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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 ATM2 MIB
--
-- August 1997, Karthik Ramachandran
--
-- Copyright (c) 1997-1998 by cisco Systems, Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
-------------------------------------------------------------------
   CISCO-ATM2-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

   IMPORTS
         MODULE-IDENTITY, 
         OBJECT-TYPE,
         Counter32                    FROM SNMPv2-SMI
         MODULE-COMPLIANCE, 
         OBJECT-GROUP                 FROM SNMPv2-CONF
         ciscoExperiment              FROM CISCO-SMI
         ifIndex                      FROM IF-MIB
         atmInterfaceConfEntry        FROM ATM-MIB;  -- RFC 1695


   ciscoAtm2MIB MODULE-IDENTITY
        LAST-UPDATED "9803040000Z"
        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
               "This MIB Module is a supplement to the
                ATM-MIB [1]. It is an adaptation of a 
		portion of the ATOMMIB supplemental MIB."
         REVISION        "9803040000Z"
         DESCRIPTION
            "Added VPI/VCI range objects from supplemental
             ATOMMIB"
         ::= { ciscoExperiment 23 }

    ciscoatm2MIBObjects  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ciscoAtm2MIB 1}




-- This CISCO-ATM2-MIB Module consists of the following tables:
       --      1. ciscoatmSigStatTable
       --      2. ciscoatmSigSupportTable
       --      3. ciscoatmInterfaceExtTable
--
-- 1. ATM Interface Signalling Statistics Table
--


   ciscoatmSigStatTable       OBJECT-TYPE
                  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF CiscoatmSigStatEntry
                  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
                  STATUS       current
                  DESCRIPTION
                   "This table contains ATM interface signalling monitoring
                    , one entry per ATM signalling interface."
                  ::= { ciscoatm2MIBObjects 1 }
 
   ciscoatmSigStatEntry         OBJECT-TYPE
                  SYNTAX         CiscoatmSigStatEntry
                  MAX-ACCESS     not-accessible
                  STATUS         current
                  DESCRIPTION
                   "This list contains signalling statistics variables."
                  INDEX { ifIndex }
                  ::= { ciscoatmSigStatTable  1}
 
   CiscoatmSigStatEntry    ::= SEQUENCE  {
                  ciscoatmSigSSCOPConEvents        Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigSSCOPErrdPdus         Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigDetectSetupAttempts   Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigEmitSetupAttempts    Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigDetectUnavailRoutes         Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigEmitUnavailRoutes         Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigDetectUnavailResrcs         Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigEmitUnavailResrcs         Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigDetectCldPtyEvents          Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigEmitCldPtyEvents          Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigDetectMsgErrors             Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigEmitMsgErrors             Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigDetectClgPtyEvents          Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigEmitClgPtyEvents          Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigDetectTimerExpireds         Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigEmitTimerExpireds         Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigDetectRestarts              Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigEmitRestarts              Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigInEstabls             Counter32,
                  ciscoatmSigOutEstabls            Counter32
                       }
 
   ciscoatmSigSSCOPConEvents   OBJECT-TYPE
                  SYNTAX            Counter32
                  MAX-ACCESS        read-only
                  STATUS            current
                  DESCRIPTION
                    "SSCOP Connection Events Counter.  This
                    counter counts the sum of the following errors:
 
                    1) SSCOP Connection Disconnect Counter
 
                    The abnormal occurrence of this event is
                    characterized by the expiry of Timer_NO_RESPONSE.
                    (This event is communicated to the layer management
                    with MAA-ERROR code P.  See ITU-T Q.2110 [13].)
 
                    2) SSCOP Connection Initiation Failure
 
                    This condition indicates the inability to establish
                    an SSCOP connection.  This event occurs whenever the
                    number of expiries of the connection control timer
                    (Timer_CC) exceeds the MaxCC or upon receipt of a
                    connection reject message BGREJ PDU.  (This event is
                    communicated to layer management with MAA-ERROR
                    code O.  See ITU-T Q.2110.)
 
                    3) SSCOP Connection Re-Establ/Resynch
 
                    This event occurs upon receipt of a BGN PDU or RESYNC
                    PDU."
                 ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 5}
 
  ciscoatmSigSSCOPErrdPdus   OBJECT-TYPE
                 SYNTAX           Counter32
                 MAX-ACCESS       read-only
                 STATUS           current
                 DESCRIPTION
                   "SSCOP Errored PDUs Counter.  This counter counts the
                   sum of the following errors:
 
                   1) Invalid PDUs.
                      These are defined in SSCOP and consist of PDUs
                      with incorrect length (MAA-ERROR code U),
                      undefined PDU type code or not 32-bit aligned.
 
