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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-IETF-MEGACO-MIB
-- 
-- This MIB module is based on the Internet Draft 
-- draft-ietf-megaco-mib-05.txt. 
-- In terms of object syntax and semantics, the content of this Cisco 
-- MIB is the same as the corresponding Internet Draft revision.
-- This Cisco MIB was created due to the "subject to change" nature 
-- of Internet Drafts. 
--
-- This Cisco MIB may later be deprecated, and the stable RFC, which 
-- may replace the Internet Draft, may be implemented in its place.
-- 
-- April 2003, Margaret Hsieh
--
-- Copyright (c) 2003 by cisco Systems, Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
--
--********************************************************************* 
      
CISCO-IETF-MEGACO-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN 
      
IMPORTS 
       MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, 
       Counter32, Integer32, IpAddress, Unsigned32 
               FROM SNMPv2-SMI 
      
       TEXTUAL-CONVENTION, 
       RowStatus, TestAndIncr, AutonomousType, TimeStamp      
               FROM SNMPv2-TC 
      
       MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP                      
               FROM SNMPv2-CONF 
      
       SnmpAdminString                             
               FROM SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB 
      
       InterfaceIndex                              
               FROM IF-MIB 

       ciscoExperiment
               FROM CISCO-SMI;

      
      
ciscoIetfMegacoMIB MODULE-IDENTITY 
    LAST-UPDATED   "200304281200Z" 
    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-voice-gateway@cisco.com"

    DESCRIPTION 
        "This MIB module is based on the Internet Draft 
         draft-ietf-megaco-mib-05.txt. 

         It defines the attributes of Megaco protocol. 
         Reference: ITU H.248 (Rev. COM16-107)."
          
    REVISION       "200304281200Z"
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Initial version of this MIB module." 
      
    ::= { ciscoExperiment 99999 }
      
-- *****************************************************************  
--  
-- OID For the MIB 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
ciscoIetfMegacoMIBNotifs     OBJECT IDENTIFIER::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIB 0 } 
ciscoIetfMegacoMIBObjects    OBJECT IDENTIFIER::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIB 1 } 
      
      
-- *****************************************************************  
-- Abbreviations/Terminologies
--
-- Media Gateway Link - A signaling channels that is identified by an
--                      IP address and a UDP port of a media gateway.
--                      A media gateway can have one or more links 
--                      (one or more signaling channels)
--      
-- H248 - Media Gateway Control Protocol, ITU H.248
--
-- *****************************************************************  
--
--
-- *****************************************************************  
--  
-- CISCO-IETF-MEGACO-MIB 
--  
-- The Media Gateway MIB contains 4 (object) groups 

-- cmedConfiguration  
--    This group consists of all the configuration related 
--    information pertained with the Media Gateways and 
--    Media Gateway Controllers in the network being managed. 
--    This group contains the following three tables: 
--    cmedLinkIdTable - Table used to provide the linkId to create 
--                      new entries in the gateway table 
--    cmedGatewayConfigTable - Table provides the list of 
--                             gateways in the network and their 
--                             configuration 
--    cmedGwyControllerTable - Table provides the list of 
--                             media gateway controllers in 
--                             the network and their 
--                             configuration 
-- cmedStatistics 
--    This group consists of all the statistics related information 
--    pertained with the gateways. This group contains the following
--    table: 
--    cmedGatewayStatsTable - Table provides the gateway statistics 
--                            and related information 
--  
-- cmedConnections 
--    This group consists of the connections, terminations and their 
--    properties related information for the gateways being managed 
--    This group contains the following three tables: 
--    cmedTermIdTable - Table used to provide the manager the next 
--                      available termination Id. 
--    cmedTerminationsTable - Table provides the list of 
--                            terminations and their configuration
--                            & status 
--    cmedPropertyProfileTable - Table provides the list of profiles 
--                               that are being supported by the 
--                               gateway 
--  
-- cmedProperties 
--    For Future Extension 
--  
--  
-- *****************************************************************  
--
-- *****************************************************************  
--  
-- Group Objects 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
cmedConfiguration  
    OBJECT IDENTIFIER::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIBObjects 1 } 
cmedStatistics     
    OBJECT IDENTIFIER::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIBObjects 2 } 
cmedConnections    
    OBJECT IDENTIFIER::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIBObjects 3 } 
cmedProperties     
    OBJECT IDENTIFIER::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIBObjects 4 } 
   
