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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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Vendor: Enterasys Networks Inc
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REPEATER-MIB-2 DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

        --  MMAC Intelligent Repeater (IRBM & IRM2)
        --  Revision: 2.04.02
        --  Part Number:  2170570-01
        --  Date: December 4, 1997

        --  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 part
        --  of the naming tree below:
        --
        --              cabletron { enterprises 52 }
        --
        --  This module will be extended, as additional sub-sections
        --  of this naming tree are defined.
        --

        --  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 97 Cabletron Systems
        

        --              NOTE:
        --              -----

        -- Because rrev2-mib.txt, currently contains both "optional" and
        -- "mandatory" objects, intermixed within groups, and several
        -- Cabletron products utilizing this MIB have supported different
        -- subsets of these "optional" objects, this MIB cannot be 'fixed' 
        -- without 'breaking' one or more product implementation.

        -- To get this MIB to compile with SMIC, you must use the /5 
        -- command line option.  This tells the compiler to allow the
        -- value of "optional" for STATUS.  MOSY doesn't complain.




IMPORTS
        Counter, NetworkAddress  FROM RFC1155-SMI
        commonRev1, sysChassis, sysRepeaters,
        repeaterRev1, repeaterRev2, product, subSysMMAC
                FROM IRM-OIDS
        OBJECT-TYPE FROM RFC-1212;


-- Common MIB Structure
-- ---------------------
-- 
--      The Common MIB is a group of objects that are common to
-- all communications devices. This section will describe these
-- objects.
-- 
-- Instance Identifiers for Common objects
-- ----------------------------------------
-- 
--      There is  only one  instance of an Common object in any
-- device. Thus the Instance Identifier is 0.
deviceType     OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "This object defines the board type for the Management
   board in the device.  (eg. IRBM, IRM). See  appendix A for
   values."
::= { commonRev1 1 }


deviceName    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "An ASCII name of the device that this agent manages."
::= { commonRev1 2 }


deviceIPAddress    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  NetworkAddress
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The Internet address of this device. Write access is granted only
      if SuperUser access is used."
::= { commonRev1 3 }


currentTime    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING (SIZE(7))
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The current time of day as measured by the device in HHMMSS format."
::= { commonRev1 4 }


currentDate        OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING (SIZE(8))
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional 
DESCRIPTION
     "The current date as measured by the device in MMDDYYYY format."
::= { commonRev1 5 }


mACAddress   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-only 
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION 
  "The  MAC (Ethernet)  address of the MMAC. This
   can also be obtained from address translation MIB."
::= { commonRev1 6 }


-- SysOIDs definitions
-- 
-- This section defines the values returned by the System OID
-- in the Internet MIB. These are NOT objects in the MIB but
-- come from the OID tree assigned to Cabletron.
-- 
-- 
-- Formal Definitions


soidIRMSNMP  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sysChassis 1 }

soidIRBM  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sysChassis 2 }

soidIRM2  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sysChassis 3 }

soidMINIMMAC  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sysRepeaters 1 }

soidMRXI  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sysRepeaters 2 }

-- Formal definitions for RepeaterRev1   

device    OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { repeaterRev1 1 }

board     OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { repeaterRev1 2 }

port      OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { repeaterRev1 3 }

sourceAddr OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { repeaterRev1 7 }

redundancy OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { repeaterRev1 8 }

alarm    OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { repeaterRev1 9 }


-- device Object Definitions
-- 
--      This section defines the objects under the Device node.
-- 
-- Instance Identifiers for device objects
-- 
--      Again there is only one instance of an device object in
-- any device. Thus the Instance Identifier is 0.
-- 
-- device Objects


deviceMMACType   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
--        mMAC8(0),     Non shunting
          mMAC3(1),     -- Non shunting
          mMAC5(2),     -- Non shunting
          minimmac(3),
          mrxi1(4),
          mrxi2(5),
          mMACm8Shunt(6),       -- Shunting
          mMACm3Shunt(7),       -- Shunting
          mMACm5Shunt(8),       -- Shunting
        mMAC8FNBShunt(9),
        mMAC3FNBShunt(10),
        mMAC5FNBShunt(11),
        mMACm8FNB(12)
      }
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "Indicates the type of MMAC."
::= { device 2 }


deviceSlots   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
          mMAC8(8),
          mMAC3(3), -- 3 will also be returned for the miniMMAC, MRXI, and MRXI2
          mMAC5(5)
       }
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Number of available slots in this device including the IRM slot."
::= { device 3 }


deviceOccupiedSlots   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The slots that contain MIM boards.
    This field is bit encoded (eg. If a bit is set then that board
    is present.  For example, a value of 3 indicates that there are
    boards in the IRM slot and the first MIM slot."
::= { device 4 }

devicePortsOn   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "A read will return the number of adminstratively ON ports for the device.
    A write of a 1 will administratively enable all the ports
    on the device, except for redundant ports."
::= { device 5 }


deviceTotalPorts   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The total number of ports in the MMAC."
::= { device 6 }


deviceTotalPkts   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets detected on all ports of this device."
::= { device 7 }


deviceTotalErrors   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The sum of all alignment, CRC, out-of-window collisions, runt,
    and giant errors detected by this device."
::= { device 8 }


deviceTransmitColls  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of transmit collisions detected by this device."
::= { device 9 }

deviceRecColls   OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of receive collsions detected by this device."
::= { device 10 }


deviceAligns   OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets with alignment errors detected by this device."
::= { device 11 }


deviceCRCs   OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets with bad CRC detected by this device."
::= { device 12 }


deviceRunts   OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of runt frames detected by this device."
::= { device 13 }


deviceOOWColls  OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of out-of-window collisions detected by this device."
::= { device 14 }


deviceNoResources OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of no resource condtions detected by this device."
::= { device 15 }

deviceRecBytes   OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of bytes detected on the network by this device."
::= { device 16 }


deviceGiantFrames   OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of longer than 1518 byte packets detected by this device."
::= { device 17 }


deviceRestart    OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write 
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
    "A read will return 0.  A set of 0 will restart the device."
::= { device 18 }


deviceResetCounters  OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "A read will return 0.
      A set of 0 will reset all the counters for the device, boards and ports."
::= { device 19 }


deviceRedundantCts  OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of redundant circuits available for use."
::= { device 20 }

deviceTimeBase  OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of seconds used as the interval for performing all of the
      rate alarm checks. The minimum is 10 secs. There isn't a maximum."
DEFVAL  { 10 }
::= { device 24 }


