The MIB module to describe the status of the ISDN Interfaces on the routers.
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OID list for CISCO-ISDN-MIB
- The list of neighbors from which the router will accept calls or to which it will place them.
- A single Neighbor. This entry is effectively permanent, and contains information describing the neighbor, his permissions, his last call attempt, and his cumulative effects.
- ifIndex value of the physical interface the neighbor will be called on. On an ISDN interface, this is the ifIndex value of the D channel.
- arbitrary sequence number associated with the neighbor.
- ifIndex value of virtual interface associated with the neighbor. This interface maintains a queue of messages holding for the neighbor awaiting call completion, and all statistics.
- ASCII name of the neighbor.
- Call Address at which the neighbor should be called. Think of this as the set of characters following 'ATDT ' or the 'phone number' included in a D channel call request.
- applicable permissions.
- Maximum call duration in seconds.
- Duration of last call in seconds.
- ASCII reason that the last call terminated.
- encoded reason for the last call tear down.
- number of completed calls to neighbor since system reset.
- Number of call attempts that have failed.
- Number of calls accepted from the neighbor.
- Number of calls from neighbor that we have refused.
- sysUpTime of last call attempt.
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- Indication of outgoing or incoming call.
- A collection of objects providing the ISDN MIB capability.
- A collection of objects providing the call origin capability.
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