This module provides authoritative definitions for Cabletron's enterprise-specific priority classification MIB.
You can select a variable to monitor using the built-in IPHost SNMP MIB browser that provides you with all variables, their current values and descriptions taken from the ct-priority-classify-mib .
OID list for ct-priority-classify-mib
- This value represents one of eight preference levels, 0 through 7, with 0 being the worst and 7 the best. The value will be translated by the device into a three bit binary number. This value shall be used to put incoming RTP packets on an internal queue.
- This object will enable or disable parsing of all forwarded packets looking for RTCP packets. Enabled(2) means that all fowarded packets will be parsed for RTCP. When an RTCP packet is found, the identification of the associated RTP 'connection' (next lo ...
- A list describing which MIB-II interfaces will allow 802.1 P/Q tagging or modification of the precedence field in the TOS portion of an IP packet or both. It also specifies the tagging value and the TOS precedence where applicable.
- This entry for pClassifyRTPEntry.
- The index of the MIB-II interface that the packet is destined for.
- This object will enable or disable modification of the TOS precedence field and the 802.1 P/Q tagging. A value of NoModification(1) implies that modification is not allowed. OnlyQTag(2) m ...
- This value represents one of eight precedence levels, 0 through 7, with 0 being the lowest and 7 the highest. The value will be translated by the device into a three bit binary number for use as the precedence field in the TOS portion of the IP Datagram. ...
- This value represents one of eight priority levels, 0 through 7, with 0 being the lowest and 7 the highest. The value will be translated by the device into a three bit binary number for use as the user_priority field of the TCI (Tag Control Information) f ...
- This value represents a twelve bit VLAN identifier (VID) as specified in the IEEE 802.1Q standard. This object will provide a twelve bit VID in the TCI (Tag Control Information) portion of a tagged frame as specified in the IEEE 802.1Q. This value will be ...
- A list of objects that describe the UDP port numbers that qualify as candidates for low delay queue preference classification.
- The UDP destination port number tha qualifies as a candidate for low delay classification.
- A packet with UDP port number equal to pClassifyUDPPortNumber will be put on a low_delay queue if state is Enabled(2).
- Preference with which packet with UDP destination port number equal to pClassifyUDPPortNumberis put on the queue.
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