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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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-- $ID$
-- ********************************************************************
-- CISCO-GGSN-QOS-MIB.my: GGSN Quality of Service(Qos) MIB
--
-- Dec 2001, Rajesh M. L.
--
-- Copyright (c), 2001, 2002, 2003 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
-- ********************************************************************
-- $Endlog$

CISCO-GGSN-QOS-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS
        MODULE-IDENTITY,
        OBJECT-TYPE,
        Gauge32,
        Integer32, 
        Unsigned32
                FROM SNMPv2-SMI
        SnmpAdminString
            FROM SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB
        RowStatus,
        TruthValue,
        TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
            FROM SNMPv2-TC
        MODULE-COMPLIANCE,
        OBJECT-GROUP
                FROM SNMPv2-CONF
        ciscoMgmt
                FROM CISCO-SMI;

cggsnQosMIB    MODULE-IDENTITY
        LAST-UPDATED    "200311271300Z"
        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-gprs@cisco.com"
        DESCRIPTION
                "This MIB module manages the Quality of Service 
                parameters of GGSN in a GPRS system.

                GGSN is the Gateway GPRS Support Node in the GPRS
                architecture. It provides interworking of GPRS 
                network with external packet-switched networks 
                - PDNs or other data networks.

                The following diagram illustrates a simplified GPRS
                logical architecture with the name of inter-node
                interface:

                +---------------------------------------------+
                |                         +======+   a PLMN   |
                |                         | SGSN |            |
                |                         +======+            |
                |                            |                |
                |                            Gn               |
                |                            |                |
                |+====+   +====+ +=====+ +======+    +======+ |    +===+
                || TE |-R-| MT |-| BSS |-| SGSN |-Gn-| GGSN |-|-Gi-|PDN|
                |+====+   +====+ +=====+ +======+    +======+ |    +===+
                |                                        |    |
                |                                        |    |
                +----------------------------------------|----+
                                                         Gp
                                                         |
                                +-----------------------------+
                                | +====+   +=====+   +======+ |
                                | | MS |---| BSS |---| SGSN | |
                                | +====+   +=====+   +======+ |
                                |                             |
                                |                other PLMN   |
                                +-----------------------------+

                A PDP Context is an information set maintained by MS
                and GSNs which describes the mobile wireless service
                call or session.

                Three types of Qos mapping method are supported on GGSN:
                canonical, delay and umts. Canonical Qos mapping 
                consists of Best Effort, Normal and Premium Qos classes.
                Delay Qos mapping consists of four classes: delay1, 
                delay2, delay3 and delay-besteffort. UMTS QoS has the 
                following traffic classes: signalling, conversational, 
                streaming, interactive and background. UMTS QoS is 
                based on differentiated services network model.

                A Qos Profile is associated with each PDP context which
                defines multiple attributes like precedence, delay,
                reliability, peak throughput, mean throughput and 
                traffic class.  Based on the precedence, delay and mean
                throughput an user is classified into different 
                canonical and delay Qos classes .  Based on delay, 
                jitter, bandwidth and reliability user is classified 
                into the UMTS traffic classes.

                In GGSN, the QoS remapping mechanism is that, for 
                uplink traffic, the GGSN remaps the TOS in the user 
                traffic before forwarding the packet to the Gi 
                interface and for downlink traffic, the GGSN will 
                only setup the TOS for the IP header for the Tunnel, 
                not the IP header for user traffic. Traffic from MS 
                to PDN is considered as uplink and the reverse is 
                considered as downlink traffic.

                Acronyms and terms:

                APN      Access Point Name
                BSS      Base Station System
                ETSI     European Telecommunications Standards
                         Institute
                DS       Differentiated Service 
                DSCP     DS Code Point
                GGSN     Gateway GPRS Support Node
                GPRS     General Packet Radio Service
                GSM      Global System for Mobile communication
                GSN      GPRS Support Node
                G-PDU    GTP PDU
                MS       Mobile Station
                MT       Mobile Terminal
                PDN      Packet Data Network
                PDP      Packet Data Protocol
                PDU      Protocol Data Unit
                PHB      Per-hop Behavior
                PLMN     Public Land Mobile Network
                SGSN     Serving GPRS support Node
                TE       Terminal Equipment
                T-PDU    the payload of G-PDU
                UMTS     Universal Mobile Telecommunication System
                IMS      IP Multimedia Subsystem
                GBR      Guaranteed Bit Rate
                MBR      Maximum Bit Rate
                CAC      Call Admission Control
                QOS      Quality Of Service

                REFERENCE

                [1] GSM 03.60: Digital cellular telecommunications
                    system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service
                    (GPRS); Service description; Stage 2. V7.1.0

                [2] GSM 09.60: Digital cellular telecommunication
                    system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service
                    (GPRS); GPRS Tunnelling Protocol (GTP) across
                    Gn and Gp Interface. V7.3.0

                [3] 3GPP; Technical Specification Group Services
                    and System Aspects; QoS Concept and Architecture.
                    3G TS 23.107 v3.2.0.

