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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-TRANSLATION-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN
 
 --  ctron-translation-mib.txt
 --  Revision: 1.02.00
 --  Part Number:
 --  Date: April 26, 1999
 
 
 --  Cabletron Systems, Inc.
 --  35 Industrial Way, P.O. Box 5005
 --  Rochester, NH 03867-0505
 --  (603) 332-9400
 --  support@ctron.com
 
 --
 --  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 94 Cabletron Systems
 --
 
  
 IMPORTS
       OBJECT-TYPE     FROM RFC-1212
       DisplayString   FROM RFC1213-MIB
       MacAddress      FROM BRIDGE-MIB
       ctTranslation   FROM CTRON-MIB-NAMES;
 
 --  DisplayString ::= OCTET STRING
 --  This data type is used to model textual information taken from
 --  the NVT ASCII character set.  By convention, objects with this
 --  syntax, unless explicitly stated, are declared as having:
 --
 --  SIZE (0..255)
 
 -- MacAddress ::= OCTET STRING (SIZE (6))       a 6 octet
                                              -- address in the
                                              -- "canonical" order
 

 
 ctTransFddiAtm         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  1 }
 ctTransFddiEthernet    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  2 }
 ctTransEthernetFddi    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  3 }
 ctTransRifDb           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  4 }
 ctTransBcastX          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  5 }
 ctTransIbmLlc          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  6 }
 ctTransSr              OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  7 }
 ctTransNovellCfg       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  8 }
 ctTransIPCfg           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation  9 }
 ctTransA2Cfg           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation 10 }
 ctTransOtherCfg        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation 11 }
 ctTranslfpsCfg         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ctTranslation 12 }
 

 -- ============================================================================
 -- FDDI/ATM Group 
 --
 -- controls IP fragmentation between FDDI and ATM.
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- ============================================================================
         
 ctTransFddiAtmMtu  OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
     greater1518MTU(1), -- MTU greater than 1518 (1) (default)
        less1518MTU(2)          -- MTU less than 1518 (2)
        }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "When written with a (1), allows SNAP frames up to 4500 bytes in
        length to be received from the FNB and processed by the ATM SAR
        component. When this object is written with a (1), a value 
        of (1) for the ctTransFddiAtmIPFrag object must be ignored.
 
        When written with a (2), discards any frames received on the FNB
        which are greater than 1518 bytes in length. A 
        value of (2) must be ignored if the frame is IP and the
        ctTransFddiAtmIPFrag object is written with a (1)."
 DEFVAL { greater1518MTU }
 ::= { ctTransFddiAtm 1 }
 
 ctTransFddiAtmIPFrag    OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        enable(1),      -- Enable IP Fragmentation
        disable(2)      -- Disable IP Fragmentation
        }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "When written with a (1), will fragment IP frames from FDDI to
        Ethernet before the frame is processed by the ATM SAR 
        component. This object must be ignored when written with a (1) if the 
        ctTransFddiAtmMtu object is written with a (1).
 
        When written with a (2), discards any frames received on the FNB
        which are greater than 1518 bytes in length. A value of 
        (2) for this object must be ignored if the ctTransFddiAtmMtu
        object is written with a (1)."
 DEFVAL { disable }
 ::= { ctTransFddiAtm 2 }
 
 -- ============================================================================
 -- FDDI/Ethernet Group 
 -- 
 -- controls frame Translation  between FDDI and Ethernet.
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- ============================================================================
 
 ctTransFddiEthernetIPFrag      OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        enabled(1),      
        disabled(2)              
       }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "Enables or disables IP fragmentation from FDDI to any/all
        Ethernet interfaces."
   ::= { ctTransFddiEthernet 1  }

 ctTransFddiSnapEthernetType    OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        ethernetII(1),
        ethernetSnap(2)
        }        
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "The desired frame type to be translated from FDDI to Ethernet.
        If set to ethernetII(1) all non-IPX frames will be translated
        to ethernetII.  If set to ethernetSnap(2), all non-IPX frames will
        be translated to ethernet_snap."
 DEFVAL { ethernetII }
 ::= { ctTransFddiEthernet 2  }
 
 ctTransFddiEthernetAuto        OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        enabled(1),
        disabled(2),             
   notSupported(3)
        }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "Enables or disables the 'Auto-Learn' Translation feature of
        FDDI to Ethernet frames for the objects below. If enabled, 
        the device will automatically learn the frame type by source 
        address from the Ethernet interfaces. If enabled, IPX FDDI frames 
        destined to a learned source address will be translated to the 
        appropriate frame type. If the Ethernet destination address has 
        not been heard from,  therefore the frame type used is unknown, 
        the device default frame translation for that frame type will be used."
   ::= { ctTransFddiEthernet 3  }
 
 ctTransFddiEthernetSnapIPX     OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        ethernetII(1),
        ethernetSnap(2),
        ethernet802dot3(3),
        ethernet802dot3Raw(4)            
        }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "The desired translation of IPX FDDI SNAP frames to Ethernet."
 ::= { ctTransFddiEthernet 4  }
 
 ctTransFddiEthernet802dot2IPX  OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        ethernetII(1),
        ethernetSnap(2),
        ethernet802dot3(3),
        ethernet802dot3Raw(4)
        }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "The desired translation of IPX FDDI 802.2 frames to Ethernet."
 ::= { ctTransFddiEthernet 5  }
 
 ctTransFddiEthernetMACIPX      OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        ethernetII(1),
        ethernetSnap(2),
        ethernet802dot3(3),
        ethernet802dot3Raw(4)
        }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "The desired translation of IPX FDDI MAC frames to Ethernet."
 ::= { ctTransFddiEthernet 6 }
  
