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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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CTRON-IP-ROUTER-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

--  ctron-ip-router-mib.txt
--  Revision: 1.02.02
--  Part Number: 2170986
--  Date: May 8, 1998


--  Cabletron Systems, Inc.
--  35 Industrial Way, P.O. Box 5005
--  Rochester, NH 03867-0505
--  (603) 332-9400
--  support@ctron.com

--  This module provides authoritative definitions for Cabletron's
--  enterprise specific IP Routing Services MIB.
--
--  This module will be extended, as required.
--

--  Cabletron Systems reserves the right to make changes in
--  specification and other information contained in this document
--  without prior notice.  The reader should consult Cabletron Systems
--  to determine whether any such changes have been made.
--
--  In no event shall Cabletron Systems be liable for any incidental,
--  indirect, special, or consequential damages whatsoever (including
--  but not limited to lost profits) arising out of or related to this
--  document or the information contained in it, even if Cabletron
--  Systems has been advised of, known, or should have known, the
--  possibility of such damages.
--
--  Cabletron grants vendors, end-users, and other interested parties
--  a non-exclusive license to use this Specification in connection
--  with the management of Cabletron products.
--  Copyright August 95 Cabletron Systems
--

 
IMPORTS
      OBJECT-TYPE
                FROM RFC-1212

      DisplayString, PhysAddress
                FROM RFC1213-MIB
        
      nwRtrProtoSuites
                FROM ROUTER-OIDS
      
      IpAddress, Counter, TimeTicks, Gauge
                FROM RFC1155-SMI;



--  The IP Router Group.

nwIpRouter             OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwRtrProtoSuites 1 }

nwIpMibs               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRouter 1 }
nwIpComponents         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRouter 2 }

--  Ip Router Component Groups

nwIpSystem             OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 1 }
nwIpForwarding         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 2 }
nwIpTopology           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 4 }
nwIpFib                OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 5 }
nwIpEndSystems         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 6 }
nwIpAccessControl      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 7 }
nwIpFilters            OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 8 }
nwIpRedirector         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 9 }
nwIpEvent              OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 10 }
nwIpWorkGroup          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 11 }
nwIpClientServices     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpComponents 12 }
--ctNat                OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpClientServices 1 }
--ctDhcp               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpClientServices 2 }


--  IP Router System Groups

--  This group contains the objects that pertain to the IP routing
--  services at a global, device-wide level.

nwIpSysConfig          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpSystem 1 }
nwIpSysAdministration  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpSystem 2 }


--  IP Forwarding Group

--  This group contains the managed objects used to setup and configure
--  the IP router ports for packet forwarding as well as the aggregate
--  and per-interface IP packet forwarding counters.

nwIpFwdSystem          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpForwarding 1 }
nwIpFwdInterfaces      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpForwarding 2 }

nwIpFwdCounters        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpFwdSystem 1 }
nwIpFwdIfConfig        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpFwdInterfaces 1 }
nwIpFwdIfCounters      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpFwdInterfaces 2 }


--  IP Topology Group

--  Implementation of the nwIpTopology group is optional.  This group
--  will be implemented by those devices that support Routing Services.
--  This group contains the managed objects for the routing and service
--  advertisements of the IP router.  These managed objects allow for
--  the routing agents and service agents to be controlled and monitored
--  on a system-wide as well as a router port basis.

nwIpDistanceVector     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpTopology 1 }
nwIpLinkState          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpTopology 2 }

nwIpRip                OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpDistanceVector 1 }

nwIpRipSystem          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRip 1 }
nwIpRipInterfaces      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRip 2 }
nwIpRipDatabase        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRip 3 }
nwIpRipFilters         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRip 4 }

nwIpRipConfig          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRipSystem 1 }
nwIpRipCounters        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRipSystem 2 }

nwIpRipIfConfig        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRipInterfaces 1 }
nwIpRipIfCounters      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRipInterfaces 2 }

nwIpOspf               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpLinkState 1 }

nwIpOspfSystem         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspf 1 }
nwIpOspfInterfaces     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspf 2 }
nwIpOspfDatabase       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspf 3 }
nwIpOspfFilters        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspf 4 }

nwIpOspfConfig         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspfSystem 1 }
nwIpOspfCounters       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspfSystem 2 }

nwIpOspfIfConfig       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspfInterfaces 1 }
nwIpOspfIfCounters     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspfInterfaces 2 }


--  IP Forward Information Base (FIB) Group

--  This group contains the managed objects for the forwarding table of the
--  IP router.  This table is built from entries in the IP routing table(s)
--  and reflects the routes that are considered the best routes to forward on.
--  This group is implemented in the IETF IP Forwarding Table (FIB) MIB
--  (rfc1354) and by the following system managed objects.

nwIpFibSystem           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpFib 1 }
nwIpOspfFib             OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpFib 2 }

nwIpOspfFibControl      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspfFib 1 }
nwIpOspfFibEntries      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpOspfFib 2 }


--  IP Host End Systems Groups

--  This group contains the managed objects which control the use of the
--  Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) for mapping host addresses to physical
--  addresses of each router port ARP cache.  Mechanisms are also
--  provided which allow 'snooping' such that all directly connected
--  end systems using ARP can be discovered along with their addresses.

nwIpHostsSystem        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpEndSystems 1 }
nwIpHostsInterfaces    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpEndSystems 2 }
nwIpHostsToMedia        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpEndSystems 3 }

--  IP Router Filters Group

--  IP Router Redirector Group

--  Implementation of the nwIpRedirector group is optional. This group
--  will be implemented by device that perform Routing Services.  This
--  table contains the managed objects for the Broadcast UDP Port
--  Redirector within the IP Router.

nwIpRedirectorSystem         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRedirector 1 }
nwIpRedirectorInterface      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpRedirector 2 }

--  IP Router Event Log Group

nwIpEventLogConfig           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpEvent 1 }
nwIpEventLogFilterTable      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpEvent 2 }
nwIpEventLogTable            OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { nwIpEvent 3 }

--  IP Router Work-Group Group


--  IP MIB Group
--  This group contains information about the revision level of this
--  MIB within the device.  It allows verification of the released
--  version without having to read other objects.

nwIpMibRevText OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the current revision level of the IP MIB in
            textual format."
        ::= { nwIpMibs 1 }


--  IP System Configuration Group
--  This group contains the objects that pertain to the setup and
--  configuration of the IP routing services at a global,
--  device-wide level.

nwIpSysRouterId   OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  IpAddress
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The IP Address used to uniquely identify the host
            (device) running IP Routing Services. The value of
            nwIpSysRouterId is equal to the highest IP Address in 
            the IP Address Table."
        ::= { nwIpSysConfig 1 }

--  IP System Administration Group
--  This group contains the objects that pertain to the administration of
--  IP routing services at a global, device-wide level.

nwIpSysAdminStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  shutdown the router
                        enabled(3)            --  startup the router
        }
        ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of IP Routing Services
        system-wide. Enabled(3) causes IP Routing Services to
        become active on all router ports configured and enabled
        for IP Routing Services. Disabled(2) causes IP Routing
        Services to become inactive system-wide."
    DEFVAL    { enabled }
    ::= { nwIpSysAdministration 1 }

nwIpSysOperStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  not running
                        enabled(3),           --  running
                        pending-disable(4),   --  shut-down in progress
                        pending-enable(5),    --  start-up in progress
                        invalid-config(6)     --  not running,invalid config
        }
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the operating condition of IP Routing Services, system-wide.
        The value of nwIpSysOperStatus indicates any problem with
        your IP Routing Services configuration. A value of 6 
        indicates that regardless of the value of 
        nwIpSysAdminStatus,IP Routing Services is not operating
        because of an invalid configuration."
    ::= { nwIpSysAdministration 2 }

nwIpSysAdminReset      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        reset(2)              --  force a reset
                }
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Resets IP Routing Services, system-wide. Reset (2)
        forces a restart of IP Routing Services without a
        graceful shutdown on any active router ports, without
        affecting any other routing services."
    DEFVAL { other }
    ::= { nwIpSysAdministration 3 }
                
nwIpSysOperationalTime  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  TimeTicks 
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second,
        that nwIpSysOperStatus has been in its current administrative
        state."
    ::= { nwIpSysAdministration 4 }

nwIpSysVersion  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  DisplayString 
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current revision level of the IP Routing
        Services firmware, in textual format."
    ::= { nwIpSysAdministration 5 }



--  IP System-wide Packet Forwarding Counters
--  This group contains the aggregate (device-wide) IP packet forwarding
--  counters. The byte counters include bytes for the network layer on
--  up, framing is not included.

nwIpFwdCtrAdminStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            disabled(2),
                            enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of the aggregate
        (system-wide) IP packet and byte counters. Enabled (3)
        causes these counters to become active. Disabled (2)
        causes these counters to become inactive."
    DEFVAL { enabled }
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 1 }

nwIpFwdCtrReset        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            reset(2)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Resets the aggregate (system-wide) IP packet and byte
        counters. Reset (2) resets the IP aggregate counters to 0. 
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime is also reset to 0."
    DEFVAL { other }
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 2 }

nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      TimeTicks
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second,
        that nwIpFwdCtrAdminStatus has been in the current state."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 3 }

nwIpFwdCtrInPkts       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        received, system-wide, during nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 4 }

nwIpFwdCtrOutPkts      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        transmitted, system-wide, during nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 5 }

nwIpFwdCtrFwdPkts      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        forwarded, system-wide, during nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 6 }

nwIpFwdCtrFilteredPkts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        administratively filtered, system-wide, during
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 7 }

nwIpFwdCtrDiscardPkts  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX        Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        discarded, system-wide, during nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 8 }

nwIpFwdCtrAddrErrPkts        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        discarded, system-wide, during nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime,
        because of addressing errors in the IP header."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 9 }

nwIpFwdCtrLenErrPkts        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        discarded, system-wide, during nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime,
        because an invalid packet length is contained in the IP header."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 10 }

nwIpFwdCtrHdrErrPkts        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        discarded, system-wide, during nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime,
        because of an invalid IP header."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 11 }

nwIpFwdCtrInBytes      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that
        have been received, system-wide, during 
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 12 }

nwIpFwdCtrOutBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that have
        been transmitted, system-wide, during nwIpFwdOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 13 }

nwIpFwdCtrFwdBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that
        have been forwarded, system-wide, during
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 14 }

nwIpFwdCtrFilteredBytes        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets
        that have been administratively filtered, system-wide,
        during nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 15 }

nwIpFwdCtrDiscardBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that
        have been discarded, system-wide, during
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 16 }

nwIpFwdCtrHostInPkts   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have
        been successfully delivered to the local host, during
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 17 }

nwIpFwdCtrHostOutPkts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
         forwarded by the local host, during 
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 18 }

nwIpFwdCtrHostDiscardPkts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX       Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS       mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
         discarded by the local host, during
         nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 19 }

nwIpFwdCtrHostInBytes  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
         received by the local host, during
         nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 20 }

nwIpFwdCtrHostOutBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        transmitted by the local host, during
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 21 }

nwIpFwdCtrHostDiscardBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that
        have been discarded by the local host, during
        nwIpFwdCtrOperationalTime, due to a lack of host resources."
    ::= { nwIpFwdCounters 22 }


--  IP Forwarding Interface Table
--  This table contains the managed objects used to set-up and configure
--  each router port.

nwIpFwdIfTable     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpFwdIfEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
         "This table contains an entry for each router port.
         This table is indexed by nwIpFwdIfIndex, which indicates
         the value of MIB 2 ifindex which identifies the router 
         port for which each entry exists. "
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfConfig 1 }

nwIpFwdIfEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpFwdIfEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry specifies the IP Routing Services configuration
        for the router port for which the entry exists."
    INDEX   { nwIpFwdIfIndex }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfTable 1 }

NwIpFwdIfEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpFwdIfIndex                INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfAdminStatus          INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfOperStatus              INTEGER,    
                nwIpFwdIfOperationalTime      TimeTicks,
                nwIpFwdIfControl              INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfMtu                  INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfForwarding           INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfFrameType            INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfAclIdentifier        INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfAclStatus            INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfCacheControl         INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfCacheEntries       Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCacheHits            Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCacheMisses          Counter
        }

nwIpFwdIfIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the value of MIB 2 ifindex, which identifies the router
        port."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 1 }

nwIpFwdIfAdminStatus      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                            other(1),        --   none of the following,
                            disabled(2),    --   shut-down IP Routing Services,
                            enabled(3)     --     start-up IP Routing Services
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of IP Routing Services
         on the router port for which the entry exists. Enabled (3)
         causes IP Routing Services to become active. Disabled (2)
         causes it to become inactive."
    DEFVAL { enabled }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 2 }

nwIpFwdIfOperStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  not running
                        enabled(3),           --  running
                        pending-disable(4),   --  shut-down in progress
                        pending-enable(5),    --  start-up in progress
                        invalid-config(6)     --  not running,invalid config
        }
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current operating condition of
        IP Routing Services on the router port for which the
        entry exists. The value of nwIpFwdIfOperStatus indicates
        any problem with the configuration of IP routing Services on
        the router port. A value of 6 indicates that regardless of 
        the value of nwIpFwdIfAdminStatus, IP Routing Services is
        not operating because of an invalid port-level configuration."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 3 }

nwIpFwdIfOperationalTime   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      TimeTicks
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second,
        that nwIpFwdIfOperStatus has been in its current state."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 4 }

nwIpFwdIfControl  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                        other(1),
                        add(2),
                        delete(3)
                }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object does not apply to this protocol. It is a
        common object, inherited from the MIB framework used to
        provide a common management interface to all the Cabletron
        Routing Services protocol-specific MIBs. Setting this object
        has no effect."
    DEFVAL { add }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 5 }

nwIpFwdIfMtu      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for IP packets
        on the router port for which the entry exists. This includes
        the IP header and data, but does not include framing."
    DEFVAL { 1500 }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 6 }


nwIpFwdIfForwarding       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                            other(1),      -- none of the following,
                            disabled(2),  -- not forwarding,
                            enabled(3)      -- forwarding,
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls forwarding of IP packets on the router port for
        which the entry exists. Enabled (3) causes IP packets to be
        forwarded. Disabled (2) prevents IP packets from being
        forwarded."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 7 }

nwIpFwdIfFrameType        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER    {             --  valid media types
                        other(1),           --  experimental
                        ethernet(2),        --  ethernet
                        snap(3),            --  ethernet and fddi
                        slip(5),            --  serial line
                        localtalk(7),       --  internal SMB-1, read-only
                        nativewan(8),       --  wan media types
                        encapenet(9),       --  wan media types
                        encapenetsnap(11),  --  wan media types
                        encaptrsnap(14),    --  wan media types
                        encapfddisnap(16),  --  wan media types
                        canonical(17)       --  special media, tbd

            }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the framing type for IP packets forwarded on
        the router port for which the entry exists."
    DEFVAL { ethernet }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 8 }

nwIpFwdIfAclIdentifier    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER    
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the Access Control ID of the access control
         list in effect for the IP packets being routed on the router port
         for which the entry exists. A value of 0 indicates that no
         access control list is in effect."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 9 }

nwIpFwdIfAclStatus        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                            other(1),    -- none of the following
                            disabled(2), -- do not apply nwIpFwdIfAclIdentifier
                            enabled(3)   -- apply nwIpFwdIfAclIdentifier
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls the operation of any access control list configured
        for IP traffic for the IP packets being routed on the router port
        for which the entry exists. Enabled (3) applies the access control
        list, indicated by nwIpFwdIfAclIdentifier to all IP traffic being
        routed on the port. Disabled (2) prevents the access control list
        from being applied."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 10 }

nwIpFwdIfCacheControl     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                            other(1),     -- none of the following, 
                            disable(2),   -- next hop caching disabled,
                            enable(3)     -- next hop caching enabled,
                        }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls IP Address caching on the router port for which
        the entry exists. IP Address caching speeds-up the switching
        process. When IP Addresses caching is enabled, IP Addresses
        used for address validation, filtering, and forwarding are
        stored in the cache. This cache is checked first before
        doing a full route table lookup, which speeds up the switching
        process. Enabled (3) turns on IP Address caching. Disabled (2
        turns it off."
    DEFVAL { enable }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 11 }

nwIpFwdIfCacheEntries      OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          Counter
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the number of entries in the IP Address
            cache on the router port for which the entry exists."
        ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 12 }

nwIpFwdIfCacheHits        OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          Counter
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS        mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the number of times entries in the IP
            Address Cache have been used to provide the IP Address
            required to validate, filter, or forward an IP packet
            on the router port."
        ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 13 }
       
nwIpFwdIfCacheMisses      OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX      Counter
        ACCESS      read-only
        STATUS        mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the number of times the IP Address required to
            validate, filter, or forward an IP packet on the router
            port was not found in the IP Address cache."
        ::= { nwIpFwdIfEntry 14 }


--  The IP Interface Address Table
--  This table contains the managed object used to setup and configure
--  IP addresses on a per router port basis.

nwIpAddressTable    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF NwIpAddrEntry
    ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains an entry for each IP Address 
        assigned to each router port."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfConfig 2 }

nwIpAddrEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  NwIpAddrEntry
    ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry specifies the IP addressing information for
        the logical IP network for which the entry exists."
    INDEX   { nwIpAddrIfIndex, nwIpAddrIfAddress }
    ::= { nwIpAddressTable 1 }

NwIpAddrEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
            nwIpAddrIfIndex            INTEGER,
            nwIpAddrIfAddress        IpAddress,
            nwIpAddrIfControl        INTEGER,
            nwIpAddrIfAddrType        INTEGER,
            nwIpAddrIfMask            IpAddress,
            nwIpAddrIfBcastAddr        INTEGER
            }
         
nwIpAddrIfIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the value of MIB 2 ifindex, which identifies the router
        port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpAddrEntry 1 }


nwIpAddrIfAddress  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  IpAddress
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
       "This is the IP Address assigned to the logical IP 
        network for which the entry exist. As multiple IP Addresses
        may be assigned to a single router port, all addresses 
        assigned to the port must be of the same subnet."
            ::= { nwIpAddrEntry 2 }

nwIpAddrIfControl  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),   -- none of the following,
                        add(2),     -- add this entry,
                        delete(3)   -- delete this entry
                }
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Set this object to add or delete this entry from the table."
    DEFVAL { add }
    ::= { nwIpAddrEntry 3 }

nwIpAddrIfAddrType  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),
                        primary(2),
                        secondary(3),
                        workgroup(4)
                }
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the IP address, nwIpAddrIfAddress, is
         the primary, workgroup or secondary IP address for the IP router
         port for which the entry exists. A primary or workgroup address
         must be specified before a router port can be enabled."
    DEFVAL { primary }
    ::= { nwIpAddrEntry 4 }

nwIpAddrIfMask  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  IpAddress
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the Subnet Mask for the logical IP network for
        which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpAddrEntry 5 }

nwIpAddrIfBcastAddr  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),
                        zeros(2),
                        ones(3)
                }
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the IP broadcast address type for the logical
        IP network for which the entry exists. A router port may
        be configured to send IP broadcasts using the all-ones-based
        format or the all-zeros-based format. nwIpAddrIfBcastAddr
        determines the value of the broadcast portion of the IP
        broadcast address being used to address broadcast packets."
    DEFVAL { ones }
    ::= { nwIpAddrEntry 6 }

-- IP Forwarding Interfaces Counter Table
-- This table contains the objects that specify the packet and byte  counters
-- for each configured IP router port.

nwIpFwdIfCtrTable         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpFwdIfCtrEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains an entry for each router port configured
        and enabled for IP Routing Services."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCounters 1 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpFwdIfCtrEntry
       ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry indicates the packet and byte count of IP
        packets on the router port for which the entry exists."
    INDEX           { nwIpFwdIfCtrIfIndex }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrTable 1 }

NwIpFwdIfCtrEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpFwdIfCtrIfIndex               INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrAdminStatus              INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrReset                 INTEGER,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime       TimeTicks,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrInPkts                Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrOutPkts               Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrFwdPkts               Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrFilteredPkts          Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrDiscardPkts           Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrAddrErrPkts              Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrLenErrPkts            Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrHdrErrPkts            Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrInBytes               Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrOutBytes              Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrFwdBytes              Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrFilteredBytes         Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrDiscardBytes          Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrHostInPkts            Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrHostOutPkts           Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrHostDiscardPkts       Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrHostInBytes           Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrHostOutBytes          Counter,
                nwIpFwdIfCtrHostDiscardBytes      Counter
        }

nwIpFwdIfCtrIfIndex       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the value of MIB 2 ifindex, which identifies the
        router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 1 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrAdminStatus   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),         -- none of the following
                            disabled(2),    -- counters off
                            enabled(3)        -- counters on
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of the per-port IP packet
        and byte counters on the router port for which the entry
        exists. Enabled (3) causes these counters to become active.
        Disabled (2) causes these counters to become inactive."
    DEFVAL { enabled }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 2 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrReset         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),        -- none of the following,
                            reset(2)         -- force a reset
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Resets the per-port IP packet and byte counters on the
        router port for which the entry exists. Reset (2) resets the
        counters to 0. nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime is also reset to 0."
    DEFVAL { other }
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 3 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeTicks
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second, that
        the per-port IP packet and byte counters have been active on
        the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 4 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrInPkts        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        received, during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationaltime, on the router
        port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 5 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrOutPkts       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have
        been transmitted, during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime,
        on the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 6 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrFwdPkts       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        forwarded during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router
        port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 7 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrFilteredPkts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
         administratively filtered, during
        nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the IP router port for
        which this entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 8 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrDiscardPkts  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have
        been discarded (dropped), during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime,
        on the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 9 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrAddrErrPkts        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  Counter
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        discarded, because of addressing errors in the IP header,
        during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router port for
        which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 10 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrLenErrPkts        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  Counter
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been discarded,
         because an invalid packet length was contained in the IP header, during
         nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 11 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrHdrErrPkts        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  Counter
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been discarded,
         because of an invalid IP header, during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime,
         on the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 12 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrInBytes      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that have been
         received, during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router port for
         which the entry exists."
        ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 13 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrOutBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that have
         been transmitted, during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router
         port for which the entry exists."
        ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 14 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrFwdBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets
        that have been forwarded, on the router port for which the
        entry exists, during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 15 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrFilteredBytes        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Counter
    ACCESS                  read-only
    STATUS                  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets
         that have been administratively filtered, during
         nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the IP router port for
        which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 16 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrDiscardBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that
        have been discarded, during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on
        the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 17 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrHostInPkts   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        successfully delivered to the local host, that were received
        on the router port for which the entry exists, during
        nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 18 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrHostOutPkts  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets that have been
        transmitted by the local host, during
        nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router port for which the
        entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 19 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrHostDiscardPkts      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of IP packets discarded by the
        local host due to a lack of host resources, that were 
        received on the router port for which the entry exists, 
        during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 20 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrHostInBytes  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that
        have been successfully delivered to the local host, that 
        were received on the router port for which the entry exists,
        during nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime. "
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 21 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrHostOutBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets that
        have been transmitted by the local host, during
        nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router port for which
        the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 22 }

nwIpFwdIfCtrHostDiscardBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Counter
    ACCESS                  read-only
    STATUS                  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the IP packets
        that have been discarded by the local host due to a lack
        of host resources, that were received on the router port
        for which the entry exists, during
        nwIpFwdIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpFwdIfCtrEntry 23 }



--  DistanceVector-based Protocols
--  This group contains the managed objects for RIP, IP DistanceVector based
--  routing. 