                [4] 3GPP; Technical Specification Group Core Network;
                    General Packet Radio Service(GPRS); GPRS 
                    Tunnelling Protocol (GTP) across Gn and Gp 
                    Interface (Release 1999). 3G TS 29.060 v3.5.0.

                [5] 3GPP; Technical Specification Group Services
                    and System Aspects; General Packet Radio 
                    Service(GPRS); Service description; Stage 2 
                    (Release 1999) 3G TS 23.060 v3.3.1.
                "

        REVISION       "200311271300Z"
        DESCRIPTION
                "Added cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafClass,
                cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafHandPri,
                cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable, cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable,
                cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolTable, cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassTable
                to cggsnQosUmtsCac." 
        REVISION       "200204181400Z"
        DESCRIPTION
                "
                Added the enumeration 'umts' to 
                cggsnQosMappingMethod.

                Added the following objects:
                cggsnQosUmtsTrafficClass,
                cggsnQosUmtsDiffServPhbgroup, cggsnQosUmtsPdps,
                cggsnQosDiffServPhb, cggsnQosDscp and 
                cggsnQosUmtsDscpUnmodified.
                "
        REVISION       "200112061330Z"
        DESCRIPTION
                "Initial version of this MIB module."
        ::= { ciscoMgmt 241 }

--
-- Textual Conventions
--

UmtsQosTrafficClass ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS        current   
    DESCRIPTION
        "A value that represents the umts traffic class.

        conversational(1)  This class of traffic sends data at almost 
                           constant bitrate (i.e. non-burst traffic), 
                           and has low latency and low jitter 
                           requirements, For this class of traffic, 
                           maximum bit rate is not guaranteed, thus the 
                           guaranteed bit rate is only an important 
                           parameter to be taken as resource (QoS) 
                           requirement.

        streaming(2)       This class also has low latency and low 
                           jitter requirements, but not as sensitive 
                           as conversational class.  

        interactive(3)     This class of traffic is not delay 
                           sensitive. Thus guaranteed bit rate is not 
                           guaranteed, and only maximum bit rate is 
                           limited to ensure that it does not exceed 
                           configured maximum bit rate.

        background(4)      This class of traffic is same as interactive
                           class, only requested maximum is limited to 
                           ensure it does not exceed configured maximum 
                           bit rate.
        "
    SYNTAX        INTEGER {
                      conversational(1),
                      streaming(2),
                      interactive(3),
                      background(4)
                  }

--
-- Object definitions
--

cggsnQosMIBObjects      OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                            ::= { cggsnQosMIB 1 }

cggsnQosGeneralConfig   OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                            ::= { cggsnQosMIBObjects 1 }
cggsnQosCanonicalQos    OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                            ::= { cggsnQosMIBObjects 2 }

cggsnQosUmtsQos    OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                            ::= { cggsnQosMIBObjects 3 }

--
-- MIBObjects
--

--
-- General Configurations
--

cggsnQosMappingMethod        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                   INTEGER {
                                none(1),
                                canonical(2),
                                delay(3),
                                umts(4)
                             }
    MAX-ACCESS                read-write
    STATUS                    current
    DESCRIPTION
       "This object specifies the type of QoS method (canonical
        or delay or none (best-effort) or umts) mapped to GPRS QoS.
       "
    DEFVAL { none }
    ::= { cggsnQosGeneralConfig 1 }

cggsnQosClassIpTosMapTable       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       SEQUENCE OF CggsnQosClassIpTosMapEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table represents the mapping for different 
         Qos classes to TOS precedence classes in the IP 
         header. 

         If cggsnQosMappingMethod is set to delay(3),
         the length of the table is 4 with the following 
         default mapping: delay1 = 3 (flash), delay2 = 2 (immediate),
         delay3 = 1 (priority), delay_besteffort = 0 (routine).

         If cggsnQosMappingMethod is set to canonical(2),
         the length of the table is 3 with the following 
         default mapping: premium = 2 (immediate), normal
         = 1 (priority), best_effort = 0 (routine).
          
         If cggsnQosMappingMethod is set to umts(4) or none(1),
         the table will be empty."
    ::= { cggsnQosGeneralConfig 2 }

cggsnQosClassIpTosMapEntry       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       CggsnQosClassIpTosMapEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry which denotes mapping of different Qos classes 
        to TOS precedence class and also the number of PDP
        contexts associated with each Qos Class."
    INDEX    { cggsnQosClass }
    ::= { cggsnQosClassIpTosMapTable 1 }

CggsnQosClassIpTosMapEntry   ::= SEQUENCE {
     cggsnQosClass               Integer32,
     cggsnQosMappedIpTos         Integer32,
     cggsnQosCurrentPdps         Gauge32
     }

cggsnQosClass                    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       Integer32 (1..4)
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies different Qos Classes of
         either 'canonical' or 'delay' Qos based on the 
         value set to cggsnQosMappingMethod. The following
         is how the value needs to be interpreted.

         If cggsnQosMappingMethod is set to delay(3),
         1 - delay1, 2 - delay2, 3 - delay3, 
         4 - delay_best_effort.

