MIB Discovery
1926 modules enregistr├ęs
MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 4 (private). 1 (enterprises). 9 (cisco). 9 (ciscoMgmt). 318 (ciscoXgcpMIB). 1 (cXgcpObjects). 1 (cXgcpMgcCfg). 1 (cXgcpMgcConfigTable). 1 (cXgcpMgcConfigEntry). 1 (cXgcpMgcConfigMgcGrpNum)
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. private. enterprises. cisco. ciscoMgmt. ciscoXgcpMIB. cXgcpObjects. cXgcpMgcCfg. cXgcpMgcConfigTable. cXgcpMgcConfigEntry. cXgcpMgcConfigMgcGrpNum
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DescriptionThis object specifies which MGC Redundant Group will be used in XGCP. The value of this object refers to the object cMgcGrpIndex from MGC Redundant Group Table, cMgcGrpParamTable. There are two conditions to associate a MGC group: 1. At least one MGC is associated with the MGC group 2. At least one protocol is associated with the MGC group If the value of the object is non-zero, it means the media gateway has a MGC Redundant Group. In the call setup, the parameters of call agents within the MGC Redundant Group will be sequentially tried according to its preference. This object cXgcpMgcConfigMgcGrpNum and object cXgcpMgcConfigAddress are mutually exclusive. The object cXgcpMgcConfigAddress can be set only when the object cXgcpMgcConfigMgcGrpNum is equal to 0. If the value of the object is 0, which means there is no MGC Redundant Group associated with the media gateway. It has only one call agent (in media gateway level) to communicate with. This call agent is indicated by cXgcpMgcConfigAddress and will be used in call setup (if call set-up on media gateway level).
SyntaxeCMgcGroupIndexOrZero (CISCO-MGC-MIB)