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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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-- $Source#
-- *****************************************************************
-- CISCO-RMON-CONFIG-MIB.my:  Cisco RMON Configuration Extensions
--
-- January 1998, Andy Bierman
-- February 2001, Edward Pham
--
-- Copyright (c) 1998-2001 by cisco Systems, Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
-- 
-- *****************************************************************
--

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

IMPORTS
        MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, Integer32, Unsigned32
                FROM SNMPv2-SMI
        MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP
                FROM SNMPv2-CONF
        TruthValue
                FROM SNMPv2-TC
        ifIndex, InterfaceIndex
                FROM IF-MIB
        portCopyEntry
                FROM SMON-MIB
        ciscoMgmt
                FROM CISCO-SMI;


ciscoRmonConfigMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
        LAST-UPDATED    "200210080000Z"
        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-rmon@cisco.com"
        DESCRIPTION
            "This module defines configuration extensions for
            some of the IETF RMON MIBs.

            The following terms are used throughout this MIB:

               A span session is an association of one or more 
               destination(s) with a set of source(s), along with
               other parameters, to specify the network traffic to be
               monitored. Each span session is denoted by an unique
               number.

               The term 'remote span', also called 'RSPAN', refers to 
               the analysis of network traffic remotely, from 
               destination port(s) for one or more source ports, 
               distributed in one or more switches in a switched
               network, through a RSPAN VLAN."
        REVISION       "200210080000Z"
        DESCRIPTION
                "Added rmonMaxAlarms and rmonAlarmEnable."
        REVISION       "200104010000Z"
        DESCRIPTION
                "Add the portCopyReflectorPort mib object"
        REVISION       "200102220000Z"
        DESCRIPTION
                "Add the following mib objects:
                 portCopyDestLoVlanMask,
                 portCopyDestHiVlanMask,
                 portCopyOption,
                 portCopySessionNo,
                 portCopySessionType,
                 portCopyRemoveSrc, 
                 portCopyMaxIngressSessions,
                 portCopyMinEgressSessions."
        REVISION       "9812010000Z"
        DESCRIPTION
                "Updated the portCopyXTable;
                 portCopyDirection moved to SMON standard, and
                 multiple VLANs per source port now supported."
        
        ::= { ciscoMgmt 103 }

ciscoRmonConfigObjects        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoRmonConfigMIB 1 }
ciscoRmonConfigNotifications  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoRmonConfigMIB 2 }
ciscoRmonConfigConformance    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoRmonConfigMIB 3 }

ciscoRmon2ConfigObjects    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoRmonConfigObjects 1 }
ciscoSmonConfigObjects     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoRmonConfigObjects 2 }
ciscoSampleConfigObjects   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ciscoRmonConfigObjects 3 }
ciscoAlarmConfigObjects   OBJECT IDENTIFIER 
                             ::= { ciscoRmonConfigObjects 4 }

--
-- Extensions to the RMON-2 MIB
--

rmonTimeFilterMode OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
        stopAfterOne(1),
        stopAfterAll(2)
    }
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object controls the way the SNMP agent implements the
         getnext operation for tables with a TimeFilter index, such
         as those found in the RMON2-MIB module.

         If this object has the value `stopAfterOne(1)', then a GetNext
         or GetBulk operation will provide one pass through a given table,
         i.e., the agent will continue to the next object or table,
         instead of incrementing a TimeMark INDEX value, even if
         there exists higher TimeMark values which are valid for
         the same conceptual row.

         This mode is not strictly compliant with the TimeFilter textual
         convention definition, because potentially many conceptual rows
         will be skipped instead of returned in a GetNext or GetBulk
         operation.  Such rows are identical to each other, except for
         the returned TimeMark INDEX value. This mode is intended only
         for testing purposes, however it may also be useful if an NMS
         wishes to utilize the GetBulk PDU. This mode will prevent the
         GetBulk responses from containing duplicate rows due to the
         TimeFilter mechanism.

         If this object has the value `stopAfterAll(2)', then a getNext
         or getBulk MIB walk will repeat through the same MIB table until
         the TimeMark for the most-recently changed entry is reached.
         Note that as long as traffic occurs on the monitored interface,
         it is possible a highest value of the TimeFilter INDEX may
         never be reached. This mode is strictly compliant with the
         TimeFilter textual convention definition.  Note that GetBulk
         PDU responses in this mode will likely contain multiple copies
         of the same MIB instances, differing only in the TimeMark INDEX
         value.