deviceResetRedundancy       OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
  "A read will return 0.
   A set of a 1 will reset redundancy for the entire box."
::= { device 25 }


deviceSrcAddrAgingTime       OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
  "The number of minutes that a source address is not detected before 
   it is removed from the source address table. The minimum is 1 minute
   and the maximum is 1440 minutes (max minutes in a day)."
DEFVAL  { 60 }
::= { device 26 }


deviceSrcAddrTraps       OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER {
    trapsoff(1),
    trapson(2)
      }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
  "Controls sending of source address related traps."
DEFVAL  { trapson }
::= { device 27 }

deviceSrcAddrLocked       OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
    lockoff(1),
    lockon(2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
    "A set of 2 will disable all ports that support link status but do not have
     link active, or is segmented. The first source address seen on each of the
     remaining enabled ports, that have the type of station, will be the only
     address allowed through that port. If any other address is seen the port
     will be disabled."
DEFVAL  { lockoff }
::= { device 28 }


deviceEnetBoardMap OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
    "The slots that contain Ethernet MIM boards.
     This field is bit encoded (e.g. If a bit is set then that board
     is present and is an Ethernet MIM.)  For example, a value of 3 indicates
     that there are boards in the IRM slot and the first MIM slot and that 
     these boards are Ethernet MIMs."
::= { device 29 }


deviceTokenRingBoardMap  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
    "The slots that contain Token Ring MIM boards.
   This field is bit encoded (e.g. If a bit is set then that board
   is present and is a Token Ring MIM.)  For example, a value of 2 indicates
   that there is a board in the first slot and it is a Token Ring board."
::= { device 30 }


deviceFDDIBoardMap OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
    "The slots that contain FDDI MIM boards.
   This field is bit encoded (e.g. If a bit is set then that board
   is present and is a FDDI MIM.)  For example, a value of 2 indicates
   that there is a board in the first slot and it is a FDDI board."
::= { device 31 }

deviceRestoreDefaults OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
    "A get will return 0.
   A set of 0 will restore all of battery backed RAM to factory defaults, with
   the execption of the IP address, the community table and the modem 
   baud rate."
::= { device 32 }


deviceActiveUsers OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
    "The number of active users seen on this device."
::= { device 33 }

deviceBroadPkts OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX Counter 
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
    "The sum of all of the broadcast packets detected on all
        ports of this device."
::= { device 48 }

deviceMultPkts OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX Counter 
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
    "The sum of all of the multicast packets detected on all
        ports of this device."
::= { device 49 }

deviceThdPartyOccupiedSlots     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      optional
    DESCRIPTION
        "The slots that contain Third Party  MIM boards.  This field
         is bit encoded (eg. if a bit is set then that board is present
         and is a Third Party MIM.)  For example, a value of 4 indicates 
         that there is a board in the third MIM slot (slot 4) and that
         this board is a Third Party MIM."
    ::= { device 51 }

deviceImimOccupiedSlots OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER
    ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS      optional
    DESCRIPTION
        "The slots that contain IMIM boards.  This field
         is bit encoded (eg. if a bit is set then that board is present and 
         is an IMIM).  For example, a value of 4 indicates that there is a 
         board in the third MIM slot (slot 4) and that this board is an IMIM."
    ::= { device 52 }


deviceLinkTraps OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER {
    trapsoff(1),
    trapson(2)
      }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
  "Controls sending of link related traps."
DEFVAL  { trapson }
::= { device 54 }

deviceSegTraps  OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER {
    trapsoff(1),
    trapson(2)
      }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
  "Controls sending of seg related traps."
DEFVAL  { trapson }
::= { device 55 }

ctIPDefaultFrameType  OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                ethernet(1),
                snap8022(2)
                }
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
                "Defines the default frame type that will be used by the
                device.  A device will understand both frame types and will
                respond based upon the framing type that is learned for
                the given address.  This object defines the type of framing
                that will be used if no framing is known, for example ARP
                requests.

                Setting a value of 8022snap(2) will result in framing
                802.3 - 802.2 - IP packets being generated by default.

                Setting a value of ethernet(1) will result in framing 
                ethernet IP packets by default."
        DEFVAL { ethernet }
        ::= { device 56 }


-- sourceAddr object definitions implementation of this group is
-- optional
-- 
--      The sourceAddr object section contains objects that can
-- be accessed by source address.
-- 
--  Instance Identifier for sourceAddr objects
-- 
--      The instance  identifier for  these  variables  is  the
-- source address  the user is interested in. Each octet of the
-- source address  forms a term in the instance identifier (see
-- below)
     

sourceAddrBoard  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The board number of the port that the supplied source address has
      been seen on."
::= { sourceAddr 1 }


sourceAddrPort  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The port number of the port that the supplied source address has
      been seen on."
::= { sourceAddr 2 }


-- redundancy Object Definitions implementation of this group is
-- optional
-- 
--      This section  defines the  objects that  are associated
-- with cable  level redundancy.  The  concepts  for  this  are
-- described in  other documentation.  It should  be noted here
-- that the  port specific  objects for redundancy can be found
-- in the PORT section of the MIB.
-- The maximum number of redundant circuits can be found in the
-- DEVICE section of the MIB.
-- 
-- Instance Identifiers for redundancy Objects
-- 
--      There  are   two  types  of  instance  identifiers  for
-- redundancy objects. First, are the global objects that apply
-- to all redundant circuits. These have an instance identifier
-- of 0.  The second  kind of  object is  circuit specific, the
-- instance identifier for these is the circuit number.