                   2) PDUs that result in MAA error codes and are
                      discarded
                      See Errors A-M and Q-T defined in ITU-T Q.2110 [13]."
 
                ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 6 }
 
  ciscoatmSigDetectSetupAttempts    OBJECT-TYPE
                SYNTAX            Counter32
                MAX-ACCESS        read-only
                STATUS            current
                DESCRIPTION
                  "Call Setup Attempts Counter.  This counter counts
                  the number of call setup attempts(both successful
                  and unsuccessful) detected on this interface."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 7 }
 
  ciscoatmSigEmitSetupAttempts    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX            Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS        read-only
               STATUS            current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Call Setup Attempts Counter.  This counter counts the
                 number of call setup attempts(both successful and
                 unsuccessful) transmitted on this interface."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 8 }
 
  ciscoatmSigDetectUnavailRoutes    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX            Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS        read-only
               STATUS            current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Route Unavailability detected on this
                 interface. This counter is incremented when a RELEASE,
                 RELEASE COMPLETE (only when not preceded by a RELEASE
                 mesg for the same call), ADD PARTY REJECT, or STATUS
                 message that contains one of the following cause code
                 values is received (Note: These cause values apply to
                 both UNI3.0 and UNI3.1):
 
                 Cause Value            Meaning
 
                    1            unallocated (unassigned) number
                    2            no route to specified transit network
                    3            no route to destination
                    88           incompatible destination
 
                 NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                 messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                 message and contain the same cause value, are
                 redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                 be counted."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 9 }
 
  ciscoatmSigEmitUnavailRoutes    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX            Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS        read-only
               STATUS            current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Route Unavailability transmitted from this
                 interface. This counter is incremented when a RELEASE,
                 RELEASE COMPLETE (only when not preceded by a RELEASE
                 mesg for the same call), ADD PARTY REJECT, or STATUS
                 message that contains one of the following cause code
                 values is transmitted (Note: These cause values apply
                 to both UNI3.0 and UNI3.1):
 
                 Cause Value            Meaning
 
                    1            unallocated (unassigned) number
                    2            no route to specified transit network
                    3            no route to destination
 
                 NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                 messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                 message and contain the same cause value, are
                 redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                 be counted."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 10 }
 
  ciscoatmSigDetectUnavailResrcs     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX             Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS         read-only
               STATUS             current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Resource Unavailability detected on this
                 interfrace.  This counter is incremented when a
                 RELEASE, RELEASE COMPLETE (only when not preceded by a
                 RELEASE mesg for the same call), ADD PARTY REJECT, or
                 STATUS message that contains one of the following cause
                 code values is received (Note: These cause values apply
                 to both UNI3.0 and UNI3.1 unless otherwise stated):
 
                 Cause Value          Meaning
 
                    35          requested VPCI/VCI not available
                    37          user cell rate not available (UNI3.1
                                only)
                    38          network out of order
                    41          temporary failure
                    45          no VPCI/VCI available
                    47          resource unavailable, unspecified
                    49          Quality of Service unavailable
                    51          user cell rate not available (UNI3.0
                                only)
                    58          bearer capability not presently
                                available
                    63          Service or option not available,
                                unspecified
                    92          too many pending add party requests
 
                 NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                 messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                 message and contain the same cause value, are
                 redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                 be counted."
 
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 11 }
 
  ciscoatmSigEmitUnavailResrcs     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX             Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS         read-only
               STATUS             current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Resource Unavailability transmitted from
                 this interfrace.  This counter is incremented when a
                 RELEASE, RELEASE COMPLETE (only when not preceded by a
                 RELEASE mesg for the same call), ADD PARTY REJECT, or
                 STATUS message that contains one of the following cause
                 code values is transmitted (Note: These cause values
                 apply to both UNI3.0 and UNI3.1 unless otherwise
                 stated):
 
                 Cause Value          Meaning
 
                    35          requested VPCI/VCI not available
                    37          user cell rate not available (UNI3.1
                                only)
                    38          network out of order
                    41          temporary failure
                    45          no VPCI/VCI available
                    47          resource unavailable, unspecified
                    49          Quality of Service unavailable
                    51          user cell rate not available (UNI3.0
                                only)
                    58          bearer capability not presently
                                available
                    63          Service or option not available,
                                unspecified
                    92          too many pending add party requests
 
                 NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                 messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                 message and contain the same cause value, are
                 redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                 be counted."
 
