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INTERNET-DRAFT                            EXPIRATION DATE: DECEMBER 13 1996

       Management Information Base for Frame Relay DTE Extensions for SVC's and
       Data Compression over Frame Relay

                draft-cochrane-frmib-dte-00.txt


                              Don Cochrane

                              Cabletron Sys, Inc.
                              35E Industrial Way, 1st Floor
                              Rochester New Hampshire, 03867

                            cochrane@ctron.com



                                    Moji kashef

                              Cabletron Sys, Inc.
                              35E Industrial Way, 1st Floor
                              Rochester New Hampshire, 03867

                            kashef@ctron.com



        1.  Status of this Memo

        This document is an Internet-Draft.  Internet-Drafts are
        working documents of the Internet Engineering Task Force
        (IETF), its areas, and its working groups.  Note that other
        groups may also distribute working documents as Internet-
        Drafts.

        Internet-Drafts are draft documents valid for a maximum of six
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        This draft document will be submitted to the RFC editor as an
        extension to the SNMP MIB.  Please send comments to the
        authors, copying iplpdn@cnri.reston.va.us.  It expires Dec
        1996.



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        2.  Abstract

        This memo defines a portion of the Management Information Base
        (MIB) for use with network management protocols in TCP/IP-
        based internets.  In particular, it defines objects for
        managing Frame Relay Switched Virtual Circuit's and Data
        Compression over a Frame Relay virtual circuit.
        This memo does not specify a standard for the Internet
        community.



        3.  The SNMPv2 Network Management Framework

        The major components of the SNMPv2 Network Management
        framework are described in the documents listed below.

        o    RFC 1902 [1] defines the Structure of Management
             Information (SMI), the mechanisms used for describing and
             naming objects for the purpose of management.

        o    STD 17, RFC 1213 [2] defines MIB-II, the core set of
             managed objects (MO) for the Internet suite of protocols.

        o    RFC 1905 [3] defines the protocol used for network access
             to managed objects.

        o    RFC 1315 [4] defines the protocol used for managing
             Frame Relay DTE's.

        The framework is adaptable/extensible by defining new MIBs to
        suit  the requirements of specific
        applications/protocols/situations.

        Managed objects are accessed via a virtual information store,
        the  MIB.  Objects  in  the  MIB  are  defined  using the
        subset of Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) defined in the
        SMI. In particular, each object type is named by an OBJECT
        IDENTIFIER, which is an administratively assigned name. The
        object  type  together  with  an  object  instance  serves  to
        uniquely  identify  a  specific  instantiation  of the object.
        For human convenience, often a textual string, termed the
        descriptor, is  used  to refer to the object type.






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        4.  Overview

        4.1.  Frame Relay Extensions for SVC's and Data Compression

        This MIB addresses the instances needed to be able to manage both the
        Frame Relay Forum's Implementation agreements for SVC's (FRF.4)
        and Data Compression (FRF.9).


        5.  Definitions

        FRAME-RELAY-DTE-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

        IMPORTS
                    MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, Counter32,
                    Integer32, NOTIFICATION-TYPE             FROM SNMPv2-SMI
                    TEXTUAL-CONVENTION, RowStatus, TimeStamp FROM SNMPv2-TC
                    MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP          FROM SNMPv2-CONF
                    transmission                             FROM RFC1213-MIB
                    InterfaceIndex                           FROM IF-MIB;



























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-- 5.1 Switched Virtual Circuit Link Connection Management Interface Table

      frSvcDlcmiTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX   SEQUENCE OF frSvcDlcmiEntry
         ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS   current
         DESCRIPTION
          "The Parameters for the Switched Virtual Circuit
          Link Connection Management Interface
          for the frame relay service on this
               interface."
         ::= { frame-relay 7 }

         frSvcDlcmiEntry OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   FrSvcDlcmiEntry
             ACCESS   not-accessible
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The information regarding a single switched Data
                Link Connection Management Interface."
            INDEX { frSvcDlcmiIfIndex }
            ::= { frSvcDlcmiTable 1 }

