assumed that the behaviour defined by this clause is testable using existing conformance test technology. MODE CONFIRMED | NON-CONFIRMED | CONFIRMED AND NON-CONFIRMED This defines the allowable mode of operation of the notification type, as follows: - CONFIRMED: The notification type shall operate in the confirmed mode only; - NON-CONFIRMED: The notification type shall operate in the non-confirmed mode only; - CONFIRMED AND NON-CONFIRMED: The notification type may operate in either confirmed mode or non-confirmed mode. OIM Working Group [Page 74]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 PARAMETERS <parameter-label>[,<parameter-label>]* The parameter-labels allow parameters to be associated with with the behaviour of the attribute type. WITH INFORMATION SYNTAX <syntax-label> [AND ATTRIBUTE IDS <field-name><attribute-label> [,<field-name><attribute-label>]*;] This construct identifies the ASN.l data type that describes the structure of the notification information that is carried in management protocol, and permits the association of attribute identifiers with named fields in the abstract syntax. The syntax- label shall be a type reference name, using the Externaltypereference notation defined in ISO 8824. If absent, there is no information associated with the notification invocation. If the AND ATTRIBUTE IDS option is used, the field- name label shall be a label defined within the abstract syntax referenced by the syntax that appears in the construct. The data type that is labeled by the field-name is used to carry values of the attribute referenced by attribute-label. The ASN.1 data type of the attribute shall be the same as the data type referenced by field-name. WITH REPLY SYNTAX <syntax-label> If a syntax-label is present, this identifies the ASN.1 data type that describes the structure of the notification reply that is carried in management protocol. The syntax-label shall be a type reference name, using the Externaltypereference notation defined in ISO 8824. If absent, there is no information associated with the notification reply. OIM Working Group [Page 75]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 Appendix 2: New Objects: Internet SMI Object Type Macros atEntryId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "<index>.1.<address>, where <index is the decimal representation of atIfIndex and <address> is atNetAddress represented in dot notation. The 1 is a subidentifier indicating that an IP address follows. " ::= { attributes 3} atTableId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 2} egpId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 16} egpNeighEntryId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "egpNeighAddr encoded in dot notation." ::= { attributes 22} egpNeighTableId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 17} icmpId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString OIM Working Group [Page 76]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 9} ifId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 23} ifEntryId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The decimal representation of ifIndex." ::= { attributes 21} ifTableId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 1} ipAdEntryId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "ipAdEntAddr encoded in dot notation." ::= { attributes 19} ipAddrTableId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 5} OIM Working Group [Page 77]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 ipId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 4} ipNetToMediaEntryId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "<interface>.<address>, where <interface> is the decimal representation of ipNetToMediaIndex and <address> is ipNetToMediaNetAddress in dot notation." ::= { attributes 8} ipNetToMediaTableId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 7} ipRouteEntryId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "<dest> , where <dest> is ipRouteDest represented in dot notation." ::= { attributes 20} ipRoutingTableId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 6} snmpId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION OIM Working Group [Page 78]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 "An empty string." ::= { attributes 18} tcpConnId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "<laddr> . <lport> . <raddr> . <rport>, where <laddr> is the dot notation representation of tcpConnLocalAddress, <lport> is the decimal representation of tcpConnLocalPort, <raddr> is the dot notation representation of tcpConnRemAddress, and <rport> is the decimal representation of tcpConnRemPort." ::= { attributes 12} tcpConnTableId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 11} tcpId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 10} updEntryId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "<index> . <address>, where <index> is the decimal representation of atIfIndex and <address> is atNetAddress represented in dot notation." ::= { attributes 15} udpId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION OIM Working Group [Page 79]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 "An empty string." ::= { attributes 13} udpTableId OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "An empty string." ::= { attributes 14} OIM Working Group [Page 80]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 Appendix 3: Supporting Definitions The definition of the object class "top", from which all object classes are derived, is taken from ISO/IEC DIS 10165-2: Definition of Management Information [5]. However, pending progression of that document to an International Standard, the object class "top" and its associated attributes have been registered here under the oim registration arc. top MANAGED OBJECT CLASS CHARACTERIZED BY topPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR DEFINITIONS topBehaviour; ATTRIBUTES objectClass GET, name GET, allomorphs GET, nameBindings GET, packages GET;;; REGISTERED AS {objects 1}; topBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS This is the top level of managed object class hierarchy and every other managed object class is a specialization of either this generic class (top) or a specialization of a subclass of top.; allomorphs ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX Top-Syntax.Allomorphs; -- A set of allormorphic superclass identifiers MATCHES FOR Set Comparison, Set Intersection; REGISTERED AS {attributes 30}; name ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX InformationFramework. RelativeDistinguishedName; -- defined in Directory standards MATCHES FOR Equality; REGISTERED AS {attributes 31}; nameBindings ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX Top-Syntax.NameBindings; -- A set of valid namebindings for this object. MATCHES FOR Set Comparison, Set Intersection; REGISTERED AS {attributes 32}; OIM Working Group [Page 81]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 objectClass ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX CMIP-1.ObjectClass; MATCHES FOR Equality, Ordering; REGISTERED AS {attributes 33}; packages ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX Top-Syntax.Packages; -- The set of optional packages defined for the -- class that are included in this instantiation of -- the object. MATCHES FOR Set Comparison, Set Intersection; REGISTERED AS {attributes 34}; Top-Syntax {iso(1) org(3) dod(6) internet(1) mgmt(1) mib(1) oim(9) misc(4) 2} DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN -- from ISO/IEC DIS 10165-2:Definition of Management Information Allomorphs ::= SET OF OBJECT IDENTIFIER NameBindings ::= SET OF OBJECT IDENTIFIER Packages ::= SET OF OBJECT IDENTIFIER -- From Directory InformationFramework RelativeDistinguishedName ::= SET OF AttributeValueAssertion AttributeValueAssertion ::= SEQUENCE {AttributeType, AttributeValue} AttributeType ::= OBJECT IDENTIFIER AttributeValue ::= ANY -- From CMIP-1 ObjectClass ::= CHOICE {globalForm [0] OBJECT IDENTIFIER, localForm [1] INTEGER } END Security Considerations Security issues are not discussed in this memo. OIM Working Group [Page 82]
RFC 1214 MIB-II-OIM April 1991 Author's Address Lee LaBarre The MITRE Corporation Burlington Road Bedford, MA 01730 Phone: (617) 271-8507 EMail: cel@mbunix.mitre.org OIM Working Group [Page 83]

   

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