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S12700 V200R013C00 MIB Reference

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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HUAWEI-OSPFV2-MIB

HUAWEI-OSPFV2-MIB

Functions Overview

HUAWEI-OSPFv2-MIB is a private OSPF MIB defined by Huawei. It is used to set, modify, and query the configurations of the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol on network devices. Through this MIB, you can configure, modify, and query the OSPF process and areas.

Root directory:

iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).huawei(2011).huaweiMgmt(5).hwDatacomm(25).hwOspfv2(155)

Relationships Between Tables

Figure 92-1  Relationships between OSPF policy tables

hwOspfv2AreaTable uses hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex and the index of hwOspfv2ProcessTable as indexes. hwOspfv2NetworkTable uses hwOspfv2NetworkIpAddr, hwOspfv2NetworkIpMask, and the indexes of hwOspfv2AreaTable as indexes.

Description of Single Objects

hwOspfv2MibBinding

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.1.1

hwOspfv2MibBinding

Integer32 min: 0 max: 65535

Read-write

The value of this object is a 32-bit integer. It is used to bind the OSPF process to the public OSPF MIB.By default, it is 0, indicating that no OSPF process is bound to the public OSPF MIB.This object belongs to hwOspfv2MIBObjects.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2MIBObjectsChange

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.2.1

hwOspfv2MIBObjectsChange

TimeTicks

Read-only

This object records the timestamp of the last configuration modification of hwOspfv2MibBinding.This object belongs to hwOspfv2ChangeTable.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2ProcessChange

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.2.2

hwOspfv2ProcessChange

TimeTicks

Read-only

This object records the timestamp of the last configuration modification of hwOspfv2ProcessTable.

This object belongs to hwOspfv2ChangeTable.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2AreaChange

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.2.3

hwOspfv2AreaChange

TimeTicks

Read-only

This object records the timestamp of the last configuration modification of hwOspfv2AreaTable.

This object belongs to hwOspfv2ChangeTable.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2NetworkChange

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.2.4

hwOspfv2NetworkChange

TimeTicks

Read-only

This object records the timestamp of the last configuration modification of hwOspfv2NetworkTable.

This object belongs to hwOspfv2ChangeTable.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2NbrChgReason

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.30.1

hwOspfv2NbrChgReason

INTEGER{adjacencyHoldTimerExpired(1),physicalInterfaceChange(2),ospfProtocolReason(3),bfdSessionStateChange(4),configureChange(5),peerRouterReason(6),waitingForEstablishingNeighbor(7),alarmCleared(100)}

accessible-for-notify

This object records the reason of the OSPF neighbor state change.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2IfChgReason

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.30.2

hwOspfv2IfChgReason

INTEGER{configureChange(1),physicalInterfaceChange(2),alarmCleared(100)}

accessible-for-notify

This object records the reason of the OSPF interface state change.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2AreaId

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.30.3

hwOspfv2AreaId

IpAddress

read-only

A 32-bit integer uniquely identifies an area.

Area ID 0.0.0.0 is used for the OSPF backbone.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2NewRouterId

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.30.4

hwOspfv2NewRouterId

IpAddress

read-only

This object indicates the 32-bit integer that uniquely identifies the router in the Autonomous System.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2PeerFlappingSuppressStatus

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.30.5

hwOspfv2PeerFlappingSuppressStatus

INTEGER{none(1),holddown(2),holdmaxcost(3)}

accessible-for-notify

The value of this object identifies the status of OSPF neighbor relationship flapping suppression.

  • none(1): OSPF neighbor relationship flapping suppression is not started yet.
  • holddown(2): OSPF neighbor relationship flapping suppression works in Hold-down mode.
  • holdmaxcost(3): OSPF neighbor relationship flapping suppression works in Hold-max-cost mode.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB file.

hwOspfv2PeerFlappingSuppressReason

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.30.6

hwOspfv2PeerFlappingSuppressReason

INTEGER{resumeTimerExpired(1),configureChange(2),resetSuppressFlapping(3),neighbourFlapping(4),holddownToHoldmaxcost(5)}

accessible-for-notify

The value of this object identifies the cause of the change in the status of OSPF neighbor relationship flapping suppression. The causes are as follows:

  • resumeTimerExpired(1): The interval between two successive neighbor status changes from Full to a non-Full state was longer than the resume interval.
  • configureChange(2): A configuration was changed. For example, the OSPF process was reset.
  • resetSuppressFlapping(3): An interface was forced to exit from OSPF neighbor relationship flapping suppression using the reset ospf suppress-flapping peer command.
  • neighbourFlapping(4): The OSPF neighbor relationship flapped frequently.
  • holddownToHoldmaxcost(5): OSPF neighbor relationship flapping suppression exited from Hold-down mode and began to work in Hold-max-cost mode.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB file.

Description of MIB Tables

hwOspfv2ProcessTable

This table configures OSPF processes and sets common parameters for these OSPF processes.