redundancyPollInterval   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of seconds between polls for redundancy.
    The minimum is 0 and the maximum is 99."
DEFVAL  { 3 }
::= { redundancy 1 }


redundancyTestTod   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The time of day at which the redundant circuits should be tested."
-- DEFVAL  { "10000" }    (1am)
::= { redundancy 2 }


redundancyPerformTest   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
    performTest(1)
   }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "A read will return a 0.
   A set of a 1 will test the redundant circuits now."
::= { redundancy 3 }


redundancyCircuitName   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The name of the indicated circuit."
-- DEFVAL  { "Circuit #" }
::= { redundancy 4 }


redundancyRetryCount  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of unanswered polls allowed for the indicated circuit
      before the current connection is declared bad. The minimum is 0 the
    maximum is 16."
DEFVAL  { 0 }
::= { redundancy 5 }


redundancyNumBPs   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of board/port combinations associated with the indicated
      circuit."
::= { redundancy 6 }


redundancyCircuitBoards   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The boards associated with the indicated circuit, accessed by index.
    Note:  The instance identifier for this object is the circuit 
      number followed by an index.  The index has no other meaning 
      than to be used as an index for the purposes of the GET NEXT 
    operation."
::= { redundancy 7 }


redundancyCircuitPort   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The ports associated with the indicated circuit, accessed by index.
    Note:  The instance identifier for this object is the circuit 
      number followed by an index.  The index has no other meaning 
      than to be used as an index for the purposes of the GET NEXT 
    operation."
::= { redundancy 8 }


redundancyCircuitTypes   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The type of each port associated with the indicated circuit, 
      accessed by index.
    Note:  The instance identifier for this object is the circuit 
      number followed by an index.  The index has no other meaning 
      than to be used as an index for the purposes of the GET NEXT 
    operation."
::= { redundancy 9 }


redundancyCircuitNumAddr   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of addresses associated with the indicated circuit."
::= { redundancy 10 }


redundancyCircuitMACAddrAdd   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "A get will return a null string.
    A set adds an ethernet address to the polling list for the
    indicated circuit."
::= { redundancy 11 }


redundancyCircuitMACAddrDel   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "A get will return a null string.
    A set deletes an ethernet address from the polling list for the
    indicated circuit."
::= { redundancy 12 }


redundancyCircuitMACAddrDisp   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The ethernet addresses associated with the indicated circuit, 
      accessed by index.
    Note:  The instance identifier for this object is the circuit 
      number followed by an index.  The index has no other meaning 
      than to be used as an index for the purposes of the GET NEXT 
    operation."
::= { redundancy 13 }


redundancyCircuitEnable   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1),
        enable(2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enables and disables the indicated circuit."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { redundancy 14 }


redundancyCircuitReset   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        reset(1)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "A get will return 0.
    A set of 1 will reset the indicated circuit, return all of the associated 
      board and ports to NOT-USED, remove associated addresses from the polling
      list, reset the circuit name and retry count to default values." 
::= { redundancy 15 }


-- alarm Object definitions
-- 
--      This section  defines the objects that can cause alarms
-- to be  generated. All  of the  alarm objects  presented  are
-- objects that derive there values from other parts of the MIB
-- and hence  the structure  of this section of the MIB mirrors
-- the sections that generate the raw data.
-- 
--      For each section there are 3 sources of alarms:Traffic
-- levels, collsion  rates (as  they relate  to  traffic),  and
-- error rates  (also  related  to  traffic).  All  alarms  are
-- qualified by  the Devicetimebase (ie. the rates are measured
-- for a particular length of time).
-- 
--  Formal defintions for the structure below alarm

     devAlrm        OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { alarm 1 }

     bdAlrm         OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { alarm 2 }

     portAlrm       OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { alarm 3 }


-- devAlrm object defintions
-- 
--      This section  defines the  objects  that  will  control
-- alarms associated with the device.
-- 
-- devAlrm Instance Identifiers
--      There is  only one  set of device level alarms per MMAC
-- thus the instance identifiers for DevAlrm objects is 0.
-- 
-- Formal defintions below devAlrm

     devTraffic     OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { devAlrm 1 }

     devColls       OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { devAlrm 2 }

     devError       OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { devAlrm 3 }

     devBroad       OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { devAlrm 4 }



-- devTraffic Object Definitions implementation of this group is
-- optional
-- 
--      This  section  define  the  devTraffic  objects.  These
-- objects control the device level traffic alarm generation.




devTrafficEnable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable(1),
        enable(2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for device level traffic thresholds
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { devTraffic 1 }


devTrafficThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION 
    "The number of packets detected by the device within the device
     timebase that will cause a device traffic alarm trap to be sent.
       The minimum is 0. There isn't a maximum."
DEFVAL  { 1000 }
::= { devTraffic 2 }


-- devColls Object Defintions implementation of this group is optional
-- 
--      This section  defines  the  objects  that  control  the
-- device level collision alarm.



devCollsEnable  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable(1),
        enable(2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for device level collision thresholds 
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { devColls  1 }


devCollsThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER 
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of collisions per good packet detected by the device
    within the device timebase that will cause a device collision alarm
    trap to be sent.  The minimum is 1, the maximum is 15."
::= { devColls 2  }
                                        

--  devErrorS Object Defintions implementation of this group is
-- optional
-- 
--      This section  defines  the  objects  that  control  the
-- device level error alarm.



devErrorEnable  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable(1),
        enable(2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for device level error thresholds
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { devError  1 }


devErrorThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The percentage of errors per good packet detected by the device
    within the device timebase that will cause a device error alarm
    trap to be sent.  The minimum is 1, the maximum is 100."
DEFVAL  { 10 }
::= { devError 2  }


devErrorSource  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The type of errors used for the device error alarm.
    The INTEGER is a bit encoded version of which errors to
    include in the error sum. The bits are encoded as follows:
           CRC_errors   - Bit 0 - Least Significant Bit
           runts        - Bit 1
           OOW_colls    - Bit 2
           align_errs   - Bit 3
           No_resource  - Bit 4
           Giants       - Bit 5"
DEFVAL  { 63 }
::= { devError 3 }


--  devBroad Object Defintions implementation of this group is optional
-- 
--      This section  defines  the  objects  that  control  the
-- device level boradcast alarm.

devBroadEnable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
{
disable(1),
enable(2)
}
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "Enable the sending of device level broadcast traps."
::= { devBroad 1 }

devBroadThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "The threshold of broadcast packets within the Devicetimebase
   that will cause a broadcast alarm."
::= { devBroad 2 }

-- bdAlrm object defintions implementation of this group is optional
-- 
--      This section  defines the  objects  that  will  control
-- alarms associated with the board.
-- 
-- bdAlrm Instance Identifiers
-- 
-- 
--      There is  set of  board level alarms per board thus the
-- instance identifiers for bdAlrm objects is teh board number.
-- 
--  Formal defintions below bdAlrm

     bdTraffic      OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { bdAlrm 1 }

     bdColls        OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { bdAlrm 2 }

     bdError        OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { bdAlrm 3 }

     bdBroad        OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { bdAlrm 4 }


-- bdTraffic Object Definitions
-- 
-- 
--      This  section   define  the  bdTraffic  objects.  These
-- objects control the board level traffic alarm generation.