-- *****************************************************************  
--  
-- Textual conventions for the Media Gateway MIB 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
CMediaGatewayId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION  
        "Possible Media Gateway Id that can be used to identify 
         any media gateway uniquely" 
    SYNTAX         INTEGER (1..2147483647) 

CMediaGatewayLinkId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Possible Media Gateway Link Id that can be used to identify
         any media gateway link uniquely"
    SYNTAX      Unsigned32 (1..2147483647)
  
CMediaGatewayTermId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Possible Termination Id that can be used to identify
         any media gateway termination uniquely"
    SYNTAX      Unsigned32 (1..2147483647)

      
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- cmedLinkIdTable 
--   Cisco Media Gateway LinkId Table... 
-- 
--   Provides the manager with the nextId for use in creating a 
--   LinkId. There is one entry in this table for each MediaGateway. 
-- 
--   Link represents the signaling link between the media gateway  
--   and the media gateway controller. The following rules guide 
--   the creation of the LinkId 
-- 
--   (1) There could be more than one media gateways (cmedGatewayId) 
--       sharing the same signaling link (cmedLinkId). 
-- 
--   (2) A gateway may have many links (interfaces) towards the Media 
--       Gateway Controller but only the active link that is currently 
--       being used to communicate with the controller would be 
--       accounted in this table 
-- 
--   If this table isn't implemented, the manager would be 
--   responsible for providing the (unique) nextId (via retaining 
--   used id's, hashing, etc) 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
      
cmedLinkIdTable OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF CmedLinkIdEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible 
    STATUS      current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This table contains a nextLinkId for each Gateway. 
         It provides the manager with the nextLinkId for use 
         in creating new Gateway Table Entries." 
    ::= { cmedConfiguration 1} 
      
cmedLinkIdEntry OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX      CmedLinkIdEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible 
    STATUS      current 
    DESCRIPTION  
        "This table contains the NextLinkId for this Gateway 
         and is indexed by mediaGatewayId." 
    INDEX       { cmedGatewayId } 
    ::= { cmedLinkIdTable 1 } 
      
CmedLinkIdEntry ::= SEQUENCE 
    { 
        cmedNextLinkId     TestAndIncr          
    } 
      
cmedNextLinkId  OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX      TestAndIncr 
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write 
    STATUS      current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The Next Value for a cmedGatewayLinkId.  Assists the 
         manager in selecting a value for cmedGatewayLinkId. 
         Using the TestAndIncr syntax, A Manager will 'lock' this 
         variable, ensuring single access." 
    ::= { cmedLinkIdEntry 1 } 
      
      
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- cmedGatewayConfigTable 
-- 
--   The Media Gateway Configuration Table... 
--    
--   There would be one entry in this table and is indexed by  
--   (cmedGatewayId, cmedGatewayLinkId). The table is guided by 
--   the following rules: 
--    
--   (1) There is one entry in this table for each MediaGateway 
--       SignallingLink. 
-- 
--   (2) Even though gateways could share the signaling link, they 
--       could have different IP Address and/or Port Number. 
--       In order to accommodate that, the table is indexed by 
--       both cmedGatewayId and cmedGatewayLinkId. 
--    
--   (3) Virtual MGs need not have to be represented as a separate 
--       entry in this table
--
-- *****************************************************************  
      
cmedGatewayConfigTable OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        SEQUENCE OF CmedGatewayConfigEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "A list of cmedGatewayConfigEntry objects." 
    ::= { cmedConfiguration 2 } 
      
cmedGatewayConfigEntry OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        CmedGatewayConfigEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Entry holding configuration information about a 
         group of Media Gateway Controllers sharing the same 
         signaling link."
    INDEX         { cmedGatewayId, cmedGatewayLinkId } 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigTable 1 } 
      
CmedGatewayConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE 
    { 
        cmedGatewayId                   CMediaGatewayId,
        cmedGatewayLinkId               CMediaGatewayLinkId,
        cmedGatewayLinkName             SnmpAdminString,
        cmedGatewayIPAddress            IpAddress,
        cmedGatewayPort                 Integer32,
        cmedGatewayEncodingScheme       INTEGER,
        cmedGatewayProtocol             INTEGER,
        cmedGatewaySigTptProtocol       INTEGER,
        cmedGatewayAdminStatus          INTEGER,
        cmedGatewayOperStatus           INTEGER,
        cmedGatewayLastStatusChange     TimeStamp,
        cmedGatewayResetStatistics      INTEGER,
        cmedGatewayRowStatus            RowStatus
    } 
      
