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The number of operational sessions in progress in this system
Table of configuration attributes which define the operational functions and the results on a per module basis. This group provides the mechanism by which available operations are initiated, monitored and reported.
An entry in the table, containing data about a single modules operations.
Index which identifies the module inside the chassis for which this entry contains information. Equals the number of the slot by which the group is accessed or the stackable index.
Index to identify the operation supported by this row entry. Each operation type that is supported by this module should be represented by a unique row in this MIB Table. A walk of this MIB table should reveal all the operations that are supported by the ...
The index value (taken from the genAppFileTable) of the destination of the operation. NOTE: A value of zero (0) here indicates that the Server (specified below) is the Destination.
The IP Address of the server from/to which the file has to be Download/Upload. NOTE: In the case of localPeerTransport this value should be NULL.
Contains the username to be used if the protocol specified in genOpProtocolType requires one. The default value will be the empty string
Contains the password to be used if the protocol specified in genOpProtocolType requires one. The default value will be the empty string
Identifies the protocol between the management station and the device for Download/Upload of the file.
The location (including the FULL path) of the file in the server. NOTE: In the case of localPeerTransport this value should be NULL.
The state of the operation for Display on the terminal during operation process.
While a download is in progress this will always be 'no-error'. After a download is complete this indicates the success or failure of the download. If it is anything other than 'no-error' then 'genOpLastFailureDisplay' will contain a textual description ...
Contains the last error, Null if there is no error.
Last warning which didn't stop the operation (not fatal error).
The Index in the 'genAppFileTable' under which an error log has been created. In the case of file that produce errors this file should contain a log of errors that occurred. (This item should be zero if it does not exist)
Indicates if a reset (after operation completion) is supported by this Module.
Whether to do a reset after the operation completed successfully.
The row in the 'genAppFileTable' of the default Application that the device will boot from when a standard reboot is performed.
The Index in the 'genAppFileTable' of the default Application that the device was last booted from.
Indicates what type of file system is supported by this module. A value of 'static' indicates that rows in the 'genAppFileTable' are not removable nor can new entries be created. A value of 'dynamic' indicates that entries in the 'genAppFileTable' are bot ...
Contain modifiers to the Report operation. fullReport - Full configuration report partialReport - A report without the information stored in the OSPF database notSupported - For operations other than report, this MIB has no meaning and can return not Supp ...
While a download is in progress this indicates the number of bytes transferred so far.
Table of Application (FILE) entries. Each row uniquely defines an application in the system. Applications can be defined as any entity that can be read or written from or to the system. This includes software images, boot code, configuration files, prom ...
An entry in the table, containing data about a single application / config file.
Index which uniquely identifies the application. NOTE: This index CANNOT BE ZERO (0) since the index of zero is reserved as an indication of network server location in the genOpSourceIndex and genOpDestIndex above.
The name of the application.
The type (class) of the application. This class serves to catagorize the many application files in the system into some fixed types: runningConfiguration -- This entry represents a virtual file in the system. Use of this entry in the genOpTable should se ...
A description of the application.
The size (expressed as the number of bytes) of the application.
The current version of the application. If this files does not carry a version this field should be NULL.
The physical location of the application.
The time stamp is the Real Time if supported otherwise sysUpTime. The convention for this field is as follows: Real Time: Entry is prefixed with an 'R' character and time is formatted using the convention for date-and-time (rfc1903) DISPLAY-HINT 'R-2d-1d- ...
The status of this entry in the table. Note the available states: active(1), -- Fully configured and active. notInService(2) -- NOT SUPPORTED. notReady(3), -- Entry NOT FULLY configured. createAndGo(4), -- Used to add new Applications in the system. crea ...

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