bdTrafficEnable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1),
        enable (2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for board level traffic thresholds 
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { bdTraffic 1 }


bdTrafficThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION 
    "The number of packets detected by the specified board within the device
     timebase that will cause a board traffic alarm trap to be sent.
       The minimum is 0. There isn't a maximum."
DEFVAL  { 100 }
::= { bdTraffic 2 }


bdTrafficBdDisable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1), -- do not disable board
        enable(2)    -- Allow for disabling of board
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Permits a board to be disabled on a traffic threshold getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { bdTraffic 3 }


-- bdColls Object Defintions
-- 
--      This section defines the objects that control the board
-- level collision alarm.


bdCollsEnable  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1),
        enable (2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for board level collision thresholds
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { bdColls  1 }


bdCollsThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of collisions per good packet detected by the specified
    board within the device timebase that will cause a board collision 
    alarm trap to be sent.  The minimum is 1, the maximum is 15."
DEFVAL  { 1 }
::= { bdColls 2  }


bdCollsBdDisable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1), --  Do NOT disable board
        enable (2)   --  Allow for disabling of board
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Permits a board to be disabled on a collision threshold
     getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { bdColls 3  }


-- bdErrorS Object Defintions
-- 
--      This section defines the objects that control the board
-- level error alarm.


bdErrorEnable  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1),
        enable (2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for board level error thresholds
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { bdError  1 }


bdErrorThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The percentage of errors per good packet detected by the specified
    board within the device timebase that will cause a board error
    alarm trap to be sent.  The minimum is 1, the maximum is 100."
DEFVAL  { 10 }
::= { bdError 2  }


bdErrorSource  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The type of errors used for the board error alarm.
    The INTEGER is a bit encoded version of which errors to
    include in the error sum. The bits are encoded as follows:
           CRC_errors   - Bit 0 - Least Significant Bit
           runts        - Bit 1
           OOW_colls    - Bit 2
           align_errs   - Bit 3
           No_resource  - Bit 4
           Giants       - Bit 5"
DEFVAL  { 63 }
::= { bdError 3 }


bdErrorBdDisable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1), -- Do NOT disable board
        enable (2)   -- Allow for disabling of board
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Permits a board to be disabled on an error threshold
     getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { bdError 4  }

-- bdBroad Object Defintions
-- 
--      This section defines the objects that control the board
-- level broadcast alarm.

bdBroadEnable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
{
  disable(1),
  enable(2)
}
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "Enable the sending of board level broadcast traps for this board."
::= { bdBroad 1 }
                                                                                                                 
bdBroadThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
 "The threshold of broadcast packets within the Devicetimebase
 that will cause a broadcast alarm."
::= { bdBroad 2 }

bdBroadDisable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER {
  disable(1), --  Do NOT disable board
  enable (2)  --  Allow for disabling of board
}
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "Permit a board to be disabled on a broadcast threshold alarm."
::= { bdBroad 3 }
                                                                   

-- portAlrm object defintions
-- 
--      This section  defines the  objects  that  will  control
-- alarms associated with the port.
-- 
-- portAlrm Instance Identifiers implementation of this group is
-- optional
-- 
--      There is  set of  port level  alarms per board thus the
-- instance identifiers  for  portAlrm  objects  is  the  board
-- number.
-- 
--  Formal defintions below portAlrm
-- 
     portTraffic    OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { portAlrm 1 }

     portColls      OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { portAlrm 2 }

     portError      OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { portAlrm 3 }

     portBroad      OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { portAlrm 4 }


-- portTraffic Object Definitions
-- 
--      This section  define  the  portTraffic  objects.  These
-- objects control the port level traffic alarm generation.
-- 

portTrafficEnable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1),
        enable (2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for port level traffic thresholds 
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { portTraffic 1 }


portTrafficThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION 
    "The number of packets detected by the specified port within the device
     timebase that will cause a port traffic alarm trap to be sent.
       The minimum is 0. There isn't a maximum."
DEFVAL  { 100 }
::= { portTraffic 2 }


portTrafficPortDisable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1), -- Do NOT disable port
        enable (2)   -- Allow for disabling of port
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Permits a port to be disabled on a traffic threshold getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { portTraffic 3 }


-- portColls Object Defintions
-- 
--      This section  defines the objects that control the port
-- level collision alarm.
-- 

portCollsEnable  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1),
        enable (2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for port level collision thresholds
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { portColls  1 }


portCollsThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of collisions per good packet detected by the specified
    port within the device timebase that will cause a port collision 
    alarm trap to be sent.  The minimum is 1, the maximum is 15."
DEFVAL  { 1 }
::= { portColls 2  }


portCollsPortDisable OBJECT-TYPE


SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1), -- Do NOT disable port
        enable (2)   -- Allow for disabling of port
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Permits a port to be disabled on a collision threshold
     getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { portColls 3  }


-- portErrorS Object Defintions
-- 
--      This section  defines the objects that control the port
-- level error alarm.



portErrorEnable  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1),
        enable (2)
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Enable or disable the checking for port level error thresholds
    getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { portError  1 }


portErrorThreshold  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The percentage of errors per good packet detected by the specified
    port within the device timebase that will cause a port error
    alarm trap to be sent.  The minimum is 1, the maximum is 100."
DEFVAL  { 10 }
::= { portError 2  }


portErrorSource  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The type of errors used for the port error alarm.
    The INTEGER is a bit encoded version of which errors to
    include in the error sum. The bits are encoded as follows:
           CRC_errors   - Bit 0 - Least Significant Bit
           runts        - Bit 1
           OOW_colls    - Bit 2
           align_errs   - Bit 3
           No_resource  - Bit 4
           Giants       - Bit 5"
DEFVAL  { 63 }
::= { portError 3 }


portErrorPortDisable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        disable (1), -- Do NOT disable port
        enable (2)   -- Allow for disabling of port
     }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Permits a port to be disabled on an error threshold
     getting exceeded."
DEFVAL  { disable }
::= { portError 4  }

-- portBroad Object Defintions
-- 
--      This section  defines the objects that control the port
-- level broadcast alarm.

portBroadEnable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER
{
  disable(1),
  enable(2)
}
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "Enable the sending of port level broadcast alarms."
::= { portBroad 1 }
                         
portBroadThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "The threshold of broadcast packets within the Devicetimebase that
   will cause a broadcast alarm."
::= { portBroad 2 }

portBroadDisable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER {
  disable(1), --  Do NOT disable port
  enable (2)  --  Allow for disabling of port
}
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "Permit a port to be disabled on a broadcast threshold alarm."
::= { portBroad 3 }


