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                 ISO/CCITT and Internet Management Coexistence (IIMC):
     
                      Translation of Internet MIB-II (RFC1213)
                                to ISO/CCITT GDMO MIB
     
                                    (IIMCMIB-II)
     
     
                                   February, 1994
     
     
                                Lee LaBarre (Editor)
     
                                The MITRE Corporation
                                   Burlington Road
                                  Bedford, MA 01730
                                cel@mbunix.mitre.org
     
     
            Status of this Memo
     
            This document provides information to the network and
            systems management community.  This document is intended as
            a contribution to ongoing work in the area of multi-protocol
            management coexistence and interworking.  This document is
            part of a package; see also [IIMCOMIBTRANS] [IIMCIMIBTRANS]
            [IIMCPROXY] and [IIMCSEC]. Distribution of this document is
            unlimited. Comments should be sent to the Network Management
            Forum IIMC working group (iimc@thumper.bellcore.com).
     
            This document is an Internet Draft.  Internet Drafts are
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            Abstract
     
            This document is intended to facilitate the multi-protocol
            management coexistence and interworking for networks that
            are managed using the ISO/CCITT Common Management
            Information Protocol (CMIP) and networks that are managed
            using the Internet Simple Network Management Protocol
            (SNMP).  This document contains the ISO/CCITT GDMO
            definition and registration of MIB-II as derived from the
            Internet MIB-II [14], according to the procedures defined in
            "Translation of Internet MIBs to ISO/CCITT GDMO MIBs" [19].
            In addition, this document includes a translated
            IPForwarding Table as derived from the Internet definition
            in [15].
     
            Table of Contents
     
     
            1. INTRODUCTION ..........................................1
     
               1.1  PROBLEM STATEMENT.................................1
     
               1.2  OVERVIEW OF IIMC..................................2
     
               1.3  MIB TRANSLATION PROCEDURES........................3
     
               1.4  NATIVE MANAGEMENT MODEL...........................3
     
               1.5  PROXY MANAGEMENT MODEL............................5
     
               1.6  SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT............................6
     
               1.7  TERMS AND CONVENTIONS.............................6
     
            2. IIMCMIB-II MIB ........................................8
     
               -- 2.1  IIMCMIB-II GDMO TEMPLATES......................9
                  -- 2.1.1  IIMCMIB-II Managed Object Classes ........9
                  -- 2.1.2  IIMCMIB-II Attributes ....................20
                  -- 2.1.3  IIMCMIB-II Name Bindings .................87
     
               -- 2.2  IIMCMIB-II ASN.1 MODULE........................93
     
            3. CONFORMANCE ...........................................98
     
            ANNEX A (NORMATIVE): MANAGED OBJECT CONFORMANCE
               STATEMENTS (MOCS)......................................A-1
     
            ANNEX B: GLOSSARY ........................................B-1
     
            ANNEX C: REFERENCES ......................................C-1
     
     
     
     
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            List of Figures
     
            FIGURE 1. MIB TRANSLATION ................................3
     
            FIGURE 2. NATIVE MANAGEMENT ..............................4
     
            FIGURE 3. PROXY MANAGEMENT ...............................5
     
     
                                  REVISION HISTORY
     
     
            Issue 1.0, October 1993
     
            This is the first issue of this document. The internet draft
            <draft-labarre-iimc-mibii-04>, dated February, 1994, is
            identical in content to Issue 1.0, October 1993. It has been
            reformatted for posting as an internet draft.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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                                   1. INTRODUCTION
     
            This section provides an overview of ISO/CCITT and Internet
            Management Coexistence (IIMC) activities, insight into the
            problem being addressed by IIMC, and a brief introduction to
            the strategy adopted by IIMC: use of translated MIBs in
            either a proxy or native implementation. The section
            concludes by describing the scope of this document, and
            terms and conventions used by this document.
     
     
     
            1.1  PROBLEM STATEMENT
     
            The need for enterprise network management has been
            addressed by development of network management standards
            within various communities, most notably the ISO/CCITT and
            Internet communities.
     
            *  The ISO/CCITT community developed the Common Management
               Information Protocol (CMIP) [5], and related SMI
               documents [7,8,9].
     
            *  The Internet community developed the Simple Network
               Management Protocol (SNMP) [12], and its successor,
               SNMPv2 [18]. The Internet SMI is defined in [11] and
               [17].
     
            These standards share a nearly common management model, but
            diverge due to differing management philosophies. Although
            functionally similar, the Internet and ISO/CCITT protocols
            and SMIs differ in terms of their complexity and specific
            operations. Business requirements for end-to-end enterprise
            management include the need to integrate the management of
            many different devices, potentially owned or administered by
            many independent organizations. This requires components to
            be accessed by ISO/CCITT management, Internet management,
            and proprietary management mechanisms in a manner which
            presents a unified view of the network, despite protocol and
            SMI differences.
     
            For example, many telecommunications and computer vendors,
            represented by organizations such as the Network Management
            Forum (NMF), and the U.S. government, as specified in the
            Government Network Management Profile (GNMP) Version 1.0
            [24], have based their enterprise management model on the
            ISO/CCITT management model. These organizations are
            particularly interested in integrated management of devices
            that use the Internet management. This interest is primarily
            due to the widespread commercial implementation and use of
     
     
     
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            such devices, especially devices that use the Internet
            TCP/IP protocol suite.
     
     
     
            1.2  OVERVIEW OF IIMC
     
            The ISO/CCITT and Internet Management Coexistence (IIMC)
            package includes the following documents.
     
            IIMCIMIBTRANS  Translation of Internet MIBs to ISO/CCITT
                           GDMO MIBs [19]
     
            IIMCOMIBTRANS  Translation of ISO/CCITT GDMO MIBs to
                           Internet MIBs [22]
     
            IIMCMIB-II     Translation of Internet MIB-II (RFC1213) to
                           ISO/CCITT GDMO MIB
     
            IIMCPROXY      ISO/CCITT to Internet Management Proxy [20]
     
            IIMCSEC        ISO/CCITT to Internet Management Security[21]
     
            These documents together comprise a package aimed at
            integrating ISO/CCITT-based and Internet-based management
            systems.
     
            IIMC specifications address the problem that end-to-end
            management requires an integrated, unified view of the
            managed network, despite differences in management protocol
            and information structure. Integrated management can be
            facilitated by the development of "proxy" mechanisms which
            translate between functionally equivalent service, protocol,
            and SMI differences to create this unified view. MIB
            translation procedures can be used to support proxy
            management, as well as to take advantage of existing MIB
            definition and avoid duplication of effort. In this way,
            commercial investment in both ISO/CCITT and Internet-based
            management technologies can be preserved through deployment
            of common methods and tools which support integration.
     
            This overall strategy was outlined in a joint publication
            developed by the NM Forum and X/Open entitled "ISO/CCITT and
            Internet Management: Coexistence and Interworking Strategy"
            [23]. The documents included in the IIMC package are the
            next level of detailed specifications which implement
            several of the methodologies identified in the strategy.
            Additional specifications may be defined in the future.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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            1.3  MIB TRANSLATION PROCEDURES
     
            The foundation of IIMC is provided by a pair of Management
            Information Base (MIB) translation procedures.
     
            *  IIMCIMIBTRANS [19] specifies translation procedures for
               converting MIBs from Internet MIB macro format into
               ISO/CCITT GDMO template format.
     
            *  IIMCOMIBTRANS [22] specifies translation procedures for
               converting MIBs from ISO/CCITT GDMO template format into
               Internet MIB macro format.
     
            The IIMC approach is to specify direct translation
            procedures which yield a pair of functionally-equivalent
            MIBs, as shown in Figure 1.
     
            +----------------+     +--------------------+     +----------------+
            |  Internet MIB  |     |   MIB Translation  |     |    GDMO MIB    |
            |                |     |     Procedures     |     |                |
            |  Format =      |     |    Specified By    |     | Format =       |
            |  [RFC1212] &   |---->| [IIMCIMIBTRANS] or |---->| [ISO10165-1] & |
            |  [RFC1442]     |<----| [IIMCOMIBTRANS]    |<----| [ISO10165-4]   |
            +----------------+     +--------------------+     +----------------+
     
                             Figure 1. MIB translation.
     
            MIBs translated by these procedures may be used to take
            advantage of existing MIB definitions when business needs
            require deployment in a different management environment.
            Translated MIBs may also be used to provide uniformity when
            multiple management environments are supported by a single
            system (e.g., dual stack managers). Finally, IIMC MIB
            translation procedures may be used to support service
            emulation by a proxy.
     
     
     
            1.4  NATIVE MANAGEMENT MODEL
     
            The basic model for ISO/CCITT and Internet management is
            illustrated in the following diagram.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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                       Manager                               Agent
              +-----------------------+            +----------------------+
              |+---------------------+|            |+-------------------+ |
              ||     Management      ||            ||      Managed      | |
              ||    Applications     ||            ||     Resources     | |
              |+---------------------+|            |+-------------------+ |
              |   |                   |            |    |                 |
              |   |                   |            |    |                 |
              |+-----------+---------+|            |+----------+---------+|
              ||  Manager  |   MIB   ||            ||  Agent   |   MIB   ||
              |+-----------+---------+|            |+----------+---------+|
              |    |                  |            |    |                 |
              |    |  Management      |            |    |  Management     |
              |    |   Services       |            |    |   Services      |
              +-----------------------+            +----------------------+
              |  Management Protocol  |            |  Management Protocol |
              +-----------------------+            +----------------------+
                         ^                                    ^
                         |                                    |
                         +------------------------------------+
                                    Protocol Messages
     
                            Figure 2. Native management.
     
            Within IIMC documents, this model is referred to as the
            "native" management model. MIBs translated using IIMC
            procedures can be used by "native" agent implementations.
            For example, an ISO/CCITT agent can make visible TCP/IP
            managed resources using the translated GDMO version of the
            Internet MIB-II [14] specified by [19]. Dual-stack managers
            or agents may also be implemented which support both the
            original MIB and the translated MIB generated using IIMC-
            specified procedures.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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            1.5  PROXY MANAGEMENT MODEL
     
            The basic model for ISO/CCITT to Internet proxy management
            is illustrated in the following diagram. This proxy is
            specified by [20]. A similar approach could also be taken to
            specify an Internet to ISO/CCITT proxy, although no such
            IIMC document is currently specified.
     
                      Manager                   Proxy                   Agent
             +-----------------------+  +---------------------+  +------------------
             |+---------------------+|  |+------+ +----------+|  |+-----------------
             ||     Management      ||  || GDMO | | Internet ||  ||      Managed
             ||    Applications     ||  || MIB  | |   MIB    ||  ||     Resources
             |+---------------------+|  |+------+ +----------+|  |+-----------------
             |      |                |  |+-------------------+|  |      |
             |      |                |  ||      Service      ||  |      |
             |      |                |  ||     Emulation     ||  |      |
             |      |                |  ||(scoping)          ||  |      |
             |      |                |  ||  (filtering)      ||  |      |
             |+-----------+---------+|  ||    (operations)   ||  |+----------+------
             || ISO/CCITT |   GDMO  ||  ||  (message         ||  || Internet | Inter
             ||  Manager  |   MIB   ||  ||    transformation)||  ||  Agent   |   MIB
             |+-----------+---------+|  |+-------------------+|  |+----------+------
             |    |                  |  |  |CMIS           |  |  |    |
             |    | CMIS Services    |  |  |Services       |  |  |    | SNMP "Servic
             |    |                  |  |  |               |  |  |    |
             |    |                  |  |  |           SNMP|  |  |    |
             |    |                  |  |  |     "Services"|  |  |    |
             +-----------------------+  +---------------------+  +------------------
             |         CMIP          |  |   CMIP   |   SNMP   |  |        SNMP
             +-----------------------+  +---------------------+  +------------------
                        ^                     ^         ^                   ^
                        |                     |         |                   |
                        +---------------------+         +-------------------+
                             CMIP Messages                  SNMP Messages
     
                             Figure 3. Proxy management.
     
            This ISO/CCITT to Internet proxy provides emulation of CMIS
            services by mapping to the corresponding SNMP message(s)
            necessary to carry out the service request. The service
            emulation allows management of Internet objects by an
            ISO/CCITT manager. The left hand side of the proxy behaves
            like an ISO/CCITT agent, communicating with the ISO/CCITT
            manager using CMIP protocols. The right hand side of the
            proxy behaves like an Internet manager, communicating with
            the Internet agent using SNMP protocols.
     
            The proxy relies on the existence of a pair of directly-
            related MIB definitions, where the Internet MIB has been
            translated into ISO/CCITT GDMO using the procedures
            specified in IIMCIMIBTRANS. The proxy uses these MIB
            definitions and rules to provide run-time translation of
     
     
     
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            management information carried in service requests and
            responses.
     
            The proxy is designed with a specified interface between the
            proxy and the underlying protocol stacks, and so deals
            primarily in terms of CMIS services and SNMP "services". The
            proxy emulates services such as CMIS scoping and filtering,
            processing of CMIP operations, and forwarding/logging of
            CMIS notifications by performing a mapping process which
            must be tailored for each protocol (for example, SNMPv1 and
            SNMPv2 are variants of the same protocol mapping process).
     
