MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 4 (private). 1 (enterprises). 9 (cisco). 9 (ciscoMgmt). 63 (ciscoVoiceDialControlMIB). 1 (cvdcMIBObjects). 2 (cvPeer). 3 (cvVoIPPeerCfgTable). 1 (cvVoIPPeerCfgEntry). 4 (cvVoIPPeerCfgSessionTarget)
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. private. enterprises. cisco. ciscoMgmt. ciscoVoiceDialControlMIB. cvdcMIBObjects. cvPeer. cvVoIPPeerCfgTable. cvVoIPPeerCfgEntry. cvVoIPPeerCfgSessionTarget
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Description The object specifies the session target of the peer. Session Targets definitions: The session target has the syntax used by the IETF service location protocol. The syntax is as follows: mapping-type:type-specific-syntax the mapping-type specifies a scheme for mapping the matching dial string to a session target. The type-specific-syntax is exactly that, something that the particular mapping scheme can understand. For example, Session target Meaning ipv4: The session target is the IP version 4 address of and port 1006. dns:pots.cisco.com:1661 The session target is the IP host with dns name pots.cisco.com, and port 1661. ras The session target is the gatekeeper with RAS (Registration , Admission, Status protocol). settlement The session target is the settlement server. enum:1 The session target is the enum profile match table 1. The valid Mapping type definitions for the peer are as follows: ipv4 - Syntax: ipv4:w.x.y.z:port or ipv4:w.x.y.z dns - Syntax: dns:host.domain:port or dns:host.domain ras - Syntax: ras settlement - Syntax: settlement enum - Syntax: enum: loopback - Syntax: loopback:where 'where' string is defined as follows: rtp - loopback is performed at the transport protocol level. Local loopback case: rtp - the session application sets up an RTP stream to itself (i.e. actually allocates a port pair and opens the appropriate UDP sockets). It then does the full RTP encapsulation, sends the packets to the loopback IP address, receives the RTP packets, and hands the compressed voice back to the CODEC. This tests the entire local processing path, both transmit and receive, in the router, as well as all of the above paths. Remote loopback case: rtp: RTP packets received from the network are decapsulated and immediately re-encapsulated in the outbound RTP stream, using the same media clock (i.e. timestamp) as the received packet. They are then sent back to the remote source router as if the voice had originated on a telephony port on the local router.
SyntaxeDisplayString (SNMPv2-TC)