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MIB Reference

AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600 V200R007

This document provides the function overview, relationships between tables, description of single objects, description of MIB tables, and description of alarm objects.
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hwAuthenSchemeTable

hwAuthenSchemeTable

hwAuthenSchemeTable is an authentication scheme table. You can use this table to add, delete, query, and modify configurations of authentication schemes. The AR provides a default authentication scheme default, which can be modified but cannot be deleted.

The index of this table is hwAuthenSchemeName.

OID

Object

Syntax

Access

Description

Status

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.2.1.1.1.1

hwAuthenSchemeName

DisplayString

Read-only

This object indicates the name of an authentication scheme.

Current

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.2.1.1.1.2

hwAuthenMethod

Integer

Read-create

This object indicates the authentication method. The values and meanings are as follows:

  • 1 (local): local authentication (the default value)
  • 2 (no-auth): non-authentication
  • 3 (radius): RADIUS authentication
  • 4 (localRadius): local authentication, and then RADIUS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.
  • 5 (radiusLocal): RADIUS authentication, and then local authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 6 (radiusNoauth): RADIUS authentication, and then non-authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 7 (tacacs): HWTACACS authentication
  • 8 (tacacsLocal): HWTACACS authentication, and then local authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 9 (localTacacs): local authentication, and then HWTACACS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.
  • 10 (tacacsNoauth): HWTACACS authentication, and then non-authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 11 (localNoauth): local authentication, and then non-authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.
  • 12 (radiusTacacs): RADIUS authentication, and then HWTACACS authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 13 (tacacsRadius): HWTACACS authentication, and then RADIUS authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 14 (localRadiusNoauth): local authentication, and then RADIUS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist, and then non-authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 15 (localTacacsNoauth): local authentication, and then HWTACACS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist, and then non-authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 16 (radiusLocalNoauth): RADIUS authentication, and then local authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable, and then non-authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.
  • 17 (radiusTacacsNoauth): RADIUS authentication, and then HWTACACS authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable, and then non-authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 18 (tacacsLocalNoauth): HWTACACS authentication, and then local authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable, and then non-authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.
  • 19 (tacacsRadiusNoauth): HWTACACS authentication, and then RADIUS authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable, and then non-authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 20 (localRadiusTacacs): local authentication, and then RADIUS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist, and then HWTACACS authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 21 (radiusLocalTacacs): RADIUS authentication, and then local authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable, and then HWTACACS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.
  • 22 (localTacacsRadius): local authentication, and then HWTACACS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist, and then RADIUS authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 23 (radiusTacacsLocal): RADIUS authentication, and then HWTACACS authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable, and then local authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 24 (tacacsLocalRadius): HWTACACS authentication, and then local authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable, and then RADIUS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.
  • 25 (tacacsRadiusLocal): HWTACACS authentication, and then RADIUS authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable, and then local authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 26 (localRadiusTacacsNoauth): local authentication, and then RADIUS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist, and then HWTACACS authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable, and then non-authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 27 (localTacacsRadiusNoauth): local authentication, and then HWTACACS authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist, and then RADIUS authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable, and then no authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 28 (radiusLocalTacacsNoauth): RADIUS authentication, and then local authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable, and then HWTACACS authentication if the user name used for local authentication is unavailable, and then non-authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable.
  • 29 (radiusTacacsLocalNoauth): RADIUS authentication, and then HWTACACS authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable, and then local authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable, and then no authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.
  • 30 (tacacsLocalRadiusNoauth): HWTACACS authentication, and then local authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable, and then RADIUS authentication if the user name used for local authentication is unavailable, and then no authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable.
  • 31 (tacacsRadiusLocalNoauth): HWTACACS authentication, and then RADIUS authentication if HWTACACS authentication is unavailable, and then local authentication if RADIUS authentication is unavailable, and then no authentication if the user name used for local authentication does not exist.

Current

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.2.1.1.1.3

hwAuthenRowStatus

Integer

Read-create

This object indicates the status of an authentication scheme.

Current

Creation Restriction

None.

Modification Restriction

The hwAuthenRowStatus object can be created or deleted but cannot be modified.

Deletion Restriction

When an authentication scheme is being used by a domain, you cannot delete the authentication scheme.

To delete the authentication scheme, unbind it from the domain first.

Access Restriction

None.

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