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 12 }
 
  ciscoatmSigDetectCldPtyEvents     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX               Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS           read-only
               STATUS               current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Called Party Responsible For Unsuccessful
                 Call detected on this interface. This counter is
                 incremented when a RELEASE, RELEASE COMPLETE (only when
                 not preceded by a RELEASE mesg for the same call), ADD
                 PARTY REJECT, or STATUS message that contains one of
                 the following cause code values is received (Note:
                 These cause values apply to both UNI3.0 and UNI3.1):
 
                 Cause Value         Meaning
 
                    17           user busy
                    18           no user responding
                    21           call rejected
                    22           number changed
                    23           user rejects all calls with calling
                                 line id restriction (CLIR)
                    27           destination out of order
                    31           normal, unspecified
                    88           incompatible destination
 
                 NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                 messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                 message and contain the same cause value, are
                 redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                 be counted.
 
                 Note: Cause Value #30 'response to STATUS ENQUIRY'
                 was not included in this memo since it did not apply
                 to a hard failure."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 13 }
 
  ciscoatmSigEmitCldPtyEvents     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX               Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS           read-only
               STATUS               current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Called Party Responsible For Unsuccessful Call
                 transmitted from this interface. This counter is
                 incremented when a RELEASE, RELEASE COMPLETE (only
                 when not preceded by a RELEASE mesg for the same call),
                 ADD PARTY REJECT, or STATUS message that contains one
                 of the following cause code values is
                 transmitted (Note: These cause values apply to both
                 UNI3.0 and UNI3.1):
 
                 Cause Value         Meaning
 
                    17           user busy
                    18           no user responding
                    21           call rejected
                    22           number changed
                    23           user rejects all calls with calling
                                 line id restriction (CLIR)
                    27           destination out of order
                    31           normal, unspecified
                    88           incompatible destination
 
                 NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                 messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                 message and contain the same cause value, are
                 redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                 be counted.
 
                 Note: Cause Value #30 'response to STATUS ENQUIRY'
                 was not included in this memo since it did not apply
                 to a hard failure."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 14 }
 
  ciscoatmSigDetectMsgErrors    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX           Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS       read-only
               STATUS           current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Incorrect Messages detected on this
                 interface.  The Incorrect Messages Counter reflects any
                 sort of incorrect information in a message.  This
                 includes:
 
                 - RELEASE, RELEASE COMPLETE, ADD PARTY REJECT,
                   and STATUS messages transmitted, that contain any of
                   the Cause values listed below.
 
                 - Ignored messages.  These messages are dropped
                   because the message was so damaged that it could
                   not be further processed.  A list of dropped
                   messages is compiled below:
 
                    1.  Message with invalid protocol discriminator
 
                    2.  Message with errors in the call reference I.E.
                         - Bits 5-8 of the first octet not equal to
                           '0000'
                         - Bits 1-4 of the first octet indicating a
                           length other than 3 octets
                         - RELEASE COMPLETE message received with a
                           call reference that does not relate to a
                           call active or in progress
                         - SETUP message received with call reference
                           flag incorrectly set to 1
                         - SETUP message received with a call
                           reference for a call that is already
                           active or in progress.
 
                    3.  Message too short
 
 
                 The following cause values are monitored by this
                 counter (Note: These cause values apply to both UNI3.0
                 and UNI3.1 unless otherwise stated):
 
                 Cause Value     Meaning
 
                    10     VPCI/VCI unacceptable (UNI3.0 only)
                    36     VPCI/VCI assignment failure (UNI3.1 only)
                    81     invalid call reference value
                    82     identified channel does not exist
                    89     invalid endpoint reference
                    96     mandatory information element is missing
                    97     message type non-existent or not
                           implemented
                    99     information element non-existent or not
                           implemented
                    100    invalid information element contents
                    101    message not compatible with call state
                    104    incorrect message length
                    111    protocol error, unspecified
 
                    NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                    messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                    message and contain the same cause value, are
                    redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                    be counted."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 15 }
 
  ciscoatmSigEmitMsgErrors    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX           Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS       read-only
               STATUS           current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Incorrect Messages detected on this
                 interface.  The Incorrect Messages Counter reflects any
                 sort of incorrect information in a message.  This
                 includes:
 
 
                 - RELEASE, RELEASE COMPLETE, ADD PARTY REJECT,
                   and STATUS messages transmitted or
                   received, that contain any of the Cause values
                   listed below.
 
