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rfc:rfc2051

Network Working Group M. Allen Request for Comments: 2051 Wall Data Inc. Category: Standards Track B. Clouston

                                                       Z. Kielczewski
                                                        Cisco Systems
                                                              W. Kwan
                                              Jupiter Technology Inc.
                                                             B. Moore
                                                                  IBM
                                                         October 1996
        Definitions of Managed Objects for APPC using SMIv2

Status of this Memo

 This document specifies an Internet standards track protocol for the
 Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
 improvements.  Please refer to the current edition of the "Internet
 Official Protocol Standards" (STD 1) for the standardization state
 and status of this protocol.  Distribution of this memo is unlimited.

Table of Contents

 1.     Introduction  ...........................................    1
 2.     The SNMP Network Management Framework  ..................    1
 3.     Overview  ...............................................    2
 3.1    APPC MIB structure ......................................    4
 4.     Definitions  ............................................   10
 5.     Acknowledgments  ........................................  123
 6.     References  .............................................  123
 7.     Security Considerations  ................................  123
 8.     Authors' Addresses  .....................................  124

1. Introduction

 This memo defines a portion of the Management Information Base (MIB)
 for use with network management protocols in the Internet community.
 In particular, it defines objects for managing the configuration,
 monitoring and controlling of network devices with APPC (Advanced
 Program-to-Program Communications) capabilities.  This memo
 identifies managed objects for the SNA LU6.2 protocols.

2. The SNMP Network Management Framework

 The SNMP Network Management Framework consists of several components.
 For the purpose of this specification, the applicable components of
 the Framework are the SMI and related documents [2, 3, 4], which
 define the mechanisms used for describing and naming objects for the

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 purpose of management.
 The Framework permits new objects to be defined for the purpose of
 experimentation and evaluation.

3. Overview

 This document identifies the proposed set of objects for managing the
 configuration, monitoring and controlling devices with APPC
 capabilities.  APPC is the aspect of SNA which supports peer-to-peer
 communication, and provides the interface for applications to
 communicate.  In this document, we will describe LU6.2 protocol-
 specific managed objects.
 This document describes both dependent and independent LU 6.2
 protocols.
 A dependent LU requires assistance from an SSCP in order to activate
 an LU 6.2 session.  An independent LU is able to activate an LU 6.2
 session without assistance from the SSCP.  If the agent supports
 dependent LU 6.2 only, the SNA NAU MIB, RFC 1666 [7] is used instead
 to represent those objects.
 Local LUs and partner LUs connect with each other using sessions.
 Multiple different sessions can be established between LUs with
 characteristics defined by Modes.  Session limits within a defined
 Mode are negotiated between the local and partner LUs using a
 protocol called CNOS (Change Number of Sessions).
 Transaction Programs (TPs) are applications that use sessions to
 communicate with each other.  Multiple TPs can use the same session,
 but not at the same time. A single usage of a session is called a
 conversation. While a session can stay active for a long time, a
 conversation can come up and down based on usage by the TPs.
 Common Programming Interface - Communications (CPI-C) is a standard
 API (Application Programming Interface) for APPC and OSI TP that is
 used by TPs for accessing conversations. Although, many of the CPI-C
 objects in this MIB are relevant to both APPC and OSI TP, the
 intention is for managing APPC products only.
 SNA names such as LU names, CP names, mode names, and COS names can
 be padded with space characters in SNA formats.  These space
 characters are insignificant.  For example, in a BIND RU a mode name
 of "#INTER" with a length of 6 is identical to a mode name of "#INTER
 " with a length of 8.  However, in this MIB, insignificant space
 characters are not included by the agent. Using the mode name from
 the previous example, an agent would return a length of 6 and the

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 string "#INTER" with no space characters for appcModeAdminModeName,
 regardless of how it appears in the BIND RU or in internal storage.
 The lone exception is the all blank mode name, for which the agent
 returns a length of 8 and the string " " (8 space characterss).
 When an SNA name is functioning as a table index, an agent shall
 treat trailing space characters as significant.  If a Management
 Station requests the objects from a row with index "#INTER  ", the
 agent does not match this to the row with index "#INTER".  Since an
 agent has no insignificant space characters in any of its table
 indices, the only reason for a Management Station to include them
 would be to start GetNext processing at a chosen point in a table.
 For example, a GetNext request with index "M       " would start
 retrieval from a table at the first row with an 8-character index
 beginning with M or a letter after M.
 The SNA/APPC terms and overall architecture are documented in [1],
 [5], and [6].
 Highlights of the management functions supported by the APPC MIB
 module include the following:
 o    Activating and deactivating statistics keeping and counting.
 o    Activating and deactivating tracing.
 o    Issuing CNOS processing verbs/commands for
      INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT, CHANGE_SESSION_LIMIT and
      RESET_SESSION_LIMIT.
 o    Monitoring of parameters related to local LU, partner LU, modes,
      TPs and CPI-C side information.
 o    Deactivating sessions.
 o    Monitoring of LU6.2-specific session operational parameters and
      statistics, historical information about abnormally terminated
      sessions, and information about APPC sessions that are
      transported by APPN HPR.
 o    Monitoring of conversation operational parameters, and
      historical information about abnormally terminated sessions.

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 This MIB module does not support:
 o    Modifying APPC defaults.
 o    Creating and deleting partner LUs, modes, TPs, and CPI-C side
      information tables.
 o    Modifying parameters related to local LU, partner LU, modes,
      TPs, and CPI-C side information.
 o    Activating or deactivating local LUs.
 o    Activating or deactivating partner LUs.
 o    Activating or deactivating conversations.
 o    Activating or deactivating Transaction Programs.
 o    Activating sessions.
 o    Traps

3.1. APPC MIB Structure

 The APPC MIB module contains six groups of objects:
 o    appcGlobal - objects related to global defaults and controls.
      In addition, CNOS processing objects are also part of this group.
 o    appcLu   - objects related to LU6.2-specific local and partner
      LU, mode definition, monitoring and control.
 o    appcTp  - objects related to transaction program definition,
      monitoring and control.
 o    appcSession  - objects related to LU6.2-specific session
      monitoring.
 o    appcConversation  - objects related to conversation monitoring.
 o    appcCPIC  - objects related to related CPI-C side information.
 These groups are described below in more detail.
 The objects related to LU6.2 are generally organized into two types of
 tables: the Admin and Oper tables.

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 The "Admin" table contains read-only objects which contain default or
 expected configuration values. This MIB does not create or modify
 configuration values.  The "Oper" table contains objects which
 provide current operational values, such as state values or
 negotiated parameters, for dynamic or configured objects.  Dynamic
 objects are created by the APPC system using one of the templates
 provided in the "Admin" table.  Configured objects usually have a
 one-to-one relationship between "Admin" and "Oper" entries.  However,
 some "Admin" values may have changed since the object became
 operational, such that the "Oper" values may no longer be based on
 the "Admin" values.  The "Admin" entry could even be deleted.  For
 example, some implementations may allow a mode definition
 (appcModeAdminEntry) to be deleted even while an active session was
 using this mode (appcModeOperEntry still exists).  Where appropriate,
 the "Oper" table may include initial starting values for objects that
 can be reconfigured while operational.  How the "Admin" values are
 changed or deleted is outside the scope of this MIB.

3.1.1. appcGlobal group

 The appcGlobal group consists of the following tables and objects:
 1) appcCntrlAdminGroup
 This group of objects controls whether certain statistics and
 counters (e.g., session counters and RSCV collection) should be
 maintained by the Agent.  In addition, the ability to activate and
 deactivate tracing is also supported through objects in this group.
 These objects are for Agent implementations that wish to provide this
 level of operational control and are optional.
 The objects in this group represent the desired state, with the
 actual operational values in appcCntlOperGroup.
 These objects can be generated initially, after startup of SNA
 service, by the Agent which uses information from the Node
 configuration file.  Subsequent modifications of object values is
 possible by a Management station.  The modifications to these objects
 can be saved in the Node configuration file for the next startup
 (i.e., restart or next initialization) of SNA service, but the
 mechanism for this function is not defined in this document.
 2) appcCntrlOperGroup
 This group of objects monitors whether certain statistics and
 counters (e.g., session counters and RSCV collection ) are maintained
 by an Agent.  In addition, the ability to monitor tracing activity is
 also supported through objects in this group.

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 This table represents the actual operational state. These states can
 be modified via objects in the appcCntrlAdminGroup.
 3) appcGlobalObjects
 These objects describe global information such as APPC system start
 time, the control point name, and default LU 6.2 configuration
 values.  The type of default configuration information includes mode
 name, LU, and maximum logical record size.
 4) appcCnosControl
 These objects allows for issuing of CNOS commands relative to a local
 and partner LU pair and a Mode.  They support the following CNOS
 commands:  INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT, CHANGE_SESSION_LIMIT and
 RESET_SESSION_LIMIT.
 The objects in this group can be modified by a Management Station.
 This group consists of objects that are relevant to the CNOS commands
 parameters, which a Management Station needs to set.  After setting
 the parameters of a CNOS command, the Management Station will set the
 control object (appcCnosCommand) to request the Agent to issue the
 appropriate CNOS command.