-- RepeaterRev2 Formal declarations


rr2device   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { repeaterRev2 1 }

network     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { repeaterRev2 2 }

rr2board    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { repeaterRev2 3 }

rr2port        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { repeaterRev2 4 }

repeaterTables OBJECT IDENTIFIER   ::= { repeaterRev2 5 }

commonD  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2device 1 }

ethernetD OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2device 2 }

tokenRingD OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2device 3 }



deviceTRTokenRingPortsOn OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
      "The number of Token Ring Ports (i.e. station, Ring In and 
       Ring Out ports) administratively ON for this device."
::= { tokenRingD 1 }


deviceTRTotalTokenRingPorts OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
    "The total number of Token Ring Ports (i.e. station, Ring In and
     Ring Out ports) on this device."
::= { tokenRingD 2 }


deviceTRTotalTokenRingRingPortsOn  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
    "The total number of Ring In and Ring Out ports (active)
     administratively ON for this device."
::= { tokenRingD 3 }


deviceTRTotalTokenRingRingPorts  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
    "The total number of Ring In and Ring Out ports on this device."
::= { tokenRingD 4 }


deviceTRTotalTokenRingRings  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
    "The total number of (Token Ring) rings formed on this device."
::= { tokenRingD 5 }


deviceTRTotalTokenRingBoards  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
    "The total number of Token Ring MIMs in the MMAC."
::= { tokenRingD 6 }


deviceTRTokenRingBoardMap  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
    "The slots that contain Token Ring MIM boards.
   This field is bit encoded (e.g. If a bit is set then that board
   is present and is a Token Ring MIM.)  For example, a value of 2 indicates
   that there is a board in the first slot and it is a Token Ring board."
::= { tokenRingD 7 }


-- board Object Definitions
--
--      This  section  will  describe  the  management  objects
-- associated with a board. The board variables have been broken down into 
-- Network type independent and Network Type Dependent variables.
-- 
-- Formal Definitions within board

commonB    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2board 1 }

ethernetB  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2board 2 }

tokenRingB OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2board 3 }

fddiB      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2board 4 }

-- 
-- Instance Identifiers for board s
-- 
--      The Instance  Identifiers  for  board  objects  is  the
-- number of the slot in the MMAC cage. The current valid range
-- is from  1-8. The  IRM being  in slot  1.  B  indicates  the
-- instance of a board number.
-- 
-- common board Objects


boardIndex    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "The slot number of this board."
::= { commonB 1 }


boardName   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "The name of the board. This field will only contain printable
       ASCII characters."
::= { commonB 2 }


boardType    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "The type of the MIM. (eg. FOT, TPT, etc). See appendix A for
       encoding."
::= { commonB 3 }


boardTotalPorts    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Total number of ports supported on this board."
::= { commonB 4 }


boardPortsOn   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "A read will return the number of adminstratively ON ports for the board.
    A write of a 2 will administratively enable all the ports
    on the board, except for redundant ports."
::= { commonB 6 }


boardActiveUsers OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
    "The number of active users seen on this board."
::= { commonB 8 }

-- Ethernet board Objects implementaiton of this group is optional


boardTotalPkts   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets detected on all ports of this port."
::= { ethernetB 1 }


boardTotalErrors   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The sum of all alignment, CRC, out-of-window collisions, runt,
    and giant errors detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 2 }


boardTransColls  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of transmit collisions detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 3 }


boardRecColls   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of receive collsions detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 4 }


boardAligns   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets with alignment errors detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 5 }


boardCRCs   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets with bad CRC detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 6 }


boardRunts   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of runt frames detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 7 }


boardOOWColls  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of out-of-window collisions detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 8 }


boardNoResources OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of no resource condtions detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 9 }


boardRecBytes   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of bytes detected on the network by this board."
::= { ethernetB 10 }


boardGiants   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of longer than 1518 byte packets detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 11 }

boardBroadPkts   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number broadcast packets detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 26 }

boardMultPkts   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number multicast packets detected by this board."
::= { ethernetB 27 }

-- Token Ring board Objects


boardTotalRingPorts                OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX   INTEGER
ACCESS   read-only
STATUS   deprecated
DESCRIPTION
      "The total number of ring ports on this board. Currently, 
     zero or two."
::= { tokenRingB 1 }


boardTotalStationPorts             OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX   INTEGER
ACCESS   read-only
STATUS   deprecated
DESCRIPTION
      "The total number of station ports on this board."
::= { tokenRingB 2 }


boardModeStatus                    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
  management (1),
  auto (2)
    }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
      "The board mode."
::= { tokenRingB 3 }


boardTotalRingPortsOn              OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
      "The number of administartively ON ring ports on this board."
::= { tokenRingB 4 }


boardTotalStationPortsOn           OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
      "The number of administartively ON station ports on this board."
::= { tokenRingB 5 }


boardSpeed           OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
   fourMhz (4),
   sixteenMhz (16)
    }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION                                                            
     "The board speed."
::= { tokenRingB 6 }


boardRingSpeedFault          OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        noFaultDetected (1),
        faultDetected (2)
        }
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
     "Data speed of station mismatches configuration speed of board.
      Board is automatically bypassed."
::= { tokenRingB 7 }


boardFirstRingPort          OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
     "The port number of the first ring port."
::= { tokenRingB 9 }

-- Port Object Definitions
-- 
--      This section  will define  the objects  associated with
-- ports. Here again the objects are deperateed into common objects and
-- network type specific objects.
-- 
-- Formal Definitions within Port

commonP    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2port 1 }

ethernetP  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2port 2 }

tokenRingP OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2port 3 }

fddiP      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { rr2port 4 }

-- 
-- 
--  Instance Identifiers for port s
-- 
--      The instance  identifiers for  port objects  are board#
-- and port#.  The format of the port identifier is thus:Board_num.Port_num or B.P


portIndex    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of this port relative to the board it is on."
::= { commonP 1 }


portMediaType    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The type of the port. (eg. FOT, TPT, etc). See appendix
      A for values."
::= { commonP 2 }


portAdminState OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        off (1),
        on (2)
        }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The administrative status of this port."
::= { commonP  3 }


portSourceAddr     OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  OCTET STRING
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
     "A source address that has been seen on this port."
::= { commonP 4 }


portActiveUsers OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  optional
DESCRIPTION
    "The number of active users seen on this port."
::= { commonP 6 }


