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The SNMP protocol is used to for conveying information and commands between agents and managing entities. SNMP uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) as the transport protocol for passing data between managers and agents. The reasons for using UDP for SNMP are, firstly it has low overheads in comparison to TCP, which uses a 3-way hand shake for connection. Secondly, in congested networks, SNMP over TCP is a bad idea because TCP in order to maintain reliability will flood the network with retransmissions.

Management information (MIB) is represented as a collection of managed objects. These objects together form a virtual information base called MIB. An agent may implement many MIBs, but all agents must implement a particular MIB called MIB-II [16]. This standard defines variables for things such as interface statistics (interface speeds, MTU, octets sent, octets received, etc.) as well as various other things pertaining to the system itself (system location, system contact, etc.). The main goal of MIB-II is to provide general TCP/IP management information.

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Vendor: NEC Corporation
Mib: LS100-MIB  [download]  [view objects]
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--
-- Copyright (c) 1995 by cisco Systems, Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
--
--------------------------------------------------------------------


LS100-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN
    IMPORTS
        enterprises, Counter       FROM RFC1155-SMI
        OBJECT-TYPE                FROM RFC-1212;

-- ciscoLS100Mib MODULE-IDENTITY
--         LAST-UPDATED    "9503200000Z"
--         ORGANIZATION    "Cisco Systems, Inc."
--         CONTACT-INFO
--                 "       Cisco Systems
--                         Customer Service
--
--                 Postal: 170 W Tasman Drive
--                        San Jose, CA  95134
--                        USA
--
--                   Tel: +1 800 553-NETS
--
--                E-mail: cs-atm@cisco.com"
--        DESCRIPTION
--                "The MIB for the Cisco/NEC LS100 ATM switch
--                (formerly known as the A100)."
--        REVISION        "9503200000Z"
--        DESCRIPTION
--                "Updated to support the LS100 V2.x software."
--        REVISION        "9411170000Z"
--        DESCRIPTION
--                "Initial version of this MIB module."

--        ::= { xxx }

DisplayString ::= OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..255))   -- from RFC1213-MIB

nec                OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { enterprises 119 }
nec-mib            OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nec 2 }
necProductDepend   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nec-mib 3 }
atomis-mib         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { necProductDepend 14 }
m5core-mib         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { atomis-mib 3 }

--     MIB Groups
--
--     Node group
node               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { m5core-mib 1 }
--     Line interface group
linf               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { m5core-mib 2 }
--     Connection group
conn               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { m5core-mib 3 }
--     Performance group
perf               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { m5core-mib 4 }


--    The Node Group

nodeOperStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  down(1),
                  active(2),
                  offLine(3),
                  testing(4),
                  initializing(5)
              }
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Operational status of the LS100."
    ::= { node 1 }

nodeIfConfTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    SEQUENCE OF NodeIfConfEntry
    ACCESS    not-accessible
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The configuration of the line cards."
    ::= { node 2 }

nodeIfConfEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    NodeIfConfEntry
    ACCESS    not-accessible
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The configuration of a line card."
    INDEX    { nodeIfConfIndex }
    ::= { nodeIfConfTable 1 }

NodeIfConfEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        nodeIfConfIndex     INTEGER,
        nodeIfConfPhysType  INTEGER,
        nodeIfConfRev       DisplayString,
        nodeIfConfStatus    INTEGER
    }

nodeIfConfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The index of the table.  Same as ifIndex."
    ::= { nodeIfConfEntry 1 }

nodeIfConfPhysType OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  other(1),
                  sar(2),
                  taxi100M(3),
                  oc3cSMF(4),
                  oc3cMMF(5),
                  ds3PlcpScramble(6),
                  ds3PlcpNoScramble(7),
                  relay6Mcell(8),
                  ds3Scramble(9),
                  ds3NoScramble(10),
                  e3PlcpScramble(11),
                  e3PlcpNoScramble(12),
                  e3Scramble(13),
                  e3NoScramble(14),
                  utp5(15),
                  notInstalled(99)
              }
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The PMD/physical layer format of the line card."
    ::= { nodeIfConfEntry 2 }

nodeIfConfRev OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    DisplayString
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The revision of the line cards."
    ::= { nodeIfConfEntry 3 }

nodeIfConfStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  other(1),
                  inService(2),
                  outOfService(3),
                  testing(4),
                  localLoopBack(5),
                  remoteLoopBack(6),
                  notInstalled(99)
              }
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Operational status of the line card."
    ::= { nodeIfConfEntry 4 }

nodeFanStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  up(1),
                  down(2)
              }
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Operational status of the Fan."
    ::= { node 3 }

nodeUpcWindowSize OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (1..120)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "UPC window size. Integer Wi represents Wi X 512 cell time. 
              Wi=1 correspond to 1.4msec. Wi=120 correspond to 168msec.
              It is not allowed to change window size when any PVC 
              exists."
    ::= { node 4 }

nodeBestEffortBufferSize OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..16)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Input buffer capacity for Best Effort traffic(Bb). The
              number of cells stored in the buffer is Bb X 128. The 
              default value is 8. The sum of the buffer capacity is
              2047 cells."
    ::= { node 5 }

nodeGuaranteedBufferSize OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..16)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Input buffer capacity for Guaranteed traffic(Bg). The
              number of cells stored in the buffer is Bg X 128. The
              default value is 0. The sum of the buffer capacity is
              2047 cells."
    ::= { node 6 }

nodeBestEffortBufferThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..16)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Threshold buffer capacity for Best Effort traffic. If
              the number of cells stored in the buffer exceeds this
              threshold, cells with CLP=1 and traffic defined as UBR
              will be discarded."
    ::= { node 7 }

nodeGuaranteedBufferThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..16)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Threshold buffer capacity for Guaranteed traffic. If
              the number of cells stored in the buffer exceeds this
              threshold, cells with CLP=1 and traffic defined as VBR
              will be discarded."
    ::= { node 8 }

nodeSaveConf OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  save(1),
                  noOperation(2)
              }
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Save system configuration information including the PVC 
              table to the non-volatile memory.  Writing a value of
              save(1) saves the configiration data.  Writing the value
              noOperation(2) has no effect.
              When read, this object always has the value noOperation(2)."
    ::= { node 9 }

nodeSaveResult OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  temporaryFailure(1),            
                  notReady(2),
                  ready(3),
                  success(4),
                  nearend(5)
              }
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Show the result of the save command issued from NMS. 
               The result is either success/temporary failure/notReady."
    ::= { node 10 }

nodeReset OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  reset(1),
                  noOperation(2)
              }
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Writing the value reset(1) resets the system.  Writing
              the value noOperation(2) has no effect. When read, this
              object always has the value noOperation(2)."
    ::= { node 11 }

--    The Linf Group

linfStatusTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    SEQUENCE OF LinfStatusEntry
    ACCESS    not-accessible
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Status of the line cards including ATM specific information."
    ::= { linf 1 }

linfStatusEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    LinfStatusEntry
    ACCESS    not-accessible
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Status of a line card including ATM specific information."
    INDEX    { linfIndex }
    ::= { linfStatusTable 1 }

LinfStatusEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        linfIndex                  INTEGER,
        linfStatus                 INTEGER,
        linfConf                   INTEGER,
        linfFwdAvailableBandWidth  INTEGER,
        linfBkwdAvailableBandWidth INTEGER
    }

linfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER(1..64)
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Same as ifIndex"
    ::= { linfStatusEntry 1 }
        
linfStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  normal(1),
                  los(2),
                  lof(3),
                  loc(4),
                  ais(5),
                  yellowLine(6),
                  yellowPath(7),
                  lop(8),
                  idle(9),
                  yellowAlarm(10),
                  plcpLOF(11),
                  plcpYellow(12),
                  maFERF(13),
                  notInstalled(99)
              }
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Status of line interface"
    ::= { linfStatusEntry 2 }

linfConf OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  publicUNI(1),
                  privateUNI(2),
                  privateNNI(3),
                  others(99)
              }
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Line card type."
    ::= {  linfStatusEntry  3 }

linfFwdAvailableBandWidth OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The amount of bandwidth (Mbps) available/unallocated in
              the forward (incoming) direction."
    ::= {  linfStatusEntry  4 }

linfBkwdAvailableBandWidth OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The amount of bandwidth (Mbps) available/unallocated in
              the backward (outgoing) direction."
    ::= {  linfStatusEntry  5 }


--    The Conn (Connection & Traffic for accounting) Group

connPvcIndexNext    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..8191)
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The next available index for a row of the connPvcTable."
    ::= { conn 1 }

connPvcIndexEnable    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..8191)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    deprecated
    DESCRIPTION
              "When read, this object is the current minimum value of
              an index in the connPvcTable.  Writing this value has no
              effect."
    ::= { conn 2 }

connPvcTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    SEQUENCE OF ConnPvcEntry
    ACCESS    not-accessible
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The table containing information on current PVC/SVCs.
              Currently, only PVCs are represented in this table.
              The table is also used to establish and delete PVCs.