The index of this table is hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex.

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.1

hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex

Integer32(1 to 65535)

Not-accessible

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the ID of an OSPF process. Each OSPF process belongs to a unique VPN. If VpnNameIndex is not specified during the creation of an OSPF process, this process is considered to belong to the public network.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.2

hwOspfv2VpnName

OCTETSTRING SIZE (0 to 31)

Read-create

This object is a string of characters, indicating the name of a VPN instance. This entry can be configured only when an OSPF process is created. The value of this entry cannot be modified after the OSPF process is created.By default, the length of the VPN name is 0, indicating that an OSPF process is bound to the public network.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.3

hwOspfv2ConfigRouterId

IpAddress

Read-create

This object indicates the router ID in dotted decimal notation. A router ID is reselected only after the router ID of the system or OSPF is reconfigured and the OSPF process is restarted. The default value is 0.0.0.0, indicating that no router ID is configured in the OSPF process. If no router ID is specified, the system automatically selects an IP address of the current interface as the router ID.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.4

hwOspfv2ActualRouterId

IpAddress

Read-only

This object indicates the router ID that an OSPF process currently uses. It is in dotted decimal donation. The default value is 0.0.0.0, indicating that the OSPF process has no router ID.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.5

hwOspfv2BandwidthReference

Unsigned32

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the reference value used to calculate the link cost. If the link cost is not set manually, OSPF calculates the cost according to the link bandwidth (Cost = Reference Value/Bandwidth). The default value is 100 Mbit/s.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.6

hwOspfv2Description

OCTET STRING (SIZE (0 to 80))

Read-create

This object is a string of characters, indicating the description of an OSPF process. The default value is 0, indicating that no description is configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.7

hwOspfv2LsaArriveIntvl

Integer32(-1 to 10000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the interval for receiving LSAs. OSPF sets the interval for receiving LSAs to 1 second. This avoids excessive consumption of device resources by network connections or frequent route flapping. In a stable network where routes need to be fast converged, you can cancel the interval for receiving LSAs by setting the interval to 0 seconds. In this case, the change of the topology or route can be sensed immediately. Route convergence is thus sped up. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is -1, indicating that by default, an intelligent timer rather than the fixed interval is used.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.8

hwOspfv2LsaArriveMaxIntvl

Integer32(-1 | 1..120000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the maximum interval for receiving LSAs through an intelligent timer.hwOspfv2LsaArriveMaxIntvl, hwOspfv2LsaArriveStartIntvl, and hwOspfv2LsaArriveHoldIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2LsaArriveMaxIntvl and hwOspfv2LsaArriveIntvl are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 1000.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.9

hwOspfv2LsaArriveStartIntvl

Integer32(-1 to 60000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the initial interval for receiving LSAs through an intelligent timer. hwOspfv2LsaArriveStartIntvl, hwOspfv2LsaArriveMaxIntvl, and hwOspfv2LsaArriveHoldIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2LsaArriveStartIntvl and hwOspfv2LsaArriveIntvl are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 500.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.10

hwOspfv2LsaArriveHoldIntvl

Integer32(-1 | 1..60000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the hold interval for receiving LSAs through an intelligent timer. After an intelligent timer is enabled, the interval for receiving LSAs is as follows:
  • The interval for receiving LSAs for the first time is start-interval.
  • The interval for receiving LSAs for the nth (n≥2) time is equal to hold-interval x 2(n-2).
  • When the interval specified by hold-interval x 2(n-2) reaches the maximum interval specified by max-interval, OSPF receives LSAs at the maximum interval for three consecutive times. Then, OSPF receives LSAs at the initial interval specified by start-interval, and the whole process is repeated.
hwOspfv2LsaArriveHoldIntvl, hwOspfv2LsaArriveMaxIntvl, and hwOspfv2LsaArriveStartIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2LsaArriveHoldIntvl and hwOspfv2LsaArriveIntvl are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 500.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.11

hwOspfv2LsaOrigIntvl

Integer32(-1 | 0)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the interval for updating LSAs. As defined in OSPF, the interval for updating LSAs is 5 seconds. This avoids excessive consumption of network bandwidth and device resources by network connections or frequent route flapping. In a stable network where routes need to be fast converged, you can cancel the interval for updating LSAs by setting the interval to 0 seconds. In this case, the change of the topology or the route can be immediately advertised to the network through the LSA. Route convergence in the network is thus sped up. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is -1, indicating that by default, an intelligent timer rather than the fixed interval is used.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.12

hwOspfv2LsaOrigMaxIntvl

Integer32(-1 | 1..120000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the maximum interval for updating LSAs through an intelligent timer. hwOspfv2LsaOrigMaxIntvl, hwOspfv2LsaOrigStartIntvl, and hwOspfv2LsaOrigHoldIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2LsaOrigMaxIntvl and hwOspfv2LsaOrigIntvl are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 5000.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.13