                 - Ignored messages.  These messages are dropped
                   because the message was so damaged that it could
                   not be further processed.  A list of dropped
                   messages is compiled below:
 
                    1.  Message with invalid protocol discriminator
 
                    2.  Message with errors in the call reference I.E.
                         - Bits 5-8 of the first octet not equal to
                           '0000'
                         - Bits 1-4 of the first octet indicating a
                           length other than 3 octets
                         - RELEASE COMPLETE message received with a
                           call reference that does not relate to a
                           call active or in progress
                         - SETUP message received with call reference
                           flag incorrectly set to 1
                         - SETUP message received with a call
                           reference for a call that is already
                           active or in progress.
 
                    3.  Message too short
 
 
                 The following cause values are monitored by this
                 counter (Note: These cause values apply to both UNI3.0
                 and UNI3.1 unless otherwise stated):
 
                 Cause Value     Meaning
 
                    10     VPCI/VCI unacceptable (UNI3.0 only)
                    36     VPCI/VCI assignment failure (UNI3.1 only)
                    81     invalid call reference value
                    82     identified channel does not exist
                    89     invalid endpoint reference
                    96     mandatory information element is missing
                    97     message type non-existent or not
                           implemented
                    99     information element non-existent or not
                           implemented
                    100    invalid information element contents
                    101    message not compatible with call state
                    104    incorrect message length
                    111    protocol error, unspecified
 
                    NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                    messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                    message and contain the same cause value, are
                    redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                    be counted."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 16 }
 
  ciscoatmSigDetectClgPtyEvents    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX           Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS       read-only
               STATUS           current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Calling Party Events detected on this
                 interface.  This counter monitors error events that
                 occur due to the originating user doing something
                 wrong. This counter is incremented when a RELEASE,
                 RELEASE COMPLETE (only when not preceded by a RELEASE
                 mesg for the same call), ADD PARTY REJECT, or STATUS
                 message that contains one of the following cause code
                 values is received (Note: These cause values apply to
                 both UNI3.0 and UNI3.1):
 
                 Cause Value     Meaning
 
                    28     invalid number format (address incomplete)
                    43     access information discarded
                    57     bearer capability not authorized
                    65     bearer capability not implemented
                    73     unsupported combination of traffic
                           parameters
                    78     AAL parameters cannot be supported (UNI3.1
                           only)
                    91     invalid transit network selection
                    93     AAL parameters cannot be supported (UNI3.0
                           only)
 
                    NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                    messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                    message and contain the same cause value, are
                    redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                    be counted."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 17 }
 
   ciscoatmSigEmitClgPtyEvents    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX           Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS       read-only
               STATUS           current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Calling Party Events transmitted from this
                 interface.  This counter monitors error events that
                 occur due to the originating user doing something
                 wrong. This counter is incremented when a RELEASE,
                 RELEASE COMPLETE (only when not preceded by a RELEASE
                 mesg for the same call), ADD PARTY REJECT, or STATUS
                 message that contains one of the following cause code
                 values is transmitted (Note: These cause values apply
                 to both UNI3.0 and UNI3.1):
 
                 Cause Value     Meaning
                    28     invalid number format (address incomplete)
                    43     access information discarded
                    57     bearer capability not authorized
                    65     bearer capability not implemented
                    73     unsupported combination of traffic
                           parameters
                    78     AAL parameters cannot be supported (UNI3.1
                           only)
                    91     invalid transit network selection
                    93     AAL parameters cannot be supported (UNI3.0
                           only)
 
                    NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE
                    messages that are a reply to a previous RELEASE
                    message and contain the same cause value, are
                    redundant (for counting purposes) and should not
                    be counted."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 18 }
 
   ciscoatmSigDetectTimerExpireds    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX               Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS           read-only
               STATUS               current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Timer Expiries detected on this interface.
                 The Timer Expiries Counter provides a count of network
                 timer expiries, and to some extent, host or switch
                 timer expiries.  The conditions for incrementing this
                 counter are:
                    - Expiry of any network timer
 
                    - Receipt of a RELEASE or RELEASE COMPLETE
                      message with Cause #102, 'recovery on
                      timer expiry'.
 
