Copy configuration from active CLC to backup CLC.
A write of copy(2) causes the transfer to begin.
A read will return copy(2) if a transfer is in progress
and a none(1) if idle. A write of none(1) is not
permitted and is flagged as an error.
Copy Flash from one bank to another.
AP - Active Primary
AS - Active Secondary
BP - Backup Primary
BS - Backup Secondary
A read returns a value corresponding to the
activity in progress. A write causes the
requested transfer to begin. A write of
none(1) is not permitted and is flagged as an
This object is used to begin or obtain the status of
the SLC Download process. Writing a SLC base port to this
object will cause the SLC at that baseport to search for
new firmware on the active or backup CLC. If a valid SLC
image is located, then the SLC will download that code and
begin to run. A read of this variable will return the value
1 if a SLC download is in process, or a 0 if there aren't
downloads in progress.
This is the number of times an event that would generate
a trap has occurred since the last time that trap was
transmitted. The traps are not transmitted while the
aiCLCTrapTimer is running. This number will accompany
the next transmitted trap. This object is really a place
holder. It is required to allow verification of the OID
of this information in a trap (var-bind). A read of this
object will result in an error from the snmp agent.
After a trap is generated, a timer is
started. If the event that generated the
trap occurs while the timer is running, no
trap will be generated for the event. The
value of this object is the duration of the
timer in SECONDS.
The sending of the cold start trap may be delayed
to allow system startup and link startup to occur.
This will typically be done on systems using IP over
X.25 links. This value is specified in seconds.
The interval of the faulted primary CLC trap. If the primary
CLC was faulted and the interval was set between 1 and 65535
minutes, the backup CLC will repeatedly send the faulted primary
CLC trap. To disable this trap, set the interval to 0. If reset
the interval to 0 after the primary CLC has been faulted, the
backup CLC will stop sending the trap. New value for this object
will take affect without rebooting the switch. This object has no
effect on other traps.
This field describes the capabilities of the card. A card may not
be snmp capable and will have the value nosnmp(1). A card may be
snmp capable but isn't present on the IP network. This card is may
proxied for and will have the type snmpProxy(2). The last type of
snmp capability is where are card is present on the IP network and
can be managed directly. This card will have a type of snmpDirect(3).
This is the sequence number of the last trap sent by
this card. The sequence number starts at zero
following a hardware reset or power-up. When the
sequence number reaches 0xffffffff, it rolls over to 0
on the next trap.
This value is the port status which include the following
values; idle(1), selecting class of service selcos(2),
entering password pswd(3), entering username(4),
entering destination network address dna(5),
entering a TCP address tcp(6), answering
'wish to queue' queue(7), answering 'wish to hold' holdq(8),
connected to switch ai(9), connected conn(10), in the
process of connecting preconn(11), in the process of
disconnecting predisc(12), hold(13), network connect
pending netconn(14), performing a file transfer file(15),
inactive inact(16), slc is receiving software download swdwn(17),
port is using a telnet client telnetClient(18), unknown(20).
The position of the alias in the alias list.
When 'set' a new or an existing alias, this value can
be used as a flag to request a saving to the beginning (0)
or to the end (99999) of the alias list.
As default, the CLC always saves a new alias to the end and
a modified alias to its old position.
The EIA signals may be disabled (eiaDisabled(1)) or configured for
pass through (dsrRtsPass(2)). Additionally the port can
be configured to disconnect on loss of DSR (dsrOffDisc(3)),
disconnect on change of state of DSR (dsrOnOffDisc(4)),
disconnect on loss of DCD (dcdOffDisc(5)), or disconnect
on change of state of DCD (dcdOnOffDisc(6)).