hwOspfv2LsaOrigStartIntvl

Integer32(-1 to 60000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the initial interval for updating LSAs through an intelligent timer. hwOspfv2LsaOrigStartIntvl, hwOspfv2LsaOrigMaxIntvl, and hwOspfv2LsaOrigHoldIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2LsaOrigStartIntvl and hwOspfv2LsaOrigIntvl are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 500.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.14

hwOspfv2LsaOrigHoldIntvl

Integer32(-1 | 1..60000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the hold interval for updating LSAs through an intelligent timer. After an intelligent timer is enabled, the interval for updating LSAs is as follows:
  • The interval for updating LSAs for the first time is start-interval .
  • The interval for updating LSAs for the nth (n≥2) time is equal to hold-interval x 2 x (n-2).
  • When the interval specified by hold-interval x 2 x (n-2) reaches the maximum interval specified by max-interval, OSPF updates LSAs at the maximum interval for three consecutive times. Then, OSPF updates LSAs at the initial interval specified by start-interval , and the whole process is repeated.
hwOspfv2LsaOrigHoldIntvl, hwOspfv2LsaOrigMaxIntvl, and hwOspfv2LsaOrigStartIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2LsaOrigHoldIntvl and hwOspfv2LsaOrigIntvl are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 1000.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.15

hwOspfv2LsaOrigIntvlOtherType

Integer32 (-1 to 10)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the interval for updating LSAs, excluding OSPF router LSAs and network LSAs. That is, the value of this object identifies the interval for updating network summary LSAs, ASBR summary LSAs, AS external LSA, and NSSA LSAs.hwOspfv2LsaOrigIntvlOtherType and hwOspfv2LsaOrigIntvl are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The time is expressed in seconds. The default value is 5.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.16

hwOspfv2LsdbOverflowLimit

Integer32 (0 to 1000000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the maximum number of external LSAs in an LSDB. The default value is 0, indicating that the maximum number of external LSAs is not configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.17

hwOspfv2MaxLoadBalaNumber

Integer32

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the maximum number of equal-cost routes to a destination in the routing table.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.18

hwOspfv2AseRouteMaxNumber

Integer32(100 to 5000000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the maximum number of AS-external routes generated by OSPF. The default value is 5000000.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.19

hwOspfv2InterRouteMaxNumber

Integer32(100 to 1000000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the maximum number of inter-area routes generated by OSPF. The default value is 1000000.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.20

hwOspfv2IntraRouteMaxNumber

Integer32(100 to 100000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the maximum number of intra-area routes generated by OSPF. The default value is 100000.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.21

hwOspfv2RetransLimitMaxNumber

Integer32(0 | 2..255)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, which can be used to enable the retransmission limit function and set the maximum number of retransmissions. The maximum number of retransmissions ranges from 2 to 255. If the value is set to 0, it indicates that the retransmission limit function is not enabled. The default value is 0.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.22

hwOspfv2Rfc1583Compatibility

TruthValue {true(1), false(2)}

Read-create

This object is used to enable the routing selection rule compatible with RFC 1583. By default, the routing selection rule compatible with RFC 1583 is enabled. The default value is true(1).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.23

hwOspfv2ShamHello

TruthValue {true(1), false(2)}

Read-create

This object is used to enable the Sham-Hello function of OSPF. After the Sham-Hello function is enabled, OSPF updates the timeout timers of all neighbors when receiving all types of protocol packets. The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.24

hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlUnit

Integer {second(1), millionSecond(2), none(3) }

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the unit of the interval for the SPF calculation, and hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlNumber is used to set the specific interval for the SPF calculation. hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlUnit and hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlNumber must be configured at the same time. The default value is none(3), indicating that by default, an intelligent timer rather than the fixed interval is used.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.25

hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlNumber

Integer32

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the interval for the SPF calculation, and hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlUnit is used to set the unit of the interval for the SPF calculation.hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlNumber and hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlUnit must be configured at the same time. The value ranges from 1 to 10 in seconds, and the value ranges from 1 to 10000 in milliseconds. The default value is -1, indicating that by default, an intelligent timer rather than the fixed interval is used.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.26

hwOspfv2SpfSchMaxIntvl

Integer32(-1 | 1..120000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the maximum interval for the SPF calculation. When the OSPF LSDB changes, the shortest path needs to be recalculated. If the network changes frequently and the shortest path is calculated continuously, many system resources are consumed and thus the efficiency of devices is degraded. You can configure an intelligent timer and set a proper interval for the SPF calculation to avoid excessive consumption of device memory and bandwidth resources.hwOspfv2SpfSchMaxIntvl, hwOspfv2SpfSchStartIntvl, and hwOspfv2SpfSchHoldIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2SpfSchMaxIntvl, hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlUnit, and hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlNumber are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 10000.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.27

hwOspfv2SpfSchStartIntvl

Integer32(-1 | 1..60000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the initial interval for the SPF calculation. hwOspfv2SpfSchStartIntvl, hwOspfv2SpfSchMaxIntvl, and hwOspfv2SpfSchHoldIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2SpfSchStartIntvl, hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlUnit, and hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlNumber are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 500.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.28

hwOspfv2SpfSchHoldIntvl

Integer32(-1 | 1..60000)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the hold interval for the SPF calculation through an intelligent timer. After an intelligent timer is enabled, the interval for the SPF calculation is as follows:

