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Versions: 00                                                            
   Internet Draft                                  T. Anderson
   Expiration: August 2001                             Intel
   File: draft-anderson-gsmp-swpart-mib-00.txt     A. Doria
                                                       Nortel Networks
                                                   J. Yong
                                                       Telia
                                                   J. Sydir
                                                   B. Srinivasan
                                                       CPlane

                                                   February 22, 2001




                          Switch Partitioning MIB





   Status of this Memo

   This document is an Internet-Draft and is in full conformance with
   all provisions of Section 10 of RFC2026.  Internet-Drafts are
   working documents of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF),
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1.   Abstract

   This document defines a Management Information Base (MIB) for
   partitioning a single switch into a set of virtual switches (VSs).
   The partitioning MIB defined here is largely based on [MSF-VSMIB].

2.   Introduction

   There are four logical interfaces for managing a switch that can be
   divided up into multiple virtual switches.  They are (1) the
   interface to control the behavior of the switch as a whole, (2) the
   interface to control the behavior of each virtual switch, (3) the
   interface to query what resources exist on the switch, and (4) the
   interface to create and delete virtual switches and to partition the
   available resources amongst these virtual switches.  Interfaces 1


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   and 2 are likely to be very similar.  MIBs currently exist for the
   purpose of managing these non-virtualized parts of switches.  These
   interfaces are not considered further in this document.  While the
   latter two interfaces are clearly related, they perform different
   functions - discovery and configuration respectively.  The
   motivation for separating these functions into different MIBs is
   that in many cases other MIBs already support resource discovery.
   The missing element is a MIB to support the virtual switch
   partitioning function.  Therefore, in this document, MIBs for
   discovering switch resources are assumed to exist and we instead
   focus on the MIB for the virtual switch partitioning function.  This
   partitioning function creates and deletes virtual switches on a
   switch and assigns resources in the support of those virtual
   switches.

3.   Base Switch Resources

   The following switch resources may be partitioned amongst virtual
   switches.

3.1.   Bandwidth, Buffer Space, and Queue Schedulers


   The bandwidth, buffer space, and queue schedulers assigned to a VS
   can be abstracted using a single parameter: the equivalent
   bandwidth per port assigned to the VS in both the incoming and
   outgoing directions.  The equivalent bandwidth is associated with
   a performance target.  The performance target is most common in
   the form of a loss target but also a delay target can be used.

3.2.   Label Space

   Label space resources are allocated independently for the incoming
   and outgoing directions of switch ports.  Label space must be
   specified as a set of potentially non-contiguous ranges to allow
   for the flexible allocation of label space in a dynamic
   environment.  Depending on what service a port provides the label
   space can be of a different form, e.g., the label space is VPI/VCI
   for an ATM port and DLCI for a frame relay port.

3.3.   Routing Table Space

   The abstraction for routing table space is more complex than that
   for label space because different switches implement routing
   tables of different granularities.  Some switches implement a
   routing table at each port, while others implement a common
   routing table, which is shared by the connections that go through
   all of the ports.

3.4.   Control Link Bandwidth and Processor Cycles

   When multiple VSs exercise control over separate LSPs, which are
   hosted on the same physical switch, they potentially share the
   processor on which the Switch Partitioning Functionality and


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   Switch Control Functionality is executed.  Multiple controllers may
   also share a communication link to the switch.

4.   The Partitioning MIB

--NOTE 1: How does one use this mib:
--
-- The manager can get information about the switch by doing the
--      usual gets on the variables
--
-- A) Creation of a virtual switch:
--      1) To create a virtual switch create a new row by setting the
--         vSwitchTableRowStatus to 'createAndWait'
--
--      2) Set the other variables as the configuration requires. NOTE
--          the only requisite information before proceeding to step 3
--          is the SCI information. This specifies
--          how the virtual switch communicates with the external
--          world.
--
--      3) Commit the vSwitchTableRowStatus by setting it to 'active'
--
--
-- B) Deleting a virtual switch:
--      1) Set the vSwitchTableRowStatus of the corresponding virtual
--         switch to 'destroy'
--
--
-- C) Changing virtual switch resources:
--      1) Set the vSwitchTableRowStatus of the appropriate virtual
--         switch to 'notInService' (this is the convention used to
--         allow row variables to be modified, while not in operation).
--
--      2) Add/Delete/Change the resources as necessary. This is done
--         by either creating/deleting/modifying rows in the virtual
--         port and vpi/vci range tables. Commit individual changes
--         by setting row status variables to active (unless the
--         change is a delete).
--
--      3) Commit all changes by setting the vSwitchTableRowStatus to
--         'active'

Partition-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS

     MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, enterprises, Integer32,
     Counter32, Gauge32, TimeTicks, IpAddress
          FROM SNMPv2-SMI

     RowStatus, TruthValue, TEXTUAL-CONVENTION, PhysAddress
          FROM SNMPv2-TC


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     InetAddress
          FROM INET-ADDRESS-MIB;

partition MODULE-IDENTITY
    LAST-UPDATED "2302010000Z"
    ORGANIZATION "Multiservice Switching Forum"
    CONTACT-INFO "
     Todd A. Anderson
     Intel
     2111 NE 25th Avenue
     Hillsboro, OR 97124 USA
     Phone: +1 503 712 1760
     Email: todd.a.anderson@intel.com

     Avri Doria
     Nortel Networks
     600 Technology Park Drive
     Billerica  MA 01821
     Phone: +1 401 663 5024
     Email: avri@nortelnetworks.com

     Jiang Yong
     Telia Research AB
     123 86 Farsta
     Sweden
     Phone: +46 (0) 8 713 81 25
     Email: yong.b.jiang@telia.se

     Jerry Sydir
     CPlane Inc.
     5150 El Camino Real Suite B-31
     Los Altos, CA 94022
     Phone: +1 650 938 8066 x102
     Email: sydir@cplane.com