      
cmedGatewayId     OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        CMediaGatewayId 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The unique Media Gateway Id which identifies this 
         media gateway" 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 1 } 
      
cmedGatewayLinkId OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        CMediaGatewayLinkId
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The unique link id which identifies the signaling 
         link that this gateway uses to communicate with the  
         Gateway Controllers to form an H.248 association." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 2 } 
      
cmedGatewayLinkName OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        SnmpAdminString ( SIZE (0..255) )
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "A descriptive name of this signaling link / media  
         gateway combination" 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 3 } 
      
cmedGatewayIPAddress OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        IpAddress 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The IP address that the Media Gateway Controller 
         will use to communicate with the Media Gateway. 
         This object reflects the IP address over control
         PVC that user configures in cMediaGwIpConfigTable.

         The value 0.0.0.0 is returned if the entry is 
         invalid." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 4 } 
      
cmedGatewayPort OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Integer32 (0..65535) 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "TCP/UDP port number that the Media Gateway Controller will  
         use to communicate with the Media Gateway. The value 
         0 is returned if the entry is invalid." 
    DEFVAL { 2944 } 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 5 } 
      
cmedGatewayEncodingScheme OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                      text         (1), 
                      binary       (2) 
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The encoding scheme that would be used to encode the H.248 
         messages that are sent/received to/from the gateway  
         controller" 
    DEFVAL { text } 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 6 } 
      
cmedGatewayProtocol OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                      notApplicable(1),
                      other        (2),
                      dss1Ip       (3),
                      ipdc         (4),
                      megacov1     (5),
                      megacov2     (6), 
                      mgcp         (7)
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Type of the control protocol in use 
             notApplicable (1) - 
             other         (2) - Other (none from the list below) 
             dss1-ip       (3) - Q931+ 
             ipdc          (4) - IPDC 
             megacov1      (5) - MEGACO/H.248 Version 1 
             megacov2      (6) - MEGACO/H.248 Version 2 
             mgcp          (7) - MGCP "
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 7 } 
      
cmedGatewaySigTptProtocol OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                      tcp          (1),   
                      udp          (2),   
                      sctp         (3), 
                      other        (4) 
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Type of the transport protocol that is being used to 
         transport the H.248 signaling traffic" 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 8 } 
      
cmedGatewayAdminStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                      up      (1), 
                      down    (2), 
                      testing (3) 
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The desired state of the gateway.  
         The testing(3) state indicates that no signaling 
         packets can be passed.  
         When a managed system initializes, all gateways start 
         with cmedGatewayAdminStatus in the down(2) state.  
         As a result of either explicit management action or 
         per configuration information retained by the 
         managed system, cmedGatewayAdminStatus is then changed 
         to either the up(1) or testing(3) states (or remains in 
         the down(2) state)." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 9 } 
      
cmedGatewayOperStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                      up     (1),
                      down   (2),
                      testing(3),
                      unknown(4)
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The current operational state of the gateway.  
             up     (1) - ready to communicate with MGC 
             down   (2) 
             testing(3) - in some test mode 
             unknown(4) - status can not be determined for some 
                          reason. 
         The testing(3) state indicates that no signaling packets 
         can be passed.  
         If cmedGatewayAdminStatus is down(2) then  
         cmedGatewayOperStatus should be down(2).
         If cmedGatewayAdminStatus is changed to up(1) then  
         cmedGatewayOperStatus should change to up(1) if the  
         gateway is ready to transmit and receive signaling  
         traffic; it should remain in the down(2) state if and  
         only if there is a fault that prevents it from going to  
         the up(1) state" 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 10 } 
      
cmedGatewayLastStatusChange OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        TimeStamp 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The value of sysUpTime at the time the associated 
         link entered its current operational status. If 
         the current status was entered prior to the last 
         re-initialization of the local network management 
         subsystem, then this object contains a zero value." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 11 } 
      
cmedGatewayResetStatistics OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                      notApplicable  (1),
                      other          (2),
                      reset          (3)
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This object can be used to reset all statistics
         collected for this media gateway link so far.
         Statistics will be reset when the object is SET
         to 'reset'.  Upon reset, the agent changes the value
         of this object to 'notApplicable'."
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 12 } 
      
cmedGatewayRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX         RowStatus 
    MAX-ACCESS     read-create 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This is used to create new rows, modify existing rows
         and to delete existing rows."
    ::= { cmedGatewayConfigEntry 13 } 
      
