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This MIB module provides network management support for device VLAN configuration on IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN.

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This object enables and disables IEEE 802.1Q type encapsulation for all VLANs. If this object is set to 'false', then the 802.1Q encapsulation is disabled on all interfaces. If this object is set to 'true', then the 802.1Q encapsulation is enabled on al ...
This object specifies the native VLAN ID for layer 2 bridging. If this object is set to '0', there is no layer 2 bridging native VLAN ID. Setting this object will automatically update the dot1qPvid for all interfaces in the Q-BRIDGE-MIB (if supported) t ...
This object enables and disables VoIP VLAN functionality for this agent. If this object is set to 'true', and cwvlVoIPVlanId is a non-zero, the value of the cwvlVoIPVlanId object is the user-configured VoIP VLAN ID. If this object is set to 'true', and ...
This object is the VoIP VLAN ID. All VoIP VLAN ID values are non-zero VLAN ID. A value of '0' is used to represent CDP VVID.
The object is the Public VLAN ID. This VLAN is the only VLAN which may be configured on an 802.11 network interface to not require WEP encryption. All other VLANs require WEP encryption in order to isolate the broadcast domains. If the value of object ...
This table contains attributes for configuration and security management of VLANs. Devices can configure to have multiple VLANs on an interface. VLANs on different interfaces of the same VLAN ID must have the same configuration. Therefore, attributes fo ...
Each entry includes parameters for to enable VLAN and configure encryption and key usages for a particular VLAN.
This is the VLAN ID to which the parameters in each conceptual row shall be applied.
If the value is 'true', this VLAN is enabled on all trunk and hybrid ports. If the value is 'false', this VLAN is disabled on all ports.
The object specifies the WEP encryption key rotation period. If the value is '0', it indicates no key rotation.
Encryption mode used on the VLANs are: none (1) - No encryption and use VLan as security mechanism, wep (2) - WEP encryption, aes (3) - Advanced Encryption Standard.
Encryption option for wep(2) selection of cwvlWlanEncryptionMode: 'true' - WEP encryption is mandatory, 'false' - WEP encryption is option.
This is the auxiliary MIC type used on WEP-encoded packets for client stations assigned to this VLAN.
This is the function through which the WEP encryption key is permuted between key renewal periods for client stations assigned to this VLAN.
This is an optional key hashing for WEP encryption. If the value is 'true', the hashing option is applied. If the value is 'false', the hashing option is not applied to WEP encryption.
This object determines if Standard IEEE 802.11 or Cisco propriety AES, MIC, and hashing for WEP encryption is applied. If the value is standard(1), the Standard IEEE 802.11 encryption is applied. If the value is cisco(2), the Cisco propriety encryption ...
This is used to create a new row, modify or delete an existing row and a VLAN configuration in this table. A VLAN can only be activated by setting this object to `active' by the agent. When it is `active', the VLAN is being used or referenced in other sy ...
This table contains shared WEP keys for all IEEE 802.11 packets transmitted and received frames over a VLAN identified by the cwvlWlanVlanId if encryption is enabled (i.e., the cwvlWlanEncryptionMode is wep(2) or aes(3)) on the VLAN. If WEP encryption is ...
Each entry contains the key index, key length, and key value. There is a maximum of 4 keys per VLAN or key set. Each key set is indexed by the VLAN ID.
This object is a representative of the corresponding 802.11 WEP Key Index used when transmitting or receiving frames with this key. SNMP table indexing conventions require table index to be non-zero. Therefore, this object has to be one greater than the ...
This object specifies the length in octets of cwvlWlanNUcastKeyValue. Common values are 5 for 40-bit WEP key and 13 for 128-bit WEP key. A value of '0' means that the key is not set.
This is the WEP secret key value. The agent always returns a zero-length string when this object is read for security reason.
Indicates whether ciscoWlanVlanWepChangeNotif notifications will or will not be sent by the agent when the WEP key in the cwvlWlanNUcastKeyTable are changed.
Global VLAN configuration for wireless LAN roaming domain.
Per VLAN based configurations for IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN.

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