MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 2 (mgmt). 1 (mib-2). 4 (ip). 24 (ipForward). 4 (ipCidrRouteTable). 1 (ipCidrRouteEntry). 6 (ipCidrRouteType)
OID : 1.3.6.1.2.1.4.24.4.1.6
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. mgmt. mib-2. ip. ipForward. ipCidrRouteTable. ipCidrRouteEntry. ipCidrRouteType
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OID1.3.6.1.2.1.4.24.4.1.6
Module IP-FORWARD-MIB (CISCO)
NomipCidrRouteType
Accesreadwrite
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThe type of route. Note that local(3) refers to a route for which the next hop is the final destination; remote(4) refers to a route for which the next hop is not the final destina- tion. Routes which do not result in traffic forwarding or rejection should not be displayed even if the implementation keeps them stored internally. reject (2) refers to a route which, if matched, discards the message as unreachable. This is used in some protocols as a means of correctly aggregating routes.
SyntaxeEnumeration (1-other, 2-reject, 3-local, 4-remote)
Module IP-FORWARD-MIB (DELL)
NomipCidrRouteType
Accesreadwrite
Statusdeprecated
DescriptionThe type of route. Note that local(3) refers to a route for which the next hop is the final destination; remote(4) refers to a route for which the next hop is not the final destination. Routes which do not result in traffic forwarding or rejection should not be displayed even if the implementation keeps them stored internally. reject (2) refers to a route which, if matched, discards the message as unreachable. This is used in some protocols as a means of correctly aggregating routes.
SyntaxeEnumeration (1-other, 2-reject, 3-local, 4-remote)
Module IP-FORWARD-MIB (ietf)
NomipCidrRouteType
Accesreadwrite
Statusdeprecated
DescriptionThe type of route. Note that local(3) refers to a route for which the next hop is the final destination; remote(4) refers to a route for which the next hop is not the final destination. Routes that do not result in traffic forwarding or rejection should not be displayed, even if the implementation keeps them stored internally. reject (2) refers to a route that, if matched, discards the message as unreachable. This is used in some protocols as a means of correctly aggregating routes.
SyntaxeEnumeration (1-other, 2-reject, 3-local, 4-remote)
Module IP-FORWARD-MIB (Alcatel)
NomipCidrRouteType
Accesreadwrite
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThe type of route. Note that local(3) refers to a route for which the next hop is the final destination; remote(4) refers to a route for which the next hop is not the final destina- tion. Routes which do not result in traffic forwarding or rejection should not be displayed even if the implementation keeps them stored internally. reject (2) refers to a route which, if matched, discards the message as unreachable. This is used in some protocols as a means of correctly aggregating routes.
SyntaxeEnumeration (1-other, 2-reject, 3-local, 4-remote)
Module IP-FORWARD-MIB (Force10-9.14.2.1)
NomipCidrRouteType
Accesreadwrite
Statusdeprecated
DescriptionThe type of route. Note that local(3) refers to a route for which the next hop is the final destination; remote(4) refers to a route for which the next hop is not the final destination. Routes that do not result in traffic forwarding or rejection should not be displayed, even if the implementation keeps them stored internally. reject (2) refers to a route that, if matched, discards the message as unreachable. This is used in some protocols as a means of correctly aggregating routes.
SyntaxeEnumeration (1-other, 2-reject, 3-local, 4-remote)