     
     
            1.6  SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT
     
            A major reason for the rapid commercialization of devices
            manageable via the Internet management protocol is due to
            the speed with which the vendors in the Internet community
            have been able to develop MIBs based on the Internet SMI.
            To capitalize on this continuing Internet MIB development
            and their deployment in commercial devices, communities
            interested in integrated management via CMIP/SNMP proxies,
            and communities interested in using native CMIP agents to
            manage TCP/IP resources, require the translation of Internet
            MIBs defined according to the Internet Structure of
            Management Information (SMI) [11] [17] into MIBs defined
            according to the ISO SMI [7] and Guidelines for the
            Definition of Managed Objects (GDMO) [9]. Procedures for
            such translations are described in [19].
     
            This document (IIMCMIB-II) applies the procedures described
            in [19] to the translation and registration of the Internet
            MIB-II as defined in [14], and to the IP Forwarding Table
            defined in [15].
     
            This document assumes that the reader is familiar with the
            ISO/CCITT SMI and  terminology as well as the Internet to
            SMI translation defined in [19].
     
     
     
            1.7  TERMS AND CONVENTIONS
     
            This document assumes that the reader is familiar with the
            ISO/CCITT SMI and Internet SMI, and the terminology of each.
            The term SNMP will be used throughout the document to
            indicate either SNMPv1 or SNMPv2, unless a distinction needs
            to be made.
     
            Other terms and conventions used throughout this document
            include the following.
     
     
     
     
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            Proxy: An intermediate process that provides protocol and
            SMI translation between two management services and SMIs.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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                                  2. IIMCMIB-II MIB
     
            The Internet MIB-II objects [14] are recast into ISO/CCITT
            GDMO templates as defined in [9], and registered, using the
            procedures defined in [19].
     
            Name Binding templates that define the containment hierarchy
            for the ISO/CCITT MIB-II managed object classes are listed.
            A proxy implementation would have multiple instances of the
            ISO/CCITT system managed object, one for each Internet
            agent, and one for the proxy itself.
     
            A Naming Tree diagram for IIMC MIB-II managed object classes
            is illustrated below.
     
            "CCITT Rec. X.660 | ISO/IEC 9834-1 : 1992": root
                 |    (or any other containing class)
                 |
                 |"Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" : system
                      |
                      |-- internetSystem
                      |
                      |-- at --- atEntry
                      |
                      |-- egp --- egpNeighEntry
                      |
                      |-- icmp
                      |
                      |-- interfaces --- ifEntry
                      |
                      |-- ip
                      |     |--- ipRouteEntry
                      |     |--- ipAddrEntry
                      |     |--- ipNetToMediaEntry
                      |     |--- ipForwardEntry
                      |
                      |-- snmp
                      |
                      |-- tcp --- tcpConnEntry
                      |
                      |-- udp --- udpEntry
     
            The GDMO templates and ASN.1 modules are included here in
            one section to facilitate automated processing.  Comments
            and subsection headers are included in the form of ASN.1
            comments, i.e., preceded by "--".
     
            This document (IIMCMIB-II) is allocated the following
            registration identifier for purposes of referencing material
            contained herein.
     
     
     
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                            iimcRFC12131354 OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                             ::= {iimcAutoDocument 1213 1354}
     
     
     
            -- 2.1  IIMCMIB-II GDMO TEMPLATES
     
     
            -- 2.1.1  IIMCMIB-II Managed Object Classes
     
     
            at  MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                DERIVED FROM  "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                CHARACTERIZED BY
                      atPkg PACKAGE
                               BEHAVIOUR
                      atPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the at group
                      with object id {mib-2 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Note however that this group is deprecated by
                      MIB-II. That is, it is being included solely for
                      compatibility with MIB-I nodes, and will most
                      likely be excluded from MIB-III nodes. From MIB-II
                      and onwards, each network protocol group contains
                      its own address translation tables.
     
                      The Address Translation group contains one table
                      which is the union across all interfaces of the
                      translation tables for converting a NetworkAddress
                      (e.g., an IP address) into a subnetwork-specific
                      address. For lack of a better term, this document
                      refers to such a subnetwork-specific address as a
                      `physical' address.
     
                      Examples of such translation tables are: for
                      broadcast media where ARP is in use, the
                      translation table is equivalent to the ARP cache;
                      or, on an X.25 network where non-algorithmic
                      translation to X.121 addresses is required, the
                      translation table contains the NetworkAddress to
                      X.121 address equivalences.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                      atId GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 3 };
     
            atEntry  MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                DERIVED FROM  "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                     CHARACTERIZED BY
                          atEntryPkg PACKAGE
     
     
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                               BEHAVIOUR
                      atEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to atEntry object
                      with object id {atTable 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Each entry contains one NetworkAddress to
                      `physical' address equivalence. The delete value
                      is the null string.!!;
                      INDEX     RFC1213-MIB.atIfIndex,
                           RFC1213-MIB.atNetAddress;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                      atEntryId           GET,
                      atIfIndex           GET,
                      atPhysAddress       GET-REPLACE,
                      atNetAddress        GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 3 1 1 };
     
            egp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM  "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                      CHARACTERIZED BY
                           egpPkg PACKAGE
                               BEHAVIOUR
                      egpPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to egp group with
                      object id {mib-2 8} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                       egpId         GET,
                       egpInMsgs     GET,
                       egpInErrors   GET,
                       egpOutMsgs    GET,
                       egpOutErrors  GET,
                       egpAs         GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 };
     
            egpNeighEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM  "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                      CHARACTERIZED BY
                           egpNeighEntryPkg PACKAGE
                               BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to egpNeighEntry
                      object with object id {egpNeighTable 1} in RFC
                      1213.!!;
     
     
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                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Information about this entity's relationship
                      with a particular EGP neighbor.!!;
                      INDEX RFC1213-MIB.egpNeighAddr;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                 egpNeighEntryId     GET,
                 egpNeighState       GET,
                 egpNeighAddr        GET,
                 egpNeighAs          GET,
                 egpNeighInMsgs      GET,
                 egpNeighInErrs      GET,
                 egpNeighOutMsgs     GET,
                 egpNeighOutErrs     GET,
                 egpNeighInErrMsgs   GET,
                 egpNeighOutErrMsgs  GET,
                 egpNeighStateUps    GET,
                 egpNeighStateDowns       GET,
                 egpNeighIntervalHello    GET,
                 egpNeighIntervalPoll     GET,
                 egpNeighMode             GET,
                 egpNeighEventTrigger     GET-REPLACE;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 };
     
            icmp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM  "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                      CHARACTERIZED BY
                      icmpPkg PACKAGE
                           BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the icmp group
                      with object id {mib-2 5} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                      icmpId                        GET,
                      icmpInMsgs                    GET,
                      icmpInErrors                  GET,
                      icmpInDestUnreachs            GET,
                      icmpInTimeExcds               GET,
                      icmpInParmProbs               GET,
                      icmpInSrcQuenchs              GET,
                      icmpInRedirects               GET,
                      icmpInEchos                   GET,
                      icmpInEchoReps                GET,
                      icmpInTimestamps              GET,
                      icmpInTimestampReps           GET,
                      icmpInAddrMasks               GET,
                      icmpInAddrMaskReps            GET,
                      icmpOutMsgs                   GET,
                      icmpOutErrors                 GET,
                      icmpOutDestUnreachs           GET,
     
     
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                      icmpOutTimeExcds              GET,
                      icmpOutParmProbs              GET,
                      icmpOutSrcQuenchs             GET,
                      icmpOutRedirects              GET,
                      icmpOutEchos                  GET,
                      icmpOutEchoReps               GET,
                      icmpOutTimestamps             GET,
                      icmpOutTimestampReps          GET,
                      icmpOutAddrMasks              GET,
                      icmpOutAddrMaskReps           GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 };
     
            ifEntry   MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM  "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                      CHARACTERIZED BY ifEntryPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the ifEntry
                      object with object id {ifTable 1} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An interface entry containing objects at the
                      subnetwork layer and below for a particular
                      interface. The Interfaces table contains
                      information on the entity's interfaces.  Each
                      interface is thought of as being attached to a
                      `subnetwork'.  Note that this term should not be
                      confused with `subnet' which refers to an
                      addressing partitioning scheme used in the
                      Internet suite of protocols.!!;
                      INDEX RFC1213-MIB.ifIndex;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                 ifEntryId           GET,
                 ifIndex             GET,
                 ifDescr             GET,
                 ifType              GET,
                 ifMtu               GET,
                 ifSpeed             GET,
                 ifPhysAddress       GET,
                 ifAdminStatus       GET-REPLACE,
                 ifOperStatus        GET,
                 ifLastChange        GET,
                 ifInOctets          GET,
                 ifInUcastPkts       GET,
                 ifInNUcastPkts      GET,
                 ifInDiscards        GET,
                 ifInErrors          GET,
                 ifInUnknownProtos   GET,
                 ifOutOctets         GET,
                 ifOutUcastPkts      GET,
                 ifOutNUcastPkts     GET,
     
     
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                 ifOutDiscards       GET,
                 ifOutErrors         GET,
                 ifOutQLen           GET,
                 ifSpecific          GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 };
     
            interfaces MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM  "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                      CHARACTERIZED BY interfacesPkg PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR
                 interfacesPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the interface
                      group with object id {mib-2 2} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                      interfacesId        GET,
                      ifNumber            GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 };
     
            internetSystem MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY internetSystemPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 internetSystemPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the Internet
                      system group with object id {mib-2 1} in RFC
                      1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!If an agent is not configured to have a value
                      for any of these variables, a string of length 0
                      is returned.
     
                      When this object class is implemented in a managed
                      system for use with the ISO/CCITT management
                      protocol (CMIP), this object class shall emit the
                      internetAlarm notification in place of SNMP
                      traps/notifications which are reported using the
                      unconfirmed service, and in place of
                      InformRequests which are reported using the
                      confirmed service.
     
                      When this object class is implemented in an
                      ISO/CCITT-Internet proxy, the internetAlarm shall
                      be emitted upon receipt of SNMP
                      traps/notifications which are reported using the
                      unconfirmed service, and emitted upon receipt of
                      InformRequests which are reported using the
                      confirmed service.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
     
     
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                      ATTRIBUTES
                 internetSystemId              GET,
                 sysDescr                      GET,
                 sysObjectID                   GET,
                 sysUpTime                     GET,
                 sysContact                    GET-REPLACE,
                 sysName                       GET-REPLACE,
                 sysLocation                   GET-REPLACE,
                 sysServices                   GET;
                 NOTIFICATIONS
                 {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:internetAlarm;;;
            REGISTERED AS   {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 1};
     
            ip MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY ipPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 ipPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the ip group
                      with object id {mib-2 4} in RFC 1213. It includes
                      the ipForwardNumber attribute from RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!This object class extends the MIB-II ip group by
                      including the ipForwardNumber attribute which is
                      derived from the ipForwardNumber Internet object
                      in RFC1354.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                 ATTRIBUTES
                      ipId                          GET,
                      ipForwarding                  GET-REPLACE,
                      ipDefaultTTL                  GET-REPLACE,
                      ipInReceives                  GET,
                      ipInHdrErrors                 GET,
                      ipInAddrErrors                GET,
                      ipForwDatagrams               GET,
                      ipInUnknownProtos             GET,
                      ipInDiscards                  GET,
                      ipInDelivers                  GET,
                      ipOutRequests                 GET,
                      ipOutDiscards                 GET,
                      ipOutNoRoutes                 GET,
                      ipReasmTimeout                GET,
                      ipReasmReqds                  GET,
                      ipReasmOKs                    GET,
                      ipReasmFails                  GET,
                      ipFragOKs                     GET,
                      ipFragFails                   GET,
                      ipFragCreates                 GET,
                      ipRoutingDiscards             GET,
                      ipForwardNumber               GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4};
     
     
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            ipAddrEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY ipAddrEntryPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 ipAddrEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the
                      ipAddrEntry object with object id {ipAddrTable 1}
                      in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The addressing information for one of this
                      entity's IP addresses.!!;
                      INDEX RFC1213-MIB.ipAdEntAddr;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                 ipAddrEntryId            GET,
                 ipAdEntAddr              GET,
                 ipAdEntIfIndex           GET,
                 ipAdEntNetMask           GET,
                 ipAdEntBcastAddr         GET,
                 ipAdEntReasmMaxSize      GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 20 1};
     
            ipForwardEntry  MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY ipForwardEntryPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 ipForwardEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the
                      ipForwardEntry with object id {ipForwardTable 1}
                      in RFC 1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A particular route to a particular destination,
                      under a particular policy.!!;
                      INDEX   RFC1354-MIB.ipForwardDest,
                           RFC1354-MIB.ipForwardProto,
                           RFC1354-MIB.ipForwardPolicy,
                           RFC1354-MIB.ipForwardNextHop;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                 ipForwardEntryId         GET,
                 ipForwardDest            GET,
                 ipForwardMask            DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardMask
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardPolicy          GET,
                 ipForwardNextHop         GET,
                 ipForwardIfIndex         DEFAULT VALUE
     
     
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                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardIfIndex
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardType            DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardType
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardProto           GET,
                 ipForwardAge             DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardAge
                           GET,
                 ipForwardInfo            DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardInfo
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardNextHopAS       DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardNextHopAS
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardMetric1         DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardMetric1
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardMetric2         DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardMetric2
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardMetric3         DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardMetric3
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardMetric4         DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardMetric4
                           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipForwardMetric5         DEFAULT VALUE
                           IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.c-ipForwardMetric5
                           GET-REPLACE;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2 1};
     
            ipNetToMediaEntry       MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY ipNetToMediaEntryPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 ipNetToMediaEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the
                      ipNetToMediaEntry object with object id
                      {ipNetToMediaTable 1} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Each entry contains one IpAddress to `physical'
                      address equivalence.!!;
                      INDEX     RFC1213-MIB.ipNetToMediaIfIndex,
                           RFC1213-MIB.ipNetToMediaNetAddress;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                 ipNetToMediaEntryId      GET,
                 ipNetToMediaIfIndex      GET,
                 ipNetToMediaPhysAddress  GET-REPLACE,
                 ipNetToMediaNetAddress   GET,
     
