ipACListCtlStatus - ip AC List Ctl Status - IP-ACCESS-LIST-MIB

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ip AC List Ctl Status

For creation/deletion of IP access control statement. active (1) -- is set when both ipACListCtlName and ipACListCtlType is set. notInService (2) -- is set when ipACListCtlName or ipACListCtlType is not set. notReady (3) createAndGo (4) -- is set on creating new access list. createAndWait (5) destroy (6) -- is set on destroying an existed access list. The management should inspect the ipACRuleTable and delete all the related entries. An entry in the ipACRuleTable is related to this entry if ipACListCtlName equals ipACRuleName.


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