--  IP RIP System Configuration Parameters
--  This group contains the objects that pertain to the setup and
--  configuration of the IP RIP DistanceVector based routing protocol.

nwIpRipAdminStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  shutdown the router
                        enabled(3)            --  startup the router
        }
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of the RIP routing
        protocol system-wide. Enabled (3) causes RIP to become
        active on all router ports configured and enabled for
        IP Routing Services. Disabled (2) causes RIP to become
        inactive."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 1 }
 
nwIpRipOperStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  not running
                        enabled(3),           --  running
                        pending-disable(4),   --  shut-down in progress
                        pending-enable(5),    --  start-up in progress
                        invalid-config(6)      --  not running, invalid config.
        }
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current operating condition of the RIP
        routing protocol system-wide. The value of 
        nwIpRipOperStatus indicates any problem with your RIP
        configuration. A value of 6 indicates that regardless 
        of the value of nwIpRipAdminStatus, RIP is not operating
        because of an invalid configuration."
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 2 }
   
nwIpRipAdminReset      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        reset(2)              --  force a reset
                }
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Resets the RIP routing protocol. Reset (2) forces a
         system-wide restart of the protocol system-wide without
         a graceful shutdown on any active router ports."
    DEFVAL { other }
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 3 }
   
nwIpRipOperationalTime  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  TimeTicks
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
         "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second, that
        nwIpRipOperStatus, has been in its current state."
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 4 }
 
nwIpRipVersion  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  DisplayString
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current revision level of the RIP routing
        protocol firmware, in textual format."
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 5 }
 
nwIpRipStackSize OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the stack size of the RIP routing protocol thread.
        In order for a change of this value to take effect, the
        protocol (nwIpRipAdminReset), IP Routing Services
        (nwIpSysAdminReset), or the device running Routing Services
        must be reset."
    DEFVAL { 4096 }
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 6 }

nwIpRipThreadPriority OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the run-time execution priority of the RIP
        routing protocol thread. In order for a change of this
        value to take effect, RIP (nwIpRipAdminReset), IP Routing
        Services (nwIpAdminReset), or the device running Routing
        Services must be reset."
    DEFVAL { 127 }
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 7 }

nwIpRipDatabaseThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the run-time maximum number of RIP entries that
        can be held in the RIP route table."
    DEFVAL { 2000 }
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 8 }

nwIpRipAgeOut  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, that an inactive
        route table entry will be allowed to remain in the RIP route
        table before it is aged-out."
    DEFVAL { 210 }
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 9 }

nwIpRipHoldDown        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the amount of time (in seconds) to wait before
        removing an entry from the route table, after receiving an
        update indicating that the destination has become unreachable.
        All routers exchanging RIP routing protocol information must
        have the same hold down time. The time must be long enough
        to allow all participating routers to receive the same update."
    DEFVAL { 120 }
    ::= { nwIpRipConfig 10 }


--  IP RIP System (aggregate) Counters
--  This group contains the aggregate (device-wide) IP RIP packet and
--  byte counters.
nwIpRipCtrAdminStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                other(1),
                disabled(2),
                enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of the aggregate (system-wide)
        RIP routing protocol packet and byte counters. Enabled (3)
        causes these counters to become active. Disabled (2) causes
        these counters to become inactive."
    DEFVAL { enabled }
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 1 }

nwIpRipCtrReset     OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            reset(2)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Resets the aggregate (system-wide) RIP routing protocol
        packet and byte counters. Reset (2) resets the RIP aggregate
        counters to 0. nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime is also reset to 0."
    DEFVAL { other }
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 2 }

nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeTicks
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second, that
        nwIpRipCtrAdminStatus has been in the current state."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 3 }

nwIpRipCtrInPkts       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of RIP packets that have been
        received, system-wide, during nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 4 }

nwIpRipCtrOutPkts      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of RIP packets that have been
        transmitted, system-wide, during nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 5 }

nwIpRipCtrFilteredPkts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of RIP packets that have been
         administratively filtered, system-wide, during
         nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 6 }

nwIpRipCtrDiscardPkts  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of RIP packets that have been
        discarded, system-wide, during nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 7 }

nwIpRipCtrInBytes      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the RIP packets that
        have been received, system-wide, during
        nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 8 }

nwIpRipCtrOutBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the RIP packets
         that have been transmitted, system-wide, during     
        nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 9 }

nwIpRipCtrFilteredBytes        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the RIP packets
        that have been administratively filtered, system-wide,
        during nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 10 }

nwIpRipCtrDiscardBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the RIP packets
        that have been discarded, system-wide, during
        nwIpRipCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpRipCounters 11 }



--  IP RIP Interface Table
--  This table contains the managed objects used to setup and configure
--  RIP on a per router port basis.
nwIpRipIfTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF NwIpRipIfEntry
    ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains an entry for each router port. Each
        entry can contain different values, allowing the routing
        protocol configuration to vary from router port to router
        port. This table is indexed by nwIpRipIfIndex, which 
        indicates the value of MIB 2 ifindex, which identifies the
        router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfConfig 1 }

nwIpRipIfEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  NwIpRipIfEntry
    ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry contains the RIP routing protocol configuration
        for the router port for which the entry exists."
    INDEX   { nwIpRipIfIndex }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfTable 1 }

NwIpRipIfEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpRipIfIndex                 INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfAdminStatus           INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfOperStatus            INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfOperationalTime    TimeTicks,
                nwIpRipIfVersion               INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfAdvertisement         INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfFloodDelay            INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfRequestDelay          INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfPriority              INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfHelloTimer            INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfSplitHorizon          INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfPoisonReverse         INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfSnooping              INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfType                  INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfXmitCost              INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfAclIdentifier         INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfAclStatus             INTEGER
        }

nwIpRipIfIndex         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the value of MIB 2 ifindex, which identifies
        the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 1 }

nwIpRipIfAdminStatus   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),        --  none of the following
                            disabled(2),    --  RIP off
                            enabled(3)        --  RIP on
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of the RIP routing protocol
        on the router port for which the entry exists. Enabled (3)
        causes RIP to become active on the router port. Disabled (2)
        causes RIP to become inactive on the router port."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 2 }

nwIpRipIfOperStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  not running
                        enabled(3),           --  running
                        pending-disable(4),   --  shut-down in progress
                        pending-enable(5)     --  start-up in progress
        }
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current operating condition of the RIP
        routing protocol on the router port for which the entry
        exists. The value of nwIpRipIfOperStatus indicates any problem
        with your RIP configuration on the router port. A value of 6
        indicates that regardless of the value of nwIpRipIfAdminStatus,
        RIP is not operating on the port because of an invalid
        configuration."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 3 }

nwIpRipIfOperationalTime        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         TimeTicks    
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second,
        nwIpRipIfOperStatus, has been in its current state."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 4 }

nwIpRipIfVersion       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the revision level of the RIP routing protocol
        firmware on the router port for which the entry exists, in
        textual format."
    DEFVAL { 1 }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 5 }

nwIpRipIfAdvertisement OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the interval, in seconds, at which RIP advertises 
        the RIP route table on the router port for which the entry
        exists."
    DEFVAL    { 30 }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 6 }

nwIpRipIfFloodDelay    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the length of time, in seconds, that the RIP routing
        protocol should wait after discovering that a directly
        connected route has gone down, before flooding updates
        (triggered updates) on the router port for which the entry
        exists. A value of 0 specifies that if a directly connected
        route goes down, updates should be sent immediately."
    DEFVAL { 2 }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 7 }

nwIpRipIfRequestDelay  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the length of time, in hundredths of a second, that
        the RIP routing protocol should wait after receiving a 
        route request packet, before sending a response on the 
        router port for which the entry exists. A value of 0 
        specifies that if a route request packet is received on the
        port, a response should be sent immediately."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 8 }

nwIpRipIfPriority       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object does not apply to this protocol. It is a common
        object, inherited from the MIB framework used to provide a
        common management interface to all the Cabletron Routing
        Services protocol-specific MIBs. Setting this object has no
        effect."
    DEFVAL { 1 }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 9 }

nwIpRipIfHelloTimer    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS          mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object does not apply to this protocol. It is a
        common object, inherited from the MIB framework used to 
        provide a common management interfaced to all the Cabletron      
        Routing Services protocol-specific MIBs. Setting this object
        has no effect."
    DEFVAL { 10 }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 10 }

nwIpRipIfSplitHorizon  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            disabled(2),
                            enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the operating condition of Split Horizon on the
        router port for which the entry exists. When Split Horizon
        is enabled, the RIP routing protocol keeps track of which
        router port route information is received on, and prevents
        information about a route form being sent back out the same
        router port it was received on."
    DEFVAL { enabled }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 11 }

nwIpRipIfPoisonReverse OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            disabled(2),
                            enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the operating condition of Poison Reverse on the 
        router port for which the entry exists. When Poison Reverse
        is enabled, the RIP routing protocol advertises any downed
        route as unreachable during the period of time that it must
        wait before removing the route from the route table."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 12 }

nwIpRipIfSnooping      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),         -- none of the following
                            disabled(2),     -- non-snooping mode
                            enabled(3)         -- snooping mode
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls the operation of RIP Snooping on the router
        port. When RIP Snooping is enabled the RIP routing protocol
        operates in passive mode so that it receives route information,
        builds and maintains a route table, but does not advertise the
        route table or send updates on the router port for which the
        entry exists."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 13 }
                                
nwIpRipIfType  OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),        --  none of the following,
                        bma(2),            --  broadcast media access,
                        nbma(3)            --  non-broadcast media access,
                 }
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates whether the directly connected network segment
        does or does not support broadcast media access. If broadcast
        media access is supported, RIP advertisements are sent out one
        broadcast packet per router port. If broadcast media is not
        supported, RIP advertisements are sent directly to each 
        neighbor router access."
    DEFVAL { bma }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 14 }

nwIpRipIfXmitCost OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object does not apply to this protocol. It is a 
        common object, inherited from the MIB framework used to
        provide a common management interface to all the Cabletron
        Routing Services protocol-specific MIBs. Setting this object
        has no effect."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 15 }

nwIpRipIfAclIdentifier OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER    
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the Access Control ID of the access control
        list in effect for RIP routing protocol packets on the
        router port for which the entry exists. A value of 0 
        indicates that there is no access control list in effect
        for RIP routing protocol packets on the router port."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 16 }

nwIpRipIfAclStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                                other(1),
                                disabled(2),
                enabled(3) 
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls the operation of the access control list 
        identified by nwIpRipIfAclIdentifier. Enabled (3) applies
        the access control list to all RIP routing protocol packet
        traffic on the router port for which the entry exists.
        Disabled (2) prevents the access control list from being
        applied."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfEntry 17 }

--  IP RIP Interface Counters Table
--  This table contains the managed objects for IP RIP packet and byte
--  counter on a per router port basis.
nwIpRipIfCtrTable      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpRipIfCtrEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains an entry for each router port.This table
        is indexed by nwIpRipIfCtrIfIndex which indicates the value
        of MIB 2 ifindex, which identifies the router port for which
        the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCounters 1 }

nwIpRipIfCtrEntry      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpRipIfCtrEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry indicates the current packet and byte count of
        RIP routing protocol packets on the router port for which
        the entry exists."
    INDEX           { nwIpRipIfCtrIfIndex }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrTable 1 }

NwIpRipIfCtrEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpRipIfCtrIfIndex            INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfCtrAdminStatus        INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfCtrReset              INTEGER,
                nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime    TimeTicks,
                nwIpRipIfCtrInPkts             Counter,
                nwIpRipIfCtrOutPkts            Counter,
                nwIpRipIfCtrFilteredPkts       Counter,
                nwIpRipIfCtrDiscardPkts        Counter,
                nwIpRipIfCtrInBytes            Counter,
                nwIpRipIfCtrOutBytes           Counter,
                nwIpRipIfCtrFilteredBytes      Counter,
                nwIpRipIfCtrDiscardBytes       Counter
        }

nwIpRipIfCtrIfIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the value of MIB 2 ifindex, which identifies
        the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 1 }

nwIpRipIfCtrAdminStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                other(1),        --  none of the following,
                disabled(2),    --  counters off,
                enabled(3)        --  counters on,
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of the RIP packet and byte
        counters on the router port for which this entry exists. 
        Enabled (3) causes these counters to become active.
        Disabled (2) causes these counters to become inactive."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 2 }

nwIpRipIfCtrReset      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),        --  none of the following,
                            reset(2)         --  force a reset,
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Resets the per-port RIP packet and byte counters on the
        router port for which this entry exists. Reset (2) resets
        the counters to 0. nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime is also reset
        to 0."
    DEFVAL { other }
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 3 }

nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime     OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          TimeTicks
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second,
            that nwIpRipIfCtrAdminStatus has been in the current
            state."
        ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 4 }

nwIpRipIfCtrInPkts       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of RIP routing protocol packets
        that have been received, during nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime,
        on the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 5 }

nwIpRipIfCtrOutPkts      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of RIP packets that have been
        transmitted, during nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router
        port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 6 }

nwIpRipIfCtrFilteredPkts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of RIP packets that have been
        administratively filtered during nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime,
        on the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 7 }

nwIpRipIfCtrDiscardPkts  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of RIP routing protocol packets
        that have been discarded, during nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime.
        that were received through the router port for which the entry
        exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 8 }

nwIpRipIfCtrInBytes      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the RIP routing
        protocol packets that have been received, during
        nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router port for which this
        entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 9 }

nwIpRipIfCtrOutBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the RIP routing
        protocol packets that have been transmitted, during
        nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router port for which
        the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 10 }

nwIpRipIfCtrFilteredBytes        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the RIP routing
        protocol packets that have been administratively filtered,
        during nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime, on the router port for
        which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 11 }

nwIpRipIfCtrDiscardBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the RIP routing
        protocol packets that have been discarded during
        nwIpRipIfCtrOperationalTime, that were received on the
        router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipIfCtrEntry 12 }



--  IP RIP Routing Table
--  This table contains the managed objects for IP RIP route table.
nwIpRipRouteTable      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpRipRouteEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains the RIP route table. This table contains
        an entry for each route learned through the RIP routing
        protocol. Only the best routes from this table are added to
        the IP forwarding table to be used for packet switching."
    ::= { nwIpRipDatabase 1 }

nwIpRipRouteEntry         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpRipRouteEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry describes the RIP route to the destination
        network for which the entry exists."
    INDEX           { nwIpRipRtNetId, nwIpRipRtIfIndex, nwIpRipRtSrcNode}
    ::= { nwIpRipRouteTable 1 }

NwIpRipRouteEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpRipRtNetId                 IpAddress,
                nwIpRipRtIfIndex               INTEGER,
                nwIpRipRtSrcNode               IpAddress,
                nwIpRipRtMask                  IpAddress,
                nwIpRipRtHops                  INTEGER,
                nwIpRipRtAge                   TimeTicks,
                nwIpRipRtType                  INTEGER,
                nwIpRipRtFlags                 INTEGER
        }

nwIpRipRtNetId         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          IpAddress
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is the primary index into the RIP route table. This
        number indicates the IP Address of the destination for which
        the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipRouteEntry 1 }

nwIpRipRtIfIndex       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is a secondary index into IP-RIP route table. This
        number corresponds to the value of MIB 2 ifindex, which
        identifies the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipRouteEntry 2 }

nwIpRipRtSrcNode       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          IpAddress
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is a secondary index into the RIP route table. This
        number indicates the IP Address of the source router from
        which this route was learned. A value of 0.0.0.0 indicates
        that the source is on the network segment directly connected
        to the router port, nwIpRipRtIfIndex."
    ::= { nwIpRipRouteEntry 3 }

nwIpRipRtMask  OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  IpAddress
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the Subnet Mask of the IP Address for 
            which the entry exists."
        ::= { nwIpRipRouteEntry 4 }

nwIpRipRtHops       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS            mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the number of hops required to reach the
        destination for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipRouteEntry 5 }

nwIpRipRtAge    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      TimeTicks
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the amount of time, in seconds, since an update
        has been received for the route for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpRipRouteEntry 6 }

nwIpRipRtType          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                other(1),            --  none of the following,
                invalid(2),         --  not a valid route,
                direct(3),            --  directly connected,
                remote(4),            --  indirectly connected,
                static(5),            --  Learned from static routes
                ospf(6)                --  Learned from ospf routes
                        }
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates whether the destination network is directly
        connected through the router port specified by 
        nwIpRipRtIfIndex, or is indirectly connected through
        another router, specified by nwIpRipRtSrcNode."
    ::= { nwIpRipRouteEntry 7 }

nwIpRipRtFlags         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS            mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies properties of the RIP route. The bit mask is
        as follows: source-changed (1), best-source (2), local net (4),
        net-down (8), update-fib-only (16)."
    ::= { nwIpRipRouteEntry 8 }


--  Link State-based Protocols
--  This group contains the managed objects for OSPF, IP Link State-based
--  based routing.

--  IP OSPF System Configuration Parameters
--  This group contains the objects that pertain to the setup and
--  configuration of the IP OSPF Link State-based routing protocol.

 
nwIpOspfAdminStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  shutdown the router
                        enabled(3)            --  startup the router
        }
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Sets the administrative state of the OSPF routing
            protocol. enabled(3) causes OSPF to become active
            on any IP configured router ports. disabled(2) causes 
            OSPF to perform a graceful shutdown on any active IP
            configured router ports."
        DEFVAL { disabled }
        ::= { nwIpOspfConfig 1 }
 
nwIpOspfOperStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  not running
                        enabled(3),           --  running
                        pending-disable(4),   --  shut-down in progress
                        pending-enable(5)     --  start-up in progress
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the current operating condition of OSPF."
        ::= { nwIpOspfConfig 2 }
   
nwIpOspfAdminReset      OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        reset(2)              --  force a reset
                }
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Resets OSPF. reset(2) will force a restart of OSPF
            on any active IP router ports, configured for OSPF,
            without a graceful shutdown, without affecting any
            other routing services."
        DEFVAL { other }   
        ::= { nwIpOspfConfig 3 }
 
nwIpOspfOperationalTime  OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  TimeTicks
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the amount of time (#of time ticks) that OSPF
         has been in its current operational state."
    ::= { nwIpOspfConfig 4 }
 
nwIpOspfVersion  OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the current Cabletron revision level of OSPF
             in textual format, not the OSPF version supported."
        ::= { nwIpOspfConfig 5 }

nwIpOspfStackSize OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the stack size for the OSPF thread. In order
         for a change of this value to take effect, OSPF
         (nwIpOspfAdminStatus), IP (nwIpSysAdminStatus), or the
         device itself must be reset."
    DEFVAL { 50000 }
    ::= { nwIpOspfConfig 6 }

nwIpOspfThreadPriority OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the run-time execution priority of the OSPF
         protocol thread. In order for a change of this value to
         take effect, OSPF or the IP routing services, or the
         device must be reset."
    DEFVAL { 127 }
    ::= { nwIpOspfConfig 7 }


--  IP OSPF System (aggregate) Counters
--  This group contains the aggregate (device-wide) IP OSPF packet and
--  byte counters.

nwIpOspfCtrAdminStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                other(1),
                disabled(2),
                enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the operating condition of the aggregate
        (device-wide) OSPF packet and byte counters. enable (3)
         causes these counters to become active on any router ports
         running OSPF. disabled (2) cause these counters to become
         inactive on any router port running OSPF."
    DEFVAL { enabled } 
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 1 }

nwIpOspfCtrReset     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            reset(2)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Resets the aggregate (device-wide) OSPF packet and byte
         counters. reset(2) resets the aggregate OSPF counters to 0
         and nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime to 0."
    DEFVAL { other }
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 2 }

nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeTicks
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the amount of time (# of time ticks) that the
         aggregate OSPF packet and byte counters have been active."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 3 }

nwIpOspfCtrInPkts       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of OSPF packets that have been
         received, device-wide, during nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 4 }

nwIpOspfCtrOutPkts      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of OSPF packets that have been
         transmitted, device-wide, during nwIpOspfCtr-
        Operational-Time."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 5 }

nwIpOspfCtrFilteredPkts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of OSPF packets that have been
         administratively filtered, device-wide, during
         nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 6 }

nwIpOspfCtrDiscardPkts  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of OSPF packets that have been
         discarded, device-wide, during nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 7 }

nwIpOspfCtrInBytes      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the OSFP packets
         that have been received, device-wide, during     
        nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 8 }

nwIpOspfCtrOutBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the OSPF packets
         that have been transmitted, device-wide, during
         nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 9 }

nwIpOspfCtrFilteredBytes        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the OSPF packets
         that have been administratively filtered, device-wide,
         during nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 10 }

nwIpOspfCtrDiscardBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the OSPF packets
         that have been discarded, during
         nwIpOspfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfCounters 11 }



-- IP OSPF Interface Table
-- This group, as well as MIB-II OSPF, contains the managed objects used to
-- setup and configure OSPF on a per router port basis.

nwIpOspfIfTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF NwIpOspfIfEntry
    ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains the OSPF configuration information for
         each IP router port"
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfConfig 1 }

nwIpOspfIfEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  NwIpOspfIfEntry
    ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry specifies the OSPF configuration information
        for the IP router port for which the entry exists."
    INDEX   { nwIpOspfIfIndex }
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfTable 1 }

NwIpOspfIfEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpOspfIfIndex             INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfAdminStatus       INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfOperStatus        INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfOperationalTime   TimeTicks,
                nwIpOspfIfVersion           INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfSnooping          INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfType              INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfAclIdentifier        INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfAclStatus         INTEGER
        }

nwIpOspfIfIndex         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is the primary index into the OSPF interface table.
         This number corresponds to the index into the MIB-2
         Interface Table which describes the router port for
         which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 1 }

nwIpOspfIfAdminStatus   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            disabled(2),
                            enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of OSPF on the IP router
         port for which the entry exists. enabled(3)
         causes OSPF to become active on the router port.
         disabled(2) causes OSPF to become inactive on the
         router port."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 2 }

nwIpOspfIfOperStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  not running
                        enabled(3),           --  running
                        pending-disable(4),   --  shut-down in progress
                        pending-enable(5)     --  start-up in progress
        }
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of OSPF on the IP
         router port for which the entry exists. enabled(3)
         causes OSPF to become active on the router port.
         disabled(2) causes OSPF to become inactive on the
         router port."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 3 }

nwIpOspfIfOperationalTime     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         TimeTicks    
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second,
         that nwIpOspfIfAdminStatus has been in its current state."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 4 }

nwIpOspfIfVersion       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the OSPF protocol revision level supported on
          the router port."
    DEFVAL { 1 } 
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 5 }

nwIpOspfIfSnooping      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            disabled(2),
                            enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls the operation of OSPF Snooping on the IP
         router port for which the entry exists.OSPF
         Snooping is operating OSPF in passive mode, so it receives
         route information, builds and maintains a route
         information table, but does not advertise. enable (3)
         turns on OSPF Snooping. disable (2) turns it off."
    DEFVAL { disabled }
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 6 }
                                
nwIpOspfIfType  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),
                        bma(2),
                        nbma(3)
                 }
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the attached network segment does or
         does not support broadcast media access. bma (2) indicates
         that route advertisements can be sent as broadcasts. nbma
         (3) indicates that route advertisements must be addresses
         directly to each neighbor."
    DEFVAL { bma }
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 7 }

nwIpOspfIfAclIdentifier OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER    
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the Access Control List ID of the access
         control list applied to OSPF traffic on the IP router
         port for which the entry exists. A value of
         0 indicates that no Access List applies."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 8 }

nwIpOspfIfAclStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                other(1),
                disabled(2),
                enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls the operation of the access list configured for
         OSPF traffic on the IP router port for which the entry exists.
         enabled(3) causes the access list to be applied. disabled(2)
         causes the access list not to be applied."
    DEFVAL {  disabled }
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfEntry 9 }


--  IP OSPF Interface Counters Table
-- This table contains the objects that specify the packet and byte counters
-- for each configured IP OSPF router port.

nwIpOspfIfCtrTable      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpOspfIfCtrEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains the OSPF packet and byte counter for
        each configured OSPF router port."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCounters 1 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          NwIpOspfIfCtrEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry specifies the OSPF packet and byte counter for
         for the router for which the entry exists."
    INDEX    { nwIpOspfIfCtrIfIndex }
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrTable 1 }

NwIpOspfIfCtrEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpOspfIfCtrIfIndex            INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrAdminStatus        INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrReset              INTEGER,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime    TimeTicks,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrInPkts             Counter,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrOutPkts            Counter,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrFilteredPkts       Counter,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrDiscardPkts        Counter,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrInBytes            Counter,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrOutBytes           Counter,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrFilteredBytes      Counter,
                nwIpOspfIfCtrDiscardBytes       Counter
        }

nwIpOspfIfCtrIfIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is the primary index into the OSPF interface counter
         table. This number corresponds to the index into the MIB-2
         Interface Table which describes the router port for
         which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 1 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrAdminStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                other(1),
                disabled(2),
                enabled(3)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the administrative state of the OSPF packet and byte
         counters on the IP router port for which
         the entry exists. enabled(3) causes these counters to
         become active on the router port. disabled(2) turns these
         counters off."
    DEFVAL { enabled } 
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 2 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrReset      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            reset(2)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Resets the OSPF packet and byte counters on the router port
         for which the entry exists. reset (2) resets the
         interface-specific counters to 0 and
         nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime  to 0."
    DEFVAL { other }
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 3 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeTicks
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the amount of time (# of time ticks) that the
         interface-specific OSPF packet and byte counters have
         been active on the router port for which the entry
         exists."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 4 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrInPkts       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of OSPF packets that have been
         received, on the router port for which the entry exists,
         during nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 5 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrOutPkts      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of OSPF packets that have been
         transmitted, on the router port for which the entry exists,
         during nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 6 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrFilteredPkts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of OSPF packets that have been
         administratively filtered, on the router port for which
         the entry exists, during nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime."
     ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 7 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrDiscardPkts  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of OSPF packets that have been
         discarded, on the router port for which the entry exists,
        during nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 8 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrInBytes      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the OSPF packets
         that have been received, on the router port for
         which the entry exists, during
         nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 9 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrOutBytes     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the OSPF packets
         that have been transmitted, on the router port for which the
         entry exists, during nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 10 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrFilteredBytes        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the OSPF packets
         that have been administratively filtered, on the
         router port for which the entry exists, during
         nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime"
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 11 }

nwIpOspfIfCtrDiscardBytes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of bytes in the OSPF packets
         that have been discarded, on the router port for which the
         entry exists, during nwIpOspfIfCtrOperationalTime."
    ::= { nwIpOspfIfCtrEntry 12 }


--  IP Forward Information Base (FIB) System Group

--  The nwIpFibSystem group provides a way to prioritize static routes or
--  routes learned from RIP or OSPF.  Note, the IETF IP Forwarding Table
--  leaf ipForwardProto maps the value (3) netmgmt and (2) local to
--  staticRoutePriority.  Lets say the FIB table holds two routes to the
--  same destination. If the first route has leaf ipForwardProto equal to
--  (3), a static route set by mgmnt, and the second route has say (13),
--  an OSPF route, then the static route will be the one taken in a next
--  hop lookup in the FIB, because static routes have higher priority than
--  OSPF routes.  The following leafs are necessary because metrics cannot
--  be compared across routes from different sources.

nwIpRipRoutePriority          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the route priority assigned to routes learned by the
         RIP routing protocol."
    DEFVAL { 16 }
    ::= { nwIpFibSystem 1 }

nwIpOSPFRoutePriority          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the route priority assigned to routes learned by the
        OSPF routing protocol."
    DEFVAL { 32 }
    ::= { nwIpFibSystem 2 }

nwIpStaticRoutePriority          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
         "Specifies the route priority assigned to routes learned by
        statically configured routes.."
    DEFVAL { 48 }   
    ::= { nwIpFibSystem 3 }

-- The Cabletron IP OSPF FIB control group
-- A list of objects controlling or identifying the number of entries 
-- in the Cabletron IP OSPF FIB.

nwIpOspfForward OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "The total number of valid Cabletron IP OSPF FIB entries to
         include static, dynamic, RIP and BGP4 type routes."
    ::= { nwIpOspfFibControl 1 }

nwIpOspfLeakAllStaticRoutes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER {
                      disabled (2), -- do not leak all static routes
                      enabled  (1)  -- leak all static routes
                     }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Add all static routes in the IP FIB to the Cabletron IP OSPF FIB for
         advertisement in OSPF routing protocol announcements."
    ::= { nwIpOspfFibControl 2 }

nwIpOspfLeakAllRipRoutes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Add all RIP routes in the IP FIB to the Cabletron IP OSPF FIB for 
         advertisement in OSPF routing protocol announcements."
    ::= { nwIpOspfFibControl 3 }

nwIpOspfLeakAllBgp4Routes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Add all BGP4 routes in the IP FIB to the Cabletron IP OSPF FIB for 
         advertisement in OSPF routing protocol announcements."
    ::= { nwIpOspfFibControl 4 }


--  Cabletron IP OSPF FIB entries

nwIpOspfStaticTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         SEQUENCE OF NwIpOspfStaticEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "A table of statically configured entries in the Cabletron IP OSPF 
         FIB."
    ::= { nwIpOspfFibEntries 1 }

nwIpOspfStaticEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         NwIpOspfStaticEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "A list of information for each static entry in the Cabletron 
       IP OSPF FIB."
    INDEX { nwIpOspfStaticDest, nwIpOspfStaticForwardMask, nwIpOspfStaticNextHop }
    ::= { nwIpOspfStaticTable 1 }

NwIpOspfStaticEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
             nwIpOspfStaticDest             IpAddress,
             nwIpOspfStaticForwardMask      IpAddress,
             nwIpOspfStaticNextHop          IpAddress,
             nwIpOspfStaticMetric           INTEGER,
             nwIpOspfStaticMetricType       INTEGER,
             nwIpOspfStaticStatus           INTEGER
            }

nwIpOspfStaticDest OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         IpAddress
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "The network Address of a static route leaked from the IP FIB into the
         Cabletron IP OSPF FIB."
  ::= { nwIpOspfStaticEntry 1 }

nwIpOspfStaticForwardMask OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         IpAddress
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "The network mask of a static route leaked from the IP FIB into the 
         Cabletron IP OSPF FIB."
    ::= { nwIpOspfStaticEntry 2 }

nwIpOspfStaticNextHop OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         IpAddress
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "The next hop address of a static route leaked from the IP FIB into the 
         Cabletron IP OSPF FIB. A value of 0.0.0.0 indicates that packets for 
         the external destination should be forwarded to the
         advertising router."
    ::= { nwIpOspfStaticEntry 3 }

nwIpOspfStaticMetric OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER  
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "The Cabletron IP OSPF advertised cost of reaching the leaked static 
         route."
    ::= { nwIpOspfStaticEntry 4 }

nwIpOspfStaticMetricType OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER  
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "The Cabletron IP OSPF metric type to be advertised using
        OSPF: Autonomous System External type 1 (1) or Autonomous System
        External type 2 (2)."
    ::= { nwIpOspfStaticEntry 5 }

nwIpOspfStaticStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER {
                      inactive (1), -- add the static route to the IP OSPF FIB
                      active   (2), -- add and advertise the static route to the IP OSPF FIB
                      delete   (3)  -- delete the static route from the IP OSPF FIB
                      }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
       "By setting this OID to inactive for a particular static route, the static 
        route will be added to the IP OSPF FIB but not advertised. Setting this 
        OID to active for a particular static route, the static route will be 
        advertised by the OSPF router. By setting this OID to delete for a 
        particular static route, the entry will no longer be advertised using 
        OSPF and will be deleted from the IP OSPF FIB."
    ::= { nwIpOspfStaticEntry 6 }


nwIpOspfDynamicTable OBJECT IDENTIFIER
--    SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF NwIpOspfDynamicEntry
--    ACCESS      not-accessible
--    STATUS      optional
--    DESCRIPTION
--        "The Cabletron IP OSPF FIB Dynamic entry table."
--    INDEX { nwIpOspfDynamicDest }
    ::= { nwIpOspfFibEntries 2 }


nwIpOspfRipTable OBJECT IDENTIFIER
--    SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF NwIpOspfRipEntry
--    ACCESS      not-accessible
--    STATUS      optional
--    DESCRIPTION
--        "The Cabletron IP OSPF FIB RIP entry table."
--    INDEX { nwIpOspfRipDest }
    ::= { nwIpOspfFibEntries 3 }


nwIpOspfBgp4Table OBJECT IDENTIFIER
--    SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF NwIpOspfBgp4Entry
--    ACCESS      not-accessible
--    STATUS      optional
--    DESCRIPTION
--        "The Cabletron IP OSPF FIB BGP4 entry table."
--    INDEX { nwIpOspfBgp4Dest }
    ::= { nwIpOspfFibEntries 4 }


--  IP Host Systems Group

nwIpHostsTimeToLive    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the amount of time (number of minutes) that an entry
        can remain in the ARP cache."
    ::= { nwIpHostsSystem 1 }

nwIpHostsRetryCount    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the maximum number of times IP Routing Services
        will retry each attempt to resolve a host address."
    ::= { nwIpHostsSystem 2 }


--  IP Host Interfaces Table
-- This table contains the objects that specify the control information for
-- maintaining the ARP cache (IP Net-to-Media Table).

nwIpHostCtlTable       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpHostCtlEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains the control information for maintaining
        a cache of IP host addresses on each router port. Note that
        the of actual entries are maintained by the IP Address
        Translation Table (Net-to-Media) of MIB 2."
    ::= { nwIpHostsInterfaces 1 }

nwIpHostCtlEntry     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpHostCtlEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry contains the control information for
        maintaining the cache on each router port."
    INDEX   { nwIpHostCtlIfIndex }
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlTable 1 }


NwIpHostCtlEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpHostCtlIfIndex             INTEGER,
                nwIpHostCtlAdminStatus         INTEGER,
                nwIpHostCtlOperStatus          INTEGER,
                nwIpHostCtlOperationalTime  TimeTicks,
                nwIpHostCtlProtocol            INTEGER,
                nwIpHostCtlSnooping            INTEGER,
                nwIpHostCtlProxy               INTEGER,
                nwIpHostCtlCacheMax            INTEGER,
                nwIpHostCtlCacheSize           INTEGER,
                nwIpHostCtlNumStatics          Counter,
                nwIpHostCtlNumDynamics         Counter,
                nwIpHostCtlCacheHits           Counter,
                nwIpHostCtlCacheMisses         Counter
        }

nwIpHostCtlIfIndex       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the value of MIB 2 ifindex, which identifies
        the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 1 }

nwIpHostCtlAdminStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                other(1),
                disable(2),
                enable(3)
                        }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object does not apply to this protocol. It is a
        common object, inherited from the MIB framework used to
        provide a common management interface to all the Cabletron
        Routing Services protocol specific MIBS. Setting this object
        has no effect."
    DEFVAL { enable }    
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 2 }

nwIpHostCtlOperStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),             --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),          --  not running
                        enabled(3),           --  running
                        pending-disable(4),   --  shut-down in progress
                        pending-enable(5)     --  start-up in progress
        }
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current operating condition of the 
        IP Host Address cache on the router port for which the
        entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 3 }

nwIpHostCtlOperationalTime      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeTicks
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the elapsed time, in hundredths of a second,
        that nwIpHostCtlOperStatus has been in the current state."
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 4 }

nwIpHostCtlProtocol    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                other(1),
                disable(2),
                enable(3)
                        }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls the operation of the ARP protocol on the router
        port for which the entry exists."
    DEFVAL { enable }  
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 5 }

nwIpHostCtlSnooping    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                other(1),
                disable(2),
                enable(3)
                        }
    ACCESS          read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls ARP Snooping on the router port for which
        the entry exists. Given the ARP protocol is enabled,
        nwIpHostCtlProtocol=3, setting nwIpHostCtlIfSnooping to
        enabled (3) turns on ARP Snooping. When ARP Snooping is 
        enabled the source IP and physical addresses of all ARP 
        packets received on the router port are added to the MIB 2
        Net-to-Media Table."
    DEFVAL { disable }   
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 6 }

