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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 2 (mgmt). 1 (mib-2). 127 (docsIetfQosMIB). 1 (docsIetfQosMIBObjects). 1 (docsIetfQosPktClassTable). 1 (docsIetfQosPktClassEntry). 27 (docsIetfQosPktClassBitMap)
OID : 1.3.6.1.2.1.127.1.1.1.27
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. mgmt. mib-2. docsIetfQosMIB. docsIetfQosMIBObjects. docsIetfQosPktClassTable. docsIetfQosPktClassEntry. docsIetfQosPktClassBitMap
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OID1.3.6.1.2.1.127.1.1.1.27
Module DOCS-IETF-QOS-MIB (CISCO)
NomdocsIetfQosPktClassBitMap
Accesreadonly
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis object indicates which parameter encodings were actually present in the DOCSIS packet classifier encoding signaled in the DOCSIS message that created or modified the classifier. Note that Dynamic Service Change messages have replace semantics, so that all non-default parameters must be present whether the classifier is being created or changed. A bit of this object is set to 1 if the parameter indicated by the comment was present in the classifier encoding, and to 0 otherwise. Note that BITS are encoded most significant bit first, so that if, for example, bits 6 and 7 are set, this object is encoded as the octet string '030000'H.
SyntaxeBits (0-rulePriority, 1-activationState, 2-ipTos, 3-ipProtocol, 4-ipSourceAddr, 5-ipSourceMask, 6-ipDestAddr, 7-ipDestMask, 8-sourcePortStart, 9-sourcePortEnd, 10-destPortStart, 11-destPortEnd, 12-destMac, 13-sourceMac, 14-ethertype, 15-userPri, 16-vlanId)
Module DOCS-IETF-QOS-MIB (ietf)
NomdocsIetfQosPktClassBitMap
Accesreadonly
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis object indicates which parameter encodings were actually present in the DOCSIS packet classifier encoding signaled in the DOCSIS message that created or modified the classifier. Note that Dynamic Service Change messages have replace semantics, so that all non-default parameters must be present whether the classifier is being created or changed. A bit of this object is set to 1 if the parameter indicated by the comment was present in the classifier encoding, and to 0 otherwise. Note that BITS are encoded most significant bit first, so that if, for example, bits 6 and 7 are set, this object is encoded as the octet string '030000'H.
SyntaxeBits (0-rulePriority, 1-activationState, 2-ipTos, 3-ipProtocol, 4-ipSourceAddr, 5-ipSourceMask, 6-ipDestAddr, 7-ipDestMask, 8-sourcePortStart, 9-sourcePortEnd, 10-destPortStart, 11-destPortEnd, 12-destMac, 13-sourceMac, 14-ethertype, 15-userPri, 16-vlanId)