 -- ============================================================================
 -- Ethernet/FDDI Group 
 --
 -- controls frame Translation  between Ethernet and FDDI.
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 --
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- ============================================================================

 ctTransEthernetFddiRAW         OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        fDDI802dot2(1),
        fDDISnap(2),
        fDDIMAC(3)
        }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "The desired translation of Ethernet802.3 'RAW' frames to FDDI.
        This is a device level object meaning Ethernet 'RAW' frames 
        to any/all FDDI interfaces."
   ::= { ctTransEthernetFddi 1 }

 ctTransEthernetFddiPadVerify OBJECT-TYPE
 SYNTAX INTEGER {
        enabled(1),
        disabled(2),
        not-supported(3)
        }
 ACCESS read-write
 STATUS mandatory
 DESCRIPTION
        "Selects 802.3 length verfication for Ethernet FDDI frame  
        translation. 

        If set to Enabled(1), the device consults the 802.3 length
        field to determine the amount of pad to removed regardless
        of frame size. This setting will cause the device to strip
        unnecessary pad in frames greater than 64 bytes.

        If set to Disabled(2), the default value, the 802.3
        length field is only interpreted if the frame size is
        64 bytes. For frames greater than 64 bytes, it is assumed
        that there is no 802.3 pad in the frame. 

        If set to Not-Supported(3), the device does not support this 
        feature and will only strip pad from ethernet frames that are
        64 bytes in length."
 ::= { ctTransEthernetFddi 2 }

 -- ============================================================================
 -- RIF database group.
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the entire
 -- group must be implemented
 --
 -- ============================================================================

 ctTransRifDbTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransRifDbEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A table containing entries of RIF Database."
         ::= { ctTransRifDb 1 }
 
 ctTransRifDbEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransRifDbEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This entry for ctTransRifDbTable."
         INDEX    { ctTransRifDbMacAddr }
         ::= { ctTransRifDbTable 1 }
 
 CtTransRifDbEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransRifDbMacAddr
                  MacAddress,
             ctTransRifDbSrcPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransRifDbLength
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransRifDbRIF
                  DisplayString
         }

 ctTransRifDbMacAddr OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  MacAddress
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The Mac address of a source station in Cabletron cannonical
       format."
         ::= { ctTransRifDbEntry 1 }
 
 ctTransRifDbSrcPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The index of the MIB-II interface that hardware address is learned
              from."
         ::= { ctTransRifDbEntry 2 }
 
 ctTransRifDbLength OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object returns the number of bytes of routing information
              associated with this entry."
         ::= { ctTransRifDbEntry 3 }
 
 ctTransRifDbRIF OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..16))
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This returns the routing information associated with an entry."
         ::= { ctTransRifDbEntry 4 }
 
 ctTransRifDbCtrlTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransRifDbCtrlEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A table containing entries of objects to control RIF database."
         ::= { ctTransRifDb 2 }
 
 ctTransRifDbCtrlEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransRifDbCtrlEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This entry for ctTransRifDbCtrlTable."
         INDEX    { ctTransRifDbCtrlPort }
         ::= { ctTransRifDbCtrlTable 1 }
 
 CtTransRifDbCtrlEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransRifDbCtrlPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransRifDbWeightState
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransRifDbCtrlType
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransRifDbAgingTimer
                  INTEGER
         }

 ctTransRifDbCtrlPort  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number of the port for which this entry
              is administering control over the RIF cache."
         ::= { ctTransRifDbCtrlEntry 1 }

 ctTransRifDbWeightState OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 notsupported(1),
                 shortestpath(2),
                 quickestpath(3),
                 largestmtu(4),
                 lastseen(5)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "Indicates the type of RIF to be retained in the RIF database.
              shortestPath (2) is the RIF with the least number of hops. The 
                               existing RIF will be replaced if the new RIF 
                               is shorter.
              quickestPath (3) is the 'first seen' RIF.
              largestMTU   (4) is the path that supports the largest frame as
                               indicated by the LF (largest frame bits) in the
                               routing control field (RCF).
              lastSeen     (5) is the 'most recently seen' RIF. 
 
