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The SNMP protocol is used to for conveying information and commands between agents and managing entities. SNMP uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) as the transport protocol for passing data between managers and agents. The reasons for using UDP for SNMP are, firstly it has low overheads in comparison to TCP, which uses a 3-way hand shake for connection. Secondly, in congested networks, SNMP over TCP is a bad idea because TCP in order to maintain reliability will flood the network with retransmissions.

Management information (MIB) is represented as a collection of managed objects. These objects together form a virtual information base called MIB. An agent may implement many MIBs, but all agents must implement a particular MIB called MIB-II [16]. This standard defines variables for things such as interface statistics (interface speeds, MTU, octets sent, octets received, etc.) as well as various other things pertaining to the system itself (system location, system contact, etc.). The main goal of MIB-II is to provide general TCP/IP management information.

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-- **********************************************************************
-- CISCO-6400-CHASSIS-MIB.my:	Cisco 6400 Chassis MIB file.
--
-- Aug 1998, Eric Chen
--
-- Copyright (c) 1998 by cisco Systems, Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
-- **********************************************************************
--
CISCO-6400-CHASSIS-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS
	MODULE-IDENTITY,
        OBJECT-TYPE,
        NOTIFICATION-TYPE,
        Counter32,
        Integer32
		FROM SNMPv2-SMI

        TEXTUAL-CONVENTION,
	RowStatus,
        DisplayString
        	FROM SNMPv2-TC

	ifIndex
       		FROM IF-MIB

	MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP
       		FROM SNMPv2-CONF

	ciscoExperiment
		FROM CISCO-SMI;

cisco6400ChassisMIB	MODULE-IDENTITY
	LAST-UPDATED	"9801080000Z"
	ORGANIZATION    "Cisco Systems, Inc."
	CONTACT-INFO
		"	Cisco Systems
			Customer Service

		Postal: 170 W Tasman Drive
                        San Jose, CA  95134
                        USA
 
                   Tel: +1 800 553-NETS
 
                E-mail: cs-atm@cisco.com"
	DESCRIPTION
		"6400 Chassis MIB."
	REVISION	"9808050000Z"
	DESCRIPTION
		"Update chassis alarm threshold setup range & main-cpu auto-sync
		 flags."
	REVISION	"9712100000Z"
	DESCRIPTION
		"Initial version of this MIB module."
	::= { ciscoExperiment 27 }

APSEventStatus ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
        STATUS    current
        DESCRIPTION
        "APS event status of APS channel."
        SYNTAX     INTEGER {	good(1),
				noHardware(2),
				doNotRevert(3),
				manualSwitch(4),
				signgalDegrade(5),
				forceSwitch(6),
				lockOut(7),
				adminDown(8)
                                }


cisco6400ChassisMIBObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cisco6400ChassisMIB 1 }
c64RedundantGroup OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBObjects 1 }
c64ChassisGroup OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBObjects 2 }

-- the main-cpu group
c64MainCPUConfigAutoSync	OBJECT-TYPE
 	SYNTAX		Integer32(0..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS      read-write
        STATUS          current
        DESCRIPTION     "This object is an OR bit mask indicating various
			 auto-sync configuration:

			 Bit 0, if set, indicates that standard syncable
				objects are set for auto-sync. The standard
				set of objects may evolve from software release
				to release. In release 1, this set is 
				startup-config, bootvar and config-register.
				This flag is independent to the other flag
				settings described below.
			 Bit 1, if set, indicates startup-config is set for
				auto-sync
			 Bit 2. if set, indicates running-config is set for
				auto-sync. This flag is not supported in
				revison 1.
			 Bit 3, if set, indicates bootvar is set for auto-sync
			 Bit 4, if set, indicates config-register is set for
				auto-sync. 
			 Bit 5..31, are reserved for future expansion. Setting
				any bit in this range will have no effect."
	::= { c64RedundantGroup 1 }

c64MainCPUSwitchOver	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				ok(1),
				forceOver(2)
				}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object, when read always return a value of
			 ok(1).

			 Setting this object to forceOver(2) will have:

			 For a redundant NSP-A|B, force them to exchange the
			 primary and secondary roles. The primary NSP will
			 be reloaded."
	::= { c64RedundantGroup 2 }

-- the slot group
c64SlotConfigTable	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		SEQUENCE OF C64SlotConfigEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"A list of redundant slot-pair entries.

