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lseGroupTable
lseGroupEntry
lseGroupId
Slot number in which the group is installed.
lseGroupFastOpen
Setting the value of this attribute to ON activates the port for short idle time when code violation was detected.
lseGroup10MSqlt
Setting the value of this attribute to ON activates the mechanism of detection preamble of 10Mhz.
lseGroupSmartSqlt
Control the mechnism of the input sensitivity of the port.
lseGroupCParameter
Defines the number of consecutive collisions the port waits before it ceases transmitting of 512 bits time toward the station.
lseGroupIPGJamLength
Defines the IPG jam length in Ethernet bit time (100nS) start at 16 bit time in steps of 16, to 112 bit time. For LFE-100, (Fast Ethernet bit time (10nS)) values are from 48 bit times (480nano-seconds) in step of 4, to 124 (1240nano-seconds). Any number ...
lseGroupJamLength
Defines the Jam Length in time starting from 8 (800micro-seconds) to 120 (12mili-seconds). Each step of 8 is equal 800micro-seconds. For LFE-100, values are from 8 (80micro-seconds) to 32 (320micro-seconds), each step of 8 is equal 800micro-seconds. Any n ...
lseGroupDataBlinderLength
Defines the Data Blinder Length in Ethernet bit time (100nS) start at 16 bit time in steps of 16 to 112 bit time. For LFE-100, (Fast Ethernet bit time (10nS)) values are from 0 bit times in step of 4, to 124 (1240nano-seconds). Any number between the de ...
lseGroupIPGDataLength
Defines the IPG (Inter Packet Gap) length in Ethernet bit time (100nS) starting at 16 bit time in steps of 16 to 112 bit time. For LFE-100, (Fast Ethernet bit time (10nS)) values are from 48 bit times (480nano-seconds) in step of 4, to 124 (1240 nano-se ...
lseGroupActiveMonitor
This attribute defines the module which is the high-speed bus active monitor.
lseGroupBackbone12
Port 1 and 2 in the board perform as Backbone link. lse208 - upper cluster is RX only and lower cluster is TX only. lse404 - upper port is Rx only and second port is Tx only. Two remains port are performed as regular foirl interfaces. lse808 - the first p ...
lseGroupSetDefaults
Set all hardware parameters to their default values. This item will always return a value of off(2), since it acts like a toggle switch.
lseGroupBackbone34
Port 3 and 4 in the board performed as Backbone link. lse404 - Third port is Rx only and forth port is Tx only. Two remaining ports performed as regular foirl interfaces.
lseGroupBackboneRedun12
Value on(1) of this attribute defines a redundancy (backup) relationship between Backbone port 1 and backbone port 2 on a LANswiltch module.
lseGroupBackoffFromJam
Value on(1) of this attribute defines non-consecutive jam after a collision has occured in LANswitch modules.
lseGroupCAMClear
Value on(1) of this attribute causes the LANSwitch module to clear the CAM tables.
lseGroupJamPrevent
Jam prevent flag. Functionaly, Jam prevent is a back-pressure into the line direction. There are two modes of opration: 1) automatic - the sensor gets the items status from HW 2) manual - the sensor gets the items status from user.
lseGroupNormOpCl
Normaly Open/Close flag. When open(1) state is set, the sensor should activate a delay mechanism for the module to operate at Normaly-Closed mode for 30 seconds in order to enable the port's CAM to learn the current segmentation
lseGroupNormOpDelay
When sets to a value greater than 0 (zero) and the MIB item lseGroupNormOpCl is equal to closed(2), this item define the time delay that the module will remain in normally open mode before it will move to normaly close mode. This will be activated after t ...
lseGroupAutoPartitionEnable
Enables autopartition mechanism support in the group level for each port of the group.
lseGroupWorkState
One of the possible states of the module: this item indicates if the module is runing or booting. The value runAndBoot(3) indicates a serious software problem.
lseGroupBITResult
The Bit Indication Test in state 'faulty' indicates a problem. The agent should send a fault trap in this case.
lseGroupAssignSlots
In a multi-backbone configuration within a single HUB, this item enables to assign backbone module with specific slot numbers. Only packets from these slots should be handled by the backbone module, Packets from other slots are ignored. The 16-bit string ...
lseGroupHSBMonStatus
This is a bit-masked attribute which displays events which may cause HSB Reset. When a bit is '1', the relevant evet may cause HSB Reset. When a bit is '0', the relevant evet will not cause HSB Reset. The following are the events: LSB D0 - Too many packe ...
lseGroupEnableHSBReset
This item enables/disables the HSB Reset mechanism in the module.
lseIntPortTable
lseIntPortEntry
An entry in the table, containing data about a single internal LanSwitch bank.
lseIntPortGroupId
Id of the group to which the port belongs.
lseIntPortId
Number of LanSwitch port in the board.
lseIntPortIOMode
on(1) activates IO mode in which all packets on the high-speed bus that were not captured by any regular port are captured by the I/O port.
lseIntPortResetSwitchCAM
Acting like toggle switch thus always returns off(2) on read. When set to on(1), causes the reset of the LANswitch CAM (addresses) memory.
lseIntPortVideoPacket
When set to on(1), all Tx packets toward the high-speed bus to video type packets.