              The default value for this object is device specific."
         ::= { ctTransRifDbCtrlEntry 2 }

 ctTransRifDbCtrlType  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 explorer(1),
                 all(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "Type of RIF to cache. When the explorer option (1) is selected
              the existing RIF may be replaced only if the received frame is 
              an explorer.  When the 'all' option (2) is selected the existing 
              RIF may be replaced for any SR frame received with a valid RIF. 

              Some devices will use this in conjunction with the 
              ctTransRifDbWeightState option to determine which RIFs may be 
              cached.

              The default for this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransRifDbCtrlEntry 3 }


ctTransRifDbAgingTimer  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The timeout period in seconds for aging out dynamically 
              learned RI Fs.

              The default for this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransRifDbCtrlEntry 4 }


 -- ============================================================================
 -- Broadcast Conversion group.
 --
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- ============================================================================

 ctTransBcastXTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransBcastXEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list describing the state of the broadcast conversion for each
              interface on this device. The user will specify two broadcast
              addresses (per interface), one for the media specific interface 
              one for the cannonical format, that the translation state machine
              will provide conversion between. This conversion only acts upon the
              DA of the MAC header when the specified address matches the DA."
         ::= { ctTransBcastX 1 } 

 ctTransBcastXEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransBcastXEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list of objects pertaining to the state of broadcast
              conversion for each interface."
         INDEX    { ctTransBcastXPort }
         ::= { ctTransBcastXTable 1 }

 CtTransBcastXEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransBcastXPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransBcastXMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransBcastXMedia
                  MacAddress,
             ctTransBcastXCanonical
                  MacAddress
         }

 ctTransBcastXPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number of the port for which this entry
              is administering broadcast conversion translation."
         ::= { ctTransBcastXEntry 1}

 ctTransBcastXMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether the ctTransBcastXMedia and 
              ctTransBcastXCanonical objects pair are valid for this 
              interface."
         ::= { ctTransBcastXEntry 2}

 ctTransBcastXMedia OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  MacAddress
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object is the media specific broadcast address that this 
              interface will allow translation to/from. This conversion only
              acts upon the DA of the MAC header when the specified address 
              matches the DA." 
         ::= { ctTransBcastXEntry 3}

 ctTransBcastXCanonical OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  MacAddress
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object is the cannonical broadcast address that this 
              interface will allow translation to/from. This conversion only 
              acts upon the DA of the MAC header when the specified address 
              matches the DA." 
         ::= { ctTransBcastXEntry 4}
 
 -- =========================================================================== 
 -- IBM LLC configuration group.
 --
 -- Normally this group will only be implemented on devices with the
 -- ability to 'remember' the type of network the packet originated 
 -- on.
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- =========================================================================== 

 ctTransIbmLlcTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransIbmLlcEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list describing the state of the
              IBM LLC translation for each interface on this device."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlc 1 } 

 ctTransIbmLlcEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransIbmLlcEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list of objects pertaining to the state of IBM LLC 
              translation for each interface."
         INDEX    { ctTransIbmLlcPort }
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcTable 1 }

 CtTransIbmLlcEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransIbmLlcPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIbmLlcNullMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIbmLlcSnaPathMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIbmLlcSnaMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIbmLlcNbMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIbmLlcLnmMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIbmLlcDscMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIbmLlcOtherMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIbmLlcOtherValue
                  INTEGER
         }

 ctTransIbmLlcPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number of the port for which this entry
              is administering IBM LLC translation."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 1}

 ctTransIbmLlcNullMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "IBM networks systems have a special translation called 'IBM
              LLC Encapsulation' which is used for translating IBM LLC
              based protocols between Token Ring and Ethernet Version 2.0 (DIXE) 
              format. This translation does not apply when going between Token 
              Ring and 802.3, since LLC SAPs are maintained. This translation 
              allows connectivity between Token stations separated by an 
              Ethernet segment in an internetwork environment. An Ethernet 
              protocol type of 80 D5 is used to indicate IBM LLC protocol 
              encapsulation.

              When enabled(1) all frames outbound on this token ring port and 
              with an LSAP value of 00 (Null) and where the packet originated 
              on an ethernet network will have the IBM LLC protocol field of 
              five bytes stripped from the packet.

              When disabled(2) the IBM LLC protocol field is untouched on these
              packets.
              
              The default value for this object is product specific. A write of
              notsupported (1) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 2}

 ctTransIbmLlcSnaPathMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "IBM networks systems have a special translation called 'IBM
              LLC Encapsulation' which is used for translating IBM LLC based 
              protocols between Token Ring and Ethernet Version 2.0 (DIXE) 
              format. This translation does not apply when going between Token 
              Ring and 802.3, since LLC SAPs are maintained. This translation 
              allows connectivity between Token stations separated by an 
              Ethernet segment in an internetwork environment. An Ethernet 
              protocol type of 80 D5 is used to indicate IBM LLC protocol 
              encapsulation.


              When enabled(1) all frames outbound on this token ring port and 
              with an LSAP value of 04 (SNA path control) and where the packet 
              originated on an ethernet network will have the IBM LLC protocol 
              field of five bytes stripped from the packet.

