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). 9 (midcomRuleInterface)
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. mgmt. mib-2. midcomMIB. midcomObjects. midcomTransaction. midcomRuleTable. midcomRuleEntry. midcomRuleInterface
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Module MIDCOM-MIB (ietf)
DescriptionThis object indicates the IP interface for which enforcement of a policy rule is requested or performed, respectively. The interface is identified by its index in the ifTable (see IF-MIB in RFC 2863). If the object has a value of 0, then no particular interface is indicated. 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 the value newEntry(1) or setting(2), then this object can be written by a manager in order to request its preference concerning the interface at which it requests NAT service. The default value of 0 indicates that the manager does not have a preferred interface or does not have sufficient topology information for specifying one. Writing to this object in any state other than newEntry(1) or setting(2) 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 the value reserved(7) or enabled(8), then this object indicates the interface at which NAT service for this rule is performed. If NAT service is not required for enforcing the policy rule, then the value of this object is 0. Also, if the MIDCOM-MIB implementation cannot indicate an interface, because it does not have this information or because NAT service is not offered at a particular single interface, then the value of the object is 0. Note that the index of a particular interface in the ifTable may change after a re-initialization of the middlebox, for example, after adding another interface to it. In such a case, the value of this object may change, but the interface referred to by the MIDCOM-MIB MUST still be the same. If, after a re-initialization of the middlebox, the interface referred to before re-initialization cannot be uniquely mapped anymore to a particular entry in the ifTable, then the value of object midcomRuleOperStatus of the same entry MUST be changed to terminated(11). 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.
SyntaxeInterfaceIndexOrZero (IF-MIB)