nwIpHostCtlProxy       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                other(1),
                disable(2),
                enable(3)
                        }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Controls the operations of Proxy ARP on the router port
        for which the entry exists. Given the ARP protocol is 
        enabled, nwIpHostCtlProtocol=3, setting nwIpHostCtlProxy to
        enabled (3) turns on Proxy ARP. When Proxy ARP is enabled on
        a router port, and an ARP request is received, requesting the
        address for an IP host whose network address is listed on the
        IP route table, then IP Routing Services sends a Proxy ARP
        response, with the physical address of the receiving router 
        port in place of the requested host's physical address. Based
        on this proxy response, the requesting host will then forward
        packets to the router port, and IP Routing Services will then
        forward them to the correct destination."
    DEFVAL { disable }    
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 7 }
       
nwIpHostCtlCacheMax    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER
    ACCESS          read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the maximum number of entry slots the cache
        can consist of. nwIpHostCtlCacheMax cannot be set to less
        than 16. Setting this value does not allocate any memory for
        the cache."
    DEFVAL { 1024 }   
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 8 }

       
nwIpHostCtlCacheSize   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current number of entry slots in the cache.
        The cache automatically resizes to accommodate all entries
        up to the maximum number of entries set by 
        nwIpHostCtlCacheMax."
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 9 }

nwIpHostCtlNumStatics  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the total number of static entries in the cache
        on the router port for which the entry exists. Static entries
        remain in the cache until they are administratively removed."
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 10 }

nwIpHostCtlNumDynamics OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the number of dynamic entries in the cache on
        the router port for which the entry exists. Dynamic entries
        area added and aged out by the ARP protocol."
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 11 }
       
nwIpHostCtlCacheHits   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter 
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the number of times an entry in the cache has
        been used to successfully provide the physical address 
        required to forward an IP packet on the router port for
        which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 12 }
       
nwIpHostCtlCacheMisses OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter
    ACCESS          read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the number of times the physical address
        required to forward an IP packet has not been found in
        the cache on the router port for which the entry exists."
    ::= { nwIpHostCtlEntry 13 }

        
--  IP Hosts-to-Media Table 
--  This table serves to supplement the MIB-2 Net-To-Media Table.  It
--  supports both non-WAN interfaces and logical WAN interfaces and the
--  circuits under them. In addition to the ifIndex, IpAddress, and 
--  PhysAddress mapping, each address translation includes the framing
--  required to converse with the host, the platform's logical port number,
--  and the circuit identifier associated with the mapping if applicable.


nwIpHostMapTable       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX           SEQUENCE OF NwIpHostMapEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "The Ip Address translation table used for mapping an IP
         address to physical address, framing, port and circuit
         identifier, if applicable."
        ::= { nwIpHostsToMedia 1 }

nwIpHostMapEntry     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         NwIpHostMapEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry contains one IpAddress to 'physical'
         address equivalence, including a circuit identifier
          if applicable. Also provided is the framing and
         port number required to converse with this host."
        INDEX   { nwIpHostMapIfIndex, nwIpHostMapIpAddr }
        ::= { nwIpHostMapTable 1 }

 NwIpHostMapEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpHostMapIfIndex      INTEGER,
                nwIpHostMapIpAddr       IpAddress,
                nwIpHostMapPhysAddr     PhysAddress,
                nwIpHostMapType         INTEGER,   
                nwIpHostMapCircuitID    INTEGER,
                nwIpHostMapFraming      INTEGER,   
                nwIpHostMapPortNumber   INTEGER
                }

nwIpHostMapIfIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "This is the primary (major) index into the HostMap 
              table. This number corresponds to the index into the
              MIB-2 Interfaces Group which describes the IP router 
              port for which the entry exists."
        ::= { nwIpHostMapEntry 1 }
 

nwIpHostMapIpAddr    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  IpAddress
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The IpAddress corresponding to the media-dependent
              'physical' address and circuit identifier (if applic)."
        ::= { nwIpHostMapEntry 2 }


nwIpHostMapPhysAddr    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  PhysAddress
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The media-dependent 'physical' address. The value of
              this object is 0 for entries indicating native-wan(8)
              framing."
        ::= { nwIpHostMapEntry 3 }

nwIpHostMapType        OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER {
            other(1),
            invalid(2),
            dynamic(3),
            static(4),
            inactive(5)
        }    
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
             "Setting this object to the value invalid(2) has
             the effect of invalidating the corresponding entry
             in the nwIpHostMapTable.  That is, it effectively
             dissasociates the circuit identified with said
             entry from the mapping identified with said entry.
             It is an implementation-specific matter as to
             whether the agent removes an invalidated entry
             from the table.  Accordingly, management stations
             must be prepared to receive tabular information
             from agents that corresponds to entries not
             currently in use.  Proper interpretation of such
             entries requires examination of the relevant
             nwIpHostMapType object."

        ::= { nwIpHostMapEntry 4 }

nwIpHostMapCircuitID    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The identifier for the virtual circuit present on the 
             interface. On an interface configured for Frame Relay,
             this number is the DLCI for the IP Address at the end of
             the circuit. For non-WAN interfaces, the value of this
             object is zero."
        ::= { nwIpHostMapEntry 5 }

nwIpHostMapFraming    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER    {             --  valid media types
                        other(1),           --  experimental
                        ethernet(2),        --  ethernet
                        snap(3),            --  ethernet and fddi
                        slip(5),            --  serial line
                        localtalk(7),       --  internal SMB-1 only
                        nativewan(8),       --  wan media types
                        encapenet(9),       --  wan media types
                        encapenetsnap(11),  --  wan media types
                        encaptrsnap(14),    --  wan media types
                        encapfddisnap(16),  --  wan media types
                        canonical(17)       --  special media, tbd
                    }
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Specifies the framing type required to converse with the
              host for which this entry exists."
        ::= { nwIpHostMapEntry 6 }

nwIpHostMapPortNumber    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER 
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The unique value for the logical port number. It's value
             ranges between 1 and a maximum value which is dependent on
             both the number of interfaces in the system and the number
             of circuits present on interfaces which are of WAN type."
        ::= { nwIpHostMapEntry 7 }


--  IP Access Control List Table

--  Implementation of the nwIpAccessControl  group is optional. This group
--  will be implemented for devices that provide Routing Services.
--  This table contains the managed objects for the Access Control Lists
--  within the IP Router.  Access Control Lists allow configuration of
--  restricted access to networks and protocols reachable thru the IP
--  Router device.  Access Control Lists can be defined with these
--  objects and then be independently applied to IP forwarding router ports.

nwIpAclValidEntries  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  Gauge
    ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the number of valid entries that exist in the
        access control list table."
    ::= { nwIpAccessControl 1 }

nwIpAclTable           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpAclEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains the access control list information
        for IP traffic. This table contains entries, each of which
        allows packet forwarding between source/destination pairs to
        be permitted or denied. The list is identified by the Access
        Control List ID. Each list may contain multiple entries 
        ordered by sequence number. When an access control list is
        searched, it is searched in sequence number order and the 
        first match found ends the search. If no match is found, 
        access defaults to permitted."
    ::= { nwIpAccessControl 2 }

nwIpAclEntry           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpAclEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry contains IP source/destination access information."
    INDEX    { nwIpAclIdentifier, nwIpAclSequence }
    ::= { nwIpAclTable 1 }

NwIpAclEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
               nwIpAclIdentifier        INTEGER,
               nwIpAclSequence             INTEGER,
               nwIpAclPermission        INTEGER,
               nwIpAclMatches            Counter,
               nwIpAclDestAddress        IpAddress,
               nwIpAclDestMask             IpAddress,
               nwIpAclSrcAddress        IpAddress,
               nwIpAclSrcMask            IpAddress,
               nwIpAclProtocol          INTEGER,
               nwIpAclPortNumber        INTEGER

    }

nwIpAclIdentifier      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is the primary (major) index into the IP access
        control list table. This value identifies the access control
        list by a unique identifier arbitrarily assigned by the user.
        All entries that have the same value for nwIpAclIdentifier
        belong to the same access control list."
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 1 }

nwIpAclSequence        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is the secondary (minor) index into the IP access
        control list table. This number corresponds to a sequence
        number used to order multiple entries within the same access
        control list."
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 2 }

nwIpAclPermission      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                            other(1),
                            invalid(2),
                            permit(3),
                            deny(4),
                            permit-bidirectional(5),
                            deny-bidirectional(6)
                        }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether access is allowed or denied between
        the source and destination address pair. Note that source
        and destination are interchangeable when bi-directional
        control is selected. To remove an existing entry set
        nwIpAclPermission to invalid (2). Invalid entries disappear
        after reboot."
    DEFVAL { permit }   
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 3 }

nwIpAclMatches         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the number of matches on this entry that have
        resulted in the permit/deny access restriction being 
        applied as part of the forwarding process."
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 4 }

nwIpAclDestAddress     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          IpAddress
    ACCESS          read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the destination IP address used to compare
        for matches on the access control list."
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 5 }

nwIpAclDestMask        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          IpAddress
    ACCESS          read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the mask to be applied to the destination address
        to determine the portion of the address used to compare for
        matches on the access control list. Only bits that are 
        matching are used in the comparison. This allows for 
        wild-carding and partial matching."
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 6 }

nwIpAclSrcAddress      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          IpAddress
    ACCESS          read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
         "Specifies the source address used to compare for
         matches on the access control list."
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 7 }

nwIpAclSrcMask         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          IpAddress
    ACCESS          read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the mask to be applied to the source address
        to determine the portion of the address to be used to compare
        for matches on the access control list. Only bits that are
        matching are used in the comparison. This allows for 
        wild-carding and partial matching."
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 8 }

nwIpAclProtocol      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER {
                           other(1),        -- none of the following
                           all(2),          -- all ip packets
                           icmp(3),         -- icmp packets only
                           udp(4),          -- udp packets only
                           tcp(5)           -- tcp packets only
                           }
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the IP protocols checked to compare for matches
        on the access control list."
    DEFVAL { all }   
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 9 }

nwIpAclPortNumber    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the port number used to compare for matches on
        the access control list. nwIpAclPortNumber only applies 
        if nwIpAclProtocol is equal to 4 or 5, UDP or TCP
        nwIpAclPortNumber ranges from 0 to 65536. The value 0 is 
        a wildcard which matches any port."
    ::= { nwIpAclEntry 10 }


--  IP Redirector Table

--  The Redirector allows UDP broadcast packets that would normally be
--  discarded by the Router to be forwarded (or redirected) to a
--  specific (non-broadcast) IP address.

nwIpRedirectTable       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF NwIpRedirectEntry
    ACCESS        not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains an entry for each UDP port configured
        for UDP broadcast redirection."
    ::= { nwIpRedirectorSystem 1 }

nwIpRedirectEntry     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          NwIpRedirectEntry
    ACCESS          not-accessible
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry contains the UDP port number of and IP Address
        to which UDP packets received as LAN broadcasts, should be
        redirected."
    INDEX           { nwIpRedirectPort }
    ::= { nwIpRedirectTable 1 }

NwIpRedirectEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpRedirectPort         INTEGER,
                nwIpRedirectAddress     IpAddress,
                nwIpRedirectType         INTEGER,
                nwIpRedirectCount         Counter
        }

nwIpRedirectPort        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         INTEGER
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is the primary index into the UDP redirector table,
        identifying the UDP port number of the packets that will 
        be redirected."
    ::= { nwIpRedirectEntry 1 }

nwIpRedirectAddress     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          IpAddress
    ACCESS        read-write
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Sets the IP address to which the UDP broadcast packets
        matching the UDP redirect port value (nwIpRedirectPort)
        will be forwarded."
    ::= { nwIpRedirectEntry 2 }

nwIpRedirectType  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        forward(1),
                        delete(2)
                }
    ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS  mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Set this object to enable or disable the redirector
        feature for the UDP port specified by nwIpRedirectAddress."
    DEFVAL { forward }
    ::= { nwIpRedirectEntry 3 }

nwIpRedirectCount     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX         Counter
    ACCESS        read-only
    STATUS        mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates how many UDP broadcast packets have been
        redirected, as specified by this entry."
    ::= { nwIpRedirectEntry 4 }


