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coscp Link Config Bundle Id
This object specifies the identifier of the wavelength bundle to the remote switch configured for this link. The configured bundle identifier is carried in the OSCP hello packet. At both this switch and the remote switch, the configured bundle identifier is used to derive coscpLinkDerivedBundleId according to the algorithm presented in the description of the coscpLinkDerivedBundleId. By default all links have the value zero. Since all links have the same default value, the default behavior is to aggregate all links between two switches into a single logical link with derived bundle identifier value zero. In order to assign a non-default bundle identifier to a link between two switches, only one side needs to be configured with the non-default value. The distinguished value zero indicates that the switch will use as the derived bundle identifier value whatever value the remote switch has.
Back to CISCO-OSCP-MIB MIB page.
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