A unique value for each Cisco adapter card in the
machine. The value ranges between 1 and the value of
adptrNumber. The value for each adapter card must
remain constant at least from one re-initialization
of the entity's network management system to the next
Setting this object to invalid(2) removes the
corresponding entry from the adptrTrapReceiverTable.
To add a new entry to the adptrTrapReceiverTable, set
the adptrTrapReceiverAddr to an IpAddress which is not
already in the table. The adptrTrapReceiverType for
that entry is automatically set to other(1).
The adapter community table (4 entries). This table
lists community strings and their access levels. When
an SNMP message is received by this adapter, the
community string in the message is compared with this
table to determine access rights of the sender.
A value of readWriteAll(4) allows the community to
read and write all objects in the MIB. A value of
readWrite(3) allows the community to read and write all
objects except the adptrCommunityTable, which it cannot
access at all. A value of readOnly(2) allows the
community to read all objects except the
adptrCommunityTable. A value of other(1) allows the
community no access.