         FrSvcDlcmiEntry ::=
             SEQUENCE {
        --
        -- Standard Interface Index parameter
        --
                 frSvcDlcmiIfIndex
                     Index,
                 frSvcDlcmiState
                     INTEGER,
        --
        -- Q.933 Parameters
        --
                 frSvcDlcmiMaxNumCalls
                     INTEGER,
           frSvcDlcmiCallSetupTimer
                     INTEGER,
           frSvcDlcmiCallProceedingTimer
                     INTEGER,
           frSvcDlcmiCallDisconnectTimer
                     INTEGER,
           frSvcDlcmiCallReleaseTimer
                     INTEGER,
           frSvcDlcmiStatusEnquiryTimer
                     INTEGER,
           frSvcDlcmiErrorThreshold
                     INTEGER,

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        --
        -- Q.922 Parameters
        --
                 frSvcDlcmiQ922Enable
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcDlcmiIdleTimer
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcDlcmiRetransmissionTimer
                     TimeTicks,
                 frSvcDlcmiNumberOfRetransmissions
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcDlcmiMaxInformationFieldSize
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcDlcmiMaxOutstandingIFrames
                     INTEGER
        }

         frSvcDlcmiIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX   Index
            MAX-ACCESS   read-only
            STATUS   current
            DESCRIPTION
               "The ifIndex value of the corresponding ifEntry."
            ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 1 }

         frSvcDlcmiStateOBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER {
                Q.933 SVC(1) -- Std SVC implementation
             }
             ACCESS   read-create
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This variable states which Data Link Connection
               Management scheme is on the Frame Relay
               switched interface."
         ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 2 }

         frSvcDlcmiMaxNumCalls OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates the maximum number of calls
        allowed on the interface."
         ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 3 }






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         frSvcDlcmiCallSetupTimer OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This timer is started when the CALL SETUP
            message is sent. The timer is stopped when
            the sender receives a CALL PROCEEDING
            message. If the timer, expressed in
            seconds, expires, it is retried
            once before the call is cleared."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 9.2: Timer T303."
                 DEFVAL {4}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 4 }

         frSvcDlcmiCallProceedingTimer OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This timer is started when the CALL
            PROCEEDING message is sent. The timer
            is stopped when the sender
            receives a CALL CONNECT message. If
            the timer, expressed in seconds,
            expires, the call is cleared."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 9.2: Timer T310."
                 DEFVAL {10}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 5 }
















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         frSvcDlcmiCallDisconnectTimer OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This timer is started when the
            DISCONNECT message is sent. The timer
            is stopped when the sender
            receives a RELEASE message. The sender
            then responds with a RELEASE COMPLETE
            message. If the timer, expressed in
            seconds, expires, the sender starts
            up Timer T308, and sends a RELEASE
            message."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 9.2: Timer T305."
                 DEFVAL {30}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 6 }

         frSvcDlcmiCallReleaseTimer OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This timer is started if timer
            T305 expires. This timer
            is stopped when the sender
            receives a RELEASE message. If
            the timer, expressed in seconds,
            expires, the timer sequence is
            reinitiated. If the timer
            expires a second time the call is
            cleared."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 9.2: Timer T308."
                 DEFVAL {4}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 7 }










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         frSvcDlcmiStatusEnquiryTimer OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This timer is started when a STATUS
            ENQUIRY message is sent. If a STATUS
            message is received, the timer will be
            stopped. If the Timer expires it may be
            retried an implementation specific number
            (n) of times. Upon expiry of (n), the
            call is cleared."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 9.2: Timer T322."
                 DEFVAL {4}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 8 }

         frSvcDlcmiErrorThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This is the implementation specific
            number of times that the STATUS
            ENQUIRY Timer, T322, will be retried.
                REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931, Section 9.2."
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 9 }

         frSvcDlcmiQ922Enable OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER {
                Q.922 disabled(0)
                Q.922 enabled(1)
             }
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This turns the protocol stack on or off."
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 10 }

         frSvcDlcmiIdleTimer OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This is the maximum time allowed
            without any frames being exchanged."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.921,
               Section 5.9 / Q.922 Section
                   5.9: Timer T203."
                 DEFVAL {30}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 11 }