                 NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE messages
                 that are a reply to a previous RELEASE message and
                 contain the same cause value, are redundant (for
                 counting purposes) and should not be counted."
 
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 19 }
 
   ciscoatmSigEmitTimerExpireds    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX               Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS           read-only
               STATUS               current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Timer Expiries transmitted from this
                 interface.  The Timer Expiries Counter provides a count
                 of network timer expiries, and to some extent, host or
                 switch timer expiries.  The conditions for incrementing
                 this counter are:
                    - Expiry of any network timer
 
                    - Receipt of a RELEASE or RELEASE COMPLETE
                      message with Cause #102, 'recovery on
                      timer expiry'.
 
                 NOTE:  For this counter, RELEASE COMPLETE messages
                 that are a reply to a previous RELEASE message and
                 contain the same cause value, are redundant (for
                 counting purposes) and should not be counted."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 20 }
 
   ciscoatmSigDetectRestarts    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX          Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS      read-only
               STATUS          current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Restart Activity errors detected on this
                 interface.  The Restart Activity Counter provides a
                 count of host, switch, or network restart activity.
                 This counter is incremented when receiving a RESTART
                 message."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 21 }
 
   ciscoatmSigEmitRestarts    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX          Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS      read-only
               STATUS          current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of Restart Activity errors transmitted from
                 this interface.  The Restart Activity Counter provides
                 a count of host, switch, or network restart activity.
                 This counter is incremented when transmitting a RESTART
                 message."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 22 }
 
 
   ciscoatmSigInEstabls    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX          Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS      read-only
               STATUS          current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of SVC VCCs established at this signalling
                 entity for incoming connections."
                  ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 23 }
 
    ciscoatmSigOutEstabls    OBJECT-TYPE
              SYNTAX          Counter32
               MAX-ACCESS      read-only
               STATUS          current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "Number of SVC VCCs established at this signalling
                 entity for outgoing connections."
                  ::= { ciscoatmSigStatEntry 24 }
 




-- 2. ATM Interface Signalling Support Table
-- This table provides information to support
-- the signalling process which is used to establish
-- ATM Switched Virtual Connections (SVCs).

    ciscoatmSigSupportTable       OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF CiscoatmSigSupportEntry
               MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
               STATUS       current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This table contains ATM local interface configuration
                 parameters, one entry per ATM signalling interface."
               ::= { ciscoatm2MIBObjects 2 }

    ciscoatmSigSupportEntry         OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX         CiscoatmSigSupportEntry
               MAX-ACCESS     not-accessible
               STATUS         current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This list contains signalling configuration parameters
                 and state variables."
               INDEX { ifIndex }
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportTable  1}

    CiscoatmSigSupportEntry    ::= SEQUENCE  {
               ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtyNumDel   INTEGER,
               ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtySubAddr  INTEGER,
               ciscoatmSigSupportCldPtySubAddr  INTEGER,
               ciscoatmSigSupportHiLyrInfo      INTEGER,
               ciscoatmSigSupportLoLyrInfo      INTEGER,
               ciscoatmSigSupportBlliRepeatInd  INTEGER,
               ciscoatmSigSupportAALInfo        INTEGER,
	       ciscoatmSigSupportUnknownIe	INTEGER
                    }

    ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtyNumDel     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX        INTEGER  { enabled(1), disabled(2) }
               MAX-ACCESS    read-write
               STATUS        current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This object indicates whether the Calling Party Number
                 Information Element is transferred to the called party
                 address.  The value of this object can be:
                   - enabled(1)  This Information Element is transferred
                                 to the called party

                   - disabled(2) This Information Element is NOT
                                 transferred to the called party."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportEntry 1 }

    ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtySubAddr   OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX        INTEGER  { enabled(1), disabled(2) }
               MAX-ACCESS    read-write
               STATUS        current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This object indicates whether to accept and transfer
                 the Calling Party Subaddress Information Element from
                 the calling party to the called party.  Calling party
                 subaddress information shall only be transferred to the
                 called party if calling party number delivery is
                 enabled (i.e., atmSigSupportClgPtyNumDel =
                 'enabled(1)'.  The value of this object can be:
                   - enabled(1)  This Information Element is transferred
                                 to the called party