         As an example, consider row 'fooEntry' which was last updated
         at 'time 1000'. An NMS may use any TimeMark INDEX value in the
         range '0' to '1000', and the current (i.e., time of get request)
         counter values for the 'fooEntry' will be returned by agent.
         In the 'stopAfterOne' mode, the agent will not increment
         the fooEntry TimeMark index under any conditions. In the
         'stopAfterAll' mode, the agent will increment any fooEntry
         TimeMark INDEX value in the range '0' to '999', up until
         the TimeMark value of '1000' is reached."
    DEFVAL { stopAfterAll }
::= { ciscoRmon2ConfigObjects 1 }

--
-- Extensions to the SMON MIB
--

portCopyXTable OBJECT-TYPE 

    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF PortCopyXEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible 
    STATUS      current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This table extends the port copy capability found in the 
         SMON MIB portCopyTable. This table is intended to augment 
         every portCopyEntry, but not all features provided may be 
         available on all RMON platforms. In such a case, a 
         particular MIB object will be implemented with read-only 
         access." 
::= { ciscoSmonConfigObjects 1 } 

portCopyXEntry  OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX      PortCopyXEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible 
    STATUS      current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Describes a particular port copy extension entry.

         When creating an entry in this table using the 'createAndwait'
         method, the following rules are applied:

         - no span consistency check is done for the entry until
         the entry is activated.  An entry will not be activated
         if it fails the span consistency check described for
         the 'createAndGo' method.

         -an instance remains in the 'notReady' state until the
         associated portCopyStatus changes to 'active'.

         When the agent processes a request of adding an entry
         using 'createAndGo' method or a request that sets the value
         of portCopyStatus object to 'active', the following rules
         are applied:

         The agent will add the entry to a span session having the same
         portCopySessionNo, or create a new session if it does not
         exist. To join an existing session, either portCopySource or
         portCopyDest, but not both, must exist in one of the entries
         from the same span session. In addition, the following actions
         will be taken after a successful join:

         1. The portCopyDirection, portCopyLoVlanMask, and
            portCopyHiVlanMask values will overwrite the existing
            values associated with this port copy session.

         2. The portCopyDestLoVlanMask, portCopyDestHiVlanMask, and
            portCopyOption values will overwrite the existing values
            associated the same portCopyDest and this port copy session.

         3. If the value of portCopyDest object does not exist in the
            existing span session, each of the ports identified in the
            portCopySource is added to this span session. 
            For example, given an existing span session having ports 
            1, 2, and 3 as source ports, and port A as the destination
            port, if an entry is added by an NMS with indices of (2,B),
            the agent will also add entries for the other source ports
            (e.g. (1,B) and (3,B)) to the session.  The same algorithm
            for adding entries will be applied if the portCopySource
            does not already belong to this span session.

         When the agent processes a request to change the RowStatus of
         an entry from 'active' to 'notInService', the following
         rules are applied:

         - That entry will be removed from its participating span
         session. The new RowStatus state will be 'notInService'.

         - all entries in the table that have the same value of
         portCopySessionNo and same value of portCopySource are
         also set to 'NotInService'.

         When agent processes a request to delete an entry, the
         following rules are applied:

         - the entry is simply removed if it is not currently active.

         - if the portCopySessionNo value is non-zero and the value of
         portCopyRemoveSrc object is set to 'true', then all entries 
         with the same value of portCopySessionNo and same value of 
         portCopySource are deleted.

         - if the portCopySessionNo value is non-zero and the value of
         portCopyRemoveSrc object is set to 'false', then all entries
         with the same value of portCopySessionNo and same
         value of portCopyDest are deleted.

