MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 6 (snmpV2). 3 (snmpModules). 16 (snmpVacmMIB). 1 (vacmMIBObjects). 1 (vacmContextTable)
OID : 1.3.6.1.6.3.16.1.1
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. snmpV2. snmpModules. snmpVacmMIB. vacmMIBObjects. vacmContextTable
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OID1.3.6.1.6.3.16.1.1
Module SNMP-VIEW-BASED-ACM-MIB (CISCO)
NomvacmContextTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThe table of locally available contexts. This table provides information to SNMP Command Generator applications so that they can properly configure the vacmAccessTable to control access to all contexts at the SNMP entity. This table may change dynamically if the SNMP entity allows that contexts are added/deleted dynamically (for instance when its configuration changes). Such changes would happen only if the management instrumentation at that SNMP entity recognizes more (or fewer) contexts. The presence of entries in this table and of entries in the vacmAccessTable are independent. That is, a context identified by an entry in this table is not necessarily referenced by any entries in the vacmAccessTable; and the context(s) referenced by an entry in the vacmAccessTable does not necessarily currently exist and thus need not be identified by an entry in this table. This table must be made accessible via the default context so that Command Responder applications have a standard way of retrieving the information. This table is read-only. It cannot be configured via SNMP.
Module SNMP-VIEW-BASED-ACM-MIB (DELL)
NomvacmContextTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThe table of locally available contexts. This table provides information to SNMP Command Generator applications so that they can properly configure the vacmAccessTable to control access to all contexts at the SNMP entity. This table may change dynamically if the SNMP entity allows that contexts are added/deleted dynamically (for instance when its configuration changes). Such changes would happen only if the management instrumentation at that SNMP entity recognizes more (or fewer) contexts. The presence of entries in this table and of entries in the vacmAccessTable are independent. That is, a context identified by an entry in this table is not necessarily referenced by any entries in the vacmAccessTable; and the context(s) referenced by an entry in the vacmAccessTable does not necessarily currently exist and thus need not be identified by an entry in this table. This table must be made accessible via the default context so that Command Responder applications have a standard way of retrieving the information. This table is read-only. It cannot be configured via SNMP.
Module SNMP-VIEW-BASED-ACM-MIB (ietf)
NomvacmContextTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThe table of locally available contexts. This table provides information to SNMP Command Generator applications so that they can properly configure the vacmAccessTable to control access to all contexts at the SNMP entity. This table may change dynamically if the SNMP entity allows that contexts are added/deleted dynamically (for instance when its configuration changes). Such changes would happen only if the management instrumentation at that SNMP entity recognizes more (or fewer) contexts. The presence of entries in this table and of entries in the vacmAccessTable are independent. That is, a context identified by an entry in this table is not necessarily referenced by any entries in the vacmAccessTable; and the context(s) referenced by an entry in the vacmAccessTable does not necessarily currently exist and thus need not be identified by an entry in this table. This table must be made accessible via the default context so that Command Responder applications have a standard way of retrieving the information. This table is read-only. It cannot be configured via SNMP.
Module SNMP-VIEW-BASED-ACM-MIB (Alcatel)
NomvacmContextTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThe table of locally available contexts. This table provides information to SNMP Command Generator applications so that they can properly configure the vacmAccessTable to control access to all contexts at the SNMP entity. This table may change dynamically if the SNMP entity allows that contexts are added/deleted dynamically (for instance when its configuration changes). Such changes would happen only if the management instrumentation at that SNMP entity recognizes more (or fewer) contexts. The presence of entries in this table and of entries in the vacmAccessTable are independent. That is, a context identified by an entry in this table is not necessarily referenced by any entries in the vacmAccessTable; and the context(s) referenced by an entry in the vacmAccessTable does not necessarily currently exist and thus need not be identified by an entry in this table. This table must be made accessible via the default context so that Command Responder applications have a standard way of retrieving the information. This table is read-only. It cannot be configured via SNMP.
Module SNMP-VIEW-BASED-ACM-MIB (FS)
NomvacmContextTable
Statuscurrent
DescriptionThe table of locally available contexts. This table provides information to SNMP Command Generator applications so that they can properly configure the vacmAccessTable to control access to all contexts at the SNMP entity. This table may change dynamically if the SNMP entity allows that contexts are added/deleted dynamically (for instance when its configuration changes). Such changes would happen only if the management instrumentation at that SNMP entity recognizes more (or fewer) contexts. The presence of entries in this table and of entries in the vacmAccessTable are independent. That is, a context identified by an entry in this table is not necessarily referenced by any entries in the vacmAccessTable; and the context(s) referenced by an entry in the vacmAccessTable does not necessarily currently exist and thus need not be identified by an entry in this table. This table must be made accessible via the default context so that Command Responder applications have a standard way of retrieving the information. This table is read-only. It cannot be configured via SNMP.