      
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- cmedGwyControllerTable 
-- 
--   The Media Gateway Controller Table... 
-- 
--   This table would provide information about the media gateway  
--   controllers in the network and their configuration. The rules 
--   that guide this table are: 
-- 
--   (1) This table consists a 'List' of Media Gateway Controllers  
--       (on a media gateway), and Configuration Information for 
--       these  Controllers. 
-- 
--   (2) An Entry in this Table is automatically created when a 
--       manager creates an entry in the cmedGatewayConfigTable
--       because even though the same MGC could manage many gateways,
--       they could have different logical IP address/Port number 
--       towards each of the gateway 
--
--   (3) There can be many logical gateways inside a physical 
--       gateway (cmedGatewayId) and there can be multiple media
--       gateway controllers (cmedGwyControllerId) and there can be
--       many links between "m" number of gateways and "n" number of 
--       controllers (cmedGatewayLinkId).
--          
--       The relationship can be, for example, as follows:
--
--      cmedGatewayId                       cmedGwyControllerId
--       +==========+   cmedGatewayLinkId     +==========+
--       |      mg1 |========================>|     mgc1 |
--       | +==========+          |            | +==========+
--       | |      mg2 |          +=============>|     mgc2 |
--       | | +==========+                     | | +==========+
--       +-| |      mg3 |======================>| |    mgc3  |
--         | |          |            |          | |          |
--         +-|          |            +===========>|          |
--           |          |                         |          |
--           +==========+                         +==========+
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
cmedGwyControllerTable OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CmedGwyControllerEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible 
    STATUS          current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "List of the Media Gateway Controllers that are managed 
         in the network" 
    ::= { cmedConfiguration 3 } 
      
cmedGwyControllerEntry OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX          CmedGwyControllerEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible 
    STATUS          current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Entry holding information about an individual 
         Media Gateway Controller." 
    INDEX          { cmedGatewayId, 
                     cmedGatewayLinkId,
                     cmedGwyControllerId } 
    ::= { cmedGwyControllerTable 1 } 
      
CmedGwyControllerEntry ::= SEQUENCE 
    { 
        cmedGwyControllerId             Unsigned32,
        cmedGwyControllerIPAddress      IpAddress,
        cmedGwyControllerPort           Integer32,
        cmedGwyControllerAdminStatus    INTEGER,
        cmedGwyControllerOperStatus     INTEGER
    }

cmedGwyControllerId OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Unsigned32 (1..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "An unique identification number that is assigned to 
         the gateway controller by the manager" 
    ::= { cmedGwyControllerEntry 1 } 
      
cmedGwyControllerIPAddress OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        IpAddress 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-write 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The IP address of the Media Gateway Controller. The 
         value 0.0.0.0 is returned if the entry is invalid." 
    ::= { cmedGwyControllerEntry 2 } 
      
cmedGwyControllerPort OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Integer32 (0..65535) 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-write 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "TCP port of the Media Gateway Controller. The value 
         0 is returned if the entry is invalid." 
    ::= { cmedGwyControllerEntry 3 } 
      
cmedGwyControllerAdminStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                           up      (1), 
                           down    (2), 
                           testing (3) 
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-write 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The desired state of the gateway.  
         The testing(3) state indicates that no signaling 
         packets can be passed.  
         When a managed system initializes, all gateways start 
         with cmedGwyControllerAdminStatus in the down(2)
         state. As a result of either explicit management action
         or per configuration information retained by the managed
         system, cmedGwyControllerAdminStatus is then 
         changed to either the up(1) or testing(3) states (or 
         remains in the down(2) state)." 
    ::= { cmedGwyControllerEntry 4 } 
      
cmedGwyControllerOperStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                           up      (1),
                           down    (2),
                           standby (3)
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The current operational state of the gateway controller.   
         The standby(3) state indicates that it is in the standby 
         mode and no signaling packets can be passed. If  
         cmedGwyControllerAdminStatus is down(2) then  
         cmedGwyControllerOperStatus should be down(2).
         If cmedGwyControllerAdminStatus is changed to 
         up(1), then cmedGwyControllerOperStatus should 
         change to up(1).
         If the gateway controller is ready to transmit and receive  
         signaling traffic; it should remain in the down(2) state 
         if and only if there is a fault that prevents it from 
         going to the up(1) state" 
    ::= { cmedGwyControllerEntry 5 } 
      
