ERI-DNX-SMC-MIB

File: ERI-DNX-SMC-MIB.mib (235523 bytes)

Imported modules

SNMPv2-SMI SNMPv2-TC ERI-ROOT-SMI

Imported symbols

MODULE-IDENTITY OBJECT-IDENTITY OBJECT-TYPE
Integer32 Counter32 IpAddress
Unsigned32 TimeTicks NOTIFICATION-TYPE
DisplayString TEXTUAL-CONVENTION eriMibs
eriProducts

Defined Types

DnxResourceType  
Unique code used to identify a system resource.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER slot(0), deviceOctalE1T1(1), deviceQuadHighSpeed(2), deviceOctalHighSpeed(3), deviceQuadOcu(4), deviceSystemManager(5), deviceQuadT1(6), deviceT3(7), deviceTestAccess(8), deviceVoice(9), deviceVoiceEM(10), deviceVoiceFXO(11), deviceVoiceFXS(12), powerSupply(14), protectionSwitch(15), deviceRouterCard(16), deviceSts1(17), deviceHybridDS3(18), deviceGr303(19), deviceXCC(20), deviceXLC(21), deviceNodeManager(22), nest(23), node(24), deviceDs0DP(25), deviceSTM1(26), deviceOC3(27), deviceE3(28), deviceXLC-T1E1(29), deviceSTM1X(30), deviceOC3X(31), deviceContact(32), deviceVoltage(33), deviceAsync(34), deviceSync(35), deviceWan(36), dnx1UQuadT1E1(37), deviceTempSensor(38), dnx1UPowerSupply(39), dnx1USysMgr(40), deviceTranscoder(41), portOctal-T1E1(100), portQuadHighSpeed(101), portOctalHighSpeed(102), portQuadOcu(103), portQuadT1(104), portOctalT1(105), linkT3-T1(106), portT3(107), portTestAccess(108), portVoiceEM(109), portVoiceFXO(110), portVoiceFXS(111), psxNarrowband(112), psxBroadband(113), psxNarrowbandSpare(114), psxBroadbandSpare(115), portRouter(116), linkSts1-T1E1(117), portSts1(118), linkHds3-T1E1(119), portHybridDS3(120), portGr303(121), linkXlink(124), portDs0DP(125), clockDs0DP(126), sysMgrClock(127), linkSTM1-T1E1(128), linkOC3-T1E1(130), payloadSTM1(131), overheadSTM1(132), payloadOC3(133), overheadOC3(134), portE3(135), linkE3-E1(136), opticalXlink(137), portContact(138), portVoltage(139), portAsync(140), linkT1E1(141), portHighSpeed(142), portVirtualWan(143), portTranscoder(144)  

AlarmSeverity  
Determines the Trap Alarm level.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER nominal(0), informational(1), minor(2), major(3), critical(4)  

DecisionType  
Determines if a setting is on/off.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER no(0), yes(1)  

FunctionSwitch  
Determines if a functionality is on/off.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER disable(0), enable(1)  

CurrentDevStatus  
Determines if a device is on/off.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER inactive(0), active(1)  

PortStatus  
Determines if a port/link is active or not.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER out-service(0), in-service(1)  

DataSwitch  
Determines if a setting is on/off.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER off(0), on(1)  

TimeSlotAddress  
Used for slot, port, & starting timeslot numbers.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  IpAddress  

LinkPortAddress  
Used for nest, slot, & port/channel numbers.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  IpAddress  

ClockSrcAddress  
Used for slot, port, & station clock configuration.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  IpAddress  

NestSlotAddress  
Used for nest & slot numbers.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  IpAddress  

UnsignedInt  
Used for defining numbers used as bit masks.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  Unsigned32  

ConnectionType  
Determines the type of circuit connection. The fullDuplex and broadcastConnection require both a source and destination port. The broadcastMaster needs only a source port and the listeners need only a dest port.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER fullDuplex(0), broadcastConnection(1), broadcastMaster(2), listenSrc(3), listenDest(4), listenerConnection(7), vcmp(8), subChannel(9), subRate(10)  

CommunicationsType  
Determines the type of circuit communication format.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER data(0), voice(1), voiceAuToMu(2), comp16kBitGrp1-2(3), comp16kBitGrp3-4(4), comp16kBitGrp5-6(5), comp16kBitGrp7-8(6), comp32kBitGrp1-4(7), comp32kBitGrp5-8(8)  

ConnectionState1  
Determines the primary state level of circuit connection.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER inSrvc(0), outOfSrvc(1)  

ConnectionState2  
Determines the secondary state level of circuit connection.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER ok(1), underTest(2), cfgError(3)  

MapNumber  
Identifies the system connection maps.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER activeMap(0), map01(1), map02(2), map03(3), map04(4), map05(5)  

TestAccess  
Determines the type of test connection is on the circuit.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER none(0), monitorSrc(1), monitorDest(2), monitorSrcNDest(3), splitSrc(4), splitDest(5), splitSrcNDest(6)  

ConnectionSpeed  
Determines the bandwidth on a circuit connection.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER s48k(0), s56k(1), s64k(2), s112k-2x56(3), s128k-2x64(4), s168k-3x56(5), s192k-3x64(6), s224k-4x56(7), s256k-4x64(8), s280k-5x56(9), s320k-5x64(10), s336k-6x56(11), s384k-6x64(12), s392k-7x56(13), s448k-7x64(14), s448k-8x56(15), s512k-8x64(16), s504k-9x56(17), s576k-9x64(18), s560k-10x56(19), s640k-10x64(20), s616k-11x56(21), s704k-11x64(22), s672k-12x56(23), s768k-12x64(24), s728k-13x56(25), s832k-13x64(26), s784k-14x56(27), s896k-14x64(28), s840k-15x56(29), s960k-15x64(30), s896k-16x56(31), s1024k-16x64(32), s952k-17x56(33), s1088k-17x64(34), s1008k-18x56(35), s1152k-18x64(36), s1064k-19x56(37), s1216k-19x64(38), s1120k-20x56(39), s1280k-20x64(40), s1176k-21x56(41), s1344k-21x64(42), s1232k-22x56(43), s1408k-22x64(44), s1288k-23x56(45), s1472k-23x64(46), s1344k-24x56(47), s1536k-24x64(48), s1400k-25x56(49), s1600k-25x64(50), s1456k-26x56(51), s1664k-26x64(52), s1512k-27x56(53), s1728k-27x64(54), s1568k-28x56(55), s1792k-28x64(56), s1624k-29x56(57), s1856k-29x64(58), s1680k-30x56(59), s1920k-30x64(60), s1736k-31x56(61), s1984k-31x64(62), s1792k-32x56(63), s2048k-32x64(64), clearT1-25x64(65), clearE1-32x64(66), s32k(67), s16k(68), s9600-baud(96), no-connection(99)  

ConnCmdStatus  
Determines the command action or response status for a connection record/row.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update(1), delete(2), add(3), addNsave(4), updateNsave(5), deleteNsave(6), update-successful(101), delete-successful(102), add-successful(103), add-save-successful(104), update-save-successful(105), del-save-successful(106), err-general-connection-error(400), err-src-broadcast-id-not-found(401), err-src-port-in-use(402), err-dest-port-in-use(403), err-conn-name-in-use(404), err-invalid-broadcast-id(405), err-invalid-src-slot(406), err-invalid-src-port(407), err-invalid-src-timeslot(408), err-src-port-bandwidth-exceeded(409), err-invalid-dest-slot(410), err-invalid-dest-port(411), err-invalid-dest-timeslot(412), err-dest-port-bandwidth-exceeded(413), err-invalid-command(414), err-not-enough-bts-available(415), err-src-port-cannot-be-voice(416), err-dest-port-cannot-be-voice(417), err-invalid-communications-dev(418), err-invalid-communications-type(419), err-invalid-conn-name(420), err-invalid-conn-type(421), err-invalid-conn-speed(422), err-invalid-conn-record(423), err-conn-test-in-progress(424), err-invalid-conn-id(425), err-conn-not-saved-to-map(426), err-connection-map-full(427), err-invalid-card-type(428), err-invalid-conn-bit-group(429), err-conn-max-channels-used(430), err-src-xlink-slot-not-assigned(431), err-dest-xlink-slot-not-assigned(432), err-protection-grp-conn-error(433), err-cannot-chg-net-conn(434), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

LinkCmdStatus  
Determines the command action or response status for a link(port) record/row.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update(1), inServiceAll(7), copyToAll(9), outOfServiceAll(12), update-successful(101), insvc-successful(107), copy-successful(109), oos-successful(112), err-general-link-config-error(400), err-invalid-link-status(401), err-invalid-link-framing(402), err-invalid-link-command(403), err-invalid-link-lbo(404), err-invalid-esf-format(405), err-invalid-link-density(406), err-invalid-link-op-mode(407), err-invalid-link-rem-loop(408), err-invalid-link-ais(409), err-invalid-network-loop(410), err-invalid-yellow-alarm(411), err-invalid-red-timeout(412), err-invalid-idle-code(413), err-device-in-standby(414), err-invalid-link-mapping(415), err-invalid-link-vt-group(416), err-invalid-rcv-clocksrc(417), err-invalid-link-name(418), err-invalid-interface(419), err-invalid-polarity(420), err-invalid-clock-timing(421), err-invalid-control-signal(422), err-dcd-dsr-not-applicable(423), err-requires-special-mode(424), err-cts-not-applicable(425), err-gr303-not-applicable(426), err-invalid-link-bits(427), err-device-is-protection-module(428), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

OneByteField  
Used for single byte bit manipulation fields.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  OCTET STRING Size(1)  

DnxTsPortType  
Displays the Port Timeslot Type used when building DNX Cross-Connections.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER unknown(0), e1(1), t1(2), high-speed(3), wan(4), e1-cas(5), e1-clear-frm(6), t1-clear-frm(7), e1-clear-unfrm(8), t1-clear-unfrm(9), voice(10), ds0dp(11), ocu(12), tam(13)  

DnxTrunkProfSelection  
Displays the Trunk Conditioning Profile used to add or display a connection.
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  INTEGER none(0), profile-1(1), profile-2(2), profile-3(3), profile-4(4), profile-5(5), profile-6(6), profile-7(7), profile-8(8), profile-9(9), profile-10(10), profile-11(11), profile-12(12), profile-13(13), profile-14(14), profile-15(15), profile-16(16)  

ResourceEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  resourceKey UnsignedInt
  resourceAddr DisplayString
  resourceType DnxResourceType
  resourceState UnsignedInt
  resourceCriticalMask UnsignedInt
  resourceMajorMask UnsignedInt
  resourceMinorMask UnsignedInt
  resourceInfoMask UnsignedInt
  resourceNominalMask UnsignedInt
  resourceTrapMask UnsignedInt

ResourceAlarmEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  resourceAlarmKey UnsignedInt
  resourceAlarmAddr DisplayString
  resourceAlarmType DnxResourceType
  resourceAlarmState UnsignedInt
  resourceAlarmCriticalMask UnsignedInt
  resourceAlarmMajorMask UnsignedInt
  resourceAlarmMinorMask UnsignedInt
  resourceAlarmInfoMask UnsignedInt
  resourceAlarmNominalMask UnsignedInt
  resourceAlarmTrapMask UnsignedInt

DnxFeatureKeyEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  featureKeyId Integer32
  featureKeyName DisplayString
  featureKeyState INTEGER
  featureKeyCmdStatus INTEGER

ConnMapEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  connMapID Integer32
  connMapName DisplayString
  connMapCurrStatus INTEGER
  connMapDescription DisplayString
  connMapCounts Counter32
  connMapVersions Counter32
  connMapDate DisplayString
  connMapCmdStatus INTEGER
  connMapChecksum UnsignedInt

SysConnEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  sysMapID MapNumber
  sysConnID Integer32
  sysConnName DisplayString
  sysConnType ConnectionType
  sysSrcAddr TimeSlotAddress
  sysDestAddr TimeSlotAddress
  sysComm CommunicationsType
  sysConnSpeed ConnectionSpeed
  sysSrcTsBitmap Integer32
  sysDestTsBitmap Integer32
  sysBroadSrcId Integer32
  sysTestMode TestAccess
  sysCmdStatus ConnCmdStatus
  sysPrimaryState ConnectionState1
  sysSecondaryState ConnectionState2
  sysConnInstance Integer32
  sysConnChecksum UnsignedInt
  sysSrcTsLineType DnxTsPortType
  sysDestTsLineType DnxTsPortType
  sysSrcTrunkCProfile DnxTrunkProfSelection
  sysDestTrunkCProfile DnxTrunkProfSelection

ActvConnEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  actvMapID MapNumber
  actvConnID Integer32
  actvConnName DisplayString
  actvConnType ConnectionType
  actvSrcAddr TimeSlotAddress
  actvDestAddr TimeSlotAddress
  actvComm CommunicationsType
  actvConnSpeed ConnectionSpeed
  actvSrcTsBitmap Integer32
  actvDestTsBitmap Integer32
  actvBroadSrcId Integer32
  actvTestMode TestAccess
  actvCmdStatus ConnCmdStatus
  actvPrimaryState ConnectionState1
  actvSecondaryState ConnectionState2
  actvConnInstance Integer32
  actvConnChecksum UnsignedInt
  actvSrcTsLineType DnxTsPortType
  actvDestTsLineType DnxTsPortType
  actvSrcTrunkCProfile DnxTrunkProfSelection
  actvDestTrunkCProfile DnxTrunkProfSelection

TrunkCProfileEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  trunkProfileID Integer32
  trunkSignalStart OCTET STRING
  trunkSignalEnd OCTET STRING
  trunkData OCTET STRING
  trunkCmdStatus INTEGER

DbRemoteHostTableEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  dbHostIndex Integer32
  dbHostIp IpAddress
  dbHostDirectory DisplayString
  dbHostFilename DisplayString
  dbHostCmdStatus INTEGER

TrapDestinationEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  trapDestAddr IpAddress
  trapDestName DisplayString
  trapDestCmdStatus INTEGER
  trapDestPduType INTEGER
  trapDestMaxRetry Integer32
  trapDestTimeout INTEGER