lseIntPortPriorityStateMachine
Setting the value of this attribute to on(1) activates the priority mechanism.
lseIntPortActiveBroadcastPriority
Setting the value of this attribute to on(1) activates the active broadcast mode in priority mechanism.
lseIntPortPriorityLevel
This attribute defines the priority levels of Tx packets toward the high-speed bus. The highest priority is broadcast(1).
lseIntPortSuperPriorityEnable
When limited space is left in Tx buffer, only the highest priority packets are accepted. This in turn can create a situation in which one port tries to send a packet and never gets its chance to be accepted. In order to prevent it the destination po ...
lseIntPortRoutingMode
generic(1) - examines all the packets that are not members of any virtual network. net(2) - examines only the packets that have the port's network number. allPackets(4) - examine all packets regardless of their routing mode.
lseIntPortGlobal
Setting the global mode to on(1) sets the port in a network routing mode that examines all packets that are not members of all virtual networks.
lseIntPortLearnIOCAM
Setting this parameter to on(1) enables an I/O port to learn incoming MAC addresses received in its port and store them in its CAM. Packets with destination address that match the CAM addresses are not transferred to the high speed bus.
lseIntPortSecurity
Setting the value of this attribute to on(1) activates the security mode.
lseIntPortIgnoreBusy
Setting the value of this attribute to on(1) activates the ignore busy mode. The busy signal toward the high-speed bus is not activated even though the TX buffer is full.
lseIntPortRetryPriorityLevel1
The port increases the priority level of the high-speed bus packets after the defined number (0..31) trials.
lseIntPortRetryPriorityLevel2
The port increases the priority level of the high-speed bus packets after the defined number (0..255) trials.
lseIntPortRetryPriorityLevel3
The port increases the priority level of the high-speed bus packets after the defined number (0..255) trials.
lseIntPortIgnoreProtocolType
Any packet regardless of the protocol type is received from the high-speed bus.
lseIntPortCompanyMAC
The attribute defines the first three bytes of the MAC address of the video host server.
lseIntPortTxSafetyZone
Defines the Tx Safety Zone in bits.
lseIntPortRxSafetyZone
Defines the Rx Safety Zone in bits.
lseIntPortTxBurstLength
Defines the TX Burst Length in bits.
lseIntPortSecurityIntruder
The value on(1) of this attribute reflects a security violation occurrence.
lseIntPortJabber
Value on(1) of this attribute reflects that jabber was transmitted to the port by the high-speed bus.
lseIntPortCAM
112 bytes of MAC addresses. Each contains one byte of the port number and six bytes of the MAC address. This enables to send 16 MAC Addresses ( 16*7=112 bytes)
lseIntPortVideoStateMachine
Setting the value of this attribute to on(1) activates the video state machine mode. Received packets are filtered by demand from the station.
lseIntPortTransmitWeight
Defines the Transmit Weight of the frames for the current LANswitch port toward the high - speed bus.
lseIntPortSuperPriority
Setting the value of this attribute to on(1) activates the retry priority functions.
lseIntPortAlignment
The number of alignment errors observed on a specified port.
lseIntPortRxReject
The number of Rx buffer full observed on a specified port, from the line toward the High-speed bus.
lseIntPortTxReject
The number of Tx buffer full observed on a specified port, from the line toward the High-speed bus.
lseIntPortRxEmpty0
Define the highest threshold to receive packets from the HSB. This parameter is relevant when the receive buffer is full. When the buffer reached this threshold, all packets will be rejected. Version 7.0
lseIntPortRxEmpty1
Define the middle threshold to receive packets from the HSB. This parameter is relevant when the receive buffer is almost full. When the buffer reached this threshold, the only packets that the port will receive will be those with the highest priority (1) ...
lseIntPortRxEmpty2
Define the lowest threshold to receive packets from the HSB. This parameter is relevant when the receive buffer is almost full. When the buffer reached this threshold, the only packets that the port will receive will be those with at least middle priority ...
lseIntPortSuperNetNumber
If the internal port supports SuperNet mode, the user have to define the supernet number. Default value is 0. Change of this number when the internal port is Generic, Global or Global SuperNet must be blocked by the sensor.
lseIntPortGlobalSuperNet
An internal port that is part of all SuperNets is set to Global SuperNet routing. The SuperNet number is 15 in this case.
lseIntPortMACAddress
The MAC address of the port, if it has. If not, an octet string of length 0.
lseIntPortIgnoreRoutingMode
When this parameter is 'ignore', the LANSwitch port monitors all packets without paying attention to the virtual net assignment.
lseIntPortCAMLastChange
This attribute contains the value of sysUpTime at the time any change occured to the content of the specific CAM.
lseIntPortCopiedPort
The port monitored on the LANswitch bus by the LSE-PM module. The value of this item is: 32*(S-1)+P, where S is the slot number in the hub and P the port within the slot (1.. 32). When the value of this item is 0, the Copy Port function is disabled and th ...
lseIntPortBroadcastBehavior
This item relates only to LSE-PM modules. The value of this item defines the method by which the module treats broadcast and multicast packets.
