The protocol unique name associated with this interface.
This name is limited to 31 characters and may appear in
other protocol interface entries such as IP and Appletalk
but MAY NOT be duplicated within the cjnIpxIfTable.
In other words, other protocols can use this interface name
but IPX may only have this name associated with one
The handling of NetBIOS Type 20 packets on the interface.
If set to disabled(1), Type 20 packets are neither sent nor
received on the interface. If set to inbound(2), Type 20
packets may be received but not sent. If set to
outbound(3), Type 20 packets may be sent on the interface
but not received. If set to both(4), Type 20 packets may
be sent and received.
The administrative state of this interface. The testing(3)
state indicates that no operational packets can be
passed. When a managed system initializes, all
interfaces start with ifAdminStatus in the down(2)
state. As a result of either explicit management
action or per configuration information retained by
the managed system, ifAdminStatus is then changed to
either the up(1) or testing(3) states (or remains in
the down(2) state).
The current operational state of this interface. The
testing(3) state indicates that no operational packets can
be passed. If cjnIpxIfAdminStatus is down(2) then
cjnIpxIfOperStatus should be down(2). If
cjnIpxIfAdminStatus is up(1) then cjnIpxIfOperStatus should
change to up(1) if the interface is ready to transmit and
receive network traffic; it should change to
lowerLayerDown(4) if the interface is waiting for external
actions (such as a port on the VLAN associated with the
interface becoming operational).