-- Ethernet port Objects implementation of this group is optional


portTopologyType    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
    station (1),
    trunk (2)
    }
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The topological type of the port. Station referring to a port that
    has seen 1 or 0 addresses.  Trunk referring to a port that has seen
    more than 1 address."
::= { ethernetP 1 }


portLinkStatus    OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        linkSignalInactive (1),
        linkSignalActive (2),
        linkSignalNotSupported (3)
        }
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The state of the link signal for this port"
::= { ethernetP  2 }


portStatus    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        active (1),
        segmented (2)
        }
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
    "The hardware status of the port."
::= { ethernetP  3 }


portTotalPkts   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 4 }


portTotalErrors   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The sum of all alignment, CRC, out-of-window collisions, runt,
    and giant errors detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 5 }


portTransmitColls  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of transmit collisions detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 6 }


portRecColls   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of receive collsions detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 7 }


portAligns   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets with alignment errors detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 8 }


portCRCs   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of packets with bad CRC detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 9 }


portRunts   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of runt frames detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 10 }


portOOWColls  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of out-of-window collisions detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 11 }


portNoResources OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of no resource condtions detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 12 }


portRecBytes   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of bytes detected on the network by this port."
::= { ethernetP 13 }


portGiantFrames   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The number of longer than 1518 byte packets detected by this port."
::= { ethernetP 14 }


portRedundCrt   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The redundant circuit with which this port is associated."
::= { ethernetP 15 }


portRedundType   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        notUsed (1),
        primary (3),
        backup (4)
        }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The type of port this port is in the redundant circuit."
::= { ethernetP 16 }


portRedundStatus   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        notUsed (1),
        active (2),
        inactive (3)
        }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The current state of this port in the redundant circuit."
::= { ethernetP 17 }


portForceTrunkType    OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER {
    notForced (1),
    forced (2)
    }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "This variable forces a port to be a trunk port."
::= { ethernetP 18 }

portBroadPkts   OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "The sum of broadcast packets detected on this port."
::= { ethernetP 33 }

portMultPkts    OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  Counter
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
  "The sum of multicast packets detected on this port."
::= { ethernetP 34 }


-- Token Ring Port Objects
-- 
-- Token Ring Port Objects are further broken down into station objects 
-- and Ring-In/Ring-Out objects. The formal defintions is:

stationP            OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { tokenRingP 1 }

ringP               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { tokenRingP 2 }




stationPortLinkStatus OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX  INTEGER {
        linkSignalInactive (1),
        linkSignalActive (2)
        }
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
      "When station is supplying phantom current the Link Signal is
       active.  When there is no phantom current the Link Signal is inactive."
::= { stationP 1 }


stationPortLinkStateTime           OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  deprecated
DESCRIPTION
     "The amount of time (in seconds) elapsed since the station port
      last changed state. A write of 0 will reset the elapsed time."
::= { stationP 2 }



-- Product specific Objects implementation of this group is optional
-- 
--      For each  of the individual repeaters/bridges there are
-- several objects  that particular to that product. below is a
-- description of these objects. 
-- 
-- Formal description of Product specfics

     productRev1    OBJECT IDENTIFIER  ::= { product 1 }

     target         OBJECT IDENTIFIER  ::= { productRev1 1 }


-- target specific Objects

-- These objects are particular to the target.


targetRevision OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-only
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "The revision of the target board."
::= { target 1 }


targetPortAssociation OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
     "Controls how the front panel ports are associated with the
      bridge or the repeater. The valid values are:

      Value     AUI Port            Fiber Port

      0       Bridge              Redundant
      1       Redundant           Bridge
      2       Bridge              Repeater
      3       Repeater            Bridge
      4       Redundant           Repeater
      5       Repeater            Redundant

      Note: only values 0 and 1 are valid for rev 2 boards and before.
      Note: only values 4 and 5 are valid for the IRM2."
::= { target 2 }


fnb                 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { subSysMMAC 1 }


fnbConnectedLeft OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "The Connected Left board (board n + 1) has the following states:
       Detached == 1 (Management (only management) detached, read/write).
       Attached == 2 (Management/AutoMode attached, read/write).
       Faulted  == 3 (Management/AutoMode tried to attach but failed 
       read ONLY)."
::= { fnb 1 }


fnbConnectedRight                     OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "The Connected Right board (board n - 1) has the following states:
       Detached == 1 (Management (only management) detached, read/write).
       Attached == 2 (Management/AutoMode attached, read/write).
       Faulted  == 3 (Management/AutoMode tried to attach but failed 
       read ONLY)."
::= { fnb 2 }


fnbBoardBypassState                   OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Off == 1  (NOT bypassed).
       On  == 2  (bypassed)."
::= { fnb 3 }

-- MMAC Objects


audibleAlarm                 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { subSysMMAC 2 }


audibleAlarmEnable  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER{
    disable (1),
    enable (2)
    }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Allows/disallows the audible alarm to be sounded when a situation occurs
     that the alarm should be sounded."
::= { audibleAlarm 1 }


audibleAlarmOff  OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX  INTEGER{
    off (1),
    on (2)
    }
ACCESS  read-write
STATUS  mandatory
DESCRIPTION
      "Turn off a sounding alarm.
     A read will tell you if the alarm is on or not.
     A write will stop a sounding alarm."
::= { audibleAlarm 2 }

-- TrapTypes 

--      This section  will describe  the trap  types  that  the
-- repeater section  of the  IRBM/IRM2 can  generate. These  are not
-- objects, but  Object identifers used to indicate the specfic
-- trap. They  are taken  from the  object space  and are  thus
-- documented here.

--      The   SNMP    protocol   provides   a   mechanism   for
-- asynchronusly notifying  management stations  of significant
-- changes in  the network.  This mechanism  is the  SNMP  trap
-- message. This  document will describe the general format for
-- all trap  messages that  Cabletron products will generate as
-- well as the specific traps that the will be generated by the
-- IRBM.

--  Trap Formats

--      The  SNMP  trap  messages  are  composed  of  two  user
-- definable areas: the specific trap type and the VarBindings
-- (eg. the interesting information). The specific trap type is
-- an INTEGER  that is used to determine the specific trap that
-- has occurred. The "interesting information" contains a group
-- of objects  identifiers (OID)  and their values that provide
-- information about the trap.


