This MIB module defines Bandwidth Manager configuration objects
that facilitate the management of the Cisco Content Delivery
System for TV (CDS-TV) product family.
CDS-TV is a suite of products and software applications
providing ingest, storage, caching, streaming, playout and
on-demand delivery of video to television or set-top-box
The Bandwidth Manager runs on the master streamer and keeps
track of allocated streams and VOD network resources.
CCP Cache Control Protocol
CDS Content Delivery System
CORBA Common Object Request Broker Architecture
ISA Interactive Services Architecture
ISV Integrated Streamer-Vault
FSI File Service Interface
FTP File Transfer Protocol
MPEG Motion Picture Experts Group
MSA Managed Services Architecture
RTSP Real-Time Streaming Protocol
SOAP Simple Object Access Protocol
STB Set-Top Box
VOD Video On-Demand
Catcher: Device responsible for receiving content (typically via
satellite dishes and antennae) from content providers or from a
Content Ingest: Acquisition of content from a source such as a
catcher or an FTP server for storing it locally and making it
available to streamers as needed.
Vault: Content delivery application responsible for ingesting
and storing video content and making it available to streamers
and/or caching nodes.
Caching Nodes: Content delivery application responsible for
caching content from vault (using CCP) and then streaming
content out to streamers over HTTP or CCP.
Streamer: Content delivery application responsible for streaming
video out to STB's.
ISV: Content delivery application capable of acting as both a
vault and as a streamer in a single device.
This object specifies how often the synchronization alarm is
triggered. The alarm is generated if the synchronization between
RTSP client and server (typically, streamer and back-office, but
varies by CDS deployment environment) fails. Note that this does
not generate an SNMP notification.