         - if the last portCopy entry is removed from a session, 
         then the session information is also removed."
    AUGMENTS { portCopyEntry } 
::= { portCopyXTable 1 } 

PortCopyXEntry ::= SEQUENCE { 
        portCopyLoVlanMask    OCTET STRING, 
        portCopyHiVlanMask    OCTET STRING, 
        portCopyDestLoVlanMask OCTET STRING, 
        portCopyDestHiVlanMask OCTET STRING, 
        portCopyOption        BITS, 
        portCopySessionNo     Integer32, 
        portCopySessionType   INTEGER, 
        portCopyRemoveSrc     TruthValue,
        portCopyReflectorPort InterfaceIndex 
} 
  

portCopyLoVlanMask OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256)) 
    MAX-ACCESS   read-create 
    STATUS       current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This object affects the way VLAN-based traffic is copied from 
         a switch source port, for the indicated port copy operation. 
         It is used in tandem with the portCopyHiVlanMask to 
         identify all possible 4096 IEEE 802.1Q VLAN ID values. 
         This object is used to select or deselect VLAN IDs 
         0 though 2047. 

         If this object contains a zero-length string, or none 
         of the octets contain a non-zero value, and the 
         associated portCopyHiVlanMask is not instantiated, 
         contains a zero-length string, or contains only 
         zero-valued octets, then network traffic will not 
         be filtered, based on IEEE 802.1Q or ISL VLAN ID, before 
         it is copied to the indicated destination port. 

         If this object has a non-zero length, and at least 
         one octet contains a non-zero value, or the 
         portCopyHiVlanMask contains at least one non-zero octet, 
         then traffic will be filtered, based on the indicated 
         IEEE 802.1Q or ISL VLAN ID, before it is copied to the 
         indicated destination port. Only frames (tagged or 
         untagged) which match the indicated VLAN ID(s) will be 
         copied to the indicated destination port. 

         VLAN IDs are encoded as a string of octets containing 
         one bit per VLAN to be included in the port copy operation. 
         The first octet corresponds to VLANs with VlanIndex values 
         of 0 through 7; the second octet to VLANs 8 through 15; etc. 
         The most significant bit of each octet corresponds to the 
         lowest value VlanIndex in that octet.  If the bit 
         corresponding to a VLAN is set to '1', then the traffic 
         associated with that VLAN will be selected for the 
         indicated port copy operation. 

         Note that if the length of this string is less than 
         256 octets, any 'missing' octets are assumed to contain 
         the value zero. An NMS may omit any zero-valued octets 
         from the end of this string in order to reduce SetPDU size, 
         and the agent may also omit zero-valued trailing octets, 
         to reduce the size of GetResponse PDUs. 

         The creation and deletion of instances of this object is 
         controlled by the portCopyStatus object found in the 
         augmented portCopyEntry.  It is an implementation-specific 
         matter as to how many VLANs may be selected from a 
         particular physical source port at any one time, or whether 
         this object may be modified while the associated 
         portCopyStatus object is equal to 'active'." 
    DEFVAL { ''H } 
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 1 } 

portCopyHiVlanMask OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256)) 
    MAX-ACCESS   read-create 
    STATUS       current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This object affects the way VLAN-based traffic is copied from 
         a switch source port, for the indicated port copy operation. 
         It is used in tandem with the portCopyLoVlanMask to 
         identify all possible 4096 IEEE 802.1Q VLAN ID values. 
         This object is used to select or deselect VLAN IDs 
         2048 though 4095. 

         If this object contains a zero-length string, or none 
         of the octets contain a non-zero value, and the 
         associated portCopyLoVlanMask is not instantiated, 
         contains a zero-length string, or contains only 
         zero-valued octets, then network traffic will not 
         be filtered, based on IEEE 802.1Q or ISL VLAN ID, before 
         it is copied to the indicated destination port. 

         If this object has a non-zero length, and at least 
         one octet contains a non-zero value, or the 
         portCopyLoVlanMask contains at least one non-zero octet, 
         then traffic will be filtered, based on the indicated 
         IEEE 802.1Q or ISL VLAN ID, before it is copied to the 
         indicated destination port. Only frames (tagged or 
         untagged) which match the indicated VLAN ID(s) will be 
         copied to the indicated destination port. 

         VLAN IDs are encoded as a string of octets containing 
         one bit per VLAN to be included in the port copy operation. 
         The first octet corresponds to VLANs with VlanIndex values 
         of 2048 through 2055; the second octet to VLANs 2056 through 
         2063; etc. The most significant bit of each octet corresponds 
         to the lowest value VlanIndex in that octet.  If the bit 
         corresponding to a VLAN is set to '1', then the traffic 
         associated with that VLAN will be selected for the 
         indicated port copy operation. 