         If cggsnQosMappingMethod is set to canonical(2),
         1 - premium, 2 - normal, 3 - best_effort."
   ::= { cggsnQosClassIpTosMapEntry 1 }

cggsnQosMappedIpTos              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       Integer32 (0..5)
    MAX-ACCESS                   read-write
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies the IP TOS precedence to which
        cggsnQosClass is mapped. Higher TOS precedence
        value indicates a higher service priority. The values
        '6 (internetwork_control)' and '7 (network_control)' 
        of TOS are not used in mapping."
    ::= { cggsnQosClassIpTosMapEntry 2 }

cggsnQosCurrentPdps              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS                   read-only
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the current number of PDP contexts
         that have cggsnQosClass."
    ::= { cggsnQosClassIpTosMapEntry 3 }

--
--  Canonical Qos specific Objects: The objects in the following 
--  group can only be retrieved if cggsnQosMappingMethod is set 
--  to 'canonical(2)'.
--

cggsnQosTotalBandwidthResrc  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                   Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
    UNITS                    "bits/sec"
    MAX-ACCESS               read-write
    STATUS                   current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The total amount of bandwidth resource on the GGSN,
         this total depends on various factors like system
         throughput, memory size, maximum number of PDP contexts
         supported.  A portion of the total resources will be
         allocated to a user at the PDP context activation time
         based on the Qos class the user is assigned to. This
         object can only be retrieved if cggsnQosMappingMethod 
         is set to canonical(2)."
    ::= { cggsnQosCanonicalQos 1 }

cggsnQosCurrentUsedBandwidth      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                        Gauge32
    UNITS                         "bits/sec"
    MAX-ACCESS                    read-only
    STATUS                        current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The current amount of bandwidth resource used on the GGSN.
         This object can only be retrieved if cggsnQosMappingMethod
         is set to canonical(2)."
    ::= { cggsnQosCanonicalQos 2 }

cggsnQosPremiumMtDeviationFactor  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                        Unsigned32 (1..1000)
    MAX-ACCESS                    read-write
    STATUS                        current
    DESCRIPTION
       "This object specifies the mean throughput deviation
       factor that the GGSN uses to calculate the allowable
       data throughput for Premium Qos. This object can
       only be retrieved if cggsnQosMappingMethod is set
       to canonical(2)."
    DEFVAL { 100 }
    ::= { cggsnQosCanonicalQos 3 }

cggsnQosBestEffrtBandWidthFactor  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                        Unsigned32 (1..4000000)
    UNITS                         "bits/sec"
    MAX-ACCESS                    read-write
    STATUS                        current
    DESCRIPTION
       "This object specifies the bandwidth factor to be 
       applied to canonical best-effort QoS class. This 
       object can only be retrieved if cggsnQosMappingMethod 
       is set to canonical(2)."
    DEFVAL { 10 }
    ::= { cggsnQosCanonicalQos 4 }

cggsnQosPremiumMeanThroughput  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                     Gauge32
    UNITS                      "bytes/sec"
    MAX-ACCESS                 read-only
    STATUS                     current
    DESCRIPTION
       "The sum of the mean throughput of premium class QOS
        users on the GSN. This object can only be retrieved
        if cggsnQosMappingMethod is set to canonical(2)."
    ::= { cggsnQosCanonicalQos 5 }

cggsnQosNormalMeanThroughput    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                      Gauge32
    UNITS                       "bytes/sec"
    MAX-ACCESS                  read-only
    STATUS                      current
    DESCRIPTION
       "The sum of the mean throughput of normal class QOS
        users on the GSN. This object can only be retrieved
        if cggsnQosMappingMethod is set to canonical(2)."
    ::= { cggsnQosCanonicalQos 6 }

cggsnQosBestEffortMeanThroughput  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                        Gauge32
    UNITS                         "bytes/sec"
    MAX-ACCESS                    read-only
    STATUS                        current
    DESCRIPTION
       "The sum of the mean throughput of best-effort class
        QOS users on the GSN. This object can only be retrieved
        if cggsnQosMappingMethod is set to canonical(2)."
    ::= { cggsnQosCanonicalQos 7 }

--
--  UMTS QoS specific Objects: The objects in the following
--  group can only be retrieved if cggsnQosMappingMethod is set
--  to 'umts(4)'.
--
 
cggsnQosTrafficClassPhbTable  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                    SEQUENCE OF CggsnQosTrafficClassPhbEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                not-accessible
    STATUS                    current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table represents the mapping between a given traffic 
        class and the corresponding DS PHB group. 

        The table has one entry for each possible traffic class type.