              When disabled(2) the IBM LLC protocol field is untouched on these
              packets.
              
              The default value for this object is product specific. A write of
              notsupported (1) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 3}

 ctTransIbmLlcSnaMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "IBM networks systems have a special translation called 'IBM
              LLC Encapsulation' which is used for translating IBM LLC based 
              protocols between Token Ring and Ethernet Version 2.0 (DIXE) 
              format. This translation does not apply when going between Token 
              Ring and 802.3, since LLC SAPs are maintained. This translation 
              allows connectivity between Token stations separated by an 
              Ethernet segment in an internetwork environment. An Ethernet 
              protocol type of 80 D5 is used to indicate IBM LLC protocol 
              encapsulation.

              When enabled(1) all frames outbound on this token ring port and 
              with an LSAP value of 08 (SNA) and where the packet originated 
              on an ethernet network will have the IBM LLC protocol field of 
              five bytes stripped from the packet.

              When disabled(2) the IBM LLC protocol field is untouched on these
              packets.
              
              The default value for this object is product specific. A write of
              notsupported (1) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 4}

 ctTransIbmLlcNbMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "IBM networks systems have a special translation called 'IBM
              LLC Encapsulation' which is used for translating IBM LLC based 
              protocols between Token Ring and Ethernet Version 2.0 (DIXE) 
              format. This translation does not apply when going between Token 
              Ring and 802.3, since LLC SAPs are maintained. This translation 
              allows connectivity between Token stations separated by an 
              Ethernet segment in an internetwork environment. An Ethernet 
              protocol type of 80 D5 is used to indicate IBM LLC protocol 
              encapsulation.


              When enabled(1) all frames outbound on this token ring port and 
              with an LSAP value of F0 (NetBIOS) and where the packet originated 
              on an ethernet network will have the IBM LLC protocol field of 
              five bytes stripped from the packet.

              When disabled(2) the IBM LLC protocol field is untouched on these
              packets.
              
              The default value for this object is product specific. A write of
              notsupported (1) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 5}

 ctTransIbmLlcLnmMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "IBM networks systems have a special translation called 'IBM
              LLC Encapsulation' which is used for translating IBM LLC based 
              protocols between Token Ring and Ethernet Version 2.0 (DIXE) 
              format. This translation does not apply when going between Token 
              Ring and 802.3, since LLC SAPs are maintained. This translation 
              allows connectivity between Token stations separated by an 
              Ethernet segment in an internetwork environment. An Ethernet 
              protocol type of 80 D5 is used to indicate IBM LLC protocol 
              encapsulation.


              When enabled(1) all frames outbound on this token ring port and 
              with an LSAP value of F4 (LAN Network Manager) and where the packet 
              originated on an ethernet network will have the IBM LLC protocol 
              field of five bytes stripped from the packet.

              When disabled(2) the IBM LLC protocol field is untouched on these
              packets.
              
              The default value for this object is product specific. A write of
              notsupported (1) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 6}

 ctTransIbmLlcDscMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "IBM networks systems have a special translation called 'IBM
              LLC Encapsulation' which is used for translating IBM LLC based 
              protocols between Token Ring and Ethernet Version 2.0 (DIXE) 
              format. This translation does not apply when going between Token 
              Ring and 802.3, since LLC SAPs are maintained. This translation 
              allows connectivity between Token stations separated by an 
              Ethernet segment in an internetwork environment. An Ethernet 
              protocol type of 80 D5 is used to indicate IBM LLC protocol 
              encapsulation.

              When enabled(1) all frames outbound on this token ring port and 
              with an LSAP value of FC (Discovery) will and where the packet 
              originated on an ethernet network will have the IBM LLC protocol 
              field of five bytes stripped from the packet.

              When disabled(2) the IBM LLC protocol field is untouched on these
              packets.
              
              The default value for this object is product specific. A write of
              notsupported (1) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 7}

 ctTransIbmLlcOtherMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "IBM networks systems have a special translation called 'IBM
              LLC Encapsulation' which is used for translating IBM LLC based 
              protocols between Token Ring and Ethernet Version 2.0 (DIXE) 
              format. This translation does not apply when going between Token 
              Ring and 802.3, since LLC SAPs are maintained. This translation 
              allows connectivity between Token stations separated by an 
              Ethernet segment in an internetwork environment. An Ethernet 
              protocol type of 80 D5 is used to indicate IBM LLC protocol 
              encapsulation.

              When enabled(1) all frames meeting the following criteria:
                      - outbound on this token ring port 
                      - with an LSAP value matching that found in 
                        ctTransIbmLlcOtherValue
                      - where the packet originated on an ethernet network 
              will have the IBM LLC protocol field of five bytes stripped from 
              the packet.

              When disabled(2) the IBM LLC protocol field is untouched on these
              packets.
              
              The default value for this object is product specific. A write of
              notsupported (1) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 8}

 ctTransIbmLlcOtherValue OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object allows the user to select an IBM LLC LSAP value not 
              specified above. 