Defined Values

eriDNXSmcMIB 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.3.1
The ERI Enterprise MIB Module for the DNX System Manager.
MODULE-IDENTITY    

dnx 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

sysMgr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

devices 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.2
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

traps 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

resourceTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1
This table contain the resource information of the complete system. This table is the most complete single view of the system.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    ResourceEntry

resourceEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1
The information about a resource.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ResourceEntry  

resourceKey 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.1
This number uniquely identifies a system resource. This number will be used throughout the system to identify a resource.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.2
This is an ascii text version of the resource key. The strings have the general form of x.x.x... where the string x.x.x... is a string of some number of numbers. The following letters are used. S - slot D - device P - port C - channel(i.e. link) CLK - clock O - overhead transport (STM1/OC3) Some examples should make this clear. S1.4 is nest one, slot four D2.4 is the device that is in nest two, slot four P1.4.1 is the first port on the device that is in slot four, nest one C3.5.1.10 is the tenth channel on port one of the device that is in slot five, nest three There are a few forms that are not standard and they are listed here: S1.SMCA is the slot for the SMC A device, nest one S1.SMCB is the slot for the SMC B device, nest one S1.PSX is the slot for the Protection Switch Box, nest one D1.SMCA is the SMC A device, nest one D1.SMCB is the SMC B device, nest one CLK1.SMCA is the SMC A clock, nest one CLK1.SMCB is the SMC B clock, nest one D1.PSA is the A power supply, nest one D1.PSB is the B power supply, nest one O1.2.1 is the Overhead Transport in slot 2, nest one
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

resourceType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.3
This determines what kind of resource this is.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxResourceType  

resourceState 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.4
Gives the state of the object. This is a bitmap whose exact meaning depends on the resource type. Bit zero refers to the rightmost bit. The following bits are RESERVED for ALL types. bit 0 No Alarm bit 25 Config Error bit 26 Can't be Clock Source bit 27 Error Counter Non Zero bit 28 Rear card not present bit 29 Clock source bit 30 In test bit 31 Out of service NOTE: This does not mean that these bits could be set by all types only that the individual types will not define another bit in the same place. Type slot bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Device mismatched (physical vs. confg.) bit 2 Device missing (confg but not present) bit 3 Device not present (absense of data) Type deviceOctalE1T1, deviceQuadHighSpeed, deviceOctalHighSpeed, deviceQuadOcu, deviceSystemManager, deviceQuadT1, deviceT3, deviceTestAccess, deviceVoice, deviceVoiceEM, deviceVoiceFXO, deviceVoiceFXS, deviceSts1, deviceRouterCard, deviceHybridT3, deviceDs0DP, deviceGr303, deviceXCC, deviceXLC, deviceE3, deviceNodeManager, deviceSTM1, deviceOC3, deviceXLC-T1E1, deviceSTM1X, deviceOC3X bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Online bit 2 Standby bit 3 Frame sync not present bit 4 System clock not present bit 6 Database not in sync (SMC only) bit 7 Clock free run error (SMC only) bit 8 Offline bit 9 Defective bit 10 Bus error bit 25 Config error (common) bit 26 Can't be Clock Source (common) bit 27 Error Counter Non Zero (common) bit 28 Rear card not present (common) bit 29 Clock source (common) bit 30 In test (common) bit 31 Out of service (common) Type powerSupply bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Not present bit 2 Not ok bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portOctal-T1E1, portOctalT1, portQuadT1, linkT3-T1,linkSts1-T1E1,linkHt3-T1E1, linkE3-E1 bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Rcv far end LOF (yellow alarm) bit 2 Near end sending LOF bit 3 Far end sending AIS bit 4 Near end sending AIS bit 5 Near end LOF (red alarm) bit 6 Near end loss of signal bit 7 Near end is looped bit 8 E1 TS16 AIS bit 9 Far end sending TS16 LOMF bit 10 Near end sending TS16 LOMF bit 11 Near end detects a test code bit 12 Other line status bit 13 Near end unavailable signal bit 14 Carrier equipment out of service bit 21 Near end tx slip bit 22 Near end rx slip bit 23 Near end severe errored frame bit 24 Change in frame aligmment bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portT3 bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Rcv far end LOF (yellow alarm) bit 2 Near end sending LOF bit 3 Far end sending AIS bit 4 Near end sending AIS bit 5 Near end LOF (red alarm) bit 6 Near end loss of signal LIU digital loss of signal LIU analog loss of signal bit 7 Near end is looped bit 11 Near end detects a test code bit 12 Other line status bit 13 Near end unavailable signal bit 14 Carrier equipment out of service bit 15 Near end sever errored frame bit 16 Rx/Tx clock failure bit 17 Tx far end block error bit 18 Tx pbit/cbit parity error bit 19 Fbits and mbits in error bit 20 LIU other status bit 22 LIU excess zeros bit 23 LIU coding violation bit 24 LIU prbs error bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portQuadHighSpeed, portOctalHighSpeed bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Detected FIFO error on receive bit 2 Detected FIFO error on transmit bit 3 High Speed Clock Edge error bit 4 Carrier Dropped on link failure bit 7 Near End In loop bit 11 Near end detects a test code bit 12 High Speed Carrier detected bit 24 No Backplane Timeslot assigned bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portQuadOcu bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 6 Near end loss of signal bit 7 Near end looped bit 11 Near end detects test code bit 12 Other line status bit 23 Near end severe errored frame bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portTestAccess bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 7 Near end looped bit 11 Near end detects test code bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portVoiceEm, portVoiceFXO, portVoiceFXS bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 7 Near end looped bit 11 Near end detects test code bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type protectionSwitch bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Online (common) bit 3 PSX Power Supply (A) bad bit 4 PSX Power Supply (B) bad bit 5 PSX Fan-1 bad bit 6 PSX Fan-2 bad bit 7 PSX Fan-3 bad bit 8 PSX Dual Broadband Not Supported bit 9 PSX New Controller bit 12 PSX New Chassis bit 14 PSX Line Card 1 Not Present bit 15 PSX Line Card 2 Not Present bit 16 PSX Line Card 3 Not Present bit 17 PSX Line Card 4 Not Present bit 18 PSX Line Card 5 Not Present bit 19 PSX Line Card 6 Not Present bit 20 PSX Line Card 7 Not Present bit 21 PSX Line Card 8 Not Present bit 22 PSX Line Card 9 Not Present bit 23 PSX Line Card 10 Not Present bit 24 PSX Line Card 11 Not Present bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type psxNarrowband, psxNarrowbandSpare, psxBroadband, psxBroadbandSpare bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 2 PSX Line Card Relay Switch to Spare bit 3 PSX Line Card Cable Missing bit 4 PSX Line Card Cable Not Present bit 5 PSX Line Card Not Present (not configured, not there) bit 6 PSX Line Card Missing (standby confg but not there) bit 7 PSX Line Card Mismatch (oper vs. standby) bit 8 PSX Line Card Relay Malfunction bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portRouter bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 User Contact Alarm 1 On bit 2 User Contact Alarm 2 On bit 3 User Contact Alarm 3 On bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portSts1 bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Rcv far end LOF (yellow alarm) bit 2 Near end sending LOF bit 3 Far end sending AIS bit 4 Near end sending AIS bit 5 Near end LOF (red alarm) bit 7 Near end is looped bit 8 Near end loss of pointer bit 9 Near end out of frame bit 10 Near end AIS bit 11 Near end detects a test code bit 12 Other line status bit 13 Near end unavailable signal bit 14 Carrier equipment out of service bit 15 Near end sever errored frame bit 16 Rx/Tx clock failure bit 17 Near end loss of multi-frame bit 18 Near end Trace error bit 20 LIU digital loss of signal bit 21 LIU analog loss of signal bit 22 LIU excess zeros bit 23 LIU coding violation bit 24 LIU prbs error bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portHybridT3 bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 3 Far end sending AIS bit 4 Near end sending AIS bit 5 Near end out of frame bit 6 Near end loss of signal bit 7 Near end is looped bit 8 Near end LOF (red alarm) bit 9 Far end receive failure bit 11 Near end line code violation bit 12 Near end framing bit error bit 13 Near end excess zeros bit 17 Tx far end block error bit 18 Tx pbit/cbit parity error bit 20 LIU digital loss of signal bit 21 LIU analog loss of signal bit 22 LIU excess zeros bit 23 LIU coding violation bit 24 LIU prbs error bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type linkXlink, opticalXlink bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 6 Cable Mismatch Error bit 11 Nest ID bit 0 bit 12 Nest ID bit 1 bit 13 Nest ID bit 2 bit 14 Nest ID bit 3 bit 15 Serializer Error bit 16 Framer Error bit 17 Bert Error bit 18 Clock Error bit 20 In Use Error (nest communicating to both xlink ports) bit 21 Crc Error bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type nest bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Nest Mismatch bit 2 Nest Missing bit 3 Nest Not Present bit 4 Nest Online bit 5 Nest Offline bit 6 Nest Critical Alarm bit 7 Nest Major Alarm bit 8 Nest Minor Alarm bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type node bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Node Critical Alarm bit 2 Node Major Alarm bit 3 Node Minor Alarm bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portDs0DP bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Loss Of Signal bit 2 BiPolar Violation bit 3 Near End is Looped bit 4 Near End Loop Detected bit 5 Bert Error Detected bit 12 through 19 Reserved for internal use bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type clockDs0DP bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Composite Clock Loss Of Signal bit 2 Composite Clock BiPolar Violation bit 3 Composite Clock Offset Changed bit 4 through 19 Reserved for internal use bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type sysMgrClock bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Stratum 3 Clock Defective bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type linkSTM1-T1E1,linkOC3-T1E1 bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Red Alarm bit 2 Near end sending LOF bit 3 Far end sending AIS bit 4 Near end sending AIS bit 5 Near end LOF (red alarm) bit 7 Near end is looped bit 8 Near end loss of pointer bit 9 Near end out of frame bit 10 Near end detects AIS bit 11 Near end detects a test code bit 13 Near end loss of signal bit 17 Far end receiving yellow alarm bit 18 Near end severe errored frame bit 19 Tributary Unit TUG2 loss of pointer bit 20 Tributary Unit TUG2 remote defect indication bit 21 Tributary Unit TUG2 remote failure indication bit 22 Tributary Unit TUG2 alarm indication signal bit 23 Tributary Unit TUG2 path signal label mismatch bit 24 Tributary Unit TUG2 path signal label unstable bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type payloadSTM1, payloadOC3 bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Virtual Tributary near end loss of pointer bit 2 Virtual Tributary near end AIS bit 3 Payload loss of pointer bit 4 Payload alarm indication signal bit 5 Payload remote defect indication bit 7 Payload in near end line loop bit 8 Payload in near end local loop bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type overheadSTM1, overheadOC3 bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Transport Overhead alarm indication signal bit 2 Transport Overhead remote defect indication bit 3 Transport Overhead out of frame bit 4 Transport Overhead loss of frame bit 5 Transport Overhead loss of signal bit 7 Transport Overhead near end system level line loop bit 8 Transport Overhead near end path level line loop bit 9 Transport Overhead near end local loop bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Type portE3 bit 0 No Alarm (common) bit 1 Rcv far end LOF (yellow alarm) bit 2 Near end sending LOF bit 3 Receiving AIS bit 4 Near end sending AIS bit 5 Near end LOF (red alarm) bit 6 Near end loss of signal bit 7 Near end is looped bit 9 Far end receive failure bit 11 Near end detected test code bit 12 Other line status bit 13 Near end unavailable signal bit 14 Carrier equipment out of service bit 15 Near end sever errored frame bit 16 Rx/Tx clock failure bit 17 Tx far end block error bit 22 LIU Drive Monitor error bit 23 LIU coding violation bit 24 LIU FIFO error bit 25 through 31 Reserved as Common Finished.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceCriticalMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.5
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are critical alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceMajorMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.6
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are major alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceMinorMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.7
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are minor alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceInfoMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.8
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are informational alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceNominalMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.9
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are nominal alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceTrapMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.1.1.10
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are used to generate traps.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAlarmTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2
This table contain the resource information of the resourses that are in alarm.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    ResourceAlarmEntry

resourceAlarmEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1
The information about a resource that is in alarm.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ResourceAlarmEntry  

resourceAlarmKey 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.1
This number uniquely identifies a system resource. This number will be used throughout the system to identify a resource. This number is the same as resourceKey
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAlarmAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.2
This is an ascii text version of the resource key.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

resourceAlarmType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.3
This determines what kind of resource this is.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxResourceType  

resourceAlarmState 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.4
Gives the state of the object. This is a bitmap whose exact meaning depends on the resource type. See description for Resource State above.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAlarmCriticalMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.5
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are critical alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAlarmMajorMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.6
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are major alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAlarmMinorMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.7
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are minor alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAlarmInfoMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.8
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are informational alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAlarmNominalMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.9
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are nominal alarms
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

resourceAlarmTrapMask 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.2.1.10
This is the mask that identifies which bits in the state are used to generate traps.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

sysProfile 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

unitName 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.1
This is the user friendly name of this system.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(0..30)  

unitType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.2
This is the type of system node. dnx4 (1) Digital Access Cross-Connect System with 4 available device/application slots dnx11 (2) Digital Access Cross-Connect System with 11 available device/application slots dnx11-psx (3) Digital Access Cross-Connect System with 11 available device/application slots and attached redundancy switching device dnx88 (4) Multi-Nest Digital Access Cross-Connect System with 88 available device/application slots dnx1U (5) Small scale DACS with Routing, T1/E1, Synchronous, and asynchronous capabilities
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER dnx4(1), dnx11(2), dnx11-psx(3), dnx88(4), dnx1U(5)  

activeSMC 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.3
This is the current ONLINE System Manager module. (A= top, B= bottom)
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER smc-A(1), smc-B(2)  

systemRelease 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.4
In the form 'xx.yy' where x is the software version number followed by the release number y.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..5)  

releaseDate 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.5
The calendar date of Release x.xx above.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..20)  

flashChksum 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.6
The current flash memory checksum result.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(6)  

xilinxType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.7
The type of xilinx chip used for the downloadable, programmable flash.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..20)  

xilinxVersion 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.8
The current version of the xilinx chip used for the flash.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..30)  

rearModem 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.9
Indicates the presence (yes) or non-presence (no) of the rear card modem.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DecisionType  

mibProfile 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.10
The current SNMP Enterprise MIB Information for this release. The format of this string is 'VARIABLE=VALUE' and each pair is terminated by a colon. This object is used to validate which MIB the Agent is currently supporting. The Agent will respond with the names of all supported MIB files and the date supported.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..256)  

systemMgrType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.11
This is the hardware type of System Manager module.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER smc-I(1), smc-II(2), xnm(3), dnx1u-sys(4)  

sysAlarmCutOff 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.12
This toggles the ACO (Alarm Cut Off) switch.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER enabled(0), disabled(1)  

