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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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Vendor: Cisco
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-- *****************************************************************
-- CISCO-CONFIG-MAN-MIB.my:  Configuration Management MIB
--
-- April 1995, Bob Stewart
--
-- Copyright (c) 1995-1996 by cisco Systems, Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
-- 
-- *****************************************************************

CISCO-CONFIG-MAN-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS
	MODULE-IDENTITY,
	OBJECT-TYPE,
	NOTIFICATION-TYPE,
	TimeTicks,
	Integer32,
	Counter32,
	IpAddress
		FROM SNMPv2-SMI
	MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP
		FROM SNMPv2-CONF
	DisplayString,
	TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
		FROM SNMPv2-TC
	ciscoMgmt
		FROM CISCO-SMI;


ciscoConfigManMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
	LAST-UPDATED	"9511280000Z"
	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-snmp@cisco.com"
	DESCRIPTION
		"Configuration management MIB.

		The MIB represents a model of configuration data that
		exists in various locations:

		running		in use by the running system
		terminal	operator's mind or attached hardware
		local		saved locally in NVRAM or flash
		remote		saved to some server on the network

		Although some of the system functions that relate here
		can be used for general file storage and transfer, this
		MIB intends to include only such operations as clearly
		relate to configuration.  Its primary emphasis is to
		track changes and saves of the running configuration.

		As saved data moves further from startup use, such as
		into different local flash files or onto the network,
		tracking becomes difficult to impossible, so the MIB's
		interest and functions are confined in that area."
	REVISION	"9511280000Z"
	DESCRIPTION
		"Initial version of this MIB module."
	::= { ciscoMgmt 43 }


ciscoConfigManMIBObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoConfigManMIB 1 }

ccmHistory		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoConfigManMIBObjects 1 }


-- Textual Conventions

HistoryEventMedium ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The source or destination of a configuration change,
		save, or copy.

		erase		erasing destination (source only)
		running		live operational data
		commandSource	the command source itself
		startup		what the system will use next reboot
		local		local NVRAM or flash
		networkTftp	network host via Trivial File Transfer
		networkRcp	network host via Remote Copy
		"
       	SYNTAX  INTEGER { erase(1), commandSource(2), running(3), 
			  startup(4), local(5), 
			  networkTftp(6), networkRcp(7) }


-- Configuration History

ccmHistoryRunningLastChanged OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     TimeTicks
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The value of sysUpTime when the running configuration
		was last changed.

		If the value of ccmHistoryRunningLastChanged is greater than
		ccmHistoryRunningLastSaved, the configuration has been
		changed but not saved."
	::= { ccmHistory 1 }

ccmHistoryRunningLastSaved OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     TimeTicks
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The value of sysUpTime when the running configuration
		was last saved (written).

		If the value of ccmHistoryRunningLastChanged is greater than
		ccmHistoryRunningLastSaved, the configuration has been
		changed but not saved.

		What constitutes a safe saving of the running
		configuration is a management policy issue beyond the
		scope of this MIB.  For some installations, writing the
		running configuration to a terminal may be a way of
		capturing and saving it.  Others may use local or
		remote storage.  Thus ANY write is considered saving
		for the purposes of the MIB."
	::= { ccmHistory 2 }

ccmHistoryStartupLastChanged OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     TimeTicks
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The value of sysUpTime when the startup configuration
		was last written to.  In general this is the
		default configuration used when cold starting the
		system.  It may have been changed by a save of the
		running configuration or by a copy from elsewhere."
	::= { ccmHistory 3 }

ccmHistoryMaxEventEntries OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     Integer32 (0..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The maximum number of entries that can be held in
		ccmHistoryEventTable.

		The recommended value for implementations is 10."
	::= { ccmHistory 4 }

ccmHistoryEventEntriesBumped OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The number of times the oldest entry in ccmHistoryEventTable
		was deleted to make room for a new entry."
	::= { ccmHistory 5 }


ccmHistoryEventTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     SEQUENCE OF CcmHistoryEventEntry
	MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A table of configuration events on this router."
	::= { ccmHistory 6 }

ccmHistoryEventEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     CcmHistoryEventEntry
	MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Information about a configuration event on this router."
	INDEX	{ ccmHistoryEventIndex }
	::= { ccmHistoryEventTable 1 }

CcmHistoryEventEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
	ccmHistoryEventIndex
		Integer32,
	ccmHistoryEventTime
		TimeTicks,
	ccmHistoryEventCommandSource
       		INTEGER,
	ccmHistoryEventConfigSource
       		HistoryEventMedium,
	ccmHistoryEventConfigDestination
       		HistoryEventMedium,
	ccmHistoryEventTerminalType
		INTEGER,
	ccmHistoryEventTerminalNumber
		Integer32,
	ccmHistoryEventTerminalUser
		DisplayString,
	ccmHistoryEventTerminalLocation
		DisplayString,
	ccmHistoryEventCommandSourceAddress
		IpAddress,
	ccmHistoryEventVirtualHostName
		DisplayString,
	ccmHistoryEventServerAddress
		IpAddress,
	ccmHistoryEventFile
		DisplayString,
	ccmHistoryEventRcpUser
		DisplayString
    }

ccmHistoryEventIndex OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     Integer32 (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A monotonically increasing integer for the sole purpose of
		indexing events.  When it reaches the maximum value, an
		extremely unlikely event, the agent wraps the value back
		to 1 and may flush existing entries."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 1 }

