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The MIB to configure Connection Specific parameters and statistics related information in a Service Module. The Service Module(SM) is defined as any Module which provides services such as ATM, Frame Relay or Voice in a Wide Area Network(WAN) switch.

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This table contains objects required for configuring module specific parameters. These parameters may be related to the hardware specific parameters which can affect the ATM Connection characteristics.
Entry containing information for each module.
This object's value generally corresponds to the slot number where the module resides. However, system wide uniqueness is the only true requirement.
The file ID of the Service Class Template(SCT) file. The SCT holds the connection specific parameters for this module in the ingress direction(From Network to the Switch). Terminologies used: SCT : Service Class Template The Service Class Template ( or Se ...
This variable contains the SCT filename. Write access is not required. The filename has cwmIngressSCTFileId value as the suffix. For example, the value SCT.INGR.13 for this object indicates 13 is the value of cwmIngressSCTFileId.
This object enables/disables automatic diagnostic feature of physical lines on module. In case of a line alarm, enabling this feature temporarily suspends traffic in both direction and starts local loop-back testing. Disabling this feature will not effect ...
The Configured version of the Service Class Template(SCT) file. This version applies to both the card SCT and the port SCT files in a service module. The port SCT files are specified while provisioning a port using the caviFileId field in the CISCO-WAN-VI ...
The operational version of the Service Class Template(SCT) file. This is sct version currently in use. The operational version could be different from the configured version (cwmSCTFileVerCfg), until the service module is rebooted.
This counter is used by the management station to determine if any changes(other than ATM/FR connections) have been done on configuration of a card. The use of this object is implementation specific. This requires the NMS application saving the previous v ...
This table has objects required for configuring module statistic collection related parameters. The statistics related to interfaces and ATM Connections are stored in a file. The statistics file can be uploaded by NMS applications using file transfer prot ...
Entry containing statistics configuration information for the module.
This object contains the bucket interval in minutes used in collecting statistics. This specifies the interval over which the module accumulates a sample. This value also defines the amount of time available to NMS application to upload the statistic file ...
The collection interval of statistics. Within a sampling interval, as defined by cwmStatBucketInterval, statistics counters are updated every collection interval. Default value of collection interval is same as bucket interval. In case of bucket interval ...
Enables or disables statistics collection on the module.
The current statistics level of the module. A change in the card statistic level can take place only after a module reset. This object shows the current module statistic level. While cwmStatLevelConfigured object is used to configure module statistic leve ...
This object is used to configure the statistics level for the module. The statistics level value set in this object will take effect only on reset of the module. This object can be set only if cwmStatCollectionStatus is set to enable(1). This object canno ...
The maximum number of connections for which the statistics are being collected.
Group containing Module Specific Parameters.
Group containing statistics configuration.
Group containing additional Module Specific Parameters.
Group containing objects related to configuration changes in a card.

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