The MIB for providing information specified in ITU Q752 Monitoring and Measurements for Signaling System No. 7(SS7) Network. This information can be used to manage messages transported over SS7 Network via Cisco IP Transfer Point. The Cisco IP Transfer Point (ITP) is a hardware and software solution that transports SS7 traffic using IP. Each ITP node provides function similar to SS7 signaling point.
IPHost Network Monitor offer an easy way of SNMP monitoring your Cisco Servers, Routers, Switches, Bridges, Firewalls, Repeaters.
OID list for CISCO-ITP-SP2-MIB
- The number of SS7 events logged by this Signaling Point.
- The number of SS7 events that could not be logged due to unavailable resources.
- The upper limit on the number of events that the cisEventsTable can contain. A value of 0 will prevent any history from being retained. When this table is full, the oldest entry will be deleted and a new one will be created.
- This object specifies the maximum number of events allowed in the events history table for the managed system.
- A table of SS7 events generated by this device.
- An SS7 event that was previously generated by this device. Each entry is indexed by a event index. An entry is added to this table for each SS7 event generated on the managed system. The table contains the latest number of events defined by the cisEventHi ...
- A monotonically increasing integer for the sole purpose of indexing events. When it reaches the maximum value the agent flushes the event table and wraps the value back to 1.
- A brief description of the SS7 event. Each event provides information of state transitions specific to the SS7 protocol.
- A table of information related to the defining Quality of Service to transport SS7 packets using SCTP/IP. Entries are added to this table via cisQosRowStatus in accordance with the RowStatusconvention.
- Each entry define information relate to a Quality of Service class as needed to transport SS7 packets using SCTP/IP.
- The quality of service class that can be defined to transport SS7 Packets using SCTP/IP.
- Enumerated list of QoS type that can be defined. A value ipPrecedence suggests that IP Type of Service (TOS) is based on cisQosPrecedenceValue. A value ipDscp suggests that IP Type of Service (TOS) is based on cisQosIpDscp.
- A value to assign to the IP TOS bits in the IP datagram that carries one or more SS7 packets. The IP Precedence value is specified if cisQosType is ipPrecedence, otherwise it is -1.
- DiffServ CodePoint (DSCP) value to assign to the IP TOS bits in the IP datagram that carries one or more SS7 packets. DSCP provides scalable mechanisms to classify packets into groups or classes that have similar QoS requirements and then gives these grou ...
- ITP Access lists can be used to use information specific to SS7 packets to assign an Qos class. A value of zero indicates that no access control list is present.
- The object is used by a management station to create or delete the row entry in cisQosTable following the RowStatus textual convention.
- SS7 Event objects.
- SS7 Quality of Service objects.
Download IPHost Network Monitor (500 monitors for 30 days, 50 monitors free forever) to start monitoring network devices right now.