ccmHistoryEventTime OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     TimeTicks
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The value of sysUpTime when the event occurred."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 2 }

ccmHistoryEventCommandSource OBJECT-TYPE
       	SYNTAX  INTEGER { commandLine(1), snmp(2) }
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The source of the command that instigated the event."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 3 }

ccmHistoryEventConfigSource OBJECT-TYPE
       	SYNTAX  HistoryEventMedium
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The configuration data source for the event."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 4 }

ccmHistoryEventConfigDestination OBJECT-TYPE
       	SYNTAX  HistoryEventMedium
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The configuration data destination for the event."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 5 }

ccmHistoryEventTerminalType OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	INTEGER {
		notApplicable(1),
		unknown(2),
		console(3),
		terminal(4),
		virtual(5),
		auxiliary(6)
		}						
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventCommandSource is 'commandLine',
		the terminal type, otherwise 'notApplicable'."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 6 }

ccmHistoryEventTerminalNumber OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     Integer32
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventCommandSource is 'commandLine',
		the terminal number.  The value is -1 if not available
		or not applicable."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 7 }

ccmHistoryEventTerminalUser OBJECT-TYPE
-- ??? Check max size.
	SYNTAX     DisplayString (SIZE (0..64))
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventCommandSource is 'commandLine',
		the name of the logged in user.  The length is zero if
		not available or not applicable."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 8 }

ccmHistoryEventTerminalLocation OBJECT-TYPE
-- ??? Check max size.
	SYNTAX     DisplayString (SIZE (0..64))
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventCommandSource is 'commandLine',
		the hard-wired location of the terminal or the remote host
		for an incoming connection.  The length is zero if not
		available or not applicable."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 9 }

ccmHistoryEventCommandSourceAddress OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     IpAddress
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventTerminalType is 'virtual', the internet
		address of the connected system.

		If ccmHistoryEventCommandSource is 'snmp', the internet
		address of the requester.

		The value is 0.0.0.0 if not available or not applicable."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 10 }

ccmHistoryEventVirtualHostName OBJECT-TYPE
-- ??? Check max size.
	SYNTAX     DisplayString (SIZE (0..64))
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventTerminalType is 'virtual', the host
		name of the connected system.  The length is zero if
		not available or not applicable."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 11 }

ccmHistoryEventServerAddress OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     IpAddress
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventConfigSource or
		ccmHistoryEventConfigDestination is 'networkTftp' or
		'networkRcp', the internet address of the storage file
		server.  The value is 0.0.0.0 if not applicable or not
		available."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 12 }

ccmHistoryEventFile OBJECT-TYPE
-- ??? Check max size.
	SYNTAX     DisplayString (SIZE (0..64))
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventConfigSource or
		ccmHistoryEventConfigDestination is 'networkTftp' or
		'networkRcp', the configuration file name at the
		storage file server.  The length is zero if not
		available or not applicable."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 13 }

ccmHistoryEventRcpUser OBJECT-TYPE
-- ??? Check max size.
	SYNTAX     DisplayString (SIZE (0..64))
	MAX-ACCESS read-only
	STATUS     current
	DESCRIPTION
		"If ccmHistoryEventConfigSource or
		ccmHistoryEventConfigDestination is 'networkRcp', the
		remote user name.  The length is zero if not applicable
		or not available."
	::= { ccmHistoryEventEntry 14 }


-- Notifications

ciscoConfigManMIBNotificationPrefix OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoConfigManMIB 2 }
ciscoConfigManMIBNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoConfigManMIBNotificationPrefix 0 }

ciscoConfigManEvent NOTIFICATION-TYPE
       OBJECTS { ccmHistoryEventCommandSource, 
		 ccmHistoryEventConfigSource,
		 ccmHistoryEventConfigDestination }
       STATUS  current
       DESCRIPTION
		"Notification of a configuration management event as
		recorded in ccmHistoryEventTable."
	::= { ciscoConfigManMIBNotifications 1 }

	
-- Conformance

ciscoConfigManMIBConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoConfigManMIB 3 }
ciscoConfigManMIBCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoConfigManMIBConformance 1 }
ciscoConfigManMIBGroups      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoConfigManMIBConformance 2 }

-- Compliance

ciscoConfigManMIBCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
	STATUS current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The compliance statement for entities which implement
		the Cisco Configuration Management MIB"
	MODULE	-- this module
		MANDATORY-GROUPS { ciscoConfigManHistoryGroup }
	::= { ciscoConfigManMIBCompliances 1 }

-- Units of Conformance

ciscoConfigManHistoryGroup OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS {
		ccmHistoryRunningLastChanged,
		ccmHistoryRunningLastSaved,
		ccmHistoryStartupLastChanged,
		ccmHistoryMaxEventEntries,
		ccmHistoryEventEntriesBumped,
		ccmHistoryEventTime,
       		ccmHistoryEventCommandSource,
		ccmHistoryEventConfigSource,
		ccmHistoryEventConfigDestination,
		ccmHistoryEventTerminalType,
		ccmHistoryEventTerminalNumber,
		ccmHistoryEventTerminalUser,
		ccmHistoryEventTerminalLocation,
		ccmHistoryEventCommandSourceAddress,
		ccmHistoryEventVirtualHostName,
		ccmHistoryEventServerAddress,
		ccmHistoryEventFile,
		ccmHistoryEventRcpUser
	}
	STATUS current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Configuration history."
	::= { ciscoConfigManMIBGroups 1 }

END