3.1.2. appcLu group

 The appcLu group consists of the following tables:
 1) appcLluAdminTable
 This table contains objects which describe specific LU6.2 local LU
 configuration information.  The type of information includes the
 maximum number of sessions supported and compression parameters.
 2) appcLluOperTable
 This table contains objects which describe specific LU6.2 local LU
 operational information. The type of information includes the maximum
 number of sessions supported, the number of sessions currently
 active, and compression parameters.
 3) appcLuPairAdminTable
 This table contains objects which describe local LU and partner LU
 configuration information. The type of information includes security
 information and whether parallel sessions are supported.

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 For those implementations that have partner LU definitions associated
 with each local LU, multiple entries with the same
 appcLuPairAdminParLuName could exist with different
 appcLuPairAdminLocLuName.  For those implementations in which partner
 LU definitions apply to all local LUs, the appcLuPairAdminLocLuName
 is set to '*ALL'.
 4) appcLuPairOperTable
 This table contains objects which describe partner/local LU pair run-
 time operational information.  The type of information includes
 security information and whether parallel sessions are supported.
 Although the Admin (appcLuPairAdminTable) table entries could be
 global to all local LUs in a Node, an entry in this Oper table is
 always associated with one local LU.
 A row in this table is created as soon as there is an active session
 between the local and partner LU. Two entries are present when both
 LUs in a pair are local.
 5) appcModeAdminTable
 This table contains objects which describe Mode configuration
 information. The type of information includes the mode name and
 maximum session limit.
 For those implementations that have Mode definitions associated with
 each local and partner LU pair, multiple entries with the same
 appcModeAdminModeName could exist with different
 appcModeAdminLocLuName and appcModeAdminParLuName.  For those
 implementations in which Mode definitions apply to all local and/or
 all partner LUs, the appcModeAdminLocLuName and/or
 appcModeAdminParLuName are set to '*ALL'.
 6) appcModeOperTable
 This table contains objects which describe Mode run-time operational
 information for each local/partner LU pair.  The type of information
 includes the mode name and maximum session limit.
 Although the Admin table entries could be global to all local and
 partner LUs in a Node, the Oper table entries are always associated
 with one local and partner LU pair.
 A row in this table is created as soon as there is an active session
 between local and partner LU for this Mode. Two entries are present
 when both LUs in a pair are local.

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3.1.3. appcTp group

 The appcTp group consists of the following table:
 1) appcTpAdminTable
 This table contains objects which describe transaction program (TP)
 configuration information. The type of information includes the TP
 name and TP operation, indicating how the TP will be started.
 For those implementations that have TP definitions associated with
 each local LU, multiple entries with the same appcTpAdminTpName could
 exist with different appcTpAdminLocLuName.  For those implementations
 in which TP definition applies to all local LUs, it will have
 appcTpAdminLocLuName set to '*ALL'.
 There is no appcTpOperTable. Run-time information about TP tends to
 be product-specific (e.g., process Id), and much of the information
 can be derived from the conversation tables.

3.1.4. appcSession group

 The appcSession group consists of the following tables:
 1) appcActSessTable
 This table contains objects which describe LU6.2 session information.
 The type of information includes the PCID and the pacing counts.
 2) appcSessStatsTable
 This table contains statistical information about LU 6.2 sessions.
 The type of information includes counters of bytes and RUs sent and
 received.
 3) appcHistSessTable
 This table contains historical information about APPC sessions that
 have terminated abnormally.  The type of information includes the
 unbind type and sense data.
 4) appcSessRtpTable
 This table contains information about LU 6.2 sesions that are being
 transported by High Performance Routing.  The type of information
 includes the NCEID and TCID.

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3.1.5. appcConversation group

 The appcConversation group consists of the following tables:
 1) appcActiveConvTable
 This table contains objects which describe active conversation
 information. The type of information includes the state and type.  An
 entry is created by an Agent when the conversation is started, and is
 removed when the conversation ends.
 2) appcHistConvTable
 This table contains objects which describe historical conversation
 information about abnormally terminated conversations.  The number of
 entries and how long they are kept depends on the Agent
 implementation.  The type of information inclues the sense data and
 log data.

3.1.6. appcCPIC group

 The appcCPIC group consists of the following tables:
 1) appcCpicAdminTable
 This table contains objects which describe CPI-C side information.
 The type of information includes the symbolic destination name and
 partner LU name.
 For those implementations that have CPI-C definition associated with
 each local LU, multiple entries with the same
 appcCpicAdminSymbDestName could exist with different
 appcCpicAdminLocLuName.  For those implementations in which CPI-C
 definition applies to all local LUs, it will have
 appcCpicAdminLocLuName set to '*ALL'.
 2) appcCpicOperTable
 This table contains objects which describe CPI-C run-time operational
 information.  The type of information includes the symbolic
 destination name and partner LU name.

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4. Definitions

APPC-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS

    DisplayString, InstancePointer, TEXTUAL-CONVENTION, DateAndTime
              FROM SNMPv2-TC
    mib-2, Counter32, Gauge32, Integer32, TimeTicks,
    OBJECT-TYPE, MODULE-IDENTITY
              FROM SNMPv2-SMI
    snanauMIB
              FROM SNA-NAU-MIB
    MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP
              FROM SNMPv2-CONF;

appcMIB MODULE-IDENTITY

    LAST-UPDATED  "9512150000Z"
    ORGANIZATION  "IETF SNA NAU MIB Working Group"
    CONTACT-INFO
              "
                      Michael Allen
                      Wall Data Inc.
                      P.O.Box 1120
                      Duval, WA 98019, USA
                      Tel:    1 206 844 3505
                      E-mail: mallen@hq.walldata.com
                      Bob Clouston
                      Cisco Systems
                      7025 Kit Creek Road
                      P.O. Box 14987
                      Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA
                      Tel:    1 919 472 2333
                      E-mail: clouston@cisco.com
                      Zbigniew Kielczewski
                      Cisco Systems
                      3100 Smoketree Court
                      Raleigh, NC 27604, USA
                      Tel:    1 919 871 6326
                      E-mail: zbig@cisco.com

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                      William Kwan
                      Jupiter Technology Inc.
                      200 Prospect Street
                      Waltham, MA 02254, USA
                      Tel:    1 617 894 9300, x423
                      E-mail: billk@jti.com
                      Bob Moore
                      IBM Corporation
                      800 Park Offices Drive
                      CNMA/664
                      P.O. Box 12195
                      Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA
                      Tel:    1 919 254 4436
                      E-mail: remoore@ralvm6.vnet.ibm.com
              "
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is the MIB module for objects used to manage network
        devices with APPC capabilities."

::= { snanauMIB 3 }

appcObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcMIB 1 }

appcGlobal         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcObjects 1 }
appcLu             OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcObjects 2 }
appcTp             OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcObjects 3 }
appcSession        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcObjects 4 }
appcConversation   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcObjects 5 }
appcCPIC           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcObjects 6 }

* – Objects in this MIB are used to model an SNA device that supports – APPC LUs. – Following is the overall organization of the MIB. – – 1. APPC Global Objects - global values, defaults, – controls (including CNOS) – 2. APPC Defined Lu Tables - Admin and Oper – 3. APPC Defined LU Pair Tables - Admin and Oper – 4. APPC Mode Tables - Admin and Oper – 5. APPC TP Tables - Admin only – 6. APPC Session Tables - Active, Stats, History, RTP – 7. APPC Conversation Table - Active, History – 8. APPC CPIC side info - Admin and Oper – *

*

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– Textual Convention

– ——————————————————————— SnaSenseData ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "To facilitate their display by a Management Station, sense
        data objects in the MIB are represented as DisplayStrings of
        size 8.  Eight '0' characters indicates that no sense data
        identifying an SNA error condition is available."
    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (8))

* – APPC Control Objects – ——————————————————————— – The following objects allow: – * the collection of APPC Session information counters – to be started and stopped – * the collection of APPC Session RSCVs – to be started and stopped – * the collection of APPC tracing information to be started and – stopped – – These objects are for implementations that wish to provide – this level of operational control. This group is – conditionally mandatory in the conformance section of the MIB. – – *

* – Control Admin – These objects contain the desired states for the controls. – The actual states are in the Oper objects. – * appcCntrlAdminGroup OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcGlobal 1 }

appcCntrlAdminStat OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notActive(1),
                    active(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the desired state of statistics collection:
            notActive  collection of counters is not active.
            active     collection of counters is active.