              1. PVC establishment procedure

              (1) Read connPvcIndexNext. This value is used as the
              value of connPvcIndex for the new connection.

              (2) Determine the value of connPvcHighIfIndex.  When
              creating a new point-to-multipoint connection,
              connPvcHighIfIndex must identify the first leaf.
              When creating a new point-to-point connection,
              connPvcHighIfIndex normally identifies the interface
              with the higher value of ifIndex.

              (3) Set connPvcRowStatus to 'createAndWait' using the
              values of connPvcIndex and connPvcHighIfIndex as indexes.
              This causes the switch to create the new row with some
              objects being set to default values.  The parameters for
              which there is no reasonable default are set to 0xffffffff.

                  Object                Default
                  connPvcTopology       bidirectionalVCC(2)
                  connPvcTrafficType    trafficUBR(4)
                  connPvcLowIfIndex     0xffffffff
                  connPvcLowVPI         0xffffffff
                  connPvcLowVCI         0xffffffff
                  connPvcLowUpcParam    512
                  connPvcLowUpc         pass(1)
                  connPvcLowThroughput  0
                  connPvcHighVPI        0xffffffff
                  connPvcHighVCI        0xffffffff
                  connPvcHighUpcParam   512
                  connPvcHighUpc        pass(1)
                  connPvcHighThroughput 0

              The switch then sets the value of connPvcRowStatus to
              'notReady'.  The default values can be read by the NMS.

              (4) The values of the above objects which are set to
	      0xffffffff must be modified, and the values of any other
	      objects can be changed.  When establishing a VP connection,
	      connPvcLowVCI and connPvcHighVCI should be set to 0.
	      When all parameters have acceptable values, the switch
	      sets connPvcRowStatus to 'notInService'.

              (5) When the NMS sets connPvcRowStatus to 'active', the
              switch validates each parameter's value, and tries to 
              establish the connection.  If this operation fails, the
              the cause of the failure is indicated by the value of
              connPvcCause.

              2. Adding a new leaf to an existing pt-to-mpt connection

              (1) Determine the value of connPvcIndex for the existing
              point-to-multipoint connection to which a new leaf is
              to be added.  

              (2) Determine the value of connPvcHighIfIndex as the
              ifIndex value of the interface to be used for the new leaf.

              (3) Set connPvcRowStatus to 'createAndWait' using the
              values of connPvcIndex and connPvcHighIfIndex as indexes.
              This causes the switch to create the new leaf with some
              objects being set to default values.  The parameters for
              which there is no reasonable default are set to 0xffffffff.
 
                   Object                Default
                   connPvcHighVPI        0xffffffff
                   connPvcHighVCI        0xffffffff
                   connPvcHighUpcParam   512
                   connPvcHighUpc        pass(1)
                   connPvcHighThroughput 0
 
              The switch then sets the value of connPvcRowStatus to
              'notReady'.  The default values can be read by the NMS.
 
              (4) The NMS must modify the values of connPvcHighVPI and
              connPvcHighVCI, and can modify the values of connPvcHighUpc,
              connPvcHighUpcParam and connPvcHighThroughput.  When
              establishing a VP connection, connPvcHighVCI should
              be set to 0.  The NMS should not change the values of
              the following objects:

                   connPvcTopology
                   connPvcTrafficType
                   connPvcLowIfIndex
                   connPvcLowVPI
                   connPvcLowVCI
                   connPvcLowUpcParam
                   connPvcLowUpc
                   connPvcLowThroughput

	      When all parameters have acceptable values, the switch
	      sets connPvcRowStatus to 'notInService'.

	      (5) When the NMS sets connPvcRowStatus to 'active', the
	      switch validates each parameter's value, and tries to add
	      the new leaf to the original connection.  If this operation
	      fails, the cause of the failure is indicated by the value
	      of connPvcCause.

              3. PVC deletion  procedure

              (1) Set the connPvcRowStatus to 'destroy'.
              If the row exists but is impossible to delete, the cause
              of the failure is indicated by the value of connPvcCause.
              If the deletion is successful, the row is deleted 
              (including the instance of connPvcCause for that row).