         Note that if the length of this string is less than 
         256 octets, any 'missing' octets are assumed to contain 
         the value zero. An NMS may omit any zero-valued octets 
         from the end of this string in order to reduce SetPDU size, 
         and the agent may also omit zero-valued trailing octets, 
         to reduce the size of GetResponse PDUs. 

         The creation and deletion of instances of this object is 
         controlled by the portCopyStatus object found in the 
         augmented portCopyEntry.  It is an implementation-specific 
         matter as to how many VLANs may be selected from a 
         particular physical source port at any one time, or whether 
         this object may be modified while the associated 
         portCopyStatus object is equal to 'active'." 
    DEFVAL { ''H } 
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 2 } 

portCopyDestLoVlanMask OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256)) 
    MAX-ACCESS   read-create 
    STATUS       current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This object affects the way VLAN-based traffic to a switch
         destination port is filtered for the indicated port copy 
         operation. It is used in tandem with the 
         portCopyDestHiVlanMask to identify all possible 4096 IEEE 
         802.1Q VLAN ID values. This object is used to select or 
         deselect VLAN IDs 0 though 2047. 

         If this object contains a zero-length string, or none 
         of the octets contain a non-zero value, and the 
         associated portCopyDestHiVlanMask is not instantiated, 
         contains a zero-length string, or contains only 
         zero-valued octets, then network traffic will not 
         be filtered, based on IEEE 802.1Q or ISL VLAN ID, before 
         it is copied to the indicated destination port. 

         If this object has a non-zero length, and at least 
         one octet contains a non-zero value, or the 
         portCopyDestHiVlanMask contains at least one non-zero octet, 
         then traffic will be filtered, based on the indicated 
         IEEE 802.1Q or ISL VLAN ID, before it is copied to the 
         indicated destination port. Only frames (tagged or 
         untagged) which match the indicated VLAN ID(s) will be 
         copied to the indicated destination port. If a VLAN is
         included in the portCopyDestLoVlanMask object, it should 
         also be included in the portCopyLoVlanMask object and 
         vice versa.

         VLAN IDs are encoded as a string of octets containing 
         one bit per VLAN to be included in the port copy operation. 
         The first octet corresponds to VLANs with VlanIndex values 
         of 0 through 7; the second octet to VLANs 8 through 15; etc. 
         The most significant bit of each octet corresponds to the 
         lowest value VlanIndex in that octet.  If the bit 
         corresponding to a VLAN is set to '1', then the traffic 
         associated with that VLAN will be selected for the 
         indicated port copy operation. 

         Note that if the length of this string is less than 
         256 octets, any 'missing' octets are assumed to contain 
         the value zero. An NMS may omit any zero-valued octets 
         from the end of this string in order to reduce SetPDU size, 
         and the agent may also omit zero-valued trailing octets, 
         to reduce the size of GetResponse PDUs. 

         The creation and deletion of instances of this object is 
         controlled by the portCopyStatus object found in the 
         augmented portCopyEntry.  It is an implementation-specific 
         matter as to how many VLANs may be selected from a 
         particular physical source port at any one time, or whether 
         this object may be modified while the associated 
         portCopyStatus object is equal to 'active'." 
    DEFVAL { ''H } 
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 3 } 

portCopyDestHiVlanMask OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256)) 
    MAX-ACCESS   read-create 
    STATUS       current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "This object affects the way VLAN-based traffic to a switch
         destination port is filtered for the indicated port copy 
         operation. It is used in tandem with the 
         portCopyDestLoVlanMask to identify all possible 4096 IEEE 
         802.1Q VLAN ID values. This object is used to select or 
         deselect VLAN IDs 2048 though 4095. 

         If this object contains a zero-length string, or none 
         of the octets contain a non-zero value, and the 
         associated portCopyDestLoVlanMask is not instantiated, 
         contains a zero-length string, or contains only 
         zero-valued octets, then network traffic will not 
         be filtered, based on IEEE 802.1Q or ISL VLAN ID, before 
         it is copied to the indicated destination port. 