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         frSvcDlcmiRetransmissionTimer OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   TimeTicks
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This is the re-transmission timer.
                It is started upon transmission of
            frames. When a response is received,
                the timer will be shut down. If the
            timer expires (1.5 seconds), it may
            be retried N200 times. When N200
            times have been reached, a
            DL-RELEASE message will be sent to
            the Layer 3 entity."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.921,
               Section 5.9 / Q.922 Section
                   5.9: Timer T200."
                 DEFVAL {1500}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 12 }

         frSvcDlcmiNumberOfRetransmissions OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This value indicates the number of
            times T200 timer will be retried.
            When N200 times have been reached,
                a DL-RELEASE message will be sent
            to the Layer 3 entity."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.921,
               Section 5.9 / Q.922 Section
                   5.9: N200."
                 DEFVAL {3}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 13 }

         frSvcDlcmiInformationFieldSize OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This value indicates the maximum
            number of octets in an information field."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.921,
               Section 5.9 / Q.922 Section
                   5.9: N201."
                 DEFVAL {260}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 14 }
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         frSvcDlcmiMaxOutstandingIFrames OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER (1 .. 127)
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This value indicates the maximum
            number of sequentially numbered I
            frames that may be outstanding
            (that is, unacknowledged) at any
            given time. This number shall not
            exceed 127. For a 16Kbps link: k =
            3, 64Kbps: k = 7, 384Kbps: k = 32,
            1.5Mbps/1.92Mbps: k = 40."
                 REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.921,
               Section 5.9 / Q.922 Section
                   5.9: k."
                 DEFVAL {7}
           ::= { frSvcDlcmiEntry 15 }


     -- 5.2 Switched Virtual Circuit Table

     -- The table describing the use of the DLCIs attached to
     -- each Switched Frame Relay Interface.

     frSvcTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX   SEQUENCE OF FrCircuitEntry
         ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS   current
         DESCRIPTION
            "A table containing information about specific Data
            Link Connection Identifiers and corresponding switched
            virtual circuits."
         ::= { frame-relay 8 }

         frSvcEntry OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   FrSvcEntry
             ACCESS   not-accessible
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The information regarding a single  switched Data
                Link Connection Identifier."
            INDEX { frSvcIfIndex, frSvcDlci }
            ::= { frSvcTable 1 }




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         FrSvcEntry ::=
             SEQUENCE {
        --
        -- Standard Circuit parameters
        --
                 frSvcIfIndex
                     Index,
                 frSvcDlci
                     DLCI,
                 frSvcReceivedFECNs
                     Counter,
                 frSvcReceivedBECNs
                     Counter,
                 frSvcSentFrames
                     Counter,
                 frSvcSentOctets
                     Counter,
                 frSvcReceivedFrames
                     Counter,
                 frSvcReceivedOctets
                     Counter,
                 frSvcCreationTime
                     TimeTicks,
        --
        -- Link Layer Core Parameters
        --
                 frSvcIncomingFmifSize
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcOutgoingFmifSize
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcIncomingCommittedBurst
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcOutgoingCommittedBurst
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcIncomingExcessBurst
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcOutgoingExcessBurst
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcIncomingThroughput
                     INTEGER,