lseIntPortFilteringMethod
This item is relevant only to the LSE-PM module. The value of this item defines the filtering method used to capture packets from the Cellenium bus to the Ethernet connection.
lseIntPortSetFilter
This item is relevant only to the LSE-PM module. The item is used to add new addresses to the module's filtering table. The string is a sequence of MAC addresses, 6 bytes each. When the item is set, each address in the list is added to the filtering table ...
lseIntPortRemoveFilter
This item is relevant only to the LSE-PM module. The item is used to remove existing addresses from the module's filtering table. The string is a sequence of MAC addresses, 6 bytes each. When the item is set, all addresses in the list are removed from the ...
lseIntPortClearFilter
This item is relevant only to the LSE-PM module. The item acts as a toggle switch: when its value is set to clear(2), the contents of the module's filtering tables are cleared. This item always returns an empty string in response to get requests.
lseIntPortMonitorMissedEvents
This item is relevant only to LSE-PM modules. The value of the counter is the number of packets that were not captured by the port as a result of overload on the Ethernet line, though the port's filter was configured to capture these packets.
lseIntPortMACAddTable
lseIntPortMACAddEntry
An entry in the table containing data about a single internal switch port.
lseIntPortMACAddGroupId
Id of the group to which the port belongs.
lseIntPortMACAddPortId
The LANswitch port number in the board.
lseIntPortMACAddLAId
The lower 2 bytes of the Last MAC Address on the previous list. Use the 0 value to start from the beginning of the list.
lseIntPortMACAddList
This item contains MAC address (source addresses) of the port. Each MAC address is 6 bytes long. The list is started with the MAC address that follows the lseIntPortMACAddLAId.
lseIntPortFilterTable
lseIntPortFilterEntry
This table is supported only for the LSE-PM module. The table reports the contents of the port's filtering mechanism.
lseIntPortFilterGroupId
This item is relevant only for the LSE-PM module. The item defines the group to which the port belongs (i.e., the module number).
lseIntPortFilterPortId
This item is relevant only for the LSE-PM module. The item defines the number of the LANswitch port in the board.
lseIntPortFilterLAId
This item is relevant only for the LSE-PM module. The item contains the lower 2 bytes of the Last MAC Address on the previous list. Use the 0 value to start from the beginning of the list.
lseIntPortFilterList
This item is relevant only for the LSE-PM module. The item contains the MAC addresses in the filter. Each MAC address is 6 bytes long. The list is started with the MAC address that follows the lseIntPortFilterLAId.
lsePortTable
lsePortEntry
An entry in the table containing data about a single external switch port.
lsePortGroupId
Id of the group to which the port belongs.
lsePortId
Number of LanSwitch port in the board.
lsePortPolarity
Setting the value of this attribute to ON activates the automatic port polarity detection mode.
lsePortBackboneStatus
It is the status of a single port that associated with a particular Backbone port. It is utilized by the Agent in the Soft Redundancy algorithm between Backbone ports in LANswitch environment
lhsGroupTable
Table with group-related parameters.
lhsGroupEntry
Entry in the table.
lhsGroupId
Unique slot identifier in which the module is located.
lhsGroupMainSWVersion
Software version of the main CPU.
lhsGroupProtocolType
This attribute set the protocol type in which the LHB is collecting from the high-speed bus.
lhsPortTable
Table with port-related parameters.
lhsPortEntry
Entry in the table.
lhsPortGroupId
Slot index in which the module is located.
lhsPortId
Port number to which the data is related.
lhsTxUCast
Number of unicast packets transmitted.
lhsTxBCast
Number of broadcast packets transmitted.
lhsTxMCast
Number of multicast packets transmitted.
lhsTxUrunErr
Number of transmit packet underruns.
lhsTxParErr
Number of transmit packet parity errors.
lhsRxUCast
Number of unicast packets received.
lhsRxBCast
Number of broadcast packets received.
lhsRxMCast
Number of multicast packets received.
lhsRxOrunErr
Number of receive overrun errors.
lhsRxParErr
Number of receive parity errors.
lhsRxRscErr
Number of receive resource errors.
lhsRxBadTypeErr
Number of bad frame type packets received.
lhsLinkStatus
This attribute describes the status of the optical link as detected by the sensor software.
lsMonitorResourceAllocation
This item reports for which of the listed monitoring activity CPU resources are being allocated at this time. Activities that are not in the above list are allocated resources at all times.
lsBusStatsDropEvents
The total number of events in which packets were dropped by the probe due to lack of resources. Note that this number is not necessarily the number of packets dropped; it is just the number of times this condition has been detected.
lsBusStatsPkts
The total number of packets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus.
lsBusStatsOctets
The total number of octets of data (including those in bad packets) received on the LANswitch bus (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).
lsBusStatsUtilization
The utilization of the LANswitch bus, expressed in percents of the maximum possible LANswitch traffic.
lsBusStatsEthBroadcastPkts
The total number of good Ethernet packets received that were directed to the broadcast address.
lsBusStatsMulticastPkts
The total number of good packets received that were directed to a multicast address. Note that this number does not include packets directed to the broadcast address.
lsBusStatsGoodEthPkts
The total number of good Ethernet packets received on the LANswitch bus.
lsBusStatsGoodEthOctets
The total number of octets that were received on the LANswitch bus in good Ethernet packets (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).