sysMacAddress 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.13
Displays the system configured MAC Address in hexidecimal format.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  OCTET STRING Size(6)  

sysSa4RxTxTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.14
Provides the option to enable the Sa4-match trap to be sent to the NMS.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER enabled(1), disabled(0)  

sysCustomerId 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.15
Unique code to identify the customer.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 1..9999  

sysMgrOnlineTime 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.16
The time (in hundredths of a second) since the System Manager was declared ONLINE.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TimeTicks  

featureKeys 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

dnxFeatureKeyTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.1
This is the DNX Feature Key Configuration table which consists of an entry for each of the DNX Feature Sets. The total number of entries depends on the number of available features in the unit.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    DnxFeatureKeyEntry

dnxFeatureKeyEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.1.1
The conceptual row of the DNX Feature Key Configuration table. A row in this table cannot be added or deleted, only modified.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxFeatureKeyEntry  

featureKeyId 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.1.1.1
The unique Feature Key index number.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 1..8  

featureKeyName 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.1.1.2
The text name describing the type of Feature. KeyId Feature Key Name Description ----- ---------------- ----------- 1. ADPCM Tcoder - Transcoder subsystem 2. Subrate Switching - High and Low Nibble connections 3. Monitor and Control - Voltage Measurement, Input/ Output Contact Closures, & Ambient Temperature subsystems 4. Basic Routing - Terminal Server, PPP, Channelized Routing, RIP, NAT, DHCP, & Packet Filtering. 5. Advanced Routing - OSPF, VLAN Mapping & GRE data encapsulation 6. APS - Automatic Protection Switching 7. High Speed Data - Synchronous subsystem 8. High Availablity - Circuit Protection Groups
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

featureKeyState 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.1.1.3
Determines if the Feature is active or inactive. This can only be SET after the associated feature key has been entered.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER noKey(0), active(1), inactive(2)  

featureKeyCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.1.1.4
The command status for this configuration row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. Default Response State used in GET RESPONSE Command ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Feature Key Commands used in SET Command (1..99) update (1), Update the Feature Key state deleteKey (2), Remove the Feature Key from the system Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) update-successful (101) Feature Key has been successfully updated delete-successful (102) Feature Key has been successfully deleted Feature Key Config Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-key-config-error (400) Unknown key configuration error occurred err-invalid-state (401) Unrecognized key state err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name. err-invalid-cmd-status (451) Invalid or missing command status field err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update(1), deleteKey(2), update-successful(101), delete-successful(102), err-general-key-config-error(400), err-invalid-state(401), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-invalid-cmd-status(451), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

enterNewFeatureKey 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.2
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

newKeyCode 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.2.1
This represents the encrypted Feature Key code number that must be entered by an admistrator. Once entered successfully, the corresponding feature entries in the dnxFeatureKeyTable will be updated to an active state.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

newKeyCodeCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.6.100.2.2
The command status for this configuration row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. Default Response State used in GET RESPONSE Command ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Feature Key Commands used in SET Command (1..99) enterKey (1), Enter a new Feature Key code Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) key-successful (101) Feature Key has been successfully entered Feature Key Config Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-invalid-key (402) Unrecognized feature key code err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name. err-invalid-cmd-status (451) Invalid or missing command status field err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), enterKey(1), key-successful(101), err-invalid-key(402), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-invalid-cmd-status(451), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

sysClock 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

sysDateTime 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

sysMonth 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1.1
The current calendar month.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER january(1), february(2), march(3), april(4), may(5), june(6), july(7), august(8), september(9), october(10), november(11), december(12)  

sysDay 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1.2
The current calendar day in month.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 1..31  

sysYear 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1.3
The current calendar year.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

sysHour 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1.4
The current military standard hour.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..23  

sysMin 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1.5
The current system minutes.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..59  

sysSec 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1.6
The current system seconds.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..59  

sysWeekday 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1.7
The current calendar day of the week.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER monday(1), tuesday(2), wednesday(3), thursday(4), friday(5), saturday(6), sunday(7)  

sysTimeCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.1.8
The command status for this system Date and Time. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. Default Response State used in GET RESPONSE Command ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row System Time Commands used in SET Command (1..99) update-sys-time (1) change the current system date/time Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) update-successful (101) system clock has been successfully changed Time Config Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-time-date-error (200) Unexpected time configuration error occurred err-invalid-day (201) Out of range day value err-invalid-month (202) Out of range month value err-invalid-year (203) Out of range year value err-invalid-hours (204) Out of range military hour value err-invalid-minutes (205) Out of range minute value err-invalid-seconds (206) Out of range second value err-invalid-weekday (207) Out of range weekday value err-general-calendar-error (208) Incorrect month/day/year combination. Checks for leap year. err-invalid-sys-time-command (209) Unrecognized or missing time config command err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update-sys-time(1), update-successful(101), err-general-time-date-error(200), err-invalid-day(201), err-invalid-month(202), err-invalid-year(203), err-invalid-hours(204), err-invalid-minutes(205), err-invalid-seconds(206), err-invalid-weekday(207), err-invalid-calendar(208), err-invalid-sys-time-cmd(209), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

clockSrcConfig 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.2
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

clockSrcActive 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.2.1
This is the current clock source in use.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER freerun(0), holdover(1), primary(2), secondary(3), tertiary(4), primary-protected(6), secondary-protected(7), tertiary-protected(8)  

primaryClockSrc 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.2.2
The Primary Clock Source slot/port address or Station Identifier. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string) with the first byte unused. The 2nd byte represents the Clock Source Slot Number (1-11). A non-zero value in this byte indicates an outside Clock Source and should have valid values for the slot number and also the port in the third byte. A zero for the 4th byte is expected since the Station Clock is not applicable. The 3rd byte represents the destination Port Number (1-84). A non-zero value in this byte indicates an outside Clock Source and should have valid values for the port number and also the slot in the previous byte. A zero for the 4th byte is expected since the Station Clock is not applicable. The 4th byte represents the Station Clock Source. A non-zero in this byte indicates whether to use station A (1) or B (2) and should have zero(0) values in the previous bytes for slot and port. NOTE: To designate a Freerun Source or Inactive Clock Source, this field should have no slot, port, or station info. The entire ClockSrcAddress value would then be 0.0.0.0
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ClockSrcAddress  

secondaryClockSrc 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.2.3
The Secondary Clock Source slot/port address or Station Identifier. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string) with the first byte unused. The 2nd byte represents the Clock Source Slot Number (1-11). A non-zero value in this byte indicates an outside Clock Source and should have valid values for the slot number and also the port in the third byte. A zero for the 4th byte is expected since the Station Clock is not applicable. The 3rd byte represents the destination Port Number (1-84). A non-zero value in this byte indicates an outside Clock Source and should have valid values for the port number and also the slot in the previous byte. A zero for the 4th byte is expected since the Station Clock is not applicable. The 4th byte represents the Station Clock Source. A non-zero in this byte indicates whether to use station A (1) or B (2) and should have zero(0) values in the previous bytes for slot and port. NOTE: To designate a Freerun Source or Inactive Clock Source, this field should have no slot, port, or station info. The entire ClockSrcAddress value would then be 0.0.0.0
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ClockSrcAddress  

tertiaryClockSrc 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.2.4
The Tertiary Clock Source slot/port address or Station Identifier. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string) with the first byte unused. The 2nd byte represents the Clock Source Slot Number (1-11). A non-zero value in this byte indicates an outside Clock Source and should have valid values for the slot number and also the port in the third byte. A zero for the 4th byte is expected since the Station Clock is not applicable. The 3rd byte represents the destination Port Number (1-84). A non-zero value in this byte indicates an outside Clock Source and should have valid values for the port number and also the slot in the previous byte. A zero for the 4th byte is expected since the Station Clock is not applicable. The 4th byte represents the Station Clock Source. A non-zero in this byte indicates whether to use station A (1) or B (2) and should have zero(0) values in the previous bytes for slot and port. NOTE: To designate a Freerun Source or Inactive Clock Source, this field should have no slot, port, or station info. The entire ClockSrcAddress value would then be 0.0.0.0
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ClockSrcAddress  

clockSrcMode 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.2.5
The configured system clock source fallback Mode.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER freerun(0), auto(1), primary(2), secondary(3), tertiary(4)  

clockSrcCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.7.2.6
The command status for this Clock Source configuration. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. Default Response State used in GET RESPONSE Command ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Clock Source Commands used in SET Command (1..99) update-clock-src (1) Change the source for primary, secondary or tertiary clocks Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) update-successful (101) clock source data has been successfully changed Clock Source Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-gen-clock-src-config-error (200) Unknown clock src configuration error occurred. err-invalid-slot (201) Configured slot not in valid range err-invalid-port (202) Configured port not in valid range err-invalid-clock-src-command (203, Unrecognized clock src command action err-invalid-clock-mode (204) Unrecognized clock src fallback err-invalid-station-clock (205) Configured station not valid err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update-clock-src(1), update-successful(101), err-gen-clock-src-config-error(200), err-invalid-slot(201), err-invalid-port(202), err-invalid-clock-src-command(203), err-invalid-clock-mode(204), err-invalid-station-clock(205), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

connections 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

connInfo 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

activeMapId 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.1.1
This is the ID number for current Connection Map. For details about each Connection Map, use the connMapTable entries.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 1..5  

connDBChecksum 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.1.2
This is the Connection Database checksum which applies to all connections in all Maps. This number is calculated by taking the sum of the Connection Map versions value from each entry in the Connection Map Table. This value can then be used to identify possible discrepancies between the Agent and the Network Manager's Connection Data.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

lastMapCopied 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.1.3
This is the ID of the last Connection Map used as a source in a Connection Map copy operation to one or more destination maps.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..5  

connMapTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2
This is the Connection Map table which consists of 5 connection configuration map entries.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    ConnMapEntry

connMapEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1
The conceptual row of the Connection Map table. A row in this table can not be created or deleted. A row in this table can be modified by providing valid values for either the Map Name, Description, or Map Status. Changing the Map Status from inactive to active for a map will result in the current active map to be changed to inactive. The connMapCmdStatus field must be included as a variable in a SET PDU for the action to take effect. If the connMapCmdStatus is missing from the SET PDU, the GET RESPONSE will contain the SNMP error status of 'genErr' for and an error index equal to the last variable.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnMapEntry  

connMapID 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.1
This number uniquely identifies a system connection map.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 1..5  

connMapName 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.2
This is the textual name of a specific connection configuration map. The length can be from 1 to 11 characters.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..11)  

connMapCurrStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.3
This indicates the current status for a connection map. Only one map can be active at a given time. active (1) - The current active map non-active (2) - The Map is currently not active and currently not tagged. non-active-tagged (3)- map is currently not active but tagged as a destination to be copied to. NOTE: Tagging allows another map's configuration to be copied to this map when the copy command is used on the source map. The source map can be any other map.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER active(1), non-active(2), non-active-tagged(3)  

connMapDescription 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.4
This is the textual description of the connection configuration map. The length can be from 1 to 20 characters.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(0..20)  

connMapCounts 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.5
This is the number of system connections configured and saved in this map.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Counter32  

connMapVersions 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.6
This is the current version number for this map. Each time the map is permanently saved, the version number will be incremented by 1.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Counter32  

connMapDate 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.7
This is the calendar date of the last time a configuration change was saved to this map.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

connMapCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.8
The command status for this connection map configuration row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. Default Response State used in GET RESPONSE Command ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Map Commands used in SET Command (1..99) update-map (1) Update the map name and/or map description. delete-map (2) Delete all connections from an inactive map. activate-map (7) Make this map the active map. Changing the Map Status from inactive to active for a map will result in the current active map to be changed to inactive. save-map (8) Save the connection data configured for this map. Each time the save-map command is used, the map version and date will be updated. The maps should be saved after changing the system connection configuration to avoid losing those changes in the event of unexpected power loss or system reset. copy-map-to-tagged-maps(9) Copy the connection configuration from this map to all other maps tagged as a destination. Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) command-in-progress (100) map command is still working update-successful (101) map data has been successfully changed delete-successful (102) map connection data has been successfully deleted activate-successful (107) connection map has been successfully activated and previous active map has been de-activated. save-successful (108) connection map has been successfully saved copy-successful (109) connection map has been successfully copied Map Config Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-map-config-error (200) Unknown map configuration error occurred err-invalid-map-command (202) Unrecognized map command-action err-invalid-map-name (203) Configured map name too long err-invalid-map-desc (204) Configured map description too long err-invalid-map-status (205) Unrecognized map status or invalid for current map err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update-map(1), delete-map(2), activate-map(7), save-map(8), copy-map-to-tagged-maps(9), command-in-progress(100), update-successful(101), delete-successful(102), activate-successful(107), save-successful(108), copy-successful(109), err-general-map-config-error(200), err-invalid-map-command(202), err-invalid-map-name(203), err-invalid-map-desc(204), err-invalid-map-status(205), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

connMapChecksum 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.2.1.9
This is the checksum for the system connection map.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

sysConnTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3
This is the system Connection table which consists of connection entries from all available configuration maps. There are 5 seperate connection maps but only one can be active at a time. The number of entries in this table depends on the number of connections configured. Currently the maximum number of connections is 16224 for a DNX88 system or 4056 for a DNX11 (if all connections are half-duplex using a single DS0). If connections require more bandwidth (multiple DS0s or full-duplex), the system bandwidth will be exceeded before you reach the above connection maximums.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    SysConnEntry

sysConnEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1
The conceptual row of the system Connection table. A row in this table can NOT be created. A row in this table can be modified by providing valid values for one or more writable columns and by setting the value of sysCmdStatus to 'update'. A row in this table can be deleted by setting the value of sysCmdStatus to 'delete'. The sysCmdStatus field must be included as a variable in a SET PDU for the action to take effect. If the sysCmdStatus is missing from the SET PDU, the GET RESPONSE will contain the SNMP error status of 'genErr' for and an error index equal to the last variable.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SysConnEntry  

sysMapID 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.1
This number uniquely identifies a system connection map. This number will be used in conjunction with the connection ID to uniquely identify a connection.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  MapNumber  

sysConnID 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.2
This number uniquely identifies a connection within a given configuration map. This number will be used in conjunction with the map ID to uniquely identify a system connection.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..16224  

sysConnName 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.3
This is the textual description of a connection within a given configuration map. The length can be from 1 to 20 characters.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..19)  