  • The interval for the SPF calculation for the first time is start-interval.
  • The interval for the SPF calculation for the nth (n≥2) time is equal to hold-interval x 2 x (n-2).
  • When the interval specified by hold-interval x 2 x (n-2) reaches the maximum interval specified by max-interval, OSPF performs the SPF calculation at the maximum interval for three consecutive times. Then, OSPF performs the SPF calculation at the initial interval specified by start-interval, and the whole process is repeated.

hwOspfv2SpfSchHoldIntvl, hwOspfv2SpfSchMaxIntvl, and hwOspfv2SpfSchStartIntvl must be configured at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2SpfSchHoldIntvl, hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlUnit, and hwOspfv2SpfSchIntvlNumber are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The interval is expressed in milliseconds. The default value is 1000.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.29

hwOspfv2OpaqueCapability

TruthValue{true(1), false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates the Opaque-LSA capability. After being enabled with the Opaque-LSA capability, an OSPF process can generate Opaque-LSAs and receive Opaque-LSAs from neighbors. The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.30

hwOspfv2TrafficAdjustment

TruthValue{true(1), false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates whether IGP Shortcut is enabled. If local MT is enabled, disable local MT before disabling IGP Shortcut. The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.31

hwOspfv2TrafficAdvertise

TruthValue{true(1), false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates whether IGP Shortcut and forwarding adjacency are enabled. If local MT is enabled, disable local MT before disabling IGP Shortcut and forwarding adjacency. The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.32

hwOspfv2FlushTimer

Integer32(0 to 40)

Read-create

The value of this object identifies an aging timer. This value can be configured only when a process is deleted (hwOspfv2ProcessRowStatus is set to Destroy). This object is used to age the locally generated LSAs during the deletion of the process. If a large number of LSAs need to be aged, you can forcibly quit the aging process by starting a waiting timer to continue the subsequent actions of restarting the areas. hwOspfv2FlushTimer is used to set a value for the aging timer.hwOspfv2FlushTimer takes effect for only one time. That is, it can be used to set the aging timer for the next time only. After the aging process is complete, the value restores to 0. The default value is 0, indicating that no aging timer is configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.3.1.33

hwOspfv2ProcessRowStatus

RowStatus

Read-create

This object indicates the status of a row in hwOspfv2ProcessTable. This object can be set to CreatAndGo and Destroy only. When it is set to CreatAndGo and a row is created, the status of this object of the row changes to Active.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

Creation Restriction

A row in hwOspfv2ProcessTable can be created only when hwOspfv2ProcessStatus is set to CreateAndGo and the value of hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex is specified. In this table, a row corresponds to an OSPF process, and hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex is the index of this table. Multiple variable bindings are supported. If an SNMP packet contains the operation of creating rows and the operation of setting common objects (non-index objects and non-row-status objects are called common objects), rows are created before common objects are set. The rollback is supported only within a row in the same table.

Modification Restriction

The values of common objects (non-index objects and non-row-status objects are called common objects) can be modified only after rows are created. The index of the table cannot be modified after rows are created.

Deletion Restriction

Multiple variable bindings are supported. If an SNMP packet contains the operation of deleting rows and the operation of setting common objects (non-index objects and non-row-status objects are called common objects), rows are deleted before common objects are set. hwOspfv2FlushWaitTimer can be configured only during the deletion of a row.

Access Restriction

The default values of MIB objects and command line are defined differently and thus they do not necessarily correspond to each other.

hwOspfv2AreaTable

This table is used to set some parameters for areas.

The indexes of this table are hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex and hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex. hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex is inherited from hwOspfv2ProcessTable.

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.1

hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex

IpAddress

Not-accessible

This object is in the format of an IP address, which uniquely identifies an area ID. For example, 0.0.0.0 indicates the backbone area.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.2

hwOspfv2AreaType

INTEGER{nssa(1), stub(2), normal(3)}

Read-create

The value of this object identifies area types, including:
  • Not-So-Stubby Areas (NSSAs)
  • Stub areas
  • Common areas
The default value is normal(3).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.3

hwOspfv2AreaNoSummary

TruthValue{true(1),false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates that an ABR is disabled from injecting summary LSAs into stub areas or NSSAs. This object can be configured only when the area type is stub or NSSA. If this object is set to true(1), an ABR is disabled from injecting summary LSAs into stub areas or NSSAs. The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.4