			 A managment station that wish to create the redundancy
			 entry other than NSP should perform the following
			 steps:
			
			 Get the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex from
		 	 ciscoLS1010ModuleTable which are mapped to the
			 corresponding pair of the physical slots to be
			 configured for redundancy.

			 Use the pair of the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex 
			 and a unique entry index to create table entry.
			 Only the adjacent slots can be configured for
			 redundancy."
	::= { c64RedundantGroup 3 }

c64SlotConfigEntry	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		C64SlotConfigEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION 	"Entry containing information for a particular pair
			 of redundant slots. The object value of
			 c64Slot1Index & c64Slot2Index refer to
                         the pair of ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex in
			 ciscoLS1010ModuleTable to be configured as redundant."

	INDEX		{ c64SlotConfigModule1Index,
			  c64SlotConfigModule2Index}
	::= { c64SlotConfigTable 1 }

C64SlotConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
			c64SlotConfigModule1Index
				INTEGER,
			c64SlotConfigModule2Index
				INTEGER,
			c64Slot1Name
				DisplayString,
			c64Slot2Name
				DisplayString,
			c64SlotConfigPrefIndex
				INTEGER,
			c64SlotSwitchOver
				INTEGER,
			c64SlotConfigStatus
				RowStatus
			}

c64SlotConfigModule1Index OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (1..15)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the first slot in the pair of
                         slots to be configured for the redundacy. Its value
 			 is obtained from ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex in
                         ciscoLS1010ModuleTable."
	::= { c64SlotConfigEntry 1 }

c64SlotConfigModule2Index OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (1..15)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the second slot in the pair of
                         slots to be configured for the redundacy. Its value
                         is the obtained from ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex in
	 	         ciscoLS1010ModuleTable."
	::= { c64SlotConfigEntry 2 }

c64Slot1Name 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"Name of slot#1 in the pair of slots
			 configured to redundant."
	::= { c64SlotConfigEntry 3 }

c64Slot2Name 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"Name of slot#2 in the pair of slots
			 configured to redundant."
	::= { c64SlotConfigEntry 4 }

c64SlotConfigPrefIndex	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				  primarySlot(1),
				  secondarySlot(2)
				}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify which slot in the pair
			 of redundancy to be used as prefer slot.

			 The value of:

		 	 primarySlot(1) is telling the system use the slot
				referred by c64Slot1Index as preferred slot.

			 secondarySlot(2) is to use the slot referred by
			 	c64Slot2Index.

			 The default is primarySlot(1)."
	::= { c64SlotConfigEntry 5 }

c64SlotSwitchOver	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER { ok(1), forceOver(2) }
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object, when read always return a value of
			 ok(1).

			 Setting this object to forceOver(2) will have:

			 For a redundant NRP slot pair, force them
                         to exchange the primary and secondary roles.

		         For a redundant carrier slot pair, force both
                         the subslots (line cards) to exchange the
                         primary(working) and secondary(protection) roles."
	::= { c64SlotConfigEntry 6 }

c64SlotConfigStatus 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		RowStatus
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"The status object for the c64SlotTable entry."
	::= { c64SlotConfigEntry 7 }


-- the subslot group

c64SubSlotConfigTable	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		SEQUENCE OF C64SubSlotConfigEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"A list of redundant subslot pair entries.
		
			 A managment station that wish to create the
			 subslot redundancy entry should perform the
			 following steps:

			 Get the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex &
			 ciscoLS1010SubModuleIndex from
			 ciscoLS1010SubModuleTable which are mapped to the
			 corresponding pair of the physical sub-slots to be
			 configured for the redundancy.

			 Use the pair of the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex &
			 ciscoLS1010SubModuleIndex and an unique entry index
			 to create table entry. Only the adjacent sub-slots
			 can be configured for redundancy."
	::= { c64RedundantGroup 5 }

c64SubSlotConfigEntry	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		C64SubSlotConfigEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION 	"Entry containing information for a particular pair
			 of redundant subslots."
	INDEX		{ c64SubSlotConfigModule1Index,
			  c64SubSlotConfigSubModule1Index,
			  c64SubSlotConfigModule2Index,
			  c64SubSlotConfigSubModule2Index,
			  c64SubSlotRedundantIndex }