sysConnType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.4
The connection type for this system connection. fullDuplex (0) Bi-directional connection from Source port to Destination port and vice-versa. broadcastConnection (1) One directional connection from Source to Dest ports. broadcastMaster (2) Input connection from Source port to backplane only. listenSrc (3) Output connection from backplane to Destination port. Must be configured to 'listen' to an active Source port. listenDest (4) Output connection from backplane to Destination port. Must be configured to 'listen' to an active Dest port. vcmp (8) Voice Compression - Applicable to DNX-1u supporting Transcoder hardware. Provides cross-connect capability between uncompressed source and compressed destination. subChannel (9) Applicable to DNX-1u supporting Transcoder hardware. Connection allowing the user to map source's compressed bit group to the destination's bit group. subRate (10) Sub-rate level switching connection that must use ConnectionSpeed of 32k and must specify if high nibble or low nibble timeslot bits are used for both Src and Dest.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionType  

sysSrcAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.5
The source port timeslot address for this connection. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string). Note that the maximum valid port number and starting timeslot will vary depending on the specified carrier and framing options. For example, an octal T1/E1 device has 8 ports but the T1 link has 24 timeslots while the E1 link has 32 timeslots. The 1st byte is reserved for future use The 2nd byte represents the source Slot Number (1-11) The 3rd byte represents the source Port Number (1-84) The 4th byte represents the source starting Timeslot (1-232) normal connections use range 1..32 For subRate connection types: low nibble connections use range 101..132 high nibble connections use range 201..232
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TimeSlotAddress  

sysDestAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.6
The destination port timeslot address for this connection. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string). Note that the maximum valid port number and starting timeslot will vary depending on the specified carrier and framing options. For example, an octal T1/E1 device has 8 ports but the T1 link has 24 timeslots while the E1 link has 32 timeslots. The 1st byte is reserved for future use The 2nd byte represents the destination Slot Number (1-11) The 3rd byte represents the destination Port Number (1-84) The 4th byte represents the source starting Timeslot (1-232) normal connections use range 1..32 For subRate connection types: low nibble connections use range 101..132 high nibble connections use range 201..232
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TimeSlotAddress  

sysComm 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.7
The type of communications utilized on this system connection. data (0) Data only voice (1) Voice only voiceAuToMu (2) Voice with Au-law to Mu-law Conversion The Bit Group selections for a connection of the VCMP or subChannel type. There are 2 4-bit groups at speed 32 Kbps and 4 2-bit groups at speed 16 Kbps. They specify the position of the compressed data within the selected DS0. Applicable to DNX-1u with Transcoder Hardware. comp16kBitGrp1-2(3) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp3-4(4) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp5-6(5) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp7-8(6) vcmp and subChannel only comp32kBitGrp1-4(7) vcmp and subChannel only comp32kBitGrp5-8(8) vcmp and subChannel only
OBJECT-TYPE    
  CommunicationsType  

sysConnSpeed 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.8
The data transmission speed in kilobytes per second (kbps) for this connection. The format is: -Speed in kbps-number of DS0-kbps per channel s48k (0) - 48k (1 DS0) s56k (1) - 56k (1 DS0) s64k (2) - 64k (1 DS0) s112k-2x56 (3) - 112k/56 (2 DS0s) s128k-2x64 (4) - 128k/64 (2 DS0s) s168k-3x56 (5) - 168k/56 (3 DS0s) s192k-3x64 (6) - 192k/64 (3 DS0s) s224k-4x56 (7) - 224k/56 (4 DS0s) s256k-4x64 (8) - 256k/64 (4 DS0s) s280k-5x56 (9) - 280k/56 (5 DS0s) s320k-5x64 (10) - 320k/64 (5 DS0s) s336k-6x56 (11) - 336k/56 (6 DS0s) s384k-6x64 (12) - 384k/64 (6 DS0s) s392k-7x56 (13) - 392k/56 (7 DS0s) s448k-7x64 (14) - 448k/64 (7 DS0s) s448k-8x56 (15) - 448k/56 (8 DS0s) s512k-8x64 (16) - 512k/64 (8 DS0s) s504k-9x56 (17) - 504k/56 (9 DS0s) s576k-9x64 (18) - 576k/64 (9 DS0s) s560k-10x56 (19) - 560k/56 (10 DS0s) s640k-10x64 (20) - 640k/64 (10 DS0s) s616k-11x56 (21) - 616k/56 (11 DS0s) s704k-11x64 (22) - 704k/64 (11 DS0s) s672k-12x56 (23) - 672k/56 (12 DS0s) s768k-12x64 (24) - 768k/64 (12 DS0s) s728k-13x56 (25) - 728k/56 (13 DS0s) s832k-13x64 (26) - 832k/64 (13 DS0s) s784k-14x56 (27) - 784k/56 (14 DS0s) s896k-14x64 (28) - 896k/64 (14 DS0s) s840k-15x56 (29) - 840k/56 (15 DS0s) s960k-15x64 (30) - 960k/64 (15 DS0s) s896k-16x56 (31) - 896k/56 (16 DS0s) s1024k-16x64 (32) - 1024k/64(16 DS0s) s952k-17x56 (33) - 952k/56 (17 DS0s) s1088k-17x64 (34) - 1088k/64 (17 DS0s) s1008k-18x56 (35) - 1008k/56 (18 DS0s) s1152k-18x64 (36) - 1152k/64 (18 DS0s) s1064k-19x56 (37) - 1064k/56 (19 DS0s) s1216k-19x64 (38) - 1216k/64 (19 DS0s) s1120k-20x56 (39) - 1120k/56 (20 DS0s) s1280k-20x64 (40) - 1280k/64 (20 DS0s) s1176k-21x56 (41) - 1176k/56 (21 DS0s) s1344k-21x64 (42) - 1344k/64 (21 DS0s) s1232k-22x56 (43) - 1232k/56 (22 DS0s) s1408k-22x64 (44) - 1408k/64 (22 DS0s) s1288k-23x56 (45) - 1288k/56 (23 DS0s) s1472k-23x64 (46) - 1472k/64 (23 DS0s) s1344k-24x56 (47) - 1344k/56 (24 DS0s) s1536k-24x64 (48) - 1536k/64 (24 DS0s) s1400k-25x56 (49) - 1400k/56 (25 DS0s) s1600k-25x64 (50) - 1600k/64 (25 DS0s) s1456k-26x56 (51) - 1456k/56 (26 DS0s) s1664k-26x64 (52) - 1664k/64 (26 DS0s) s1512k-27x56 (53) - 1512k/56 (27 DS0s) s1728k-27x64 (54) - 1728k/64 (27 DS0s) s1568k-28x56 (55) - 1568k/56 (28 DS0s) s1792k-28x64 (56) - 1792k/64 (28 DS0s) s1624k-29x56 (57) - 1624k/56 (29 DS0s) s1856k-29x64 (58) - 1856k/64 (29 DS0s) s1680k-30x56 (59) - 1680k/56 (30 DS0s) s1920k-30x64 (60) - 1920k/64 (30 DS0s) s1736k-31x56 (61) - 1736k/56 (31 DS0s) s1984k-31x64 (62) - 1984k/64 (31 DS0s) s1792k-32x56 (63) - 1792k/56 (32 DS0s) s2048k-32x64 (64) - 2048k/64 (32 DS0s) clearT1-25x64(65) - Framed or Unframed 64k (25 DS0s) clearE1-32x64(66) - Framed or Unframed 64k (32 DS0s) s32k (67) - DNX-1u Transcoder/Sub-Rate supported speed s16k (68) - DNX-1u Transcoder supported speed
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionSpeed  

sysSrcTsBitmap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.9
This is a bit field used for the source port timeslots. Each bit represents a link timeslot on the source port. Setting the bit indicates that timeslot is used for the connection. The number of timeslots utilized depends on the connection speed. Timeslot zero refers to the rightmost bit.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

sysDestTsBitmap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.10
This is a bit field used for the destination port timeslots. Each bit represents a link timeslot on the destination port. Setting the bit indicates that timeslot is used for the connection. The number of timeslots utilized depends on the connection speed. Timeslot zero refers to the rightmost bit.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

sysBroadSrcId 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.11
The connection ID number of the broadcast source connection for a listener connection to read from.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

sysTestMode 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.12
This indicates whether the current connection is in test mode, and if so, the type of test access being used. none (0) Connection has no active Tests monitorSrc (1) Connection Source port is monitored to a Test port monitorDest (2) Connection Dest port is monitored to a Test port monitorSrc&Dest (3) Connection Source and Dest ports are monitored to Test ports splitSrc (4) Connection Source port is re-routed to a Test port splitDest (5) Connection Dest port is re-routed to a Test port splitSrc&Dest (6) Connection Source and Dest ports are re-routed to Test ports
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TestAccess  

sysCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.13
The command status for this system connection row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Action States used in SET Command (1..99) update (1) change existing connection delete (2) remove existing connection add (3) add new connection addNsave (4) add new connection and save to file immediately updateNsave (5) change existing connection and save to file immediately deleteNsave (6) delete existing connection and update map file immediately Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) update-successful (101) connection has been successfully modified delete-successful (102) connection has been successfully deleted add-successful (103) connection has been successfully added add-save-successful (104) connection has been successfully added & saved update-save-successful (105) connection has been successfully modified & saved del-save-successful (106) connection has been successfully removed & saved Connection Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-connection-error (400) An unknown system connection error occurred err-src-broadcast-id-not-found (401) Unable to find listener using this broadcast ID err-conn-name-in-use (404) Connection name already exists err-src-port-bandwidth-exceeded (409) Source port cannot support requested timeslots err-dest-port-bandwidth-exceeded (413) Dest port cannot support requested timeslots err-invalid-command (414) Unrecognized connection command-action err-not-enough-bts-available (415) Not enough available timeslots on Backplane err-src-port-cannot-support-voice (416) Device type in source slot does not support voice err-dest-port-cannot-support-voice (417) Device type in dest slot does not support voice err-invalid-communications-for-device (418) Only E1 devices support Au-law to Mu-law conversion err-invalid-communications-type (419) Unrecognized connection communications err-invalid-conn-name (420) Invalid connection name length err-invalid-conn-speed (422) Unrecognized connection speed code err-invalid-conn-record (423) Connection record contains missing or invalid fields err-conn-not-saved-to-map(426) Connection was changed but save to file failed err-invalid-conn-bit-group (429) Invalid bit-group selected for the globally set compression rate. err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnCmdStatus  

sysPrimaryState 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.14
The Primary level state of this system connection. inSrvc (0) In Service outOfSrvc (1) Not in Service
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionState1  

sysSecondaryState 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.15
The Secondary level state of this system connection. none (0) Default OOS state ok (1) Operational underTest (2) Under Test Mode
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionState2  

sysConnInstance 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.16
This is the current instance number for this connection record. Each time the connection is changed, the instance number will be changed.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

sysConnChecksum 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.17
This is the checksum this connection record.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

sysSrcTsLineType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.18
Determines the Source Port Timeslot Type used when building DNX Cross-Connections. unknown (0) Not Available or unknown e1 (1) 31 Ts available numbered 1..31 w/ Ts0 reserved t1 (2) 24 Ts available numbered 1..24 high-speed (3) 32 Ts available numbering not applicable wan (4) 32 Ts available numbered 0..31 e1-cas (5) 30 Ts available numbered 1..30 w/ Ts0 & Ts16 reserved e1-clear-frm (6) 32 Ts needed numbered 1..31 with Ts0 reserved t1-clear-frm (7) 25 Ts needed numbered 1..24 w/ Ts25 reserved e1-clear-unfrm (8) 32 Ts needed numbered 0..31 t1-clear-unfrm (9) 25 Ts needed numbered 1..25 voice (10) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable ds0dp (11) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable ocu (12) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable tam (13) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTsPortType  

sysDestTsLineType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.19
Determines the Dest Port Timeslot Type used when building DNX Cross-Connections. unknown (0) Not Available or unknown e1 (1) 31 Ts available numbered 1..31 w/ Ts0 reserved t1 (2) 24 Ts available numbered 1..24 high-speed (3) 32 Ts available numbering not applicable wan (4) 32 Ts available numbered 0..31 e1-cas (5) 30 Ts available numbered 1..30 w/ Ts0 & Ts16 reserved e1-clear-frm (6) 32 Ts needed numbered 1..31 with Ts0 reserved t1-clear-frm (7) 25 Ts needed numbered 1..24 w/ Ts25 reserved e1-clear-unfrm (8) 32 Ts needed numbered 0..31 t1-clear-unfrm (9) 25 Ts needed numbered 1..25 voice (10) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable ds0dp (11) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable ocu (12) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable tam (13) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTsPortType  

sysSrcTrunkCProfile 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.20
This identifies the Trunk Conditioning Profile selection for the source port.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTrunkProfSelection  

sysDestTrunkCProfile 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.3.1.21
This identifies the Trunk Conditioning Profile selection for the destination port.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTrunkProfSelection  

actvConnTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4
This is the Active Map Connection table which consists of connection entries from the active configuration map. There are 5 seperate connection maps but only one can be active at a time. The number of entries in this table depends on the number of active connections configured. Currently the maximum number of connections is 16224 for a DNX88 system or 4056 for a DNX11 (if all connections are half-duplex using a single DS0). If connections require more bandwidth (multiple DS0s or full-duplex), the system bandwidth will be exceeded before you reach the above connection maximums.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    ActvConnEntry

actvConnEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1
The conceptual row of the system Connection table. A row in this table can NOT be created. A row in this table can be modified by providing valid values for one or more writable columns and by setting the value of actvCmdStatus to 'update'. A row in this table can be deleted by setting the value of actvCmdStatus to 'delete'. The actvCmdStatus field must be included as a variable in a SET PDU for the action to take effect. If the actvCmdStatus is missing from the SET PDU, the GET RESPONSE will contain the SNMP error status of 'genErr' for and an error index equal to the last variable.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ActvConnEntry  

actvMapID 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.1
This number uniquely identifies the Active connection map.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  MapNumber  

actvConnID 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.2
This number uniquely identifies an Active Map connection.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..16224  

actvConnName 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.3
This is the textual description of a connection within a given configuration map. The length can be from 1 to 20 characters.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..19)  

actvConnType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.4
The connection type for this system connection. fullDuplex (0) Bi-directional connection from Source port to Destination port and vice-versa. broadcastConnection (1) One directional connection from Source to Dest ports. broadcastMaster (2) Input connection from Source port to backplane only. listenSrc (3) Output connection from backplane to Destination port. Must be configured to 'listen' to an active Source port. listenDest (4) Output connection from backplane to Destination port. Must be configured to 'listen' to an active Dest port. vcmp (8) Voice Compression - Applicable to DNX-1u supporting Transcoder hardware. Provides cross-connect capability between uncompressed source and compressed destination. subChannel (9) Applicable to DNX-1u supporting Transcoder hardware. Connection allowing the user to map source's compressed bit group to the destination's bit group. subRate (10) Sub-rate level switching connection that must use ConnectionSpeed of 32k and must specify if high nibble or low nibble timeslot bits are used for both Src and Dest.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionType  

actvSrcAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.5
The source port timeslot address for this connection. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string). Note that the maximum valid port number and starting timeslot will vary depending on the specified carrier and framing options. For example, an octal T1/E1 device has 8 ports but the T1 link has 24 timeslots while the E1 link has 32 timeslots. The 1st byte is reserved for future use The 2nd byte represents the source Slot Number (1-11) The 3rd byte represents the source Port Number (1-84) The 4th byte represents the source starting Timeslot (1-232) normal connections use range 1..32 For subRate connection types: low nibble connections use range 101..132 high nibble connections use range 201..232
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TimeSlotAddress  

actvDestAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.6
The destination port timeslot address for this connection. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string). Note that the maximum valid port number and starting timeslot will vary depending on the specified carrier and framing options. For example, an octal T1/E1 device has 8 ports but the T1 link has 24 timeslots while the E1 link has 32 timeslots. The 1st byte is reserved for future use The 2nd byte represents the destination Slot Number (1-11) The 3rd byte represents the destination Port Number (1-84) The 4th byte represents the source starting Timeslot (1-232) normal connections use range 1..32 For subRate connection types: low nibble connections use range 101..132 high nibble connections use range 201..232
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TimeSlotAddress  

actvComm 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.7
The type of communications utilized on this system connection. data (0) Data only voice (1) Voice only voiceAuToMu (2) Voice with Au-law to Mu-law Conversion The Bit Group selections for a connection of the VCMP or subChannel type. There are 2 4-bit groups at speed 32 Kbps and 4 2-bit groups at speed 16 Kbps. They specify the position of the compressed data within the selected DS0. Applicable to DNX-1u with Transcoder Hardware. comp16kBitGrp1-2(3) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp3-4(4) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp5-6(5) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp7-8(6) vcmp and subChannel only comp32kBitGrp1-4(7) vcmp and subChannel only comp32kBitGrp5-8(8) vcmp and subChannel only
OBJECT-TYPE    
  CommunicationsType  

actvConnSpeed 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.8
The data transmission speed in kilobytes per second (kbps) for this connection. The format is: -Speed in kbps-number of DS0-kbps per channel s48k (0) - 48k (1 DS0) s56k (1) - 56k (1 DS0) s64k (2) - 64k (1 DS0) s112k-2x56 (3) - 112k/56 (2 DS0s) s128k-2x64 (4) - 128k/64 (2 DS0s) s168k-3x56 (5) - 168k/56 (3 DS0s) s192k-3x64 (6) - 192k/64 (3 DS0s) s224k-4x56 (7) - 224k/56 (4 DS0s) s256k-4x64 (8) - 256k/64 (4 DS0s) s280k-5x56 (9) - 280k/56 (5 DS0s) s320k-5x64 (10) - 320k/64 (5 DS0s) s336k-6x56 (11) - 336k/56 (6 DS0s) s384k-6x64 (12) - 384k/64 (6 DS0s) s392k-7x56 (13) - 392k/56 (7 DS0s) s448k-7x64 (14) - 448k/64 (7 DS0s) s448k-8x56 (15) - 448k/56 (8 DS0s) s512k-8x64 (16) - 512k/64 (8 DS0s) s504k-9x56 (17) - 504k/56 (9 DS0s) s576k-9x64 (18) - 576k/64 (9 DS0s) s560k-10x56 (19) - 560k/56 (10 DS0s) s640k-10x64 (20) - 640k/64 (10 DS0s) s616k-11x56 (21) - 616k/56 (11 DS0s) s704k-11x64 (22) - 704k/64 (11 DS0s) s672k-12x56 (23) - 672k/56 (12 DS0s) s768k-12x64 (24) - 768k/64 (12 DS0s) s728k-13x56 (25) - 728k/56 (13 DS0s) s832k-13x64 (26) - 832k/64 (13 DS0s) s784k-14x56 (27) - 784k/56 (14 DS0s) s896k-14x64 (28) - 896k/64 (14 DS0s) s840k-15x56 (29) - 840k/56 (15 DS0s) s960k-15x64 (30) - 960k/64 (15 DS0s) s896k-16x56 (31) - 896k/56 (16 DS0s) s1024k-16x64 (32) - 1024k/64(16 DS0s) s952k-17x56 (33) - 952k/56 (17 DS0s) s1088k-17x64 (34) - 1088k/64 (17 DS0s) s1008k-18x56 (35) - 1008k/56 (18 DS0s) s1152k-18x64 (36) - 1152k/64 (18 DS0s) s1064k-19x56 (37) - 1064k/56 (19 DS0s) s1216k-19x64 (38) - 1216k/64 (19 DS0s) s1120k-20x56 (39) - 1120k/56 (20 DS0s) s1280k-20x64 (40) - 1280k/64 (20 DS0s) s1176k-21x56 (41) - 1176k/56 (21 DS0s) s1344k-21x64 (42) - 1344k/64 (21 DS0s) s1232k-22x56 (43) - 1232k/56 (22 DS0s) s1408k-22x64 (44) - 1408k/64 (22 DS0s) s1288k-23x56 (45) - 1288k/56 (23 DS0s) s1472k-23x64 (46) - 1472k/64 (23 DS0s) s1344k-24x56 (47) - 1344k/56 (24 DS0s) s1536k-24x64 (48) - 1536k/64 (24 DS0s) s1400k-25x56 (49) - 1400k/56 (25 DS0s) s1600k-25x64 (50) - 1600k/64 (25 DS0s) s1456k-26x56 (51) - 1456k/56 (26 DS0s) s1664k-26x64 (52) - 1664k/64 (26 DS0s) s1512k-27x56 (53) - 1512k/56 (27 DS0s) s1728k-27x64 (54) - 1728k/64 (27 DS0s) s1568k-28x56 (55) - 1568k/56 (28 DS0s) s1792k-28x64 (56) - 1792k/64 (28 DS0s) s1624k-29x56 (57) - 1624k/56 (29 DS0s) s1856k-29x64 (58) - 1856k/64 (29 DS0s) s1680k-30x56 (59) - 1680k/56 (30 DS0s) s1920k-30x64 (60) - 1920k/64 (30 DS0s) s1736k-31x56 (61) - 1736k/56 (31 DS0s) s1984k-31x64 (62) - 1984k/64 (31 DS0s) s1792k-32x56 (63) - 1792k/56 (32 DS0s) s2048k-32x64 (64) - 2048k/64 (32 DS0s) clearT1-25x64(65) - Framed or Unframed 64k (25 DS0s) clearE1-32x64(66) - Framed or Unframed 64k (32 DS0s) s32k (67) - DNX-1u Transcoder/Sub-Rate supported speed s16k (68) - DNX-1u Transcoder supported speed
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionSpeed  

actvSrcTsBitmap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.9
This is a bit field used for the source port timeslots. Each bit represents a link timeslot on the source port. Setting the bit indicates that timeslot is used for the connection. The number of timeslots utilized depends on the connection speed.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

actvDestTsBitmap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.10
This is a bit field used for the destination port timeslots. Each bit represents a link timeslot on the destination port. Setting the bit indicates that timeslot is used for the connection. The number of timeslots utilized depends on the connection speed.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

actvBroadSrcId 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.11
The connection ID number of the broadcast source connection for a listener connection to read from.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

actvTestMode 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.12
This indicates whether the current connection is in test mode, and if so, the type of test access being used. none (0) Connection has no active Tests monitorSrc (1) Connection Source port is monitored to a Test port monitorDest (2) Connection Dest port is monitored to a Test port monitorSrc&Dest (3) Connection Source and Dest ports are monitored to Test ports splitSrc (4) Connection Source port is re-routed to a Test port splitDest (5) Connection Dest port is re-routed to a Test port splitSrc&Dest (6) Connection Source and Dest ports are re-routed to Test ports
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TestAccess  

actvCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.13
The command status for this system connection row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Action States used in SET Command (1..99) update (1) change existing connection delete (2) remove existing connection add (3) add new connection addNsave (4) add new connection and save to file immediately updateNsave (5) change existing connection and save to file immediately deleteNsave (6) delete existing connection and update map file immediately Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) update-successful (101) connection has been successfully modified delete-successful (102) connection has been successfully deleted add-successful (103) connection has been successfully added add-save-successful (104) connection has been successfully added & saved update-save-successful (105) connection has been successfully modified & saved del-save-successful (106) connection has been successfully removed & saved Connection Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-connection-error (400) An unknown system connection error occurred err-src-broadcast-id-not-found (401) Unable to find listener using this broadcast ID err-conn-name-in-use (404) Connection name already exists err-src-port-bandwidth-exceeded (409) Source port cannot support requested timeslots err-dest-port-bandwidth-exceeded (413) Dest port cannot support requested timeslots err-invalid-command (414) Unrecognized connection command-action err-not-enough-bts-available (415) Not enough available timeslots on Backplane err-src-port-cannot-support-voice (416) Device type in source slot does not support voice err-dest-port-cannot-support-voice (417) Device type in dest slot does not support voice err-invalid-communications-for-device (418) Only E1 devices support Au-law to Mu-law conversion err-invalid-communications-type (419) Unrecognized connection communications err-invalid-conn-name (420) Invalid connection name length err-invalid-conn-speed (422) Unrecognized connection speed code err-invalid-conn-record (423) Connection record contains missing or invalid fields err-conn-not-saved-to-map(426) Connection was changed but save to file failed err-invalid-conn-bit-group (429) Invalid bit-group selected for the globally set compression rate. err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnCmdStatus  

actvPrimaryState 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.14
The Primary level state of this system connection. inSrvc (0) In Service outOfSrvc (1) Not in Service
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionState1  

actvSecondaryState 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.15
The Secondary level state of this system connection. none (0) Default OOS state ok (1) Operational underTest (2) Under Test Mode
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionState2  

actvConnInstance 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.16
This is the current instance number for this connection record. Each time the connection is changed, the instance number will be changed.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

actvConnChecksum 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.17
This is the checksum this connection record.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  UnsignedInt  

actvSrcTsLineType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.18
Determines the Source Port Timeslot Type used when building DNX Cross-Connections. unknown (0) Not Available or unknown e1 (1) 31 Ts available numbered 1..31 w/ Ts0 reserved t1 (2) 24 Ts available numbered 1..24 high-speed (3) 32 Ts available numbering not applicable wan (4) 32 Ts available numbered 0..31 e1-cas (5) 30 Ts available numbered 1..30 w/ Ts0 & Ts16 reserved e1-clear-frm (6) 32 Ts needed numbered 1..31 with Ts0 reserved t1-clear-frm (7) 25 Ts needed numbered 1..24 w/ Ts25 reserved e1-clear-unfrm (8) 32 Ts needed numbered 0..31 t1-clear-unfrm (9) 25 Ts needed numbered 1..25 voice (10) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable ds0dp (11) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable ocu (12) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable tam (13) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTsPortType  

actvDestTsLineType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.19
Determines the Dest Port Timeslot Type used when building DNX Cross-Connections. unknown (0) Not Available or unknown e1 (1) 31 Ts available numbered 1..31 w/ Ts0 reserved t1 (2) 24 Ts available numbered 1..24 high-speed (3) 32 Ts available numbering not applicable wan (4) 32 Ts available numbered 0..31 e1-cas (5) 30 Ts available numbered 1..30 w/ Ts0 & Ts16 reserved e1-clear-frm (6) 32 Ts needed numbered 1..31 with Ts0 reserved t1-clear-frm (7) 25 Ts needed numbered 1..24 w/ Ts25 reserved e1-clear-unfrm (8) 32 Ts needed numbered 0..31 t1-clear-unfrm (9) 25 Ts needed numbered 1..25 voice (10) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable ds0dp (11) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable ocu (12) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable tam (13) 1 Ts available numbering not applicable
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTsPortType  

actvSrcTrunkCProfile 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.20
This identifies the Trunk Conditioning Profile selection for the source port.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTrunkProfSelection  

actvDestTrunkCProfile 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.4.1.21
This identifies the Trunk Conditioning Profile selection for the destination port.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTrunkProfSelection  

addConnRecord 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

addMapID 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.1
This number identifies the connection map where the new Connection is to be added. A value of zero will cause the system to add the connection to the current active map.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  MapNumber  

addConnID 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.2
This number defaults to connection ID zero, which if used in a SET PDU, notifies the system to find and use the next available Connection ID. If this number is SET to a non-zero value, the system will attempt to use that number for the Connection ID of the new Connection being added. If the ID is already in use with different Connection parameters, an error in the CmdStatus will be returned.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..16224  

addConnName 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.3
This is the textual description of a connection within a given configuration map. This name is optional and will be generated by the system if not provided in the SET PDU.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(1..19)  

addConnType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.4
The connection type for this system connection. fullDuplex (0) Bi-directional connection from Source port to Destination port and vice-versa. broadcastConnection (1) One directional connection from Source to Dest ports. broadcastMaster (2) Input connection from Source port to backplane only. listenSrc (3) Output connection from backplane to Destination port. Must be configured to 'listen' to an active Source port. listenDest (4) Output connection from backplane to Destination port. Must be configured to 'listen' to an active Dest port. listenerConnection (7) Creates listenSrc or listenDest by providing addSrcAddr rather than addBroadSrcId. vcmp (8) Voice Compression - Applicable to DNX-1u supporting Transcoder hardware. Provides cross-connect capability between uncompressed source and compressed destination. subChannel (9) Applicable to DNX-1u supporting Transcoder hardware. Connection allowing the user to map source's compressed bit group to the destination's bit group. subRate (10) Sub-rate level switching connection that must use ConnectionSpeed of 32k and must specify if high nibble or low nibble timeslot bits are used for both Src and Dest.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionType  

addSrcAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.5
The source port timeslot address for this new connection. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string). Note that the maximum valid port number and starting timeslot will vary depending on the specified carrier and framing options. For example, an octal T1/E1 device has 8 ports but the T1 link has 24 timeslots while the E1 link has 32 timeslots. The 1st byte is reserved for future use The 2nd byte represents the source Slot Number (1-11) The 3rd byte represents the source Port Number (1-84) The 4th byte represents the source starting Timeslot (1-232) normal connections use range 1..32 For subRate connection types: low nibble connections use range 101..132 high nibble connections use range 201..232
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TimeSlotAddress  

addDestAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.6
The destination port timeslot address for this new connection. The format is represented using an IP address syntax (4 byte string). Note that the maximum valid port number and starting timeslot will vary depending on the specified carrier and framing options. For example, an octal T1/E1 device has 8 ports but the T1 link has 24 timeslots while the E1 link has 32 timeslots. The 1st byte is reserved for future use The 2nd byte represents the destination Slot Number (1-11) The 3rd byte represents the destination Port Number (1-84) The 4th byte represents the source starting Timeslot (1-232) normal connections use range 1..32 For subRate connection types: low nibble connections use range 101..132 high nibble connections use range 201..232
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TimeSlotAddress  

addComm 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.7
The type of communications utilized on this system connection. data (0) Data only voice (1) Voice only voiceAuToMu (2) Voice with Au-law to Mu-law Conversion The Bit Group selections for a connection of the VCMP or subChannel type. There are 2 4-bit groups at speed 32 Kbps and 4 2-bit groups at speed 16 Kbps. They specify the position of the compressed data within the selected DS0. Applicable to DNX-1u with Transcoder Hardware. comp16kBitGrp1-2(3) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp3-4(4) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp5-6(5) vcmp and subChannel only comp16kBitGrp7-8(6) vcmp and subChannel only comp32kBitGrp1-4(7) vcmp and subChannel only comp32kBitGrp5-8(8) vcmp and subChannel only
OBJECT-TYPE    
  CommunicationsType  

addConnSpeed 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.8
The data transmission speed in kilobytes per second (kbps) for this connection. The format is: -Speed in kbps-number of DS0-kbps per channel s48k (0) - 48k (1 DS0) s56k (1) - 56k (1 DS0) s64k (2) - 64k (1 DS0) s112k-2x56 (3) - 112k/56 (2 DS0s) s128k-2x64 (4) - 128k/64 (2 DS0s) s168k-3x56 (5) - 168k/56 (3 DS0s) s192k-3x64 (6) - 192k/64 (3 DS0s) s224k-4x56 (7) - 224k/56 (4 DS0s) s256k-4x64 (8) - 256k/64 (4 DS0s) s280k-5x56 (9) - 280k/56 (5 DS0s) s320k-5x64 (10) - 320k/64 (5 DS0s) s336k-6x56 (11) - 336k/56 (6 DS0s) s384k-6x64 (12) - 384k/64 (6 DS0s) s392k-7x56 (13) - 392k/56 (7 DS0s) s448k-7x64 (14) - 448k/64 (7 DS0s) s448k-8x56 (15) - 448k/56 (8 DS0s) s512k-8x64 (16) - 512k/64 (8 DS0s) s504k-9x56 (17) - 504k/56 (9 DS0s) s576k-9x64 (18) - 576k/64 (9 DS0s) s560k-10x56 (19) - 560k/56 (10 DS0s) s640k-10x64 (20) - 640k/64 (10 DS0s) s616k-11x56 (21) - 616k/56 (11 DS0s) s704k-11x64 (22) - 704k/64 (11 DS0s) s672k-12x56 (23) - 672k/56 (12 DS0s) s768k-12x64 (24) - 768k/64 (12 DS0s) s728k-13x56 (25) - 728k/56 (13 DS0s) s832k-13x64 (26) - 832k/64 (13 DS0s) s784k-14x56 (27) - 784k/56 (14 DS0s) s896k-14x64 (28) - 896k/64 (14 DS0s) s840k-15x56 (29) - 840k/56 (15 DS0s) s960k-15x64 (30) - 960k/64 (15 DS0s) s896k-16x56 (31) - 896k/56 (16 DS0s) s1024k-16x64 (32) - 1024k/64(16 DS0s) s952k-17x56 (33) - 952k/56 (17 DS0s) s1088k-17x64 (34) - 1088k/64 (17 DS0s) s1008k-18x56 (35) - 1008k/56 (18 DS0s) s1152k-18x64 (36) - 1152k/64 (18 DS0s) s1064k-19x56 (37) - 1064k/56 (19 DS0s) s1216k-19x64 (38) - 1216k/64 (19 DS0s) s1120k-20x56 (39) - 1120k/56 (20 DS0s) s1280k-20x64 (40) - 1280k/64 (20 DS0s) s1176k-21x56 (41) - 1176k/56 (21 DS0s) s1344k-21x64 (42) - 1344k/64 (21 DS0s) s1232k-22x56 (43) - 1232k/56 (22 DS0s) s1408k-22x64 (44) - 1408k/64 (22 DS0s) s1288k-23x56 (45) - 1288k/56 (23 DS0s) s1472k-23x64 (46) - 1472k/64 (23 DS0s) s1344k-24x56 (47) - 1344k/56 (24 DS0s) s1536k-24x64 (48) - 1536k/64 (24 DS0s) s1400k-25x56 (49) - 1400k/56 (25 DS0s) s1600k-25x64 (50) - 1600k/64 (25 DS0s) s1456k-26x56 (51) - 1456k/56 (26 DS0s) s1664k-26x64 (52) - 1664k/64 (26 DS0s) s1512k-27x56 (53) - 1512k/56 (27 DS0s) s1728k-27x64 (54) - 1728k/64 (27 DS0s) s1568k-28x56 (55) - 1568k/56 (28 DS0s) s1792k-28x64 (56) - 1792k/64 (28 DS0s) s1624k-29x56 (57) - 1624k/56 (29 DS0s) s1856k-29x64 (58) - 1856k/64 (29 DS0s) s1680k-30x56 (59) - 1680k/56 (30 DS0s) s1920k-30x64 (60) - 1920k/64 (30 DS0s) s1736k-31x56 (61) - 1736k/56 (31 DS0s) s1984k-31x64 (62) - 1984k/64 (31 DS0s) s1792k-32x56 (63) - 1792k/56 (32 DS0s) s2048k-32x64 (64) - 2048k/64 (32 DS0s) clearT1-25x64(65) - Framed or Unframed 64k (25 DS0s) clearE1-32x64(66) - Framed or Unframed 64k (32 DS0s) s32k (67) - DNX-1u Transcoder/Sub-Rate supported speed s16k (68) - DNX-1u Transcoder supported speed
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnectionSpeed  

addSrcTsBitmap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.9
This is a bit field used for the source port timeslots. Each bit represents a link timeslot on the source port. Setting the bit indicates that timeslot is used for the connection. The number of timeslots utilized depends on the connection speed.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

addDestTsBitmap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.10
This is a bit field used for the destination port timeslots. Each bit represents a link timeslot on the destination port. Setting the bit indicates that timeslot is used for the connection. The number of timeslots utilized depends on the connection speed.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

addBroadSrcId 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.11
The connection ID number of the broadcast source connection for a listener connection to read from.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..16224  

addTestMode 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.12
This indicates whether the current connection is in test mode, and if so, the type of test access being used. none (0) Connection has no active Tests monitorSrc (1) Connection Source port is monitored to a Test port monitorDest (2) Connection Dest port is monitored to a Test port monitorSrc&Dest (3) Connection Source and Dest ports are monitored to Test ports splitSrc (4) Connection Source port is re-routed to a Test port splitDest (5) Connection Dest port is re-routed to a Test port splitSrc&Dest (6) Connection Source and Dest ports are re-routed to Test ports
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TestAccess  

addCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.13
The command status for this system connection row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Action States used in SET Command (1..99) delete (2) remove existing connection create (3) add new connection createNsave (4) add new connection and save to file immediately deleteNsave (6) delete existing connection and update map file immediately Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) delete-successful (102) connection has been successfully deleted add-successful (103) connection has been successfully added add-save-successful (104) connection has been successfully added & saved del-save-successful (106) connection has been successfully removed & saved Connection Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-connection-error (400) An unknown system connection error occurred err-src-broadcast-id-not-found (401) Unable to find listener using this broadcast ID err-src-port-in-use (402) Source port cannot support multiple connections err-dest-port-in-use (403) Dest port cannot support multiple connections err-conn-name-in-use (404) Connection name already exists err-invalid-broadcast-id (405) Broadcast connection id out of valid range err-invalid-src-slot (406) Source slot number out of valid range err-invalid-src-port (407) Source port number out of valid range err-invalid-src-timeslot (408) Source timeslot number out of valid range err-src-port-bandwidth-exceeded (409) Source port cannot support requested timeslots err-invalid-dest-slot (410) Destination slot number out of valid range err-invalid-dest-port (411) Destination port number out of valid range err-invalid-dest-timeslot (412) Destination timeslot number out of valid range err-dest-port-bandwidth-exceeded (413) Dest port cannot support requested timeslots err-invalid-command (414) Unrecognized connection command-action err-not-enough-bts-available (415) Not enough available timeslots on Backplane err-src-port-cannot-support-voice (416) Device type in source slot does not support voice err-dest-port-cannot-support-voice (417) Device type in dest slot does not support voice err-invalid-communications-for-device (418) Only E1 devices support Au-law to Mu-law conversion err-invalid-communications-type (419) Unrecognized connection communications err-invalid-conn-name (420) Invalid connection name length err-invalid-conn-type (421) Unrecognized connection type err-invalid-conn-speed (422) Unrecognized connection speed code err-invalid-conn-record (423) Connection record contains missing or invalid fields err-invalid-conn-id(425) Connection Id out of range or already in use. err-conn-not-saved-to-map(426) Connection was added but save to file failed err-connection-map-full (427) No connections available for the map err-invalid-card-type (428) Invalid card type used for making the connection. err-invalid-conn-bit-group (429) Invalid bit-group selected for the globally set compression rate. err-conn-max-channels-used (430) All compression channels are in use err-src-xlink-slot-not-assigned(431) STM1X/OC3X virtual nest nbr undefined for src slot err-dest-xlink-slot-not-assigned(432) STM1X/OC3X virtual nest nbr undefined for dest slot err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ConnCmdStatus  

addSrcTrunkCProfile 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.14
This identifies the hex value used for the start of signaling. The valid values are in hex format 0 through f.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTrunkProfSelection  

addDestTrunkCProfile 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.5.15
This identifies the hex value used for the end of signaling. The valid values are in hex format 0 through f.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxTrunkProfSelection  

trunkCProfileTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.6
This is the Trunk Conditioning Profile table which consists of 16 entries of configured signaling data profiles.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    TrunkCProfileEntry

trunkCProfileEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.6.1
The conceptual row of the Trunk Conditioning Profile table. A row in this table can NOT be created. A row in this table can be modified by providing valid values for one or more writable columns and by setting the value of trunkCmdStatus to 'update'. The trunkCmdStatus field must be included as a variable in a SET PDU for the action to take effect. If the trunkCmdStatus is missing from the SET PDU, the GET RESPONSE will contain the SNMP error status of 'genErr' and an error index equal to the last variable.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TrunkCProfileEntry  

trunkProfileID 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.6.1.1
This number uniquely identifies a Trunk Conditioning Profile.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 1..16  

trunkSignalStart 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.6.1.2
Identifies the hex value used for the start of signaling. The valid values are 0 through f in Hex format.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  OCTET STRING Size(1)  

trunkSignalEnd 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.6.1.3
Identifies the hex value used for the end of signaling.The valid values are 0 through f in Hex format.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  OCTET STRING Size(1)  

trunkData 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.6.1.4
Identifies the hex value used for the data.The valid values are 0 through ff in Hex format.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  OCTET STRING Size(1)  

trunkCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.8.6.1.5
The command status for this configuration row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. Default Response State used in GET RESPONSE Command ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Trunk Conditioning Profile Commands used in SET Command (1..99) update (1), Change existing Trunk Conditioning Profile Configuration Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) update-successful (101) Trunk Conditioning data/value has been successfully changed Trunk Conditioning Profile Config Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-trunk-error (200) Unknown Trunk Conditioning Profile Error occurred err-invalid-command (208) Unrecognized voltage channel command-action err-general-config-error (400) Unknown configuration error occurred err-invalid-trunk-limit (404) Invalid upper or lower boundary limit err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name. err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update(1), update-successful(101), err-general-trunk-error(200), err-invalid-command(208), err-general-config-error(400), err-invalid-trunk-value(404), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

utilities 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

database 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

dbBackup 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

dbAutoBackup 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.1
Enables or disables the Automatic Backup utility.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DecisionType  

dbBackupOccurrence 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.2
The frequency mode of the DB backup schedule.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER weekly(0), daily(1)  

dbBackupDayOfWeek 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.3
The day of the week for weekly backups to execute. If the dbBackupOccurance is set to 'daily', this field is ignored by the Backup utility.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER monday(1), tuesday(2), wednesday(3), thursday(4), friday(5), saturday(6), sunday(7)  

dbBackupHour 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.4
The configured hour for backups to execute. Hours should be entered using 24 hour format.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..23  

dbBackupMin 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.5
The configured minute for backups to execute.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..59  

dbRemoteHostTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.10
This is the Database Backup & Restore Remote Host table which consists of an entry for each of the 3 supported DB backup Host locations. Changes to the dbRemoteHostTable must be made on a record or row by row basis. This means that any use of the Set command on writable fields must include the dbHostCmdStatus field with a value of 'update' or 'clear' as the last variable in the SET PDU.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    DbRemoteHostTableEntry

dbRemoteHostTableEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.10.1
The conceptual row of the Database Backup & Restore Remote Host table. A row in this table can not be created or deleted. A row in this table can be modified using the dbHostCmdStatus field with the value of 'update' in the SET PDU along with one or more valid values for the Remote Host location fields. The dbHostCmdStatus field must be included as a variable in a SET PDU for the action to take effect. If the dbHostCmdStatus is missing from the SET PDU, the GET RESPONSE will contain the SNMP error status of 'genErr' for and an error index equal to the last variable.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DbRemoteHostTableEntry  

dbHostIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.10.1.1
The remote Host index number.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 1..3  

dbHostIp 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.10.1.2
The IP Address of the remote host where the backup file will be saved or restored from.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  IpAddress  

dbHostDirectory 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.10.1.3
The directory path of the backup file on the remote host.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(0..45)  

dbHostFilename 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.10.1.4
The filename of the backup file on the remote host.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(0..8)  

dbHostCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.1.12.1.1.10.1.5
The command status for this remote host configuration row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. Default Response State used in GET RESPONSE Command ready-for-command (0) initial default status for a row Host Commands used in SET Command (1..99) update-host (1) Update the host addr, dir, and/or host name. clear-host (2) Clear all host info for the host entry. save-db (8) Save the DNX Configuration Database file to this host. saveDBToAll (9) Save the DNX Configuration Database file to all hosts. restore-db (11) Restore the DNX Configuration Database file from this host Upon restoring the file, the SMC/XNM card will reset itself and SNMP communication will be temporarily lost until either a Standby SMC/XNM takes over or until the restored system manager comes back online. Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) command-in-progress (100) host command is still working update-successful (101) host data has been successfully changed clear-successful (102) remote host data has been successfully removed save-successful (108) Database has been successfully saved save-all-successful (109) Database has been successfully saved to all hosts restore-successful (111) Database has been successfully restored, system will reset! Host Config Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-host-config-error (200) Unknown remote host configuration error occurred err-invalid-host-command (201) Unrecognized host command request err-invalid-host-addr (202) Invalid IP address values err-invalid-host-name (203) Configured host file name too long err-invalid-host-dir (204) Configured host directory name too long err-backup-file-creation-failed (210) Couldn't Create Backup File, Operation Aborted err-backup-file-transfer-failed (211) Couldn't TFTP Backup File to/from host err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update-host(1), clear-host(2), saveDB(8), saveDBToAll(9), restoreDB(11), command-in-progress(100), update-successful(101), clear-successful(102), save-successful(108), save-all-successful(109), restore-successful(111), err-general-host-config-error(200), err-invalid-host-command(201), err-invalid-host-addr(202), err-invalid-host-name(203), err-invalid-host-dir(204), err-backup-file-creation-failed(210), err-backup-file-transfer-failed(211), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

trapSequence 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.1
A number used to identify the last generated trap message. This is also included in each Trap PDU to help allow the NMS to realize if a trap has been missed.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Counter32  

trapResourceKey 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.2
This is a number that uniquely identifies a system resource. Much in the line of ifIndex.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

trapTime 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.3
The time as (HH:MM:SS MM/DD/YY)
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

trapResourceAddress 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.4
This is the address of the ultimate source of the trap.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

trapResourceType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.5
This identifies what the trapAddress is the address of.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DnxResourceType  

trapType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.6
This is the specific Trap Code that represents the type of alarm or event that occurred. Each alarm type has a code that sets the trap as active and a corresponding code that clears the trap to simulate an alarm. The event type codes are have the prefix 'evnt' but also occur at the start of and end of the event. Each Type code has base number that represents the resource type followed by the bit number from the resource extended device state. Each event or alarm will have a trap for the start equal to the bit number plus the base number and then a trap at the end of the event/alarm equal to the bit number plus the base number plus 40. For example, clearSlotMissing(142) represents a SLOT resource which has a base 100, bit 2 for slot missing, plus 40 to signify the end of the alarm. The exception to this is General Events such as evntColdStart (1).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER setSlotMismatch(101), setSlotMissing(102), clearSlotMismatch(141), clearSlotMissing(142), setDevFrameSyncNotPresent(203), setDevSystemClockNotPresent(204), setDevDataBaseNotInsync(206), setDevFreeRunError(207), setDevOffline(208), setDevDefective(209), setDevBusError(210), setDevStratum3ClkFailure(216), setDevCircuitCardMissing(219), setDevConfigError(225), setDevNoRearCard(228), clearDevFrameSyncNotPresent(243), clearDevSystemClockNotPresent(244), clearDevDataBaseNotInsync(246), clearDevFreeRunError(247), clearDevOffline(248), clearDevDefective(249), clearDevBusError(250), clearDevStratum3ClkFailure(256), clearDevCircuitCardMissing(259), clearDevConfigError(265), clearDevNoRearCard(268), setT1E1RcvFarEndLOF(301), setT1E1NearEndSendLOF(302), setT1E1NearEndSendingAIS(304), setT1E1NearEndLOF(305), setT1E1NearEndLossOfSignal(306), setT1E1Ts16AIS(308), setT1E1FarEndSendingTs16LOMF(309), setT1E1NearEndSendingTs16LOMF(310), setT1E1OtherLineStatus(312), setT1E1NearEndUnavailableSig(313), setT1E1NearEndTxSlip(321), setT1E1NearEndRxSlip(322), setT1E1NearEndSeverErroredFrame(323), setT1E1ChangeFrameAlignment(324), setT1E1ConfigError(325), clearT1E1RcvFarEndLOF(341), clearT1E1NearEndSendLOF(342), clearT1E1NearEndSendingAIS(344), clearT1E1NearEndLOF(345), clearT1E1NearEndLossOfSignal(346), clearT1E1Ts16AIS(348), clearT1E1FarEndSendingTs16LOMF(349), clearT1E1NearEndSendingTs16LOMF(350), clearT1E1OtherLineStatus(352), clearT1E1NearEndUnavailableSig(353), clearT1E1NearEndTxSlip(361), clearT1E1NearEndRxSlip(362), clearT1E1NearEndSeverErroredFrame(363), clearT1E1ChangeFrameAlignment(364), clearT1E1ConfigError(365), setHsRcvFIFOError(401), setHsXmtFIFOError(402), setHsClockEdgeError(403), setHsCarrierFailure(404), setHsConfigError(425), clearHsRcvFIFOError(441), clearHsXmtFIFOError(442), clearHsClockEdgeError(443), clearHsCarrierFailure(444), clearHsConfigError(465), setT3RcvFarEndLOF(501), setT3NearEndSendLOF(502), setT3FarEndSendingAIS(503), setT3NearEndSendingAIS(504), setT3NearEndLOF(505), setT3NearEndLossOfSignal(506), setT3OtherLineStatus(512), setT3NearEndUnavailableSig(513), setT3NearEndSeverErroredFrame(515), setT3TxRxClockFailure(516), setT3FarEndBlockError(517), setT3PbitCbitParityError(518), setT3MbitsInError(519), setT3LIUOtherStatus(520), setT3LIUExcessZeros(522), setT3LIUCodingViolation(523), setT3LIUPrbsError(524), setT3ConfigError(525), clearT3RcvFarEndLOF(541), clearT3NearEndSendLOF(542), clearT3FarEndSendingAIS(543), clearT3NearEndSendingAIS(544), clearT3NearEndLOF(545), clearT3NearEndLossOfSignal(546), clearT3OtherLineStatus(552), clearT3NearEndUnavailableSig(553), clearT3NearEndSeverErroredFrame(555), clearT3TxRxClockFailure(556), clearT3FarEndBlockError(557), clearT3PbitCbitParityError(558), clearT3MbitsInError(559), clearT3LIUOtherStatus(560), clearT3LIUExcessZeros(562), clearT3LIUCodingViolation(563), clearT3LIUPrbsError(564), clearT3ConfigError(565), setPowerSupplyNotPresent(601), setPowerSupplyProblem(602), clearPowerSupplyNotPresent(641), clearPowerSupplyProblem(642), setOcuNearEndLOS(706), setOcuOtherLineStatus(712), setOcuNearEndSeverErroredFrame(723), setOcuConfigError(725), clearOcuNearEndLOS(746), clearOcuOtherLineStatus(752), clearOcuNearEndSeverErroredFrame(763), clearOcuConfigError(765), setTamConfigError(825), clearTamConfigError(865), setVoiceConfigError(925), clearVoiceConfigError(965), setPsxPowerSupplyANotOk(1003), setPsxPowerSupplyBNotOk(1004), setPsxFan01NotOk(1005), setPsxFan02NotOk(1006), setPsxFan03NotOk(1007), setPsxDualBroadbandNotSupported(1008), clearPsxPowerSupplyANotOk(1043), clearPsxPowerSupplyBNotOk(1044), clearPsxFan01NotOk(1045), clearPsxFan02NotOk(1046), clearPsxFan03NotOk(1047), clearPsxDualBroadbandNotSupported(1048), setPsxLineCardRelaySwitchToSpare(1102), setPsxLineCardCableMissing(1103), setPsxLineCardMissing(1106), setPsxLineCardMismatch(1107), setPsxLineCardRelayMalfunction(1108), clearPsxLineCardRelaySwitchToSpare(1142), clearPsxLineCardCableMissing(1143), clearPsxLineCardMissing(1146), clearPsxLineCardMismatch(1147), clearPsxLineCardRelayMalfunction(1148), setRtrUserAlarm1(1201), setRtrUserAlarm2(1202), setRtrUserAlarm3(1203), setRtrConfigError(1225), clearRtrUserAlarm1(1241), clearRtrUserAlarm2(1242), clearRtrUserAlarm3(1243), clearRtrConfigError(1265), setSts1RcvFarEndLOF(1301), setSts1NearEndSendLOF(1302), setSts1NearEndSendingAIS(1304), setSts1NearEndLOF(1305), setSts1NearEndLOP(1308), setSts1NearEndOOF(1309), setSts1NearEndAIS(1310), setSts1OtherLineStatus(1312), setSts1NearEndUnavailableSig(1313), setSts1TxRxClockFailure(1316), setSts1NearEndLOMF(1317), setSts1NearEndTraceError(1318), setSts1LIUDigitalLOS(1320), setSts1LIUAnalogLOS(1321), setSts1LIUExcessZeros(1322), setSts1LIUCodingViolation(1323), setSts1LIUPrbsError(1324), setSts1ConfigError(1325), clearSts1RcvFarEndLOF(1341), clearSts1NearEndSendLOF(1342), clearSts1NearEndSendingAIS(1344), clearSts1NearEndLOF(1345), clearSts1NearEndLOP(1348), clearSts1NearEndOOF(1349), clearSts1NearEndAIS(1350), clearSts1OtherLineStatus(1352), clearSts1NearEndUnavailableSig(1353), clearSts1TxRxClockFailure(1356), clearSts1NearEndLOMF(1357), clearSts1NearEndTraceError(1358), clearSts1LIUDigitalLOS(1360), clearSts1LIUAnalogLOS(1361), clearSts1LIUExcessZeros(1362), clearSts1LIUCodingViolation(1363), clearSts1LIUPrbsError(1364), clearSts1ConfigError(1365), setHt3NearEndSendingAIS(1404), setHt3NearEndOOF(1405), setHt3NearEndLossOfSignal(1406), setHt3NearEndLOF(1408), setHt3FarEndRcvFailure(1409), setHt3NearEndLCVError(1411), setHt3NearEndFERRError(1412), setHt3NearEndExcessZeros(1413), setHt3FarEndBlockError(1417), setHt3PbitCbitParityError(1418), setHt3ChangeInFrameAlignment(1419), setHt3LIUDigitalLOS(1420), setHt3LIUAnalogLOS(1421), setHt3LIUExcessZeros(1422), setHt3LIUCodingViolation(1423), setHt3LIUPrbsError(1424), setHt3ConfigError(1425), clearHt3NearEndSendingAIS(1444), clearHt3NearEndOOF(1445), clearHt3NearEndLossOfSignal(1446), clearHt3NearEndLOF(1448), clearHt3FarEndRcvFailure(1449), clearHt3NearEndLCVError(1451), clearHt3NearEndFERRError(1452), clearHt3NearEndExcessZeros(1453), clearHt3FarEndBlockError(1457), clearHt3PbitCbitParityError(1458), clearHt3ChangeInFrameAlignment(1459), clearHt3LIUDigitalLOS(1460), clearHt3LIUAnalogLOS(1461), clearHt3LIUExcessZeros(1462), clearHt3LIUCodingViolation(1463), clearHt3LIUPrbsError(1464), clearHt3ConfigError(1465), setXlinkCableMismatch(1606), setXlinkSerializerError(1615), setXlinkFramerError(1616), setXlinkBertError(1617), setXlinkClockError(1618), setXlinkInUseError(1620), setXlinkCrcError(1621), clearXlinkCableMismatch(1646), clearXlinkSerializerError(1655), clearXlinkFramerError(1656), clearXlinkBertError(1657), clearXlinkClockError(1658), clearXlinkInUseError(1660), clearXlinkCrcError(1661), setNestMismatch(1701), setNestMissing(1702), setNestOffline(1705), setNestCriticalAlarm(1706), setNestMajorAlarm(1707), setNestMinorAlarm(1708), setNestSwMismatch(1709), clearNestMismatch(1741), clearNestMissing(1742), clearNestOffline(1745), clearNestCriticalAlarm(1746), clearNestMajorAlarm(1747), clearNestMinorAlarm(1748), clearNestSwMismatch(1749), setNodeCriticalAlarm(1801), setNodeMajorAlarm(1802), setNodeMinorAlarm(1803), clearNodeCriticalAlarm(1841), clearNodeMajorAlarm(1842), clearNodeMinorAlarm(1843), setDs0DpPortLossOfSignal(1901), setDs0DpPortBPV(1902), setDs0DpPortConfigError(1925), clearDs0DpPortLossOfSignal(1941), clearDs0DpPortBPV(1942), clearDs0DpPortConfigError(1965), setDs0DpClockLossOfSignal(2001), setDs0DpClockBPV(2002), clearDs0DpClockLossOfSignal(2041), clearDs0DpClockBPV(2042), setOpticalT1E1RedAlarm(2201), setOpticalT1E1NearEndSendLOF(2202), setOpticalT1E1NearEndSendingAIS(2204), setOpticalT1E1NearEndLOF(2205), setOpticalT1E1LossOfPointer(2208), setOpticalT1E1OutOfFrame(2209), setOpticalT1E1DetectedAIS(2210), setOpticalT1E1NearEndLOS(2213), setOpticalT1E1RcvFarEndYellow(2217), setOpticalT1E1NearEndSEF(2218), setOpticalT1E1Tug2LOP(2219), setOpticalT1E1Tug2RDI(2220), setOpticalT1E1Tug2RFI(2221), setOpticalT1E1Tug2AIS(2222), setOpticalT1E1Tug2PSLM(2223), setOpticalT1E1Tug2PSLU(2224), setOpticalT1E1ConfigError(2225), clearOpticalT1E1RedAlarm(2241), clearOpticalT1E1NearEndSendLOF(2242), clearOpticalT1E1NearEndSendingAIS(2244), clearOpticalT1E1NearEndLOF(2245), clearOpticalT1E1LossOfPointer(2248), clearOpticalT1E1OutOfFrame(2249), clearOpticalT1E1DetectedAIS(2250), clearOpticalT1E1NearEndLOS(2253), clearOpticalT1E1RcvFarEndYellow(2257), clearOpticalT1E1NearEndSEF(2258), clearOpticalT1E1Tug2LOP(2259), clearOpticalT1E1Tug2RDI(2260), clearOpticalT1E1Tug2RFI(2261), clearOpticalT1E1Tug2AIS(2262), clearOpticalT1E1Tug2PSLM(2263), clearOpticalT1E1Tug2PSLU(2264), clearOpticalT1E1ConfigError(2265), setVtNearEndLOP(2301), setVtNearEndAIS(2302), setPayloadPathLOP(2303), setPayloadPathAIS(2304), setPayloadPathRDI(2305), clearVtNearEndLOP(2341), clearVtNearEndAIS(2342), clearPayloadPathLOP(2343), clearPayloadPathAIS(2344), clearPayloadPathRDI(2345), setTransOverheadAIS(2401), setTransOverheadRDI(2402), setTransOverheadOOF(2403), setTransOverheadLOF(2404), setTransOverheadLOS(2405), setTransOverheadSfDetect(2413), setTransOverheadSdDetect(2414), setTransOverheadLaserOffDetect(2415), clearTransOverheadAIS(2441), clearTransOverheadRDI(2442), clearTransOverheadOOF(2443), clearTransOverheadLOF(2444), clearTransOverheadLOS(2445), clearTransOverheadSfDetect(2453), clearTransOverheadSdDetect(2454), clearTransOverheadLaserOffDetect(2455), setE3RcvFarEndLOF(2501), setE3NearEndSendLOF(2502), setE3NearEndSendingAIS(2504), setE3NearEndLOF(2505), setE3NearEndLossOfSignal(2506), setE3OtherLineStatus(2512), setE3NearEndUnavailableSig(2513), setE3NearEndSeverErroredFrame(2515), setE3TxRxClockFailure(2516), setE3FarEndBlockError(2517), setE3MbitsInError(2519), setE3LIUOtherStatus(2520), setE3LIUCodingViolation(2523), setE3ConfigError(2525), clearE3RcvFarEndLOF(2541), clearE3NearEndSendLOF(2542), clearE3NearEndSendingAIS(2544), clearE3NearEndLOF(2545), clearE3NearEndLossOfSignal(2546), clearE3OtherLineStatus(2552), clearE3NearEndUnavailableSig(2553), clearE3NearEndSeverErroredFrame(2555), clearE3TxRxClockFailure(2556), clearE3FarEndBlockError(2557), clearE3MbitsInError(2559), clearE3LIUOtherStatus(2560), clearE3LIUCodingViolation(2563), clearE3ConfigError(2565), setContactClosureInputAlarm(2601), setContactClosureCfgError(2625), clearContactClosureInputAlarm(2641), clearContactClosureCfgError(2665), setVoltMeasureAlarm(2701), setVoltMeasureCfgError(2725), clearVoltMeasureAlarm(2741), clearVoltMeasureCfgError(2765), setAsyncRxFifoError(2801), setAsyncTxFifoError(2802), setAsyncOverrunError(2803), setAsyncParityError(2804), setAsyncFramingError(2805), clearAsyncRxFifoError(2841), clearAsyncTxFifoError(2842), clearAsyncOverrunError(2843), clearAsyncParityError(2844), clearAsyncFramingError(2845), setTempSensorOutOfRange(2901), clearTempSensorOutOfRange(2941), setVWanError(3001), setVWanCfgError(3025), clearVWanError(3041), clearVWanCfgError(3065), set1uPowerSupplyOffline(3108), set1uPowerSupplyDefective(3109), set1uPowerSupplyFanFailure(3110), set1uPowerSupplyCircuitMissing(3119), set1uPowerSupplyCfgMismatch(3125), clear1uPowerSupplyOffline(3148), clear1uPowerSupplyDefective(3149), clear1uPowerSupplyCircuitMissing(3159), clear1uPowerSupplyFanFailure(3150), clear1uPowerSupplyCfgMismatch(3165), evntDevColdStart(1), evntDevWarmStart(2), evntDevOnline(201), evntDevStandby(202), evntDevOutOfService(231), evntDevNotOnline(241), evntDevNotStandby(242), evntDevInService(271), evntT1E1RcvingAIS(303), evntT1E1NearEndLooped(307), evntT1E1CarrierEquipOutOfService(314), evntE1NationalSa4TxRxSame(316), evntT1E1InTest(330), evntT1E1OutOfService(331), evntT1E1StoppedRcvingAIS(343), evntT1E1NearEndLoopOff(347), evntT1E1CarrierEquipInService(354), evntE1NationalSa4TxRxDiff(356), evntT1E1TestOff(370), evntT1E1InService(371), evntHsNearEndLooped(407), evntHsNoBtsAssigned(424), evntHsInTest(430), evntHsOutOfService(431), evntHsNearEndLoopOff(447), evntHsBtsAssigned(464), evntHsTestOff(470), evntHsInService(471), evntT3NearEndLooped(507), evntT3CarrierEquipOutOfService(514), evntT3InTest(530), evntT3OutOfService(531), evntT3NearEndLoopOff(547), evntT3CarrierEquipInService(554), evntT3TestOff(570), evntT3InService(571), evntOcuOutOfService(731), evntOcuInService(771), evntTamOutOfService(831), evntTamInService(871), evntVoiceOutOfService(931), evntVoiceInService(971), evntPsxDevOnline(1001), evntPsxNewControllerRev(1009), evntPsxLineCard01Missing(1014), evntPsxLineCard02Missing(1015), evntPsxLineCard03Missing(1016), evntPsxLineCard04Missing(1017), evntPsxLineCard05Missing(1018), evntPsxLineCard06Missing(1019), evntPsxLineCard07Missing(1020), evntPsxLineCard08Missing(1021), evntPsxLineCard09Missing(1022), evntPsxLineCard10Missing(1023), evntPsxLineCard11Missing(1024), evntPsxLineCard01Present(1054), evntPsxLineCard02Present(1055), evntPsxLineCard03Present(1056), evntPsxLineCard04Present(1057), evntPsxLineCard05Present(1058), evntPsxLineCard06Present(1059), evntPsxLineCard07Present(1060), evntPsxLineCard08Present(1061), evntPsxLineCard09Present(1062), evntPsxLineCard10Present(1063), evntPsxLineCard11Present(1064), evntRtrOutOfService(1231), evntRtrInService(1271), evntSts1RcvingAIS(1303), evntSts1NearEndLooped(1307), evntSts1CarrierEquipOutOfService(1314), evntSts1InTest(1330), evntSts1OutOfService(1331), evntSts1StoppedRcvingAIS(1343), evntSts1NearEndLoopOff(1347), evntSts1CarrierEquipInService(1354), evntSts1TestOff(1370), evntSts1InService(1371), evntHt3RcvingAIS(1403), evntHt3NearEndLooped(1407), evntHt3CarrierEquipOutOfService(1414), evntHt3InTest(1430), evntHt3OutOfService(1431), evntHt3StoppedRcvingAIS(1443), evntHt3NearEndLoopOff(1447), evntHt3CarrierEquipInService(1454), evntHt3TestOff(1470), evntHt3InService(1471), evntGr303OutOfService(1531), evntGr303InService(1571), evntDs0DpPortInTest(1930), evntDs0DpPortOutOfService(1931), evntDs0DpPortTestOff(1970), evntDs0DpPortInService(1971), evntOpticalT1E1RcvingAIS(2203), evntOpticalT1E1NearEndLooped(2207), evntOpticalE1NationalSa4TxRxSame(2216), evntOpticalT1E1InTest(2230), evntOpticalT1E1OutOfService(2231), evntOpticalT1E1StoppedRcvingAIS(2243), evntOpticalT1E1NearEndLoopOff(2247), evntOpticalE1NationalSa4TxRxDiff(2256), evntOpticalT1E1TestOff(2270), evntOpticalT1E1InService(2271), evntPayloadNearEndLineLooped(2307), evntPayloadNearEndLocalLooped(2308), evntPayloadInTest(2330), evntPayloadNearEndLineLoopOff(2347), evntPayloadNearEndLocalLoopOff(2348), evntPayloadTestOff(2370), evntTransOverheadNearEndSysLineLooped(2407), evntTransOverheadNearEndPathLineLooped(2408), evntTransOverheadNearEndLocalLooped(2409), evntTransOverheadInTest(2430), evntTransOverheadNearEndSysLineLoopOff(2447), evntTransOverheadNearEndPathLineLoopOff(2448), evntTransOverheadNearEndLocalLoopOff(2449), evntTransOverheadTestOff(2470), evntE3RcvingAIS(2503), evntE3NearEndLooped(2507), evntE3CarrierEquipOutOfService(2514), evntE3InTest(2530), evntE3OutOfService(2531), evntE3StoppedRcvingAIS(2543), evntE3NearEndLoopOff(2547), evntE3CarrierEquipInService(2554), evntE3TestOff(2570), evntE3InService(2571), evnt1uPowerSupplyFanOn(3116), evnt1uPowerSupplyFanOff(3156)  