        The table will be empty if the cggsnQosMappingMethod is not 
        set to 'umts'.
        "
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsQos 1 } 

cggsnQosTrafficClassPhbEntry  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       CggsnQosTrafficClassPhbEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry which denotes mapping between a given traffic 
        class and the corresponding DS PHB group and the number 
        of PDP contexts associated with each traffic class.
        "
    INDEX    { cggsnQosUmtsTrafficClass }
    ::= { cggsnQosTrafficClassPhbTable 1 }

CggsnQosTrafficClassPhbEntry   ::= SEQUENCE {
     cggsnQosUmtsTrafficClass     INTEGER,
     cggsnQosUmtsDiffServPhbgroup INTEGER,
     cggsnQosUmtsPdps             Gauge32
     }

cggsnQosUmtsTrafficClass         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       INTEGER {
                                    signalling(1),
                                    conversational(2),
                                    streaming(3),
                                    interactive(4),
                                    background(5)
                                 } 
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object denotes the UMTS QoS traffic class.  UMTS QoS
        uses this parameter to make assumptions about the traffic 
        source, and determine the maximum bitrate, and guaranteed 
        bitrate for the traffic class when performing admission 
        control. The signalling traffic class only applies to the 
        UMTS signalling messages.  
        "
   ::= { cggsnQosTrafficClassPhbEntry 1 }

cggsnQosUmtsDiffServPhbgroup OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                   INTEGER {
                                 signallingClass(1),
                                 efClass(2),
                                 afClass1(3),
                                 afClass2(4),
                                 afClass3(5),
                                 afClass4(6),
                                 bestEffort(7)
                            }
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object denotes the PHB which is mapped to the traffic
        class given by cggsnQosUmtsTrafficClass.

        DS architecture is based on number of functional elements,
        one of which is PHB.  PHBs specify queuing, queue management 
        and scheduling characteristics that allow a means of 
        allocating buffer and bandwidth resources at each node among 
        the competing traffic streams.
        
        The various DS PHBs include:
                signalling - signallingClass(1)
                The signalling class PHB is only used for the UMTS 
                signalling messages. This DS PHB does not apply to 
                any other IP data packets.

                expedited forwarding - efClass(2)
                The expedited forwarding PHB is used for providing 
                a low loss, low latency, low jitter, assured 
                bandwidth, end-to-end service through the DS domains. 
                Such a service appears to the endpoints like a 
                point-to-point connection, or a virtual leased line.

                assured forwarding - afClass(3-6)
                The assured forwarding PHB provides a means for a 
                provider DS domain to offer different levels of 
                delivery assurances for packets received from a 
                customer DS domain. Four assured forwarding classes: 
                afClass1, afClass2, afClass3 and afClass4 are defined,
                where each AF class is in each DS node allocated a
                certain amouont of forwarding resoources(buffer space
                and bandwidth). IP packets are assigned into one or 
                more of these classes, according to the subscribed 
                service.  Within each class the packets are marked 
                by a mobile subscriber, or by the provider DS domain,
                with one of the three possible drop precedence 
                values. In case of congestion, the drop precedence 
                of a packet determines the relative importance of a 
                packet within the class. Packets in one class are 
                forwarded independently of the packets in another 
                class.

                best effort - bestEffort(7)
                This is the default PHB.  The packets of this 
                aggregate are forwarded on an output link whenever
                the link is not required to satisfy any other PHB.
                "
    DEFVAL { bestEffort }
    ::= { cggsnQosTrafficClassPhbEntry 2 }

cggsnQosUmtsPdps                 OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS                   read-only
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the current number of PDP contexts
         associated with each traffic class identified by
         cggsnQosUmtsTrafficClass.
        "
    ::= { cggsnQosTrafficClassPhbEntry 3 }

cggsnQosPhbToDscpMapTable        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       SEQUENCE OF CggsnQosPhbToDscpMapEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table represents the DiffServ Code Point (DSCP) 
        mappings for different types of DiffServ PHB groups. 

        The table has one entry for each possible DS PHB.
        "
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsQos 2 }

cggsnQosPhbToDscpMapEntry        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       CggsnQosPhbToDscpMapEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry which denotes mapping of different DS PHBs to the 
        DSCP.
        "
    INDEX    { cggsnQosDiffServPhb }
    ::= { cggsnQosPhbToDscpMapTable 1 }

CggsnQosPhbToDscpMapEntry        ::= SEQUENCE {
     cggsnQosDiffServPhb         INTEGER,
     cggsnQosDscp                INTEGER
     }

cggsnQosDiffServPhb              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       INTEGER {
                                     signallingClass(1),
                                     efClass(2),
                                     afClass1Low(3),
                                     afClass1Medium(4),
                                     afClass1High(5),
                                     afClass2Low(6),
                                     afClass2Medium(7),
                                     afClass2High(8),
                                     afClass3Low(9),
                                     afClass3Medium(10),
                                     afClass3High(11),
                                     afClass4Low(12),
                                     afClass4Medium(13),
                                     afClass4High(14),
                                     bestEffort(15)
                                 }
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object denotes the various possible values of PHB.

         It can take up one of the foll: values -
            signallingClass(1) - Signalling class
            efClass(2) - expedited forwarding class
            afClass1Low(3) - assured forwarding class 1
                             low drop precedence
            afClass1Medium(4) - assured forwarding class 1
                             medium drop precedence
            afClass1High(5) - assured forwarding class 1
                             high drop precedence
            afClass2Low(6) - assured forwarding class 2
                             low drop precedence
            afClass2Medium(7) - assured forwarding class 2
                             medium drop precedence
            afClass2High(8) - assured forwarding class 2
                             high drop precedence
            afClass3Low(9) - assured forwarding class 3
                             low drop precedence
            afClass3Medium(10) - assured forwarding class 3
                             medium drop precedence
            afClass3High(11) - assured forwarding class 3
                             high drop precedence
            afClass4Low(12) - assured forwarding class 4
                             low drop precedence
            afClass4Medium(13) - assured forwarding class 4
                             medium drop precedence
            afClass4High(14) - assured forwarding class 4
                             high drop precedence
            bestEffort(15) - best effort class
        "
    ::= { cggsnQosPhbToDscpMapEntry 1 }

cggsnQosDscp                  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                    INTEGER (0 .. 63)
    MAX-ACCESS                read-write
    STATUS                    current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object denotes the DSCP for the corresponding PHB
        defined by cggsnQosDiffServPhb.