lsBusStatsBadEthPkts
The total number of bad Ethernet packets received on the LANswitch bus.
lsBusStatsBadEthOctets
The total number of octets that were received on the LANswitch bus in bad Ethernet packets (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).
lsBusStatsNonEthPkts
The total number of packets received on the LANswitch bus in non Ethernet packets.
lsBusStatsNonEthOctets
The total number of octets that were received on the LANswitch bus in non Ethernet packets (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).
lsBusStatsPriorityTable
A list of priority count entries.
lsBusStatsPriorityEntry
A list of statistics related to a specific priority level on the LANswitch bus.
lsBusStatsPriorityIndex
The priority for which this entry reports statistics .
lsBusStatsPriorityPkts
The total number of packets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose priority is that defined for this entry.
lsBusStatsPriorityOctets
The total number of octets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose packets have the priority defined for this entry.
lsBusStatsVirtualNetList
A bitmap defining the status of the virtual nets in the Virtual NetTable. The first bit is for Virtual Net 0 and so on. For existing virtual nets the bit is 1, otherwise 0.
lsBusStatsVirtualNetTable
A list of virtual net statistics.
lsBusStatsVirtualNetEntry
A list of staistics related to a specific virtual net which exists on the LANswitch bus.
lsBusStatsVirtualNet
The virtual net for which this entry reports statistics .
lsBusStatsVirtualNetPackets
The number of good packets that were transmitted to this virtual net by ports in this hub.
lsBusStatsVirtualNetOctets
The number of octets in good packets that were transmitted to this virtual net by ports in this hub.
lsPortControlTable
A list of port control entries.
lsPortControlEntry
A list of parameters that set up the collection of extended statistics related to LANswitch ports. Data is collected in the lsPortExtendedStatsTable.
lsPortControlIndex
An index that uniquely identifies an entry in the lsPortControlTable. Each such entry defines a function that monitors ports and places statistics about them in the portTable on behalf of this lsPortControlEntry.
lsPortControlDataSource
This object identifies the source of the data for this instance of the port function. The statistics in this group reflect all packets on the LANswitch bus that are trasferred by the lsPortFilterTable. This object may not be modified if the associated lsP ...
lsPortControlTableSize
The number of ports for which SW counters are collected by the agent. This number is limited to 5.
lsPortControlLastDeleteTime
The value of sysUpTime when the last entry was deleted from the portion of the portTable associated with this lsPortControlEntry. If no deletions have occurred, this value shall be zero.
lsPortControlOwner
The entity that configured this entry and is therefore using the resources assigned to it.
lsPortControlStatus
The status of this lsPortControl entry. If this object is not equal to valid(1), all associated entries in the lsPortTable, shall be deleted by the agent.
lsPortFilterTable
A list of LANswitch ports to be monitored on the high-speed bus. The OID of this table is a legitimate value for the lsPortControlDataSource. When this OID is a source for the host table, a port in the table has the same meaning as an instruction to the a ...
lsPortFilterEntry
An entry in the filter table.
lsPortFilter
The port monitored on the LANswitch bus. The value of this item is: (16*S-1)+P, where S is the slot number in the hub (1..16) and P the port within the slot (1..N).
lsPortFilterStatus
The status of this lsPortFilter entry. When the status is valid, the port defined in the corresponding lsPortFilter is a part of the filter.
lsPortFilterTableClear
Setting the value of this item to clear(2) causes the agent to clear all entries in the PortFilterTable.
lsPortTable
A list of port entries. Each entry contains statistical data pertaining to a single port. An entry is maintained at all times for each of the LANswitch ports that exist in the hub. This table is not controlled by the lsPortControlTable.
lsPortEntry
A collection of statistics for a particular LANswitch port.
lsPortNumber
The monitored port. The value of this item is: 16*(S-1)+P, where S is the slot number in the hub (1..16) and P the port within the slot (1..N).
lsPortInPkts
The number of good packets transmitted through this port into the LANswitch bus .
lsPortInFCSErrors
The number of packets with FCS errors transmitted through this port into the LANswitch bus .
lsPortInTooLongPkts
The number of packets longer than 1518 bytes transmitted through this port into the LANswitch bus .
lsPortInOctets
The number of octets in good packets (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets) transmitted through this port into the LANswitch bus .
lsPortInTotalErrors
This item is a summation of all errors on this port. It contains the total hardware errors related to a specific port.
lsPortInCollisions
This counter is incremented by one for any CarrierEvent signal on the port for which the CollisionEvent signal on this port is also asserted.
lsPortExtendedReportingList
A list of all ports in the hub for which Extended statistics are currently reported. 16 bits in the bitmap are allocated for each slot in the hub. The MSB is for port 1 of slot 1, and the LSB is for port 16 of slot 16. The bit representing ports for whi ...
lsPortExtendedStatsTable
A list of port entries.
lsPortExtendedStatsEntry
A collection of statistics for a particular LANswitch port.
lsPortExtendedStatsNumber
The monitored port.The value of this item is: 16*(S-1)+P, where S is the slot number in the hub (1..16) and P the port within the slot (1..N).
