The tables defined by this MIB module contain a collection
of managed objects that are general in nature and apply to
an edge device in an organizations network, e.g. a Metro
Ethernet network. An edge device, is a customer located
equipment, this is the first device which will connect the
Service Provider's network and map subscriber traffic into
the next layer. The access media could be either CAT5 or
fiber. The access device (edge device) can be designed for
DSL, Ethernet or other technologies, however, this MIB is
designed for Ethernet.
UNI - User to Network Interface
NNI - Network to Network Interface.
ENI - Enhanced Network Interface. Enhanced UNI port.
- In an environment (specifically, in an SNMP context)
consisting of a single chassis which can contain
multiple cards, the term 'module' refers to a card
and the term 'device' refers to the whole chassis.
In an environment where multiple chassis are 'stacked'
together, the term 'module' refers to a chassis and
the term 'device' refers to the whole stack.
In an environment containing only a single chassis
without removable cards, the terms 'device' and
'module' both refer to the chassis and its contents.
The maximum number of ports on this device for which
the ceaUNIVlanType object can have the value 'community'.
The value of 0 is returned by this object if there is no
limitation to the number of UNI VLAN Communities.
This table contains Ethernet port specific information.
There exists an entry for each Ethernet port with an ifType
of 6 (ethernetCsmacd) in this table.
Note that the maximum number of NNI ports that can be
configured per module on this device is given by the value
The current configuration of the port. Only ports that are
supported by the ceaPortCapability object can be set.
Unspecified port type is any other port type than NNI,
UNI or ENI.
unspecified = Not UNI, or NNI, or ENI
uni = User to Network Interface port type.
nni = Network to Network Interface port type.
eni = Enhanced UNI port type.
Types supported by the Ethernet port. If a port doesn't
support the port type the ceaPortType will not allow
set of the unsupported type.
nni = Port supports NNI.
uni = Port supports UNI.
eni = Port supports ENI.
This table contains UNI VLAN information for all the VLANs
which currently exist on this device.
The number of UNI ports that can belong to a VLAN type
'community' is limited by the ceaMaxUNIVlanCommunityPorts