        The values recommended for the various values of 
        cggsnQosDiffServPhb are:
            signallingClass - '101000'
            efClass         - '101110'
            afClass1Low     - '001010'
            afClass1Medium  - '001100'
            afClass1High    - '001110'
            afClass2Low     - '010010'
            afClass2Medium  - '010100'
            afClass2High    - '010110'
            afClass3Low     - '011010'
            afClass3Medium  - '011100'
            afClass3High    - '011110'
            afClass4Low     - '100010'
            afClass4Medium  - '100100'
            afClass4High    - '100110'
            bestEffort      - '000000'
        "
    ::= { cggsnQosPhbToDscpMapEntry 2 }
 
cggsnQosUmtsDscpUnmodified    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                    INTEGER {
                                up(1),
                                down(2),
                                all(3),
                                none(4)
                              }
    MAX-ACCESS                read-write
    STATUS                    current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines if the DSCP in the subscriber datagram
         will be forwarded in the uplink/downlink path with or without
         modification.

         The various values that this object can take up are:
                up(1) - DSCP will not be modified in the uplink 
                        path alone
                down(2) - DSCP will not be modified in downlink 
                         path alone
                all(3) - DSCP will not be modified in both 
                         uplink/downlink path
                none(4) - DSCP will be modified both in uplink and 
                         in downlink path
        "
    DEFVAL { none }
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsQos 3 }

cggsnQosUmtsCac    OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                        ::= { cggsnQosUmtsQos 4 }


cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafClass        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            UmtsQosTrafficClass
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-write
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is to map the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
        signaling traffic to one of UMTS traffic class.

        Only 'interactive' or 'background' traffic class can be
        set to this object.

        If the traffic class is set to 'interactive', then the
        priority has to be set in cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafHandPri."
    DEFVAL { interactive }
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 1 }

cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafHandPri      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            INTEGER {
                                          priority1(1),
                                          priority2(2),
                                          priority3(3)
                                      }
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-write
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is to set the priority of traffic handling
        for interactive class. This object can be set only if
        the traffic class is set to 'interactive' in
        cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafClass."
    DEFVAL { priority1 }
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 2 }                           

cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       SEQUENCE OF CggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Call Admission Control (CAC) is to ensure that network 
        resources are not oversubscribed to protect real-time traffic 
        such as voice (conversational) and video (streaming), etc. 
        Therefore before admitting a new PDP create, call admission 
        control will be performed to ensure there is sufficient 
        resource for the new PDP create request.

        This table contains policy profiles (containing all the QOS
        parameter needed for the PDP activation) which can be attached 
        to the one or more APN.

        The SNMP entity adds a conceptual row to this table when
        the user configures a policy profile.

        The SNMP entity deletes a conceptual row from this table when
        the user removes the policy profile. However, if there is
        an APN associated with this policy, the conceptual row cannot
        be deleted.

        The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row when the user
        changes any QOS parameters of the profile. However, if there 
        are existing PDP contexts in the APN which is using this 
        policy, the maximum QOS parameter can only be changed to 
        greater or higher than previous configuration.
        "
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 3 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            CggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry in this table contains a set of QOS parameter
        needed for the PDP activation (policy profile)."
    INDEX { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyName }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable 1 }

CggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry        ::= SEQUENCE {
    cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyName             SnmpAdminString,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacRowStatus              RowStatus,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxPdp                 Unsigned32,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacPdpThreshold           Unsigned32,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxTrafficClass        UmtsQosTrafficClass,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxTrafHandPrio        INTEGER,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThruPut             Unsigned32,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThruPutReject       TruthValue,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClass          INTEGER,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClassRej       TruthValue
}

cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyName             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            SnmpAdminString (SIZE (1..40))
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is the CAC policy name which will be attached
        to one or more APN's." 
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 1 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacRowStatus              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is used to create a new row or delete an
        existing row in this table.

        To create a row, set this object to 'createAndGo'.

        To delete a row, set this object to 'destroy'."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 2 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxPdp                 OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines maximum number of  PDPs that can be 
        created. If total number of activated PDPs exceeds the maximum  
        number, the PDP context will be rejected.

        Value '0' means there is no limit on PDP context creation."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 3 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacPdpThreshold           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines the threshold value to accept only
        PDP context with allocation/retention priority 1 when the
        threshold is reached.

        This object can be set only when cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxPdp is
        set to some value and also the this object should have lesser
        value that cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxPdp.