	::= { c64SubSlotConfigTable 1 }

C64SubSlotConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
			c64SubSlotRedundantIndex
				INTEGER,
			c64SubSlotConfigModule1Index
				INTEGER,
			c64SubSlotConfigSubModule1Index
				INTEGER,
			c64SubSlotConfigModule2Index
				INTEGER,
			c64SubSlotConfigSubModule2Index
				INTEGER,
			c64SubSlot1Name
				DisplayString,
			c64SubSlot2Name
				DisplayString,
			c64SubSlotConfigPrefIndex
				INTEGER,
                        c64SubSlotSwitchOver
                                INTEGER,
			c64SubSlotConfigStatus
				RowStatus
			}

c64SubSlotRedundantIndex	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (1..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"An arbitrary integer-value to uniquely identify
			 a redundant slot pair. This  value must remain
			 constant while the NSP is running. It is not
			 guarenteed to be constant between reboots or
			 switchover of the NSP."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 1 }

c64SubSlotConfigModule1Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (1..15)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the first slot in the pair of
			 sub-slots to be configured for the redundancy. Its
			 value is obtained from the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex in
			 ciscoLS1010SubModuleTable."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 2 }

c64SubSlotConfigSubModule1Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (0..1)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the first sub-slot in the pair
			 of sub-slots to be configured for the redundancy. Its
			 value is obtained from the ciscoLS1010SubModuleIndex 
			 in ciscoLS1010SubModuleTable."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 3 }

c64SubSlotConfigModule2Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (1..15)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the second slot in the pair of
			 sub-slots to be configured for the redundancy. Its
			 value is obtained from the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex
			 in ciscoLS1010SubModuleTable."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 4 }

c64SubSlotConfigSubModule2Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (0..1)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the second sub-slot in the pair
			 of sub-slots to be configured for the redundancy. Its
			 value is obtained from the ciscoLS1010SubModuleIndex
			 in ciscoLS1010SubModuleTable."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 5 }

c64SubSlot1Name 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is to reflect the string name in the
			 format of #/# for the sub-slot1 in the pair of
			 redundancy. This is produced by agent when
			 the table entry is created."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 6 }

c64SubSlot2Name 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is to reflect the string name in the
			 format of #/# for the sub-slot2 in the pair of 
			 redundancy. This is produced by agent when table
			 entry is created."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 7 }

c64SubSlotConfigPrefIndex OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				primarySubslot(1),
				secondarySubslot(2)
			}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify which sub-slot in the pair of
			 redundancy to be used as prefer sub-slot.

			 The value of:

			 primarySubslot(1) is telling the system use the subslot
			 	referred by c64SubSlotConfigModule1Index
				and c64SubSlotConfigSubModule1Index as
				preferred sub-slot.

			 secondarySubslot(2) is to use the sub-slot referred by
			 	c64SubSlotConfigModule2Index and
			 	c64SubSlotConfigSubModule2Index.

			 The default is primarySubslot(1)."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 8 }

c64SubSlotSwitchOver 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER { ok(1), forceOver(2) }
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object, when read always return a value of
			 ok(1). Setting this object to forceOver(2)
			 will have the result of:

			 For a redundant subslot card pair, force the
			 current master and slave cards (for NRPs) or
			 working and protection cards (for linecards) to
			 exchange roles."
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 9 }

c64SubSlotConfigStatus	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		RowStatus
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"The status object for c64SubSlotConfigTable
			 entry. "
	::= { c64SubSlotConfigEntry 10 }

-- the port group

c64PortConfigTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		SEQUENCE OF C64PortConfigEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"A list of redundant port-pair entries.

			 A management station that wish to create the
			 redundant entry should perform the following
			 steps:

			 Get the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex,
				 ciscoLS1010SubModuleIndex and
				 ciscoLS1010PortIndex
			 from ciscoLS1010PortTable which are mapped to 
			 the corresponding pair of the physical ports to
			 be configured for the redundancy.

			 Lookup the c64SubSlotConfigTable to see if
			 the corresponding sub-slots has been configured
			 for redundancy. If yes, get the entry's 
			 c64SubSlotRedundantIndex. Otherwise the
			 application should abort this port redundancy
			 configuration.
				 