                   - disabled(2) This Information Element is NOT
                                 transferred to the called party."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportEntry 2 }

    ciscoatmSigSupportCldPtySubAddr    OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX        INTEGER  { enabled(1), disabled(2) }
               MAX-ACCESS    read-write
               STATUS        current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This object indicates whether to accept, transfer, and
                 deliver the Called Party Subaddress Information Element
                 from the calling party to the called party.  The value
                 of this object can be:
                   - enabled(1)  This Information Element is transferred
                                 to the called party

                   - disabled(2) This Information Element is NOT
                                 transferred to the called party."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportEntry 3 }

    ciscoatmSigSupportHiLyrInfo     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX        INTEGER  { enabled(1), disabled(2) }
               MAX-ACCESS    read-write
               STATUS        current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This object indicates whether to accept, transfer, and
                 deliver the Broadband High Layer Information Element
                 from the calling party to the called party.  The value
                 of this object can be:
                   - enabled(1)  This Information Element is transferred
                                 to the called party

                   - disabled(2) This Information Element is NOT
                                 transferred to the called party."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportEntry 4 }

    ciscoatmSigSupportLoLyrInfo     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX        INTEGER  { enabled(1), disabled(2) }
               MAX-ACCESS    read-write
               STATUS        current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This object indicates whether to accept, transfer, and
                 deliver the Broadband Low Layer Information Element
                 from the calling party to the called party.  The value
                 of this object can be:
                   - enabled(1)  This Information Element is transferred
                                 to the called party

                   - disabled(2) This Information Element is NOT
                                 transferred to the called party."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportEntry 5 }

    ciscoatmSigSupportBlliRepeatInd      OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX        INTEGER  { enabled(1), disabled(2) }
               MAX-ACCESS    read-write
               STATUS        current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This object indicates whether to accept, transfer, and
                 deliver the Broadband Repeat Indicator with two or
                 three instances of the Broadband Low Layer Information
                 Element for low layer information selection from the
                 calling party to the called party.  This object shall
                 only be transferred if atmSigSupportLoLyrInfo =
                 'enabled(1)'.  The value of this object can be:
                   - enabled(1)  This Information Element is transferred
                                 to the called party
                   - disabled(2) This Information Element is NOT
                                 transferred to the called party."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportEntry 6 }

    ciscoatmSigSupportAALInfo     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX        INTEGER  { enabled(1), disabled(2) }
               MAX-ACCESS    read-write
               STATUS        current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This object indicates whether to accept, transfer, and
                 deliver the ATM Adaptation Layer Parameters Information
                 Element from the calling party to the called party.
                 The value of this object can be:
                   - enabled(1)  This Information Element is transferred
                                 to the called party

                   - disabled(2) This Information Element is NOT
                                 transferred to the called party."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportEntry 7 }

    ciscoatmSigSupportUnknownIe     OBJECT-TYPE
               SYNTAX        INTEGER  { enabled(1), disabled(2) }
               MAX-ACCESS    read-write
               STATUS        current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "This object indicates whether to accept, transfer, and
                 deliver the unknown Information Element from the
		 calling party to the called party, when the IE instruction 
		 field flag is set to zero.When the IE action flag is set to 
		 one, the IE action indicator should be followed regardless 
		 of this configuration. 
                 The value of this object can be:
                   - enabled(1)  This Information Element is transferred
                                 to the called party
 
                   - disabled(2) This Information Element is NOT
                                 transferred to the called party."
               ::= { ciscoatmSigSupportEntry 8 }




-- 3. ATM Interface Configuration Extension table
-- Since ciscoatmInterfaceExtTable implements only a
-- part of atmInterfaceExtTable from Supplemental ATOMMIB,
-- only objects 16 through 21 are here

    ciscoatmInterfaceExtTable    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF CiscoatmInterfaceExtEntry
        MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
        STATUS       current
        DESCRIPTION
            "This table contains ATM interface configuration 
            not defined in the atmInterfaceConfTable from the
            ATM-MIB. This table has information on the VPI/VCI
            range."
        ::= { ciscoatm2MIBObjects 3 }

    ciscoatmInterfaceExtEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX       CiscoatmInterfaceExtEntry
        MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
        STATUS       current
        DESCRIPTION
            "An entry extends the atmInterfaceConfEntry defined
            in ATM-MIB. Each entry corresponds to an ATM interface."
        AUGMENTS { atmInterfaceConfEntry }
        ::= { ciscoatmInterfaceExtTable 1 }
      