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                 frSvcOutgoingThroughput
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcIncomingMinThroughput
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcOutgoingMinThroughput
                     INTEGER,
        --
        -- Q.933 Parameters
        --
                 frSvcState
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcCallReferenceValue
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcCallingAddress
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcCallingSubAddress
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcCalledAddress
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcCalledSubAddress
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcConnectedAddress
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcConnectedSubAddress
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcCallSetup
                     INTEGER,
                 frSvcCallOrigination
                     INTEGER
        }

         frSvcIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   Index
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The ifIndex Value of the ifEntry this  virtual
                circuit is layered onto."
            ::= { frSvcEntry 1 }

         frSvcDlci OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   DLCI
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The Data Link Connection Identifier  for  this
                virtual circuit."
           ::= { frSvcEntry 2 }





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         frSvcReceivedFECNs OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   Counter
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Number of frames received from the network in-
                dicating  forward  congestion since the virtual
                circuit was created."
            REFERENCE
               "Draft American National  Standard  T1.618-1991,
               Section 3.3.3"
           ::= { frSvcEntry 3 }

         frSvcReceivedBECNs OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   Counter
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Number of frames received from the network in-
                dicating  backward congestion since the virtual
                circuit was created."
            REFERENCE
               "Draft American National  Standard  T1.618-1991,
               Section 3.3.4"
           ::= { frSvcEntry 4 }

        frSvcSentFrames OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   Counter
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The number of frames sent  from  this  virtual
                circuit since it was created."
            ::= { frSvcEntry 5 }

         frSvcSentOctets OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   Counter
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The number of octets sent  from  this  virtual
                circuit since it was created."
            ::= { frSvcEntry 6 }






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         frSvcReceivedFrames OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   Counter
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Number of frames received  over  this  virtual
                circuit since it was created."
            ::= { frSvcEntry 7 }

         frSvcReceivedOctets OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   Counter
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Number of octets received  over  this  virtual
                circuit since it was created."
            ::= { frSvcEntry 8 }

         frSvcCreationTime OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   TimeTicks
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The value of sysUpTime when the  virtual  cir-
                cuit was created.
            ::= { frSvcEntry 9 }

         frSvcIncomingMaxFmifSize OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This variable indicates the maximum amount  of
                end user data octets in a frame for in the calling
                user to the called user direction."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
           DEFVAL   { 262 }
            ::= { frSvcEntry 10 }









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         frSvcOutgoingMaxFmifSize OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This variable indicates the maximum amount  of
                end user data octets in a frame for in the called
                user to the calling user direction."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
           DEFVAL   { 262 }
           ::= { frSvcEntry 11 }

         frSvcIncomingCommittedBurst OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This variable indicates the maximum amount  of
                data,  in  bits,  that  the  network  agrees to
                accept under normal  conditions,  during  the
                measurement interval."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
           DEFVAL   { 0 }  -- the default indicates no commitment
           ::= { frSvcEntry 12 }

         frSvcOutgoingCommittedBurst OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This variable indicates the maximum amount  of
                data,  in  bits,  that  the  network  agrees to
                transfer under normal  conditions,  during  the
                measurement interval."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
           DEFVAL   { 0 }  -- the default indicates no commitment
           ::= { frSvcEntry 13 }






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         frSvcIncomingExcessBurst OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This variable indicates the maximum amount  of
                uncommitted data bits that the network will at-
                tempt to receive over the measurement interval.
                By default, if not configured when creating the
                entry, the Excess Information Burst Size is set
                to the value of ifSpeed."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
                   ::= { frSvcEntry 14 }

         frSvcOutgoingExcessBurst OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "This variable indicates the maximum amount  of
                uncommitted data bits that the network will at-
                tempt to deliver over the measurement interval.
                By default, if not configured when creating the
                entry, the Excess Information Burst Size is set
                to the value of ifSpeed."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
                   ::= { frSvcEntry 15 }

         frSvcIncomingThroughput OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Throughput is the average number of 'Frame Re-
                lay  Information  Field'  bits  received per
                second across a user network interface  to the
                calling user, measured over the measurement inter-
                val.
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
           DEFVAL {0}  -- the default value of Throughput is
                       -- "no commitment".
           ::= { frSvcEntry 16 }