     Balaji Srinivasan
     CPlane Inc.
     5150 El Camino Real Suite B-31
     Los Altos, CA 94022
     phone: +1 650 938 8066 x103
     Email: balaji@cplane.com
    "
    DESCRIPTION
        "The network element partitioning MIB."
    ::= { enterprises 2000 }

msf             OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { enterprises 2000 }
switchConfig    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {  msf 1 }
vSwitchConfig   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {  msf 2 }

PortDirection ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS        current
    DESCRIPTION

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      "The following type is used to specify the direction of the
      label ranges and the bandwidth in the physical port of the switch
      as well as  the virtual port of the virtual switch."
    SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                 incoming(1),
                 outgoing(2)
            }

OwnerString ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT "255a"
    STATUS       current
    DESCRIPTION
            "This data type is used to model an administratively
            assigned name of the owner of a resource.  It is
            suggested that this name contain one or more of
            the following: manager station's transport address,
            management station name (e.g., domain name), network
            management personnel's name, location, or phone number.
            In some cases the agent itself will be the owner of an
            entry.  In these cases, this string shall be set to a
            string starting with 'agent'.

            To facilitate internationalization, this information
            is represented using the ISO/IEC IS 10646-1 character
            set, encoded as an octet string using the UTF-8
            transformation format described in [RFC2279].

            Since additional code points are added by amendments
            to the 10646 standard from time to time, implementations
            must be prepared to encounter any code point from
            0x00000000 to 0x7fffffff.  Byte sequences that do not
            correspond to the valid UTF-8 encoding of a code point
            or are outside this range are prohibited.  The use of
            control codes should be avoided.  When it is necessary
            to represent a newline, the control code sequence CR LF
            should be used.  For code points not directly supported
            by user interface hardware or software, an alternative
            means of entry and display, such as hexadecimal, may be
            provided.  For information encoded in 7-bit US-ASCII,
            the UTF-8 encoding is identical to the US-ASCII encoding.
            UTF-8 may require multiple bytes to represent a single
            character / code point; thus the length of this object
            in octets may be different from the number of characters
            encoded.  Similarly, size constraints refer to the number
            of encoded octets, not the number of characters represented
            by an encoding.  When this TC is used for an object that
            is used or envisioned to be used as an index, then a SIZE
            restriction MUST be specified so that the number of
            sub-identifiers for any object instance does not exceed
            the limit of 128, as defined by [RFC1905]."
    SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE(0..255))

RatioString ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

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   STATUS       current
   DESCRIPTION
            "This data type is used to model a floating number,
             specifically here the cell loss ratio and a probability
             number. It is required to be of the form m:n, where m and
             n are both integers and represent a floating number m
             divided by n."
   SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE(3))


VectorString ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
   STATUS       current
   DESCRIPTION
            "This data type is used to model a 2-dimentional number
            (x,y). Here it is used to specify the vpi/vci range for an
            ATM interface. 2 vectors, (minVpi, minVci) and (maxVpi,
            maxVci), make up a label range. It is required to have the
            format x:y"
   SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE(3..8))

-- ===============================================
-- Switch Resource configuration at startup time
-- The resource values when the system started
-- ===============================================

numRoutingEntries OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION " The number of routing table entries of this switch.
                 This value is ignored if the switch has only per port
                 routing tables (i.e., no switch-wide routing table)"
   ::= { switchConfig 1 }

switchPortConfigNumPorts OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Number of ports in this switch"
   ::= { switchConfig 2 }

switchPortConfigTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF SwitchPortConfigEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Resource configuration for each port on the switch"
   ::= { switchConfig 3 }

switchPortConfigEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SwitchPortConfigEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the resources configured for the

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                various ports at the switch level"
   INDEX { switchPortConfigPortID }
   ::= { switchPortConfigTable 1 }

SwitchPortConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
   switchPortConfigPortID                Integer32,
   switchPortConfigPortLabelType         INTEGER,
   switchPortConfigNumBWs                INTEGER,
   switchPortConfigNumLabelRanges        INTEGER,
   switchNumRoutingEntries               INTEGER,
   switchPortAllowsSci                   TruthValue
   }

switchPortConfigPortID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the physical port id"
   ::= { switchPortConfigEntry 1 }

switchPortConfigPortLabelType OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX  INTEGER {
     atm(1),
     frame-relay(2),
     vlan(3),
     mpls(4),
     ip(5)
   }
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the type of protocol for labels at this
                port."
   ::={ switchPortConfigEntry 2 }

switchPortConfigNumBWs OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Number of equivalent bandwidths for this port in the
                incoming and outgoing directions."
   ::= { switchPortConfigEntry 3 }

switchPortConfigNumLabelRanges OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Number of label ranges for this port."
   ::= { switchPortConfigEntry 4 }

switchNumRoutingEntries  OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current

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   DESCRIPTION "Number of routing entries for this port."
   ::= { switchPortConfigEntry 5 }

switchPortAllowsSci OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX TruthValue
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates whether this port can be used to connect to
                the SCI."
   ::= { switchPortConfigEntry 6 }

--==============================
-- END OF switchPortConfigTable
--==============================

--===============================================================
-- This table performanceParamTable is used to represent the
-- performance targets associated with the equivalent bandwidths for
-- each port. As referenced from MSF 99.208, this table allows the
-- bandwidth, buffer space, and queue schedulers assigned to a VS to be
-- simply abstracted using a single parameter: the Equivalent bandwidth
-- per port assigned to the VS. Each entry in the interface bandwidth
-- table (either for a VS or for the physical switch) uses its
-- ServiceParamIndex to point to a row in this table.  Then the
-- equivalent bandwidth points to a performance target set by the
-- service descriptor parameters. The performance target is most common
-- in the form of a loss target but also a delay target can be used.
--===============================================================


performanceParamTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF PerformanceParamEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured performance targets for
                this switch"
   ::={ switchConfig 4 }

performanceParamEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX PerformanceParamEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table entry gives each performance target
                parameters"
   INDEX { performanceParamIndex }
   ::= { performanceParamTable 1 }

PerformanceParamEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      performanceParamIndex       Integer32,
      performancePLR              RatioString,
      performanceMaxDelay         INTEGER,
      performanceDelayOverProb    RatioString