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         When this object is set to notActive, all of the entries are
         removed from the appcSessStatsTable."
    ::= { appcCntrlAdminGroup  1 }

appcCntrlAdminRscv OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notActive(1),
                    active(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the desired state of RSCV information collection:
            notActive  collection of route selection control vectors
                       is not active.
            active     collection of route selection control vectors
                       is active."
    ::= { appcCntrlAdminGroup  2 }

appcCntrlAdminTrace OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notActive(1),
                    active(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the desired state of tracing:
            notActive  collection of tracing information is not active
            active     collection of tracing information is active"
    ::= { appcCntrlAdminGroup  3 }

appcCntrlAdminTraceParm OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..128))
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the parameter to be used in conjunction with
        activating tracing.  The actual content is implementation
        dependent."
    ::= { appcCntrlAdminGroup  4 }

*

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– Control Oper – These objects contain the actual states of the controls. – * appcCntrlOperGroup OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcGlobal 2 }

appcCntrlOperStat OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notActive(1),
                    active(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current collection options in effect:
            notActive  collection of counters is not active.
            active     collection of counters is active.
        Statistical entries are present in the appcSessStatsTable
        only when the value of this object is 'active'."
    ::= { appcCntrlOperGroup 1 }

appcCntrlOperStatTime OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX TimeTicks
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Time since the appcCntrlOperStat object last changed.
         This time is in hundreds of a second."
    ::= { appcCntrlOperGroup 2 }

appcCntrlOperRscv OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notActive(1),
                    active(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current collection options in effect:
            notActive  collection of route selection control vectors
                       is not active.
            active     collection of route selection control vectors
                       is active."

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    ::= { appcCntrlOperGroup 3 }

appcCntrlOperRscvTime OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX TimeTicks
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Time since the appcCntrlOperRscv object last changed.
         This time is in hundreds of a second."
    ::= { appcCntrlOperGroup 4 }

appcCntrlOperTrace OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notActive(1),
                    active(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the current state of tracing:
            notActive  collection of tracing information is not active.
            active     collection of tracing information is active."
    ::= { appcCntrlOperGroup 5 }

appcCntrlOperTraceTime OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX TimeTicks
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Time since the appcCntrlOperTrace object last changed.
         This time is in hundreds of a second."
    ::= { appcCntrlOperGroup 6 }

appcCntrlOperTraceParm OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..128))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the parameter used in conjunction with activating
         tracing. The actual content is implementation dependent."
    ::= { appcCntrlOperGroup 7 }

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appcUpTime OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX TimeTicks
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The time, in hundredths of a second, since the
        APPC portion of the system was last reinitialized."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 1 }

appcDefaultModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the mode name to be used under the following
         conditions:
            When an incoming BIND request contains a mode name not
            defined at the local node.  The parameters defined for
            this mode are used for the inbound implicit mode
            capability.
            When an APPC program issues an [MC_]ALLOCATE,
            [MC_]SEND_CONVERSATION, or CNOS verb, or when a CPI-C
            program issues an Allocate (CMALLC) call,
            specifying a mode name not defined at the local node.  The
            parameters defined for this mode are used for the outbound
            implicit mode capability.
         This mode name must match a defined entry in the
         appcModeAdminTable."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 2 }

appcDefaultLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the local LU that is to serve as the
        default LU.  This is the default LU to which are routed inbound

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        BIND requests that exclude the secondary LU name.  This field
        is from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period (.)
        which separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is
        present.  This local LU name must match a defined entry in the
        appcLluAdminTable."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 3 }

appcDefaultImplInbndPlu OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether or not inbound implicit partner LU support
        is enabled.  The following values are defined:
            no   -  Specifies that inbound implicit partner LU support
                    is disabled, which means that an incoming bind that
                    specifies a partner LU that is not defined at the
                    local node will be rejected.
            yes  -  Specifies that inbound implicit partner LU support
                    is enabled, which provides the capability to accept
                    an incoming BIND request that contains a partner LU
                    name that is not defined at the local node."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 4 }

appcDefaultMaxMcLlSndSize OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum size of a logical record to be used for
        a mapped conversation when sending data to either the inbound
        or outbound implicit partner LU.  This size is the maximum
        number of bytes in a single logical record, as indicated in the
        LL field of the record.  The default value is 32767.
        Note that this object does not limit the maximum size that an
        application program can supply on the Send Data call for a
        mapped conversation."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 5 }

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appcDefaultFileSpec OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..80))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local file specification that is to be searched by the
         APPC attach manager when no DEFINE_TP verb has been issued
         for the TP name received on an incoming attach.  In this
         case, the attach manager will attempt to start a program
         whose file name is the same as the incoming TP name.  If
         found, the program is loaded. If not found, the attach is
         rejected.
         The value '*' indicates that the normal search path for
         executable programs is to be used for locating an undefined
         transaction program.
         A null string indicates that there is no default file
         specification for undefined transaction programs."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 6 }

appcDefaultTpOperation OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    other(1),
                    queuedOperatorStarted(2),
                    queuedOperatorPreloaded(3),
                    queuedAmStarted(4),
                    nonqueuedAmStarted(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies how the program will be started.
            other - Specifies that the default TP operation is none of
                    the methods specified below. It may be a
                    product-specific method.
            queuedOperatorStarted - Specifies that one version of the
                    program will be run at a time.  If an incoming
                    attach arrives and the program has not been started
                    yet, APPC will issue a message to the operator to
                    start the specified program.  Subsequent attaches
                    that arrive while the program is active will be
                    queued.
            queuedOperatorPreloaded - Specifies that one version

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                    of the program will be run at a time.  If an
                    incoming attach arrives and the program has not
                    been started yet, the Attach will be rejected.  The
                    APPC attach manager determines that a TP has
                    started upon reception of an APPC RECEIVE_ALLOCATE
                    verb, or a CPI-C Accept_Conversation (CMACCP) or
                    Specify_Local_TP_Name (CMSLTP) call.  No message is
                    sent to the operator.  Subsequent attaches that
                    arrive while the program is active are queued.
            queuedAmStarted - Specifies that one version of the
                    program will be run at a time and will be started
                    by the APPC attach manager.  Subsequent attaches
                    that arrive while the program is active will be
                    queued.
            nonqueuedAmStarted - Specifies that multiple copies of
                    the program will be run at a time and will be
                    started by the APPC attach manager. "
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 7 }

appcDefaultTpConvSecRqd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether or not conversation security will be used
        for default TPs.
            no   -  Specifies that the incoming attach does not have to
                    contain security information.
            yes  -  Specifies that the incoming attach must contain
                    valid authentication information (e.g., user ID and
                    password)."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 8 }

appcLocalCpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the local control point.  This field is
        from 0 to 17 characters in length, including a period (.) which

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        separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.
        A null string indicates that the value is unknown."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 9 }

appcActiveSessions OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the total number of active APPC sessions supported
        by this implementation.  Sessions for which both LUs are local
        are counted twice."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 10 }

appcActiveHprSessions OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the total number of active HPR APPC sessions."
    ::= { appcGlobalObjects 11 }

– APPC CNOS control – – This group contains objects for issuing APPC Change-Number-of-Session – (CNOS) commands to a specific mode. Specifically, the commands – supported are: – INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT – CHANGE_SESSION_LIMIT – RESET_SESSION_LIMIT – – – appcCnosControl OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { appcGlobal 4 }

appcCnosCommand OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    initSesslimit(1),
                    changeSesslimit(2),
                    resetSesslimit(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current

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    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the CNOS command or verb to issue.  First set the
        values of the particular CNOS parameter objects (from the range
        { appcCnosControl 2 } through { appcCnosControl 8 }) that apply
        to the CNOS command to be executed, set the three CNOS target
        objects ({ appcCnosControl 9 } through { appcCnosControl 11 }),
        then set this object to the command to be executed.
        Here is the list of parameter objects that must be set for each
        of the CNOS commands:
           INIT_SESSION_LIMIT -
              appcCnosMaxSessLimit
              appcCnosMinCwinLimit
              appcCnosMinClosLimit
              appcCnosTargetLocLuName
              appcCnosTargetParLuName
              appcCnosTargetModeName
           CHANGE_SESSION_LIMIT -
              appcCnosMaxSessLimit
              appcCnosMinCwinLimit
              appcCnosMinClosLimit
              appcCnosResponsible
              appcCnosTargetLocLuName
              appcCnosTargetParLuName
              appcCnosTargetModeName
           RESET_SESSION_LIMIT -
              appcCnosResponsible
              appcCnosDrainPart
              appcCnosForce
              appcCnosTargetLocLuName
              appcCnosTargetParLuName
              appcCnosTargetModeName
        "
    ::= { appcCnosControl 1 }

appcCnosMaxSessLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum value that the local LU is to use,
        during CNOS processing, for the session limit.  The local LU,
        as a target LU, will negotiate a higher session limit it
        receives in the CNOS request down to this maximum value.  The

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        local LU, as a source LU, will restrict the session limit it
        sends in a CNOS request to a value less than or equal to this
        maximum value.
         If set (i.e., greater than 0), this overrides the maximum
         session limit defined in the appcModeAdminTable.
         This parameter should be set to the desired value before
         setting the command (appcCnosCommand).
         This parameter applies to the INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT and
         CHANGE_SESSION_LIMIT verbs."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { appcCnosControl 2 }

appcCnosMinCwinLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the default minimum contention winner sessions
        limit.
        This parameter should be set to the desired value before
        setting the command (appcCnosCommand).
        This parameter applies to the INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT and
        CHANGE_SESSION_LIMIT verbs."
    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { appcCnosControl 3 }

appcCnosMinClosLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the default minimum contention loser sessions limit.
         This parameter should be set to the desired value before
         setting the command (appcCnosCommand).
         This parameter applies to the INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT and
         CHANGE_SESSION_LIMIT verbs."