-- Trap Description
--  PortSegmenting 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x101

--      When a port goes from operational to segmented, a trap
-- will be  generated. For these purposes, the port state will
-- be sampled  every XXX seconds, thus it will be statistically
-- possible to miss oscillating circuits.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  PortUnsegementing 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x102

--      When it is detected that a previously segmented port
-- has gone operational, a trap will be generated.   This is
-- also sampled,  thus a trap may not be  generated for  each
-- transition.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  PortLinkUp 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x103

--      This trap  will be generated when it is determined that
-- MAU has been attached to the MMAC. This is only appropriate
-- for MIMs that support the concept of a link state.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  PortLinkDown 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x104

--      This trap  will be generated when a previously attached
-- MAU  is  removed  or  powered  down.  Again,  this  is  only
-- appropriate for MIM's that support link state.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  NewSourceAddress 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x105

--      This trap  will be  generated when the MMAC detects the
-- existence of a new source address on one of it's ports.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}
--        PortSourceAddr {CommonP 4}

-- Trap Description
--  SourceAddressTimeout 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x106

--      This trap  will indicate that the MMAC has not detected
-- a packet  generated by  this source address within a certain
-- timeout.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}
--        PortSourceAddr {CommonP 4}

-- Trap Description
--  BoardRemoval 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x107

--      This trap  will be generated when the MMAC detects that
-- MIM has been removed.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}

-- Trap Description
--  BoardInsertion 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x108

--      This trap  will be  generated when  the MMAC determines
-- that a new board has been inserted.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        BoardType {CommonB 3}

-- Trap Description
--  ActivePortInRedundantCircuitFailed 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x109

--      This trap  will be  generated when the active port in a
-- redundant circuit has failed polling. This will indicate the
-- activation of redundancy.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}
--        PortRedundCrt {EthernetP 15}

-- Trap Description
--  RedundantPortActivated 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x10a

--      This trap  indicates that a new port has been activated
-- in a  redundant circuit.  This does  NOT indicate  that this
-- port is  usable, but  is being tested. If the port fails the
-- above trap will be generated.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}
--        PortRedundCrt {EthernetP 15}

-- Trap Description
--  RedundantPortTestFailed 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x10b

--      This trap will be generated when the MMAC executes it's
-- periodic redundancy diagnostics and finds one of the ports in
-- a redundant  circuit  has  failed.  This  message  will  not
-- indicate that  redundancy has  been activated, just that the
-- port has failed and should be fixed before it is needed.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}
--        PortRedundCrt {EthernetP 15}

-- Trap Description
--  deviceTrafficThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x10c

--      This trap  will be  generated when  the  traffic  (good
-- packets per  time interval)  has been  exceed for the entire
-- MMAC.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevTrafficThreshold {DevTraffic 2}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}

-- Trap Description
--  deviceErrorThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x10d

--      This  trap  will  be  generated  when  packets  of  the
-- selected error  type exceeds  a threshold  percentage of the
-- good packets for a particular interval for the entire MMAC.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevErrorThreshold {DevError 2}
--        DevErrorSource {DevError 3}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}

-- Trap Description
--  deviceCollsionThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x10e

--      This trap  will be  generated when  collsions exceed  a
-- threshold percentage  of the  good packets  for a particular
-- interval for the entire MMAC.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevCollsThreshold {DevColls 2}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}
--
-- Trap Description
--  BoardTrafficThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x10f

--      This trap  will be  generated when  the  traffic  (good
-- packets per  time interval) has been exceed for a particular
-- MIM.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevTrafficThreshold {DevTraffic 2}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}
--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}

-- Trap Description
--  BoardErrorThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x110

--      This  trap  will  be  generated  when  packets  of  the
-- selected error  type exceeds  a threshold  percentage of the
-- good packets for a particular interval for a particular MIM.
-- This will most likely indicate a bad MIM.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevErrorThreshold {DevError 2}
--        DevErrorSource {DevError 3}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}
--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}

-- Trap Description
--  BoardCollisionThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x111

--      This trap  will be  generated when  collisions exceed a
-- threshold percentage  of the  good packets  for a particular
-- interval for a particular MIM.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevCollsThreshold {DevColls 2}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}
--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}

-- Trap Description
--  PortTrafficThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x112

--      This trap  will be  generated when  the  traffic  (good
-- packets per  time interval) has been exceed for a particular
-- port.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevTrafficThreshold {DevTraffic 2}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}
--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  PortErrorThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x113

--      This  trap  will  be  generated  when  packets  of  the
-- selected error  type exceeds  a threshold  percentage of the
-- good packets  for a  particular interval  for  a  particular
-- port.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevErrorThreshold {DevError 2}
--        DevErrorSource {DevError 3}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}
--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  PortCollisionThresholdExceeded 

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x114

--      This trap  will be  generated when  collisions exceed a
-- threshold percentage  of the  good packets  for a particular
-- interval for a particular port.
-- The interesting information will include:

--        DevCollsThreshold {DevColls 2}
--        DeviceTimebase {Device 24}
--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  PortTypeChanged

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x115

--   This trap indicates that a port has changed from a 
-- station port to a link port or vice versa.
-- The interesting information is:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}
--        PortTopologyType {EthernetP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  LockSTATUSChanged

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x116

--   This trap is generated when the status of the address lock 
-- changes.
-- The interesting information is:

--        DeviceSrcAddrLocked {Device 28}

-- Trap Description
--  PortSecurityViolation

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x117

--   This trap is generated when a source address other than those
-- locked to a port is seen.
-- The interesting information is:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}
--        PortSourceAddr {CommonP 4} 

-- Trap Description
--  PortViolationReset

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x118 

--   This trap is generated when management intervention has 
-- reset a port after a violation has occured.
-- The interesting information is:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}
--        PortIndex {CommonP 1}

-- Trap Description
--  EnvTempWarm

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x119

-- This trap is generated when the device detects that the temperature
-- within a MIM has reached a WARM condition.
-- The interesting information is:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}

-- Trap Description
--  EnvTempHot

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x11A

-- This trap is generated when the device detects that the temperature
-- within a MIM has reached a HOT condition.
-- The interesting information is:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}

-- Trap Description
--  EnvTempNormal

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x11C

--   This trap is generated when the device detects that the temperature
-- within a MIM has returned to a NORMAL state.
-- The interesting information is:

--        BoardIndex {CommonB 1}

-- Trap Description
--  EnvVoltageLow

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x11B

--   This trap is generated when a power supply`s voltage is LOW.
-- The interesting information is:

--        PowerSupplyLowVoltage {Environment 1}

-- Trap Description
--  EnvVoltageNormal

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x11D

--   This trap is generated when all power supply`s voltage
-- have returned to a NORMAL state.
-- The interesting information is:

--        None

-- Trap Description
--  FanFail

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x11E

--   This trap is generated when the device detects that the system fans
-- have failed.
-- The interesting information is:

--        None

-- Trap Description
--  FanNormal

-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x11F

--   This trap is generated when the device detects that the system fans
-- have returned to normal.
-- The interesting information is:

--        None

-- DeviceBroadcastThresholdExceeded
-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x120
-- This trap will be generated when the broadcast(per timer interval)
-- have exceeded the threshold for the entire MMAC.  The interesting
-- information is:

-- DevBroadThreshold {DevBroad 2}
-- DevTimeBase       {Device 24}

-- BoardBroadcastThresholdExceeded
-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x121
-- This trap will be generated when the broadcast(per timer interval)
-- have exceeded the threshold for the given board.  The interesting
-- information is:

-- BdBroadThreshold  {BdBroad 2}
-- DevTimeBase       {Device 24}
-- BoardIndex        {CommonB 1}

-- PortBroadcastThresholdExceeded
-- Specfic Trap Type Code - 0x122
-- This trap will be generated when the broadcast(per timer interval)
-- have exceeded the threshold for the given port.  The interesting
-- information is:

-- BdBroadThreshold  {BdBroad 2}
-- DevTimeBase       {Device 24}
-- BoardIndex        {CommonB 1}
-- PortIndex         {CommonP 1}


--             Appendix A - Media type values
-- 
-- Board Type          Value
-- 
-- Management Modules
--  IRM-2        0xB0
--  IRBM         0xB1
--  IRM-3        0xB2
--  TRMBM-R      0xB4
--  TRMBM-S      0xB5
--  EFDMIM       0xB6
--  ETBMIM       0xB7
--  TRBMIM       0xB8
--  ETWMIM       0xBD
--  TRMM         0xBB
--  MiniMMAC  0x10010           -device type
--  MRXI          0x10020               -device type
--  MRXI-2        0x10030               -device type
--  MRXI      0x30043           -board 1 type
--  MRXI-2    0x30042           -board 1 type
--  MRXI-28   0x300A0
-- 
--
-- Mim Types
--
--  THNMIM        0x10 or 0x50
--  MT8MIM        0xA0
--  FOTMIM (6 )   0xE0
--  FOTMIM (12)   0xC0
--  TPTMIM        0xD0

--  TPMIM-T       0x42
--  TPMIM-T1      0x41
--  TPMIM-T3      0x43

--  TPMIM-24      0x60
--  TPMIM-22      0x61
--  TPMIM-34      0x62
--  TPMIM-32      0x63

--  FOMIM-18      0x90
--  FOMIM-12      0x92
--  FOMIM-16      0x93
--  FOMIM-28      0x94
--  FOMIM-22      0x96
--  FOMIM-26      0x97
--  FOMIM-38      0x98
--  FOMIM-32      0x9A
--  FOMIM-36      0x9B

--  TPRMIM-36     0x70
--  TPRMIM-33     0x71
--  CXRMIM        0x72
--  FORMIM-22     0x73
--  TPRMIM-20     0x74
--  TPRMIM-22     0x75

--  TRMIM-12      0x30
--  TRMIM-10R     0x31
--  TRMIM-22P     0x32
--  TRMIM-20PR    0x33
--  TRRMIM-16     0x34
--  TRRMIM-26     0x35

--  TRMIM-24A     0x36
--  TRMIM-22A     0x37

--  FTRMIM-22     0x39
--  FTRMIM-26     0x3B
--  TRMIM-34A     0x3C
--  TRMIM-32A     0x3D
--  TRMIM-44A     0x3E
--  TRMIM-42A     0x3F

--  TRRMIM-A      0x3A
--  TRRMIM-2A     0x3A
--  TRRMIM-4A     0x3A

--  TRMIM-2AR     0x38
--  TRMIM-4AR     0x38

--  FDMMIM-00     0x23
--  FDMMIM-04     0x22
--  FDMMIM-16     0x21
--  FDMMIM-26     0x20
--  FDMMIM-00S    0x27
--  FDMMIM-04S    0x26
--  FDMMIM-16S    0x25
--  FDMMIM-26S    0x24
--  FDCMIM-04     0x2B
--  FDCMIM-08     0x2A
--  FDCMIM-16     0x2F
--  FDCMIM-12     0x2D
--  FDCMIM-26     0x2C
--  FDCMIM-22     0x28


--  Third party Mims

--  Xyplex 16 port terminal server.  ETSMIM           0002
--  DNSMIM Silicon Graphics                           0003
--  CAYMAN Appletalk to Ethernet Router. GATORMIM CS  0004
--  NOVELL LANTERN ethernet SNMP Monitor. LANTERMIM   0005
--  CISCO Ethernet to Ethernet Router Mim. CRM-L      0006
--  CISCO Ethernet to WAN Router Mim. CRM-S           0007
--  Cayman 1 GATOR STAR GX.M                          0008
--      XYLOGIC Terminal Server 16 ports          010C00
--      XYLOGIC Terminal Server 32 ports          010C01
--  SNACMIM SYNC Research                        F0 thru FE

-- Multi-Port Interfaces Modules
--  MPIM-X        0x10000
--  MPIM-A        0x10001
--  MPIM-C        0x10002
--  MPIM-T        0x10003
--  MPIM-F2       0x10004
--  MPIM-F1       0x10005
--  MPIM-T1       0x10006
--  MPIM-B        0x10007 - BLANK


-- Single-Port Interface Modules
-- 
--  SPIM-A        0x20001
--  SPIM-C        0x20002
--  SPIM-T        0x20003
--  SPIM-F2       0x20004
--  SPIM-F1       0x20005
--  SPIM-T1       0x20006
--  SPIM-B        0x20007 - BLANK


-- Ethernet-Port Interface Modules
-- 
--  EPIM-B        0x30000 - BLANK
--  EPIM-A        0x30001
--  EPIM-C        0x30002
--  EPIM-T        0x30003
--  EPIM-F2       0x30004
--  EPIM-F1       0x30005
--  EPIM-F3       0x30007
--  EPIM-X            0x30008

END