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         frSvcOutgoingThroughput OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Throughput is the average number of 'Frame Re-
                lay  Information  Field'  bits  transferred per
                second across a user network interface  from the
                calling user, measured over the measurement inter-
                val.
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
           DEFVAL {0}  -- the default value of Throughput is
                       -- "no commitment".
           ::= { frSvcEntry 17 }

         frSvcIncomingMinThroughput OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Minimum Acceptable Throughput is the lowest
                throughput value, in the direction to the
                calling user, expressed in bits per second,
                that the calling user is willing to accept for
                the call. If the network or the called user is
                unable to support this throughput, the call
                will be cleared."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
           DEFVAL {0}  -- the default value of Throughput is
                       -- "no commitment".
           ::= { frSvcEntry 18 }














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         frSvcOutgoingMinThroughput OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Minimum Acceptable Throughput is the lowest
                throughput value, in the direction from the
                calling user, expressed in bits per second,
                that the calling user is willing to accept for
                the call. If the network or the called user is
                unable to support this throughput, the call
                will be cleared."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.933,
               Section 4.5.19"
           ::= { frSvcEntry 19 }

         frSvcState OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER{
                                inProcess(0)
                                complete(1),
                                 }
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates whether the Connection has
                been completed and data can proceed (1),
                or if the call setup is still in process (0)."
           ::= { frSvcEntry 20 }

         frSvcCallReferenceValue OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates the call identity number of the call
                on the interface."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 4.5.6"
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         frSvcCallingAddress OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates the address of the calling
            party."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 4.5.9"
           ::= { frSvcEntry 22 }

         frSvcCallingSubAddress OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates the sub-address of the
            calling party."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 4.5.10"
           ::= { frSvcEntry 23 }


         frSvcCalledAddress OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates the address of the called
            party."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 4.5.7"
           ::= { frSvcEntry 24 }

         frSvcCalledSubAddress OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates the sub-address of the
            called party."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 4.5.8"
           ::= { frSvcEntry 25 }

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         frSvcCallSetup OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER{
                                setup(1),
                                disconnect(2)                                                                                   }
             ACCESS   read-write
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates whether the call should
            be Setup or Disconnected."
           ::= { frSvcEntry 26 }

         frSvcCallOrigination OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   INTEGER{
                                remote(0),
                                local(1)
                                 }
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates the direction of the call.
                    identifies the circuit as the calling
                    (local) or the called side (remote)."
            REFERENCE
               "ITU-T Standard Q.931,
               Section 4.5.9"
           ::= { frSvcEntry 27 }

-- 5.3 Extensions For Data Compression over Frame Relay  Table

frDcpTable OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX   SEQUENCE OF FrDcpEntry
         ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS   current
         DESCRIPTION
            "A table containing information about specific Data
            Link Connection Identifiers and corresponding
            virtual circuits in reference to  Data Compression
            over Frame Relay. "
         ::= { frame-relay 9 }









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         frDcpEntry OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   FrDcpEntry
             ACCESS   not-accessible
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The information regarding a single switched Data
                Link Connection Identifier."
            INDEX { frDcpIfIndex, frDcpDlci }
            ::= { frDcpTable 1 }


        FrDcpEntry ::=
             SEQUENCE {
        --
        -- Data Compression Circuit parameters
        --
                 frDcpIfIndex
                     Index,
                 frDcpDlci
                     DLCI,
                 frDcpEnable
                      INTEGER,
                 frDcpStatus
                      INTEGER,
                 frDcpRatio
                      OCTET STRING
        }


         frDcpIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   Index
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The ifIndex Value of the ifEntry this  virtual
                circuit is layered onto."
            ::= { frDcpEntry 1 }