              When ctTransIbmLlcOtherMode is enabled all frames outbound on this 
              token ring port and providing a match between this value and the 
              outbound packet's LSAP value and where the packet originated on an 
              ethernet network will have the IBM LLC protocol field of five bytes 
              stripped from the packet."
         ::= { ctTransIbmLlcEntry 9}

 -- ============================================================================
 -- Source Route group.
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented,
 -- the entire group must be implemented
 --
 -- ============================================================================
 
 ctTransSrTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransSrEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A table of entries describing the source route
              configuration managed objects."
         ::= { ctTransSr 1 }
 
 ctTransSrEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransSrEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list of objects to allow the configuration of source
              route translation information."
         INDEX    { ctTransSrPort }
         ::= { ctTransSrTable 1 }
 
 CtTransSrEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransSrPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSrIfMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSrExpMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSrIP
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSrIPX
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSrNetBIOS
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSrSNA
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSrOther 
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSRLocalSegment 
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSrSRLF
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransSRAutoRingNumberDetect
                  INTEGER
         }

 ctTransSrPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number for which this entry
              is administering source route configuration management."
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 1 }
 
 ctTransSrIfMode   OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 tp(1),
                 sr(2),
                 srt(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates the types of frames (sr,tp or both)
              supported by endstations attached to this interface.
              This information is used by the device to determine
              if sr/tp translation is required. Default is product specific.

              If tp (1) is selected the RIF cacheing mechanism for this port
              will be disabled. That is, the RIF cache database will be 
              emptied and no RIFs will be learned into the database or attached 
              to outbound packets for this port.

              If sr (2) or srt (3) is selected for this object then the RIFs 
              will be learned into the database according to the rules defined 
              in the object ctTransRifDbWeightState and attached as necessary 
              to outbound packets." 
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 2 }
 
 ctTransSrExpMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 notsupported(1),
                 are(2),
                 ste(3),
                 inboundtype(4)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object selects the type of explorer frame the  SR or SRT
              interface will use, if and when an explorer frame is required. 
              This object is only applicable when ctTransSrIfMode is set to
              sr (2) or srt (3). The requirements will depend on the device
              being managed.
              
              The inboundtype option (4) is supported only on those devices with
              the ability to 'remember' the original state of the arriving 
              explorer packet. When set for this option the device will configure 
              all outbound explorer frames for whichever type of explorer 
              (ARE or STE) it arrived as.

              The default value for this object is product specific. A write of
              notsupported (1) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 3 }

 ctTransSrIP   OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 tp(1),
                 sr(2),
                 auto(3),
                 notsupported(4)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object determines how the sr/tp translation of IP frames 
              of type 'broadcast', 'destination unknown', or 'destination 
              known but IP not previously seen for this end station' should 
              be translated.  This object is only applicable for SRT interfaces.
 
              If tp (1) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the
              SRT interface as a transparent frame.
 
              If sr (2) is selected, the frame is forwarded out
              the srt interface as a source route frame. If this end station
              has never been heard from before an explorer will be launched.
              Which explorer frame (are or ste) is dependent on the object
              ctTransSrExplorerMode defined above.
 
              If auto (3) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the srt
              interface as both a transparent frame and as a source route frame.

              If not supported (4) is selected then the sr/tp translation of these
              types of IP frames will be based on the configuration of the ctTransSrOther
              managed object.
 
              The default value is product specific." 
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 4 }
 
 ctTransSrIPX   OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 tp(1),
                 sr(2),
                 auto(3),
                 notsupported(4)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object determines how the sr/tp translation of IPX frames 
              of type `broadcast`, `destination unknown`, or `destination 
              known but IPX not previously seen for this end station` should 
              be translated.  This object is only applicable for SRT interfaces.
 
              If tp (1) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the
              SRT interface as a transparent frame.
 
              If sr (2) is selected, the frame is forwarded out
              the SRT interface as a source route frame. If this end station
              has never been heard from before an explorer will be launched.
              Which explorer frame (are or ste) is dependent on the object
              ctTransSrExplorerMode defined above.
 
              If auto (3) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the SRT
              interface as both a transparent frame and as a source route frame.

              If not supported (4) is selected then the sr/tp translation of these
              types of IPX frames will be based on the configuration of the ctTransSrOther
              managed object.
 
              The default value is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 5 }
 
 ctTransSrNetBIOS    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 tp(1),
                 sr(2),
                 auto(3),
                 notsupported(4)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object determines how the sr/tp translation of NetBIOS frames 
              of type `broadcast`, `destination unknown`, or `destination 
              known but NetBIOS not previously seen for this end station` should 
              be translated.  This object is only applicable for SRT interfaces.
 
              If tp (1) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the
              SRT interface as a transparent frame.
 
              If sr (2) is selected, the frame is forwarded out
              the SRT interface as a source route frame. If this end station
              has never been heard from before an explorer will be launched.
              Which explorer frame (ARE or STE) is dependent on the object
              ctTransSrExplorerMode defined above.
 
              If auto (3) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the SRT
              interface as both a transparent frame and as a source route frame.