hwOspfv2AreaNssaFlushTimer

Integer32(0..40)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer. This object is used to configure an NSSA Flush timer. When the areas on a router are configured as NSSAs or stub areas, the locally generated Type5 LSAs need to be flushed; when hwOspfv2AreaType is changed from an NSSA to a common area, the locally generated Type-7 LSAs are aged. After the aging process is complete, restart the areas. If a large number of LSAs need to be flushed, you can forcibly quit the aging process by starting a waiting timer to continue the subsequent actions of restarting the areas. This object is used to set a value for the Flush timer. The Flush timer is one-off. After all LSAs are flushed, the value recovers to 0.In addition, objects (hwOspfv2AreaNssaDefAdvertise, hwOspfv2AreaNssaTransAlways, hwOspfv2AreaNssaTransTimer, hwOspfv2AreaNssaAllowFaZero, hwOspfv2AreaNssaSuppressFa, and hwOspfv2AreaNssaSetNBit) and hwOspfv2AreaType (when it is set to NSSA) must be configured together. If you need to modify the configurations, the new configurations overwrite the previous configurations. The default value is 0, indicating that no Flush timer is configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.5

hwOspfv2AreaNssaDefAdvertise

TruthValue{true(1),false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates whether a default Type-7 LSA should be generated.A Type-7 LSA default route is generated regardless of whether there is route 0.0.0.0 in the routing table on an ABR. A Type-7 LSA default route is generated only when there is the route 0.0.0.0 in the routing table on an ASBR.The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.6

hwOspfv2AreaNssaNoImportRoute

TruthValue{true(1),false(2)}

Read-create

This object is used to decide whether external routes are imported to NSSAs. On an ASBR, if this object is set to true, external routes cannot be advertised to the NSSAs.The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.7

hwOspfv2AreaNssaTransAlways

TruthValue{true(1),false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates whether an NSSA ABR translates Type-7 LSAs into Type5 LSAs unconditionally. If this object is set to true(1), this NSSA ABR translates Type-7 LSAs into Type5 LSAs, ignoring the translator role of other NSSA ABRs.The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.8

hwOspfv2AreaNssaTransTimer

Integer32(0..120)

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the interval for the transition of the translator role. When an ABR changes from a translator to a non-translator, the ABR still translates Type-7 LSAs into Type5 LSAs within the transition time. The default value is 40.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.9

hwOspfv2AreaNssaAllowFaZero

TruthValue{true(1),false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates that the forwarding address of the generated Type-7 LSAs is filled in with 0.0.0.0.The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.10

hwOspfv2AreaNssaSuppressFa

TruthValue{true(1),false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates that the forwarding addresses of the Type5 LSAs translated from Type-7 LSAs are suppressed. The default value is false(2).

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.11

hwOspfv2AreaNssaSetNBit

TruthValue{true(1),false(2)}

Read-create

This object indicates that in an NSSA, the option field in the sent DD packet is filled in with N-bit.The default value is false(2), indicating that the option field in the sent DD packet is not filled in with N-bit.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.12

hwOspfv2AreaDefCost

Integer32(-1 | 0..16777214)

Read-create

The value of this object identifies the cost of the default route sent by OSPF to a stub area or an NSSA.The default value is -1.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.13

hwOspfv2AreaDescription

OCTETSTRING (SIZE (0..80))

Read-create

This object is a string of characters. It is used to configure description for a specific OSPF area. The default value is a zero-length string, indicating that no description is configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.14

hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAcl

Integer32(0 | 2000..2999)

Read-create

The value of this object identifies that outgoing summary LSAs in the local area are filtered by using ACL numbers. This object saves the numbers of ACLs used for filtering LSAs. If the value of this object is set to 0, it indicates that LSAs are not filtered by using ACL numbers. hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAcl, hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAclName, hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPrefix, and hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPolicy are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The default value is 0, indicating that no ACL numbers are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.15

hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPrefix

OCTETSTRING (SIZE (0..169))

Read-create

This object is a string of characters, indicating that outgoing summary LSAs in the local area are filtered by using IP prefixes.This object saves the IP prefixes used for filtering LSAs. If the length of the IP prefix is set to 0, it indicates that LSAs are not filtered by using IP prefixes. hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPrefix, hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAcl, hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAclName, and hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPolicy are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The default value is a zero-length string, indicating that no IP prefixes are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.16

hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPolicy

OCTETSTRING (SIZE (0..40))

Read-create

This object indicates that outgoing summary LSAs in the local area are filtered by using routing policies.This object saves the names of the routing policies used for filtering LSAs. If the length of the routing policy name is set to 0, it indicates that LSAs are not filtered by using routing policies. hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPolicy, hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAcl, hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAclName, and hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPrefix are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The default value is a zero-length string, indicating that no routing policies are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.17

hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAcl

Integer32(0 | 2000..2999)

Read-create

The value of this object identifies that incoming summary LSAs in the local area are filtered by using ACL numbers. This object saves the numbers of the ACLs used for filtering LSAs. If this object is set to 0, it indicates that LSAs are not filtered by using ACL numbers. hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAcl, hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAclName, hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPrefix, and hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPolicy are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The default value is 0, indicating that no ACL numbers are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.18

hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPrefix

OCTET STRING(SIZE (0..169))

