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OID list for ctron-fddi-stat-mib
- This table allows control over the creation of FDDI utilization statistics. This is done by providing an object that when accessed latches the statistics into the stats table.
- Defines a specific control entry.
- A specific slot for which this connection entry is defined. If the entry corresponds to a slotless chassis system, then this entry will have the value of 0.
- A specific instance of SMT for which this entry pertains.
- A specific FDDI Path that this connection entry pertains.
- Provides an identifier of the next entry to be used in the ctFDDIStatsHistoryTable. Reading this object will latch FDDI performance data into a conceptual row in the ctFDDIStatsHistoryTable indexed by the value just read from ctFDDINextEntry.
- This object provides the ability to reset the peak bytes and peak time stamp object. This is accomplished by setting this object with a value of reset(2). Setting a value of normal(1) will have no affect. When read this object will always return normal( ...
- Provides a history of latched FDDI performance objects. There is one such object for each entry that has been latched in the ctFDDIStatsCtlTable. This table will contain the 10 most recent entries. All other entries will be lost.
- A unique entry that identifies a particular latched stats entry. This corresponds directly to a value of ctFDDINextEntry.
- The value of sysUpTime when this entry was created.
- The bandwidth utilization in frames per second.
- The bandwidth utilization in bytes per second.
- The peak bandwidth utilization in bytes per second.
- A time stamp when the peak occured.
- The FDDI SMT index for which these statistics pertain. The value of the object must match a corresponding value of ctFDDISMT.
- The FDDI MAC path index for which these statistics pertain. The value of the object must match a corresponding value of ctFDDIPath.
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