              Note: a row representing a connection between the
              gateway-PAD (the switch's internal port) and a line
              interface will not have instances of the following
              objects: connPvcLowUpc, connPvcLowUpcParam,
              connPvcLowThroughput, connPvcHighUpc, connPvcHighUpcParam,
              connPvcHighThroughput, connPvcHighOutCells,
              connPvcHighInCells, and connPvcHighUpcViolatedCells."
    ::= { conn 3 }

connPvcEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    ConnPvcEntry
    ACCESS    not-accessible
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "A row in the table is used to show the current PVC/SVCs."
    INDEX     { connPvcIndex, connPvcHighIfIndex }
    ::= { connPvcTable 1 }

ConnPvcEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        connPvcIndex                 INTEGER,
        connPvcTopology              INTEGER,
        connPvcTrafficType           INTEGER,
        connPvcLowIfIndex            INTEGER,
        connPvcLowVPI                INTEGER,
        connPvcLowVCI                INTEGER,
        connPvcLowUpcParam           INTEGER,
        connPvcLowUpc                INTEGER,
        connPvcLowThroughput         INTEGER,
        connPvcHighIfIndex           INTEGER,
        connPvcHighVPI               INTEGER,
        connPvcHighVCI               INTEGER,
        connPvcHighUpcParam          INTEGER,
        connPvcHighUpc               INTEGER,
        connPvcHighThroughput        INTEGER,
        connPvcLowInCells            Counter,
        connPvcHighOutCells          Counter,
        connPvcHighInCells           Counter,
        connPvcLowOutCells           Counter,
        connPvcLowUpcViolatedCells   Counter,
        connPvcHighUpcViolatedCells  Counter,
        connPvcRowStatus             INTEGER,
        connPvcCause                 INTEGER,
        connPvcKind                  INTEGER
    }

connPvcIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..8191)
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "A unique value to identify this point-to-point
              or point-to-multipoint connection.
              A point-to-multipoint connection has multiple
              rows in this table, one for each leaf, each
              one having the same value of this object."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 1 }

connPvcTopology OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  uniDirectionalVCC(1),
                  biDirectionalVCC(2),
                  uniDirectionalVPC(3),
                  biDirectionalVPC(4),
                  broadcastVPC(5),
                  broadcastVCC(6),
                  gateway(7)   -- connected to switch's internal port
              }
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Topology of the connection."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 2 }

connPvcTrafficType OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  trafficCBR(1),
                  trafficVBR(2),
                  trafficUBR(4)
              }
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Traffic Type."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 3 }

connPvcLowIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (1..16)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The line interface number (ifIndex) of the low port.
              Normally, the low port has a lower ifIndex value than
              the high port.  However, for point-to-multipoint
              connections, the root is always the low port, regardless
              of whether it is greater or smaller than the port numbers
              of individual leaves."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 4 }

connPvcLowVPI OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "VPI value of the connection on the low port."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 5 }

connPvcLowVCI OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "VCI value of the connection on the low port."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 6 }

connPvcLowUpcParam OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..512)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of cells allowed to be sent in the unit cell
              time (512 cell times)."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 7 }

connPvcLowUpc OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  pass(1),
                  discard(2),
                  tagging(3)        -- notSupported
              }
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The action to take on a UPC violation for this connection
              on the low port.  The tagging action is not supported by
              current hardware."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 8 }

connPvcLowThroughput OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..622)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Average rate of the connection (Mbps). Direction is from
              the low port to high port. This parameter is valid
              for the connection whose traffic type is CBR or VBR."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 9 }

connPvcHighIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (1..17)
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The line interface number (ifIndex) of the high port.
              Normally, the high port has a higher ifIndex value than
              the low port.  However, for point-to-multipoint
              connections, the root is always the low port, regardless
              of whether it is greater or smaller than the port numbers
              of individual leaves.  Line interface number 17 
              corresponds to gateway (the switch's internal port)."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 10 }

connPvcHighVPI OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The VPI value of the connection on the high port."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 11 }

connPvcHighVCI OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The VCI value of the connection on the high port."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 12 }

connPvcHighUpcParam OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..512)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of cells allowed to be sent in the unit cell
              time (512 cell times)."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 13 }

connPvcHighUpc OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  pass(1),
                  discard(2),
                  tagging(3)        -- notSupported
              }
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The action to take on a UPC violation for this connection
              on the high port.  The tagging action is not supported by
              current hardware."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 14 }

connPvcHighThroughput OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER (0..622)
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Average rate of the connection (Mbps). Direction is from
              the high port to low port. This parameter is valid
              for the connection whose traffic type is CBR or VBR."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 15 }

connPvcLowInCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of incoming cells on this connection on low port."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 16 }

connPvcHighOutCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of outgoing cells on this connection on the high
              port."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 17 }

connPvcHighInCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of incoming cells on this connection on high port.
              (valid for bi-direction connection only)."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 18 }

connPvcLowOutCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of outgoing cells on this connection on the low.
              port (valid for bi-direction connection only)."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 19 }

connPvcLowUpcViolatedCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of UPC violation cells incoming from the low
              port."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 20 }

connPvcHighUpcViolatedCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of UPC violation cells incoming from the high
               port. (Valid for Bi-direction connection only)"
    ::= { connPvcEntry 21 }

connPvcRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  active(1),
                  notInService(2),
                  notReady(3),
                  createAndWait(5),
                  destroy(6)
              }
    ACCESS    read-write
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The status of this row.

               'active' indicates that the connection is in use.

               'notInService' indicates that the row exists but
                        the connection is not established.

               'notReady' indicates that the row exists in the agent,
                        but is missing information necessary in order
                        to be established.

               'createAndWait' supplied by a management station
                        wishing to create a new row.

               'destroy' supplied by a management station wishing to
                        delete the row."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 22 }

connPvcCause OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  existing(1),
                  vpivciBusy(2),
                  vpivciOutOfRange(3),
                  rateOverFlow(4),
                  upvpOutOfRange(5),
                  broadcastTableFull(6),
                  inconsistentVPVC(7),
                  lineDiagnosis(8)
              }
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The result of the PVC establishment/deletion."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 23 }

connPvcKind OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  pvc(1),
                  svc(2)
              }
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "This object identifies the connection is SVC or PVC."
    ::= { connPvcEntry 24 }


--    The Perf (Performance) Group

perfTrapEnable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER {
                  enable(1),
                  disable(2)
              }
    ACCESS    read-write    -- not available in current release
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "The status of performance monitoring traps."
    ::= { perf 1 }

perfIfTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    SEQUENCE OF PerfIfEntry
    ACCESS    not-accessible
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Table of performance monitoring information."
    ::= { perf 2 }

perfIfEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    PerfIfEntry
    ACCESS    not-accessible
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Performance monitoring information for a specific line."
    INDEX    { perfIfIndex }
    ::= { perfIfTable 1 }

PerfIfEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        perfIfIndex            INTEGER,
        perfIfLcvs             Counter,
        perfIfParitySections   Counter,
        perfIfParityLines      Counter,
        perfIfParityPaths      Counter,
        perfIfHecErrors        Counter,
        perfIfMisDelivdCells   Counter,
        perfIfOverFlowCells    Counter,
        perfIfInCBRCells       Counter,
        perfIfOutCBRCells      Counter,
        perfIfInVBRCells       Counter,
        perfIfOutVBRCells      Counter,
        perfIfInUBRCells       Counter,
        perfIfOutUBRCells      Counter
    }

perfIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    INTEGER
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Line interface number. Same as ifIndex."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 1 }

perfIfLcvs OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only    -- not available in current release
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Line Code Violation. This object is valid only for
               DS3/E3."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 2 }

perfIfParitySections OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only    -- not available in current release
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of B1 (BIP) errors(OC-3c, UTP-5),
               Number of C-bit parity violation(DS3),
               Number of CRC-6 violation(DS1)."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 3 }

perfIfParityLines OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only    -- not available in current release
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of B2 (BIP) errors(OC-3c, UTP-5),
               Number of P-bit parity violation(DS3)."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 4 }

perfIfParityPaths OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only    -- not available in current release
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of B3 (BIP) errors(OC-3c, UTP-5),
               Number of PLCP BIP violation(DS3)."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 5 }

perfIfHecErrors OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of HEC errors detected."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 6 }

perfIfMisDelivdCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of misdelivered cells."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 7 }

perfIfOverFlowCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of cells discarded due to buffer overflow."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 8 }

perfIfInCBRCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of received CBR cells."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 9 }

perfIfOutCBRCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of transmitted CBR cells."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 10 }

perfIfInVBRCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of received VBR cells."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 11 }

perfIfOutVBRCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of transmitted VBR cells."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 12 }

perfIfInUBRCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of received UBR cells."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 15 }

perfIfOutUBRCells OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX    Counter
    ACCESS    read-only
    STATUS    mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
              "Number of transmitted UBR cells."
    ::= { perfIfEntry 16 }

END