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    DEFVAL { 0 }
    ::= { appcCnosControl 4 }

appcCnosDrainSelf OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the local LU is draining its conversations
        for this mode.  When a mode session limit is reset (via a CNOS
        RESET_SESSION_LIMIT request), the local LU could be set to
        process all queued conversations before deactivating all of the
        sessions (using the SNA Bracket Initiation Stopped or BIS
        protocol).
        This parameter should be set to the desired value before
        setting the command (appcCnosCommand).
        This parameter applies only to the RESET_SESSION_LIMIT verb."
    DEFVAL { no }
    ::= { appcCnosControl 5 }

appcCnosDrainPart OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the partner LU is draining its conversations
        for this mode.  When a mode session limit is reset (via a CNOS
        RESET_SESSION_LIMIT request), the partner LU could be set to
        process all queued conversations before deactivating all of the
        sessions (using the SNA Bracket Initiation Stop or BIS
        protocol).
        This parameter should be set to the desired value before
        setting the command (appcCnosCommand).
        This parameter applies only to the RESET_SESSION_LIMIT verb."

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    DEFVAL { yes }
    ::= { appcCnosControl 6 }

appcCnosResponsible OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    source(1),
                    target(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies which LU is responsible for selecting and
        deactivating sessions as a result of a change that decreases
        the session limit or the maximum number of contention winner
        sessions for the source or target LU.  If no session need to be
        deactivated, this parameter is ignored.
              source  -       specifies that the source (local) LU is
                              responsible.  The target (partner) LU
                              cannot negotiate this value.
              target  -       specifies that the target (partner) LU is
                              responsible. The target LU can negotiate
                              this value to source.
         This parameter should be set to the desired value before
         setting the command (appcCnosCommand).
         This parameter applies to the RESET_SESSION_LIMIT and
         CHANGE_SESSION_LIMIT verbs."
    DEFVAL { source }
    ::= { appcCnosControl 7 }

appcCnosForce OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the local LU should force the resetting of
        the session limit when certain error conditions occur that
        prevent the successful exchange of CNOS request and reply.
         This parameter should be set to the desired value before

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         setting the command (appcCnosCommand).
         This parameter applies only to the RESET_SESSION_LIMIT verb."
    DEFVAL { no }
    ::= { appcCnosControl 8 }

appcCnosTargetLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU to which the CNOS command is
         to be applied. This field is from 1 to 17 characters in
         length, including a period (.) which separates the
         NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.
         This object should be set to the desired value before setting
         the command (appcCnosCommand).
         This parameter applies to all CNOS verbs."
    ::= { appcCnosControl 9 }

appcCnosTargetParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU to which the CNOS command is
         to be applied. This field is from 1 to 17 characters in
         length, including a period (.) which separates the
         NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.
         This object should be set to the desired value before setting
         the command (appcCnosCommand).
         This parameter applies to all CNOS verbs."
    ::= { appcCnosControl 10 }

appcCnosTargetModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the mode name to which the CNOS command is to be

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         applied.
         This object should be set to the desired value before setting
         the command (appcCnosCommand).
         This parameter applies to all CNOS verbs."
    ::= { appcCnosControl 11 }

* – APPC LU information – ——————————————————————— – Local LU – Partner LU – Mode – *

* – APPC Local LU – – The entries in the following tables provide information for – independent and dependent LU 6.2. – – *

* – APPC Local LU Admin Table – Objects in this table contain default or expected configuration – values for local 6.2 LUs. – *

appcLluAdminTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcLluAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "APPC Local LU Admin Table."
    ::= { appcLu 1 }

appcLluAdminEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcLluAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Information about local APPC LUs. "

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    INDEX { appcLluAdminName }
    ::= { appcLluAdminTable 1 }

AppcLluAdminEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

      appcLluAdminName               DisplayString,
      appcLluAdminDepType            INTEGER,
      appcLluAdminLocalAddress       OCTET STRING,
      appcLluAdminSessLimit          Integer32,
      appcLluAdminBindRspMayQ        INTEGER,
      appcLluAdminCompression        INTEGER,
      appcLluAdminInBoundCompLevel   INTEGER,
      appcLluAdminOutBoundCompLevel  INTEGER,
      appcLluAdminCompRleBeforeLZ    INTEGER,
      appcLluAdminAlias              DisplayString
                   }

appcLluAdminName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the local LU.  This field is from 1 to
        17 characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 1 }

appcLluAdminDepType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    dependent(1),
                    independent(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This value identifies whether the LU is dependent or
        independent."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 2 }

appcLluAdminLocalAddress OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (1))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local address for this LU is a byte with a value ranging
        from 0 to 254.  For dependent LUs, this value ranges from 1 to

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        254; for independent LUs this value is always 0."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 3 }

appcLluAdminSessLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The maximum number of sessions supported by this LU."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 4 }

appcLluAdminBindRspMayQ OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates whether or not the local LU, as the sender of a BIND
        request, allows a partner partner LU to delay sending the BIND
        response if the partner LU cannot process the BIND request
        immediately."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 5 }

appcLluAdminCompression OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    prohibited(1),
                    required(2),
                    negotiable(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether compression is supported. The local LU uses
         this value for negotiation during session activation
         (SNA BIND).
            prohibited  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            required    -  specifies that compression is required.
            negotiable  -  specifies that the usage of compression
                           is to be negotiated between the LUs. The
                           level of compression is also negotiated."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 6 }

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appcLluAdminInBoundCompLevel OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    rle(2),
                    lz9(3),
                    lz10(4),
                    lz12(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum level of compression supported for
        inbound data.  The local LU uses this value in conjunction with
        appcLluAdminCompression for negotiation during session
        activation (SNA BIND).
            none  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            rle   -  specifies run-length encoding compression
                     in which a 1 or 2 byte sequence substitution is
                     used for each repeated run of the same character.
            lz9   -  specifies Lempel-Ziv-like compression in which
                     9 bit codes are used to substitute repeated
                     substrings in the data stream.  These codes are
                     indices that refer to entries in a common
                     dictionary generated adaptively at both sender and
                     receiver as the data flows and compression occurs.
                     The larger number bits used for the code, the more
                     storage space is required for the dictionary, but
                     the larger the compression ratio.
            lz10  -  specifies a 10 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression.
            lz12  -  specifies a 12 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 7 }

appcLluAdminOutBoundCompLevel OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    rle(2),
                    lz9(3),
                    lz10(4),
                    lz12(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum level of compression supported for
        outbound data.  The local LU uses this value in conjunction
        with appcLluAdminCompression for negotiation during session
        activation (SNA BIND).

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            none  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            rle   -  specifies run-length encoding compression
                     in which a 1 or 2 byte sequence substitution is
                     used for each repeated run of the same character.
            lz9   -  specifies Lempel-Ziv-like compression in which
                     9 bit codes are used to substitute repeated
                     substrings in the data stream.  These codes are
                     indices that refer to entries in a common
                     dictionary generated adaptively at both sender and
                     receiver as the data flows and compression occurs.
                     The larger of number bits used for the code, the
                     more storage space is required for the dictionary,
                     but the larger the compression ratio.
            lz10  -  specifies a 10 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression.
            lz12  -  specifies a 12 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 8 }

appcLluAdminCompRleBeforeLZ OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether run-length encoding is to be applied to the
        data before applying Lempel-Ziv-like compression.  The local LU
        uses this value for negotiation during session activation (SNA
        BIND).  This parameter is only supported if LZ compression is
        used."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 9 }

appcLluAdminAlias OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A local alias for the local LU.  If not known or
         not applicable, this object contains a zero-length
         string."
    ::= { appcLluAdminEntry 10 }

* – APPC Local LU Oper Table

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– Objects in this table contain current operational values, such – as state values or negotiated parameters, for local 6.2 LUs. – *

appcLluOperTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcLluOperEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "APPC Local LU Operational Table."
    ::= { appcLu 2 }

appcLluOperEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcLluOperEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Information about local APPC LUs."
    INDEX { appcLluOperName }
    ::= { appcLluOperTable 1 }

AppcLluOperEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

      appcLluOperName               DisplayString,
      appcLluOperDepType            INTEGER,
      appcLluOperLocalAddress       OCTET STRING,
      appcLluOperSessLimit          Integer32,
      appcLluOperBindRspMayQ        INTEGER,
      appcLluOperCompression        INTEGER,
      appcLluOperInBoundCompLevel   INTEGER,
      appcLluOperOutBoundCompLevel  INTEGER,
      appcLluOperCompRleBeforeLZ    INTEGER,
      appcLluOperAlias              DisplayString,
      appcLluOperActiveSessions     Gauge32
                   }

appcLluOperName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the local LU.  This field is from 1 to
        17 characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 1 }