        Value '0' means PDP context creation with allocation/retention 
        will not be checked."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 4 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxTrafficClass        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            UmtsQosTrafficClass
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines the highest traffic class that can be
        accepted. If the requested traffic class is higher than
        configured one, the PDP context create request will be
        rejected. Traffic class can not be downgraded."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 5 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxTrafHandPrio        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            INTEGER {
                                          none(0),
                                          priority1(1),
                                          priority2(2),
                                          priority3(3)
                                      }
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines the priority for the traffic class
        set in cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxTrafficClass, but this priority
        is applicable only for traffic class type 'interactive'.

        If not set, then any priority will be accepted."
    DEFVAL { none }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 6 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThruPut             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines highest peak throughput class for 
        R97/98 QoS can be accepted in a particular APN. This is used 
        only for GTP v0 PDP or GTP v1 PDP containing R97/98 QoS. If 
        the requested Peak throughput class is higher than highest 
        number, the request will be either downgrade to the value set,
        or rejected. If this object is not set, it will be mapped to 
        R99 maximum bit rate rules for determining R99 attributes from 
        R97/98 attributes that is defined in 23.107. The Maximum Bit 
        Rate parameter will be applied.

        If the value is set to '0', then any throughput will be 
        accepted."
    REFERENCE
        "3GPP; QoS Concept and Architecture. 3G TS 23.107"
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 7 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThruPutReject       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is used for downgrading or PDP to be rejected
         when cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThroughPut is set.

         'true'  - Reject the exceeding max throughput traffic.
         'false' - Downgrade to the max throughput value set in
                   cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThruPut
         
         This object can be set to 'true', only when 
         cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThruPut is set to a non-zero value."
    DEFVAL { false }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 8 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClass          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            INTEGER {
                                         none(0),
                                         delayClass1(1),
                                         delayClass2(2),
                                         delayClass3(3),
                                         delayClass4(4)
                                      }
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines highest delay class for R97/98 QoS 
        can be accepted in a particular APN. This object is used only 
        for GTP v0 PDP, or GTP v1 PDP containing R97/98 QoS. If Delay 
        class is higher than highest number, the request will be either 
        downgraded to the configured number, or rejected. If this 
        object is not set, the request will be mapped to R99 
        Interactive or Background traffic class based on the rules 
        for determining R99 attributes from R97/98 attributes that is 
        defined in 23.107.  The Highest Traffic Handling Priority will 
        be applied if the class is mapped Interactive traffic class."
    REFERENCE
        "3GPP; QoS Concept and Architecture. 3G TS 23.107"
    DEFVAL { none }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 9 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClassRej       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is used for downgrading or PDP to be rejected
         when cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClass is set.

         'true'  - Reject the exceeding max delay class.
         'false' - Downgrade to the max delay class value set in
                   cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClass

         This object can be set to 'true', only when 
         cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClass is set to a delay class."
    DEFVAL { false }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyEntry 10 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       SEQUENCE OF CggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guranateed Bit rate
        that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and
        downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is
        taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF.

        The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user
        configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with
        either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a 
        corresponding conceptual row existing in 
        cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.

        The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user
        deletes the MBR/GBR config or the corresponding conceptual
        row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. However, if
        some PDP context is active in the APN using this policy,
        then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted.

        The SNMP entity modifes the conceptual row, when the user
        changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter. 
        However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this
        policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than
        the previously configured."
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 4 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            CggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry which has all the details of each traffic class
        with their MBR/GBR values for uplink/downlink traffic and
        also the condition for rejecting or downgrading if the
        requested MBR/GBR exceeds."
    INDEX { cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyName,
            cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTrafClass,
            cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRateType,
            cggsnUmtsQosCacTcDirection }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable 1 }

CggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry  ::= SEQUENCE {
    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTrafClass       UmtsQosTrafficClass,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRateType     INTEGER,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcDirection       INTEGER,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcRowStatus       RowStatus,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRate         Integer32,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcReject          TruthValue
}

cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTrafClass            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            UmtsQosTrafficClass
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the umts traffic class for which
        MBR/GBR in uplink/downlink has to be set.

        When cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRateType is set to 'guaranteed',
        the values 'conversational' and 'streaming' can only be
        set to this object."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry 1 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRateType          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            INTEGER {
                                          maximum(1),
                                          guaranteed(2)
                                      }
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the type of bit rate applicable for
        traffic class denoted by cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTrafClass."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry 2 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacTcDirection            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            INTEGER {
                                         uplink(1),
                                         downlink(2)
                                      }
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the direction of traffic."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry 3 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacTcRowStatus            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is used to create a new row or delete an
        existing row in this table.

        To create a row, set this object to 'createAndGo'.
        cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRate is mandatory object for creating
        a row.

        To delete a row, set this object to 'destroy'."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry 4 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRate              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            Integer32 (1..8640)
    UNITS                             "Kbps"
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the MBR/GBR allowed for the traffic
        class defined by cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTrafClass."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry 5 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacTcReject               OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is to specify whether the requested MBR/GBR
        be downgraded or PDP to be rejected if the requested MBR/GBR
        exceeds the value set in cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRate.