			 Use the c64SubSlotRedundantIndex value and
			 ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex, ciscoLS1010SubModuleIndex and
			 ciscoLS1010PortIndex to create table entry. Only
			 the adjacent ports in the adjacent sub-slots can
			 be configured for redundancy."
	::= { c64RedundantGroup 6 }

c64PortConfigEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		C64PortConfigEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"Entry containing information for a particual pair of
			 redundant ports."
	INDEX		{ c64PortConfigModule1Index,
			  c64PortConfigSubModule1Index,
			  c64PortConfigPort1Index,
			  c64PortConfigModule2Index,
			  c64PortConfigSubModule2Index,
			  c64PortConfigPort2Index,
			  c64SubSlotRedundantIndex
			}
	::= { c64PortConfigTable 1 }

C64PortConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
		c64PortConfigModule1Index
			INTEGER,
		c64PortConfigSubModule1Index
			INTEGER,
		c64PortConfigPort1Index
			INTEGER,
		c64PortConfigModule2Index
			INTEGER,
		c64PortConfigSubModule2Index
			INTEGER,
		c64PortConfigPort2Index
			INTEGER,
		c64Port1Name
			DisplayString,
		c64Port2Name
			DisplayString,
		c64PortConfigPrefIndex
			INTEGER,
                c64PortSwitchOver
                        INTEGER,
		c64PortConfigStatus
			RowStatus
		}

c64PortConfigModule1Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (1..15)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the first slot which contain
			 the port to be configured as the redundancy pair.
			 Its value is obtained from the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex
			 in ciscoLS1010PortTable."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 1 }

c64PortConfigSubModule1Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (0..1)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the first sub-slot which contain
			 the port to be configured as the redundancy pair.
                         Its value is obtained from ciscoLS1010SubModuleIndex
			 in ciscoLS1010PortTable."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 2 }

c64PortConfigPort1Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (0..255)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the first port in the pair of
			 ports to be configured for the redundancy. 
                         Its value is obtained from ciscoLS1010PortIndex in
                         ciscoLS1010PortTable."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 3 }

c64PortConfigModule2Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (1..15)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the second slot which contain
			 the port to be configured as the redundancy pair.
                         Its value is obtained from the ciscoLS1010ModuleIndex
			 in ciscoLS1010PortTable."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 4 }

c64PortConfigSubModule2Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (0..1)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the second sub-slot which contain
			 the port to be configured as the redundancy pair.
                         Its value is obtained from the
			 ciscoLS1010SubModuleIndex in ciscoLS1010PortTable."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 5 }

c64PortConfigPort2Index	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (0..255)
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify the second port in the pair of
			 ports to be configured for the redundancy. 
                         Its value is obtained from the ciscoLS1010PortIndex in
                         ciscoLS1010PortTable."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 6 }

c64Port1Name 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is to reflect the string name in the
			 format of #/#/# for the port1 in the pair of
			 redundancy. This is produced by agent when the
			 table entry is created."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 7 }

c64Port2Name 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is to reflect the string name in the
			 format of #/#/# for the port2 in the pair of
			 redundancy. This is produced by agent when the
			 table entry is created."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 8 }

c64PortConfigPrefIndex	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				primaryPort(1),
				secondaryPort(2)
			}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object specify which port in the pair of
			 redundancy to be used as prefer port.

			 The value of:

			 primaryPort(1) is telling the system use the port
				referred by c64PortConfigModule1Index,
			    	c64PortConfigSubModule1Index and
			    	c64PortConfigPort1Index as preferred port.
		
			 secondaryPort(2) is to use the port referred by
			 	c64PortConfigModule2Index,
			 	c64PortConfigSubModule2Index and
			 	c64PortConfigPort2Index.

			 The default is primaryPort(1)."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 9 }

c64PortSwitchOver	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER { ok(1), forceOver(2) }
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object, when read always return a value of
			 ok(1). Setting this object to one of the acceptable
			 values gives the following results:
			 forceOver(2):	Force the current working and
	                                protection ports to exchange roles."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 10 }

c64PortConfigStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		RowStatus
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"The status object for c64PortConfigTable 
			 entry."
	::= { c64PortConfigEntry 11 }

-- Sonet APS Config Table

c64SonetAPSConfigTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		SEQUENCE OF C64SonetAPSConfigEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"A table containing all instances of Sonet APS
			 configuration informations. To configure any APS
			 objects in this table, the corresponding subslots
			 pair have to be already configured for redundancy."
	::= { c64RedundantGroup 7 }

c64SonetAPSConfigEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		C64SonetAPSConfigEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"Entry containing APS information for a particular
			 interface."
	INDEX		{ ifIndex }
	::= { c64SonetAPSConfigTable 1 }

C64SonetAPSConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
		c64SonetAPSMode
			INTEGER,
		c64SonetAPSBERThreshold
			INTEGER,
		c64SonetAPSSwitchCmd
			INTEGER
		}

c64SonetAPSMode		OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				linear(1),
				yCable(2),
				disable(3)
			}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is used to set the APS mode on the
			 corresponding interface referenced by ifIndex object.