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appcLluOperDepType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    dependent(1),
                    independent(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This value identifies whether the LU is dependent or
        independent."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 2 }

appcLluOperLocalAddress OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (1))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local address for this LU is a byte with a value ranging
        from 0 to 254.  For dependent LUs, this value ranges from 1 to
        254; for independent LUs this value is always 0."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 3 }

appcLluOperSessLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The maximum number of sessions supported by this LU."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 4 }

appcLluOperBindRspMayQ OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates whether or not the local LU, as the sender of a BIND
        request, allows a partner LU to delay sending the BIND
        response if the partner LU cannot process the BIND request
        immediately."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 5 }

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appcLluOperCompression OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    prohibited(1),
                    required(2),
                    negotiable(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether compression is supported.  The local LU uses
        this value for negotiation during session activation (SNA
        BIND).
            prohibited  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            required    -  specifies that compression is required.
            negotiable  -  specifies that the usage of compression
                           is to be negotiated between the LUs. The
                           level of compression is also negotiated."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 6 }

appcLluOperInBoundCompLevel OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    rle(2),
                    lz9(3),
                    lz10(4),
                    lz12(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum level of compression supported for
        inbound data.  The local LU uses this value in conjunction with
        appcLluOperCompression for negotiation during session
        activation (SNA BIND).
            none  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            rle   -  specifies run-length encoding compression
                     in which a 1 or 2 byte sequence substitution is
                     used for each repeated run of the same character.
            lz9   -  specifies Lempel-Ziv-like compression in which
                     9 bit codes are used to substitute repeated
                     substrings in the data stream.  These codes are
                     indices that refer to entries in a common
                     dictionary generated adaptively at both sender and
                     receiver as the data flows and compression occurs.
                     The larger of number bits used for the code, the

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                     more storage space is required for the dictionary,
                     but the larger the compression ratio.
            lz10  -  specifies a 10 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression.
            lz12  -  specifies a 12 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 7 }

appcLluOperOutBoundCompLevel OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    rle(2),
                    lz9(3),
                    lz10(4),
                    lz12(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum level of compression supported for
        outbound data.  The local LU uses this value in conjunction
        with appcLluAdminCompression for negotiation during session
        activation (SNA BIND).
            none  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            rle   -  specifies run-length encoding compression
                     in which a 1 or 2 byte sequence substitution is
                     used for each repeated run of the same character.
            lz9   -  specifies Lempel-Ziv-like compression in which
                     9 bit codes are used to substitute repeated
                     substrings in the data stream.  These codes are
                     indices that refer to entries in a common
                     dictionary generated adaptively at both sender and
                     receiver as the data flows and compression occurs.
                     The larger of number bits used for the code, the
                     more storage space is required for the dictionary,
                     but the larger the compression ratio.
            lz10  -  specifies a 10 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression.
            lz12  -  specifies a 12 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 8 }

appcLluOperCompRleBeforeLZ OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION

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        "Specifies whether run-length encoding is to be applied to the
        data before applying Lempel-Ziv-like compression.  The local LU
        uses this value for negotiation during session activation (SNA
        BIND).  This parameter is only supported if LZ compression is
        used."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 9 }

appcLluOperAlias OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A local alias for the local LU.  If not known or
         not applicable, this object contains a zero-length
         string."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 10 }

appcLluOperActiveSessions OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the total number of active APPC sessions for this
        LU."
    ::= { appcLluOperEntry 11 }

* – APPC LU Pair Admin Table – Objects in this table contain default or expected configuration – values for 6.2 LU pairs. An LU pair consists of a local LU and – a partner LU, which may or may not be local. – * appcLuPairAdminTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcLuPairAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "APPC Partner LU administrative Table"
    ::= { appcLu 3 }

appcLuPairAdminEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcLuPairAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current

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    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry of APPC Partner LU Information Table.
        It is indexed by the local and partner LU Names."
    INDEX { appcLuPairAdminLocLuName,
            appcLuPairAdminParLuName }
    ::= { appcLuPairAdminTable 1 }

AppcLuPairAdminEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

    appcLuPairAdminLocLuName       DisplayString,
    appcLuPairAdminParLuName       DisplayString,
    appcLuPairAdminParLuAlias      DisplayString,
    appcLuPairAdminSessLimit       Integer32,
    appcLuPairAdminSessSec         INTEGER,
    appcLuPairAdminSecAccept       INTEGER,
    appcLuPairAdminLinkObjId       InstancePointer,
    appcLuPairAdminParaSessSup     INTEGER
                   }

appcLuPairAdminLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU to which this partner LU
         definition applies. This field is from 1 to 17 characters in
         length, including a period (.) which separates the
         NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.
         The reserved value '*ALL' indicates that the partner LU
         definition applies to all local LUs, and not just to a single
         local LU."
    ::= { appcLuPairAdminEntry 1 }

appcLuPairAdminParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU.
         This field is from 1 to 17 characters in
         length, including a period (.) which separates the
         NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."

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    ::= { appcLuPairAdminEntry 2 }

appcLuPairAdminParLuAlias OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A local alias for the partner LU.  If not known or
         not applicable, this object contains a zero-length
         string."
    ::= { appcLuPairAdminEntry 3 }

appcLuPairAdminSessLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The maximum number of sessions supported by this partner LU."
    ::= { appcLuPairAdminEntry 4 }

appcLuPairAdminSessSec OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    required(1),
                    accepted(2),
                    notAllowed(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the type of session-level security information that
        a local LU will accept on BIND requests it receives from the
        partner LU.
        required    -   Specifies that the BIND request must carry
                        session level verification information that
                        will be verified upon receipt.
        accepted    -   Specifies that the BIND request may carry
                        session level verification information that
                        will be verified upon receipt.
        notAllowed  -   Specifies that the BIND request must not carry
                        session level verification information."
    ::= { appcLuPairAdminEntry 5 }

appcLuPairAdminSecAccept OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {

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                    none(1),
                    conversation(2),
                    alreadyVerified(3),
                    persistentVerification(4),
                    aVandpV(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies support for different levels of access security
         information in ATTACH requests received from this partner LU.
         Possible values are:
              none    -   No access security information will be
                          accepted on allocation requests (ATTACH) from
                          this LU.
              conversation
                      -   Allocation requests will not be accepted that
                          include already verified or persistent
                          verification indicators.  Accept
                          conversation-level access security
                          information, which must include both a user
                          Id and password, and may also include a
                          profile.
              alreadyVerified
                      -   Allocation requests will be accepted that
                          include already verified indicators.
                          Persistent verification indicators will not
                          be accepted.
              persistentVerification
                      -   Allocation requests will be accepted that
                          include persistent verification indicators.
                          Already verified indicators will not be
                          accepted.
              aVandpV -   Allocation requests will be accepted that
                          include already verified or persistent
                          verification indicators."
    ::= { appcLuPairAdminEntry 6 }

appcLuPairAdminLinkObjId OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX InstancePointer
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the link associated with this partner LU.  This
        value points to the row in the table containing information on

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        the link instance.  (e.g., the sdlcLSAdminTable of the SNA DLC
        MIB module).  This object may be NULL if the link is not
        specified or if a link is not applicable (as for APPN-level
        nodes)."
    ::= { appcLuPairAdminEntry 7 }

appcLuPairAdminParaSessSup OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Defined Parallel Sessions Supported.
        Indicates whether or not multiple sessions between the partner
        LU and its associated local LU are permitted.  Parallel session
        support also indicates that Change Number of Sessions (CNOS)
        will be used to negotiate session limits between the LUs."
    ::= { appcLuPairAdminEntry 8 }

* – APPC LU Pair Oper Table – Objects in this table contain current operational values, such – as state values or negotiated parameters, for 6.2 LU pairs. – *

appcLuPairOperTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcLuPairOperEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Table of active partner/local LU pairs.  Two entries are
        present in the table when both LUs in a pair are local."
    ::= { appcLu 4 }

appcLuPairOperEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcLuPairOperEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry representing one partner/local LU pair."
    INDEX { appcLuPairOperLocLuName,

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            appcLuPairOperParLuName  }
    ::= { appcLuPairOperTable 1 }

AppcLuPairOperEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  appcLuPairOperLocLuName             DisplayString,
  appcLuPairOperParLuName             DisplayString,
  appcLuPairOperParLuAlias            DisplayString,
  appcLuPairOperSessLimit             Integer32,
  appcLuPairOperSessSec               INTEGER,
  appcLuPairOperSecAccept             INTEGER,
  appcLuPairOperLinkObjId             InstancePointer,
  appcLuPairOperParaSessSup           INTEGER,
  appcLuPairOperParaSessSupLS         INTEGER,
  appcLuPairOperState                 INTEGER
 }

appcLuPairOperLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU.  This field is from 1 to 17
        characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.
        If this object has the same value as appcLluOperName,
        then the two entries being indexed apply to the same
        resource (specifically, to the same local LU)."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 1 }

appcLuPairOperParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU.
         This field is from 1 to 17 characters in
         length, including a period (.) which separates the
         NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 2 }

appcLuPairOperParLuAlias OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current

