CISCO-BSC-MIB - bscPortRole

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Cisco BSC Port Role

The router's DLC role to the attached node. If the bscPortRole is primary, this implies that the port is connected to a remote secondary device. If the role is generic, this indicates that the port will be running framed bisynchronous frames with an unknown protocol. If this object does not have the value 'contention' then bscPortVirtualAddress will not be instantiated. If this object does not have the value 'dialContention' then bscPortContentionDialTimeout will not be instantiated.

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