The MIB module to configure the resource partition
on service modules(cards) supported in MGX82xx and
This MIB is supported in following Service Modules:
AUSM (ATM UNI Service Module)
CESM (Circuit Emulation Service Module)
FRSM (Frame Relay Service Module)
VISM (Voice Interworking Service Module)
PXM1 (Processor Switch Module)
LCN : Logical Connection Number.
GLCN : Global LCN.
Controller - Software ( and possibly hardware) which manages
topology and network resources.
This performs source routing for ent-to-end SVCs,
including general call acceptance GCAC, setup calls
with other controllers.
PNNI and MPLS are examples for the Controller.
This object specifies the type of partition on LCN:
The possible values are:
noPartition(1): all controllers compete for the totoal
(G)LCNs limited by the card
controllerBased(2): the total number of (G)LCNs available
to each controller is fixed but no reservation on
each port. The number for each controller is
specified in the cardResPartGrpTable.
portControllerBased(3): a certain number of (G)LCNs available
on each port for each controller is reserved, it is
specified in the port resouce partition table.
NOTE: This object has to be configured before adding any
connections. Once a connection is added, this object
cannot be changed until all of the connections
This table contains the configuration of all
the resource partition(s) that are on the card level,
such as (G)LCN (if the object cardLcnPartitionType is
configured as controller-based, if not, there is no
need to configure this table since it'll be useless).
This object identifies the controller
managing the partition.
par(1) - Portable Auto Route(PAR). This is a VSI Master controller
implementing Cisco Proprietary protocol for network
routing and topology in a Network containing only
pnni(2) - Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) controller.
The PNNI protocol is used between private ATM Switches
and between groups of ATM switches. This protocol is
defined for distributing topology information between
switches and clusters of switches.
tag(3) - Label(tag) Switch Controller(TSC).The LSC Implements MPLS
(Multi Protocol Label Switching) protocol. The LSC is
a router which is capable of controlling the operation
of a separate ATM switch so that the two of them
together function as a single ATM-LSR
(ATM Label Switch Router).
The LSC controls the operation of the ATM Switch
using a 'Switch Control Protocol', which allows the
LSC to setup and remove cross-connects on the ATM
switch, to discover the configuration and capabilities
of the controlled switch, and to gather statistics from
the controlled switch.
This object is configured to reserve the number of
(G)LCNs for one controller on a SM card, it can be used
on any port but the total number of connections added
on all of the ports for that particular controller
cannot exceed this number.