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- cmedGatewayStatsTable 
-- 
--   The Media Gateway Stats Table... 
-- 
--   This table provides the control protocol related statistics for 
--   the gateways that are being managed in the network. The rules  
--   that guide this table are: 
-- 
--   (1) There is one entry in this table for each 
--       MediaGateway/SignallingLink.  
--   (2) The Agent creates this table, when a GatewayConfigTable  
--       Entry is created. 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
cmedGatewayStatsTable OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        SEQUENCE OF CmedGatewayStatsEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "A list of mediaGatewayTableEntry objects." 
    ::= { cmedStatistics 1 } 
      
cmedGatewayStatsEntry OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        CmedGatewayStatsEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Entry holding statistics about a group of 
         media Gateway/signaling link pair  " 
    INDEX         { cmedGatewayId, cmedGatewayLinkId } 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsTable 1 } 
      
CmedGatewayStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE 
    { 
        cmedNumInMessages           Counter32,
        cmedNumInOctets             Counter32,
        cmedNumOutMessages          Counter32,
        cmedNumOutOctets            Counter32,
        cmedNumErrors               Counter32,
        cmedNumTimerRecovery        Counter32,
        cmedTransportNumLosses      Counter32,
        cmedTransportNumSwitchover  Counter32,
        cmedTransportTotalNumAlarms Counter32,
        cmedTransportLastEvent      INTEGER,
        cmedTransportLastEventTime  TimeStamp,
        cmedLastStatisticsReset     TimeStamp
    } 
      
cmedNumInMessages OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Total number of messages received on the link." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 1 } 
      
cmedNumInOctets OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Total number of octets received on the link." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 2 } 
      
cmedNumOutMessages OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Total number of messages sent on the link." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 3 } 
      
cmedNumOutOctets OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX         Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS     read-only 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Total number of octets sent on the link." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 4 } 
      
cmedNumErrors    OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX         Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS     read-only 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Total number of signaling-level errors encountered. 
         Includes, but is not limited to, number of bad 
         messages received, number of failures to sent a 
         message and number of other errors." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 5 } 
      
cmedNumTimerRecovery OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Total Number of timer recovery events since the 
         statistics was last reset. This reflects all protocol 
         timers that are supported (For H.248, T - start timer,  
         S - short timer, L - long timer, and Z - long duration  
         timer etc)" 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 6 } 
      
cmedTransportNumLosses OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Number of times a transport link was lost 
         (excluding switch-over cases). A link loss is defined 
         as loss of communication with the entity (MGC) due to 
         hardware/transient problems in the interface or other 
         related hardware/software" 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 7 } 
      
cmedTransportNumSwitchover OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Number of times when the signaling was switched 
         over to an alternative link. This includes  
         switchover due to the Handoffs initiated by the 
         gateway controllers" 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 8 } 
      
cmedTransportTotalNumAlarms OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Counter32 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Total number of all alarms issued for the transport 
         layer." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 9 } 
      
cmedTransportLastEvent OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                      notApplicable   (1),
                      other           (2),
                      linkUp          (3),
                      linkLoss        (4),
                      persistentError (5),
                      linkShutdown    (6),
                      switchOver      (7)
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION  
        "Last event reported by the transport layer. 
             notApplicable   (1) - Invalid/unknown. 
             other           (2) - None from the list below. 
             linkUp          (3) - Transport link is up. 
             linkLoss        (4) - Transport link loss. 
             persistentError (5) - No link - persistent error. 
             linkShutdown    (6) - Link is shut down. 
             switchOver      (7) - Fail-over."
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 10 } 
      
cmedTransportLastEventTime OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        TimeStamp 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The value of sysUpTime at the time when the event 
         specified by cmedTransportLastEvent occurred. 
         If the last event occurred prior to the last 
         re-initialization of the local network management 
         subsystem, then this object contains a zero value." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 11 } 
      
cmedLastStatisticsReset OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        TimeStamp 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-only 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The value of sysUpTime at the time when the 
         statistics were reset. If the reset occurred prior to 
         the last re-initialization of the local network 
         management subsystem, this object contains a zero 
         value." 
    ::= { cmedGatewayStatsEntry 12 } 
   
