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The MIB module for managing the Cisco Optical Supervisory Channel Protocol (OSCP). The OSCP is used to determine and maintain wavelength connectivity with remote nodes. OSCP includes support for bundles of wavelengths to a common remote node, including dynamic selection of the message channel on one wavelength to carry control and management traffic for the entire wavelength bundle.

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The highest version of OSCP that the software in this switch is capable of executing. If the version of a received hello packet is greater than coscpHighestVersion, the received hello packet will be discarded.
The lowest version of OSCP that the software in this switch is capable of executing. If the version of a received hello packet is smaller than coscpLowestVersion, the received hello packet will be discarded. The switch supports all OSCP versions between t ...
The value this switch is using to represent itself as a network node. This should be a globally unique identifier. Typically this value is a MAC address preconfigured in the switch hardware.
This value defines how OSCP will react to a change in the configured value of coscpLinkSelPriority. If the value is set to 'immediate', the reevaluation of the selected OSC in the bundle occurs immediately. If the value is set to 'delayed', then the OSC r ...
In OSCP, some hello packets are generated periodically while others are triggered by events. Specifically, event-triggered hellos are sent upon every state change (except 'oneWay' to 'twoWay') and when a change occurs in the bundle identifier. To avoid po ...
The average time interval between successive hellos sent by this switch on each link running OSCP, in the absence of triggered hellos.
The value for the Hello Inactivity factor that this switch will use to determine when a link has gone down. A link will be returned to the 'attempt' state if the switch has not received an OSCP hello packet for an interval of time equal to coscpHelloInact ...
Notifications that OSCP has gone down on a link are enabled if this value is set to 'true'.
This table contains the objects necessary to describe the operation of OSCP over wavelengths that terminate at this switch. There is one entry for each wavelength that has a message channel for control and management purposes. The table is also used to c ...
An entry in the table, containing information about a link attached to a switch running OSCP.
The Port Identifier of the link as selected by the local switch. This value has meaning only within the context of the switch to which the port is attached. This value is invariant across system restarts.
This object indicates the type of link being described. A link type of 'dedicatedWavelength' represents a wavelength that is dedicated to carrying control and network management traffic, rather than user data. A dedicated wavelength should be terminated o ...
This object indicates the version of OSCP used to exchange information over this link. If communication with the remote switch has not yet been established, then the Version is set to 'unknown'.
This object indicates the state of the Hello protocol exchange over this link. The 'down' state is the initial state of the OSCP Hello finite state machine. This state is also reached when lower-level protocols declare that the wavelength is not usable. N ...
This object indicates the switch identifier of the remote switch on the other end of the link.
This object indicates the port identifier of the port at the remote end of the link as assigned by the remote switch.
This object identifies the wavelength bundle to the remote switch that this link belongs to. All links with the same value of coscpLinkRemoteSwitchId and the same value of this object are aggregated and treated as a single logical link with a single contr ...
This object specifies the identifier of the wavelength bundle to the remote switch configured for this link. The configured bundle identifier is carried in the OSCP hello packet. At both this switch and the remote switch, the configured bundle identifier ...
The interface index identifying this link.
This object indicates the priority with which this link gets selected as the active Optical Supervisory Channel (OSC) when multiple links are present in the same wavelength bundle. If selected, this link will be used to transmit all control and network ma ...
This object contains a count of the number of Hello packets received over this link.
This object contains a count of the number of Hello packets received over this link that were discarded since the version of the received Hello packet was outside the range of coscpLowestVersion to coscpHighestVersion.
This object contains a count of the number of Hello packets transmitted over this link.
This object contains a count of the number of times this link transitioned from the 'twoWay' state to a hello state other than 'twoWay'.
This table contains objects describing the wavelength bundles on this switch.
Each entry contains information about one wavelength bundle to one remote switch. The wavelength bundle is modeled as a single logical link (identified by coscpBundleIfIndex) with a single control and management channel. This logical link is known as the ...
The switch identifier of the remote switch.
The bundle identifier value used to distinguish this wavelength bundle from other wavelength bundles to the same remote switch. All entries in coscpLinkTable with the value of coscpLinkRemoteSwitchId equal to the value of coscpBundleRemoteSwitchId and wit ...
The port identifier of the link currently selected as the active OSC. This link is used to transmit all OSC control and network management traffic to the remote switch, for the entire wavelength bundle.
The interface index assigned by the agent to represent the OSC for the wavelength bundle.
A count of the total number of component links in the wavelength bundle that have coscpLinkHelloState value 'twoWay'.
This object is used to create a new row or to modify or delete an existing row in this table. Each row in the table must be created using this object. Once the row has been activated, an interface index is assigned by the agent and shown in coscpBundleIfI ...
A collection of cisco specific MIB objects used for management of OSCP.
A collection of cisco specific MIB objects used for management of wavelength bundles to a common remote node that are controlled by OSCP.

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