lsPortCreationOrder
An index that defines the relative ordering of the discovery time of ports captured for a particular lsPortControlEntry. This index shall be between 1 and N, where N is the value of the associated lsPortControlTableSize. The ordering of the indexes is b ...
lsPortIndex
The set of collected port statistics of which this entry is a part. The set of ports identified by a particular value of this index is associated with the lsPortControlEntry as identified by the same value of lsPortControlIndex.
lsPortOutPkts
The number of packets without errors transmitted from the LANswitch bus to this port.
lsPortInBroadcastPkts
The number of good Ethernet packets directed towards the broadcast address that were transmitted to the LANswitch bus through this port.
lsPortInMulticastPkts
The number of good Ethernet packets directed to a multicast address that were transmitted to the LANswitch bus through this port.
lsHostFilterTable
A list of hosts to be monitored on the high-speed bus by the RMON MIB hosts group. The OID of this table is a legitimate value for the hostControlDataSource. The size of the table is limited to 200 entries.
lsHostFilterEntry
An entry in the filter table.
lsHostFilterAddress
The MAC address of a host monitored on the high-speed bus.
lsHostFilterStatus
The status of this lsHostFilter entry. When the status is valid, the host defined in the corresponding lsHostFilter is a part of the filter.
lsHostFilterTableClear
Setting the value of this item to clear(2) causes the agent to clear all entries in the HostFilterTable.
lsHostPortFilterTable
A list of ports to be monitored on the high-speed bus. The OID of this table is a legitimate value for the hostControlDataSource. When this OID is a source for the host table, a port in the table has the same meaning as an instruction to the agent to coll ...
lsHostPortFilterEntry
An entry in the filter table.
lsHostPortFilter
The port monitored on the LANswitch bus. The value of this item is: 16*(S-1)+P, where S is the slot number in the hub (1..16) and P the port within the slot (1..N).
lsHostPortFilterStatus
The status of this lsHostPortFilter entry. When the status is valid, the hosts defined by the corresponding lsHostPortFilter are a part of the filter.
lsHostPortFilterTableClear
Setting the value of this item to clear(2) causes the agent to clear all entries in the HostPortFilterTable.
lsMatrixFilterTable
A list of hosts to be monitored on the high-speed bus by the RMON MIB matrix group. The OID of this table is a legitimate value for the hostControlDataSource. The size of the table is limited to 200 entries.
lsMatrixFilterEntry
An entry in the filter table.
lsMatrixFilterAddress
The MAC address of a host monitored on the high-speed bus.
lsMatrixFilterStatus
The status of this lsMatrixFilter entry. When the status is valid, the hosts defined by the corresponding lsMatrixFilter are a part of the filter.
lsMatrixFilterTableClear
Setting the value of this item to clear(2) causes the agent to clear all entries in the MatrixFilterTable.
lsHostTimePortCorrTable
An addition to the RMON MIB˛s hostTimeTable. This table contains a list of MAC addresses that were monitored on the high-speed bus and the switch ports to which they are connected. The index of this table is the same as for the standard RMON hostTimeTable ...
lsHostTimePortCorrEntry
An entry in the MAC to port correlation table.
hostTimeAddress
The physical address of this host.
hostTimeCreationOrder
An index that uniquely identifies an entry in the hostTime table among those entries associated with the same hostControlEntry. This index shall be between 1 and N, where N is the value of the associated hostControlTableSize. The ordering of the indexes ...
hostTimeIndex
The set of collected host statistics of which this entry is a part. The set of hosts identified by a particular value of this index is associated with the hostControlEntry as identified by the same value of hostControlIndex.
hostTimePortConnection
The switch port to which this hostTimeAddress is connected. The coding of the port number varies for different hubs and packplanes. For the LANSwitch HSB the value of this item is: The value of this item is: 32*(S-1)+P, where S is the slot number in the h ...
lsHistoryTable
A list of High Speed Bus history entries.
lsHistoryEntry
An historical sample of LANswitch statistics on a HSB. This sample is associated with the historyControlEntry which set up the parameters for a regular collection of these samples.
lsHistoryIndex
The history of which this entry is a part. The history identified by a particular value of this index is the same history as identified by the same value of historyControlIndex.
lsHistorySampleIndex
An index that uniquely identifies the particular sample this entry represents among all samples associated with the same lshistoryControlEntry. This index starts at 1 and increases by one as each new sample is taken.
lsHistoryIntervalTime
The value of sysUpTime when this bucket was sampled .
lsHistoryStatsDropEvents
The total number of events in which packets were dropped by the probe due to lack of resources. Note that this number is not necessarily the number of packets dropped; it is just the number of times this condition has been detected.
lsHistoryStatsPkts
The total number of packets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus.
lsHistoryStatsOctets
The total number of octets of data (including those in bad packets) received on the LANswitch bus (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).
lsHistoryStatsEthBroadcastPkts
The total number of good Ethernet packets received that were directed to the broadcast address.
lsHistoryStatsEthMulticastPkts
The total number of good packets received that were directed to a multicast address. Note that this number does not include packets directed to the broadcast address.
lsHistoryStatsGoodEthPkts
The total number of good Ethernet packets received on the LANswitch bus.
