This object represents the next available value for
the object 'atDNSServerIndex'.
For creating an entry in the 'atDNSServerTable',
a management application should read this object,
get the value and use the same.
This object represents the index corresponding to the
particular DNS Server configuration in the system.
For creation of new entry, the value of this object
should be same as that of the value of
'atDNSServerIndexNext' object. If this is not
the case, then the entry creation will fail.
This object represents the address of the
This object is a current object for row creation.
When a new row is created, this object is set with
a default value '0.0.0.0', and the management
application should change it to a desired value by
a SET operation.
The Status of this row.
The reading of this object should have a value of
'active(1)', for an existing row.
For creation of new entry, a management application
should set this object with value 'createAndGo(4)',
and using the same value as that got from reading
object 'atDNSServerIndexNext', as the index for
the new entry.
When an entry is created, the object 'atDNSServerAddr'
in the entry is set with a default value '0.0.0.0'.
The management application should change it to
a desired value with a SET operation.
For deletion of entry, a management application
should set this object with value 'destroy(6)'.
Once an entry is deleted, other entries in the table
which have bigger index than the deleted one, will
be indexed again. Therefore a management
application can effectively delete multiple entries
by repeating the SET operation using the same index.
An attempt to SET this object with value other than
'createAndGo' or 'destroy' will fail.