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   }

performanceParamIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies each performance target"
   ::= { performanceParamEntry 1 }

performancePLR OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RatioString
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This indicates the packet loss ratio "
   ::= { performanceParamEntry 2 }

performanceMaxDelay OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION " This indicates the maximum packet delay "
   ::= { performanceParamEntry 3 }

performanceDelayOverProb OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RatioString
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION " This indicates the possibility that the packet delay
                 is bigger than the maximum delay allowed "
   ::= { performanceParamEntry 4 }

--===================================
--End of performanceParamTable
--===================================

--===============================================================
-- The table switchPortConfigBWTable is used to give the equivalent
-- bandwidths associated with different performance targets at the
-- switch level. The object, performanceParamIndex, will point to an
-- entry in the table performanceParamTable.  This gives the
-- performance target for the equivalent bandwidth of this interface.
-- This table is indexed by the port number, and the bandwidth ID.
--===============================================================

switchPortConfigBWTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF SwitchPortConfigBWEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured equivalent bandwidths
                for the various switch ports"
   ::= { switchConfig 5 }

switchPortConfigBWEntry OBJECT-TYPE

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   SYNTAX SwitchPortConfigBWEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port equivalent bandwidths"
   INDEX { switchPortConfigBWPortID,
           switchPortConfigBWID }
   ::= { switchPortConfigBWTable 1 }

SwitchPortConfigBWEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      switchPortConfigBWPortID           Integer32,
      switchPortConfigBWID               Integer32,
      switchPortConfigEqiBW              INTEGER,
      switchPortPerformanceIndex         INTEGER,
      switchPortConfigBWPortDirection    PortDirection
   }

switchPortConfigBWPortID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the switch port number"
   ::= { switchPortConfigBWEntry 1 }

switchPortConfigBWID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the equivalent bandwidth ID in the switch"
   ::= { switchPortConfigBWEntry 2 }

switchPortConfigEqiBW OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the equivalent bandwidth for this port."
   ::= { switchPortConfigBWEntry 3 }

switchPortPerformanceIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX OBJECT IDENTIFIER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates an entry in the performanceParamTable which
                represents the performance target associated with this
                equivalent bandwidth"
   ::= { switchPortConfigBWEntry 4 }

switchPortConfigBWPortDirection OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX PortDirection
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the direction for which this equivalent
                bandwidth is valid"

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   ::= { switchPortConfigBWEntry 5 }

--===================================
--End of switchPortConfigBWTable
--===================================


--===============================================================
-- The table switchPortConfigLabelRangeTable is used to give the label
-- ranges at the switch level. As different interfaces may have
-- different service types, what kind of label identity is used will
-- depend on the interface service type. An ATM interface should have
-- VPI/VCI ranges. A Frame Relay interface should have DLCI ranges. A
-- MPLS interface should have MPLS label ID ranges. An VLAN-aware
-- Ethernet switch should have VLAN ID ranges. An IP router should have
-- IP address ranges. The table index is the port number and the label
-- range ID.
--===============================================================

switchPortConfigLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF SwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured label range information
                for the various switch ports"
   ::= { switchConfig 6 }

switchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port label ranges"
   INDEX { switchPortConfigLabelRangePortID,
           switchPortConfigLabelRangeID }
   ::= { switchPortConfigLabelRangeTable 1 }

SwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      switchPortConfigLabelRangePortID              Integer32,
      switchPortConfigLabelRangeID                  Integer32,
      switchPortConfigLabelRangePortDirection       PortDirection,
      switchPortConfigLabelRangeIndex               INTEGER
}

switchPortConfigLabelRangePortID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the port to which this range belongs"
   ::= { switchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 1 }

switchPortConfigLabelRangeID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)

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   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies a certain label range for the port.  For any
                port, its label ranges are sequentially numbered from 1
                to switchPortConfigNumLabelRanges defined in
                switchPortConfigEntry"
   ::= { switchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 2 }

switchPortConfigLabelRangePortDirection OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX PortDirection
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the direction for which this range is valid"
   ::= { switchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 3 }

switchPortConfigLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The index into the protocol-dependent label range
                table."
   ::= { switchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 4 }

--====================================
-- END OF switchPortConfigLabelRangeTable
--====================================

--===============================================================
-- The table atmLabelRangeTable is used to give the VPI/VCI label
ranges
-- at the ATM switch level.
--===============================================================

atmLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AtmLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured ATM label range
                information for the various switch ports"
   ::= { switchConfig 7 }

atmLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX AtmLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port ATM label ranges and
                capabilities."
   INDEX { atmLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { atmLabelRangeTable 1 }

AtmLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      atmLabelRangeIndex                    Integer32,

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      atmLabelRangeMinVpiVci                VectorString,
      atmLabelRangeMaxVpiVci                VectorString,
      atmLabelRangeAllowsVP                 TruthValue,
      atmLabelRangeAllowsP2MP               TruthValue,
      atmLabelRangeAllowsMP2P               TruthValue,
      atmLabelRangeMaxMulticast             INTEGER
}

atmLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { atmLabelRangeEntry 1 }

atmLabelRangeMinVpiVci OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VectorString
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Lower bound of the vpi and vci range."
   ::= { atmLabelRangeEntry 2 }

atmLabelRangeMaxVpiVci OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VectorString
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Upper bound of the vpi and vci range."
   ::= { atmLabelRangeEntry 3 }

atmLabelRangeAllowsVP OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX TruthValue
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates whether this label range can be used for VP
                connections."
   ::= { atmLabelRangeEntry 4 }

atmLabelRangeAllowsP2MP OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX TruthValue
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates whether this label range can be used to
                create point-to-multipoint connections."
   ::= { atmLabelRangeEntry 5 }

atmLabelRangeAllowsMP2P OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX TruthValue
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates whether this label range can be used to
                create multipoint-to-point connections."
   ::= { atmLabelRangeEntry 6 }


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atmLabelRangeMaxMulticast OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the maximum number of multicast connections
                that can be created within this range."
   ::= { atmLabelRangeEntry 7 }

--====================================
-- END OF atmLabelRangeTable
--====================================