lsHistoryStatsGoodEthOctets
The total number of octets that were received on the LANswitch bus in good Ethernet packets (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).
lsHistoryStatsBadEthPkts
The total number of bad Ethernet packets received on the LANswitch bus.
lsHistoryStatsBadEthOctets
The total number of octets that were received on the LANswitch bus in bad Ethernet packets (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).
lsHistoryStatsNonEthPkts
The total number of packets received on the LANswitch bus in non Ethernet packets.
lsHistoryStatsNonEthOctets
The total number of octets that were received on the LANswitch bus in non Ethernet packets (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).
lsHistoryStatsPriority1Pkts
The total number of packets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose priority is that defined for this entry.
lsHistoryStatsPriority1Octets
The total number of octets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose packets have the priority defined for this entry.
lsHistoryStatsPriority2Pkts
The total number of packets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose priority is that defined for this entry.
lsHistoryStatsPriority2Octets
The total number of octets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose packets have the priority defined for this entry.
lsHistoryStatsPriority3Pkts
The total number of packets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose priority is that defined for this entry.
lsHistoryStatsPriority3Octets
The total number of octets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose packets have the priority defined for this entry.
lsHistoryStatsPriority4Pkts
The total number of packets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose priority is that defined for this entry.
lsHistoryStatsPriority4Octets
The total number of octets (including error packets) received on the LANswitch bus whose packets have the priority defined for this entry.
lsHistoryBusUtilization
The utilization of the LANswitch bus, expressed in percents of the maximum LANswitch traffic possible.
lstIntPortTable
::= { lstIntPort 1 } SYNTAX LstIntPortEntry ACCESS not-accessible STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION An entry in the table, containing data about a LANswitch port of LANswitch Token-Ring modules.
lstIntPortGroupId
Id of the group to which the switch port belongs.
lstIntPortId
Switch port Id in module
lstIntPortSidebandMode
Enable Sideband mode on internal port. In this mode, MAC level management of all rings can be done.
lstIntPortTotalOctets
Total number of octets circling in the ring. It is the sum of local octets, in octets and out octets.
lstIntPortTotalTraffic
Total traffic in ring as part of the maximum possible utilization, 4Mbps or 16Mbps, expressed in percents. It is the sum of local traffic, in traffic and out traffic.
lstIntPortLocalOctets
Number of octets local to the ring. The local traffic includes only traffic between stations on the local ring.
lstIntPortLocalTraffic
Local traffic in ring as part of the maximum possible utilization, 4Mbps or 16Mbps, expressed in percents. The local traffic includes only traffic between stations on the local ring.
lstIntPortInOctets
Number of octets passing in to the HSB from the ring. The In traffic includes only traffic going from stations on the local ring to stations on other rings.
lstIntPortInTraffic
In traffic to the HSB from the ring as part of the maximum possible utilization, 4Mbps or 16Mbps, expressed in percents. The In traffic includes only traffic going from stations on the local ring to stations on other rings.
lstIntPortOutOctets
Number of octets passing out from the HSB to the ring. The Out traffic includes only traffic going to stations on the local ring from stations on other rings.
lstIntPortOutTraffic
Out traffic from the HSB to the ring as part of the maximum possible utilization, 4Mbps or 16Mbps, expressed in percents. The Out traffic includes only traffic going to stations on the local ring from stations on other rings.
lstIntPortTotalFrames
Total number of frames in the ring.
lstIntPortLostFrames
Number of lost frames because of Back Pressure.
lstIntPortClaimFrames
Number of Claim-Token frames in the ring.
lstIntPortPurgeFrames
Number of Ring-Purge frames in the ring.
lstIntPortNormallyCloseOpen
Defines the IO mode of the switch port: normally close or normally open. When the port is in 'normallyOpen' mode, all packets enter the port regardless to CAM content.
lstIntPortSlicingEnable
Packet slicing mechanism for decreasing the delay of packets transmission in the HSB. Value 'on' enables the slicing mechanism.
lstIntPortSliceLength
The slice length in bytes. It determines the delay of packet's transmission through the HSB.
lstIntPortUNAddr
MAC address of the Upstream Neighbor of the line interface.
lstIntPortMACAddress
MAC address of the line interface.
lstIntPortSMPTransmitEnable
Enable SMP MAC frame transmission by line interface during single-station situation.
lstIntPortIPGLength
Number of bytes interval between frames transmission of the line interface to the ring.
lstIntPortBPDummyWindow
The time (in 0.25ms) between Dummy frames sendings during Back Pressure situation of the line interface.
lstIntPortBPTokenWindow
The time (in 0.25ms) until Token release during Back Pressure situation of the line interface.
lstIntPortTransmitWindow
The time (in 0.25ms) of line interface transmission until Token release.
lstIntPortBlockingPriority
The priority of the line interface during Back Pressure situation.
lstIntPortNormalPriority
The priority of the line interface for HSB packets transmission into the ring.
lstIntPortDummyMV
Content of MV (Major Vector) field in Dummy frame during Back Pressure of line interface.
lstIntPortTxConsecutiveBusiesThresh
The threshold of the number of consecutive busies counter.
lstIntPortTxBufFullThresh
Threshold indicator for frames buffer full.
