MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 0. 8802. 1. 1. 2 (lldpMIB). 1 (lldpObjects). 4 (lldpRemoteSystemsData). 3 (lldpRemUnknownTLVTable)
OID : 1.0.8802.1.1.2.1.4.3
TXT : iso. 0. 8802. 1. 1. lldpMIB. lldpObjects. lldpRemoteSystemsData. lldpRemUnknownTLVTable
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OID1.0.8802.1.1.2.1.4.3
Module LLDP-MIB (CISCO)
NomlldpRemUnknownTLVTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis table contains information about an incoming TLV which is not recognized by the receiving LLDP agent. The TLV may be from a later version of the basic management set. This table should only contain TLVs that are found in a single LLDP frame. Entries in this table, associated with an MAC service access point (MSAP, the access point for MAC services provided to the LCC sublayer, defined in IEEE 100, which is also identified with a particular lldpRemLocalPortNum, lldpRemIndex pair) are overwritten with most recently received unrecognized TLV from the same MSAP, or they will naturally age out when the rxInfoTTL timer (associated with the MSAP) expires.
Module LLDP-MIB (DELL)
NomlldpRemUnknownTLVTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis table contains information about an incoming TLV which is not recognized by the receiving LLDP agent. The TLV may be from a later version of the basic management set. This table should only contain TLVs that are found in a single LLDP frame. Entries in this table, associated with an MAC service access point (MSAP, the access point for MAC services provided to the LCC sublayer, defined in IEEE 100, which is also identified with a particular lldpRemLocalPortNum, lldpRemIndex pair) are overwritten with most recently received unrecognized TLV from the same MSAP, or they will naturally age out when the rxInfoTTL timer (associated with the MSAP) expires.
Module LLDP-MIB (Alcatel)
NomlldpRemUnknownTLVTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis table contains information about an incoming TLV which is not recognized by the receiving LLDP agent. The TLV may be from a later version of the basic management set. This table should only contain TLVs that are found in a single LLDP frame. Entries in this table, associated with an MAC service access point (MSAP, the access point for MAC services provided to the LCC sublayer, defined in IEEE 100, which is also identified with a particular lldpRemLocalPortNum, lldpRemIndex pair) are overwritten with most recently received unrecognized TLV from the same MSAP, or they will naturally age out when the rxInfoTTL timer (associated with the MSAP) expires.
Module LLDP-MIB (Force10-9.14.2.1)
NomlldpRemUnknownTLVTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis table contains information about an incoming TLV which is not recognized by the receiving LLDP agent. The TLV may be from a later version of the basic management set. This table should only contain TLVs that are found in a single LLDP frame. Entries in this table, associated with an MAC service access point (MSAP, the access point for MAC services provided to the LCC sublayer, defined in IEEE 100, which is also identified with a particular lldpRemLocalPortNum, lldpRemIndex pair) are overwritten with most recently received unrecognized TLV from the same MSAP, or they will naturally age out when the rxInfoTTL timer (associated with the MSAP) expires.
Module LLDP-MIB (FS)
NomlldpRemUnknownTLVTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis table contains information about an incoming TLV which is not recognized by the receiving LLDP agent. The TLV may be from a later version of the basic management set. This table should only contain TLVs that are found in a single LLDP frame. Entries in this table, associated with an MAC service access point (MSAP, the access point for MAC services provided to the LCC sublayer, defined in IEEE 100, which is also identified with a particular lldpRemLocalPortNum, lldpRemIndex pair) are overwritten with most recently received unrecognized TLV from the same MSAP, or they will naturally age out when the rxInfoTTL timer (associated with the MSAP) expires.
Module LLDP-MIB (Nexans)
NomlldpRemUnknownTLVTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis table contains information about an incoming TLV which is not recognized by the receiving LLDP agent. The TLV may be from a later version of the basic management set. This table should only contain TLVs that are found in a single LLDP frame. Entries in this table, associated with an MAC service access point (MSAP, the access point for MAC services provided to the LCC sublayer, defined in IEEE 100, which is also identified with a particular lldpRemLocalPortNum, lldpRemIndex pair) are overwritten with most recently received unrecognized TLV from the same MSAP, or they will naturally age out when the rxInfoTTL timer (associated with the MSAP) expires.