--===============================================================
-- The table frLabelRangeTable is used to give the DLCI label ranges
-- on a Frame Relay interface.
--===============================================================

frLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF FrLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured label range information
                for the various frame relay ports."
   ::= { switchConfig 8 }

frLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX FrLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port label ranges"
   INDEX { frLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { frLabelRangeTable 1 }

FrLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      frLabelRangeIndex              Integer32,
      frLabelRangeMinDLCI            INTEGER,
      frLabelRangeMaxDLCI            INTEGER
}

frLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { frLabelRangeEntry 1 }


frLabelRangeMinDLCI OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Lower bound of the DLCI range for this Frame Relay

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                interface."
   ::= { frLabelRangeEntry 2 }

frLabelRangeMaxDLCI OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Upper bound of the DLCI range for this Frame Relay
                interface."
   ::= { frLabelRangeEntry 3 }

--====================================
-- END OF frLabelRangeTable
--====================================

--===============================================================
-- The table vlanLabelRangeTable is used to give the VLAN ID label
ranges
-- on a VLAN-aware Ethernet interface.
--===============================================================

vlanLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VlanLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured label range information
                for the VLAN-aware Ethernet ports."
   ::= { switchConfig 9 }

vlanLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VlanLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port VLAN ID ranges"
   INDEX { vlanLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { vlanLabelRangeTable 1 }

VlanLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vlanLabelRangeIndex        Integer32,
      vlanLabelRangeMinID        INTEGER,
      vlanLabelRangeMaxID        INTEGER
}

vlanLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { vlanLabelRangeEntry 1 }

vlanLabelRangeMinID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER

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   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Lower bound of the VLAN ID range on this VLAN-aware
                Ethernet switch interface."
   ::= { vlanLabelRangeEntry 2 }

vlanLabelRangeMaxID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Upper bound of the VLAN ID range on this VLAN-aware
                Ethernet switch interface."
   ::= { vlanLabelRangeEntry 3 }

--====================================
-- END OF vlanLabelRangeTable
--====================================

--===============================================================
-- The table mplsLabelRangeTable is used to give the label ranges
-- on a MPLS interface.
--===============================================================

mplsLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF MplsLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured label range information
                for MPLS ports."
   ::= { switchConfig 10 }

mplsLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX MplsLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port MPLS ranges."
   INDEX { mplsLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { mplsLabelRangeTable 1 }

MplsLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      mplsLabelRangeIndex         Integer32,
      mplsLabelRangeMinID         INTEGER,
      mplsLabelRangeMaxID         INTEGER
}

mplsLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { mplsLabelRangeEntry 1 }


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mplsLabelRangeMinID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Lower bound of the MPLS label range."
   ::= { mplsLabelRangeEntry 2 }

mplsLabelRangeMaxID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Upper bound of the MPLS label range."
   ::= { mplsLabelRangeEntry 3 }

--====================================
-- END OF mplsLabelRangeTable
--====================================


--===============================================================
-- The table ipLabelRangeTable is used to give the IP ranges on an IP
-- interface.
--===============================================================

ipLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured IP ranges for IP ports."
   ::= { switchConfig 11 }

ipLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX IpLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port IP ranges."
   INDEX { ipLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { ipLabelRangeTable 1 }

IpLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      ipLabelRangeIndex            Integer32,
      ipLabelRangeIP               IpAddress,
      ipLabelRangeIPMask           IpAddress
}

ipLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { ipLabelRangeEntry 1 }


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ipLabelRangeIP OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX IpAddress
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the IP address for a particular network."
   ::= { ipLabelRangeEntry 2 }

ipLabelRangeIPMask OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX IpAddress
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the subnet's mask address."
   ::= { ipLabelRangeEntry 3 }

--====================================
-- END OF ipLabelRangeTable
--====================================

numberOfVirtualSwitches OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The number of virtual switches that have been currently
                configured on this switch"
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 1 }


vSwitchConfigTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchConfigEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Each row in this table describes a virtual switch that
                has been created on this switch"
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 2 }

vSwitchConfigEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchConfigEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION " "
   INDEX { vSwitchConfigVsID }
   ::= { vSwitchConfigTable 1 }

VSwitchConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchConfigVsID              Integer32,
      vSwitchAdminStatus             INTEGER,
      vSwitchOperStatus              INTEGER,
      vSwitchNumCtrls                INTEGER,
      vSwitchNumPorts                INTEGER,
      vSwitchNumSynPorts             INTEGER,
      vSwitchPortNumRoutingEntries   INTEGER,
      vSwitchTableOwner              OwnerString,
      vSwitchTableRowStatus          RowStatus

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   }

vSwitchConfigVsID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch within this switch"
   ::= { vSwitchConfigEntry 1 }

vSwitchAdminStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER {
             up(1),
             down(2),
             testing(3)
          }
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The administrative state of the virtual switch.  A
                virtual switch's administrative status can not be up
                until all the necessary parameters for this virtual
                switch have been specified"
   ::={ vSwitchConfigEntry 2 }

vSwitchOperStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER {
             up(1),
             down(2)
          }
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The current operational state of the virtual switch"
   ::={ vSwitchConfigEntry 3 }

vSwitchNumCtrls   OBJECT-TYPE
  SYNTAX INTEGER
  MAX-ACCESS  read-only
  STATUS  current
  DESCRIPTION "The number of controllers for this virtual switch"
  ::= {vSwitchConfigEntry 4}

vSwitchNumPorts OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The number of virtual ports in this virtual switch"
   ::= {vSwitchConfigEntry 5 }

vSwitchNumSynPorts OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX    INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The number of synthetic ports in this virtual switch"
   ::= {vSwitchConfigEntry 6 }

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vSwitchPortNumRoutingEntries OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The number of routing table entries allocated to this
                virtual port from the physical port.  This value is
                used only if the switch has per port routing tables"
   ::= { vSwitchConfigEntry 7 }

vSwitchTableOwner OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX OwnerString
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Standard owner string (rowstatus convention)"
   ::= { vSwitchConfigEntry 8 }

vSwitchTableRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used in creating/deleting the row"
   ::= { vSwitchConfigEntry 9 }