lstIntPortRxEmpty0
Upper threshold pointer of Rx buffer. Determines the degree of buffer overflow and back pressure efficiency.
lstIntPortRxEmpty1
Middle threshold pointer of Rx buffer. Determines the degree of buffer overflow and back pressure efficiency..
lstIntPortRxEmpty2
Lower threshold pointer of Rx buffer. Determines the degree of buffer overflow and back pressure efficiency.
lstIntPortRxFull
Rx full threshold pointer. Determines the degree of buffer overflow and back pressure efficiency.
lstIntPortBPEnable
Enable/disable the Back Pressure mechanism.
lstIntPortRouteSideband
Set the internal port ability to get from the HSB sideband packets. The value 'on' enables the routing of sideband packet from the HSB into the internal port.
lseWANTable
LAN Switch WAN data table. Implementation of this table is mandatory for all LANswitch modules with WAN ports.
lseWANEntry
Entry in the table.
lseWANGroupId
Slot number in which the module is located.
lseWANPortId
WAN port index.
lseWANConnection
WAN connection status.
lsVNChangeMACAddress
MAC Address that was detected with at a switch port and its mapping to a Virtual Network does not fit with the third layer address.
lsVNChangeDetected
Virtual Network number detected at the switch port when a VN change is reported.
lsVNChangeExpected
Virtual Network number detected at the switch port when a VN change is reported.
lsVNChangeGroup
The slot number of the card where the Vitual Network change was detected.
lsVNChangePort
The port number where the Vitual Network change was detected.
vnsPacketTable
VNS packets data table. Implementation of this table is mandatory for 3LS (3rd layer switch) module.
vnsPacketEntry
Entry in the table.
vnsPacketMACAddress
The Mac Address of the sending station.
vnsPacketProtocolTypeMask
This is a mask of the exising protocols. Bit(0)='1' when IP protocol exist and '0' otherwise, Bit(1)='1' when IPX protocol exist and '0' otherwise, all other bits are '0' for the moment.
vnsPacketIPAddress
The IP address of the packet's sending station. In case the typeaddress is not IP this field will be 0.0.0.0.
vnsPacketIPNetMask
The IP Address Mask from the IP Interface Table.
vnsPacketIPXnetwork
The IPX NetWork Address of the packet's sending station. In case that the typeaddress is not IPX this field will be 0.0.0.0.
vnsPacketStationType
The Station Type indicates from where comes the packets in the case of the IPX protocol.
vnsPacketPortGroupId
Index which identifies the group inside the chassis for which this entry contains information. It equals with the slot number.
vnsPacketPortId
Index which identifies the port inside the group for which this entry contains information. It equals with the port number.
vnsPacketBackbonePort
The value 2 indicates that the port source of the packet is a backbone port.
vnsPacketExpectedVLAN
The value of this item is the VLAN number that the packet had to have according to it's address.
vnsPacketDetectedVLAN
The value of this item is the detected VLAN number of the arrived packet.
vnsPacketBoxAgentIP
The IP Address of the Hub's BoxAgent where the 3LS (3rd layer switch) module exist.
topDiscovery
The value of this item defines the activity status of the agent's discovery algorithm. When its value is set to topoMessages(2), the agent searches for the topology messages (interhub and bridge messages). When the value is macFind(3), the agent search ...
topDiscoveryTimeOut
The value of this item defines the maximal time (in seconds) that an agent can remain in the non-idle toplogy discovery mode. When the agent is set to the topology mode (TopDiscovery=topoDiscovery(2) or macFind(3)) the counter is started. If the manager ...
ethTopDiscoveryTx
This item is a switch that activates the inter-agent topology messages. txInterhubMsg(2) - the agent transmits interhub discovery messages. txBridgeMsg(3) - the agent transmits bridge discovery messages. txAckMsg(4) - the agent transmits acknowledgment me ...
ethTopClearMessageResult
When this item is set to clear(2), the agent sets the values of all ethTopMessageResult items to '0'. When finished the 'clear' process the Agent sets the variable to idle(1).
ethTopNumOfMessageResults
This item contains the number of messages currently stored in the ethTopMessageResultTable.
ethTopMessageResultTable
A table that contains 3 items with the results of the topology messages received by the agent.
ethTopMessageResultEntry
An entry in the table, containing part of the received data.
ethTopMessageResultId
The table's index. Can assume the values 1,2, or 3.
ethTopMessageResult
A row in the Topology Messages result table. Each row contains up to 44 elements.
ethTopMACFindList
Up to 6 MAC addresses to be searched for by the Agent.
ethTopMACFindResultTable
A table that contains 4 rows with the results of the MACFind process. Each row contains the results for one of the hub's buses. The number of items supported is equal to the number of buses supported by the agent.
ethTopMACFindResultEntry
An entry in the table, containing one LSA item.
ethTopMACFindBus
The bus for which the results are reported.
ethTopMACFindResult
The results of the search for the requested MAC addresses fo the relevant bus. The format is: MAC (6 bytes), slot (1 byte), port (1 byte). If the Agent doesn't find a MAC's correlation, the slot and port will be '0'.
