This MIB module provides the management of the Cisco Cable Modem Termination Systems (CMTS) Remote Query feature.
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OID list for CISCO-DOCS-REMOTE-QUERY-MIB
- An indication of whether the CMTS CM Poller is running. When the poller is enabled, it polls the remote CMs periodically specified in the cdrqCmtsCmPollerInterval mib object. cdrqCmtsCmPollerInterval and cdrqCmtsCmPollerCommunity need to have valid values ...
- An interval between two polling cycles of the CMTS CM Poller. The poller will not start the next cycle until it finished polling for the last CM , even though the time has expired. If the cdrqCmtsCmPollerInterval is too small with a large number of CMs, ...
- The read community string is used for polling the CMs. Any change in the cdrqCmtsCmPollerCommunity will not be reflected if the poller has already been enabled. For SNMPv3, this object will contain a user name instead of a community string.
- The contextEngineID indicating the location of the context in which management information is accessed when using the user name specified by the corresponding instance of cdrqCmtsCmPollerCommunity. This object is implemented to support SNMPv3
- The context in which management information is accessed when using the user name specified by the corresponding instance of cdrqCmtsCmPollerCommunity. This object is implemented to support SNMPv3
- The value of sysUpTime when the last polling cycle started. cdrqCmtsCmPollerStartTime is set to 0 when the CMTS is first restarted and doesn't get reset after the poller is disabled.
- The value of sysUpTime when the last polling cycle finished. cdrqCmtsCmPollerStopTime is set to 0 when the CMTS is first restarted and doesn't get reset after the poller is disabled.
- This table contains the status of the cable modems that are polled by the CMTS CM Poller. The information will be overwritten when a new polling cycle starts. The removal of CM from the list or adding a new CM to the list won't be reflected until the next ...
- A list of the cable modem's attributes that are polled by a CMTS.
- The CM's received power level. This object may be set to zero if the CM does not support power level measurement. If the CM downstream interface is down, this object either returns the most current value or the value of 0.
- The operational transmit power for the CM upstream channel.
- A measure of the current round trip time. Used for timing of CM upstream transmissions to ensure synchronized arrivals at the CMTS.
- Signal/Noise ratio as perceived for the CM downstream channel.
- Total microreflections including in-channel response as perceived on the CM downstream, measured in dBc below the signal level. This object is not assumed to return an absolutely accurate value, but is meant to give a rough indication of microreflections ...
- The value of sysUpTime when this CM entry was polled. If this value is larger than the cdrqCmtsCmPollerStopTime, either by receiving it from the cdrqCmtsCmRQDoneNotification or by polling the object itself, it indicates that the status has already been ov ...
- Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination Systems (CMTS) for configuring and monitoring the CMTS CM Poller.
- Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination Systems (CMTS) for monitoring cable modems via CMTS CM Poller.
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