     
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                 ipNetToMediaType         GET-REPLACE;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 22 1};
     
            ipRouteEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY ipRouteEntryPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR ipRouteEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the
                      ipRouteEntry object with object id {ipRouteTable
                      1} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A route to a particular destination.!!;
                      INDEX RFC1213-MIB.ipRouteDest;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                 ATTRIBUTES
                 ipRouteEntryId           GET,
                 ipRouteDest              GET,
                 ipRouteIfIndex           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteMetric1           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteMetric2           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteMetric3           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteMetric4           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteNextHop           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteType              GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteProto             GET,
                 ipRouteAge               GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteMask              GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteMetric5           GET-REPLACE,
                 ipRouteInfo              GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1};
     
            snmp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY
                 snmpPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR snmpPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the snmp group
                      with object id {mib-2 11} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Some of the attributes defined below will be
                      zero-valued in those SNMP implementations that are
                      optimized to support only those functions specific
                      to either a management agent or a management
                      station. In particular, it should be observed that
                      the attributes below refer to an SNMP entity, and
                      there may be several SNMP entities residing on a
                      managed node (e.g., if the node is hosting acting
                      as a management station).!!;
     
     
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                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                 snmpId                   GET,
                 snmpInPkts               GET,
                 snmpOutPkts              GET,
                 snmpInBadVersions        GET,
                 snmpInBadCommunityNames  GET,
                 snmpInBadCommunityUses   GET,
                 snmpInASNParseErrs       GET,
                 snmpInTooBigs            GET,
                 snmpInNoSuchNames        GET,
                 snmpInBadValues          GET,
                 snmpInReadOnlys          GET,
                 snmpInGenErrs            GET,
                 snmpInTotalReqVars       GET,
                 snmpInTotalSetVars       GET,
                 snmpInGetRequests        GET,
                 snmpInGetNexts           GET,
                 snmpInSetRequests        GET,
                 snmpInGetResponses       GET,
                 snmpInTraps              GET,
                 snmpOutTooBigs           GET,
                 snmpOutNoSuchNames       GET,
                 snmpOutBadValues         GET,
                 snmpOutGenErrs           GET,
                 snmpOutGetRequests       GET,
                 snmpOutGetNexts          GET,
                 snmpOutSetRequests       GET,
                 snmpOutGetResponses      GET,
                 snmpOutTraps             GET,
                 snmpEnableAuthenTraps    GET-REPLACE;;;
            REGISTERED AS  {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11};
     
            tcp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY
                 tcpPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 tcpPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the tcp group
                      with object id {mib-2 6} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Note that instances that represent information
                      about a particular TCP connection are transient;
                      they persist only as long as the connection in
                      question.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                 tcpId                    GET,
                 tcpRtoAlgorithm          GET,
                 tcpRtoMin                GET,
     
     
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                 tcpRtoMax                GET,
                 tcpMaxConn               GET,
                 tcpActiveOpens           GET,
                 tcpPassiveOpens          GET,
                 tcpAttemptFails          GET,
                 tcpEstabResets           GET,
                 tcpCurrEstab             GET,
                 tcpInSegs                GET,
                 tcpOutSegs               GET,
                 tcpRetransSegs           GET,
                 tcpInErrs                GET,
                 tcpOutRsts               GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 };
     
            tcpConnEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY tcpConnEntryPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 tcpConnEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the
                      tcpConnEntry object with object id {tcpConnTable
                      1} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Information about a particular current TCP
                      connection. An object of this type is transient,
                      in that it ceases to exist when (or soon after)
                      the connection makes the transition to the CLOSED
                      state.!!;
                      INDEX     RFC1213-MIB.tcpConnLocalAddress,
                           RFC1213-MIB.tcpConnLocalPort,
                           RFC1213-MIB.tcpConnRemAddress,
                           RFC1213-MIB.tcpConnRemPort;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                 ATTRIBUTES
                 tcpConnEntryId                GET,
                 tcpConnState                  GET-REPLACE,
                 tcpConnLocalAddress           GET,
                 tcpConnLocalPort              GET,
                 tcpConnRemAddress             GET,
                 tcpConnRemPort                GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 13 1};
     
            udp MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY udpPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 udpPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
     
     
     
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                      !!This managed object class maps to the udp group
                      with object id {mib-2 7} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                      ATTRIBUTES
                 udpId                    GET,
                 udpInDatagrams           GET,
                 udpNoPorts               GET,
                 udpInErrors              GET,
                 udpOutDatagrams          GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS  { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 7};
     
            udpEntry MANAGED OBJECT CLASS
                 DERIVED FROM "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2:1992":top;
                 CHARACTERIZED BY udpEntryPkg PACKAGE
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 udpEntryPkgBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This managed object class maps to the udpEntry
                      object with object id {udpTable 1} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Information about a particular current UDP
                      listener. The UDP listener table contains
                      information about this entity's UDP end-points on
                      which a local application is currently accepting
                      datagrams.!!;
                      INDEX     RFC1213-MIB.udpLocalAddress,
                           RFC1213-MIB.udpLocalPort;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                 ATTRIBUTES
                 udpEntryId                    GET,
                 udpLocalAddress               GET,
                 udpLocalPort                  GET;;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 5 1};
     
     
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            atEntryId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.AtEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      atEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class atEntry.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 3 1 1};
     
            atId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.AtIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
     
     
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                      atIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class at.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 3};
     
            atIfIndex ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      atIfIndexBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to atIfIndex with object id
                      {atEntry 1} in RFC1213.;!!
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The interface on which this entry's equivalence
                      is effective. The interface identified by a
                      particular value of this index is the same
                      interface as identified by the same value of
                      ifIndex.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 3  1 1 1};
     
            atNetAddress ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM  {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      atNetAddressBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to atNetAddress with object
                      id {atEntry 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The NetworkAddress (e.g., the IP address)
                      corresponding to the media-dependent `physical'
                      address.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 3  1 1 3};
     
            atPhysAddress ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM  {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:physAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      atPhysAddressBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to atPhysAddress with object
                      id {atEntry 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The media-dependent `physical' address. Setting
                      this attribute to a null string (one of zero
                      length) has the effect of invalidating the
                      corresponding atEntry. That is, it effectively
     
     
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                      disassociates the interface identified with said
                      entry from the mapping identified with said entry.
                      It is an implementation-specific matter as to
                      whether the agent removes an invalidated entry
                      from the table. Accordingly, management stations
                      must be prepared to receive tabular information
                      from agents that corresponds to entries not
                      currently in use. Proper interpretation of such
                      entries requires examination of the relevant
                      atPhysAddress attribute.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 3  1 1 2};
     
            egpAs   ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpAsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpAs with object id {egp
                      6} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The autonomous system number of this EGP
                      entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 6};
     
            egpId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.EgpIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      egpIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class egp.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 8};
     
            egpInErrors ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:counter32;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      egpInErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpInErrors with object
                      id {egp 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of EGP messages received that proved
                      to be in error.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 2};
     
            egpInMsgs  ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpInMsgsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpInMsgs with object id
                      {egp 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of EGP messages received without
                      error.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 1};
     
            egpNeighAddr    ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM  {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighAddrBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighAddr with object
                      id {egpNeighEntry 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The IP address of this entry's EGP neighbor.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 2};
     
            egpNeighAs      ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighAsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighAs with object id
                      {egpNeighEntry 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The autonomous system of this EGP peer. Zero
                      should be specified if the autonomous system
                      number of the neighbor is not yet known.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 3};
     
            egpNeighEntryId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.EgpNeighEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class
            egpNeighEntry.!;;
     
     
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            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1};
     
            egpNeighEventTrigger    ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.EgpNeighEventTrigger;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighEventTriggerBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighEventTrigger with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 15} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A control variable used to trigger operator-
                      initiated Start and Stop events. When read, this
                      variable always returns the most recent value that
                      egpNeighEventTrigger was set to. If it has not
                      been set since the last initialization of the
                      network management subsystem on the node, it
                      returns a value of `stop'.
     
                      When set, this variable causes a Start or Stop
                      event on the specified neighbor, as specified on
                      pages 8-10 of RFC 904. Briefly, a Start event
                      causes an Idle peer to begin neighbor acquisition
                      and a non-Idle peer to reinitiate neighbor
                      acquisition. A stop event causes a non-Idle peer
                      to return to the Idle state until a Start event
                      occurs, either via egpNeighEventTrigger or
                      otherwise.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 15};
     
            egpNeighInErrMsgs       ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighInErrMsgsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighInErrMsgs with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 8} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of EGP-defined error messages
                      received from this EGP peer.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 8};
     
            egpNeighInErrs  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighInErrsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
     
     
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                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighInErrs with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of EGP messages received from this
                      EGP peer that proved to be in error (e.g., bad EGP
                      checksum).!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 5};
     
            egpNeighInMsgs  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighInMsgsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighInMsgs with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of EGP messages received without
                      error from this EGP peer.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 4};
     
            egpNeighIntervalHello   ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighIntervalHelloBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to the egpNeighIntervalHello
                      with object id {egpNeighEntry 12} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The interval between EGP Hello command
                      retransmissions (in hundredths of a second). This
                      represents the t1 timer as defined in RFC 904.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 12};
     
            egpNeighIntervalPoll    ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighIntervalPollBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighIntervalPoll with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 13} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
     
     
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                      !!The interval between EGP poll command
                      retransmissions (in hundredths of a second). This
                      represents the t3 timer as defined in RFC 904.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 13};
     
            egpNeighMode    ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.EgpNeighMode;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighModeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE !!This attribute maps to egpNeighMode
                      with object id {egpNeighEntry 14} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The polling mode of this EGP entity, either
                      passive or active.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 14};
     
            egpNeighOutErrMsgs      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighOutErrMsgsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighOutErrMsgs with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 9} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of EGP-defined error messages sent to
                      this EGP peer.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 9};
     
            egpNeighOutErrs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighOutErrsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighOutErrs with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 7} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of locally generated EGP messages not
                      sent to this EGP peer due to resource limitations
                      within an EGP entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 7};
     
            egpNeighOutMsgs ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighOutMsgsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighOutMsgs with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 6} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of locally generated EGP messages to
                      this EGP peer.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 6};
     
            egpNeighState ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.EgpNeighState;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighStateBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighState
                      with object id {egpNeighEntry 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The EGP state of the local system with respect
                      to this entry's EGP neighbor. Each EGP state is
                      represented by a value that is one greater than
                      the numerical value associated with said state in
                      RFC 904.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 1};
     
            egpNeighStateDowns      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighStateDownsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpNeighStateDowns with
                      object id {egpNeighEntry 11} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of EGP state transitions from the UP
                      state to any other state with this EGP peer.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 11};
     
            egpNeighStateUps        ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighStateUpsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
     
     
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                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE !!This attribute maps to
                      egpNeighStateUps with object id {egpNeighEntry 10}
                      in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of EGP state transitions to the UP
                      state with this EGP peer.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1 10};
     
            egpOutErrors ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpOutErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE !!This attribute maps to egpOutErrors
                      with object id {egp 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of locally generated EGP messages not
                      sent due to resource limitations within an EGP
                      entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 4};
     
            egpOutMsgs  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpOutMsgsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to egpOutMsgs with object id
                      {egp 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of locally generated EGP
                      messages.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 3};
     
            icmpId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IcmpIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class icmp.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 5};
     
            icmpInAddrMaskReps ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInAddrMaskRepsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
     
     
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                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInAddrMaskReps with
                      object id {icmp 13} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Address Mask Reply messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 13};
     
            icmpInAddrMasks ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInAddrMasksBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInAddrMasks with
                      object id {icmp 12} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Address Mask Request messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 12};
     
            icmpInDestUnreachs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInDestUnreachsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInDestUnreachs with
                      object id {icmp 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Destination Unreachable
                      messages received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 3};
     
            icmpInEchoReps ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInEchoRepsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInEchoReps with
                      object id {icmp 9} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Echo Reply messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 9};
     
     
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            icmpInEchos  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInEchosBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInEchos with object
                      id {icmp 8} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Echo (request) messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 8};
     
            icmpInErrors ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInErrors with object
                      id {icmp 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP messages which the entity
                      received but determined as having ICMP-specific
                      errors (bad ICMP checksums, bad length, etc.).!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 2};
     
            icmpInMsgs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInMsgsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInMsgs with object id
                      {icmp 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of ICMP messages which the
                      entity received. Note that this counter includes
                      all those counted by icmpInErrors.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 1};
     
            icmpInParmProbs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInParmProbsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
     
     
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                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInParmProbs with
                      object id {icmp 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Parameter Problem messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 5};
     
            icmpInRedirects ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInRedirectsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInRedirects with id
                      {icmp 7} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Redirect messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 7};
     
            icmpInSrcQuenchs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInSrcQuenchsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInSrcQuenchs with
                      object id {icmp 6} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Source Quench messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 6};
     
            icmpInTimeExcds ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInTimeExcdsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInTimeExcds with
                      object id {icmp 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Time Exceeded messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 4};
     