         If this object has a non-zero length, and at least 
         one octet contains a non-zero value, or the 
         portCopyDestLoVlanMask contains at least one non-zero octet, 
         then traffic will be filtered, based on the indicated 
         IEEE 802.1Q or ISL VLAN ID, before it is copied to the 
         indicated destination port. Only frames (tagged or 
         untagged) which match the indicated VLAN ID(s) will be 
         copied to the indicated destination port. If a VLAN is
         included in the portCopyDestHiVlanMask object, it should
         also be included in the portCopyHiVlanMask object and
         vice versa.

         VLAN IDs are encoded as a string of octets containing 
         one bit per VLAN to be included in the port copy operation. 
         The first octet corresponds to VLANs with VlanIndex values 
         of 2048 through 2055; the second octet to VLANs 2056 through 
         2063; etc. The most significant bit of each octet corresponds 
         to the lowest value VlanIndex in that octet.  If the bit 
         corresponding to a VLAN is set to '1', then the traffic 
         associated with that VLAN will be selected for the 
         indicated port copy operation. 

         Note that if the length of this string is less than 
         256 octets, any 'missing' octets are assumed to contain 
         the value zero. An NMS may omit any zero-valued octets 
         from the end of this string in order to reduce SetPDU size, 
         and the agent may also omit zero-valued trailing octets, 
         to reduce the size of GetResponse PDUs. 

         The creation and deletion of instances of this object is 
         controlled by the portCopyStatus object found in the 
         augmented portCopyEntry.  It is an implementation-specific 
         matter as to how many VLANs may be selected from a 
         particular physical source port at any one time, or whether 
         this object may be modified while the associated 
         portCopyStatus object is equal to 'active'." 
    DEFVAL { ''H } 
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 4 } 
  

portCopyOption    OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        BITS { 
                         inpkts(0), 
                         learningDisable(1), 
                         dot1q(2), 
                         isl(3),
                         multicast(4) 
                       } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "Indicates the additional span configuration on destination 
        port. Instances of same portCopyDest index must have same 
        values in portCopyOption. Changes on portCopyOption of 
        one instance will be applied to all other instances of 
        same portCopyDest index. 

      - inpkts(0) 
          This bit is set to enable the destination port to 
          receive normal incoming traffic. 
  
      - learningDisable(1) 
          This bit is set to suppress MAC learning for incoming 
          traffic at the destination port. 

      - dot1q(2) 
          This bit is set for dot1q trunking encapsulation of 
          forwarded traffic at the destination port. This bit can
          not be set when isl(3) bit is 1. 

      - isl(3) 
          This bit is set for isl trunking encapsulation of 
          forwarded traffic at the destination port. This bit can
          not be set when dot1q(2) bit is 1.

      - multicast(4) 
          This bit is set to enable the destination port to 
          receive multicast traffic." 
    DEFVAL { { } }
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 5 } 

portCopySessionNo OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        Integer32 (0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
         "Indicates the arbitrary unique identifier for this
         span session.

         If a non zero value is specified, the agent will check 
         if a span session that has the same session number exists. 
         If so, the agent will use this session number when this
         entry is activated.  This entry will be added to the existing
         span session (identified by all entries with the same
         portCopySessionNo value).  If no such session exists, a new 
         span session is created and assigned the specified value.

         Otherwise, the agent will check if the destination port
         belongs to an existing span session. If so, the agent
         will assign that session number when this entry is activated.
         This entry will be added to the existing span session 
         (identified by all entries with the same portCopySessionNo 
         value).  If no such session exists, a new 
         span session is created and assigned an arbitrary, locally
         unique value.

         If the associated portCopyStatus object is equal to 'active', 
         then this object may not be modified."
    DEFVAL {0} 
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 6 } 

portCopySessionType OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        INTEGER { 
                     notSpecified(1),     -- session type not specified 
                     local(2),            -- local session 
                     remoteSource(3),     -- remote source  session 
                     remoteDestination(4) -- remote destination session 
                  } 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
         "Indicates the span session type.

         'remoteSource' refers to session where traffic is copied from
         source port to RSPAN VLAN as its destination port. 

         'remoteDestination' refers to session where traffic is copied
         from RSPAN VLAN to the destination port.

         For local span session, both source and destination ports
         reside in the same switch. 

         In a set operation, agent will decide the actual span type
         for the session if this mib object is 'notSpecified' based on
         type of source and destination ports. A read operation will
         return one of the other three types. 

         Changes on portCopySessionType of one entry will be applied
         to all existing active entries having the same value of
         portCopySessionNo.

