port_signaling monitor - SNMP OIDs

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OIDs - port_signaling

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OID list for port signaling

atmx Port Signaling Version
atmxPortSignalingVersion (defined in XYLAN-ATM-MIB)
Version of the ATM forum UNI Signaling.
atmx Port Signaling Vci
atmxPortSignalingVci (defined in XYLAN-ATM-MIB)
Signaling Vci.
cbr DS1E1 Port Configuration Signaling
cbrDS1E1PortConfSignaling (defined in 3comab9300)
This object is applicable to E1 interfaces ONLY and indicates if signaling information is enabled or disabled. Signaling information is always disabled in E1 single-frame or unframed mode. Signaling information is always enabled in structured voice multi-frame mode. An error is returned if a set is applied to an inappropriate cardtype (eg. E1-CAS is applied to a T1 cardtype). In addition, the crc-4 configuration object is automatically disabled if the E1 interface is in unstructured multi-frame mode and signaling is disabled. NOTE: This object can ONLY be changed in E1 unstructured multi-frame mode. The default value is no-signaling (1).
Cisco ATM Signaling Failures Record Crank Back Port Id
csfRecordCrankBackPortId (defined in CISCO-ATM-SIG-DIAG-MIB)
When the csfRecordCrankBackTransitType object value is 'blockedLink', this object identifies a logical port of the blocked link's preceeding node identifier. The distinguished value zero indicates that no port is specified. For all values of csfRecordCrankBackTransitType other than 'blockedLink', this object is set to zero.
Cisco ATM Signaling Failures Dtl Port Id
csfDtlPortId (defined in CISCO-ATM-SIG-DIAG-MIB)
Each entry in the DTL table corresponds to a node/port tuple based on which a source route through the peer group is built. This object represents the port id in the tuple

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