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    DESCRIPTION
        "A local alias for the partner LU.  If not known or
         not applicable, this object contains a zero-length
         string."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 3 }

appcLuPairOperSessLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The maximum number of sessions supported by this partner LU."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 4 }

appcLuPairOperSessSec OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    required(1),
                    accepted(2),
                    notAllowed(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the type of security information that a local LU
        will accept on BIND requests it receives from the partner LU.
        required    -   Specifies that the BIND request must carry
                        session level verification information that
                        will be verified upon receipt.
        accepted    -   Specifies that the BIND request may carry
                        session level verification information that
                        will be verified upon receipt.
        notAllowed  -   Specifies that the BIND request must not carry
                        session level verification information."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 5 }

appcLuPairOperSecAccept OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    conversation(2),
                    alreadyVerified(3),
                    persistentVerification(4),
                    aVandpV(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only

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    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies support for different levels of security acceptance
         information in ATTACH requests received from this partner LU.
         Possible values are:
              none    -   No access security information will be
                          accepted on allocation requests (ATTACH) from
                          this LU.
              conversation
                      -   Allocation requests will not be accepted that
                          include already verified or persistent
                          verification indicators.  Accept
                          conversation-level access security
                          information, which must include both a user
                          Id and password, and may also include a
                          profile.
              alreadyVerified
                      -   Allocation requests will be accepted that
                          include already verified indicators.
                          Persistent verification indicators will not
                          be accepted.
              persistentVerification
                      -   Allocation requests will be accepted that
                          include persistent verification indicators.
                          Already verified indicators will not be
                          accepted.
              aVandpV -   Allocation requests will be accepted that
                          include already verified or persistent
                          verification indicators."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 6 }

appcLuPairOperLinkObjId OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX InstancePointer
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the link associated with this partner LU.  This
        value points to the row in the table containing information on
        the link instance.  (e.g., the sdlcLSAdminTable of the SNA DLC
        MIB module).  This object may be NULL if the link is not
        specified or if a link is not applicable (as for APPN-level
        nodes)."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 7 }

appcLuPairOperParaSessSup OBJECT-TYPE

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    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Active Parallel Sessions Supported.
         Indicates whether or not multiple session between the partner
         LU and its associated local LU are permitted.  Parallel
         session support also indicates that Change Number of Sessions
         (CNOS) will be used to negotiate session limits between the
         LUs."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 8 }

appcLuPairOperParaSessSupLS OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Active Parallel Sessions Supported - last starting value.
         This object represents the initial value proposed by the local
         LU the last time this capability was negotiated, i.e., when
         the first session was bound between the local LU and its
         partner."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 9 }

appcLuPairOperState OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    inactive (1),
                    active (2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The value identifies the current operational state of this LU
        pair:
                inactive (1) - no active or pending session exists
                               between the LUs.
                active (2)   - an active or pending session exists

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                               between the LUs."
    ::= { appcLuPairOperEntry 10 }

* – APPC Mode Admin Table – Objects in this table contain default or expected configuration – values for session modes. – Modes that have active sessions appear in the appcModeOperTable. – * appcModeAdminTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcModeAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "APPC Mode Table"
    ::= { appcLu 5 }

appcModeAdminEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcModeAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry of APPC Mode Information Table."
    INDEX { appcModeAdminLocLuName,
            appcModeAdminParLuName,
            appcModeAdminModeName }
    ::= { appcModeAdminTable 1 }

AppcModeAdminEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

             appcModeAdminLocLuName          DisplayString,
             appcModeAdminParLuName          DisplayString,
             appcModeAdminModeName           DisplayString,
             appcModeAdminCosName            DisplayString,
             appcModeAdminSessEndTpName      DisplayString,
             appcModeAdminMaxSessLimit       Integer32,
             appcModeAdminMinCwinLimit       Integer32,
             appcModeAdminMinClosLimit       Integer32,
             appcModeAdminConWinAutoActLmt   Integer32,
             appcModeAdminRecvPacWinSz       Integer32,
             appcModeAdminSendPacWinSz       Integer32,
             appcModeAdminPrefRecvRuSz       Integer32,
             appcModeAdminPrefSendRuSz       Integer32,
             appcModeAdminRecvRuSzUpBnd      Integer32,
             appcModeAdminSendRuSzUpBnd      Integer32,

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             appcModeAdminRecvRuSzLoBnd      Integer32,
             appcModeAdminSendRuSzLoBnd      Integer32,
             appcModeAdminSingSessReinit     INTEGER,
             appcModeAdminCompression        INTEGER,
             appcModeAdminInBoundCompLevel   INTEGER,
             appcModeAdminOutBoundCompLevel  INTEGER,
             appcModeAdminCompRleBeforeLZ    INTEGER,
             appcModeAdminSyncLvl            INTEGER,
             appcModeAdminCrypto             INTEGER
                   }

appcModeAdminLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU to which this mode definition
         applies.  This field is from 1 to 17 characters in length,
         including a period (.)  which separates the NetId from the
         NAU name if the NetId is present.
         The reserved value '*ALL' indicates that the mode definition
         applies to all local LUs for the SNA node identified by
         appcLocalCpName, and not just to a single local LU."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 1 }

appcModeAdminParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU to which this mode definition
         applies.  This field is from 1 to 17 characters in length,
         including a period (.) which separates the NetId from the
         NAU name if the NetId is present.
         The reserved value '*ALL' indicates that the mode definition
         applies to all partner LUs for the SNA node identified by
         appcModeAdminLocLuName, and not just to a single partner LU."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 2 }

appcModeAdminModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current

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    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the mode name. A mode defines the characteristics
         for a group of sessions. The mode name can be blank (8
         space characters). "
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 3 }

appcModeAdminCosName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the class of service (COS) name associated with
         this mode.  If the implementation does not support COS names,
         a null string is returned."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 4 }

appcModeAdminSessEndTpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..64))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the transaction program (TP) to be
        invoked when a session using this mode is deactivated or ended.
        If no such TP is defined, this object is a null string.  When
        the TP name consists entirely of displayable EBCDIC code
        points, it is mapped directly to the equivalent ASCII display
        string.  However, registered TP names always have a non-
        displayable EBCDIC code point (value less than or equal to
        x'3F') as the first character, so they cannot be directly
        mapped to an ASCII display string.  These TP names are
        converted to a display string that is equivalent to a
        hexadecimal display of the EBCDIC code points.  For example,
        the 2-byte TP name x'06F1' (CNOS) is converted to the 6-byte
        ASCII display string '06F1' (including the two single quotes).
        "
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 5 }

appcModeAdminMaxSessLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum value that the local LU is to use,
        during CNOS processing, for the session limit.  The local LU,
        as a target LU, will negotiate a higher session limit it

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        receives in the CNOS request down to this maximum value.  The
        local LU, as a source LU, will restrict the session limit it
        sends in a CNOS request to a value less than or equal to this
        maximum value."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 6 }

appcModeAdminMinCwinLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the default minimum contention winner sessions
        limit.  Some implementations internally issue a
        INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT verb when a Mode is created.  This
        value is the parameter used for the CNOS processing of that
        verb.  This parameter is not used when issuing an explicit
        INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT verb.  The equivalent object in
        appcCnosCommandTable is used."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 7 }

appcModeAdminMinClosLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the default minimum contention loser sessions limit.
        Some implementations internally issue a
        INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT verb when a Mode is created.  This
        value is the parameter used for the CNOS processing of that
        verb.  This is the same as target minimum contention winner
        sessions.  This parameter is not used when issuing an explicit
        INITIALIZE_SESSION_LIMIT verb.  The equivalent object in
        appcCnosCommandTable is used."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 8 }

appcModeAdminConWinAutoActLmt OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the limit on the number of contention winner
        sessions to be automatically activated when the minimum number
        of contention winner sessions increases (as a result of CNOS
        processing).  The actual number of sessions activated is the
        lesser of this value and the new minimum number of contention
        winner sessions.  "

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    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 9 }

appcModeAdminRecvPacWinSz OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the size of the receive pacing window. This value is
         used for negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).
         The meaning of this value when set to 0 depends on whether
         adaptive pacing is supported:
            adaptive pacing        No limit on window size
            fixed pacing           No pacing is supported"
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 10 }

appcModeAdminSendPacWinSz OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the size of the send pacing window. This value is
         used for negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).
         The meaning of this value when set to 0 depends on whether
         adaptive pacing is supported:
            adaptive pacing        No limit on window size
            fixed pacing           No pacing is supported"
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 11 }

appcModeAdminPrefRecvRuSz OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the preferred receive RU (Request Unit) size of
        normal-flow requests on the sessions.  This value must be less
        than or equal to the value specified in
        appcModeAdminRecvRuSzUpBnd and greater than or equal to the
        value specified in appcModeAdminRecvRuSzLoBnd.
         The local LU specifies this value for the receive maximum RU
         size in session activation (SNA BIND) requests and responses.
         It will allow negotiation up to the appcModeAdminRecvRuSzUpBnd
         value or down to the appcModeAdminRecvRuSzLoBnd value."

