The Cisco MIB for the asynchronous polled Communications protocol as implemented in the ASP Tunneling feature. This MIB provides information relating to the ASP interfaces in a router; the correspondin g tunnel interface can be accessed via CISCO-BSTUN-MIB.
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OID list for CISCO-ASPP-MIB
- A list of asynchronous interfaces which have been configured to support an asynchronous security protocol (ASP) BSTUN group.
- Current ASP configuration settings for an asynchronous port.
- Specifies type of asynchronous security protocol being used. These protocols are implemented by individual security alarm manufacturers. There is no standard protocol for alarm communications over RS-232 interfaces. asyncGeneric(5)- provides generic polle ...
- Specifies the router's protocol role. primary(1) - Indicates we are attaching to the terminal or alarm panel. secondary(2) - Indicates we are attaching to the host or alarm console..
- Specifies the receive inter-frame-timeout period, used to delimit frames. Since all the protocols are implemented over RS-232 3-wire circuits (ie TX, RX and GND), the only general method for start-end frame detection is to monitor the time between receive ...
- Specifies the byte offset within a frame, which contains the device address. This is used when the asynchronous interface is configured to use the async generic protocol handler. Because no knowledge of the protocol is built-in to the IOS, it must be told ...
- Specifies the protocol character to use to delimit the end of a frame. The valid character is 0-255 and 256 indicates the object is not configured.
- Specifies the protocol character to use to delimit the beginning of a frame. The valid character is 0-255 and 256 indicates the object is not configured.
- Specifies whether the asp sequence numbers used to synchronize aspp traffic between head-end and tail-end routers should be ignored. This is enabled if there isn't a one to one correlation between commands and responses between the two routers.
- Specifies the amount of time the router will wait for a response to a packet before retransmission.
- Specifies the maximum amount of time the router will wait for a complete packet to be received. It starts when an STX character is received.
- Specifies the maximum amount of time the router will wait for a response to a terminal request from the host. It starts when a terminal request is forwarded to the host.
- Specifies the maximum amount of time the router will wait for the activation of the tunnel connection to the host to complete. It starts when a terminal requests a session with host.
- Specifies the maximum number of timers a packet will be retransmitted before the connection with the terminal will be disconnected.
- Specifies the amount of time to wait after sending a connect packet to the the terminal before sending the ENQ to initiate a session
- Specifies whether sending of ENQ to initiate a session with the terminal is disabled.
- Specifies whether the router will send an ACK to acknowledge packets.
- Specifies whether the line mode is direct or dialed. If in direct the router will immediately send ENQ without waiting for AT commands
- Specifies whether DCD should always be asserted or asserted only when the connection is active.
- A collection of objects providing information about interfaces that run asynchronous security protocols.
- A collection of objects providing information about interfaces that run asynchronous generic protocols.
- A collection of objects providing information about interfaces that run asynchronous protocol to communicate to Point of Sale protocols.
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