Read-create

This object indicates that incoming summary LSAs in the local area are filtered by using IP prefixes. This object saves the IP prefixes used for filtering LSAs. If the length of the IP prefix is set to 0, it indicates that LSAs are not filtered by using IP prefixes. hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPrefix, hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAcl, hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAclName, and hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPolicy are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The default value is a zero-length string, indicating that no IP prefixes are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.19

hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPolicy

OCTET STRING(SIZE (0..40))

Read-create

This object indicates that incoming summary LSAs in the local area are filtered by using routing policies.This object saves the names of the routing policies used for filtering LSAs. If the length of the routing policy name is set to 0, it indicates that LSAs are not filtered by using routing policies. hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPolicy, hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAcl, hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAclName, and hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPrefix are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The default value is a zero-length string, indicating that no routing policies are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.20

hwOspfv2AreaAuthModeType

INTEGER{ none(1), simple(2), md5(3), hmd5(4), keychain(5), hmac-sha256(6) }

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the authentication mode of areas. The default value is none(1), indicating that no authentication is configured. If this object is set to simple(2), you need to specify the password in plaintext or ciphertext mode. That is, you need to configure hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType and hwOspfv2AreaAuthText at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType cannot be set to none(1).

To configure the simple authentication mode with the authentication key being NULL, set hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType to plainText(2) and set hwOspfv2AreaAuthText to a string of 0 characters.

If this object is set to md5(3) or hmd5(4), you can either specify or need not specify the key ID. When specifying the key ID, you need to configure the password in plaintext or ciphertext mode.

If this object is set to keychain(5), you should specify it and hwOspfv2AreaAuthText together, but should not specify hwOspfv2AreaAuthKeyId and hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.21

hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType

INTEGER{ none(1), plainText(2), cipherText(3) }

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying the password types of areas, including password in plaintext and ciphertext mode.
  • PlainText indicates the plain text authentication mode. You can enter only the password in plaintext mode. When you view the configuration file, the password is displayed in plain text mode.
  • CipherText indicates the cipher text password. You can enter the password in plaintext or ciphertext mode. When you view the configuration file, the password is displayed in cipher text mode.
If the authentication mode is set to simple(2), you need to specify the password in plaintext or ciphertext mode. That is, you need to configure hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType and hwOspfv2AreaAuthText at the same time. In addition, hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType cannot be set to none(1).If the authentication mode is set to md5(3) or hmd5(4), you can specify the key ID. When specifying the key ID, you need to configure hwOspfv2AreaAuthKeyId, hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType, and hwOspfv2AreaAuthText at the same time. The default value is none(1), indicating that no password types are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.22

hwOspfv2AreaAuthKeyId

Integer32(0..255)

Read-create

The value of this object identifies the authentication identifiers of areas. This object can be configured only when the authentication mode is set to md5(3) or hmd5(4). The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 255. The value 0 indicates that this object is not configured. The default value is 0, indicating that no authentication identifiers are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.23

hwOspfv2AreaAuthText

OCTET STRING(SIZE (0..392))

Read-create

This object indicates the authenticators of areas and must be used together with hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType.In simple mode, you can input a plain text string of 1 to 8 bytes or a cipher text string of 24 bytes; in md5 mode and hmac-md5 mode, you can input a plain text string of 1 to 255 bytes or a cipher text string of 20 to 392 bytes. When read, hwOspfv2AreaAuthPasswordType always returns an octet string of length zero.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.24

hwOspfv2AreaMplsTe

INTEGER{ diable(1), stdEnable(2), stdDisable(3) }

Read-create

The value of this object is an integer, identifying whether MPLS TE is enabled on the current OSPF area.
  • diable(1): indicates that MPLS TE is disabled.
  • stdenable(2): indicates that MPLS TE is enabled and only standard LSAs can be received. That is, if there is more than one top level TLV in the TE LSA, this LSA is considered as incorrect.
  • stddisable(3): indicates that MPLS TE is enabled and non-standard LSAs can be received.
The default value is disable(1).By default, an OSPF area does not support TE.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.25

hwOspfv2AreaAreaRowStatus

RowStatus

Read-create

This object indicates a row in hwOspfv2AreaTable, which can be set to CreatAndGo and Destroy only. When this object is set to CreatAndGo and a row is created, the status of this object changes to Active.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.26

hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAclName

DisplayString (SIZE (0..))

Read-create

This object is a string of characters, indicating that outgoing summary LSAs in the local area are filtered by using ACL names. This object saves the names of ACLs used for filtering LSAs. If the value of this object is set to 0, it indicates that LSAs are not filtered by using ACL names. hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPrefix, hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAcl, hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpAclName, and hwOspfv2AreaFilterExpPolicy are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The default value is a zero-length string, indicating that no ACL names are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.27

hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAclName

DisplayString (SIZE (0..))

