MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 4 (private). 1 (enterprises). 9 (cisco). 9 (ciscoMgmt). 456 (ciscoDot11WidsMIB). 1 (ciscoDot11WidsMIBObjects). 1 (ciscoDot11WidsAuthFailures). 7 (cDot11WidsEapolFloodTable)
OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.456.1.1.7
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. private. enterprises. cisco. ciscoMgmt. ciscoDot11WidsMIB. ciscoDot11WidsMIBObjects. ciscoDot11WidsAuthFailures. cDot11WidsEapolFloodTable
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OID1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.456.1.1.7
Module CISCO-DOT11-WIDS-MIB (CISCO)
NomcDot11WidsEapolFloodTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThis table gives the statistics on the EAPOL flood attacks observed at this radio interface. An entry in this table is created by the agent when this 802.11 station detects an EAPOL flood attack. All the columns in the entries except the cDot11WidsEapolFloodStopTime are populated when the attack is observed first. The object cDot11WidsEapolFloodStopTime is populated when no flood conditions are observed following the initial observation at the time indicated by cDot11WidsEapolFloodStartTime. This can be illustrated by the following example. Assume that the monitoring interval is configured to 1 minute through the cDot11WidsEapolFloodInterval object and the number of attempts is set to 5. At the end of the first minute after this configuration is made, client c1 is found to have made 4 attempts and another client c2 have made 3. Hence, in total, the attempt count exceeds 7 and the agent adds a new row to this table. The cDot11WidsFloodStopTime carries a value of 0 at this point in the newly added row. The MIB object cDot11WidsEapolFloodClientMac at this point holds the MAC address of c1 and cDot11WidsEapolFloodClientCount holds the value of 4. At the end of the second interval, assume that the clients are found to have made only 4 attempts in total with c1 and c2 making 3 and 1 attempt(s) respectively. Now the total count is not found to exceed the threshold. Hence the flood is observed to be stopped. The object cDot11WidsEapolFloodStopTime is now populated with this time at which the flood is observed to be stopped. The MIB object cDot11WidsEapolFloodClientMac at this point holds c1's MAC address and cDot11WidsEapolFloodClientCount would hold a value of 7. If the count is found to exceed in the next interval, it will be treated as a beginning of a new flood event and hence a new entry will be created for the same. Assume the case where, at the end of the second interval, the total count continues at the rate above the threshold, with c1 making 5 and c2 making 2 attempts respectively. Since the flood is not observed to be stopped, the object cDot11WidsFloodStopTime continues to hold a value of zero. The agent at anytime will retain only the most recent and maximum number of entries, as given by cDot11WidsFloodMaxEntriesPerIntf, for a particular value of ifIndex. The older entries are purged automatically when the number of entries for a particular ifIndex reaches its maximum. This table has a expansion dependent relationship with ifTable defined in IF-MIB. There exists a row in this table corresponding to the row for each interface of iftype ieee80211(71) found in ifTable. cDot11WidsEapolFloodIndex acts as the expansion index.