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CISCO-CALL-APPLICATION-MIB.mib object view, vendor Cisco


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ActiveXperts Network Monitor 2019 can import MIB file CISCO-CALL-APPLICATION-MIB and use it to monitor vendor specific OID's.



Scalar Object
ccapApplicationEntry .
Information about a call application.
Tabular Object
ccapAppName .
The name of this call application.
ccapAppLocation .
Identifies the location from where this application is loaded. For built-in applications, the value will always be an empty string. If the location is not specified or not known, the value is an empty string. Note that a particular agent may support only certain types of URLs (e.g., only tftp://...). Thus, the valid values of this object are implementation dependent. An agent may respond with an error (e.g., 'wrongValue') to a management SET operation which attempts to modify the value of this object to one which is not supported by the managed device. The value of this object may be changed at any time. However, note that setting this value for an active row will cause the old application to be deleted, and the new application (i.e. the program at the newly-specified URL) to be loaded.
ccapAppLoadState .
The state of this application. For built-in applications, the value read is always 'builtIn'. When this row is made active, the agent attempts to load the application from the URL specified by ccapAppLocation. While loading is in progress, the value of this object reads 'loading'. If the application is successfully loaded, the value changes to 'loaded', otherwise the value changes to 'loadFailed'.
ccapAppLoadFailReason .
The reason the last attempted load failed. The possible values are: none - there was no failure other - failure reason is other than those listed below notFound - application was not found timedOut - timed out while loading noPermission - was denied permission badSignature - the application did not have the proper signature. An agent may use an authentication scheme to protect itself. This error indicates that the authentication check failed, hence the application was not loaded. noSpace - lack of memory space. The value is updated after a load attempt.
ccapAppDescr .
A description of this application.
ccapAppCallType .
Indicates the types of call that this application can handle.
ccapAppRowStatus .
The status of this conceptual row. Note that rows corresponding to built-in applications can not be modified. Thus, this object is read-only for such rows. This object can not be set to 'active' until a value has been assigned to the corresponding instance of ccapAppLocation. When a row becomes active, the agent attempts to load the application from the location specified by ccapAppLocation. The result of the loading operation can be monitored by the objects ccapAppLoadState and ccapAppLoadError. Deleting a row will cause the agent to unload the corresponding application.
ccapApplicationTable .
Information about call applications on this managed device. There is an entry in this table for each call application.
Object Identifier
ciscoCallApplicationMIB .
This MIB allows management of call applications on a network device. A 'call application' is a software module that processes calls, such as data, voice, video, or fax calls.
ciscoCallApplicationMIBObjects .
ccapConf .
ciscoCallApplicationMIBConformance .
ciscoCallApplicationMIBCompliances .
ciscoCallApplicationMIBGroups .
ccapGeneralCfgGroup .
A collection of objects for general configuration of call applications.