        'true' -  The request will be rejected if exceeded.
        'false' - The requested MBR will be downgraded if
                  exceeded."
    DEFVAL { false }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry 6 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolTable       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       SEQUENCE OF CggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                   not-accessible
    STATUS                       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table defines allocation of virtual bandwidth pool for
        the traffic classes. Basically there are two types of bandwidth
        pool, Physical & Virtual. Physical bandwidth is the egress
        interface bandwidth. It is not supported and will not be 
        explained more.

        Virtual bandwidth is user defined bandwidth. Virtual bandwidth 
        provides an easy and flexible way to implement bandwidth pool 
        for call admission control to avoid physical bandwidth 
        limitations. In contrast to per-interface based physical 
        bandwidth management, Virtual bandwidth management is per-APN 
        based, that is, each APN has its own pool to admit request.  
        To use this type of bandwidth, user needs to make assumption of 
        what interface type and total bandwidth of Gi and Gn in both 
        directions to allocate bandwidth for each class.

        The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user
        configures the bandwidth pool with some bandwidth value in the
        range described in cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolBWVal.

        The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row, when the user
        deletes the bandwidth pool. However, if the bandwidth pool is 
        associated with an APN or if bandwidth is currently been
        utilised, then the conceptual row cannot be deleted.

        The SNMP entity modifes the conceptual row, when the user
        changes the bandwidth value. However, if any PDP context is 
        active in the APN using this pool, then the bandwidth value 
        can be changed to higher than the previously configured."
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 5 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolEntry            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            CggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry in this table holds the total bandwidth that
        this pool provides and the corresponding allocation to
        the traffic classes."
    INDEX { cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolName }
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolTable 1 }

CggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolEntry    ::= SEQUENCE {
    cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolName         SnmpAdminString,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolRowStatus    RowStatus,
    cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolBWVal        Unsigned32
}

cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolName             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            SnmpAdminString (SIZE (1..40))
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is the name of the virtual bandwidth pool
        which will be attached to the APN."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolEntry 1 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolRowStatus        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is used to create a new row or delete an
        existing row in this table.

        To create a row, set this object to 'createAndGo'.

        To delete a row, set this object to 'destroy'."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolEntry 2 }

cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolBWVal            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            Unsigned32(1..4294967295)
    UNITS                             "Kbps"
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current        
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines the total bandwidth for this pool.
        This object is a must while creating a row in this table."
    ::= { cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolEntry 3 }

cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassTable    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                      SEQUENCE OF CggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry
    MAX-ACCESS                  not-accessible
    STATUS                      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table is the sub table of cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolTable.
        This contains all the traffic class bandwidth allocation in
        percentage or absolute value. The total value of the 
        bandwidth allocated for different traffic class per pool
        must not exceed 100 percent or the absolute 
        value (4294967295).

        The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user 
        configures the bandwidth allocation for the traffic class 
        defined in cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClass and if the corresponding 
        conceptual row is present in cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolTable.

        The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s) when the user
        unconfigures the bandwidth allocation for the traffic class
        or the corresponding conceptual row is deleted from
        cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolTable. However, if there are active PDP
        in the APN using this pool, then the conceptual row cannot
        be deleted.

        The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row when the user
        changes the bandwidth allocation for a traffic class. However,
        if there are active PDPs in the APN using this pool, then only
        value greater than previous allocation is accepted." 
    ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 6 } 

cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry          OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX                            CggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible 
    STATUS                            current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Each entry in this table holds the allocation of
        bandwidth for a traffic class in percentage or absolute
        value."
    INDEX { cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolName,
            cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClass }
    ::= { cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassTable 1 }

CggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
    cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClass           UmtsQosTrafficClass,
    cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassRowStatus  RowStatus,
    cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPercent    TruthValue,
    cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPerVal     Integer32,
    cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassAbsVal     Unsigned32,
    cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassAvailBw    Unsigned32
}

cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClass               OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            UmtsQosTrafficClass
    MAX-ACCESS                        not-accessible
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object defines the traffic class for which the
        allocation of bandwidth is needed."
    ::= { cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry 1 }

cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassRowStatus      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is used to create a new row or delete an
        existing row in this table.

        To create a row, set this object to 'createAndGo'.

        To delete a row, set this object to 'destroy'." 
    ::= { cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry 2 }

cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPercent        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object is to specify whether the bandwidth allocation
        should be considered as percentage or absolute value.
        If this object is set to 'true', then the bandwidth reserved 
        will be in percentage, given by cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPerVal. 
        If this object is set to 'false', then the bandwidth reserved 
        will be in absolute value given by 
        cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassAbsVal.  All the entries can either
        have the unit as percent or absolute but not both."
    DEFVAL { false }
    ::= { cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry 3 }

cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPerVal         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            Integer32(0..100)
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object denotes the percent of bandwidth allocated for
        the traffic class set in cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClass. This object 
        will be valid and can be set only if
        cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPercent is set to 'true'."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry 4 }

cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassAbsVal         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-create
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object denotes the absolute value of bandwidth allocated
        for the traffic class set in cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClass. This 
        object will be valid and can be set only if
        cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPercent is set to 'false'." 
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry 5 }

cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassAvailBw        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                            Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)
    MAX-ACCESS                        read-only
    STATUS                            current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object denotes the absolute available bandwidth left
        unused for traffic class set in cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClass."
    ::= { cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassEntry 6 }