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        frDcpDlci OBJECT-TYPE
             SYNTAX   DLCI
             ACCESS   read-only
             STATUS   current
             DESCRIPTION
                "The Data Link Connection Identifier  for  this
                virtual circuit."
           ::= { frDcpEntry 2 }

        frDcpEnable OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                    on (1),
                    off (2)          -- default
                    }
            ACCESS  read-write
            STATUS  mandatory
            DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates whether data compression should take place on
                this particular end side virtual circuit.
            ::= { frDcpEntry 3 }

        frDcpStatus OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                    on (1),
                    off (2)
                    }
            ACCESS  read-only
            STATUS  mandatory
            DESCRIPTION
                "On indicates that the compression has been successfully
                 negotiated and is operating. Off indicates that the
                 compression negotiation has failed and compression is not
                 operating at this time, or compression has been terminated
                 by either peer."
            ::= { frDcpEntry 4 }

        frDcpRatio OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  OCTET STRING (SIZE (5))
            ACCESS  read-only
            STATUS  mandatory
            DESCRIPTION
                "The ratio of uncompressed to compressed transmitted data. If
                data compression status is off, 1:1 will be displayed"
            ::= { frDcpEntry 5 }





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        6.  Acknowledgements

        Special thanks to James Watt of Newbridge Networks for his
        fine suggestions.

        7.  References

        [1]  SNMPv2 Working Group, Case, J., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M.,
             and S. Waldbusser, "Structure of Management Information
             for Version 2 of the Simple Network Management Protocol
             (SNMPv2)", RFC 1902, January 1996.

        [2]  McCloghrie, K., and M. Rose, Editors, "Management
             Information Base for Network Management of TCP/IP-based
             internets: MIB-II", STD 17, RFC 1213, Hughes LAN Systems,
             Performance Systems International, March 1991.

        [3]  Case, J., Fedor, M., Schoffstall, M., and J. Davin. " A
             Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)", STD 15, RFC
             1157, SNMP Research, Performance Systems International,
             MIT Lab for Computer Science, May 1990.

        [4]  SNMPv2 Working Group, Case, J., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M.,
             and S. Waldbusser, "Protocol Operations for Version 2 of
             the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMPv2)", RFC
             1905, January 1996.

        [5]  McCloghrie, K. and F. Kastenholz, "Evolution of the
             Interfaces Group of MIB-II", RFC 1573, Hughes LAN
             Systems, FTP Software, January 1994.

        [6]  T. Bradley, C. Brown, A. Malis, "Multiprotocol
             Interconnect over Frame Relay", RFC 1490, 07/26/1993.

        [7]  International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative
             Committee, "ISDN Data Link Layer Specification for Frame
             Mode Bearer Services", CCITT Recommendation Q.922,
             April 1991.

        [8]  International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative
             Committee, "ISDN User-Network Interface-Datab Link
                   Layer Specification ", CCITT Recommendation Q.921,
             April 1991.

        [9]  International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative
             Committee, "Signalling Specification for Frame Mode
             Basic Call Control", CCITT Recommendation Q.933,
             March 1993.

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        [10]  International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative
             Committee, "ISDN User-Network Interface Layer 3
                   Specification for Basic Call Control",
             CCITT Recommendation Q.931,
             March 1993.



        Table of Contents


        1 Status of this Memo ...................................    1
        2 Abstract ..............................................    2
        3 The SNMPv2 Network Management Framework ...............    2
        4 Overview ..............................................    3
        4.1 Frame Relay DTE Extensions for Switched Virtual Circuits
        and Data Compression over Frame Relay ...................    3
        5 Definitions ...........................................    3
        5.1 Switched Virtual Circuit Data Link Connection Management
        Interface ...............................................    4
        5.2 Switched Virtual Circuit Table ......................   10
        5.3 Data Compression over Frame Relay Table .............   20
        6 Acknowledgements ......................................   23
        7 References ............................................   23
























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