--===============================
-- END OF vSwitchConfigTable
--===============================

vSwitchCtrlConfigTable OBJECT-TYPE
  SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchCtrlConfigEntry
  MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
  STATUS current
  DESCRIPTION "This table gives the controllers configured for the VS"
  ::= {vSwitchConfig 3}

vSwitchCtrlConfigEntry OBJECT-TYPE
  SYNTAX VSwitchCtrlConfigEntry
  MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
  STATUS current
  DESCRIPTION "Configuration for a controller for the VS"
  INDEX { vSwitchCtrlVsID }
  ::= {vSwitchCtrlConfigTable 1}

VSwitchCtrlConfigEntry ::=
  SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchCtrlVsID                      Integer32,
      vSwitchCtrlID                        INTEGER,
      vSwitchSciType                       INTEGER,
      vSwitchNumCurrentControllers         INTEGER,
      vSwitchCtrlConfigTableRowStatus      RowStatus
}

vSwitchCtrlVsID OBJECT-TYPE

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   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch within this switch"
   ::= { vSwitchCtrlConfigEntry 1 }

vSwitchCtrlID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch controller across the
                SCI"
   ::= { vSwitchCtrlConfigEntry 2 }

--=======================================
-- megaco and cops-pr could be added here
--=======================================
vSwitchSciType OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER {
            gsmp(1)
          }
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The switch control protocol used to control this
                virtual switch"
   ::= { vSwitchCtrlConfigEntry 3 }

vSwitchNumCurrentControllers OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The number of controllers currently connected
                to this VS"
   ::= { vSwitchCtrlConfigEntry 4 }

vSwitchCtrlConfigTableRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used in creating/deleting the row"
   ::= { vSwitchCtrlConfigEntry 5 }

--===============================
--END OF vSwitchCtrlConfigTable
--===============================


--===============================================================
-- The table vSwitchCurCtrlsTable gives the Internet
-- addresses by which each of the current controllers for each
-- VS can be contacted.
--===============================================================


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vSwitchCurCtrlsTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchCurCtrlEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the addresses of controllers
                currently connected to a virtual switch."
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 7 }

vSwitchCurCtrlEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchCurCtrlEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The virtual switch and the address of one
                of the currently connected controllers."
   INDEX { vSwitchCurCtrlVS }
   ::= { vSwitchCurCtrlsTable 1 }

VSwitchCurCtrlEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchCurCtrlVS                 Integer32,
      vSwitchCurCtrlAddr               InetAddress,
      vSwitchCurCtrlType               INTEGER
}

vSwitchCurCtrlVS OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch within this switch"
   ::= { vSwitchCurCtrlEntry 1 }

vSwitchCurCtrlAddr OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The Internet address by which this controller can
                be contacted"
   ::= { vSwitchCurCtrlEntry 2 }

vSwitchCurCtrlType OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER {
            gsmp(1)
          }
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The type of connected controller"
   ::= { vSwitchCurCtrlEntry 3 }

--===============================
--END OF vSwitchCurCtrlsTable
--===============================



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--===============================================================
-- The table vSwitchEthernetCtrlTable gives the source MAC
-- address of the controller used to control a virtual switch.
--===============================================================

vSwitchEthernetCtrlTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchEthernetCtrlEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the source MAC of the controller for this
                virtual switch."
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 4 }

vSwitchEthernetCtrlEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchEthernetCtrlEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the source MAC of the controller for this
                virtual switch."
   INDEX { vSwitchEthernetConfigVsID,
           vSwitchEthernetCtrlID }
   ::= { vSwitchEthernetCtrlTable 1 }

VSwitchEthernetCtrlEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchEthernetConfigVsID         Integer32,
      vSwitchEthernetCtrlID             Integer32,
      vSwitchEthernetCtrlSourceMAC      PhysAddress
   }

vSwitchEthernetConfigVsID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch within this switch"
   ::= { vSwitchEthernetCtrlEntry 1 }

vSwitchEthernetCtrlID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch controller across the
                SCI"
   ::= { vSwitchEthernetCtrlEntry 2 }

vSwitchEthernetCtrlSourceMAC OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX PhysAddress
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The source MAC to be used for the controller of this
                virtual switch."
   ::= { vSwitchEthernetCtrlEntry 3 }


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--===============================
--END OF vSwitchEthernetCtrlTable
--===============================


--===============================================================
-- The table vSwitchAtmCtrlTable gives the VPI/VCI labels used by
-- a control protocol to access the virtual switch.
--===============================================================

vSwitchAtmCtrlTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchAtmCtrlEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the VPI/VCI used by a protocol to control
                a virtual switch."
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 5 }

vSwitchAtmCtrlEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchAtmCtrlEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the VPI/VCI used by a protocol to control
                a virtual switch."
   INDEX { vSwitchAtmCtrlLabelIndex }
   ::= { vSwitchAtmCtrlTable 1 }

VSwitchAtmCtrlEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchAtmCtrlLabelIndex         Integer32,
      vSwitchAtmCtrlID                 INTEGER,
      vSwitchAtmCtrlLabelVpi           INTEGER,
      vSwitchAtmCtrlLabelVci           INTEGER
}

vSwitchAtmCtrlLabelIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch within this switch"
   ::= { vSwitchAtmCtrlEntry 1 }

vSwitchAtmCtrlID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch controller across the
                SCI"
   ::= { vSwitchAtmCtrlEntry 2 }

vSwitchAtmCtrlLabelVpi OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write

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   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The VPI on which the control messages are exchanged."
   ::= { vSwitchAtmCtrlEntry 3 }

vSwitchAtmCtrlLabelVci OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The VCI on which the control messages are exchanged."
   ::= { vSwitchAtmCtrlEntry 4 }

--===============================
--END OF vSwitchAtmCtrlTable
--===============================