--
-- Conformances definitions
--

cggsnQosMIBConformances   OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                           ::= { cggsnQosMIB 2 }

cggsnQosMIBCompliances    OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                           ::= { cggsnQosMIBConformances 1 }
cggsnQosMIBGroups         OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                           ::= { cggsnQosMIBConformances 2 }
--
-- Compliances statements
--

cggsnQosMIBCompliance   MODULE-COMPLIANCE
        STATUS          obsolete
        DESCRIPTION
             "The compliance statements for entities which
             implement the CISCO GGSN QOS MIB.

             This compliance has been deprecated by 
             cggsnQosMIBComplianceRev1."
        MODULE      -- this module
        MANDATORY-GROUPS { cggsnQosGeneralConfigGroup,
                           cggsnQosCanonicalQosGroup
                         }
        ::= { cggsnQosMIBCompliances  1 }

cggsnQosMIBComplianceRev1 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
        STATUS            deprecated
        DESCRIPTION
             "The compliance statements for entities which
             implement the CISCO GGSN QOS MIB."
        MODULE      -- this module
        MANDATORY-GROUPS { cggsnQosGeneralConfigGroup,
                           cggsnQosCanonicalQosGroup,
                           cggsnQosUmtsQosGroup
                         }
        ::= { cggsnQosMIBCompliances  2 }

cggsnQosMIBComplianceRev2 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
        STATUS            current
        DESCRIPTION
             "The compliance statements for entities which
             implement the CISCO GGSN QOS MIB."
        MODULE      -- this module
        MANDATORY-GROUPS { cggsnQosGeneralConfigGroup,
                           cggsnQosCanonicalQosGroup,
                           cggsnQosUmtsQosGroup,
                           cggsnQosUmtsCacGroup
                         }
        OBJECT           cggsnUmtsQosCacRowStatus
        SYNTAX           INTEGER { active(1),
                                   createAndGo(4),
                                   destroy(6)
                                 }
        DESCRIPTION
             "The states notInService(2), notReady(3) and
             createAndWait(5) need not be supported."
        OBJECT           cggsnUmtsQosCacTcRowStatus
        SYNTAX           INTEGER { active(1),
                                   createAndGo(4),
                                   destroy(6)
                                 }
        DESCRIPTION
             "The states notInService(2), notReady(3) and
             createAndWait(5) need not be supported."
        OBJECT           cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolRowStatus
        SYNTAX           INTEGER { active(1),
                                   createAndGo(4),
                                   destroy(6)
                                 }
        DESCRIPTION
             "The states notInService(2), notReady(3) and
             createAndWait(5) need not be supported."
        OBJECT           cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassRowStatus
        SYNTAX           INTEGER { active(1),
                                   createAndGo(4),
                                   destroy(6)
                                 }
        DESCRIPTION
             "The states notInService(2), notReady(3) and
             createAndWait(5) need not be supported."
        ::= { cggsnQosMIBCompliances  3 }


-- units of conformance

cggsnQosGeneralConfigGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS                { cggsnQosMappingMethod,
                             cggsnQosMappedIpTos,
                             cggsnQosCurrentPdps
                           }
    STATUS                 current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing general Qos 
        configurations."
    ::= { cggsnQosMIBGroups 1 }

cggsnQosCanonicalQosGroup  OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS                { cggsnQosTotalBandwidthResrc,
                             cggsnQosCurrentUsedBandwidth,
                             cggsnQosPremiumMtDeviationFactor,
                             cggsnQosBestEffrtBandWidthFactor,
                             cggsnQosPremiumMeanThroughput,
                             cggsnQosNormalMeanThroughput,
                             cggsnQosBestEffortMeanThroughput
                           }
    STATUS                 current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects specific to Canonical Qos
        on GGSN."
    ::= { cggsnQosMIBGroups 2 }

cggsnQosUmtsQosGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS                { cggsnQosUmtsDiffServPhbgroup,
                             cggsnQosUmtsPdps,
                             cggsnQosDscp,
                             cggsnQosUmtsDscpUnmodified
                           }
    STATUS                 current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects pertaining to the Umts Qos on
        GGSN.
        "
    ::= { cggsnQosMIBGroups 3 }

cggsnQosUmtsCacGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS                { cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafClass,
                             cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafHandPri,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacRowStatus,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxPdp,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacPdpThreshold,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxTrafficClass,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxTrafHandPrio,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThruPut,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxThruPutReject,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClass,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacMaxDelayClassRej,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacTcRowStatus,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacTcBitRate,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacTcReject,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolRowStatus,
                             cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolBWVal,
                             cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassRowStatus,
                             cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPercent,
                             cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassPerVal,
                             cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassAbsVal,
                             cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassAvailBw
                           }
    STATUS                 current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects pertaining to the CAC on GGSN."
    ::= { cggsnQosMIBGroups 4 }

END