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- cmedTermIdTable 
-- 
--   TerminationId Table... 
-- 
--   This table provides unique TerminationId for the creation of 
--   an entry into the TerminationsTable. The following rules guide 
--   this table: 
-- 
--   (1) This table provides the manager with the nextId for use in  
--       creating a Termination. 
--       There is one entry in this table for each MediaGateway. 
--   (2) If this table isn't implemented, the manager would be 
--       responsible for providing the (unique) nextId (via 
--       retaining used id's, hashing, etc) 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
cmedTermIdTable OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        SEQUENCE OF CmedTermIdEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This table contains a nextTerminationId for each 
         Gateway. It provides the manager with the 
         nextTerminationId for use in creating a new 
         TerminationsTable Entry." 
    ::= { cmedConnections 1} 
      
cmedTermIdEntry OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        CmedTermIdEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This table contains a nextTerminationId for each 
         Gateway, and is indexed by mediaGatewayId." 
    INDEX        { cmedGatewayId } 
    ::= { cmedTermIdTable 1 } 
      
      
CmedTermIdEntry ::= SEQUENCE 
    { 
        cmedNextTerminationId    TestAndIncr
    } 
      
cmedNextTerminationId OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        TestAndIncr 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-write 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The Next Value for a MediaGateway TerminationId.  
         Assists the manager in selecting a value for 
         cmedTermId. 
         Using the TestAndIncr syntax, A Manager will 'lock' this 
         variable, ensuring single access." 
    ::= { cmedTermIdEntry 1 } 
      
      
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- cmedTerminationsTable 
-- 
--   This table provides the list of terminations available in 
--   the gateway and their corresponding profile information and 
--   related configuration information. 
--   The following rules guide this table: 
--   (1) There is one entry in this table for each Termination in a  
--       MediaGateway. 
--   (2) The list of terminations include terminations that are 
--       present for all the contexts that are present in the 
--       gateway (excluding the NULL context)(Subject to Discussion) 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
cmedTerminationsTable OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        SEQUENCE OF CmedTerminationsEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This table contains information about terminations 
         in a media gateway. It is a list of terminations. 
         The number of entries equals to the total number of 
         terminations for all contexts in a gateway." 
    ::= { cmedConnections 2} 
      
cmedTerminationsEntry OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        CmedTerminationsEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "It contains objects that describe a termination." 
    INDEX         { cmedGatewayId, cmedTermId } 
    ::= { cmedTerminationsTable 1 } 
      
   
CmedTerminationsEntry ::= SEQUENCE 
    { 
        cmedTermId                  CMediaGatewayTermId,
        cmedTermName                SnmpAdminString,
        cmedTermAdminStatus         INTEGER,
        cmedTermOperStatus          INTEGER,
        cmedTermInterfaceIdentifier InterfaceIndex,
        cmedTermPropertyProfileId   Unsigned32,
        cmedTermRowStatus           RowStatus
    } 

cmedTermId         OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX         CMediaGatewayTermId
    MAX-ACCESS     not-accessible 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "An unique identification number that is assigned to 
         the termination by a media gateway. This is the 
         TerminationId that would be used in the protocol 
         messages that are sent from the gateway" 
    ::= { cmedTerminationsEntry 1 } 
      
cmedTermName     OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX         SnmpAdminString ( SIZE (0..64) ) 
    MAX-ACCESS     read-create 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "A descriptive name that would describe this termination 
         and its use. For example, 'emergency-ds0-1' indicating 
         that this termination is reserved as an emergency DS0 
         channel" 
    ::= { cmedTerminationsEntry 2 } 
      
cmedTermAdminStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX         INTEGER { 
                          inService    (1), 
                          outOfService (2), 
                          testing      (3) 
                   } 
    MAX-ACCESS     read-create 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The desired state of the termination.  
         The testing(3) state indicates that no connections 
         can be created for this termination.  
         When a managed system initializes, all terminations
         start with cmedTermAdminStatus in the  
         outOfService(2) state.  As a result of either 
         explicit management action or per configuration 
         information retained by the managed system,  
         cmedTermAdminStatus is then changed to 
         either the inService(1) or testing(3) states
        (or remains in the outOfService(2) state)." 
    ::= { cmedTerminationsEntry 3 } 
      
cmedTermOperStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX         INTEGER { 
                         up      (1), 
                         down    (2), 
                         testing (3) 
                   } 
    MAX-ACCESS     read-only 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The current operational state of the termination.   
         The testing(3) state indicates that it is in the 
         testing mode and no connections can be created on it.
         If cmedTermAdminStatus is outOfService(2)
         then cmedTermOperStatus should be down(2).
         If cmedTermAdminStatus is changed to up(1)
         then cmedTermOperStatus should change to up (1)
         and the termination is ready to accept connections; 
         it should remain in the down(2) state if and only if
         there is a fault that prevents it from going to the 
         up(1) state" 
    ::= { cmedTerminationsEntry 4 } 
      
