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OID list for ctron-if-remap-mib
- This table provides the ability to remap all frames from one interface onto another interface. As described by the remote analysizer function. A given source interface can be mapped to one or more destination interfaces. Each row that exists in this tab ...
- Describes a particular interface remap entry.
- The source interface which will have all packets redirected to the destination interface as defined by ctIfRemapDestIf.
- Defines the interface that will see all packets redirected from ctIfRemapSourceIf.
- Defines the status of the interface remap entry. Setting ctIfRemapStatus to a value of disable(2) disables the entry and deletes the row from the table. Therefore this table only contains entries that are active.
- The number of active entries in the ctIfRemap Table.
- The maximum number of entries allowed in the ctIfRemap Table.
- Enable or disable remapping of physical errors, or indicate that the device is incapable of remapping physical errors. If the feature is supported, the value can only be set to 1 or 2. If the feature is unsupported, a get will return 3 and the value can ...
- This object places the device into the correct mode to allow for interface remapping. Setting this object to enable(1) configures the device to allow ifremapping. Setting this object to disable(2) configures the device to disallow ifremapping. A value of ...
- This object allows operational control (start/stop) of all active entries in the ctIFRemapTable. This object becomes meaningless if the ctIfRemapTableEnable object is set to disable(2). Setting this object to start(1) allows all active entries to perfor ...
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