Read-create

This object is a string of characters, indicating that incoming summary LSAs in the local area are filtered by using ACL names. This object saves the names of ACLs used for filtering LSAs. If the value of this object is set to 0, it indicates that LSAs are not filtered by using ACL names. hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPrefix, hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAcl, hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpAclName, and hwOspfv2AreaFilterImpPolicy are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. The default value is a zero-length string, indicating that no ACL names are configured.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.4.1.28

hwOspfv2AreaAuthKeychName

DisplayString

Read-create

This object indicates the keychain name. It is a string of 1 to 47 characters.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

Creation Restriction

The entries in hwOspfv2AreaTable can be created only after the entries in hwOspfv2ProcessTable are created. You must input indexes when creating entries. The objects (hwOspfv2AreaNssaFlushTimer, hwOspfv2AreaNssaDefAdvertise, hwOspfv2AreaNssaNoImportRoute, hwOspfv2AreaNssaTransTimer, hwOspfv2AreaNssaAllowFaZero, hwOspfv2AreaNssaSuppressFa, and hwOspfv2AreaNssaSetNBit) and hwOspfv2AreaType must be configured at the same time. In addition, these objects can be configured only when hwOspfv2AreaType is set to NSSA.hwOspfv2AreaDefCost can be configured only when hwOspfv2AreaType is set to NSSA or stub.hwOspfv2AreaNoSummary and hwOspfv2AreaType must be configured at the same time. In addition, the two objects can be configured only when hwOspfv2AreaType is set to NSSA or stub. If an SNMP packet contains the operation of creating rows and the operation of setting common objects (non-index objects and non-row-status objects are called common objects), rows are created and then common objects are set. The configurations in the same row of a table can be rolled back.

Modification Restriction

You can modify the values of common objects (non-index objects and non-row-status objects are called common objects) only after rows are created. The index cannot be modified after rows are created.

Deletion Restriction

Multiple variable bindings are supported. If an SNMP packet contains the operation of deleting rows and the operation of setting common objects (non-index objects and non-row-status objects are called common objects), rows are deleted before common objects are set.

Access Restriction

The default values of MIB objects and command lines are defined differently and thus they do not necessarily correspond to each other.

hwOspfv2NetworkTable

This table specifies an OSPF interface and the area to which the interface belongs.

The indexes of this table are hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex, hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex, hwOspfv2NetworkIpAddrIndex, and hwOspfv2NetworkIpMaskIndex.

hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex inherits the index of hwOspfv2ProcessTable, and hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex inherits the index of hwOspfv2AreaTable.

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.5.1.1

hwOspfv2NetworkIpAddrIndex

IpAddress

Not-accessible

This object indicates the OSPF interface and the area to which the interface belongs. In addition, this object specifies the address of the network segment where the interface resides.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.5.1.2

hwOspfv2NetworkIpMaskIndex

IpAddress

Not-accessible

This object indicates the wildcard mask of the address of the network segment where the interface resides. That is, 0 in the mask becomes 1 and 1 in the mask becomes 0.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.5.1.3

hwOspfv2NetworkRowStatus

RowStatus

Read-create

This object indicates the status of a row in hwOspfv2NetworkTable, which can be set to CreatAndGo and Destroy only. When this object is set to CreatAndGo and a row is created, the status of this object changes to Active.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

Creation Restriction

The entries in hwOspfv2NetworkTable can be created only after the entries in hwOspfv2ProcessTable and hwOspfv2AreaTable are created. You must input indexes when creating entries.

Modification Restriction

The entries in this table cannot be modified.

Deletion Restriction

The entries in this table cannot be deleted.

Access Restriction

None.

hwOspfv2NeighborTable

This object is mainly used to configure parameters of OSPF neighbors.

The indexes in this table are hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex, hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex, hwOspfv2SelfIfnetIndex, and hwOspfv2NbrIpAddrIndex. hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex is derived from the index of hwOspfv2ProcessTable; hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex is derived from the index of hwOspfv2AreaTable.

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Access

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.1

hwOspfv2SelfIfnetIndex

Integer32 (1..2147483647)

Not-accessible

This object indicates the interface index.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.2

hwOspfv2NbrIpAddrIndex

IpAddress

Not-accessible

This object indicates the IP address of the OSPF neighbor.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.3

hwOspfv2SelfRouterId

IpAddress

Read-only

This object indicates the router ID of an OSPF router. The value is a 32-bit integer that uniquely identifies the router in the Autonomous System.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.4

hwOspfv2SelfIfIpAddress

IpAddress

Read-only

This object indicates the IP address of the OSPF interface connected with its neighbor.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.5

hwOspfv2SelfIfName

DisplayString (SIZE (0..63))

Read-only

This object indicates the type and number of the local OSPF interface connected with its neighbor.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.6

hwOspfv2NbrIfDesignatedRouter

IpAddress

Read-only

This object indicates the IP address of the designated router (BDR) that is elected by neighbors.