cmedTermInterfaceIdentifier OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         InterfaceIndex 
    MAX-ACCESS     read-create 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "A number that uniquely identifies the interface in 
         the physical gateway. This is the ifIndex in the ifTable,  
         that this termination would be using to communicate to  
         other gateways" 
    ::= { cmedTerminationsEntry 5 } 
      
cmedTermPropertyProfileId OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX         Unsigned32 (1..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS     read-create 
    STATUS         current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This determines the profile of the termination which  
         determines what kind of capabilities this termination has. 
         This is an index into the cmedPropertyProfileTable 
         which identifies all the profile that are available" 
    ::= { cmedTerminationsEntry 6 } 
      
cmedTermRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX          RowStatus 
    MAX-ACCESS      read-create 
    STATUS          current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This is used to create new rows in this table, 
         Modify existing rows, and to delete existing rows." 
    ::= { cmedTerminationsEntry 7 } 
      
      
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- cmedPropertyProfileTable 
-- 
--   The Media Gateway Property Profile Table... 
-- 
--   This table describes different profiles and the properties 
--   supported by each profile. The rules that guide this table are: 
-- 
--   (1) There are 'N' entries for each Gateway-PropertyProfile 
--   (2) Each entry is a supported property, thus this table gives 
--       a list of supported properties for each specified Profile. 
--   (3) Each Property is defined as an Object Identifier in the
--       various Package Mibs (like MEGACO-TONES-MIB etc).   
--   (4) That OID is used to identify the particular Package, 
--       and if the  Termination supports the property, this 
--       Package OID is included  in its list. 
--   (5) Terminations (in the TerminationsTable) will have a 
--       PropertyProfileId that indicates which PropertyProfile this 
--       Termination supports.  
--   (6) A Manager builds a Profile of properties, then ties each  
--       termination to a defined profile, via the PropertyProfileId 
--   (7) Vendors are encouraged to come up with different profiles 
--       for different scenarios in order to ensure 
--       inter-operability among different implementations 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
      
cmedPropertyProfileTable OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        SEQUENCE OF CmedPropertyProfileEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This table contains a list of the properties 
         supported in a Profile.  A Manager builds a Profile 
         of properties, then ties each termination to a 
         defined profile" 
    ::= { cmedConnections 3} 
      
cmedPropertyProfileEntry OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        CmedPropertyProfileEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Each row represents a default property of the 
         Property Profile N-entries per 
         mediaGatewayId/PropertyId, one entry per property." 
    INDEX         { cmedGatewayId, 
                    cmedPropertyProfileId, 
                    cmedPropertyProfileIndex } 
    ::= { cmedPropertyProfileTable 1 } 
      
CmedPropertyProfileEntry ::= SEQUENCE 
    { 
        cmedPropertyProfileId             Unsigned32,
        cmedPropertyProfileIndex          Unsigned32,
        cmedPropertyProfileProperty       AutonomousType,
        cmedPropertyProfileRowStatus      RowStatus
    } 
      
cmedPropertyProfileId OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Unsigned32 (1..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This PropertyProfile Identifier uniquely identifies
         this set of properties.  
         This is the value each termination would refer, 
         when they would like to support all the properties
         in this profile" 
    ::= { cmedPropertyProfileEntry 1 } 
      
cmedPropertyProfileIndex OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Unsigned32 (1..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This is the index to the PropertyProfile This is just 
         a 'counter' through the cmedPropertyProfile Table.  
         ie, property=1 property=2 etc." 
    ::= { cmedPropertyProfileEntry 2 } 
      
cmedPropertyProfileProperty OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        AutonomousType 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The Property supported by this Profile. 
         This is an Object ID (OID) defined in a package MIB  
         to identify a Particular property (such as AnalogLines, 
         Tones etc)." 
    ::= { cmedPropertyProfileEntry 3 } 
      
cmedPropertyProfileRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        RowStatus 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "It is used to create new rows in this table, modify 
         existing rows, and to delete existing rows." 
    ::= { cmedPropertyProfileEntry 4 } 
   
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- Conformance for the CISCO-IETF-MEGACO-MIB 
-- 
-- This object group provides list of groups to be conformed when  
-- managing different types of gateways, gateway controllers 
-- individually and both simultaneously from one single management 
-- entity. 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
ciscoIetfMegacoMIBConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIB 3 } 
      