--  IP Event Group

nwIpEventAdminStatus    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                                other(1),
                                disabled(2),
                                enabled(3)
                        }
        ACCESS          read-write
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Sets the administrative state of IP event logging.
            enabled(3) causes the event log to become active.
            disabled(2) causes the event log to become inactive."  
        DEFVAL { disabled }  
        ::= { nwIpEventLogConfig 1 }

nwIpEventMaxEntries     OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER
        ACCESS          read-write
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Sets the administrative state of IP event logging.
            Enabled (3) causes the event log to become active. 
            Disabled (2) causes the event log to become inactive."
        DEFVAL { 100 }   
        ::= { nwIpEventLogConfig 2 }

nwIpEventTraceAll OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                                other(1),        --  none of the following,
                                disabled(2),    --  disable IP event logging,
                                enabled(3)        --  enable IP event logging
                        }
        ACCESS          read-write
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Enabled (3) allows logging of all event types on all
            router ports for all protocols and components. 
            Disabled (2) causes the filter table to specify which events
            to log."
        DEFVAL { enabled }    
        ::= { nwIpEventLogConfig 3 }


--  Event Log Filter Table
--  The Event Log Filter Table contains the managed objects used to set-up
--  and configure log entries.

nwIpEventFilterTable            OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF NwIpEventFilterEntry
        ACCESS          not-accessible
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "This table contains an entry for each event filter
            configured for IP Routing Services events."
        ::= { nwIpEventLogFilterTable 1 }

nwIpEventFilterEntry            OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          NwIpEventFilterEntry
        ACCESS          not-accessible
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Each entry describes an event filter which defines
            a particular type of event to be logged to the event log.
            The value of nwIpEventProtocol indicates the value used 
            in either the nwRtgProtocolTable or the nwComponentTable
            in the Cabletron Routing Services MIB, which identifies
            the protocol to which the entry exists."
        INDEX   { nwIpEventFltrProtocol, nwIpEventFltrIfNum }
        ::= { nwIpEventFilterTable 1 }

NwIpEventFilterEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpEventFltrProtocol   INTEGER,
                nwIpEventFltrIfNum      INTEGER,
                nwIpEventFltrControl    INTEGER,
                nwIpEventFltrType       INTEGER,
                nwIpEventFltrSeverity   INTEGER,
                nwIpEventFltrAction     INTEGER
        }

nwIpEventFltrProtocol   OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the value of the Cabletron Routing Services
            MIB nwRtgProtocolInstance or nwComponentRtgInstance
            which identifies the protocol involved in the event for
            which the event filter exists."
        ::= { nwIpEventFilterEntry 1 }

nwIpEventFltrIfNum      OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Specifies the router port involved in the event for
            which the event filter exists."
        ::= { nwIpEventFilterEntry 2 }

nwIpEventFltrControl    OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                                other(1),
                                delete(2),
                                add(3)
                        }
        ACCESS          read-write
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Set this value to 3 to add the entry to the event
            filter table. Set this value to 2 to remove the entry
            from the event filter table."
        DEFVAL { add }   
        ::= { nwIpEventFilterEntry 3 }

nwIpEventFltrType        OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                misc(1),
                timer(2),
                rcv(4),
                xmit(8),
                event(16),
                diags(32),
                error(64)
            }
        ACCESS      read-write
        STATUS      mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "This 6 bit mask specifies the types of events to
            be logged. By default all 6 bits are set to 1, 
            indicating that all types of events are to be logged.
            Setting any bit to 0 removes an event type from this field
            and prevents that type of event from being logged.Setting
            any bit to 1 adds an event type to this field and enables
            that type of event to be logged. "
        DEFVAL { error }
        ::= { nwIpEventFilterEntry 4 }

nwIpEventFltrSeverity   OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                             highest(1),
                             highmed(2),
                             highlow(3)
            }
        ACCESS      read-write
        STATUS      mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Specifies the level of severity an event must meet
            in order to be logged. Controls the amount of event
            logging by ignoring events of a lower priority than
            specified by this filter value. `Highmed' ignores only
            events of the lowest severity. `Highlow' logs all events
            highest priority through lowest. `Highest' severity causes
            all events except those of the highest severity to be
            ignored. `Highmed' severity is the default setting which
            causes only events of the lowest severity to be ignored.
            `Highlow' severity logs all events, regardless of severity."
        DEFVAL { highest }
        ::= { nwIpEventFilterEntry 5 }

nwIpEventFltrAction OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                        log(1),
                        trap(2),
                        log-trap(3)
            }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies how the events are to be logged. Logging to the
        `log' stores the events in the event log table
        (nwIpEventFltrAction). Logging to `trap' sends events out
        through the trap mechanism."
    DEFVAL { log }
    ::= { nwIpEventFilterEntry 6 }

--  Event Log Table
--  The Event Log Table contains the logged events.

nwIpEventTable          OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF NwIpEventEntry
        ACCESS          not-accessible
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "This table contains an entry for each event that has
            been logged."
        ::= { nwIpEventLogTable 1 }

nwIpEventEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          NwIpEventEntry
        ACCESS          not-accessible
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Each entry contains the information about an event
            that has been logged to the event table."
        INDEX           { nwIpEventNumber }
        ::= { nwIpEventTable 1 }

NwIpEventEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpEventNumber         INTEGER,
                nwIpEventTime           TimeTicks,
                nwIpEventType           INTEGER,
                nwIpEventSeverity       INTEGER,
                nwIpEventProtocol       INTEGER,
                nwIpEventIfNum          INTEGER,
                nwIpEventTextString     OCTET STRING
        }

nwIpEventNumber         OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "An ordinal value assigned to the event for which the
            log entry exists. nwIpEventNumber is assigned so that
            each event in the event log can be uniquely identified
            by the value of nwIpEventNumber."
        ::= { nwIpEventEntry 1 }

nwIpEventTime           OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          TimeTicks
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the time at which the event was logged to
            the event log."
        ::= { nwIpEventEntry 2 }

nwIpEventType           OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                                misc(1),
                                timer(2),
                                rcv(4),
                                xmit(8),
                                event(16),
                                diags(32),
                                error(64)
                        }
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the type of event that was logged."
        ::= { nwIpEventEntry 3 }

nwIpEventSeverity               OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER {
                                highest(1),
                                highmed(2),
                                highlow(3)
                        }
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the severity that was assigned to the event."
        ::= { nwIpEventEntry 4 }

nwIpEventProtocol               OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the value of the Cabletron Routing Services
            MIB nwRtgProtocolInstance or nwComponentInstance which
            indentifies the protocol or component that was involved
            in the event."
        ::= { nwIpEventEntry 5 }

nwIpEventIfNum          OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          INTEGER
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Indicates the router port that was involved in the event."
        ::= { nwIpEventEntry 6 }

nwIpEventTextString     OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX          OCTET STRING
        ACCESS          read-only
        STATUS          mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Contains the actual text string that was logged."
        ::= { nwIpEventEntry 7 }



--  IP Work Group Group

-- This group contains the managed objects used to setup and configure the
-- IP router ports into associations known as workgroups.  Each workgroup is
-- a subnet with one address and security level shared by the associated ports.

-- This group consists of four tables. The first three are configuration
-- tables and the fourth is a read-only status table:

-- Definition Table  = entry defines a workgroup;
-- Interface Table   = entry associates an interface (port) to a workgroup;
-- Range Table       = entry locks a range of host addresses to a port
--                       if the entry range is a single host address
--                       it may also lock that host to a given physical address
-- Host Table        = entry indicates a discovered host on the discovered port
--                       with its discovered physical address            


--  This group makes use of a Rowstatus textual convention.

--  Rowstatus is a status object used to administrate conceptual rows in the
--  IP Work Group tables defined below.

--  It is an integer used here in an SNMPv1 MIB but intended to have the same
--  semantics as the RowStatus textual convention for SNMPv2.

--  SYNTAX      INTEGER {
--                   active(1),
--                   notInService(2),
--                   notReady(3),
--                   createAndGo(4),
--                   createAndWait(5),
--                   destroy(6)
--               }
--  DESCRIPTION
--          "Rowstatus is used to manage the creation and deletion of conceptual
--          rows, and is used as the value of the SYNTAX clause for the status
--          column of the row.
 
--          The status column has six defined values:
 
--               active         = usable by the managed device;
--               notInService   = unusable, row information complete;
--               notReady       = unusable, row incomplete;
--               createAndGo    = set to create a row in active status;
--               createAndWait  = set to create a row in either
--                                    notReady or notInService status;
--               destroy        = set to delete existing row;
 
--          The first three values are states which may be retrieved by a
--          management protocol get operation. The last three values are
--          actions - they may be written but not read.  All values except
--          `notReady' may be specified in a set operation. For example
--          to temporarily disable a row, set status to `notInService' and
--          reactivate it later by a set to `active.'  The agent alone
--          determines `notReady' status. If a row is created by a set of
--          `createAndWait' and the agent has enough row information from
--          instance and default values to complete the row, the status
--          will be set to `notInService' else to `notReady'."
--




--  IP Work Group Definition Table
--  to define a workgroup

nwIpWgDefTable          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpWgDefEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "This table has an entry for each workgroup subnet definition.
                It is indexed by and arbitrary integer indentifier."
        ::= { nwIpWorkGroup 1 }

nwIpWgDefEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpWgDefEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "Each entry specifies the configuration and status of an
                individual work group."
    INDEX     { nwIpWgDefIdentifier }
        ::= { nwIpWgDefTable 1 }

NwIpWgDefEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpWgDefIdentifier         INTEGER,
                nwIpWgDefHostAddress        IpAddress,
                nwIpWgDefSubnetMask         IpAddress,
                nwIpWgDefSecurity           INTEGER,
                nwIpWgDefFastPath           INTEGER,
                nwIpWgDefRowStatus          INTEGER,
                nwIpWgDefOperStatus         INTEGER,
                nwIpWgDefNumActiveIntf      INTEGER,
                nwIpWgDefNumTotalIntf       INTEGER
        }
 
nwIpWgDefIdentifier     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "An index into the definition table, unique to each entry,
                arbitrarily assigned by the user."
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 1 }


nwIpWgDefHostAddress    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      IpAddress
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The IP address of the IP router host which applies to every  
                interface included in the workgroup."
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 2 }


nwIpWgDefSubnetMask     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      IpAddress
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The subnet mask for the IP address above, thereby defining
                the subnet which applies to every interface included in the
                workgroup."
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 3 }

nwIpWgDefSecurity       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        none(1),
                        low(2),
                        medium(3),
                        high(4)
            }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "A security level which applies to this workgroup as a whole.
                Security applies in conjunction with the range table below,
                which locks hosts to interfaces and/or physical address.
                Packets are filtered out if security is violated.

