MIB Discovery
1926 modules enregistr├ęs
MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 2 (mgmt). 1 (mib-2). 16 (rmon). 23 (apm). 1 (apmMibObjects). 1 (apmAppDirTable)
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. mgmt. mib-2. rmon. apm. apmMibObjects. apmAppDirTable
Module APM-MIB (ietf)
DescriptionThe APM MIB directory of applications and application verbs. The agent will populate this table with all applications/verbs of any responsivenessType it has the capability to monitor. Since the agent populates this table with every entry it has the capability to monitor, the entries in this table are read-write, allowing the management station to modify parameters in this table but not to add new entries or delete entries (however, entries may be disabled). If new entries are added to the apmHttpFilterTable or the apmUserDefinedAppTable, the agent will add the corresponding entries to this table. It is an implementation-dependent matter as to how the agent sets these default parameters. For example, it may leave certain entries in this table 'off(0)' if the agent developer believes that combination will be infrequently used, allowing a manager that needs that capability to set it to 'on(1)'. Some applications are registered in the RMON2 protocol directory and some are registered in other tables in this MIB Module. Regardless of where an application is originally registered, it is assigned an AppLocalIndex value that is the primary index for this table. The contents of this table affect all reports and exceptions generated by this agent. Accordingly, modification of this table should be performed by a manager acting in the role of administrator. In particular, management software should not require or enforce particular configuration of this table - it should reflect the preferences of the site administrator, not the software author. As a practical matter, this requires management software to allow the administrator to configure the values it will use so that it can be adapted to the site policy.