     
     
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            icmpInTimestampReps ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInTimestampRepsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInTimestampReps with
                      object id {icmp 11} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Timestamp Reply messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 11};
     
            icmpInTimestamps ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpInTimeStampsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpInTimestamps with
                      object id {icmp 10} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Timestamp (request) messages
                      received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 10};
     
            icmpOutAddrMaskReps ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutAddrMaskRepsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutAddrMaskReps with
                      object id {icmp 26} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Timestamp (request) messages
                      received. The number of ICMP Address Mask Reply
                      messages sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 26};
     
            icmpOutAddrMasks ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutAddrMasksBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
     
     
     
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                      !!This attribute map to icmpOutAddrMasks with
                      object id {icmp 25} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Address Mask Request messages
                      sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 25};
     
            icmpOutDestUnreachs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutDestUnreachsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutDestUnreachs with
                      object id {icmp 16} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Destination Unreachable
                      messages sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 16};
     
            icmpOutEchoReps  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutEchoRepsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutEchoReps with
                      object id {icmp 22} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Echo Reply messages sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 22};
     
            icmpOutEchos ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutEchosBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutEchos with object
                      id {icmp 21} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Echo (request) messages
                      sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 21};
     
            icmpOutErrors ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
     
     
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                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutErrors with object
                      id {icmp 15} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP messages which this entity
                      did not send due to problems discovered within
                      ICMP such as a lack of buffers. This value should
                      not include errors discovered outside the ICMP
                      layer such as the inability of IP to route the
                      resultant datagram. In some implementations there
                      may be no types of error which contribute to this
                      counter's value.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 15};
     
            icmpOutMsgs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutMsgsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutMsgs with object
                      id {icmp 14} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of ICMP messages which this
                      entity attempted to send. Note that this counter
                      includes all those counted by icmpOutErrors.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 14};
     
            icmpOutParmProbs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutParmProbsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutParmProbs with
                      object id{icmp 18} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Parameter Problem messages
                      sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 18};
     
            icmpOutRedirects ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutRedirectsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
     
     
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                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutRedirects with
                      object id {icmp 20} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Redirect messages sent. For a
                      host, this attribute will always be zero, since
                      hosts do not send redirects.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 20};
     
            icmpOutSrcQuenchs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutSrcQuenchsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutSrcQuenchs with
                      object id {icmp 19} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Source Quench messages
                      sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 19};
     
            icmpOutTimeExcds ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutTimeExcdsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutTimeExcds with
                      object id {icmp 17} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Time Exceeded messages
                      sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 17};
     
            icmpOutTimestampReps ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutTimestampRepsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutTimestampReps with
                      object id {icmp 24} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Timestamp Reply messages
                      sent.!!;
     
     
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                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 24};
     
            icmpOutTimestamps ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      icmpOutTimestampsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to icmpOutTimestamps with
                      object id {icmp 23} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of ICMP Timestamp (request) messages
                      sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 23};
     
            ifAdminStatus ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
                      IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IfAdminStatus;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifAdminStatusBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifAdminStatus with object
                      id {ifEntry 7} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The desired state of the interface. The
                      testing(3) state indicates that no operational
                      packets can be passed.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 7};
     
            ifDescr ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:displayString;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifDescrBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifDescr with object id
                      {ifEntry 2} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A textual string containing information about
                      the interface. This string should include the name
                      of the manufacturer, the product name and the
                      version of the hardware interface.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 2};
     
            ifEntryId ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IfEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ifEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class ifEntry.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1};
     
            ifIndex    ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifIndexBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifIndex with object id
                      {ifEntry 1} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A unique value for each interface. Its value
                      ranges between 1 and the value of ifNumber. The
                      value for each interface must remain constant at
                      least from one re-initialization of the entity's
                      network management system to the next re-
                      initialization.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 1};
     
            ifInDiscards ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifInDiscardsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifInDiscards with object
                      id {ifEntry 13} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of inbound packets which were chosen
                      to be discarded even though no errors had been
                      detected to prevent their being deliverable to a
                      higher-layer protocol. One possible reason for
                      discarding such a packet could be to free up
                      buffer space.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 13};
     
            ifInErrors ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifInErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
     
     
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                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifInErrors with object id
                      {ifEntry 14} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of inbound packets that contained
                      errors preventing them from being deliverable to a
                      higher-layer protocol.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 14};
     
            ifInNUcastPkts ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifInNUcastPktsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifInNUcastPkts with
                      object id {ifEntry 12} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of non-unicast (i.e., subnetwork-
                      broadcast or subnetwork-multicast) packets
                      delivered to a higher-layer protocol.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 12};
     
            ifInOctets ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifInOctetsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifInOctets with object id
                      {ifEntry 10} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of octets received on the
                      interface, including framing characters.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 10};
     
            ifInUcastPkts ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifInUcastPktsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifInUcastPkts with object
                      id {ifEntry 11} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of subnetwork-unicast packets
                      delivered to a higher-layer protocol.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
     
     
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            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 11};
     
            ifInUnknownProtos ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifInUnknownProtosBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifInUnknownProtos with
                      object id {if Entry 15} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of packets received via the interface
                      which were discarded because of an unknown or
                      unsupported protocol.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS { iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 15};
     
            ifLastChange ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}: timeTicks;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifLastChangeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifLastChange with object
                      id {ifEntry 9} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The value of sysUpTime at the time the interface
                      entered its current operational state. If the
                      current state was entered prior to the last re-
                      initialization of the local network management
                      subsystem, then this attribute contains a zero
                      value.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 9};
     
            ifMtu ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifMtuBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifMtu with object id
                      {ifEntry 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The size of the largest datagram which can be
                      sent/received on the interface, specified in
                      octets. For interfaces that are used for
                      transmitting network datagrams, this is the size
                      of the largest network datagram that can be sent
                      on the interface.!!;
     
     
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                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 4};
     
            ifNumber  ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifNumberBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifNumber with object id
                      {interfaces 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of network interfaces (regardless of
                      their current state) present on this system.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 1};
     
            ifOperStatus ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IfOperStatus;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifOperStatusBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifOperStatus with object
                      id {ifEntry 8} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The current operational state of the interface.
                      The testing(3) state indicates that no operational
                      packets can be passed.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 8};
     
            ifOutDiscards ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifOutDiscardsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifOutDiscards with object
                      id {ifEntry 19} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of outbound packets which were chosen
                      to be discarded even though no errors had been
                      detected to prevent their being transmitted. One
                      possible reason for discarding such a packet could
                      be to free up buffer space.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 19};
     
     
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            ifOutErrors ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifOutErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifOutErrors with object
                      id {ifEntry 20} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of outbound packets that could not be
                      transmitted because of errors.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 20};
     
            ifOutNUcastPkts ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifOutNUcastPktsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifOutNUcastPkts with
                      object id {ifEntry 18} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of packets that higher-level
                      protocols requested be transmitted to a non-
                      unicast (i.e., a subnetwork-broadcast or
                      subnetwork-multicast) address, including those
                      that were discarded or not sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 18};
     
            ifOutOctets ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifOutOctetsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifOutOctets with object
                      id {ifEntry 16} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of octets transmitted out of
                      the interface, including framing characters.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 16};
     
            ifOutQLen ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}: gauge32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifOutQLenBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
     
     
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                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifOutQLen with object id
                      {ifEntry 21} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The length of the output packet queue (in
                      packets).!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 21};
     
            ifOutUcastPkts ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifOutUcastPktsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifOutUcastPkts with
                      object id {ifEntry 17} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of packets that higher-level
                      protocols requested be transmitted to a
                      subnetwork-unicast address, including those that
                      were discarded or not sent.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 17};
     
            ifPhysAddress ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM  {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:physAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifPhysAddressBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifPhysAddress with object
                      id {ifEntry 6} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The interface's address at the protocol layer
                      immediately `below' the network layer in the
                      protocol stack. For interfaces which do not have
                      such an address (e.g., a serial line), this
                      attribute should contain an octet string of zero
                      length.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 6};
     
            ifSpecific ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.ObjectIdentifier;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifSpecificBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
     
     
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                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifSpecific with object id
                      {ifEntry 22} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A reference to MIB definitions specific to the
                      particular media being used to realize the
                      interface. For example, if the interface is
                      realized by an ethernet, then the value of this
                      attribute refers to a document defining attributes
                      specific to ethernet. If this information is not
                      present, its value should be set to the OBJECT
                      IDENTIFIER { 0 0 }, which is a syntactically valid
                      object identifier, and any conformant
                      implementation of ASN.1 and BER must be able to
                      generate and recognize this value.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 22};
     
            ifSpeed ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:gauge32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifSpeedBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifSpeed with object id
                      {ifEntry 5} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An estimate of the interface's current bandwidth
                      in bits per second. For interfaces which do not
                      vary in bandwidth or for those where no accurate
                      estimation can be made, this attribute should
                      contain the nominal bandwidth.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 5};
     
            ifType ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IfType;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifTypeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ifType with object id
                      {ifEntry 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The type of interface, distinguished according
                      to the physical/link protocol(s) immediately
                      `below' the network layer in the protocol
                      stack.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1 3};
     
     
     
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            interfacesId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.InterfacesIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      interfacesIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class
            interfaces.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 2};
     
            internetSystemId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.InternetSystemIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      internetSystemIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class
            internetSystem.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 1};
     
            ipAddrEntryId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpAddrEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipAddrEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class
            ipAddrEntry.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 20 1};
     
            ipAdEntAddr ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipAdEntAddrBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipAdEntAddr with object
                      id {ipAddrEntry 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The IP address to which this entry's addressing
                      information pertains.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 20 1 1};
     
            ipAdEntBcastAddr ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipAdEntBcastAddrBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
     
     
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                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipAdEntBcastAddr with
                      object id {ipAddrEntry 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The value of the least-significant bit in the IP
                      broadcast address used for sending datagrams on
                      the (logical) interface associated with the IP
                      address of this entry. For example, when the
                      Internet standard all-ones broadcast address is
                      used, the value will be 1. This value applies to
                      both the subnet and network broadcasts addresses
                      used by the entity on this (logical) interface.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 20 1 4};
     
            ipAdEntIfIndex ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipAdEntIfIndexBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipAdEntIfIndex with
                      object id {ipAddrEntry 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The index value which uniquely identifies the
                      interface to which this entry is applicable. The
                      interface identified by a particular value of this
                      index is the same interface as identified by the
                      same value of ifIndex.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 20 1 2};
     
            ipAdEntNetMask ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipAdEntNetMaskBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipAdEntNetMask with
                      object id {ipAddrEntry 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The subnet mask associated with the IP address
                      of this entry. The value of the mask is an IP
                      address with all the network bits set to 1 and all
                      the hosts bits set to 0.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 20 1 3};
     
            ipAdEntReasmMaxSize ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer64k;
     
     
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                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipAdEntReasmMaxSizeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipAdEntReasmMaxSize with
                      object id {ipAddrEntry 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The size of the largest IP datagram which this
                      entity can re-assemble from incoming IP fragmented
                      datagrams received on this interface.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 20 1 5};
     
            ipDefaultTTL ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipDefaultTTLBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipDefaultTTL with object
                      id {ip 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The default value inserted into the Time-To-Live
                      field of the IP header of datagrams originated at
                      this entity, whenever a TTL value is not supplied
                      by the transport layer protocol.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 2};
     
            ipForwardAge ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR    EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardAgeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardAge with object
                      id {ipForwardEntry 8} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of seconds since this route was last
                      updated or otherwise determined  to be correct.
                      Note that no semantics of  `too  old' can  be
                      implied except through knowledge of the routing
                      protocol by which the route was learned.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 8};
     
            ipForwardDest ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}: ipAddress;
     
     
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                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardDestBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardDest with object
                      id {ipForwardEntry 1} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The destination IP address of this route. An
                      entry  with  a value of 0.0.0.0 is considered a
                      default route.
     
                      This attribute may not take a Multicast (Class  D)
                      address value.
     
                      Any assignment (implicit or  otherwise) of  an
                      instance of this attribute to a value x must be
                      rejected if the bitwise logical-AND of x with the
                      value of the corresponding instance of the
                      ipForwardMask attribute is not equal to x.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 1};
     
            ipForwardEntryId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpForwardEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class
            ipForwardEntry.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2 1};
     
            ipForwardIfIndex ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR  EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardIfIndexBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardIfIndex with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 5} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The ifIndex value which identifies  the  local
                      interface  through  which  the next hop of this
                      route should be reached.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 5};
     
            ipForwardInfo ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.ObjectIdentifier;
     
     
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                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardInfoBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardInfo with object
                      id {ipForwardEntry 9} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A reference to MIB definitions specific to the
                      particular routing protocol which is responsible
                      for this route, as determined by the value
                      specified  in the route's ipForwardProto value. If
                      this information is not present, its value should
                      be set to the OBJECT IDENTIFIER {0 0 }, which is a
                      syntactically valid object identifier, and any
                      implementation conforming to ASN.1 and the Basic
                      Encoding Rules must be able to generate and
                      recognize this value.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 9};
     
            ipForwarding ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpForwarding;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwarding with object
                      id {ip 1} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The indication of whether this entity is acting
                      as an IP gateway in respect to the forwarding of
                      datagrams received by, but not addressed to, this
                      entity. IP gateways forward datagrams. IP hosts do
                      not (except those source-routed via the host).
     