			 The value linear(1) is the APS mode of linear 1+1
			 nonreverting and unidirectional. This only
			 true APS mode supported in cisco6400 at FCS.

			 The value yCable(2) is providing the port hardware
			 redundancy but not transmission line redundancy and
			 is not strictly an APS mode."
	::= { c64SonetAPSConfigEntry 1 }

c64SonetAPSBERThreshold	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (0..150000)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This is object is used to set the Bit-Error-Rate
			 threshold at which an APS request of priority
			 'Signal Degrade' will be posted.

			 Value of 0 to disable the threshold."
	::= { c64SonetAPSConfigEntry 2 }

c64SonetAPSSwitchCmd	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				lockOut(1),
				forceWorking(2),
				forceProtect(3),
				manualWorking(4),
				manualProtect(5),
				clear(6)
			}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-create
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object when set except clear(4) is used to post
			 an APS priority request. This request succeeds if no
			 higher-priority request is posted.

			 lockOut(1):
				locks out the protection channel corresponding
				to this entry
			 forceWorking(2) & manualWorking(4):
				post a request to switch away from the
				working channel to protection channel of
				this entry
			 forceProtect(3) & manualProtect(5):
				post a request to switch away from the 
				protection channel to working channel of
				this entry
			 clear(6):
				Clears all posted APS priority requests in
				this channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSConfigEntry 3 }

-- Sonet APS Stats Table

c64SonetAPSStatsTable	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		SEQUENCE OF C64SonetAPSStatsEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"A table containing APS statistics and alarms
			 information for each interface."
	::= { c64RedundantGroup 8 }

c64SonetAPSStatsEntry	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		C64SonetAPSStatsEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"A row in the c64SonetAPSStatsTable which corresponds
			 to the statistics/alarms kept by a particular
			 APS interface."
	INDEX		{ ifIndex }
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsTable 1 }

C64SonetAPSStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
			c64SonetAPSWorkSectionStatus
				Integer32,
			c64SonetAPSWorkLineStatus
				Integer32,
			c64SonetAPSWorkPathStatus
				Integer32,
			c64SonetAPSWorkSectionBIPE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSWorkLineBIPE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSWorkLineFEBE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSWorkPathBIPE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSWorkPathFEBE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSWorkPortStatus
				APSEventStatus,
			c64SonetAPSProtectSectionStatus
				Integer32,
			c64SonetAPSProtectLineStatus
				Integer32,
			c64SonetAPSProtectPathStatus
				Integer32,
			c64SonetAPSProtectSectionBIPE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSProtectLineBIPE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSProtectLineFEBE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSProtectPathBIPE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSProtectPathFEBE
				Counter32,
			c64SonetAPSProtectPortStatus
				APSEventStatus,
			c64SonetAPSChannelStatus
				APSEventStatus
			}

c64SonetAPSWorkSectionStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Integer32(1..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This variable indicates the section level status of
			 the working channel in APS. The
			 c64SonetAPSWorkSectionStatus is a bit map represented
			 as a sum of multiple alarms simultaneously. The
			 sonetSectionNoDefect should be set if and only if no
			 other flag is set.

			 The various bit position are:
				1	sonetSectionNoDefect
				2	sonetSectionLOS
				3	sonetSectionLOF
				4	sonetBIPE(BIp-8)"
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 1 }

c64SonetAPSWorkLineStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Integer32(1..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This variable indicates the line level status of the
			 working channel in APS. The
			 c64SonetAPSWorkLineStatus is a bit map represented as
			 a sum of multiple alarms simultaneously. The
			 sonetLineNoDefect should be set if and only if no
			 other flag is set.

			 The various bit position are:
				1	sonetLineNoDefect
				2	sonetLineAIS
				3	sonetLineRDI
				4	sonetBIPE(BIP-8/24)
				5	sonetFEBE"
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 2 }

c64SonetAPSWorkPathStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Integer32(1..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This variable indicates the path level status of the
			 working channel in APS. The
			 c64SonetAPSWorkPathStatus is a bit map represented as
			 a sum of multiple alarms simultaneously. The
			 sonetPathNoDefect should be set if and only if no
			 other flag is set.

