A descriptive string used by the network administrator
one stack at any given time. If this entry is empty,
the device is not a member of a stack.
Changing the value of this object will move the device
to a different stack. If the value is cleared, the device
is no longer a member of any stack.
This object is used to clear the csmStackTable
with a single SNMP operation. The application will clear
the table and re-write the table to accommodate new
or modified table entries.
Setting this object to noClearTable has no effect.
The agent will always return the value of noClearTable
when this object is read.
The table of IP addresses for the devices which are
members of the stack. Individual entries can be added
to the table to add devices in the stack either through
SNMP Set operations or through the device's command line
interface. However, the agent need not support deletion
of individual entries, since the table is first cleared
before any modifications are made, using the
csmClearStackTable object. The agent will return
the error badValue if an SNMP Set operation is
attempted on an existing row.
It is the responsibility of the network administrator to
ensure that a device does not belong to more than one stack
and to maintain referential integrity across devices. A
device will take no action upon the information stored in
this table other than to guarantee its persistence over