trapState 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.7
This is the current status of the resource reporting the trap.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

trapSeverity 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.8
The importance of the trap event. nominal (0) Normal message, not used. informational (1) Informative message, not an error. minor (2) Error that serves as a warning to user. major (3) Error that requires user intervention. critical (4) Severe error. Device failure could result.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  AlarmSeverity  

trapSysEvent 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.9
This is the text message from the resource reporting the trap.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

trapCfg 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

trapDestinationTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20.1
This is the Trap Client Destination table which consists of an entry for each of the supported trap destinations. Changes to the trapDestinationTable must be made on a record or row by row basis. This means that any use of the Set command on writable fields must include the trapDestCmdStatus field with a value of 'update', 'delete', or 'create' as the last variable in the SET PDU.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    TrapDestinationEntry

trapDestinationEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20.1.1
The conceptual row of the Trap Client Destination table. A row in this table can be added by providing a valid trapDestAddr value along with the trapDestCmdStatus value of 'create' in a SET PDU. A row in this table can be deleted by providing a trapDestCmdStatus value of 'delete' in a SET PDU. A row can be modified using the trapDestCmdStatus field with the value of 'update' in the SET PDU. The trapDestCmdStatus field must be included as a variable in a SET PDU for the action to take effect. If the trapDestCmdStatus is missing from the SET PDU, the GET RESPONSE will contain the SNMP error status of 'genErr' for and an error index equal to the last variable.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  TrapDestinationEntry  

trapDestAddr 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20.1.1.1
The Trap Destination IP Address where all Trap PDUs are sent for this Client.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  IpAddress  

trapDestName 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20.1.1.2
The Trap Destination Community String which is included in all Trap PDUs sent to this Client.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString Size(0..35)  

trapDestCmdStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20.1.1.3
The command status for this trap dest configuration row/record. The value used in a SET will be replaced by a response value in the GET RESPONSE indicating success or failure. Default Response State used in GET RESPONSE Command ready-for-command (0) Initial default status for a row Trap Dest Commands used in SET Command (1..99) update-trap-dest (1) Change an aspect of current trap destination delete-trap-dest (2) Delete Trap Destination entry from table. create-trap-dest (3) Add New Trap Destination entry to the table. Response States used in GET RESPONSE Command (100..199) update-successful (101) Trap dest has been successfully changed delete-successful (102) Trap dest has been successfully removed create-successful (103) Trap dest has been successfully added Trap Dest Error Codes used in GET RESPONSE Command (200..799) err-general-trap-dest-cfg-error (200) Unknown configuration error occurred. err-invalid-trap-dest-addr (201) Invalid Destination IP address err-invalid-trap-dest-cmd (202) Unrecognized trap command action err-invalid-trap-dest-name (203) Configured trap community name too long err-invalid-trap-dest-pdu (204) Unrecognized trap PDU type settings err-invalid-trap-dest-retry (205) Invalid trap Max Retry range err-invalid-trap-dest-tmout (206) Unrecognized trap timeout setting err-data-locked-by-another-user (450) Another administrative user is making changes to this part of the system via a terminal session. Check Event Log for user name err-snmp-parse-failed (500) Agent could not parse variable err-invalid-snmp-type (501) Variable ASN type does not match Agent defined type err-invalid-snmp-var-size (502) Variable size is too big
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER ready-for-command(0), update-trap-dest(1), delete-trap-dest(2), create-trap-dest(3), update-successful(101), delete-successful(102), create-successful(103), err-general-trap-dest-cfg-error(200), err-invalid-trap-dest-addr(201), err-invalid-trap-dest-cmd(202), err-invalid-trap-dest-name(203), err-invalid-trap-dest-pdu(204), err-invalid-trap-dest-retry(205), err-invalid-trap-dest-tmout(206), err-data-locked-by-another-user(450), err-snmp-parse-failed(500), err-invalid-snmp-type(501), err-invalid-snmp-var-size(502)  

trapDestPduType 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20.1.1.4
The message format for all traps sent to the Trap Destination.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER v1Trap(0), v2Trap(1), inform(2)  

trapDestMaxRetry 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20.1.1.5
The number of times to attempt to retransmit the Trap message to the Client before discarding it.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 0..10  

trapDestTimeout 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.3.20.1.1.6
The number of seconds between retries.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER none(0), secs-5(5), secs-10(10), secs-15(15), secs-20(20)  

eriTrapEnterprise 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.0
ERI Global Trap Enterprise for Alarms/Events
OBJECT-IDENTITY    

alarmTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.0.1
This the generic trap is for sending alarms to NMS.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

deleteResourceTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.0.2
This trap is used to notify a NMS that a resource has been deleted.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

dnxTrapEnterprise 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0
ERI DNX Trap Enterprise for Events
OBJECT-IDENTITY    

connectionEventTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.3
This trap is used to notify a NMS that a connection has been changed, added, or deleted.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

connMapMgrTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.4
This trap is used to notify a NMS that a new connection map has been activated or that a connection map has been successfully copied to another inactive map.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

connMapCopyTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.6
This trap is used to notify a NMS that a user has copied all connections from a source map (lastMapCopied) to another destination map indicated by connMapID.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

bulkConnPurgeTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.7
This trap is used to notify users that due to a change in device/port configuration, all connections affected by the changed resource have been purged. The Resource key can be used to identify which resource was re-configured causing connections to be removed and the Map ID identifies which Connection Map was purged. The ConnMapCounts field indicates the total number of connections deleted.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

clockSrcChgTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.10
This trap is used to notify a NMS that the system has detected a change in the Clock Source settings. These changes can result from either an automatic system fallback due to failure or a user configured clock source modification.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

trunkCondProfTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.13
This trap is used to notify a NMS that the system has detected a change in the trunk Conditioning Profile settings. These changes are user configured.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

systemEventTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.14
This trap is used to notify a NMS that a generic event has occured in the system which is reported as a text message.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

trapDestCfgTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.15
This trap is used to notify a NMS that a user has updated the configuration for a given Trap Destination entry.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE    

featureKeyCfgTrap 1.3.6.1.4.1.644.2.4.0.16
This trap is used to notify a NMS that a user has added to or modified the configuration of the system Feature Keys.
NOTIFICATION-TYPE