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    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 12 }

appcModeAdminPrefSendRuSz OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the preferred send RU (Request Unit) size of normal-
        flow requests on the sessions.  This value must be less than or
        equal to the value specified in appcModeAdminSendRuSzUpBnd and
        greater than or equal to the value specified in
        appcModeAdminSendRuSzLoBnd.
         The local LU specifies this value for the send maximum RU
         size in session activation (SNA BIND) requests and responses.
         It will allow negotiation up to the appcModeAdminSendRuSzUpBnd
         value or down to the appcModeAdminSendRuSzLoBnd value."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 13 }

appcModeAdminRecvRuSzUpBnd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the upper bound for the maximum receive RU
         (Request Unit) size of normal-flow requests. This is used
         for negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND). "
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 14 }

appcModeAdminSendRuSzUpBnd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the upper bound for the maximum send RU (Request
        Unit) size of normal-flow requests.  This is used for
        negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).  "
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 15 }

appcModeAdminRecvRuSzLoBnd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the lower bound for the maximum receive RU (Request

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        Unit) size of normal-flow requests.  This is used for
        negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).  "
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 16 }

appcModeAdminSendRuSzLoBnd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the lower bound for the maximum send RU (Request
        Unit) size of normal-flow requests.  This is used for
        negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).  "
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 17 }

appcModeAdminSingSessReinit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notApplicable(1),
                    operatorControlled(2),
                    primaryOnly(3),
                    secondaryOnly(4),
                    primaryOrSecondary(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the responsibility for session reinitiation of a
        single session with the partner LU (when the session goes
        down).  The local LU uses this parameter to specify the session
        reinitiation responsibility in session activation (SNA BIND)
        requests and responses.
              notApplicable      - specifies that this parameter has
                                   no meaning since the value of
                                   appcLuPairAdminParaSessSup is yes.
                                   The field in the SNA BIND is
                                   reserved (set to zero).
              operatorControlled - specifies that neither LU will
                                   automatically attempt to reinitiate
                                   the session.  The operator on either
                                   side will manually reactivate the
                                   session.  A contention race (both
                                   side reinitiating at the same time)
                                   is won by the LU with the
                                   lexicographically greater fully-
                                   qualified LU name.
              primaryOnly        - specifies that the primary LU will

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                                   automatically attempt to reinitiate
                                   the session.
              secondaryOnly      - specifies that the secondary LU will
                                   automatically attempt to reinitiate
                                   the session.
              primaryOrSecondary - specifies that either the primary or
                                   the secondary may automatically
                                   attempt to reinitiate the session.
                                   A contention race is handled the
                                   same way as with operatorControlled.
        "
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 18 }

appcModeAdminCompression OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    prohibited(1),
                    required(2),
                    negotiable(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether compression is supported.  The local LU uses
        this value for negotiation during session activation (SNA
        BIND).
            prohibited  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            required    -  specifies that compression is required.
            negotiable  -  specifies that the usage of compression
                           is to be negotiated between the LUs. The
                           level of compression is also negotiated."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 19 }

appcModeAdminInBoundCompLevel OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    rle(2),
                    lz9(3),
                    lz10(4),
                    lz12(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum level of compression supported for
        inbound data.  The local LU uses this value in conjunction with
        appcModeAdminCompression for negotiation during session

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        activation (SNA BIND).
            none  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            rle   -  specifies run-length encoding compression
                     in which a 1 or 2 byte sequence substitution is
                     used for each repeated run of the same character.
            lz9   -  specifies Lempel-Ziv-like compression in which
                     9 bit codes are used to substitute repeated
                     substrings in the data stream.  These codes are
                     indices that refer to entries in a common
                     dictionary generated adaptively at both sender and
                     receiver as the data flows and compression occurs.
                     The larger of number bits used for the code, the
                     more storage space is required for the dictionary,
                     but the larger the compression ratio.
            lz10  -  specifies a 10 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression.
            lz12  -  specifies a 12 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 20 }

appcModeAdminOutBoundCompLevel OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    rle(2),
                    lz9(3),
                    lz10(4),
                    lz12(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum level of compression supported for
        outbound data.  The local LU uses this value in conjunction
        with appcModeAdminCompression for negotiation during session
        activation (SNA BIND).
            none  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            rle   -  specifies run-length encoding compression
                     in which a 1 or 2 byte sequence substitution is
                     used for each repeated run of the same character.
            lz9   -  specifies Lempel-Ziv-like compression in which
                     9 bit codes are used to substitute repeated
                     substrings in the data stream.  These codes are
                     indices that refer to entries in a common
                     dictionary generated adaptively at both sender and
                     receiver as the data flows and compression occurs.
                     The larger of number bits used for the code, the
                     more storage space is required for the dictionary,

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                     but the larger the compression ratio.
            lz10  -  specifies a 10 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression.
            lz12  -  specifies a 12 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 21 }

appcModeAdminCompRleBeforeLZ OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether run-length encoding is to be applied to the
        data before applying Lempel-Ziv-like compression.  The local LU
        uses this value for negotiation during session activation (SNA
        BIND).  This parameter is only supported if LZ compression is
        used."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 22 }

appcModeAdminSyncLvl OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    noneConfirm(2),
                    noneConfirmSyncPoint(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the sync level support. This value is used for
         negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).
              none                 - No sync level is supported.
              noneConfirm          - None and Confirm levels supported.
              noneConfirmSyncPoint - None, Confirm, and Sync Point is
                                     supported.
        "
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 23 }

appcModeAdminCrypto OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notSupported(1),
                    mandatory(2),
                    selective(3)
                   }

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    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether session-level cryptography is supported.
         This value is used for negotiation during session activations
         (SNA BIND).
              notSupported    -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                  is not to be used.
              mandatory       -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                  must be used.
              selective       -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                  is required just on selected requests
                                  flowing on the sessions."
    ::= { appcModeAdminEntry 24 }

* – APPC Mode Oper Table – Objects in this table contain current operational values, such – as state values or negotiated parameters, for session modes. – – * appcModeOperTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcModeOperEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Operational APPC Mode Information.  Two entries are present in
        the table when both LUs in a pair are local."
    ::= { appcLu 6 }

appcModeOperEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcModeOperEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry of APPC mode operational information table.  This entry
        does not augment the appcModeAdminEntry, but reflects an actual
        operational mode for a given local LU - partner LU pair."
    INDEX { appcModeOperLocLuName,
            appcModeOperParLuName,
            appcModeOperModeName }
    ::= { appcModeOperTable 1 }

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AppcModeOperEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

 appcModeOperLocLuName            DisplayString,
 appcModeOperParLuName            DisplayString,
 appcModeOperModeName             DisplayString,
 appcModeOperCosName              DisplayString,
 appcModeOperSessEndTpName        DisplayString,
 appcModeOperSessLimit            Integer32,
 appcModeOperMaxSessLimit         Integer32,
 appcModeOperMinCwinLimit         Integer32,
 appcModeOperMinClosLimit         Integer32,
 appcModeOperConWinAutoActLmt     Integer32,
 appcModeOperRecvPacWinSz         Integer32,
 appcModeOperSendPacWinSz         Integer32,
 appcModeOperPrefRecvRuSz         Integer32,
 appcModeOperPrefSendRuSz         Integer32,
 appcModeOperRecvRuSzUpBnd        Integer32,
 appcModeOperSendRuSzUpBnd        Integer32,
 appcModeOperRecvRuSzLoBnd        Integer32,
 appcModeOperSendRuSzLoBnd        Integer32,
 appcModeOperSingSessReinit       INTEGER,
 appcModeOperCompression          INTEGER,
 appcModeOperInBoundCompLevel     INTEGER,
 appcModeOperOutBoundCompLevel    INTEGER,
 appcModeOperCompRleBeforeLZ      INTEGER,
 appcModeOperSyncLvl              INTEGER,
 appcModeOperCrypto               INTEGER,
 appcModeOperSyncLvlLastStart     INTEGER,
 appcModeOperCryptoLastStart      INTEGER,
 appcModeOperCNOSNeg              INTEGER,
 appcModeOperActCwin              Gauge32,
 appcModeOperActClos              Gauge32,
 appcModeOperPndCwin              Gauge32,
 appcModeOperPndClos              Gauge32,
 appcModeOperPtmCwin              Gauge32,
 appcModeOperPtmClos              Gauge32,
 appcModeOperDrainSelf            INTEGER,
 appcModeOperDrainPart            INTEGER
                   }

appcModeOperLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU.  This field is from 1 to 17
        characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.