              If not supported (4) is selected then the sr/tp translation of these
              types of NetBIOS frames will be based on the configuration of the ctTransSrOther
              managed object.
 
              The default value is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 6 }
 
 ctTransSrSNA    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 tp(1),
                 sr(2),
                 auto(3),
                 notsupported(4)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object determines how the sr/tp translation of SNA frames 
              of type 'broadcast', 'destination unknown', or 'destination 
              known but SNA not previously seen for this end station' should 
              be translated.  This object is only applicable for SRT interfaces.
 
              If tp (1) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the
              SRT interface as a transparent frame.
 
              If sr (2) is selected, the frame is forwarded out
              the SRT interface as a source route frame. If this end station
              has never been heard from before an explorer will be launched.
              Which explorer frame (ARE or STE) is dependent on the object
              ctTransSrExplorerMode defined above.
 
              If auto (3) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the SRT
              interface as both a transparent frame and as a source route frame.

              If not supported (4) is selected then the sr/tp translation of these
              types of SNA frames will be based on the configuration of the ctTransSrOther
              managed object.
 
              The default value is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 7 }

 ctTransSrOther    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 tp(1),
                 sr(2),
                 auto(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object determines how the sr/tp translation of all 'other  
              protocols' is handled. 'other protocols' includes any protocol not 
              mentioned above (i.e. IP,IPX,NetBIOS, or SNA) or any of those 
              mentioned above with the 'not supported' option selected.

              This object applies to any 'other protocol' frame of type 
              'broadcast', 'destination unknown', or 'destination known but 
              'other protocol' not previously seen for this end station'.
              This object is only applicable for SRT interfaces.
 
              If tp (1) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the
              SRT interface as a transparent frame.
 
              If sr (2) is selected, the frame is forwarded out
              the SRT interface as a source route frame. If this end station
              has never been heard from before an explorer will be launched.
              Which explorer frame (ARE or STE) is dependent on the object
              ctTransSrExplorerMode defined above.
 
              If auto (3) is selected, the frame is forwarded out the SRT
              interface as both a transparent frame and as a source route frame.
 
              The default value is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 8 }
 
 ctTransSRLocalSegment OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
            "The segment (ring) number that uniquely identifies the
             segment to which this interface is connected. Current
             source routing protocols limit this value to the
             range: 0 through 4095. (The value 0 is used by
             some management applications for special test
             cases.)
 
             A value of 65535 signifies that no segment number is
             assigned for this interface. The default value is device
             dependent."
          ::= { ctTransSrEntry 9 }

 ctTransSrSRLF OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
            "The maximum size of the INFO field (LLC and
             above) that this interface can send/receive.  It does
             not include any MAC level (framing) octets.  The
             value of this object is used by this device to
             determine whether a modification of the
             LargestFrame (LF) field of the Routing
             Control field of the Routing Information Field is
             necessary.
 
             64 valid values are defined by the IEEE 802.5M SRT
             Addendum: 516, 635, 754, 873, 993, 1112, 1231,
             1350, 1470, 1542, 1615, 1688, 1761, 1833, 1906,
             1979, 2052, 2345, 2638, 2932, 3225, 3518, 3812,
             4105, 4399, 4865, 5331, 5798, 6264, 6730, 7197,
             7663, 8130, 8539, 8949, 9358, 9768, 10178, 10587,
             10997, 11407, 12199, 12992, 13785, 14578, 15370,
             16163, 16956, 17749, 20730, 23711, 26693, 29674,
             32655, 35637, 38618, 41600, 44591, 47583, 50575,
             53567, 56559, 59551, and 65535."
          ::= { ctTransSrEntry 10 }

 ctTransSRAutoRingNumberDetect OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX INTEGER {
             notsupported(1),
             enable(2),
             disable(3)
             }
          ACCESS read-write
          STATUS mandatory
          DESCRIPTION
             "This object enables an interface to automatically detect 
              the source route ring number of the attached ring segment.
              When enabled, the interface wil automatically each time at
              open, configure its ring number with the supplied ring 
              number from the RPS, if present on the ring. Otherwise,
              a default value is used when the interface opens."
         ::= { ctTransSrEntry 11 }

 -- ============================================================================
 -- Novell Configuration group.
 --
 -- Novell translation is typically used on devices with at least
 -- one token ring interface.
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- ============================================================================

 ctTransNovellCfgTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransNovellCfgEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list describing the enabled/disabled state of the
              Novell translation for each interface on this device."
         ::= { ctTransNovellCfg 1 }

 ctTransNovellCfgEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransNovellCfgEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list of objects pertaining to the state of Novell
              translation for each interface."
         INDEX    { ctTransNovellCfgPort }
         ::= { ctTransNovellCfgTable 1 }

 CtTransNovellCfgEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransNovellCfgPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransNovellCfgMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransNovellGroupMode
                  INTEGER
         }

 ctTransNovellCfgPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number of the port for which this entry is
              administering Novell configuration management."
         ::= { ctTransNovellCfgEntry 1}

 ctTransNovellCfgMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 enabledType2(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "Enable this object indicates whether the device will reverse the
              bit ordering of addresses in the Novell header on Novell packets.
              Enable Type 2 indicates the device will reverse the bit ordering
              of addresses for token ring to fddi and no translation for token
              ring to inb in the MAC layer. Disable will not bit reverse any 
              address.  