                For a high (4) security workgroup, a host must reside on the 
                interface and with the physical address configured in a range
                table entry. For medium (3) security a host must reside on a 
                configured interface, but unless a physical address is also
                specified in that range entry, the physical address is not
                constrained.  For low (2) security a host is free to reside 
                on any interface with any physical address if not configured 
                in the range table, but if configured must match a configured
                entry.  If security is none (1) the range table does not apply."
    DEFVAL { low }    
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 4 }


nwIpWgDefFastPath       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                        other(1),     --  none of the following
                        disabled(2),
                        enabled(3)
            }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "Enabled (3) provides a fast path for packets through the
                router when both source and destination are within this
                workgroup - done mostly by skipping IP header validation."
    DEFVAL { enabled }    
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 5 }


nwIpWgDefRowStatus      OBJECT-TYPE
--    SYNTAX      Rowstatus            textual convention above
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                        active(1),
                        notInService(2),
                        notReady(3),
                        createAndGo(4),
                        createAndWait(5),
                        destroy(6)
                }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "This status instance does not support `createAndGo.'
                A row entry should be created by a set of `createAndWait'
                which brings the status to `notReady.' The missing row info
                may then be supplied by setting nwIpWgDefHostAddr and
                nwIpWgDefSubnetMask. If defaults are OK for nwIpWgDefFastPath
                and nwIpWgDefSecurity this status instance may then be set to
                `active' to activate the row."
    DEFVAL { notReady }    
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 6 }


nwIpWgDefOperStatus      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                        ok(1),
                        disabled(2),
                        subnetConflict(3),
                        internalError(4)
                }
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The operational status of this workgroup definition entry.
                It will be `disabled' if this entry's row status is not active.
                It will be `subnetConflict' if there is a conflict with an
                existing active entry in this workgroup definition table."
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 7 }


nwIpWgDefNumActiveIntf   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The number of interfaces (ports) in this workgroup which
                have an operational status nwIpWgIfOperStatus of `OK' in the
                IP Work Group Interface table below."
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 8 }


nwIpWgDefNumTotalIntf  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The number of interfaces (ports) in this workgroup which
                have an administrative status nwIpWgIfRowStatus of `active'
                in the IP Work Group Interface table below."
        ::= { nwIpWgDefEntry 9 }


-- IP Work Group Interface Table
-- to associate an interface (port) to a workgroup

nwIpWgIfTable           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpWgIfEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "This table contains an entry for each port in a workgroup.
                It is indexed by the workgroup identifier and the MIB-II 
                interface indentifier."
        ::= { nwIpWorkGroup 2 }

nwIpWgIfEntry           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpWgIfEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "Each entry specifies the association of a router port to
                 a defined workgroup."
    INDEX    { nwIpWgIfDefIdent, nwIpWgIfIfIndex }
        ::= { nwIpWgIfTable 1 }

NwIpWgIfEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpWgIfDefIdent       INTEGER,
                nwIpWgIfIfIndex        INTEGER,
                nwIpWgIfNumActiveHosts INTEGER,
                nwIpWgIfNumKnownHosts  Counter,
                nwIpWgIfRowStatus      INTEGER,
                nwIpWgIfOperStatus     INTEGER
        }
 
nwIpWgIfDefIdent        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The workgroup identifier.  This is the primary index into
                the IP Work Group Interface Table, matching the index into
                the Definition Table above."
        ::= { nwIpWgIfEntry 1 }


nwIpWgIfIfIndex         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The interface number.  This is the secondary index into the
                IP Work Group Interface Table, matching the primary index
                into the MIB-2 IfTable which describes the router port."
        ::= { nwIpWgIfEntry 2 }


nwIpWgIfNumActiveHosts  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The number of hosts known to be active on this interface in
                 this workgroup. These hosts are visible in the IP Work Group
                 Host Table below. Hosts age out and become inactive in
                 approximately 10 minutes if not rediscovered thrugh ARP."
        ::= { nwIpWgIfEntry 3 }
 

nwIpWgIfNumKnownHosts   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The number of hosts seen on this interface in this workgroup
                since this interface entry was last activated."
        ::= { nwIpWgIfEntry 4 }


nwIpWgIfRowStatus       OBJECT-TYPE
--    SYNTAX      Rowstatus            textual convention above
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                        active(1),
                        notInService(2),
                        notReady(3),
                        createAndGo(4),
                        createAndWait(5),
                        destroy(6)
                }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "This status instance supports `createAndGo' semantics
                to create an active entry."
    DEFVAL { notInService }    
        ::= { nwIpWgIfEntry 5 }



nwIpWgIfOperStatus      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER { 
                        ok(1),
                        disabled(2),
                        workgroupInvalid(3),
                        addressConflict(4),
                        resetRequired(5),
                        linkDown(6),
                        routingDown(7),
                        internalError(8)
                }
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The operational status of this interface (port) entry. 
                It will be `disabled' if this entry's row status is not active.
                It will be `workgroupInvalid' if either there is no workgroup
                defined for this entry's nwIpWgIfDefIdent or if the operational
                status for the workgroup in the definition table is not ok.
                It will be `addressConflict' if an entry in nwIpAddressTable
                is a conflict with the workgroup address of the definition.
                If there is no conflict and this entry's row status has just
                been activated, this operational status will be `resetRequired'.
                It will be `linkDown' if there are no physical connections on
                this interface and `routingDown' if routing or forwarding has
                been adminstratively disabled. If unspecified internal problems
                occur the status will be `internalError'."
        ::= { nwIpWgIfEntry 6 }




--  IP Router Work Group Range Table
--  to lock host ranges to an interface
--  and optionally lock to a physical address


nwIpWgRngTable          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpWgRngEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "This table locks ranges of IP hosts (addresses) to ports.
                Entries in this table represent explicit permissions. The
                host(s) represented by a range entry may exchange packets
                with this router if it (they) match the port specified in the
                entry. Optionally physical address may be locked as well.

                This table functions in concert with the workgroup security
                level as defined in the IP Work Group Definition Table entry.
                For hosts not entered in this table the default for a low
                security workgroup is to permit packet exchange, whereas the
                default for medium and high security is to deny packet
                exchange."

        ::= { nwIpWorkGroup 3 }

nwIpWgRngEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpWgRngEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "Each entry configures a range of host IP addresses to be
                associated with a given interface ( port ). If the range
                consists of a single host address the entry may optionally
                specify a physical address. The entry is indexed by the range
                and the port. Ranges may not overlap. However a range may be
                duplicated on different ports.

                The address range must lie within the subnet defined for a
                given workgroup and thus the entry acquires the security
                level of that workgroup. If security is violated, packets
                to and from a given host IP address will be filtered out
                passing through the router. The source and destination IP
                packet addresses are checked against ranges in the range table
                during packet forwarding and must match as follows:

                For a high (4) security workgroup, a host must match a single
                host range entry - it must reside on the port with the
                physical address as configured in that entry.

                For a medium (3) security workgroup, a host must match a range
                entry in that it resides on that port, but unless a physical
                address is also specified in that entry, the physical address
                is not constrained.

                For a low (2) security workgroup, a host is free to reside on
                any port with any physical address as long as its IP address
                does not lie within the range of any entry in the range table,
                but if it does fall in a range then it must completely match
                that entry, or another entry with the duplicate range. Match
                completely means match the port and, if a physical address
                is specified, match that as well."

    INDEX    { nwIpWgRngBegHostAddr, nwIpWgRngEndHostAddr, nwIpWgRngIfIndex }
        ::= { nwIpWgRngTable 1 }

NwIpWgRngEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpWgRngBegHostAddr        IpAddress,
                nwIpWgRngEndHostAddr        IpAddress,
                nwIpWgRngIfIndex            INTEGER,
--                nwIpWgRngDefIdent         INTEGER,
                nwIpWgRngPhysAddr           OCTET STRING,
                nwIpWgRngRowStatus          INTEGER,
                nwIpWgRngOperStatus         INTEGER
        }
 

nwIpWgRngBegHostAddr    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      IpAddress
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The beginning (lower) IP address of the address range.
                This is the primary index into the IP Work Group Range Table."
        ::= { nwIpWgRngEntry 1 }


nwIpWgRngEndHostAddr    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      IpAddress
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The ending (higher) IP address of the address range.
                This is the secondary index of the IP Work Group Range Table."
        ::= { nwIpWgRngEntry 2 }


nwIpWgRngIfIndex        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The interface number.  This is the tertiary index into the
                IP Work Group Interface Table, matching the primary index
                into the MIB-2 IfTable which describes the router port."
        ::= { nwIpWgRngEntry 3 }


nwIpWgRngPhysAddr       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      OCTET STRING
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The physical address of the host with the IP address given
                in the nwIpWgRngBegHostAddr for this conceptual row entry.
                Only single host range entry in which nwIpWgRngEndHostAddr is
                the same as nwIpWgRngBegHostAddr may set a physical address."
    DEFVAL    { '000000000000'h }
        ::= { nwIpWgRngEntry 4 }


nwIpWgRngRowStatus      OBJECT-TYPE
--    SYNTAX      Rowstatus            textual convention above
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                        active(1),
                        notInService(2),
                        notReady(3),
                        createAndGo(4),
                        createAndWait(5),
                        destroy(6)
                }
    ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "This status instance supports `createAndGo' semantics
                to create an active entry."
    DEFVAL    { notInService }    
        ::= { nwIpWgRngEntry 5 }


nwIpWgRngOperStatus      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER { 
                        ok(1),
                        disabled(2),
                        workgroupInvalid(3),
                        interfaceInvalid(4),
                        physAddrRequired(5),
                        internalError(6)
                }
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The operational status of this range table entry. 
                It will be `disabled' if this entry's row status is not active.
                It will be `workgroupInvalid' if either there is no workgroup
                or if the operational status for the workgroup in the definition
                table associated with this address range is not ok.
                It will be `interfaceInvalid' if this interface is not in
                the workgroup interface table or if operational status of the
                interface entry is not ok.  It will be `physAddrRequired' if
                the security level of the associated workgroup is high and
                no physical address has been specified for this entry."
        ::= { nwIpWgRngEntry 6 }
 


--  IP Work Group Host Table
--  to show status of hosts in workgroups

nwIpWgHostTable         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF NwIpWgHostEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "A read only status table for hosts in workgroups.
                It has the information similar to a net-to-media table."
        ::= { nwIpWorkGroup 4 }

nwIpWgHostEntry         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      NwIpWgHostEntry
    ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "Each entry shows a workgroup host. Entry is indexed by
                IP address and interface (port).  It gives the workgroup 
                and the physical address found for the host."
    INDEX    { nwIpWgHostHostAddr, nwIpWgHostIfIndex }
        ::= { nwIpWgHostTable 1 }

NwIpWgHostEntry ::=
        SEQUENCE {
                nwIpWgHostHostAddr          IpAddress,
                nwIpWgHostIfIndex           INTEGER,
                nwIpWgHostDefIdent          INTEGER,
                nwIpWgHostPhysAddr          OCTET STRING,
                nwIpWgHostStatus            INTEGER
        }


nwIpWgHostHostAddr      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      IpAddress
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The host IP address. This is the primary index to the
                IP Work Group Host Table."
        ::= { nwIpWgHostEntry 1 }


nwIpWgHostIfIndex       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The interface (port) number. This is the secondary index
                to the IP Work Group Host Table, matching the primary index
                to the MIB-2 IfTable which describes the router port."
        ::= { nwIpWgHostEntry 2 }

 
nwIpWgHostDefIdent      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The workgroup identifier.  This corresponds to the primary
                index into the IP Work Group Interface Table."
        ::= { nwIpWgHostEntry 3 }


nwIpWgHostPhysAddr      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      OCTET STRING
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "The physical address of the host with the IP address given
                in the nwIpWgHostHostAddr for this conceptual row entry."
        ::= { nwIpWgHostEntry 4 }


nwIpWgHostStatus        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                        other(1),
                        unknown(2),
                        valid(3),
                        invalid-multiple(4),
                        invalid-physaddr(5),
                        invalid-range(6),
                        invalid-interface(7),
                        invalid-workgroup(8),
                        invalid-expired(9)
                }
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      mandatory
    DESCRIPTION
                "This status of the host with respect to the workgroup.

                The host may be `unknown' if ARP has not discovered on which
                port it resides.

                The status of `invalid-multiple' means the same host
                IP address was later found duplicated on another port.

                The status of `invalid-physaddr' means the host matched an
                entry in the IP Work Group Range Table with respect to range
                and port, but did not match that entry for physical address.
                If the workgroup was high security this status would result
                even if no physical address was given in the range entry.

                The status of `invalid-range' could either mean that, in a high
                or medium security workgroup, the host was not in the range of
                any entry in the IP WORK GROUP Range Table, or that it was not
                in the range of an entry with a matching port.

                The status of `invalid-interface' could mean the port was
                physically down or just not in service in the IP Work Group
                Interface Table.

                The status of `invalid-workgroup' could mean the workgroup
                does not exist or is not in service in the IP Work Group
                Definition Table.

                The status of `invalid-expired' means the host became inactive
                and aged out on the port on which it was learned."

        ::= { nwIpWgHostEntry 5 }

END