    CiscoatmInterfaceExtEntry    ::= SEQUENCE  {
        ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvpcVpi          INTEGER,
        ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMaxSvpcVpi       INTEGER,
        ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvccVpi          INTEGER,
        ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMaxSvccVpi       INTEGER,
        ciscoatmInterfaceConfMinSvccVci          INTEGER,
        ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMinSvccVci       INTEGER
    }

    ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvpcVpi    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX       INTEGER  (0..255)
        MAX-ACCESS   read-write
        STATUS       current
        DESCRIPTION
            "The maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the ATM
            interface is configured to support for allocation to
            switched virtual path connections."
        ::= { ciscoatmInterfaceExtEntry 16 }

    ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMaxSvpcVpi    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX       INTEGER  (0..255)
        MAX-ACCESS   read-only
        STATUS       current
        DESCRIPTION
            "The maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the ATM
            interface may currently allocate to switched virtual
            path connections.  This value is the minimum of
            ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvpcVpi, and the
            ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvpcVpi of the interface's 
            UNI/NNI peer.

            If the interface does not negotiate with its peer to
            determine the maximum VPI that can be allocated to
            SVPCs on the interface, then the value of this object
            must equal ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvpcVpi."
        ::= { ciscoatmInterfaceExtEntry 17 }

    ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvccVpi    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX       INTEGER  (0..255)
        MAX-ACCESS   read-write
        STATUS       current
        DESCRIPTION
            "The maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the ATM
            interface is configured to support for allocation to
            switched virtual channel connections."
        ::= { ciscoatmInterfaceExtEntry 18 }

    ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMaxSvccVpi    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX       INTEGER  (0..255)
        MAX-ACCESS   read-only
        STATUS       current
        DESCRIPTION
            "The maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the ATM
            interface may currently allocate to switched virtual
            channel connections.  This value is the minimum of
            ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvccVpi, and the
            ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvccVpi of the interface's 
            UNI/NNI peer.

            If the interface does not negotiate with its peer to
            determine the maximum VPI that can be allocated to
            SVCCs on the interface, then the value of this object
            must equal ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvccVpi."
        ::= { ciscoatmInterfaceExtEntry 19 }

    ciscoatmInterfaceConfMinSvccVci    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX       INTEGER  (32..4095)
        MAX-ACCESS   read-write
        STATUS       current
        DESCRIPTION
            "The minimum VCI that the signalling stack on the ATM
            interface is configured to support for allocation to
            switched virtual channel connections."
        ::= { ciscoatmInterfaceExtEntry 20 }

    ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMinSvccVci    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX       INTEGER  (32..4095)
        MAX-ACCESS   read-only
        STATUS       current
        DESCRIPTION
            "The minimum VCI that the signalling stack on the ATM
            interface may currently allocate to switched virtual
            channel connections.  This value is the maximum of
            ciscoatmInterfaceConfMinSvccVci, and the
            ciscoatmInterfaceConfMinSvccVci of the interface's 
            UNI/NNI peer.

            If the interface does not negotiate with its peer to
            determine the minimum VCI that can be allocated to
            SVCCs on the interface, then the value of this object
            must equal ciscoatmInterfaceConfMinSvccVci."
        ::= { ciscoatmInterfaceExtEntry 21 }

 

-- ************************************************

-- Conformance Information

   ciscoatm2MIBConformance   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ciscoAtm2MIB 3}

   ciscoatm2MIBGroups        OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                            ::= {ciscoatm2MIBConformance 1}

   ciscoatm2MIBCompliances   OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                            ::= {ciscoatm2MIBConformance 2}

-- Compliance Statements

    ciscoatm2MIBCompliance   MODULE-COMPLIANCE
               STATUS        obsolete -- superceded by ciscoatm2MIBCompliance2
               DESCRIPTION
                 "The compliance statement for SNMP entities which
                 represent ATM interfaces.  The compliance statements
                 are used to determine if a particular group or object
                 applies to hosts, networks/switches, or both."

               MODULE  -- this module

                 MANDATORY-GROUPS  { ciscoAtmSwitchServcHostGroup }

          GROUP      ciscoAtmSwitchServcGroup
          DESCRIPTION
                   "This group is mandatory for a Switch/Service that
                 implements ATM interfaces."
 