                      Note that for some managed nodes, this attribute
                      may take on only a subset of the values possible.
                      Accordingly, it is appropriate for an agent to
                      return a `badValue' response if a management
                      station attempts to change this attribute to an
                      inappropriate value.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 1};
     
            ipForwardMask ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}: ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardMaskBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
     
     
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                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardMask with object
                      id {ipForwardEntry 2} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Indicate the mask to be logical- ANDed with the
                      destination  address  before being compared to the
                      value  in  the ipForwardDest  field. For those
                      systems  that do  not support arbitrary subnet
                      masks, an agent constructs the value of the
                      ipForwardMask by reference to the IP Address
                      Class.
     
                      Any assignment (implicit or otherwise) of an
                      instance of this  attribute to a value x must be
                      rejected if the bitwise logical-AND of x with the
                      value of the corresponding instance of the
                      ipForwardDest attribute is not equal to
                      ipForwardDest.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 2};
     
            ipForwardNextHop ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}: ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardNextHopBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardNextHop with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 4} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!On remote routes, the address of the next system
                      en route; Otherwise, 0.0.0.0.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 4};
     
            ipForwardNextHopAS ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardNextHopASBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardNextHopAS with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 10} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The Autonomous System Number of the Next Hop.
                      When this is unknown or not relevant to the
                      protocol indicated by ipForwardProto, zero.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 10};
     
     
     
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            ipForwardNumber ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}: gauge32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardNumberBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardNumber with
                      object id {ipForward 1} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of current ipForward entries that are
                      not invalid.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 1};
     
            ipForwardMetric1 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardMetric1Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardMetric1 with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 11} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The primary routing  metric  for  this  route.
                      The semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in the route's
                      ipForwardProto  value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 11};
     
            ipForwardMetric2 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardMetric2Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardMetric2 with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 12} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An alternate routing metric  for  this  route.
                      The  semantics of this metric are determined by
                      the routing-protocol specified in  the route's
                      ipForwardProto  value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 12};
     
            ipForwardMetric3 ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardMetric3Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardMetric3 with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 13} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An alternate routing metric for this route. The
                      semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in the route's
                      ipForwardProto value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 13};
     
            ipForwardMetric4 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardMetric4Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardMetric4 with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 14} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An alternate routing metric for this route. The
                      semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in the route's
                      ipForwardProto value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 14};
     
            ipForwardMetric5 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardMetric5Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardMetric5 with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 15} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An alternate routing metric for this route. The
                      semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in  the route's
                      ipForwardProto value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
     
     
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            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 15};
     
            ipForwardPolicy ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardPolicyBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardPolicy with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 3} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The general set of conditions that would cause
                      the selection of one multipath route (set of next
                      hops for a given destination) is  referred to as
                      'policy'.
     
                      Unless the mechanism indicated by ipForwardProto
                      specifies otherwise, the policy specifier is the
                      IP TOS Field.  The encoding of IP TOS is as
                      specified  by  the  following convention.  Zero
                      indicates the default path if no more  specific
                      policy applies.
     
                      IP TOS                         IP TOS
                      Field    Policy                Field        Policy
                      Contents Code                  Contents     Code
                      0 0 0 0  ==>   0              0 0 0 1  ==>   2
                      0 0 1 0  ==>   4              0 0 1 1  ==>   6
                      0 1 0 0  ==>   8              0 1 0 1  ==>  10
                      0 1 1 0  ==>  12              0 1 1 1  ==>  14
                      1 0 0 0  ==>  16              1 0 0 1  ==>  18
                      1 0 1 0  ==>  20              1 0 1 1  ==>  22
                      1 1 0 0  ==>  24              1 1 0 1  ==>  26
                      1 1 1 0  ==>  28              1 1 1 1  ==>  30
     
                      Protocols defining 'policy' otherwise must  either
                      define a set of values which are valid for this
                      attribute or must implement an integer-instanced
                      policy table for which this attribute's value acts
                      as an index.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 3};
     
            ipForwardProto ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpForwardProto;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardProtoBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
     
     
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                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardProto with
                      object id {ipForwardEntry 7} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The routing mechanism via which this route was
                      learned. Inclusion of values for gateway routing
                      protocols is not intended to imply that hosts
                      should support those protocols.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 7};
     
            ipForwardType ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpForwardType;
                 MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardTypeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwardType with object
                      id {ipForwardEntry 6} in RFC1354.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The type of route.  Note that local(3)  refers
                      to  a route for which the next hop is the final
                      destination; remote(4) refers to a route for which
                      the next hop is not the final destination.
     
                      Setting this attribute to the value invalid(2) has
                      the  effect of invalidating the corresponding
                      ipForwardEntry. That is, it effectively
                      disassociates the destination identified with said
                      entry from the route identified with said entry.
                      It is an implementation-specific matter as to
                      whether the agent removes an invalidated entry
                      from the table. Accordingly, management stations
                      must be prepared to receive tabular information
                      from agents that corresponds to entries not
                      currently in use.  Proper interpretation of such
                      entries requires examining the relevant
                      ipForwardType attribute.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1 6};
     
            ipForwDatagrams ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwDatagramsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipForwDatagrams with
                      object id {ip 6} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
     
     
     
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                      !!The number of input datagrams for which this
                      entity was not their final IP destination, as a
                      result of which an attempt was made to find a
                      route to forward them to that final destination.
                      In entities which do not act as IP Gateways, this
                      counter will include only those packets which were
                      Source-Routed via this entity, and the Source-
                      Route option processing was successful.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 6};
     
     
            ipFragCreates ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipFragCreatesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipFragCreates with object
                      id {ip 19} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of IP datagram fragments that have
                      been generated as a result of fragmentation at
                      this entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 19};
     
            ipFragFails ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipFragFailsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipFragFails with object
                      id {ip 18} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of IP datagrams that have been
                      discarded because they needed to be fragmented at
                      this entity but could not be, e.g., because their
                      Don't Fragment flag was set.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 18};
     
            ipFragOKs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipFragOKsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipFragOKs with object id
                      {ip 17} in RFC1213.!!;
     
     
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                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of IP datagrams that have been
                      successfully fragmented at this entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 17};
     
            ipId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class ip.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 4};
     
            ipInAddrErrors ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipInAddrErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipInAddrErrors with
                      object id {ip 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of input datagrams discarded because
                      the IP address in their IP header's destination
                      field was not a valid address to be received at
                      this entity. This count includes invalid addresses
                      (e.g., 0.0.0.0) and addresses of unsupported
                      Classes (e.g., Class E). For entities which are
                      not IP Gateways and therefore do not forward
                      datagrams, this counter includes datagrams
                      discarded because the destination address was not
                      a local address.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 5};
     
            ipInDelivers ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipInDeliversBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipInDelivers with object
                      id {ip 9} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of input datagrams successfully
                      delivered to IP user-protocols (including
                      ICMP).!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 9};
     
     
     
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            ipInDiscards ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipInDiscardsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipInDiscards with object
                      id {ip 8} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of input IP datagrams for which no
                      problems were encountered to prevent their
                      continued processing, but which were discarded
                      (e.g., for lack of buffer space). Note that this
                      counter does not include any datagrams discarded
                      while awaiting re-assembly.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 8};
     
            ipInHdrErrors ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipInHdrErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipInHdrErrors with object
                      id {ip 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of input datagrams discarded due to
                      errors in their IP headers, including bad
                      checksums, version number mismatch, other format
                      errors, time-to-live exceeded, errors discovered
                      in processing their IP options, etc.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 4};
     
            ipInReceives ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipInReceivesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipInReceives with object
                      id {ip 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of input datagrams received
                      from interfaces, including those received in
                      error.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 3};
     
            ipInUnknownProtos ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipInUnknownProtosBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipInUnknownProtos with
                      object id {ip 7} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of locally-addressed datagrams
                      received successfully but discarded because of an
                      unknown or unsupported protocol.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 7};
     
            ipNetToMediaEntryId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpNetToMediaEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipNetToMediaEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class
                      ipNetToMediaEntry.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 22 1};
     
            ipNetToMediaIfIndex ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX    IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipNetToMediaIfIndexBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipNetToMediaIfIndex with
                      object id {ipNetToMediaEntry 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The interface on which this entry's equivalence
                      is effective. The interface identified by a
                      particular value of this index is the same
                      interface as identified by the same value of
                      ifIndex.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 22 1 1};
     
            ipNetToMediaNetAddress ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipNetToMediaNetAddressBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
     
     
     
     
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                      !!This attribute maps to ipNetToMediaNetAddress
                      with object id {ipNetToMediaEntry 3} in
                      RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The IpAddress corresponding to the media-
                      dependent `physical' address.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 22 1 3};
     
            ipNetToMediaPhysAddress ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM  {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:physAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipNetToMediaPhysAddressBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipNetToMediaPhysAddress
                      with object id {ipNetToMediaEntry 2} in
                      RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The media-dependent `physical' address.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 22 1 2};
     
            ipNetToMediaType ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpNetToMediaType;
                      MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipNetToMediaTypeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipNetToMediaType with
                      object id {ipNetToMediaEntry 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The type of mapping. Setting this attribute to
                      the value invalid(2) has the effect of
                      invalidating the corresponding entry in the
                      ipNetToMediaTable. That is, it effectively
                      disassociates the interface identified with said
                      entry from the mapping identified with said entry.
                      It is an implementation-specific matter as to
                      whether the agent removes an invalidated entry
                      from the table. Accordingly, management stations
                      must be prepared to receive tabular information
                      from agents that corresponds to entries not
                      currently in use. Proper interpretation of such
                      entries requires examination of the relevant
                      ipNetToMediaType attribute.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 22 1 4};
     
            ipOutDiscards ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipOutDiscardsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipOutDiscards with object
                      id ip 11} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of output IP datagrams for which no
                      problem was encountered to prevent their
                      transmission to their destination, but which were
                      discarded (e.g., for lack of buffer space). Note
                      that this counter would include datagrams counted
                      in ipForwDatagrams if any such packets met this
                      (discretionary) discard criterion.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 11};
     
            ipOutNoRoutes ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipOutNoRoutesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipOutNoRoutes with object
                      id {ip 12} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of IP datagrams discarded because no
                      route could be found to transmit them to their
                      destination. Note that this counter includes any
                      packets counted in ipForwDatagrams which meet this
                      `no-route' criterion. Note that this includes any
                      datagrams which a host cannot route because all of
                      its default gateways are down.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 12};
     
            ipOutRequests ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipOutRequestsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipOutRequests with object
                      id {ip 10}.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of IP datagrams which local IP
                      user-protocols (including ICMP) supplied to IP in
                      requests for transmission. Note that this counter
                      does not include any datagrams counted in
                      ipForwDatagrams.!!;
     
     
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                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 10};
     
            ipReasmFails ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipReasmFailsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipReasmFails with objects
                      id {ip 16} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of failures detected by the IP re-
                      assembly algorithm (for whatever reason: timed
                      out, errors, etc). Note that this is not
                      necessarily a count of discarded IP fragments
                      since some algorithms (notably the algorithm in
                      RFC 815) can lose track of the number of fragments
                      by combining them as they are received.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 16};
     
            ipReasmOKs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipReasmOKsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipReasmOKs with object id
                      {ip 15} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of IP datagrams successfully re-
                      assembled.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 15};
     
            ipReasmReqds ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipReasmReqdsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipReasmReqds with object
                      id {ip 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of IP fragments received which needed
                      to be reassembled at this entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 14};
     
            ipReasmTimeout ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipReasmTimeoutBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipReasmTimeout with
                      object id {ip 13} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The maximum number of seconds which received
                      fragments are held while they are awaiting
                      reassembly at this entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 13};
     
            ipRouteAge ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteAgeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteAge with object id
                      {ipRouteEntry 10} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of seconds since this route was last
                      updated or otherwise determined to be correct.
                      Note that no semantics of `too old' can be implied
                      except through knowledge of the routing protocol
                      by which the route was learned.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 10};
     
            ipRouteDest ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteDestBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteDest with object
                      id {ipRouteEntry 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The destination IP address of this route. An
                      entry with a value of 0.0.0.0 is considered a
                      default route. Multiple routes to a single
                      destination can appear in the table, but access to
                      such multiple entries is dependent on the table-
                      access mechanisms defined by the network
                      management protocol in use.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 1};
     
     
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            ipRouteEntryId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpRouteEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS !The naming attribute for object class
            ipRouteEntry.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1};
     
            ipRouteIfIndex ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                      MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteIfIndexBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteIfIndex with
                      object id {ipRouteEntry 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The index value which uniquely identifies the
                      local interface through which the next hop of this
                      route should be reached. The interface identified
                      by a particular value of this index is the same
                      interface as identified by the same value of
                      ifIndex.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 2};
     
            ipRouteInfo ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.ObjectIdentifier;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteInfoBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteInfo with object
                      id {ipRouteEntry 13} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A reference to MIB definitions specific to the
                      particular routing protocol which is responsible
                      for this route, as determined by the value
                      specified in the route's ipRouteProto value. If
                      this information is not present, its value should
                      be set to the OBJECT IDENTIFIER { 0 0 }, which is
                      a syntactically valid object identifier, and any
                      conformant implementation of ASN.1 and BER must be
                      able to generate and recognize this value.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 13};
     
