MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 4 (private). 1 (enterprises). 6527 (timetra). 3 (timetraProducts). 1 (tmnxSRMIB). 2 (tmnxSRObjs). 3 (tmnxVRtrObjs). 24 (vRtrInetStaticRouteTable). 1 (vRtrInetStaticRouteEntry). 16 (vRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut)
OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6527.3.1.2.3.24.1.16
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. private. enterprises. timetra. timetraProducts. tmnxSRMIB. tmnxSRObjs. tmnxVRtrObjs. vRtrInetStaticRouteTable. vRtrInetStaticRouteEntry. vRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut
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OID1.3.6.1.4.1.6527.3.1.2.3.24.1.16
Module ALCATEL-IND1-TIMETRA-VRTR-MIB (Alcatel)
NomvRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut
Accesreadwrite
Statuscurrent
Description The value of vRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut specifies the Layer 2 tunneling mechanism used for IGP shortcuts. The value of vRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut is valid only for indirect static routes (i.e. vRtrInetStaticRouteStaticType is 'indirect'). The bits of vRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut identify Layer 2 tunneling mechanisms used for IGP shortcuts. If a bit is set, IGP shortcuts associated with that tunneling mechanism will be used to resolve next-hop for the static-route. If no bits are set, IGP shortcuts will not be used to resolve next-hop for the static routes. The tunneling mechanisms represented by each bit are: te(0) - RSVP Traffic Engineering ldp(1) - LDP /32 Route Forwarding Equivalence Class (FEC) ip(2) - IP (IP-in-IP or GRE) Evaluation of tunnel preference is based on the following order, in descending priority: 1. Traffic Engineered Shortcut (RSVP-TE) 2. LDP /32 Route FEC Shortcut 3. IP Shortcut (IP-in-IP or GRE) 4. Actual IGP Next-Hop.
SyntaxeBits (0-te, 1-ldp, 2-ip)
Module TIMETRA-VRTR-MIB (Alcatel)
NomvRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut
Accesreadwrite
Statuscurrent
Description The value of vRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut specifies the Layer 2 tunneling mechanism used for IGP shortcuts. The value of vRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut is valid only for indirect static routes (i.e. vRtrInetStaticRouteStaticType is 'indirect'). The bits of vRtrInetStaticRouteIgpShortcut identify Layer 2 tunneling mechanisms used for IGP shortcuts. If a bit is set, IGP shortcuts associated with that tunneling mechanism will be used to resolve next-hop for the static-route. If no bits are set, IGP shortcuts will not be used to resolve next-hop for the static routes. The tunneling mechanisms represented by each bit are: te(0) - RSVP Traffic Engineering ldp(1) - LDP /32 Route Forwarding Equivalence Class (FEC) ip(2) - IP (IP-in-IP or GRE) Evaluation of tunnel preference is based on the following order, in descending priority: 1. Traffic Engineered Shortcut (RSVP-TE) 2. LDP /32 Route FEC Shortcut 3. IP Shortcut (IP-in-IP or GRE) 4. Actual IGP Next-Hop.
SyntaxeBits (0-te, 1-ldp, 2-ip)