              The default of this object is enabled."
         ::= { ctTransNovellCfgEntry 2}
 
 ctTransNovellGroupMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2),
                 notsupported(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object allows the conversion of group and multicast 
              addresses in the MAC DA of the IPX protocol format. Conversion
              is as follows:
              TR(C0 00 00 80 00 00) and Canonical (FF FF FF FF FF FF).
              TR(C0 00 40 00 00 00) and Canonical (09 00 07 FF FF FF).
              This object is only applicable if the state of ctTransNovellCfgMode 
              is enabled. 

              The default value for this object is product specific. A 
              write of notsupported (3) will have no affect."
         ::= { ctTransNovellCfgEntry 3}

 -- ============================================================================
 -- IP configuration group.
 --
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- ============================================================================

 ctTransIPCfgTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransIPCfgEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list describing the enabled/disabled state of the
              IP translation for each interface on this device."
         ::= { ctTransIPCfg 1 }

 ctTransIPCfgEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransIPCfgEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list of objects pertaining to the state of IP
              translation for each interface."
         INDEX    { ctTransIPCfgPort }
         ::= { ctTransIPCfgTable 1 }

 CtTransIPCfgEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransIPCfgPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIPDataCfgMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIPArpCfgMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransIPRarpCfgMode
                  INTEGER
         }

 ctTransIPCfgPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number of the port for which this entry
              is administering IP configuration management."
         ::= { ctTransIPCfgEntry 1}

 ctTransIPDataCfgMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether the device will reverse the bit
              ordering of addresses in the information field of IP data packets
              received and then transmitted on this interface.  
 
              The default of this object is enabled."
         ::= { ctTransIPCfgEntry 2}
 
 ctTransIPArpCfgMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether the device will reverse the bit
              ordering of addresses in the information field of ARP packets
              received and then transmitted on this interface. 

              The default of this object is enabled."
         ::= { ctTransIPCfgEntry 3}

 ctTransIPRarpCfgMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether the device will reverse the
              bit ordering of addresses in the information field of RARP
              packets received and then transmitted on this interface. 

              The default of this object is enabled."
         ::= { ctTransIPCfgEntry 4}
 
 -- ============================================================================
 -- Appletalk2 configuration group.
 --
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- ============================================================================

 ctTransA2CfgTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransA2CfgEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list describing the enabled/disabled state of the
              Appletalk2 translation for each interface on this device."
         ::= { ctTransA2Cfg 1 }

 ctTransA2CfgEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransA2CfgEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list of objects pertaining to the state of Appletalk2 
              translation for each interface."
         INDEX    { ctTransA2CfgPort }
         ::= { ctTransA2CfgTable 1 }

 CtTransA2CfgEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransA2CfgPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransA2DataCfgMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransA2ArpCfgMode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransA2McastCfgMode
                  INTEGER
             }

 ctTransA2CfgPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number of the port for which this entry is
              administering Appletalk2 configuration management."
         ::= { ctTransA2CfgEntry 1}

 ctTransA2DataCfgMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether the device will reverse the
              bit ordering of addresses in the information field of Appletalk2 
              data packets received and then transmitted on this interface.  

              The default of this object is enabled."
         ::= { ctTransA2CfgEntry 2}
 
 ctTransA2ArpCfgMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether the device will reverse the
              bit ordering of addresses in the information field of ARP
              packets received and then transmitted on this interface.  
  
              The default of this object is enabled."
         ::= { ctTransA2CfgEntry 3}

 ctTransA2McastCfgMode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether the device will reverse the
              bit ordering of addresses in the information field of 
              broadcast/multicast packets received and then transmitted on this 
              interface.  
  
              The default of this object is enabled."
         ::= { ctTransA2CfgEntry 4}

 -- ============================================================================
 -- Other Configuration group
 --
 -- Implementation of this group is optional.
 -- However, if any one element of the group is implemented, the
 -- entire group must be implemented
 -- ============================================================================

 ctTransOtherTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransOtherEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list describing processing control for subgroups of LLC frames 
              by SAP or SNAP type. This table allows the user to single out 
              selected frame type groups for special handling by the processor 
              (purely intended as a future upgrade path to add protocols that 
              are currently not supported). This list only affects inbound frames 
              and is indexed on a per port basis."
         ::= { ctTransOtherCfg 1 }

 ctTransOtherEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransOtherEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "A list of objects pertaining to the processing of subgroups
              of LLC frames by SAP or SNAP type."
         INDEX    { ctTransOtherPort }
         ::= { ctTransOtherTable 1 }

 CtTransOtherEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransOtherPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherUnknownSap
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherUnknownSnap
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSapDsap1Mode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSapDsap1Val 
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSapDsap2Mode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSapDsap2Val
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSapDsap3Mode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSapDsap3Val
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSnap1Mode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSnap1Val 
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSnap2Mode
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransOtherSnap2Val
                  INTEGER
         }

 ctTransOtherPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number of the port for which this entry is
              administering  control for subgroups of LLC frames by SAP or 
              SNAP type."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 1}

 ctTransOtherUnknownSap OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether any frames with an unrecognized SAP
              will require special translation handling by the processor. A 
              recognized SAP will be specified by the user in one of the 
              previous configuration groups. 

