MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 2 (mgmt). 1 (mib-2). 37 (atmMIB). 1 (atmMIBObjects). 11 (atmVcCrossConnectTable). 1 (atmVcCrossConnectEntry)
OID : 1.3.6.1.2.1.37.1.11.1
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. mgmt. mib-2. atmMIB. atmMIBObjects. atmVcCrossConnectTable. atmVcCrossConnectEntry
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OID1.3.6.1.2.1.37.1.11.1
Module ATM-MIB (CISCO)
NomatmVcCrossConnectEntry
Statuscurrent
Description An entry in the ATM VC Cross Connect table. This entry is used to model a bi-directional ATM VC cross-connect cross-connecting two end points. Step-wise Procedures to set up a VC Cross-connect Once the entries in the atmVclTable are created, the following procedures are used to cross-connect the VCLs together to form a VCC segment. (1) The manager obtains a unique atmVcCrossConnectIndex by reading the atmVcCrossConnectIndexNext object. (2) Next, the manager creates a set of one or more rows in the ATM VC Cross Connect Table, one for each cross-connection between two VCLs. Each row is indexed by the ATM interface port numbers and VPI/VCI values of the two ends of that cross-connection. This set of rows specifies the topology of the VCC cross-connect and is identified by a single value of atmVcCrossConnectIndex. Negotiated VC Cross-Connect Establishment (2a) The manager creates a row in this table by setting atmVcCrossConnectRowStatus to createAndWait(5). The agent checks the requested topology and the mutual sanity of the ATM traffic parameters and service categories, i.e., the row creation fails if: - the requested topology is incompatible with associated values of atmVclCastType, - the requested topology is not supported by the agent, - the traffic/service category parameter values associated with the requested row are incompatible with those of already existing rows for this VC cross-connect. [For example, for setting up a point-to-point VC cross-connect, the ATM traffic parameters in the receive direction of a VCL at the low end of the cross-connect must equal to the traffic parameters in the transmit direction of the other VCL at the high end of the cross-connect, otherwise, the row creation fails.] The agent also checks for internal errors in building the cross-connect. The atmVcCrossConnectIndex values in the corresponding atmVclTable rows are filled in by the agent at this point. (2b) The manager promotes the row in the atmVcCrossConnectTable by setting atmVcCrossConnectRowStatus to active(1). If this set is successful, the agent has reserved the resources specified by the ATM traffic parameter and Service category values for each direction of the VC cross-connect in an ATM switch or network. (3) The manager sets the atmVcCrossConnectAdminStatus to up(1) in all rows of this VC cross-connect to turn the traffic flow on. One-Shot VC Cross-Connect Establishment A VC cross-connect may also be established in one step by a set-request with all necessary parameter values and atmVcCrossConnectRowStatus set to createAndGo(4). In contrast to the negotiated VC cross-connect establishment which allows for detailed error checking i.e., set errors are explicitly linked to particular resource acquisition failures), the one-shot VC cross-connect establishment performs the setup on one operation but does not have the advantage of step-wise error checking. VC Cross-Connect Retirement A VC cross-connect identified by a particular value of atmVcCrossConnectIndex is released by: (1) Setting atmVcCrossConnectRowStatus of all rows identified by this value of atmVcCrossConnectIndex to destroy(6). The agent may release all associated resources, and the atmVcCrossConnectIndex values in the corresponding atmVclTable row are removed. Note that a situation when only a subset of the associated rows are deleted corresponds to a VC topology change. (2) After deletion of the appropriate atmVcCrossConnectEntries, the manager may set atmVclRowStatus to destroy(6) the associated VCLs. The agent releases the resources and removes the associated rows in the atmVclTable. VC Cross-Connect Reconfiguration At the discretion of the agent, a VC cross-connect may be reconfigured by adding and/or deleting leafs to/from the VC topology as per the VC cross-connect establishment/retirement procedures. Reconfiguration of traffic/service category parameter values requires release of the VC cross-connect before those parameter values may by changed for individual VCLs.
Module ATM-MIB (ietf)
NomatmVcCrossConnectEntry
Statuscurrent
Description An entry in the ATM VC Cross Connect table. This entry is used to model a bi-directional ATM VC cross-connect cross-connecting two end points. Step-wise Procedures to set up a VC Cross-connect Once the entries in the atmVclTable are created, the following procedures are used to cross-connect the VCLs together to form a VCC segment. (1) The manager obtains a unique atmVcCrossConnectIndex by reading the atmVcCrossConnectIndexNext object. (2) Next, the manager creates a set of one or more rows in the ATM VC Cross Connect Table, one for each cross-connection between two VCLs. Each row is indexed by the ATM interface port numbers and VPI/VCI values of the two ends of that cross-connection. This set of rows specifies the topology of the VCC cross-connect and is identified by a single value of atmVcCrossConnectIndex. Negotiated VC Cross-Connect Establishment (2a) The manager creates a row in this table by setting atmVcCrossConnectRowStatus to createAndWait(5). The agent checks the requested topology and the mutual sanity of the ATM traffic parameters and service categories, i.e., the row creation fails if: - the requested topology is incompatible with associated values of atmVclCastType, - the requested topology is not supported by the agent, - the traffic/service category parameter values associated with the requested row are incompatible with those of already existing rows for this VC cross-connect. [For example, for setting up a point-to-point VC cross-connect, the ATM traffic parameters in the receive direction of a VCL at the low end of the cross-connect must equal to the traffic parameters in the transmit direction of the other VCL at the high end of the cross-connect, otherwise, the row creation fails.] The agent also checks for internal errors in building the cross-connect. The atmVcCrossConnectIndex values in the corresponding atmVclTable rows are filled in by the agent at this point. (2b) The manager promotes the row in the atmVcCrossConnectTable by setting atmVcCrossConnectRowStatus to active(1). If this set is successful, the agent has reserved the resources specified by the ATM traffic parameter and Service category values for each direction of the VC cross-connect in an ATM switch or network. (3) The manager sets the atmVcCrossConnectAdminStatus to up(1) in all rows of this VC cross-connect to turn the traffic flow on. One-Shot VC Cross-Connect Establishment A VC cross-connect may also be established in one step by a set-request with all necessary parameter values and atmVcCrossConnectRowStatus set to createAndGo(4). In contrast to the negotiated VC cross-connect establishment which allows for detailed error checking i.e., set errors are explicitly linked to particular resource acquisition failures), the one-shot VC cross-connect establishment performs the setup on one operation but does not have the advantage of step-wise error checking. VC Cross-Connect Retirement A VC cross-connect identified by a particular value of atmVcCrossConnectIndex is released by: (1) Setting atmVcCrossConnectRowStatus of all rows identified by this value of atmVcCrossConnectIndex to destroy(6). The agent may release all associated resources, and the atmVcCrossConnectIndex values in the corresponding atmVclTable row are removed. Note that a situation when only a subset of the associated rows are deleted corresponds to a VC topology change. (2) After deletion of the appropriate atmVcCrossConnectEntries, the manager may set atmVclRowStatus to destroy(6) the associated VCLs. The agent releases the resources and removes the associated rows in the atmVclTable. VC Cross-Connect Reconfiguration At the discretion of the agent, a VC cross-connect may be reconfigured by adding and/or deleting leafs to/from the VC topology as per the VC cross-connect establishment/retirement procedures. Reconfiguration of traffic/service category parameter values requires release of the VC cross-connect before those parameter values may by changed for individual VCLs.