MIB Discovery
1926 modules enregistr├ęs
MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 4 (private). 1 (enterprises). 674 (dell). 10895 (dellLan). 5000 (dellLanStandard). 1 (dellLanCommon). 2 (dellLanSystemMng). 2 (dellLanFileSysGroup). 3 (dellLanFileTable). 1 (dellLanFileEntry)
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. private. enterprises. dell. dellLan. dellLanStandard. dellLanCommon. dellLanSystemMng. dellLanFileSysGroup. dellLanFileTable. dellLanFileEntry
DescriptionEach entry is a single file in the file system. Each file has particular access permission. This table provides the mean to view a files in the file system. A file cannot be created or deleted using this table. To create or remove a file please see the dellLanFileActionTable. Note that a file can only be created by coping an existing file on the file system such as the 'startup-config' file or by copying a file from a remote tftp server to the flash file system. The file permission are defined as follows: - no-access = these files are internal system files and are not accessible. The files cannot be deleted, copied, nor overwritten. - read-only = these files may be copied (read) but not overwritten nor deleted (e.g. system logs or alarm logs). - read-write = these files may be copied (read), overwritten and deleted (write) (e.g. startup-config, backup config or images). - write-only = these files may be overwritten and deleted (write), but not copied (read). The file permission are automatically set by the system based on the following rules and are not modifiable by the users: - internal system files are protected with 'no-access' permission. - configuration files (including startup-config) are 'read-write' permission. - running-config is a special memory only configuration file and is not shown in the flash file system. - software images are 'read-write' permission. - there are currently no defined 'write-only' file type. A user description or note may also be attached to each file to provide additional information.