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 2}
 
 ctTransOtherUnknownSnap OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object indicates whether frames with an unrecognized SNAP
              will require special translation handling by the processor. A 
              recognized SNAP will be specified by the user in one of the 
              previous configuration groups. 

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 3}

 ctTransOtherSapDsap1Mode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object enables(1) or disables (2) the special translation 
              handling of a SAP frame with a DSAP equal to  
              ctTransOtherSapDsap1Val.

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 4}
 
 ctTransOtherSapDsap1Val OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object allows the user to specify a DSAP value that 
              when matched will require additional translation on frames."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 5}

 ctTransOtherSapDsap2Mode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object enables(1) or disables (2) the special translation 
              handling of a SAP frame with a DSAP equal to  
              ctTransOtherSapDsap2Val.

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 6}
 
 ctTransOtherSapDsap2Val OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object allows the user to specify a DSAP value that 
              when matched will require additional translation on frames."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 7}

 ctTransOtherSapDsap3Mode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object enables(1) or disables (2) the special translation 
              handling of a SAP frame with a DSAP equal to  
              ctTransOtherSapDsap3Val.

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 8}
 
 ctTransOtherSapDsap3Val OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object allows the user to specify a DSAP value that 
              when matched will require additional translation on frames."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 9}

 ctTransOtherSnap1Mode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "When enabled (1) this object the value in ctTransOtherSnap1Val 
              will be compared against the protocol values of all SNAP frames 
              received on this interface. A match indicates that the current 
              frame requires special translation handling.

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 10}
 
 ctTransOtherSnap1Val OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..65535)
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object allows the user to specify a SNAP value to match 
              against inbound SNAP frames for translation handling." 
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 11}

 ctTransOtherSnap2Mode OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 enabled(1),
                 disabled(2)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "When enabled (1) this object the value in ctTransOtherSnap2Val 
              will be compared against the protocol values of all SNAP frames 
              received on this interface. A match indicates that the current 
              frame requires special translation handling.

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 12}

 ctTransOtherSnap2Val OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..65535)
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This object allows the user to specify a SNAP value to match 
              against inbound SNAP frames for translation handling." 
         ::= { ctTransOtherEntry 13}

 ctTransLfpsTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CtTransLfpsEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This table is for the user to configure the large frame ports
              ability to support large frames. The Large frame port support
              is done on a per port basis. The operation affects outbound 
              frames only."
         ::= { ctTranslfpsCfg 1 }

 ctTransLfpsEntry OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  CtTransLfpsEntry
         ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             " A list of objects that pertain to the large frame port
               support table."
         INDEX    { ctTransLfpsPort }
         ::= { ctTransLfpsTable 1 }
            
 CtTransLfpsEntry ::=
         SEQUENCE {
             ctTransLfpsPort
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransLfpsAdminStatus
                  INTEGER,
             ctTransLfpsOperationalStatus
                  INTEGER
          }

 ctTransLfpsPort OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "The MIB-II interface number of the port for which this entry is
              administering  control for subgroups of LLC frames by SAP or
              SNAP type."
         ::= { ctTransLfpsEntry 1}


 ctTransLfpsAdminStatus OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 large(1),
                 fragment-if-possible(2),
                 small(3),
                 auto(4)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "When large(1) is the setting all large frames are permissable 
              out that port. fragment_if_possible(2) is used when the outport 
              wants ip frames fragmented before transmission. All other non 
              fragmentable large frames will be transmitted large. small(3)
              requires that no large frames be transmitted out this interface.
              If a frame can be fragmented then it can be transmitted out the 
              interface. auto(4) is a special setting that will allow a device
              to negotiate which of the other three settings to use as the 
              operational mode. 

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransLfpsEntry 2}

 ctTransLfpsOperationalStatus OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 large(1),
                 fragment-if-possible(2),
                 small(3)
                 }
         ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS  mandatory
         DESCRIPTION
             "This value represents the current operational mode of the
              interface. The operational mode should reflect what is set in
              the ctTransLfpsAdminStatus object. The only exception is when
              the user sellects a platform mode that is unsupported and if 
              the ctTransLfpsAdminStatus object is set to auto. If the 
              ctTransLfpsAdminStatus object is set to auto then the negotiated
              value will be reflected, which should be one of the above valid
              possibilities.

              The default of this object is product specific."
         ::= { ctTransLfpsEntry 3 }

END