         If the associated portCopyStatus object is equal to 'active',
         then this object may not be modified." 
      DEFVAL { notSpecified } 
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 7 } 

portCopyRemoveSrc OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        TruthValue 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
         "Indicates how the agent will modify a span session when an
         entry belonging to this session is deleted. 
  
         The value 'true' specifies source port based entry deletion. 
         In source port based delection, all entries of same index 
         portCopySource from the session are to be deleted. 

         The value 'false' specifies destination based entry deletion. 
         In destination port based deletion, all entries of same 
         index portCopyDest from the session are to be deleted." 
    DEFVAL { true } 
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 8 } 
  
portCopyReflectorPort OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX        InterfaceIndex 
    MAX-ACCESS    read-create 
    STATUS        current 
    DESCRIPTION 
         "Indicates the reflector port of this span session. The value
         of this object is ignored whenever the value of 
         portCopySessionType is not remoteSource(3)." 
    ::= { portCopyXEntry 9 } 

portCopyMaxIngressSessions OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX     Integer32 (0..65535)
    MAX-ACCESS read-only 
    STATUS     current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The maximum number of local ingress (rx or both) span 
        session that can be configured on this agent." 
    ::= { ciscoSmonConfigObjects 2 } 

portCopyMaxEgressSessions OBJECT-TYPE 
    SYNTAX     Integer32 (0..65535)
    MAX-ACCESS read-only 
    STATUS     current 
    DESCRIPTION 
        "The maximum number of local egress span sessions that
        can be configured on this agent." 
    ::= { ciscoSmonConfigObjects 3 } 
--
-- Extensions to configure Statistical Sampling based collection
-- of the RMON-1, RMON-2, HC-RMON, and SMON MIBs.
--

rmonSampleConfigTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF RmonSampleConfigEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table controls the configuration of RMON collection
         based on statistical sampling techniques, for each 
         monitored interface on the RMON probe. It is a SPARSE-AUGMENTS
         of the ifEntry found in the IF-MIB module.

         An entry is created in this table at the same time the 
         augmented ifEntry is created (usually at system startup time), 
         for each interface which can be monitored by the RMON agent.
         An associated entry in the SMON MIB dataSourceCapsTable is 
         also created for each RMON-capable interface at the same time.

         An RMON collection is associated with a particular
         interface if the control table dataSource OBJECT
         IDENTIFIER is of the form 'ifIndex.I', and 'I'
         is the same value as the ifIndex value for the 
         ifEntry and rmonSampleConfigEntry."
::= { ciscoSampleConfigObjects 1 }

rmonSampleConfigEntry  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      RmonSampleConfigEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Describes a particular sampling configuration for the 
         indicated RMON-capable interface."
    INDEX { ifIndex }
::= { rmonSampleConfigTable 1 }

RmonSampleConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        rmonSamplingEnabled TruthValue
}

rmonSamplingEnabled OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX       TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS   read-write
    STATUS       current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object affects the way the RMON probe uses statistical
         sampling to collect packets from the indicated interface.

         If this object has the value 'false', then the probe
         will attempt to monitor all packets detected on the 
         indicated interface, in the event any RMON collections are
         actually configured.  The data returned in all RMON collection
         tables associated with this interface will represent 
         non-sampled monitored counter values. 

         If this object has the value 'true', then the 
         probe will use adaptive statistical sampling techniques to 
         monitor the indicated interface, in the event any RMON 
         collections are actually configured.  The data returned
         in RMON collection tables associated with this interface
         may be based on statistical approximations. In this mode, the 
         RMON agent will also maintain additional MIB objects to provide
         the confidence interval information for each sampled counter. 
         These objects can be found in the CISCO-RMON-SAMPLING-MIB.

         When this object transitions from 'false' to 'true', 
         all active packet capture functions will be suspended,
         without affecting the contents of any associated 
         filterEntry, filter2Entry, channelEntry, channel2Entry,
         bufferControlEntry, captureBufferEntry, or
         captureBufferHighCapacityEntry. Only the low-level packet 
         capture processing is deactivated.

         When this object transitions from 'true' to 'false',
         all suspended packet capture functions associated
         with the interface will be reactivated. 