--===============================================================
-- The table vSwitchTcpCtrlTable gives the TCP port number used by
-- a control protocol to access the virtual switch.
--===============================================================

vSwitchTcpCtrlTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchTcpCtrlEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the TCP port number used by a protocol to
                control a virtual switch."
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 6 }

vSwitchTcpCtrlEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchTcpCtrlEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the TCP port number used by a protocol to
                control a virtual switch."
   INDEX { vSwitchTcpCtrlPortIndex }
   ::= { vSwitchTcpCtrlTable 1 }

VSwitchTcpCtrlEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchTcpCtrlPortIndex        Integer32,
      vSwitchTcpCtrlID               INTEGER,
      vSwitchTcpCtrlPortNumber       INTEGER,
      vSwitchTcpCtrlSourceIP         IpAddress,
      vSwitchTcpCtrlSourceNetmask    IpAddress
}

vSwitchTcpCtrlPortIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch within this switch"
   ::= { vSwitchTcpCtrlEntry 1 }

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vSwitchTcpCtrlID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the virtual switch controller across the
                SCI"
   ::= { vSwitchTcpCtrlEntry 2 }

vSwitchTcpCtrlPortNumber OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The local port number used to control the virtual
                switch."
   ::= { vSwitchTcpCtrlEntry 3 }

vSwitchTcpCtrlSourceIP OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The source subnet or specific IP address from which the
                controller of the virtual switch must originate."
   ::= { vSwitchTcpCtrlEntry 3 }

vSwitchTcpCtrlSourceNetmask OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The source subnet mask (255.255.255.255 to specify a
                specific IP address) from which the controller of the
                virtual switch must originate."
   ::= { vSwitchTcpCtrlEntry 4 }

--===============================
--END OF vSwitchTcpCtrlTable
--===============================

--===============================
--vSwitchPortConfigTable. These are
--only for non-synthetic virtual ports
--===============================

vSwitchPortConfigTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX    SEQUENCE OF VSwitchPortConfigEntry
   MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible
   STATUS    current
   DESCRIPTION "Resource configuration for the virtual ports"
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 8 }

vSwitchPortConfigEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchPortConfigEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible

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   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port resource configured for
                the virtual switch.  The vSwitchPortConfigVSID and
                vSwitchVirtualPortID combination must be unique between
                this table and vSwitchCrossVSTable."
   INDEX { vSwitchPortConfigVSID, vSwitchVirtualPortID }
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigTable 1 }

VSwitchPortConfigEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchPortConfigVSID               Integer32,
      vSwitchVirtualPortID                Integer32,
      vSwitchPhysicalPortNumber           INTEGER,
      vSwitchPortConfigPortNumBWs         INTEGER,
      vSwitchPortConfigNumLabelRanges     INTEGER,
      vSwitchPortConfigRowStatus          RowStatus
   }

vSwitchPortConfigVSID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual switch ID of the virtual switch"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigEntry 1 }

vSwitchVirtualPortID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual port id in that virtual switch"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigEntry 2 }

vSwitchPhysicalPortNumber OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The physical port number that is mapped to virtual
                port"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigEntry 3 }

vSwitchPortConfigPortNumBWs OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Number of equivalent bandwidth pointing to different
               performance targets (packet loss ratio and delay)in both
               incoming and outgoing directions for this port."
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigEntry 4 }

vSwitchPortConfigNumLabelRanges OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-only
   STATUS current

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   DESCRIPTION "Number of label ranges for this port. The label can be
               of different types depending on the interface service
               type."
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigEntry 5 }

vSwitchPortConfigRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used in creating/deleting the row"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigEntry 5 }

--================================
-- END OF vSwitchPortConfigTable
--================================

--===============================================================
-- The table vSwitchConfigBWTable gives the equivalent bandwidth
-- pointing to different service category for input and output at the
-- virtual ports.   The table has 3 indices; virtual switch ID, port ID
-- and Bandwidth ID.
--===============================================================

vSwitchPortConfigBWTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchPortConfigBWEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured bandwidth information
                for the various virtual ports"
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 9 }

vSwitchPortConfigBWEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchPortConfigBWEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the configured bandwidth information
                for the various virtual ports"
   INDEX { vSwitchBWConfigVSID,
           vSwitchBWVirtualPortID,
           vSwitchPortConfigBWID }
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigBWTable 1 }

VSwitchPortConfigBWEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchBWConfigVSID                  Integer32,
      vSwitchBWVirtualPortID               Integer32,
      vSwitchPortConfigBWID                Integer32,
      vSwitchPortConfigEqiBW               INTEGER,
      vSwitchBWPerformanceIndex            INTEGER,
      vSwitchPortConfigBWPortDirection     PortDirection,
      vSwitchPortConfigBWRowStatus         RowStatus
   }


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vSwitchBWConfigVSID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual switch ID of the virtual switch"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigBWEntry 1 }

vSwitchBWVirtualPortID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual port id in the current virtual
                switch"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigBWEntry 2 }

vSwitchPortConfigBWID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..2147483647)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the equivalent bandwidth ID in the current
                virtual switch"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigBWEntry 3 }

vSwitchPortConfigEqiBW OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the equivalent bandwidth assigned
                to this VS "
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigBWEntry 4 }

vSwitchBWPerformanceIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates an entry in the performanceParamTable which
                represents the performance target associated to by this
                equivalent bandwidth "
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigBWEntry 5 }

vSwitchPortConfigBWPortDirection OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX PortDirection
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the direction for which this equivalent
                bandwidth is valid"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigBWEntry 6 }

vSwitchPortConfigBWRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used in creation/deletion of the row"

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   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigBWEntry 7 }

--==================================
-- END OF vSwitchPortConfigBWTable
--==================================


--===============================================================
-- The vSwitchLabelRangeConfigTable gives the label ranges for input
and output
-- at the virtual ports.
-- The tables have 3 indices; virtual switch ID, port ID and Range ID
--===============================================================

vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured label range information
                for the various virtual ports"
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 10 }

vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port label ranges configured
                for the virtual switch."
   INDEX { vSwitchLRTConfigVSID,
           vSwitchLRTVirtualPortID,
           vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeID }
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeTable 1 }

VSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchLRTConfigVSID                   Integer32,
      vSwitchLRTVirtualPortID                Integer32,
      vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeID          Integer32,
      vSwitchPortConfigPortDirection         PortDirection,
      vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeType        INTEGER,
      vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeIndex       INTEGER,
      vSwitchPortConfigLabelRowStatus        RowStatus
   }

vSwitchLRTConfigVSID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual switch ID of the virtual switch"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 1 }

vSwitchLRTVirtualPortID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)

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   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual port id in the current virtual
switch"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 2 }

vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies the label range"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 3 }

vSwitchPortConfigPortDirection OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX PortDirection
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the direction for which this range is valid"
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 4 }

vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeType OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the type of protocol for this label range."
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 5 }

vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "The index into the protocol-dependent label
                range table for this virtual switch."
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 6 }

vSwitchPortConfigLabelRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used in creation/deletion of row."
   ::= { vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeEntry 7 }

--====================================
-- END OF vSwitchPortConfigLabelRangeTable
--====================================

--===============================================================
-- The table vsAtmLabelRangeTable is used to give the VPI/VCI label
ranges
-- at the ATM virtual switch level.
--===============================================================

vsAtmLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE

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   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VsAtmLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured ATM label range information
                for the various switch ports on this virtual switch."
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 11 }

vsAtmLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VsAtmLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port ATM label ranges and
                capabilities."
   INDEX { vsAtmLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeTable 1 }

VsAtmLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vsAtmLabelRangeIndex                  Integer32,
      vsAtmLabelRangeMinVpiVci              VectorString,
      vsAtmLabelRangeMaxVpiVci              VectorString,
      vsAtmLabelRangeAllowsVP               TruthValue,
      vsAtmLabelRangeAllowsP2MP             TruthValue,
      vsAtmLabelRangeAllowsMP2P             TruthValue,
      vsAtmLabelRangeMaxMulticast           INTEGER,
      vsAtmLabelRangeRowStatus              RowStatus
}

vsAtmLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeEntry 1 }

vsAtmLabelRangeMinVpiVci OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VectorString
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Lower bound of the vpi and vci range."
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeEntry 2 }

vsAtmLabelRangeMaxVpiVci OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VectorString
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Upper bound of the vpi and vci range."
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeEntry 3 }

vsAtmLabelRangeAllowsVP OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX TruthValue
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current

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   DESCRIPTION "Indicates whether this label range can be used for VP
                connections."
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeEntry 4 }

vsAtmLabelRangeAllowsP2MP OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX TruthValue
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates whether this label range can be used to
                create point-to-multipoint connections."
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeEntry 5 }

vsAtmLabelRangeAllowsMP2P OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX TruthValue
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates whether this label range can be used to
                create multipoint-to-point connections."
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeEntry 6 }

vsAtmLabelRangeMaxMulticast OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the maximum number of multicast connections
                that can be created within this range."
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeEntry 7 }

vsAtmLabelRangeRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the maximum number of multicast connections
                that can be created within this range."
   ::= { vsAtmLabelRangeEntry 8 }

--====================================
-- END OF vsAtmLabelRangeTable
--====================================


--===============================================================
-- The table vsFrLabelRangeTable is used to give the DLCI label ranges
-- on a Frame Relay interface for a virtual switch.
--===============================================================

vsFrLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VsFrLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured label range information
                for the various frame relay ports."
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 12 }

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vsFrLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VsFrLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port label ranges"
   INDEX { vsFrLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { vsFrLabelRangeTable 1 }

VsFrLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vsFrLabelRangeIndex               Integer32,
      vsFrLabelRangeMinDLCI             INTEGER,
      vsFrLabelRangeMaxDLCI             INTEGER,
      vsFrLabelRangeRowStatus           RowStatus
}

vsFrLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { vsFrLabelRangeEntry 1 }

vsFrLabelRangeMinDLCI OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Lower bound of the DLCI range for this Frame Relay
                interface."
   ::= { vsFrLabelRangeEntry 2 }

vsFrLabelRangeMaxDLCI OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Upper bound of the DLCI range for this Frame Relay
                interface."
   ::= { vsFrLabelRangeEntry 3 }

vsFrLabelRangeRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used to create and delete this row."
   ::= { vsFrLabelRangeEntry 4 }

--====================================
-- END OF vsFrLabelRangeTable
--====================================

--===============================================================


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-- The table vsVlanLabelRangeTable is used to give the VLAN ID label
ranges
-- on a VLAN-aware Ethernet interface for a virtual switch.
--===============================================================

vsVlanLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VsVlanLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured label range information
                for the VLAN-aware Ethernet ports."
   ::= { switchConfig 13 }

vsVlanLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VsVlanLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port VLAN ID ranges"
   INDEX { vsVlanLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { vsVlanLabelRangeTable 1 }

VsVlanLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vsVlanLabelRangeIndex               Integer32,
      vsVlanLabelRangeMinID               INTEGER,
      vsVlanLabelRangeMaxID               INTEGER,
      vsVlanLabelRangeRowStatus           RowStatus
}

vsVlanLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { vsVlanLabelRangeEntry 1 }

vsVlanLabelRangeMinID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Lower bound of the VLAN ID range on this VLAN-aware
                Ethernet switch interface."
   ::= { vsVlanLabelRangeEntry 2 }

vsVlanLabelRangeMaxID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Upper bound of the VLAN ID range on this VLAN-aware
                Ethernet switch interface."
   ::= { vsVlanLabelRangeEntry 3 }

vsVlanLabelRangeRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

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   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used to create and delete this row."
   ::= { vsVlanLabelRangeEntry 4 }

--====================================
-- END OF vsVlanLabelRangeTable
--====================================


--===============================================================
-- The table mplsLabelRangeTable is used to give the label ranges
-- on a MPLS interface.
--===============================================================

vsMplsLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VsMplsLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured label range information
                for MPLS ports."
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 14 }

vsMplsLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VsMplsLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port MPLS ranges."
   INDEX { vsMplsLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { vsMplsLabelRangeTable 1 }

VsMplsLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vsMplsLabelRangeIndex               Integer32,
      vsMplsLabelRangeMinID               INTEGER,
      vsMplsLabelRangeMaxID               INTEGER,
      vsMplsLabelRangeRowStatus           RowStatus
}

vsMplsLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."
   ::= { vsMplsLabelRangeEntry 1 }

vsMplsLabelRangeMinID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Lower bound of the MPLS label range."
   ::= { vsMplsLabelRangeEntry 2 }

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vsMplsLabelRangeMaxID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Upper bound of the MPLS label range."
   ::= { vsMplsLabelRangeEntry 3 }

vsMplsLabelRangeRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used to create or delete this row."
   ::= { vsMplsLabelRangeEntry 4 }

--====================================
-- END OF vsMplsLabelRangeTable
--====================================


--===============================================================
-- The table vsIpLabelRangeTable is used to give the IP ranges on an IP
-- interface for a virtual switch.
--===============================================================

vsIpLabelRangeTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VsIpLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Table giving the configured IP ranges for IP ports."
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 15 }

vsIpLabelRangeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VsIpLabelRangeEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table gives the per port IP ranges."
   INDEX { vsIpLabelRangeIndex }
   ::= { vsIpLabelRangeTable 1 }

VsIpLabelRangeEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vsIpLabelRangeIndex           Integer32,
      vsIpLabelRangeIP              IpAddress,
      vsIpLabelRangeIPMask          IpAddress,
      vsIpLabelRangeRowStatus       RowStatus
}

vsIpLabelRangeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Index into this table."

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   ::= { vsIpLabelRangeEntry 1 }

vsIpLabelRangeIP OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX IpAddress
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the IP address for a particular network."
   ::= { vsIpLabelRangeEntry 2 }

vsIpLabelRangeIPMask OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX IpAddress
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Indicates the subnet's mask address."
   ::= { vsIpLabelRangeEntry 3 }

vsIpLabelRangeRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX RowStatus
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Used for creating and deleting this row."
   ::= { vsIpLabelRangeEntry 4 }

--====================================
-- END OF vsIpLabelRangeTable
--====================================

--==========================================================
-- The vSwitchCrossVSTable contains rows that describe a
-- synthetic connection between two virtual switches.  To each of
-- these switches, a synthetic port is added.  This synthetic port
-- will appear as a real virtual port to the protocol managing the
-- virtual switch.  As such, characteristics of the connection
-- have to be specified, e.g., link type (ATM, ethernet).
--
-- Some normal characteristics of a link do not need to be
-- specified because they can be computed dynamically by the switch.
-- For example, the bandwidth of the port can be computed as the
-- sum of the bandwidths of the other ports of the VS.  This
-- bandwidth is necessary and sufficient to guarantee that the
-- synthetic port does not become an artificial bottleneck.
--==========================================================
vSwitchCrossVSTable OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF VSwitchCrossVSEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This table manages the virtual connection configured
                between two VSs"
   ::= { vSwitchConfig 17 }

vSwitchCrossVSEntry OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX VSwitchCrossVSEntry
   MAX-ACCESS not-accessible

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   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Configuration for each virtual connection in the
                switch"
   INDEX { vSwitchVConnectID }
   ::= { vSwitchCrossVSTable 1}

VSwitchCrossVSEntry ::=
   SEQUENCE {
      vSwitchVConnectID                Integer32,
      vSwitchVConnect1VSID             Integer32,
      vSwitchVConnect1PortID           Integer32,
      vSwitchVConnect2VSID             Integer32,
      vSwitchVConnect2PortID           Integer32,
      vSwitchVLinkType                 INTEGER
}

vSwitchVConnectID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Identifies this virtual connection"
   ::= { vSwitchCrossVSEntry 1 }

vSwitchVConnect1VSID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual switch ID of the first virtual
                switch attached to this synthetic connection."
   ::= { vSwitchCrossVSEntry 2 }

vSwitchVConnect1PortID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual port id associated with this
                synthetic connection in virtual switch
                vSwitchVConnect1VSID."
   ::= { vSwitchCrossVSEntry 3 }

vSwitchVConnect2VSID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual switch ID of the second virtual
                switch attached to this synthetic connection."
   ::= { vSwitchCrossVSEntry 4 }

vSwitchVConnect2PortID OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX Integer32 (1..65536)
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "This is the virtual port id associated with this

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                synthetic connection in virtual switch
                vSwitchVConnect2VSID."
   ::= { vSwitchCrossVSEntry 5 }

vSwitchVLinkType OBJECT-TYPE
   SYNTAX INTEGER {
        ethernet(1),
        atm(2),
        frame-relay(3)
   }
   MAX-ACCESS read-write
   STATUS current
   DESCRIPTION "Specifies the layer-2 link type that the virtual ports
                associated with this synthetic connection will appear
                to be."
   ::= { vSwitchCrossVSEntry 6 }

END

5.   Security Considerations

   Security issues are not addressed in this document.

6.   Authors' Addresses

        Todd A. Anderson
        Intel
        2111 NE 25th Avenue
        Hillsboro, OR 97124 USA
        Phone: +1 503 712 1760
        Email: todd.a.anderson@intel.com

        Avri Doria
        Nortel Networks
        600 Technology Park Drive
        Billerica  MA 01821
        Phone: +1 401 663 5024
        Email: avri@nortelnetworks.com

        Jiang Yong
        Telia Research AB
        123 86 Farsta
        Sweden
        Phone: +46 (0) 8 713 81 25
        Email: yong.b.jiang@telia.se

        Jerry Sydir
        CPlane Inc.
        5150 El Camino Real Suite B-31
        Los Altos, CA 94022
        Phone: +1 650 938 8066 x102
        Email: sydir@cplane.com


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        Balaji Srinivasan
        CPlane Inc.
        5150 El Camino Real Suite B-31
        Los Altos, CA 94022
        phone: +1 650 938 8066 x103
        Email: balaji@cplane.com

7.   References

   [MSF-VSMIB]  T. Anderson, et. al., "Proposal for the Switch
   Partitioning MIB", Multiservice Switching Forum 2001.008.











































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