MIB Discovery
1930 modules enregistr├ęs
MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 2 (mgmt). 1 (mib-2). 171 (midcomMIB). 1 (midcomObjects). 1 (midcomTransaction). 3 (midcomRuleTable). 1 (midcomRuleEntry). 26 (midcomRuleLifetime)
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. mgmt. mib-2. midcomMIB. midcomObjects. midcomTransaction. midcomRuleTable. midcomRuleEntry. midcomRuleLifetime
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Module MIDCOM-MIB (ietf)
Description The remaining lifetime in seconds of this policy rule. Lifetime of a policy rule starts when object midcomRuleOperStatus in the same entry enters either state reserved(7) or state enabled(8). This object is used as input to a request for establishing a policy rule as well as for indicating the properties of an established policy rule. If object midcomRuleOperStatus of the same entry has a value of either newEntry(1) or setting(2), then this object can be written by a manager in order to specify the requested lifetime of a policy rule to be established. If object midcomRuleOperStatus of the same entry has a value of either reserved(7) or enabled(8), then this object indicates the (continuously decreasing) remaining lifetime of the established policy rule. Note that when entering state reserved(7) or enabled(8), the MIDCOM-MIB implementation can choose a lifetime shorter than the one requested. Unlike other parameters of the policy rule, this parameter can still be written in state reserved(7) and enabled(8). Writing to this object is processed by the MIDCOM-MIB implementation by choosing a lifetime value that is greater than 0 and less than or equal to the minimum of the requested value and the value specified by object midcomConfigMaxLifetime: 0 <= lt_granted <= MINIMUM(lt_requested, lt_maximum) where: - lt_granted is the actually granted lifetime by the MIDCOM-MIB implementation - lt_requested is the requested lifetime of the MIDCOM client - lt_maximum is the value of object midcomConfigMaxLifetime SNMP SET requests to this object may be rejected or the value of the object after an accepted SET operation may be less than the value that was contained in the SNMP SET request. Successfully writing a value of 0 terminates the policy rule. Note that after a policy rule is terminated, still the entry will exist as long as indicated by the value of midcomRuleStorageTime. Writing to this object in any state other than newEntry(1), setting(2), reserved(7), or enabled(7) will always fail with an 'inconsistentValue' error. Note that this error code is SNMP specific. If the MIB module is used with other protocols than SNMP, errors with similar semantics specific to those protocols should be returned. If object midcomRuleOperStatus of the same entry has a value other than newEntry(1), setting(2), reserved(7), or enabled(8), then the value of this object is irrelevant.