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This MIB is intended to be implemented on all those devices operating as Central Controllers (CC) that terminate the Light Weight Access Point Protocol tunnel from Light-weight LWAPP Access Points. This MIB instrumentation provides the parameters used by the controller to control and monitor the behavior of the associated Access Points when following the newly defined Management Frame Protocol. The controller would pass the MFP settings configured by the user through this MIB to the APs through LWAPP messages. The APs then begin to validate and verify the integrity of 802.11 Management frames and report the anomalies found, if any, to the controller.

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The authentication mechanism to be used to secure the WLANs managed through this controller. cLMfpProtectNone - No authentication or protection mechanism is configured on the controller. cLMfpProtectApAuth - AP-authentication is configured as the authenti ...
This table provides the configuration needed by the controller to enable management frame protection on a particular WLAN. A controller, when configured, enables the MFP on individual WLANs. When these WLANs that have MFP enabled are applied to the APs, ...
A conceptual row in cLMfpWlanConfigTable and represents the MFP configuration on a particular WLAN.
The version of the Management Frame Protection Protocol required for the MFP framework when the MFP protection is enabled through the cLMfpProtectionEnable object.
This object specifies whether the MFP protection on this WLAN be enabled or not. A value of 'true' enables management frame protection on the WLAN and 'false' disables management frame protection. Note that MFP is enabled or disabled on a WLAN through the ...
This object specifies the level of client MFP protection for this WLAN. disabled - client protection is disabled. enabled - client protection is optional. required - client protection is mandatory.
This table represents the MFP information for 802.11 wireless clients that are associated with the APs that have joined this controller.
Each entry represents a conceptual row in this table and provides MFP information about the clients associated to the APs that have joined the controller.
This object indicates whether MFP protection is enabled for a particular client. A value of 'true' indicates that MFP protection is enabled. A value of 'false' indicates MFP protection is disabled.
The status of synchronization of the MFP-aware LWAPP controller's timebase with that of a central time server.
This table provides the configuration of MFP related parameters corresponding to a particular AP. A row is added to the table by the agent when a a row is added to cLApTable of CISCO-LWAPP-AP-MIB. Similarly, a row is deleted from this table when the corre ...
A conceptual row in this table and represents the MFP parameters of a particular AP.
This object specifies whether the AP should validate the management frames received by it in accordance with the MFP version or not. A value of 'true' indicates that the AP should validate all the received management frames accordance with the MFP version ...
This object indicates the status of MFP validation being done as reported by the AP in response to the controller's request to perform MFP validation. A value of 'true' indicates that all the management frames received by the AP will be validated in accor ...
This table provides the MFP capabilities on a dot11 radio interface of an AP that has joined this controller. An AP performs the role of protecting and validating management frames on its dot11 interfaces. It protects the management frames transmitted ou ...
A conceptual row in this table and represents the MFP capabilities on the dot11 interface of a particular LWAPP AP.
The version of the Management Frame Protection protocol currently supported by this radio interface.
The management frame protection capability currently exhibited by the dot11 interface. protectCapNone - protection is not supported on this dot11 interface. protectCapNoBeacon - protection is supported for all types of 802.11 management frames except for ...
The management frame validation capability currently exhibited by this dot11 interface. validateCapNone - The MFP validation is not done by this dot11 interface. validateCapAllFrames - The MFP validation is supported on ths dot11 interface for all types o ...
The object to control the generation of notifications defined in this MIB. A value of 'true' indicates that the agent generates the notifications defined in this MIB. A value of 'false' indicates that the agent doesn't generate the notifications.
This object specifies the radio MAC address of a LWAPP AP.
This object specifies the slotId of the dot11 interface.
This object indicates the identifier for a WLAN.
The actual protection configuration for a specific WLAN as applicable to a dot11 interface of a specific AP.
The type of the MFP anomaly event.
The number of MFP anomaly events detected in the prior period indicated by cLMfpEventPeriod. cLMfpEventType indicates the type of the anomaly event.
The time period, in hundredths of a second, in which the reported number of events are detected. This is the time interval at which the controller periodically checks for the anomaly events to be reported to the NMS through the ciscoLwappMfpAnomalyDetect ...
This object indicates which type of 802.11 management frames contain anomalies of type cLMfpEventType. When the controller detects anomalies using the MFP validation test it will generate the ciscoLwappMfpAnomalyDetected notification.
This object represents the MAC address of the client that is responsible for the most recent event related to a wireless client. This information is useful to identify the rogue client that has staged the most recent attack on the wireless network.
This collection of objects represent the global and WLAN-specific protection capabilities on the controller.
This collection of objects provides the information about the MFP signature protection capabilities as observed on the dot11 interfaces of the LWAPP APs.
This collection of objects represent the information carried by the MFP related notifications sent by the agent to a network management station.
This collection of objects represent the configuration for client protection on the controller.
This collection of objects represent the status of client protection on the controller.
This collection of objects represent the client related information in the MFP notifications generated by the controller.

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