ethTopLSATable
A table that contains 8 rows with the last source addresses found on the hub's ports. Each row in the table reports the last source addresses for specific slots in the hub: #1: modules 1,2,17,18; #5: modules 9,10,25, 26; #2: modules 3,4,19,20; #6: modules ...
ethTopLSAEntry
An entry in the table, containing one LSA item.
ethTopLSAId
The table's index. Assumes values 1,2,3,...,8.
ethTopLSA
This item contains the last source addresses for modules in related slots. For each port the data is: slot (one byte), port (one byte), address (6 bytes). For none existing ports the LSA will be 0. The first bit (MSB) of the slot byte defines the user sta ...
ethTopAddressTable
A table that contains the MAC addresses used by the agent for the topology messages.
ethTopAddressEntry
An entry in the topology address table. The number of entries is equal to the number of Ethernet buses supported by the agent.
ethTopBus
The bus for which this address is defined.
ethTopAddress
The MAC address used by the agent for the topology discovery process on the related bus.
ethTopHSBMonitor
This item ask for monitoring the LANSwitch bus by the NMA-RS. startMonitor(2) value, is used to start monitor the LANSwitch bus collect the lsHostTimePortCorrTable.
alarmMonitorStatusTable
A list of alarms status for Alarm entries.
alarmMonitorStatusEntry
Each entry contains an index (appropriate to specific alarmIndex item) and the alarmed status of this alarm entry
alarmMonitorStatusIndex
An index that uniquely identifies an entry in the alarmMonitorStatusTable. This index is the same as the appropriate alarm Table.
alarmMonitorStatus
The alarms' status for the appropriate alarm table 1 - ok 2 - alarmState.
alarmUtilitiesCommand
The alarms command can be one of the follows: 1 - idle - idle state. 2 - clearAll - clear all alarms and events in the Agent tables. 254 - failed - If the Agent does not succeed to perform the command, the alarmUtilitiesCommand will be changed to failed, ...
portHistoryExtendedControlTable
A list of extended history control entries.
portHistoryExtendedControlEntry
A list of extended parameters that set up a periodic sampling of statistics.
portHistoryExtendedControlCreateTime
The value of sysUpTime at the creation of the control row and start of the history collection index with the same value of the historyControlIndex.
portHistoryExtendedControlLastBucketIndex
The index of the last bucket that was stored to the history table.
portHistoryExtendedControlNumberOfBuckets
The number of buckets stored in the probe.
portHistoryExtendedControlName
The name of the this history collection.
lsPortHistoryTable
A list of LANswitch port history entries.
lsPortHistoryEntry
An historical sample of port switch statistics with the historyControlEntry, which set up the parameters for a regular collection of these samples.
lsPortHistoryIndex
The history of which this entry is a part. The history identified by a particular value of this index is the same history as identified by the same value of historyControlIndex.
lsPortHistorySampleIndex
An index that uniquely identifies the particular sample, this entry represents among all samples associated with the same lshistoryControlEntry. This index starts at 1 and increases by one as each new sample is taken.
lsPortHistoryIntervalTime
The value of sysUpTime at the start of the interval over which this sample was measured.
lsPortHistoryBoxConfiguration
Octet String build by concatenating the genGroupType of the maximum 16 modules in the LANSwitch box. By reading this variable a management application can draw a list of the LANSwitch modules and ports configuration relevant for the application.
lsPortHistoryPkts
The total number of good packets received on the port.
lsPortHistoryCollisions
The best estimate of the total number of collisions on this port during this sampling interval.
lsPortHistoryTotalErrors
The total number of errors detected by the switching hardware on this port, including FCS errors and too long packets.
scPortHistoryTable
A list of Xswitch port history entries.
scPortHistoryEntry
An historical sample of port switch statistics with the historyControlEntry, which set up the parameters for a regular collection of these samples.
scPortHistoryIndex
The history of which this entry is a part. The history identified by a particular value of this index is the same history as identified by the same value of historyControlIndex.
scPortHistorySampleIndex
An index that uniquely identifies the particular sample, this entry represents among all samples associated with the same scHistoryControlEntry. This index starts at 1 and increases by one as each new sample is taken.
scPortHistoryIntervalTime
The value of sysUpTime at the start of the interval over which this sample was measured.
scPortHistoryBoxConfiguration
Octet String build by concatenating the genGroupType of the maximum 14 modules in the Meritage box or 4 boxes in the Visage stack. By reading this variable a management application can draw a list of the modules (boxes) and ports configuration relevant fo ...
scPortHistoryGoodPktsRec
The total number of good packets received by the port.
scPortHistoryGoodNonUnicastPktsRec
The total number of good packets received that were directed to multicat or broadcast address.
scPortHistoryCollisions
The best estimate of the total number of collisions on the Ethernet segment connected to the port.
scPortHistoryBadPkts
The total number of bad packets filtered by the port. This item is the summation of: scEthPortCRCAlignErrors, scEthPortOversizePkts, scEthPortFragments and scEthPortJabber.
scPortHistoryGoodPktsSent
The total number of good packets sent by the port.
portHistoryMemoryAvailability
This item reflect the status of available Port History. standard(1) value, is used when there are no memory limitations. limited1(2) value, is used when the limitation is 3 MB. limited1(3) value, is used when the limitation is 2 MB.

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