Reference record for OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4.4



parent
1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4 (cggsnQosUmtsCac)
node code
4
node name
cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable
dot oid
1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4.4
type
OBJECT-TYPE
asn1 oid
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  • {iso(1) identified-organization(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprises(1) cisco(9) ciscoMgmt(9) cggsnQosMIB(241) cggsnQosMIBObjects(1) cggsnQosUmtsQos(3) cggsnQosUmtsCac(4) cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable(4)}
  • {iso(1) org(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprise(1) cisco(9) ciscoMgmt(9) cggsnQosMIB(241) cggsnQosMIBObjects(1) cggsnQosUmtsQos(3) cggsnQosUmtsCac(4) cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable(4)}
  • {iso(1) org(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprises(1) cisco(9) ciscoMgmt(9) cggsnQosMIB(241) cggsnQosMIBObjects(1) cggsnQosUmtsQos(3) cggsnQosUmtsCac(4) cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable(4)}
  • {iso(1) iso-identified-organization(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprise(1) cisco(9) ciscoMgmt(9) cggsnQosMIB(241) cggsnQosMIBObjects(1) cggsnQosUmtsQos(3) cggsnQosUmtsCac(4) cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable(4)}
  • {iso(1) iso-identified-organization(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprises(1) cisco(9) ciscoMgmt(9) cggsnQosMIB(241) cggsnQosMIBObjects(1) cggsnQosUmtsQos(3) cggsnQosUmtsCac(4) cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable(4)}
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  • iri by oid_info
    /ISO/Identified-Organization/6/1/4/1/9/9/241/1/3/4/4

    Description by mibdepot

    This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guaranteed Bit rate
    that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and
    downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is
    taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF.

    The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user
    configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with
    either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a
    corresponding conceptual row existing in
    cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.

    The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user
    deletes the MBR/GBR configuration or the corresponding
    conceptual row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.
    However, if some PDP context is active in the APN using this
    policy, then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted.

    The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row, when the user
    changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter.
    However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this
    policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than
    the previously configured.

    Parsed from file CISCO-GGSN-QOS-MIB.my.txt
    Company: None
    Module: CISCO-GGSN-QOS-MIB

    Description by cisco_v1

    This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guaranteed Bit rate
    that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and
    downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is
    taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF.

    The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user
    configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with
    either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a
    corresponding conceptual row existing in
    cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.

    The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user
    deletes the MBR/GBR configuration or the corresponding
    conceptual row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.
    However, if some PDP context is active in the APN using this
    policy, then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted.

    The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row, when the user
    changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter.
    However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this
    policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than
    the previously configured.

    Description by circitor

    This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guaranteed Bit rate
    that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and
    downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is
    taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF.

    The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user
    configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with
    either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a
    corresponding conceptual row existing in
    cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.

    The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user
    deletes the MBR/GBR configuration or the corresponding
    conceptual row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.
    However, if some PDP context is active in the APN using this
    policy, then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted.

    The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row, when the user
    changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter.
    However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this
    policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than
    the previously configured.

    Parsed from file CISCO-GGSN-QOS-MIB.mib
    Module: CISCO-GGSN-QOS-MIB

    Description by cisco

    This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guaranteed Bit rate
    that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and
    downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is
    taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF.

    The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user
    configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with
    either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a
    corresponding conceptual row existing in
    cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.

    The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user
    deletes the MBR/GBR configuration or the corresponding
    conceptual row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable.
    However, if some PDP context is active in the APN using this
    policy, then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted.

    The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row, when the user
    changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter.
    However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this
    policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than
    the previously configured.

    Information by mibdepot

    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF CggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guaranteed Bit rate that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF. The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a corresponding conceptual row existing in cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user deletes the MBR/GBR configuration or the corresponding conceptual row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. However, if some PDP context is active in the APN using this policy, then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted. The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row, when the user changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter. However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than the previously configured." ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 4 }

    Information by cisco_v1

    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF CggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry ACCESS not-accessible STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guaranteed Bit rate that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF. The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a corresponding conceptual row existing in cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user deletes the MBR/GBR configuration or the corresponding conceptual row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. However, if some PDP context is active in the APN using this policy, then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted. The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row, when the user changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter. However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than the previously configured." ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 4 }

    Information by circitor

    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF CggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guaranteed Bit rate that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF. The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a corresponding conceptual row existing in cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user deletes the MBR/GBR configuration or the corresponding conceptual row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. However, if some PDP context is active in the APN using this policy, then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted. The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row, when the user changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter. However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than the previously configured." ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 4 }

    Information by oid_info

    Vendor: Cisco
    Module: CISCO-GGSN-QOS-MIB

    [Automatically extracted from oidview.com]

    Information by cisco

    cggsnUmtsQosCacTcTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF CggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "This table defines Maximum Bit Rate and/or Guaranteed Bit rate that can be allowed for each traffic class in both uplink and downlink directions. For the IMS PDP context, this parameter is taken from authorized QoS obtained from PDF. The SNMP entity creates a conceptual row when the user configures the MBR/GBR for a particular traffic class with either uplink or downlink traffic type and there must be a corresponding conceptual row existing in cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. The SNMP entity deletes the conceptual row(s), when the user deletes the MBR/GBR configuration or the corresponding conceptual row is deleted from cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable. However, if some PDP context is active in the APN using this policy, then the conceptual row(s) cannot be deleted. The SNMP entity modifies the conceptual row, when the user changes the MBR/GBR value or the optional reject parameter. However, if any PDP context is active in the APN using this policy, then the MBR/GBR value can be changed to higher than the previously configured." ::= { cggsnQosUmtsCac 4 }

    First Registration Authority (recovered by parent 1.3.6.1.4.1.9)

    Greg Satz

    Current Registration Authority (recovered by parent 1.3.6.1.4.1.9)

    Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Children (1)

    OIDNameSub childrenSub Nodes TotalDescription
    1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4.4.1 cggsnUmtsQosCacTcEntry 7 7 Entry which has all the details of each traffic class
    with their MBR/GBR values for uplink/downlink traffic and
    also the condit...

    Brothers (5)

    OIDNameSub childrenSub Nodes TotalDescription
    1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4.1 cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafClass 1 1 This object is to map the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
    signaling traffic to one of UMTS traffic class.

    Only 'interactive' or '...
    1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4.2 cggsnUmtsQosMapImsSigTrafHandPri 1 1 This object is to set the priority of traffic handling
    for interactive class. This object can be set only if
    the traffic class ...
    1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4.3 cggsnUmtsQosCacPolicyTable 1 11 Call Admission Control (CAC) is to ensure that network
    resources are not oversubscribed to protect real-time traffic
    such as vo...
    1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4.5 cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolTable 1 4 This table defines allocation of virtual bandwidth pool for
    the traffic classes. Basically there are two types of bandwidth
    poo...
    1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.241.1.3.4.6 cggsnQosBWPoolTrafClassTable 1 7 This table is the sub table of cggsnUmtsQosCacBWPoolTable.
    This contains all the traffic class bandwidth allocation in
    percenta...