ctron-fddi-fnb-mib - ctFDDIMuxConfig

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Cabletron FDDI Multiplexor Config

This object defines a specific valid connection configuration. It will specify the connection state of all resource instances. If an instance of a resource is not specified, then it is disconnected. Each valid configuration is encoded in an ascii string, using a specified format for interpretation. The specific connections are in groups of four where each group defines a specific connection configuration. The terms of the connection group are defined as follows: 1st - Resource ID. The value is the same as ctFDDIResourceID for a specific resource entry. 2nd - Instance of the resource. This has a value in the range of 1 to ctFDDIResourceNumbInstance. 3rd - Path of the resource as input to the multiplexor. Paths are specified as 1 for the primary ring and 2 for the secondary. 4th - This is the multiplexor output channel that this resource comes out of the multiplexor. This value is the same as a value of ctFDDIMuxOutID. 5th - Ring Connectivity. This sub-identifier describes if the given mux-in resource (sub-identifiers 1-3) is inserted into the backplane FNB ring. Valid values are 0 for no 1 for yes. So for example a value of is resource 1, instance 1 (primary) is on mux-out 1 and it's not inserted; resource 2, instance 2 (secondary) is on mux-out 2 and is inserted into the backplane. If a valid configuration is no connections then this object will have a value of ''

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