			 The various bit position are:
				1	sonetPathNoDefect
				2	sonetPathSTSAIS
				3	sonetPathSTSRDI
				4	sonetPathSTSLOP
				5 	sonetBIPE(BIP-8)
				6	sonetFEBE
				7	sonetPathUnequipped
				8	sonetPathSignalLabelMismatch"
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 3 }

c64SonetAPSWorkSectionBIPE  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of section BIP-8 errors
			 in working channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 4 }

c64SonetAPSWorkLineBIPE	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of line BIP-8/24 errors
			 in working channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 5 }

c64SonetAPSWorkLineFEBE	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of line
			 far-end-block-errors in working channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 6 }

c64SonetAPSWorkPathBIPE	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of path BIP-8 errors
			 in working channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 7 }

c64SonetAPSWorkPathFEBE	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of path
			 far-end-block-errors in working channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 8 }	

c64SonetAPSWorkPortStatus	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		APSEventStatus
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object indicates the last aps event detected
			 in working port."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 9 }

c64SonetAPSProtectSectionStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Integer32(1..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This variable indicates the section level status of
			 the protection channel in APS. The
			 c64SonetAPSProtectSectionStatus is a bit map
			 represented as a sum of multiple alarms simultaneously.
			 The sonetSectionNoDefect should be set if and only if
			 no other flag is set.

			 The various bit position are:
				1	sonetSectionNoDefect
				2	sonetSectionLOS
				4	sonetSectionLOF
				8	sonetBIPE(BIp-8)"
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 10 }

c64SonetAPSProtectLineStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Integer32(1..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This variable indicates the line level status of the
			 protection channel in APS. The
			 c64SonetAPSProtectLineStatus is a bit map represented
			 as a sum of multiple alarms simultaneously. The
			 sonetLineNoDefect should be set if and only if no
			 other flag is set.

			 The various bit position are:
				1	sonetLineNoDefect
				2	sonetLineAIS
				4	sonetLineRDI
				8	sonetBIPE(BIP-8/24)
				16	sonetFEBE"
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 11 }

c64SonetAPSProtectPathStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Integer32(1..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This variable indicates the path level status of the
			 protection channel in APS. The
			 c64SonetAPSProtectPathStatus is a bit map represented
			 as a sum of multiple alarms simultaneously. The
			 sonetPathNoDefect should be set if and only if no
			 other flag is set.

			 The various bit position are:
				1	sonetPathNoDefect
				2	sonetPathSTSLOP
				4	sonetPathSTSAIS
				8 	sonetBIPE(BIP-8)
				16	sonetFEBE
				32	sonetPathSTSRDI
				64	sonetPathUnequipped
				128	sonetPathSignalLabelMismatch"
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 12 }

c64SonetAPSProtectSectionBIPE  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of section BIP-8 errors
			 in protection channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 13 }

c64SonetAPSProtectLineBIPE	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of line BIP-8/24 errors
			 in protection channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 14 }

c64SonetAPSProtectLineFEBE	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of line
			 far-end-block-errors in protection channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 15 }

c64SonetAPSProtectPathBIPE	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of path BIP-8 errors
			 in protection channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 16 }

c64SonetAPSProtectPathFEBE	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object counts the number of path
			 far-end-block-errors in protection channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 17 }	

c64SonetAPSProtectPortStatus	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		APSEventStatus
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object indicates the last aps event detected
			 in protection port."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 18 }

c64SonetAPSChannelStatus	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		APSEventStatus
	MAX-ACCESS      read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object indicates the last aps event detected in
			 the APS channel."
	::= { c64SonetAPSStatsEntry 19 }

-- Telco alarms management objects

c64TelcoAlarmMgmt OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { c64ChassisGroup 1 }

c64ChassisFacilityAlarmStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Integer32(0..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is an OR bit mask indicating the 
			 presence of critical/major/minor telco alarm:

			 Bit 0, if set, indicates the presence of minor alarm
			 Bit 1, if set, indicates the presence of major alarm
			 Bit 2, if set, indicates the presence of critical alarm
			"
	::= { c64TelcoAlarmMgmt 1 }
	
c64ChassisClearAlarms OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				done(0),
				all(1),
				minor(2),
				major(3),
				critical(4)
			}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is used to clear all, major or minor alarms
			 indication and reset the alarm contacts. When the
			 clear command is done the value of this object will
			 be set to done(0)."
	::= { c64TelcoAlarmMgmt 2 } 

c64ChassisTempIntakeMinorThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (20..57)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is used to set the intake minor
			 temperature alarm threshold in degrees centigrade.
			 The default value is ???."
	::= { c64TelcoAlarmMgmt 3 }

c64ChassisTempIntakeMajorThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (20..57)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is used to set the intake major
			 temperature alarm threshold in degrees centigrade.
			 The default value is ???."
	::= { c64TelcoAlarmMgmt 4 }

c64ChassisTempCoreMinorThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (20..60)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is used to set the core minor
			 temperature alarm threshold in degrees centigrade.
			 The default value is ???."
	::= { c64TelcoAlarmMgmt 5 }

c64ChassisTempCoreMajorThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (20..60)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is used to set the core major
			 temperature alarm threshold in degrees centigrade.
			 The default value is ???."
	::= { c64TelcoAlarmMgmt 6 }

c64ChassisTempThresholdAdmin	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		Integer32(0..65535) 
	MAX-ACCESS	read-write
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object is used to enable/disable various
			 threshold limit.

			 Bit 0, if set to 0 disable the intake minor threshold
			        otherwise enable it.
			 Bit 1, if set to 0 disable the intake major threshold
				otherwise enable it.
			 Bit 2, if set to 0 disable the core minor threshold
				otherwise enable it.
			 Bit 3, if set to 0 disable the core major threshold
				otherwise enable it."
	::= { c64TelcoAlarmMgmt 7 }

-- Telco alarm status table
c64ChassisAlarmTable	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		SEQUENCE OF C64ChassisAlarmEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"The table contains the current alarm status in the
			 system."
	::= { c64ChassisGroup 2 }

c64ChassisAlarmEntry	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		C64ChassisAlarmEntry
	MAX-ACCESS	not-accessible
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"Entry containing alarm information occurred in the
		 	 system."
	INDEX		{ c64ChassisAlarmIndex }
	::= { c64ChassisAlarmTable 1 }

C64ChassisAlarmEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
		c64ChassisAlarmIndex
			INTEGER,
		c64ChassisAlarmSource
			DisplayString,
		c64ChassisAlarmType
			INTEGER,
		c64ChassisAlarmSeverity
			INTEGER,
		c64ChassisAlarmACOStatus
			INTEGER
		}

c64ChassisAlarmIndex	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER (1..65535)
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"An arbitrary integer value to uniquely identify
			 a alarm information entry."
	::= { c64ChassisAlarmEntry 1 }

c64ChassisAlarmSource	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object indicates the source of alarm. The
			 variable will contain string in the following formats:

			 'Chassis'	indicate the chassis alarms

			 'Submodule'	indicate the submodule alarms

			 'port@slot#/subslot#/port#'
					indicate the port alarms.
			 NMS app. will need to recognize the above three format
			 in order to tell the alarm sources. The value other
			 than the above three format cannot be allowed."
	::= { c64ChassisAlarmEntry 2 }

c64ChassisAlarmSeverity	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				minor(1),
				major(2),
				critical(3)
			}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object indicates the severity of the alarm."
	::= { c64ChassisAlarmEntry 4 }

c64ChassisAlarmType 	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX		INTEGER {
				coreTemp(1),      -- Core temperature limit 
				inletTemp(2),     -- Inlet temperature limit
				totalFanFail(3),  -- Total fan failure
				partialFanFail(4),-- Fan tray failure
				fanMissing(5),    -- Fan missing
				pem0Fail(6),      -- Power module 0 failure
				pem1Fail(7),      -- Power module 1 failure
				sonetLineFail(8), -- Sonet line failure, will be
						  -- extended later on
                                cardOIRAlarm(9),  -- Card OIR alarm for removal
						  -- or wrong type insertion
						  -- alarm
				cardFail(10),	  -- Card failure alarm for
						  -- non-redundant card failure,
						  -- redundant primary card
				cardPartialFail(11),
						  -- Card partial failure alarm
						  -- for redundancy secondary
						  -- card failure
                                linkDownAlarm(12),
						  -- interface link down alarm
                                networkClockAlarm(13),
						  -- Network clock alarm
				nrpSARFail(14),	  -- NRP SAR down
				nrpPAMDataError(15)
						  -- NRP driver, invalid PAM
						  -- data or can't access
			}
	MAX-ACCESS	read-only
	STATUS		current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object indicates the type of alarm."
	::= { c64ChassisAlarmEntry 3 }

c64ChassisAlarmACOStatus OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER {
				normal(1),
				cutoff(2)
			}
        MAX-ACCESS      read-only
        STATUS          current
	DESCRIPTION	"This object indicates whether the audible/visible
			 local alarm relay has been locally cut off for this
			 particular alarm source.  When this status is 'normal',
			 the alarm in this entry has closed the local
			 audible/visible alarm relay contacts.  When this
			 status is 'cutoff', the alarm in this entry initially
			 closed the local relay contacts, but was suppressed by
			 a local user pressing the external ACO button on the
			 6400 NSP."
	::= { c64ChassisAlarmEntry 5 }