         Note that an NMS application which is unaware of this MIB 
         object will not be able to detect suspended packet capture 
         operations or sampled collections, however multi-manager 
         mis-configuration issues are beyond the scope of this MIB. 
         The packet capture function Get and Set operations are
         not affected by this object.

         If an interface cannot be sampled, or the sampling 
         configuration cannot be modified, then such an instance
         of this object will be implemented with read-only access."
    DEFVAL { false }
    ::= { rmonSampleConfigEntry 1 }

--
-- RMON Alarm config group
-- Objects to controls alarms of alarmTable RMON-MIB
--
rmonMaxAlarms OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX        Unsigned32 (0..65535)
        MAX-ACCESS    read-write
        STATUS        current
        DESCRIPTION
                "The maximum number of entries allowed in the 
                alarmTable."
        DEFVAL        { 100 }    
        ::= {ciscoAlarmConfigObjects  1 }

rmonAlarmEnable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX        TruthValue
        MAX-ACCESS    read-write
        STATUS        current
        DESCRIPTION
                "This object determines if the RMON alarm feature is
                enabled/disabled on this device. If this object is set
                to 'true', the RMON alarm feature enabled. If this 
                object is 'false', RMON alarm feature is disabled.
                If the RMON feature is disabled, all the RMON alarm 
                related polling are stopped.
                                
                Note that this object is only intended for temporary 
                disabling of RMON alarm feature to ensure that the 
                CPU usage by RMON alarms is not detrimental. For 
                permanent disabling on this feature, it suggested that
                all the entries in the alarmTable are removed."
        DEFVAL        { true }
        ::= {ciscoAlarmConfigObjects  2 }

--
-- Notifications Section
-- (none defined)
--

--
-- Conformance Section
--

ciscoRmonConfigCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= 
        { ciscoRmonConfigConformance 1 }
ciscoRmonConfigGroups      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= 
        { ciscoRmonConfigConformance 2 }

ciscoRmonConfigCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS  deprecated
    DESCRIPTION
        "Describes the requirements for conformance to Cisco RMON
         Configuration Extensions MIB."
    -- no mandatory groups
    MODULE  -- this module
        GROUP   rmon2ExtensionsGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The rmon2ExtensionsGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement the RMON-2 MIB [RFC2021]."

        GROUP   smonExtensionsGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensionsGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613]."
        OBJECT  portCopyHiVlanMask
        MIN-ACCESS  not-accessible
        DESCRIPTION
            "This object is not mandatory for implementations
             which do not support VLAN IDs greater than 2047."
        GROUP   rmonSampleConfigGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The rmonSampleConfigGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement RMON instrumentation based on statistical sampling
            techniques."
        OBJECT          rmonSamplingEnabled
        MIN-ACCESS      read-only
        DESCRIPTION
            "Write access is not required."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigCompliances 1 }

ciscoRmonConfigComplianceRev1 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS  deprecated
    DESCRIPTION
        "Describes the requirements for conformance to Cisco RMON
         Configuration Extensions MIB."
    -- no mandatory groups
    MODULE  -- this module
        GROUP   rmon2ExtensionsGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The rmon2ExtensionsGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement the RMON-2 MIB [RFC2021]."

        GROUP   smonExtensionsGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensionsGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613]."

        OBJECT  portCopyHiVlanMask
        MIN-ACCESS  not-accessible
        DESCRIPTION
            "This object is not mandatory for implementations
             which do not support VLAN IDs greater than 2047."

        GROUP   smonExtensions2Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions2Group is mandatory only for systems
            which implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and support
            vlan filtering at SPAN destination port."

        GROUP   smonExtensions3Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions3Group is mandatory only for systems
            which implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and support
            additional configuration at SPAN destination port."

        GROUP   smonExtensions4Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions4Group is mandatory only for systems
            which implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and support
            SPAN session concept."

        GROUP   smonExtensions5Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions5Group is mandatory only for systems
            which implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and support
            local and remote SPAN."

        GROUP   smonExtensions6Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions6Group is mandatory for systems which
            implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613]."

        GROUP   smonExtensions7Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions7Group is mandatory for systems which
            implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and require reflector
            port."

        OBJECT  portCopyDestHiVlanMask
        MIN-ACCESS  not-accessible
        DESCRIPTION
            "This object is not mandatory for implementations
             which do not support VLAN IDs greater than 2047."

