This MIB module describes the management support forthe Inter-Access Point Protocol (IAPP). IAPP is aCisco propriety Data Delivery Protocol (DDP), and theprotocol defines the function and frame formats f orcommunication between IEEE 802.11 Standard wirelessLAN stations, i.e. access point (AP), work-groupbridge, and repeater. The IAPP supports wirelessstation LAN attachment, client roaming, associationmanagement, a nd diagnostic services.
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OID list for CISCO-DDP-IAPP-MIB
- Represents the type of address stored in cDdpIappMcastIpAddr.
- Multicast IP network address over which applicable IAPP packets are exchanged between stations.
- UPD port identifier through which applicable IAPP packets are exchanged between stations.
- Indicates whether rogue access point notifications including cDdpIappLastRogueApNotif notification will or will not be sent by the agent when a rogue access point is detected. If it is true(1), notifications will be sent. If it is false(2), notification ...
- This is the MAC address of the last detected rogue access point for this device. The value is zero if there has not been any rogue access point detected since system reload.
- Configurations to support operation of the IAPP protocols and subsystem.
- Rogue AP information from the operation of the IAPP subsystem.
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