-- the following two OBJECT IDENTIFIERS are used to define SNMPv2 Notifications
-- that are backward compatable with SNMPv1 Traps.

cisco6400ChassisMIBNotificationPrefix OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cisco6400ChassisMIB 2 }
cisco6400ChassisMIBNotification OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBNotificationPrefix 0 }

cisco6400ChassisFailureNotification NOTIFICATION-TYPE
	OBJECTS {
		c64ChassisFacilityAlarmStatus
		}
	STATUS  current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The notification signifies that the agent detects a change in
		 the c64ChassisAlarmTable, the NMS application should start
 		 to poll the c64ChassisAlarmTable to get up-to-date alarm
	 	 information."
	::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBNotification 1 }

-- confirmance information

cisco6400ChassisMIBConformance		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cisco6400ChassisMIB 3 }
cisco6400ChassisMIBCompliances		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBConformance 1 }
cisco6400ChassisMIBGroups		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBConformance 2 }

-- compliance statements

cisco6400ChassisMIBCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
	STATUS	current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The compliance statement for 6400s, used in Santa NSP, which
		 implement the Cisco 6400 Chassis MIB"
	MODULE	-- this module
	MANDATORY-GROUPS {
		cisco6400RedundantGroup,
		cisco6400ChassisMIBGroup
		}
	::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBCompliances 1 }

-- units of conformance

cisco6400RedundantGroup OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS {
		c64MainCPUConfigAutoSync,
		c64MainCPUSwitchOver,
		c64Slot1Name,
		c64Slot2Name,
		c64SlotConfigPrefIndex,
		c64SlotSwitchOver,
		c64SlotConfigStatus,
		c64SubSlot1Name,
		c64SubSlot2Name,
		c64SubSlotConfigPrefIndex,
		c64SubSlotSwitchOver,
		c64SubSlotConfigStatus,
		c64Port1Name,
		c64Port2Name,
		c64PortConfigPrefIndex,
		c64PortSwitchOver,
		c64PortConfigStatus,
		c64SonetAPSMode,
		c64SonetAPSBERThreshold,
		c64SonetAPSSwitchCmd,
		c64SonetAPSWorkSectionStatus,
		c64SonetAPSWorkLineStatus,
		c64SonetAPSWorkPathStatus,
		c64SonetAPSWorkSectionBIPE,
		c64SonetAPSWorkLineBIPE,
		c64SonetAPSWorkLineFEBE,
		c64SonetAPSWorkPathBIPE,
		c64SonetAPSWorkPathFEBE,
		c64SonetAPSWorkPortStatus,
		c64SonetAPSProtectSectionStatus,
		c64SonetAPSProtectLineStatus,
		c64SonetAPSProtectPathStatus,
		c64SonetAPSProtectSectionBIPE,
		c64SonetAPSProtectLineBIPE,
		c64SonetAPSProtectLineFEBE,
		c64SonetAPSProtectPathBIPE,
		c64SonetAPSProtectPathFEBE,
		c64SonetAPSProtectPortStatus,
		c64SonetAPSChannelStatus
	}
	STATUS	current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A collection of objects providing satan redundancy config.
		 and information."
	::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBGroups 1 }

cisco6400ChassisMIBGroup OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS {
		c64ChassisFacilityAlarmStatus,
		c64ChassisClearAlarms,
		c64ChassisTempIntakeMinorThreshold,
		c64ChassisTempIntakeMajorThreshold,
		c64ChassisTempCoreMinorThreshold,
		c64ChassisTempCoreMajorThreshold,
		c64ChassisTempThresholdAdmin,
                c64ChassisAlarmIndex,
                c64ChassisAlarmSource,
                c64ChassisAlarmType,
                c64ChassisAlarmSeverity,
                c64ChassisAlarmACOStatus
	}
	STATUS current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A collection of objects providing santa telco alarm
		 information."
	::= { cisco6400ChassisMIBGroups 2 }

END