This value can be obtained from the DD packets received from the neighbor.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.7

hwOspfv2NbrIfBackupDesignatedRouter

IpAddress

Read-only

This object indicates the IP address of the backup designated router (BDR) that is elected by neighbors.

This value can be obtained from the DD packets received from the neighbor.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.8

hwOspfv2NbrIfMtu

Integer32

Read-only

This object indicates the MTU of the interface. The MTU can be obtained from the DD packets received from the neighbor. If the MTU is 0 in the DD packets, it indicates that the MTU is not filled in the DD packet when the packet is being sent on the interface.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.9

hwOspfv2NbrRouterId

IpAddress

Read-only

This object indicates the router ID of the OSPF neighbor.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.10

hwOspfv2NbrState

INTEGER { down(1), attempt(2), init(3), twoWay(4), exchangeStart(5), exchange(6), loading(7), full(8) }

Read-only

This object indicates the status of the OSPF neighbor.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.11

hwOspfv2NbrMode

INTEGER { master(1), slave(2) }

Read-only

This object indicates whether this neighbor is master or slave during the DD packet exchange.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.12

hwOspfv2NbrPriority

Integer32 (0..255)

Read-only

This object indicates the priority of this neighbor in the DR election algorithm. The value 0 signifies that the neighbor is not eligible to become the DR or BDR.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.13

hwOspfv2NbrUpTime

Unsigned32

Read-only

This object indicates the time (in seconds) since the status of this neighbor has been full.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.14

hwOspfv2NbrAuthSequence

Unsigned32

Read-only

This object indicates the unsigned 32-bit integer. The value indicates the authentication sequence number of the OSPF packet sent by the neighbor during encrypted authentication.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.15

hwOspfv2NbrDeadTimeLeft

Gauge32 (0..235926000)

Read-only

This object indicates the period (in seconds) after which this neighbor is declared Down because no Hello packets are received.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.6.1.16

hwOspfv2NbrGrStatus

INTEGER { normal(1), doingGR(2), helper(3), notsupport(4) }

Read-only

This object indicates whether the neighbor performs GR or functions as a GR helper.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

Creation Restriction

The entries in this table cannot be created.

Modification Restriction

The entries in this table cannot be modified.

Deletion Restriction

The entries in this table cannot be deleted.

Access Restriction

The entries in this table can be read without restriction.

hwOspfv2InterfaceTable

This object describes the interfaces information of OSPF.

The indexes in this table are hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex, hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex, hwOspfv2InterfaceIndex. hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex is the same as the index of hwOspfv2ProcessTable; hwOspfv2AreaIdIndex is the same as the index of hwOspfv2AreaTable.

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Max Access

Description

Access

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.7.1.1

hwOspfv2InterfaceIndex

Integer32

Not-accessible

This object indicates the interface index.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.7.1.2

hwOspfv2InterfaceName

OctetString (SIZE (0..63))

Read-only

This object indicates the interface name.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

Creation Restriction

The entries in this table cannot be created.

Modification Restriction

The entries in this table cannot be modified.

Deletion Restriction

The entries in this table cannot be deleted.

Access Restriction

The entries in this table can be read only when hwOspfv2NetworkTable is created.

Description of Alarm Objects

hwOspfv2IntraAreaRouteridConflict

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.31.3

hwOspfv2IntraAreaRouteridConflict

  • hwOspfv2SelfRouterId
  • hwOspfv2NbrRouterId

The object is used to monitor router ID conflict in an intra area.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2IntraAreaDRIpAddressConflict

OID

Object Name

Syntax

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.31.4

hwOspfv2IntraAreaDRIpAddressConflict

  • hwOspfv2SelfRouterId
  • hwOspfv2SelfIfIpAddress
  • hwOspfv2SelfIfName

The object is used to monitor conflicted IP addresses of DRs in an intra area.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB files.

hwOspfv2IntraAreaRouterIdConflictRecovered

OID

Object Name

Bound Variable

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.31.5

hwOspfv2IntraAreaRouterIdConflictRecovered

  • hwOspfv2AreaId
  • ospfRouterId
  • hwOspfv2NewRouterId

This object indicates that an OSPF router ID conflict is resolved.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB file.

hwOspfv2PeerFlappingSuppressStatusChange

OID

Object Name

Bound Variable

Description

Implemented Specifications

1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.155.31.6

hwOspfv2PeerFlappingSuppressStatusChange

  • hwOspfv2ProcessIdIndex
  • hwOspfv2AreaId
  • hwOspfv2InterfaceName
  • hwOspfv2PeerFlappingSuppressStatus
  • hwOspfv2PeerFlappingSuppressReason

This object indicates that the status of OSPF neighbor relationship flapping suppression changed.

This object is implemented as defined in the corresponding MIB file.

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