          -- Objects in the ATM Switch/Service/Host Group


          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtyNumDel
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtySubAddr
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportCldPtySubAddr
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportHiLyrInfo
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportLoLyrInfo
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportBlliRepeatInd
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportAALInfo
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."


                      ::= { ciscoatm2MIBCompliances 1 }

    ciscoatm2MIBCompliance2   MODULE-COMPLIANCE
               STATUS         current
               DESCRIPTION
                 "The compliance statement for SNMP entities which
                 represent ATM interfaces.  The compliance statements
                 are used to determine if a particular group or object
                 applies to hosts, networks/switches, or both."

               MODULE  -- this module

                 MANDATORY-GROUPS  { ciscoAtmSwitchServcHostGroup,
                                     ciscoAtmSwitchServcHostGroup2 
                                   }

          GROUP      ciscoAtmSwitchServcGroup
          DESCRIPTION
                   "This group is mandatory for a Switch/Service that
                 implements ATM interfaces."
 
          -- Objects in the ATM Switch/Service/Host Group


          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtyNumDel
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtySubAddr
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportCldPtySubAddr
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportHiLyrInfo
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportLoLyrInfo
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportBlliRepeatInd
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."

          OBJECT      ciscoatmSigSupportAALInfo
          MIN-ACCESS  read-only
          DESCRIPTION
                   "Write access is not required. This parameter is
                 required for ATM systems that support only a value of
                 'disabled(2)' (i.e., the ATM systems does not support
                 the feature associated with the parameter)."


                      ::= { ciscoatm2MIBCompliances 2 }

-- **********************************************

-- Units of Conformance

-- Mandatory for ATM hosts and switch/service providers

      ciscoAtmSwitchServcHostGroup     OBJECT-GROUP

                 OBJECTS {
                     ciscoatmSigSSCOPConEvents,
                     ciscoatmSigSSCOPErrdPdus,
                     ciscoatmSigDetectSetupAttempts,
                     ciscoatmSigEmitSetupAttempts,
                     ciscoatmSigDetectUnavailRoutes,
                     ciscoatmSigEmitUnavailRoutes,
                     ciscoatmSigDetectUnavailResrcs,
                     ciscoatmSigEmitUnavailResrcs,
                     ciscoatmSigDetectCldPtyEvents,
                     ciscoatmSigEmitCldPtyEvents,
                     ciscoatmSigDetectMsgErrors,
                     ciscoatmSigEmitMsgErrors,
                     ciscoatmSigDetectClgPtyEvents,
                     ciscoatmSigEmitClgPtyEvents,
                     ciscoatmSigDetectTimerExpireds,
                     ciscoatmSigEmitTimerExpireds,
                     ciscoatmSigDetectRestarts,
                     ciscoatmSigEmitRestarts,
                     ciscoatmSigInEstabls,
                     ciscoatmSigOutEstabls
                 }
                 STATUS    current
                 DESCRIPTION
                   "A collection of objects providing information
                    for a Switch/Service/Host that implements
                    ATM interfaces."
                 ::= { ciscoatm2MIBGroups 1 }


          ciscoAtmSwitchServcGroup     OBJECT-GROUP

                 OBJECTS {
                      ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtyNumDel,
                      ciscoatmSigSupportClgPtySubAddr,
                      ciscoatmSigSupportCldPtySubAddr,
                      ciscoatmSigSupportHiLyrInfo,
                      ciscoatmSigSupportLoLyrInfo,
                      ciscoatmSigSupportBlliRepeatInd,
                      ciscoatmSigSupportAALInfo,
		      ciscoatmSigSupportUnknownIe
                      }
                 STATUS    current
                 DESCRIPTION
                   "A collection of objects providing information
                    for a Switch/Service that implements ATM interfaces."
                 ::= { ciscoatm2MIBGroups 3 }


          ciscoAtmSwitchServcHostGroup2    OBJECT-GROUP
              OBJECTS {
                  ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvpcVpi,
                  ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMaxSvpcVpi,
                  ciscoatmInterfaceConfMaxSvccVpi,
                  ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMaxSvccVpi,
                  ciscoatmInterfaceConfMinSvccVci,
                  ciscoatmInterfaceCurrentMinSvccVci
                  }
              STATUS    current
              DESCRIPTION
                  "A collection of objects providing information 
                  regarding VPI/VCI range for SVCCs and SVPCs for 
                  a Switch/Service/Host that implements ATM 
                  interfaces."
              ::= { ciscoatm2MIBGroups 4 }
END