MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 4 (private). 1 (enterprises). 9 (cisco). 9 (ciscoMgmt). 691 (ciscoEthernetFabricExtenderMIB). 1 (ciscoEthernetFabricExtenderObjects). 1 (cefexConfig). 1 (cefexBindingTable). 1 (cefexBindingEntry). 2 (cefexBindingExtenderIndex)
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. private. enterprises. cisco. ciscoMgmt. ciscoEthernetFabricExtenderMIB. ciscoEthernetFabricExtenderObjects. cefexConfig. cefexBindingTable. cefexBindingEntry. cefexBindingExtenderIndex
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DescriptionThe value of cefexBindingExtenderIndex used as an Index into the cefexConfigTable to select the Fabric Extender configuration for this binding entry. However, a value in this table does not imply that an instance with this value exists in the cefexConfigTable. If an entry corresponding to the value of this object does not exist in cefexConfigTable, the system default behavior (using DEFVAL values for all the configuration objects as defined in cefexConfigTable) of the Fabric Extender is used for this binding entry. Since an extender may connect to a core switch via multiple interfaces or fabric ports, it is important all the binding entries configuring the same fabric extender are configured with the same extender Index. Every interface on different fabric extender connecting into the same core switch is differentiated by its extender id. To refer to a port on the extender, an example representation may be extender/slot/port. Extender id values 1-99 are reserved. For example, reserved values can be used to identify the core switch and its line cards in the extender/slot/port naming scheme. cefexBindingExtenderIndex identifies further attributes of a fabric extender via the cefexConfigTable. A user may choose to identify a fabric extender by specifying its value of cefexConfigExtendername and/or other attributes.
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