      
-- *****************************************************************  
-- 
-- Conformance Object Groups 
-- 
-- There are two object groups 
-- 
-- cmedCompliances 
--   This group includes all the compliance statements 
--   (both mandatory and optional statements. 
-- 
-- cmedConfigGroups 
--   This group includes all the different groups that form the 
--   compliance statements 
-- 
-- *****************************************************************  
      
cmedCompliances   
    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIBConformance 1 } 
cmedConfigGroups    
    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoIetfMegacoMIBConformance 2 } 
      
      
-- Compliance 
      
cmedCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE 
    STATUS current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Compliance statement for entities which implement 
         the CISCO-IETF-MEGACO-MIB." 
    MODULE              -- this module 
    MANDATORY-GROUPS 
           { 
                cmedConfig, 
                cmedStatsGroup 
           } 
   
    GROUP cmedGwyControllerGroup 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This group is mandatory for all Systems that are gateway 
         controllers and are being managed over a distributed 
         environment" 
      
    GROUP cmedNextIdGroup 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This group is not mandatory for all the agent 
         implementations. But if this group is not implemented,
         then the manager is responsible for uniquely determining
         the nextId to be used in various listed objects." 
      
    GROUP cmedTermGroup 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This group is mandatory for the system that manages 
         terminations." 
      
::= { cmedCompliances 1 } 
      
      
-- Units of Conformance 
      
cmedConfig OBJECT-GROUP 
    OBJECTS { 
              cmedGatewayLinkName, 
              cmedGatewayIPAddress, 
              cmedGatewayPort, 
              cmedGatewayEncodingScheme, 
              cmedGatewayProtocol, 
              cmedGatewaySigTptProtocol, 
              cmedGatewayAdminStatus, 
              cmedGatewayOperStatus, 
              cmedGatewayLastStatusChange, 
              cmedGatewayResetStatistics,
              cmedGatewayRowStatus 
            } 
    STATUS current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This group contains of all the configuration Information
         for a Media Gateway. This group is mandatory for any 
         implementation managing a media gateway or a group of 
         media gateways" 
    ::= { cmedConfigGroups 1 } 
      
cmedStatsGroup OBJECT-GROUP 
    OBJECTS { 
              cmedNumInMessages, 
              cmedNumInOctets, 
              cmedNumOutMessages, 
              cmedNumOutOctets, 
              cmedNumErrors, 
              cmedNumTimerRecovery, 
              cmedTransportNumLosses, 
              cmedTransportNumSwitchover, 
              cmedTransportTotalNumAlarms, 
              cmedTransportLastEvent, 
              cmedTransportLastEventTime, 
              cmedLastStatisticsReset
            } 
    STATUS current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This group contains of all the statistics Information
         for a Media Gateway. This group is mandatory for any
         implementation managing a media gateway or a group of
         media gateways" 
    ::= { cmedConfigGroups 2 } 
      
cmedGwyControllerGroup OBJECT-GROUP 
    OBJECTS { 
              cmedGwyControllerIPAddress, 
              cmedGwyControllerPort, 
              cmedGwyControllerAdminStatus, 
              cmedGwyControllerOperStatus 
            } 
    STATUS current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This group contains of all the configuration Information
         for a Media Gateway Controller. This group is mandatory
         for any implementation managing a media gateway
         controller or a group of media gateway controllers. 
         It is also mandatory for implementations managing 
         media gateway(s)" 
    ::= { cmedConfigGroups 3 } 
      
cmedNextIdGroup OBJECT-GROUP 
    OBJECTS { 
              cmedNextTerminationId, 
              cmedNextLinkId 
            } 
    STATUS current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Agent provides NextId's to the Manager to assist in
         selecting and creating new table entries. 
         This group is optional for all the implementations.
         But when it is not implemented, it is the manager's 
         responsibility to uniquely determine these ids" 
    ::= { cmedConfigGroups 4 } 
      
cmedTermGroup OBJECT-GROUP 
    OBJECTS { 
              cmedTermName,
              cmedTermAdminStatus,
              cmedTermOperStatus,
              cmedTermInterfaceIdentifier,
              cmedTermPropertyProfileId,
              cmedTermRowStatus,
              cmedPropertyProfileProperty,
              cmedPropertyProfileRowStatus
            } 
    STATUS current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This group contains of all the configuration Information
         for a termination. This group is mandatory
         for any implementation managing termination."
    ::= { cmedConfigGroups 5 } 
      
END