Numerical version of this module.
The string version of this MIB have the following format:
so, for example, the value 1 should be interpreted as 00.00.01
and the value 10001 should be interpreted as 01.00.01.
A unique value, greater than zero, for each ENCRYPT interface.
This object is identical to the ifIndex of the standard MIB-2
SNMP agent accepts the value of this objects only if the
capability ifextCapabilityEncrypt is shown in ifextCapabilities
for the same ifIndex.
The desired state of the ENCRYPT. This object can be set only
when the rdEncryptRowStatus of the ENCRYPT is active.
When a managed system initializes, all ENCRYPT instance start with
rdEncryptAdminStatus in the disable(2) state, it's a default
state also. As a result of either explicit management
action or per configuration information retained by the
managed system, rdEncryptAdminStatus is then changed to the
enable (1) state (or remains in the disable(2) state).
In order to use ENCRYPT, also rdEncryptSystemControl must be set to
AES encryption/decryption algorithm can be implemented in
five modes. The modes may be used in conjunction with any
symmetric key block cipher algorithm that is approved by a
Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS).
The five modes are:
- Electronic Codebook (ECB)
- Cipher Block Chaining (CBC)
- Cipher Feedback (CFB),
- Output Feedback (OFB),
- and Counter (CTR)
Agents can accept only a subset of AES modes.
The administrative system control status requested by management
for the ENCRYPT feature. The value 'start'(1) indicates that all
resources required by ENCRYPT should be allocated and ENCRYPT
should be supported in the device on ports which shown the
specific capability. The value shutdown(2) indicates that ENCRYPT
should be shutdown in the device on all ports and all allocated
memory must be released.