        GROUP   rmonSampleConfigGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The rmonSampleConfigGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement RMON instrumentation based on statistical sampling
            techniques."
        OBJECT          rmonSamplingEnabled
        MIN-ACCESS      read-only
        DESCRIPTION
            "Write access is not required."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigCompliances 2 }

ciscoRmonConfigComplianceRev2 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Describes the requirements for conformance to Cisco RMON
         Configuration Extensions MIB."
    -- no mandatory groups
    MODULE  -- this module
        GROUP   rmon2ExtensionsGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The rmon2ExtensionsGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement the RMON-2 MIB [RFC2021]."

        GROUP   smonExtensionsGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensionsGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613]."

        OBJECT  portCopyHiVlanMask
        MIN-ACCESS  not-accessible
        DESCRIPTION
            "This object is not mandatory for implementations
             which do not support VLAN IDs greater than 2047."

        GROUP   smonExtensions2Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions2Group is mandatory only for systems
            which implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and support
            vlan filtering at SPAN destination port."

        GROUP   smonExtensions3Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions3Group is mandatory only for systems
            which implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and support
            additional configuration at SPAN destination port."

        GROUP   smonExtensions4Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions4Group is mandatory only for systems
            which implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and support
            SPAN session concept."

        GROUP   smonExtensions5Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions5Group is mandatory only for systems
            which implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and support
            local and remote SPAN."

        GROUP   smonExtensions6Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions6Group is mandatory for systems which
            implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613]."

        GROUP   smonExtensions7Group
        DESCRIPTION
            "The smonExtensions7Group is mandatory for systems which
            implement the SMON-MIB [RFC 2613] and require reflector
            port."

        OBJECT  portCopyDestHiVlanMask
        MIN-ACCESS  not-accessible
        DESCRIPTION
            "This object is not mandatory for implementations
             which do not support VLAN IDs greater than 2047."

        GROUP   rmonSampleConfigGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The rmonSampleConfigGroup is mandatory for systems which
            implement RMON instrumentation based on statistical sampling
            techniques."

        OBJECT          rmonSamplingEnabled
        MIN-ACCESS      read-only
        DESCRIPTION
            "Write access is not required."

        GROUP   rmonAlarmConfigGroup
        DESCRIPTION
            "The rmonAlarmConfigGroup is not mandatory for systems which
            do not support RMON alarm controls as an extension to 
            RMON-MIB."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigCompliances 3 }

rmon2ExtensionsGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { rmonTimeFilterMode }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing configuration extensions 
         for the RMON2-MIB module."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 1 }

smonExtensionsGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { portCopyLoVlanMask, portCopyHiVlanMask }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing configuration extensions 
         for the SMON-MIB module."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 2 }

rmonSampleConfigGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { rmonSamplingEnabled }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing configuration extensions 
         for RMON agent implementations which support statistical 
         sampling techniques."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 3 }

smonExtensions2Group OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { portCopyDestLoVlanMask, 
              portCopyDestHiVlanMask
            }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing additional port copy
        configuration for destination vlan filtering for the 
        SMON-MIB module."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 4 }

smonExtensions3Group OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { portCopyOption }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing additional port copy
        configuration extensions at destination port for the 
        SMON-MIB module."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 5 }

smonExtensions4Group OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { portCopySessionNo,
              portCopyRemoveSrc
            }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing additional port copy
        configuration extensions for agent that supports SPAN
        session concept."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 6 }

smonExtensions5Group OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { portCopySessionType }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing additional port copy
        configuration extensions for agent that supports local
        and remote SPAN."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 7 }

smonExtensions6Group OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { portCopyMaxIngressSessions, 
              portCopyMaxEgressSessions 
            }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing additional port copy
        information for the SMON-MIB module."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 8 }

smonExtensions7Group OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { portCopySessionType, portCopyReflectorPort }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing additional port copy
        configuration extensions for agent that supports reflector 
        port for span session."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 9 }

rmonAlarmConfigGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS { rmonMaxAlarms, rmonAlarmEnable }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing additional RMON 
        configurations to control number alarms and to enable/disable
        alarms in the alarmTable in RMON-MIB."
    ::= { ciscoRmonConfigGroups 10 }

END