File: PW-TC-DRAFT05-MIB.mib (14984 bytes)

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An administrative identification mechanism for grouping a set of service-specific pseudo-wire services. May only have local significance.

Pseudo-Wire Identifier. Used to identify the PW (together with some other fields) in the signaling session. Zero if the PW is set-up manually.

Pseudo Wire Index. Locally unique index for indexing several MIB tables associated with a particular PW.

VLAN configuration for Ethernet PW. Values between 0 to 4095 indicate the actual VLAN field value. A value of 4096 indicates that the object refer to untagged frames, i.e. frames without 802.1Q field. A value of 4097 indicates that the object is not relevant.
  Integer32 0..4097  

Indicates the operational status of the PW. - up(1): Ready to pass packets. - down(2): If PW signaling has not yet finished, or indications available at the service level indicate that the VC is not passing packets. - testing(3): If AdminStatus at the PW level is set to test. - dormant(4): The PW is not available because of the required resources are occupied PW with higher priority PWs . - notPresent(5): Some component is missing to accomplish the set up of the PW. - lowerLayerDown(6):The underlying PSN or outer tunnel is not in OperStatus 'up' state.
  INTEGER up(1), down(2), testing(3), unknown(4), dormant(5), notPresent(6), lowerLayerDown(7)  

Indicates the PW type (i.e. the carried service).
  INTEGER other(0), frameRelayDlci(1), atmAal5SduVcc(2), atmTransparent(3), ethernetTagged(4), ethernet(5), hdlc(6), ppp(7), cem(8), atmCellNto1Vcc(9), atmCellNto1Vpc(10), ipLayer2Transport(11), atmCell1to1Vcc(12), atmCell1to1Vpc(13), atmAal5PduVcc(14), frameRelayPortMode(15), cep(16), e1Satop(17), t1Satop(18), e3Satop(19), t3Satop(20), basicCesPsn(21), basicTdmIp(22), tdmCasCesPsn(23), tdmCasTdmIp(24)  

An octet string used in the generalized FEC element for identifying attachment forwarder and groups. The NULL identifier is of zero length.
  OCTET STRING Size(0..255)  

Indicates the status of the control word negotiation based on the local configuration and the indications received from the peer node. waitingForNextMsg(1) indicates that the node is waiting for another label mapping from the remote. sentWrongBitErrorCode(2) indicates that the local node has notified the peer about mismatch in the C bit. rxWithdrawWithWrongBitErrorCode(3) indicates that a withdraw message has been received with the wrong C-bit error code. illegalReceivedBit(4) indicates a C bit configuration with the remote which is not compatible with the PW type. cwPresent(5) indicates that the CW is present for this PW: if signaling is used - C bit is set and agreed between the peers, and for manual configured PW the local configuration require the use of the CW. cwNotPresent(6) indicates that the CW is not present for this PW: if signaling is used - C bit is reset and agreed between the peers, and for manual configured PW the local configuration requires that CW would not be used. notYetKnown(7) indicate that a label mapping has not yet received from the peer.
  INTEGER waitingForNextMsg(1), sentWrongBitErrorCode(2), rxWithdrawWithWrongBitErrorCode(3), illegalReceivedBit(4), cwPresent(5), cwNotPresent(6), notYetKnown(7)  

Indicates the optional capabilities of the control protocol. A value of zero indicates the basic LDP PW signaling. Values may be added in the future based on new capabilities introduced in IETF documents.
  BITS pwStatusIndication(0)  

The status of the PW and the interfaces affecting this PW. If none of the bits are set, it indicate no faults are reported.
  BITS pwNotForwarding(0), customerFacingPwRxFault(1), customerFacingPwTxFault(2), psnFacingPwRxFault(3), psnFacingPwTxFault(4)  

If set to value other than zero, it indicates desired fragmentation to the value set. If set to zero, fragmentation is not desired for PSN bound packets.

The status of the fragmentation process based on local configuration and the remote capability. noFrag(0) bit indicates that local configuration is for no fragmentation. cfgFragGreaterThanPsnMtu(1) bit indicates the local desire to fragment, but the fragmentation size desired is greater than the MTU available at the PSN between peers. Fragmentation is not done in this case. cfgFragButRemoteIncapable(2) bit indicates that the local configuration indicates the desire for fragmentation but the remote is not capable of fragmentation. cfgFragFcsLengthMismatch(3) bit indicates that there is a mismatch between the FCS size between the local configuration and the remote configuration. fragEnabled(4) bit indicates that both the local was configured for fragmentation and the remote has the cabability to accept fragmented packets, and the FCS size is equal in both peers.
  BITS noFrag(0), cfgFragGreaterThanPsnMtu(1), cfgFragButRemoteIncapable(2), remoteFragCapable(3), fragEnabled(4)  

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This MIB Module provides Textual Conventions and OBJECT-IDENTITY Objects to be used in networks implementing PW services. Copyright (C) The Internet Society (date). This version of this MIB module is part of RFC yyyy; see the RFC itself for full legal notices. -- RFC Ed.: replace yyyy with actual RFC number & remove this note