     
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            ipRouteMask ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteMaskBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteMask with object
                      id {ipRouteEntry 11} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Indicate the mask to be logical-ANDed with the
                      destination address before being compared to the
                      value in the ipRouteDest field. For those systems
                      that do not support arbitrary subnet masks, an
                      agent constructs the value of the ipRouteMask by
                      determining whether the value of the correspondent
                      ipRouteDest field belong to a class-A, B, or C
                      network, and then using one of:
     
                      mask           network
                      255.0.0.0                  class-A
                      255.255.0.0                class-B
                      255.255.255.0              class-C
     
                      If the value of the ipRouteDest is 0.0.0.0 (a
                      default route), then the mask value is also
                      0.0.0.0. It should be noted that all IP routing
                      subsystems implicitly use this mechanism.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 11};
     
            ipRouteMetric1 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteMetric1Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteMetric1 with
                      object id {ipRouteEntry 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The primary routing metric for this route. The
                      semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in the route's
                      ipRouteProto value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 3};
     
            ipRouteMetric2 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                      MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
     
     
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                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteMetric2Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteMetric with object
                      id {ipRouteEntry 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An alternate routing metric for this route. The
                      semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in the route's
                      ipRouteProto value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 4};
     
            ipRouteMetric3 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                      MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteMetric3Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteMetric3 with
                      object id {ipRouteEntry 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An alternate routing metric for this route. The
                      semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in the route's
                      ipRouteProto value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 5};
     
            ipRouteMetric4 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                      MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteMetric4Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteMetric4 with
                      object id {ipRouteEntry 6} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An alternate routing metric for this route. The
                      semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in the route's
                      ipRouteProto value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 6};
     
     
     
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            ipRouteMetric5 ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteMetric5Behaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteMetric5 with
                      object id {ipRouteEntry 12} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An alternate routing metric for this route. The
                      semantics of this metric are determined by the
                      routing-protocol specified in the route's
                      ipRouteProto value. If this metric is not used,
                      its value should be set to -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 12};
     
            ipRouteNextHop ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteNextHopBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteNextHop with
                      object id {ipRouteEntry 7} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The IP address of the next hop of this route.
                      (In the case of a route bound to an interface
                      which is realized via a broadcast media, the value
                      of this field is the agent's IP address on that
                      interface.)!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 7};
     
            ipRouteProto ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpRouteProto;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteProtoBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteProto with object
                      id {ipRouteEntry 9} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The routing mechanism via which this route was
                      learned. Inclusion of values for gateway routing
                      protocols is not intended to imply that hosts
                      should support those protocols.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
     
     
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            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 9};
     
            ipRouteType ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.IpRouteType;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRouteTypeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRouteType with object
                      id {ipRouteEntry 8} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The type of route. Note that the values
                      direct(3) and indirect(4) refer to the notion of
                      direct and indirect routing in the IP
                      architecture.
     
                      Setting this attribute to the value invalid(2) has
                      the effect of invalidating the corresponding
                      ipRouteEntry. That is, it effectively
                      disassociates the destination identified with said
                      entry from the route identified with said entry.
                      It is an implementation-specific matter as to
                      whether the agent removes an invalidated entry
                      from the table. Accordingly, management stations
                      must be prepared to receive tabular information
                      from agents that corresponds to entries not
                      currently in use. Proper interpretation of such
                      entries requires examination of the relevant
                      ipRouteType attribute.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1 8};
     
            ipRoutingDiscards ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipRoutingDiscardsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to ipRoutingDiscards with
                      object id {ip 23} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of routing entries which were chosen
                      to be discarded even though they are valid. One
                      possible reason for discarding such an entry could
                      be to free-up buffer space for other routing
                      entries.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 23};
     
            snmpEnableAuthenTraps   ATTRIBUTE
     
     
     
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                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.SnmpEnableAuthenTraps;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpEnableAuthenTrapsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpEnableAuthenTraps
                      with object id {snmp 30} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!Indicates whether the SNMP agent process is
                      permitted to generate authentication-failure
                      traps. The value of this attribute overrides any
                      configuration information; as such, it provides a
                      means whereby all authentication-failure traps may
                      be disabled.
     
                      Note that it is strongly recommended that this
                      attribute be stored in non-volatile memory so that
                      it remains constant between re-initializations of
                      the network management system.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 30};
     
            snmpId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.SnmpIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class snmp.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 11};
     
            snmpInASNParseErrs      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInASNParseErrsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInASNParseErrs with
                      object id {snmp 6} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of ASN.1 or BER errors
                      encountered by the SNMP protocol entity when
                      decoding received SNMP Messages.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 6};
     
            snmpInBadCommunityNames ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInBadCommunityNamesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
     
     
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                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInBadCommunityNames
                      with object id {snmp 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Messages delivered to
                      the SNMP protocol entity which used a SNMP
                      community name not known to said entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 4};
     
            snmpInBadCommunityUses  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInBadCommunityUsesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInBadCommunityUses
                      with object id {snmp 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Messages delivered to
                      the SNMP protocol entity which represented an SNMP
                      operation which was not allowed by the SNMP
                      community named in the Message.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 5};
     
            snmpInBadValues ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInBadValuesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to the snmpInBadValues with
                      object id {snmp 10} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP PDUs which were
                      delivered to the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status field is
                      `badValue'.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 10};
     
            snmpInBadVersions       ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInBadVersionsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
     
     
     
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                      !!This attribute maps to the snmpInBadVersions
                      with object id {snmp 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Messages which were
                      delivered to the SNMP protocol entity and were for
                      an unsupported SNMP version.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 3};
     
            snmpInGenErrs   ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInGenErrsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to the snmpInGenErrs with
                      object id {snmp 12} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP PDUs which were
                      delivered to the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status field is
                      `genErr'.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 12};
     
            snmpInGetNexts  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInGetNextsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to the snmpInGetNexts with
                      object id {snmp 16} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Get-Next PDUs which
                      have been accepted and processed by the SNMP
                      protocol entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 16};
     
            snmpInGetRequests       ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInGetRequestsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to the snmpInGetRequests
                      with object id {snmp 15} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
     
     
     
     
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                      !!The total number of SNMP Get-Request PDUs which
                      have been accepted and processed by the SNMP
                      protocol entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 15};
     
            snmpInGetResponses      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInGetResponsesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to the snmpInGetResponses
                      with object id {snmp 18} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Get-Response PDUs which
                      have been accepted and processed by the SNMP
                      protocol entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 18};
     
            snmpInNoSuchNames       ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInNoSuchNamesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to the snmpInNoSuchNames
                      with object id {snmp 9} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP PDUs which were
                      delivered to the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status field is
                      `noSuchName'.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 9};
     
            snmpInPkts      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInPktsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInPkts with object id
                      {snmp 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of Messages delivered to the
                      SNMP entity from the transport service.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 1};
     
     
     
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            snmpInReadOnlys ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInReadOnlysBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to the snmpInReadOnlys with
                      object id {snmp 11} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number valid SNMP PDUs which were
                      delivered to the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status field is
                      `readOnly'. It should be noted that it is a
                      protocol error to generate an SNMP PDU which
                      contains the value `readOnly' in the error-status
                      field, as such this attribute is provided as a
                      means of detecting incorrect implementations of
                      the SNMP.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 11};
     
            snmpInSetRequests       ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInSetRequestsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInSetRequests with
                      object id {snmp 17} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Set-Request PDUs which
                      have been accepted and processed by the SNMP
                      protocol entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 17};
     
            snmpInTooBigs   ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInTooBigsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInTooBigs with object
                      id {snmp 8} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP PDUs which were
                      delivered to the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status field is
                      `tooBig'.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 8};
     
     
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            snmpInTotalReqVars      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInTotalReqVarsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInTotalReqVars with
                      object id {snmp 13} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of MIB objects which have been
                      retrieved successfully by the SNMP protocol entity
                      as the result of receiving valid SNMP Get-Request
                      and Get-Next PDUs.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 13};
     
            snmpInTotalSetVars      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInTotalSetVarsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInTotalSetVars with
                      object id {snmp 14} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of MIB objects which have been
                      altered successfully by the SNMP protocol entity
                      as the result of receiving valid SNMP Set-Request
                      PDUs.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 14};
     
            snmpInTraps     ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpInTrapsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpInTraps with object
                      id {snmp 19}.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Trap PDUs which have
                      been accepted and processed by the SNMP protocol
                      entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 19};
     
            snmpOutBadValues        ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
     
     
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                      snmpOutBadValuesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutBadValues with
                      object id {snmp 22} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP PDUs which were
                      generated by the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status field is
                      `badValue'.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 22};
     
            snmpOutGenErrs  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutGenErrsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutGenErrs with
                      object id {snmp 24} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP PDUs which were
                      generated by the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status field is
                      `genErr'.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 24};
     
            snmpOutGetNexts ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutGetNextsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutGetNexts with
                      object id {snmp 26} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Get-Next PDUs which
                      have been generated by the SNMP protocol
                      entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 26};
     
            snmpOutGetRequests      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutGetRequestsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
     
     
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                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutGetRequests with
                      object id {snmp 25} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Get-Request PDUs which
                      have been generated by the SNMP protocol
                      entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 25};
     
            snmpOutGetResponses     ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutGetResponsesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutGetResponses with
                      object id {snmp 28} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Get-Response PDUs which
                      have been generated by the SNMP protocol
                      entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 28};
     
            snmpOutNoSuchNames      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutNoSuchNamesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutNoSuchNames with
                      object id {snmp 21} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP PDUs which were
                      generated by the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status is
                      `noSuchName'.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 21};
     
            snmpOutPkts     ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutPktsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutPkts with object
                      is {snmp 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
     
     
     
     
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                      !!The total number of SNMP Messages which were
                      passed from the SNMP protocol entity to the
                      transport service.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 2};
     
            snmpOutSetRequests      ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutSetRequestsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attributes maps to snmpOutSetRequests with
                      object id {snmp 27} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Set-Request PDUs which
                      have been generated by the SNMP protocol
                      entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 27};
     
            snmpOutTooBigs  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutTooBigsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutTooBigs with
                      object id {snmp 20} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP PDUs which were
                      generated by the SNMP protocol entity and for
                      which the value of the error-status field is
                      `tooBig.'!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 20};
     
            snmpOutTraps    ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      snmpOutTrapsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to snmpOutTraps with object
                      id {snmp 29} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of SNMP Trap PDUs which have
                      been generated by the SNMP protocol entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 11 29};
     
     
     
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            sysContact ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :displayString;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      sysContactBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to sysContact with object id
                      {system 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The textual identification of the contact person
                      for this managed node, together with information
                      on how to contact this person.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 1 4};
     
            sysDescr ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :displayString;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      sysDescrBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to sysDescr with object id
                      {system 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A textual description of the entity. This value
                      should include the full name and version
                      identification of the system's hardware type,
                      software operating-system, and networking
                      software. It is mandatory that this only contain
                      printable ASCII characters.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 1 1};
     
            sysLocation     ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :displayString;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      sysLocationBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to sysLocation with object
                      id {system 6} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The physical location of this node (e.g.,
                      `telephone closet, 3rd floor').!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 1 6};
     
            sysName         ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :displayString;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      sysNameBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
     
     
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                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to sysName with object id
                      {system 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!An administratively-assigned name for this
                      managed node. By convention, this is the node's
                      fully-qualified domain name.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 1 5};
     
            sysObjectID     ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.ObjectIdentifier;
                 MATCHES FOR  EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      sysObjectIDBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to sysObjectID with object
                      id {system 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The vendor's authoritative identification of the
                      network management subsystem contained in the
                      entity. This value is allocated within the SMI
                      enterprises subtree (1.3.6.1.4.1) and provides an
                      easy and unambiguous means for determining `what
                      kind of box' is being managed. For example, if
                      vendor `Flintstones, Inc.' was assigned the
                      subtree 1.3.6.1.4.1.4242, it could assign the
                      identifier 1.3.6.1.4.1.4242.1.1 to its `Fred
                      Router'.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 1 2};
     
            sysServices     ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer128;
                 MATCHES FOR  EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      sysServicesBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to sysServices with object
                      id {system 7}.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!A value which indicates the set of services that
                      this entity primarily offers.
     
