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cisco-dlsw-ext MIB

Can anyone identify for me what the values of 1 and 8 correspond to in the cdeTrapCircuitUpDown trap? I know one should be "connected" and one should be "disconnected", but don't know which is which.

TIA for any help.

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Re: cisco-dlsw-ext MIB

According to trap definition, the varbind in the trap is dlswCircuitState

cdeTrapCircuitUpDown NOTIFICATION-TYPE

OBJECTS { dlswCircuitState }

STATUS current

DESCRIPTION

"This trap is sent each time a circuit changes

state to `connected' or `disconnected'.

the emission of this trap is controlled by

cdeTrapCntlCircuit."

::= { cdeTraps 2 }

dlswCircuitState is defined in DLSW-MIB, and here is what the value stands for.

dlswCircuitState OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER {

disconnected (1),

circuitStart (2),

resolvePending (3),

circuitPending (4),

circuitEstablished (5),

connectPending (6),

contactPending (7),

connected (8),

disconnectPending (9),

haltPending (10),

haltPendingNoack (11),

circuitRestart (12),

restartPending (13)

}

MAX-ACCESS read-write

STATUS current

DESCRIPTION

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Re: cisco-dlsw-ext MIB

According to trap definition, the varbind in the trap is dlswCircuitState

cdeTrapCircuitUpDown NOTIFICATION-TYPE

OBJECTS { dlswCircuitState }

STATUS current

DESCRIPTION

"This trap is sent each time a circuit changes

state to `connected' or `disconnected'.

the emission of this trap is controlled by

cdeTrapCntlCircuit."

::= { cdeTraps 2 }

dlswCircuitState is defined in DLSW-MIB, and here is what the value stands for.

dlswCircuitState OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER {

disconnected (1),

circuitStart (2),

resolvePending (3),

circuitPending (4),

circuitEstablished (5),

connectPending (6),

contactPending (7),

connected (8),

disconnectPending (9),

haltPending (10),

haltPendingNoack (11),

circuitRestart (12),

restartPending (13)

}

MAX-ACCESS read-write

STATUS current

DESCRIPTION

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