The Status of this entry in the table. Note the
active(1), -- Obviously Active.
notInService(2) -- Interface configured but disabled.
notReady(3), -- Interface NOT configured.
The protocol Unique name associated with this interface. This
name is limited to 32 characters and may appear in other protocol interface
entry such as IPX, Appletalk but MAY NOT be duplicated within the
cjnIpIfTable. In otherwords other protocols can use this interface name but
IP may only have this name associated with one interface.
The Consumption / Forwarding mode assocated with this IP Interface.
The RoutingAndMgmt mode enables IP Routing and local Packet consumption.
The MgmtOnly mode disables IP Forwarding but continues to allow local
Packet consumption on this interface. The routingOnly mode is disables
Local Packet consumption but continues to allow IP Forwarding on this
Enable or disable the designation of this interface
as that which will 'receive' BOOTP/DHCP requests with a
source IP address of 0.0.0.0. This is used on a multinetted
interface when it is otherwise ambiguous as to which interface
'receives' the request, and is important because the IP
address of the receiving interface is inserted into the giaddr
field of the request before the request is relayed to the
If this attribute is disabled, then:
- if only one IP interface exists on a VLAN, that IP address
is inserted into the request
- if more than one IP address exists on a VLAN, the router will
choose an interface
If more than one IP interface on a given VLAN has this attribute enabled,
the router will choose an interface among those with the attribute