                      The value is a sum. This sum initially takes the
                      value zero, Then, for each layer, L, in the range
                      1 through 7, that this node performs transactions
     
     
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                      for, 2 raised to (L - 1) is added to the sum. For
                      example, a node which performs primarily routing
                      functions would have a value of 4 (2^(3-1)). In
                      contrast, a node which is a host offering
                      application services would have a value of 72
                      (2^(4-1) + 2^(7-1)). Note that in the context of
                      the Internet suite of protocols, values should be
                      calculated accordingly:
     
                      layer               functionality
                      1              physical (e.g., repeaters)
                      2              datalink/subnetwork (e.g., bridges)
                      3              internet (e.g., IP gateways)
                      4              end-to-end (e.g., IP hosts)
                      7              applications (e.g., mail relays)
     
                      For systems including OSI protocols, layers 5 and
                      6 may also be counted.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 1 7};
     
            sysUpTime       ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}: timeTicks;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      sysUpTimeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to sysUpTime with object id
                      {system 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The time (in hundredths of a second) since the
                      network management portion of the system was last
                      re-initialized.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 1 3};
     
            tcpActiveOpens ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpActiveOpensBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpActiveOpens with
                      object id {tcp 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of times TCP connections have made a
                      direct transition to the SYN-SENT state from the
                      CLOSED state!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 5};
     
            tcpAttemptFails  ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpAttemptFailsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpAttemptFails with
                      object id {tcp 7} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of times TCP connections have made a
                      direct transition to the CLOSED state from either
                      the SYN-SENT state or the SYN-RCVD state, plus the
                      number of times TCP connections have made a direct
                      transition to the LISTEN state from the SYN-RCVD
                      state.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 7};
     
            tcpConnEntryId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.TcpConnEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpConnEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class
            tcpConnEntry.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 13 1};
     
            tcpConnLocalAddress ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpConnLocalAddressBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpConnLocalAddress with
                      object id {tcpConnEntry 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The local IP address for this TCP connection. In
                      the case of a connection in the listen state which
                      is willing to accept connections for any IP
                      interface associated with the node, the value
                      0.0.0.0 is used.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 13 1 2};
     
            tcpConnLocalPort ATTRIBUTE
                WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer64k;
                MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpConnLocalPortBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
     
     
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                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpConnLocalPort with
                      object id {tcpConnEntry 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The local port number for this TCP
                      connection.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 13 1 3};
     
            tcpConnRemAddress ATTRIBUTE
                DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpConnRemAddressBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpConnRemAddress with
                      object id {tcpConnEntry 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The remote IP address for this TCP
                      connection.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 13 1 4};
     
            tcpConnRemPort  ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer64k;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpConnRemPortBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpConnRemPort with
                      object id {tcpConnEntry 5} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The remote port number for this TCP
                      connection.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 13 1 5};
     
            tcpConnState ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.TcpConnState;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpConnStateBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpConnState with object
                      id {tcpConnEntry 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The state of this TCP connection. The only value
                      which may be set by a management station is
                      deleteTCB(12). Accordingly, it is appropriate for
     
     
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                      an agent to return a `badValue' response if a
                      management station attempts to set this attribute
                      to any other value. If a management station sets
                      this attribute to the value deleteTCB(12), then
                      this has the effect of deleting the TCB (as
                      defined in RFC 793) of the corresponding
                      connection on the managed node, resulting in
                      immediate termination of the connection. As an
                      implementation-specific option, a RST segment may
                      be sent from the managed node to the other TCP
                      endpoint (note however that RST segments are not
                      sent reliably).!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 13 1 1};
     
            tcpCurrEstab ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}: gauge32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpCurrEstabBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpCurrEstab with object
                      id {tcp 9} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of TCP connections for which the
                      current state is either ESTABLISHED or CLOSE-
                      WAIT.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 9};
     
            tcpEstabResets ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpEstabResetsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpEstabResets with
                      object id {tcp 8} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of times TCP connections have made a
                      direct transition to the CLOSED state from either
                      the ESTABLISHED state or the CLOSE-WAIT state.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 8};
     
            tcpId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.TcpIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class tcp.!;;
     
     
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            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 6};
     
            tcpInErrs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpInErrsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpInErrs with object id
                      {tcp 14} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of segments received in error
                      (e.g., bad TCP checksums).!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 14};
     
            tcpInSegs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpInSegsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpInSegs with object id
                      {tcp 10} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of segments received, including
                      those received in error. This count includes
                      segments received on currently established
                      connections.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 10};
     
            tcpMaxConn ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpMaxConnBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpMaxConn with object id
                      {tcp 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The limit on the total number of TCP connections
                      the entity can support. In entities where the
                      maximum number of connections is dynamic, this
                      attribute should contain the value -1.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 4};
     
            tcpOutRsts ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
     
     
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                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpOutRstsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpOutRsts with object id
                      {tcp 15} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of TCP segments sent containing the
                      RST flag.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 15};
     
            tcpOutSegs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpOutSegsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpOutSegs with object id
                      {tcp 11} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of segments sent, including
                      those on current connections but excluding those
                      containing only retransmitted octets.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 11};
     
            tcpPassiveOpens  ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpPassiveOpensBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpPassiveOpens with
                      object id {tcp 6} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of times TCP connections have made a
                      direct transition to the SYN-RCVD state from the
                      LISTEN state.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 6};
     
            tcpRetransSegs ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpRetransSegsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpRetransSegs with
                      object id {tcp 12} in RFC1213.!!;
     
     
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                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of segments retransmitted -
                      that is, the number of TCP segments transmitted
                      containing one or more previously transmitted
                      octets.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 12};
     
            tcpRtoAlgorithm ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.TcpRtoAlgorithm;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpRtoAlgorithmBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpRtoAlgorithm with
                      object id {tcp 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The algorithm used to determine the timeout
                      value used for retransmitting unacknowledged
                      octets.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 1};
     
            tcpRtoMax  ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpRtoMaxBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpRtoMax with object id
                      {tcp 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The maximum value permitted by a TCP
                      implementation for the retransmission timeout,
                      measured in milliseconds. More refined semantics
                      for attributes of this type depend upon the
                      algorithm used to determine the retransmission
                      timeout. In particular, when the timeout algorithm
                      is rsre(3), an attribute of this type has the
                      semantics of the UBOUND quantity described in RFC
                      793.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 3};
     
            tcpRtoMin ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX  IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpRtoMinBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
     
     
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                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to tcpRtoMin with object id
                      {tcp 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The minimum value permitted by a TCP
                      implementation for the retransmission timeout,
                      measured in milliseconds. More refined semantics
                      for attributes of this type depend upon the
                      algorithm used to determine the retransmission
                      timeout. In particular, when the timeout algorithm
                      is rsre(3), an attribute of this type has the
                      semantics of the LBOUND quantity described in RFC
                      793.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 2};
     
            udpEntryId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.UdpEntryIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpEntryIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class
            udpEntry.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 5 1};
     
            udpId ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.UdpIdValue;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpIdBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !The naming attribute for object class udp.!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoName 1 3 6 1 2 1 7};
     
            udpInDatagrams ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpInDatagramsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to udpInDatagrams with
                      object id {udp 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of UDP datagrams delivered to
                      UDP users.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 1};
     
            udpInErrors ATTRIBUTE
     
     
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                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpInErrorsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to udpInErrors with object
                      id {udp 3} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The number of received UDP datagrams that could
                      not be delivered for reasons other than the lack
                      of an application at the destination port.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 3};
     
            udpLocalAddress ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM   {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS}:ipAddress;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpLocalAddressBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to udpLocalAddress with
                      object id {udpEntry 1} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The local IP address for this UDP listener. In
                      the case of a UDP listener which is willing to
                      accept datagrams for any IP interface associated
                      with the node, the value 0.0.0.0 is used.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 5 1 1};
     
            udpLocalPort ATTRIBUTE
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX   IIMCRFC12131354ASN1.Integer64k;
                 MATCHES FOR      EQUALITY, ORDERING;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpLocalPortBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to udpLocalPort with object
                      id {udpEntry 2} in RFC 1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The local port number for this UDP listener.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 5 1 2};
     
            udpNoPorts ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpNoPortsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
     
     
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                      !!This attribute maps to udpNoPorts with object id
                      {udp 2} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of received UDP datagrams for
                      which there was no application at the destination
                      port.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 2};
     
            udpOutDatagrams ATTRIBUTE
                 DERIVED FROM {iimcIIMCIMIBTRANS} :counter32;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpOutDatagramsBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      REFERENCE
                      !!This attribute maps to udpOutDatagrams with
                      object id {udp 4} in RFC1213.!!;
                      DESCRIPTION
                      !!The total number of UDP datagrams sent from this
                      entity.!!;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoObjAndAttr 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 4};
     
     
            -- 2.1.3  IIMCMIB-II Name Bindings
     
     
            at-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     at   AND SUBCLASSES ;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE  atId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 at-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 3 };
     
            atEntry-atNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     atEntry   AND SUBCLASSES ;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS  at   AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE  atEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      atEntry-atNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     RFC1213-MIB.atIfIndex,
                           RFC1213-MIB.atNetAddress;
                      DELETEATT atPhysAddress;
                      DELETEVALUE ''h;
     
     
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                      ENDPARSE!;;
                 CREATE    WITH-AUTOMATIC-INSTANCE-NAMING,
                           WITH-REFERENCE-OBJECT;
                 DELETE    DELETES-CONTAINED-OBJECTS;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 3 1 1};
     
            egp-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     egp AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE  egpId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 egp-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 };
     
            egpNeighEntry-egpNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS egpNeighEntry  AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS  egp  AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE egpNeighEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      egpNeighEntry-egpNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX RFC1213-MIB.egpNeighAddr;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 8 5 1};
     
            icmp-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     icmp  AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE icmpId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 icmp-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 5 };
     
            ifEntry-interfacesNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     ifEntry AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS   interfaces AND
            SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE ifEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ifEntry-interfacesNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
     
     
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                      INDEX RFC1213-MIB.ifIndex;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 1};
     
            interfaces-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     interfaces AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE interfacesId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 interfaces-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 2 };
     
            internetSystem-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     internetSystem  AND
            SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE internetSystemId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 internetSystem-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 1 };
     
            ip-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     ip AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE ipId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 ip-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 4};
     
            ipAddrEntry-ipNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     ipAddrEntry AND
            SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS  ip AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE ipAddrEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
     
     
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                      ipAddrEntry-ipNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX RFC1213-MIB.ipAdEntAddr;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 20 1};
     
            ipForwardEntry-ipNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     ipForwardEntry AND
            SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS  ip AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE ipForwardEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipForwardEntry-ipNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     RFC1354-MIB.ipForwardDest,
                                RFC1354-MIB.ipForwardProto,
                                RFC1354-MIB.ipForwardPolicy,
                                RFC1354-MIB.ipForwardNextHop;
                      DELETEATT ipForwardType;
                      DELETEVALUE 2;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                 CREATE    WITH-AUTOMATIC-INSTANCE-NAMING,
                           WITH-REFERENCE-OBJECT;
                 DELETE    DELETES-CONTAINED-OBJECTS;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 24 2  1};
     
            ipNetToMediaEntry-ipNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     ipNetToMediaEntry  AND
            SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS  ip  AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE ipNetToMediaEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      ipNetToMediaEntry-ipNBBehaviour
                      BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     RFC1213-MIB.ipNetToMediaIfIndex,
                           RFC1213-MIB.ipNetToMediaNetAddress;
                      DELETEATT ipNetToMediaType;
                      DELETEVALUE 2;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                 CREATE    WITH-AUTOMATIC-INSTANCE-NAMING,
                           WITH-REFERENCE-OBJECT;
                 DELETE    DELETES-CONTAINED-OBJECTS;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 22 1};
     
            ipRouteEntry-ipNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     ipRouteEntry AND
            SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS  ip AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE ipRouteEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
     
     
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                      ipRouteEntry-ipNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX RFC1213-MIB.ipRouteDest;
                      DELETEATT ipRouteType;
                      DELETEVALUE 2;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
                 CREATE    WITH-AUTOMATIC-INSTANCE-NAMING,
                           WITH-REFERENCE-OBJECT;
                 DELETE    DELETES-CONTAINED-OBJECTS;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 4 21 1};
     
            snmp-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     snmp AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE snmpId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 snmp-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 11};
     
            tcp-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     tcp AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE tcpId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 tcp-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 };
     
            tcpConnEntry-tcpNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     tcpConnEntry AND
            SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS  tcp AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE tcpConnEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      tcpConnEntry-tcpNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX      RFC1213-MIB.tcpConnLocalAddress,
                            RFC1213-MIB.tcpConnLocalPort,
                            RFC1213-MIB.tcpConnRemAddress,
                            RFC1213-MIB.tcpConnRemPort;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
     
     
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            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 6 13 1};
     
            udp-systemNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     udp  AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS
                      "Rec. X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992" :system
                      AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE udpId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                 udp-systemNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     NULL;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 7};
     
            udpEntry-udpNB  NAME BINDING
                 SUBORDINATE OBJECT CLASS     udpEntry   AND SUBCLASSES;
                 NAMED BY SUPERIOR OBJECT CLASS  udp  AND SUBCLASSES;
                 WITH ATTRIBUTE udpEntryId;
                 BEHAVIOUR
                      udpEntry-udpNBBehaviour BEHAVIOUR
                      DEFINED AS
                      !BEGINPARSE
                      INDEX     RFC1213-MIB.udpLocalAddress,
                           RFC1213-MIB.udpLocalPort;
                      ENDPARSE!;;
            REGISTERED AS {iimcAutoNameBinding 1 3 6 1 2 1 7 5 1};
     
     
     
            -- 2.2  IIMCMIB-II ASN.1 MODULE
     
            IIMCRFC12131354ASN1 {iso(1) member-body(2) 124 forum(360501)
            iimcAutoTrans(14)
            iimcAutoModule(0) 1213 1354} DEFINITIONS IMPLICIT TAGS ::=
            BEGIN
            IMPORTS
                      iimcAutoDocument, iimcAutoModule,
            iimcAutoObjAndAttr,
                      iimcAutoNameBinding, iimcAutoName
                           FROM IimcAssignedOIDs
                           {iso(1) member-body(2) 124 forum(360501)
                           iimcManual(15) iimcModule(0) 1}
                      Integer, Integer128, Integer64k, ObjectIdentifier
                           FROM IimcCommonDef
                           {iso(1) member-body(2) 124 forum(360501)
                           iimcManual(15) iimcModule(0) 2}
                      IpAddress
                           FROM SNMPv2-SMI;
     
            --  The following registration identifier is assigned to
            --  this document using procedures defined in [19]:
     
     
     
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            iimcRFC12131354 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=  {iimcAutoDocument 1213
            1354}
     
            AtEntryIdValue ::=  SEQUENCE {
                                atIfIndex [1] Integer,
                                atNetAddress   [2] IpAddress
                                }
     
            AtIdValue      ::=  NULL
     
            c-ipForwardMask          IpAddress ::= '00000000'H
            c-ipForwardIfIndex       Integer ::= 0
            c-ipForwardType          IPForwardType ::= 2 -- invalid
            c-ipForwardAge           Integer ::= 0
            c-ipForwardInfo               ObjectIdentifier ::= { 0 0 }
            c-ipForwardNextHopAS          Integer ::= 0
            c-ipForwardMetric1       Integer ::= -1
            c-ipForwardMetric2       Integer ::= -1
            c-ipForwardMetric3       Integer ::= -1
            c-ipForwardMetric4       Integer ::= -1
            c-ipForwardMetric5       Integer ::= -1
     
            EgpIdValue     ::=  NULL
     
            EgpNeighEntryIdValue     ::=  SEQUENCE {
                                egpNeighAddr   [1] IpAddress
                                }
     
            EgpNeighEventTrigger     ::= INTEGER    {
                                          start(1),
                                          stop(2)
                                          }
     
            EgpNeighMode    ::= INTEGER   {
                             active(1),
                             passive(2)
                            }
     
            EgpNeighState   ::= INTEGER   {
                             idle(1),
                             acquisition(2),
                             down(3),
                             up(4),
                             cease(5)
                             }
     
            IcmpIdValue    ::=  NULL
     
            IfAdminStatus   ::= INTEGER {
                              up(1),  -- ready to pass packets
                              down(2),
                              testing(3)  -- in some test mode
                               }
     
     
     
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            IfEntryIdValue ::=  SEQUENCE {
                                ifIndex        [1] Integer
                                }
     
            IfOperStatus    ::= INTEGER   {
                                     up(1),-- ready to pass packets
                                     down(2),
                                     testing(3)-- in some test mode
                                }
     
            IfType ::=     INTEGER   {
                          other(1),  -- none of the following
                          regular1822(2),
                          hdh1822(3),
                          ddn-x25(4),
                          rfc877-x25(5),
                          ethernet-csmacd(6),
                          iso88023-csmacd(7),
                          iso88024-tokenBus(8),
                          iso88025-tokenRing(9),
                          iso88026-man(10),
                          starLan(11),
                          proteon-10Mbit(12),
                          proteon-80Mbit(13),
                          hyperchannel(14),
                          fddi(15),
                          lapb(16),
                          sdlc(17),
                          ds1(18),
                          e1(19),-- european equivalent of T-1
                          basicISDN(20),
                          primaryISDN(21),-- proprietary serial
                          propPointToPointSerial(22),
                          ppp(23),
                          softwareLoopback(24),
                          eon(25),  -- CLNP over IP
                          ethernet-3Mbit(26),
                          nsip(27),  -- XNS over IP
                          slip(28),  -- generic SLIP
                          ultra(29),  -- ULTRA technologies
                          ds3(30),  -- T-3
                          sip(31),  -- SMDS
                          frame-relay(32)
                          }
     
            InterfacesIdValue ::=    NULL
     
            InternetSystemIdValue ::=   NULL
     
            IpAddrEntryIdValue ::=   SEQUENCE {
                                ipAdEntAddr    [1] IpAddress
                                }
     
            IpForwardEntryIdValue ::=
     
     
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                                SEQUENCE {
                                ipForwardDest       [1] IpAddress,
                                ipForwardProto      [2] IpForwardProto,
                                ipForwardPolicy          [3] Integer,
                                ipForwardNextHop    [4] IpAddress
                                }
     
            IpForwarding    ::= INTEGER   {
                           forwarding(1),-- acting as a gateway
                           not-forwarding(2)-- NOT acting as a gateway
                                }
     
            IpForwardType ::= INTEGER {
                           other    (1), -- not specified by this MIB
                           invalid  (2), -- logically deleted
                           local    (3), -- local interface
                           remote   (4)  -- remote destination
                                }
     
     
            IpForwardProto ::=  INTEGER {
                       other     (1),  -- not specified
                       local     (2),  -- local interface
                       netmgmt   (3),  -- static route
                       icmp      (4),  -- result of ICMP Redirect
                                -- the following are all dynamic
                                -- routing protocols
                       egp       (5), -- Exterior Gateway Protocol
                       ggp       (6),  -- Gateway-Gateway Protocol
                       hello     (7),  -- FuzzBall HelloSpeak
                       rip       (8),  -- Berkeley RIP or RIP-II
                       is-is     (9),  -- Dual IS-IS
                       es-is     (10), -- ISO 9542
                       ciscoIgrp (11), -- Cisco IGRP
                       bbnSpfIgp (12), -- BBN SPF IGP
                       ospf      (13), -- Open Shortest Path First
                       bgp       (14), -- Border Gateway Protocol
                       idpr      (15) -- InterDomain Policy Routing
                 }
     
            IpIdValue ::=  NULL
     
            IpNetToMediaEntryIdValue ::=
                                SEQUENCE {
                                ipNetToMediaIfIndex      [1] Integer,
                                ipNetToMediaNetAddress   [2] IpAddress
                                          }
     
            IpNetToMediaType ::= INTEGER {
                         other(1),  -- none of the following
                         invalid(2),-- an invalidated mapping
                         dynamic(3),
                         static(4)
                           }
     
     
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            IpRouteEntryIdValue ::=  SEQUENCE {
                                     ipRouteDest    [1] IpAddress
                                     }
     
            IpRouteProto    ::= INTEGER   {
                         other(1),   -- none of the following
                         local(2),   -- configured entries
                         netmgmt(3),   -- mgmt protocol
                         icmp(4),    -- obtained via ICMP,
                                       -- e.g., redirect
                         egp(5),
                         ggp(6),
                         hello(7),
                         rip(8),
                         is-is(9),
                         es-is(10),
                         ciscoIgrp(11),
                         bbnSpfIgp(12),
                         ospf(13),
                         bgp(14)
                          }
     
            IpRouteType     ::= INTEGER   {
                 other(1),      -- none of the following
                 invalid(2),    -- an invalidated route
                 direct(3), -- route to directly connected subnetwork
                 indirect(4) -- route to a non-local host/network/subnet
                           }
     
     
            SnmpEnableAuthenTraps ::= INTEGER  {
                                          enabled   (1),
                                          disabled  (2)
                                          }
     
            SnmpIdValue ::=     NULL
     
            TcpConnEntryIdValue ::=
                                SEQUENCE {
                                tcpConnLocalAddress      [1] IpAddress,
                                tcpConnLocalPort         [2] Integer64k,
                                tcpConnRemoteAddress     [3] IpAddress,
                                tcpConnRemotePort        [4] Integer64k
                                }
     
            TcpConnState    ::= INTEGER {
                                closed(1),
                                listen(2),
                                synSent(3),
                                synReceived(4),
                                established(5),
                                finWait1(6),
                                finWait2(7),
     
     
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                                closeWait(8),
                                lastAck(9),
                                closing(10),
                                timeWait(11),
                                deleteTCP(12) }
     
            TcpIdValue ::= NULL
     
            TcpRtoAlgorithm  ::= INTEGER  {
                            other(1),     -- none of the following
                            constant(2), -- a constant rto
                            rsre(3),      -- MIL-STD-1778, Appendix B
                            vanj(4)  -- Van Jacobsons alg.
                           }
     
            UdpEntryIdValue ::= SEQUENCE {
                                     udpLocalAddress     [1] IpAddress,
                                     udpLocalPort        [2] Integer64k
                                     }
     
            UdpIdValue ::= NULL
     
            END
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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                                   3. CONFORMANCE
     
            An implementation claiming conformance to the translated
            ISO/CCITT GDMO MIB-II {iimcRFC12131354} shall conform to the
            all of the requirements stated in the corresponding MOCS
            proforma specified by Annex A.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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          ANNEX A (NORMATIVE): MANAGED OBJECT CONFORMANCE STATEMENTS (MOCS)
     
     
                  This section available only in Postscript Format.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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                                  ANNEX B: GLOSSARY
     
            ASN.1   Abstract Syntax Notation One
            CCITT   Consultative Committee on Telephony and Telegraphy
            CMIP    Common Management Information Protocol
            CMIS    Common Management Information Service
            GDMO    Guidelines for the Definition of Managed Objects
            GNMP    Government Network Management Profile
            IIMC    ISO/CCITT and Internet Management Coexistence
            ISO     International Standards Organization
            MIB     Management Information Base
            MOCS    Managed Object Conformance Statement
            NMF     Network Management Forum
            OID     Object Identifier
            OSI     Open Systems Interconnection
            PDU     Protocol Data Unit
            RFC     Request For Comments
            SMI     Structure of Management Information
            SNMP    Simple Network Management Protocol
            SNMPv1  Simple Network Management Protocol Version 1
            SNMPv2  Simple Network Management Protocol Version 2
            TCP/IP  Transmission Control Protocol/Internetwork Protocol
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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                                 ANNEX C: REFERENCES
     
            1) CCITT Recommendation X.700, Management Framework
               Definition for Open Systems Interconnection (OSI).
     
               ISO/IEC 7498-4: 1989, Information Processing Systems --
               Open Systems Interconnection -Basic Reference Model Part
               4 -- Management Framework.
     
            2) ISO/IEC 8824: Information Technology -- Open System
               Interconnection -- Specification of Abstract Syntax
               Notation One (ASN.1),1990.
     
            3) CCITT Recommendation X.209 (1988), Specification of basic
               encoding rules for abstract syntax notation one (ASN.1).
     
               ISO/IEC 8825: 1990, Information Technology -- Open System
               Interconnection -- Specification of Basic Encoding Rules
               for Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1).
     
            4) CCITT Recommendation X.710, (1991), Common Management
               Information Service Definition for CCITT Applications.
     
               ISO/IEC 9595: 1991, Information Technology -- Open System
               Interconnection -- Common Management Information Service
               Definition.
     
            5) CCITT Recommendation X.711 | ISO/IEC 9596-1: 1991,
               Information Technology -- Open Systems Interconnection --
               Common Management Information Protocol -- Part 1:
               Specification.
     
            6) CCITT Recommendation X.733 (1992) | ISO/IEC 10164-4:
               1992, Information Technology -- Open Systems
               Interconnection -- Systems Management -- Part 4: Alarm
               Reporting Function.
     
            7) CCITT Recommendation X.720 (1992) | ISO/IEC 10165-1:
               1992, Information Technology -- Open Systems
               Interconnection -- Structure of Management Information --
               Part 1: Management Information Model.
     
            8) CCITT Recommendation X.721 (1992) | ISO/IEC 10165-2:
               1992, Information Technology -- Open Systems
               Interconnection -- Structure of Management Information --
               Part 2: Definition of Management Information.
     
            9) CCITT Recommendation X.721 (1992) | ISO/IEC 10165-4:
               1992, Information Technology -- Open Systems
               Interconnection -- Structure of Management Information --
               Part 4: Guidelines for the Definition of Managed Objects.
     
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            10)  CCITT Recommendation X.723 (1993) | ISO/IEC 10165-6:
               1993, Information Technology -- Open Systems
               Interconnection -- Structure of Management Information --
               Part 6: Requirements and Guidelines for Implementation
               Conformance Statement Proformas associated with OSI
               Management.
     
            11)  RFC1155, M. Rose and K. McCloghrie, Structure and
               Identification of Management Information for TCP/IP based
               internets, May 1990.
     
            12)  RFC1157, J.D. Case, M.S. Fedor, M.L. Schoffstall,C.
               Davin, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), May
               1990.
     
            13)  RFC1212, M. Rose, K. McCloghrie -- Editors, Concise MIB
               Definitions, March 1991.
     
            14)  RFC1213, K. McCloghrie and M. Rose -- Editors,
               Management Information Base for Network Management of
               TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II, March 1991.
     
            15)  RFC1354, F. Baker - Editor, IP Forwarding Table MIB,
               July, 1992.
     
            16)  RFC1441, J.D. Case, K. McCloghrie, M.T. Rose,
               S.L.Waldbusser, Introduction to version 2 of the
               Internet-standard Network Management Framework, April
               1993.
     
            17)  RFC1442, J.D. Case, K. McCloghrie, M.T. Rose,
               S.L.Waldbusser, Structure of Management Information for
               version 2 of the Simple Network Management Protocol
               (SNMPv2), April 1993.
     
            18)  RFC1448, J.D. Case, K. McCloghrie, M.T. Rose,
               S.L.Waldbusser, Protocol Operations for version 2 of the
               Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMPv2), April 1993.
     
            19)  Network Management Forum: Forum 026, Translation of
               Internet MIBs to ISO/CCITT GDMO MIBs, Issue 1.0, October
               1993.
     
            20)  Network Management Forum: Forum 028, ISO/CCITT to
               Internet Management Proxy, Issue 1.0, 1993.
     
            21)  Network Management Forum: Forum 027, ISO/CCITT to
               Internet Management Security, Issue 1.0, October 1993.
     
            22)  Network Management Forum: Forum 030, Translation of
               ISO/CCITT GDMO MIBs to Internet MIBs, Issue 1.0, October
               1993.
     
     
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            23)  NM Forum and X/Open, ISO/CCITT and Internet Management:
               Coexistence and Interworking Strategy, Issue 1.0,
               October, 1992.
     
            24)  Federal Information Processing Standards Publication
               179 -- Government Network Management Profile v1.0,
               December 1992.
     
     
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