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        If this object has the same value as appcLluOperName,
        then the two entries being indexed apply to the same
        resource (specifically, to the same local LU)."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 1 }

appcModeOperParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU.  This field is from 1 to 17
        characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.
        If this object has the same value as appcLuPairOperParLuName,
        then the two entries being indexed apply to the same
        resource (specifically, to the same partner LU)."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 2 }

appcModeOperModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the mode name. A mode defines the characteristics
         for a group of sessions. The mode name can be blank (8
         space characters). "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 3 }

appcModeOperCosName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the class of service (COS) name associated with
         this mode.  If the implementation does not support COS names,
         a zero-length string is returned."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 4 }

appcModeOperSessEndTpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..64))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION

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        "Specifies the name of the transaction program (TP) to be
        invoked when a session using this mode is deactivated or ended.
        If the name is NULL, no transaction program is invoked.  When
        the TP name consists entirely of displayable EBCDIC code
        points, it is mapped directly to the equivalent ASCII display
        string.  However, registered TP names always have a non-
        displayable EBCDIC code point (value less than or equal to
        x'3F') as the first character, so they cannot be directly
        mapped to an ASCII display string.  These TP names are
        converted to a display string that is equivalent to a
        hexadecimal display of the EBCDIC code points.  For example,
        the 2-byte TP name x'06F1' (CNOS) is converted to the 6-byte
        ASCII display string '06F1' (including the two single quotes)."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 5 }

appcModeOperSessLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the current session limit of this mode as negotiated
        through APPC CNOS (Change Number of Sessions) processing.
        Identifies the total number of sessions that can be established
        between the local and partner LU using this mode."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 6 }

appcModeOperMaxSessLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum value that the local LU is to use,
        during CNOS processing, for the session limit.  The local LU,
        as a target LU, will negotiate a higher session limit it
        receives in the CNOS request down to this maximum value.  The
        local LU, as a source LU, will restrict the session limit it
        sends in a CNOS request to a value less than or equal to this
        maximum value."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 7 }

appcModeOperMinCwinLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION

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        "Specifies the minimum contention winner sessions limit that
         was negotiated via CNOS processing."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 8 }

appcModeOperMinClosLimit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the minimum contention loser sessions limit that
         was negotiated via CNOS processing. This is the same as
         target minimum contention winner sessions."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 9 }

appcModeOperConWinAutoActLmt OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the limit on the number of contention winner sessions
        to be automatically activated when the minimum number of
        contention winner sessions increases (as a result of CNOS
        processing). The actual number of sessions activated is the
        lesser of this value and the new minimum number of contention
        winner sessions. "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 10 }

appcModeOperRecvPacWinSz OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the size of the receive pacing window. This value is
         used for negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).
         The meaning of this value when set to 0 depends on whether
         adaptive pacing is supported:
            adaptive pacing   -     No limit on window size
            fixed pacing      -     No pacing is supported"
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 11 }

appcModeOperSendPacWinSz OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only

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    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the size of the send pacing window. This value is
         used for negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).
         The meaning of this value when set to 0 depends on whether
         adaptive pacing is supported:
            adaptive pacing        No limit on window size
            fixed pacing           No pacing is supported"
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 12 }

appcModeOperPrefRecvRuSz OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the preferred receive RU (Request Unit) size of
        normal-flow requests on the sessions.  This value must be less
        than or equal to the value specified in
        appcModeOperRecvRuSzUpBnd and greater than or equal to the
        value specified in appcModeOperRecvRuSzLoBnd.
         The local LU specifies this value for the receive maximum RU
         size in session activation (SNA BIND) requests and responses.
         It will allow negotiation up to the appcModeOperRecvRuSzUpBnd
         value or down to the appcModeOperRecvRuSzLoBnd value."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 13 }

appcModeOperPrefSendRuSz OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the preferred send RU (Request Unit) size of normal-
        flow requests on the sessions.  This value must be less than or
        equal to the value specified in appcModeOperSendRuSzUpBnd and
        greater than or equal to the value specified in
        appcModeOperSendRuSzLoBnd.
         The local LU specifies this value for the send maximum RU
         size in session activation (SNA BIND) requests and responses.
         It will allow negotiation up to the appcModeOperSendRuSzUpBnd
         value or down to the appcModeOperSendRuSzLoBnd value."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 14 }

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appcModeOperRecvRuSzUpBnd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the upper bound for the maximum receive RU
         (Request Unit) size of normal-flow requests. This is used
         for negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND). "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 15 }

appcModeOperSendRuSzUpBnd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the upper bound for the maximum send RU (Request
        Unit) size of normal-flow requests.  This is used for
        negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND).  "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 16 }

appcModeOperRecvRuSzLoBnd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the lower bound for the maximum receive RU
         (Request Unit) size of normal-flow requests. This is used
         for negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND). "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 17 }

appcModeOperSendRuSzLoBnd OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the lower bound for the maximum send RU
         (Request Unit) size of normal-flow requests. This is used
         for negotiation during session activations (SNA BIND). "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 18 }

appcModeOperSingSessReinit OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notApplicable(1),
                    operatorControlled(2),

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                    primaryOnly(3),
                    secondaryOnly(4),
                    primaryOrSecondary(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the responsibility for session reinitiation of a
        single session with the partner LU (when the session goes
        down).  The local LU uses this parameter to specify the session
        reinitiation responsibility in session activation (SNA BIND)
        requests and responses.
              notApplicable      - specifies that this parameter has
                                   no meaning since the value of
                                   appcLuPairOperParaSessSup is yes.
                                   The field in the SNA BIND is
                                   reserved (set to zero).
              operatorControlled - specifies that neither LU will
                                   automatically attempt to reinitiate
                                   the session.  The operator on either
                                   side will manually reactivate the
                                   session.  A contention race (both
                                   side reinitiating at the same time)
                                   is won by the LU with the
                                   lexicographically greater fully-
                                   qualified LU name.
              primaryOnly        - specifies that the primary LU will
                                   automatically attempt to reinitiate
                                   the session.
              secondaryOnly      - specifies that the secondary LU will
                                   automatically attempt to reinitiate
                                   the session.
              primaryOrSecondary - specifies that either the primary or
                                   the secondary may automatically
                                   attempt to reinitiate the session.
                                   A contention race is handled the
                                   same way as with operatorControlled.
        "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 19 }

appcModeOperCompression OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    prohibited(1),
                    required(2),
                    negotiable(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only

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    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether compression is supported.  The local LU uses
        this value for negotiation during session activation (SNA
        BIND).
            prohibited  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            required    -  specifies that compression is required.
            negotiable  -  specifies that the usage of compression
                           is to be negotiated between the LUs. The
                           level of compression is also negotiated."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 20 }

appcModeOperInBoundCompLevel OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    rle(2),
                    lz9(3),
                    lz10(4),
                    lz12(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum level of compression supported for
        inbound data.  The local LU uses this value in conjunction with
        appcModeOperCompression for negotiation during session
        activation (SNA BIND).
            none  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            rle   -  specifies run-length encoding compression
                     in which a 1 or 2 byte sequence substitution is
                     used for each repeated run of the same character.
            lz9   -  specifies Lempel-Ziv-like compression in which
                     9 bit codes are used to substitute repeated
                     substrings in the data stream.  These codes are
                     indices that refer to entries in a common
                     dictionary generated adaptively at both sender and
                     receiver as the data flows and compression occurs.
                     The larger of number bits used for the code, the
                     more storage space is required for the dictionary,
                     but the larger the compression ratio.
            lz10  -  specifies a 10 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression.
            lz12  -  specifies a 12 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 21 }

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appcModeOperOutBoundCompLevel OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    rle(2),
                    lz9(3),
                    lz10(4),
                    lz12(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the maximum level of compression supported for
        outbound data.  The local LU uses this value in conjunction
        with appcModeOperCompression for negotiation during session
        activation (SNA BIND).
            none  -  specifies that no compression is to be used.
            rle   -  specifies run-length encoding compression
                     in which a 1 or 2 byte sequence substitution is
                     used for each repeated run of the same character.
            lz9   -  specifies Lempel-Ziv-like compression in which
                     9 bit codes are used to substitute repeated
                     substrings in the data stream.  These codes are
                     indices that refer to entries in a common
                     dictionary generated adaptively at both sender and
                     receiver as the data flows and compression occurs.
                     The larger of number bits used for the code, the
                     more storage space is required for the dictionary,
                     but the larger the compression ratio.
            lz10  -  specifies a 10 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression.
            lz12  -  specifies a 12 bit code Lempel-Ziv-like compression."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 22 }

appcModeOperCompRleBeforeLZ OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether run-length encoding is to be applied to the
        data before applying Lempel-Ziv-like compression.  The local LU
        uses this value for negotiation during session activation (SNA
        BIND).  This parameter is only supported if LZ compression is
        used."

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    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 23 }

appcModeOperSyncLvl OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    noneConfirm(2),
                    noneConfirmSyncPoint(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the sync level support for sessions involving this
         LU pair and mode name.
              none             -       No sync level is supported.
              noneConfirm      -       None and Confirm level supported.
              noneConfirmSyncPoint -   None, Confirm and Sync Point is
                                              supported.
        "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 24 }

appcModeOperCrypto OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notSupported(1),
                    mandatory(2),
                    selective(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether session-level cryptography is supported for
         sessions involving this LU pair and mode name.
              notSupported    -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                     is not being used.
              mandatory       -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                     in being used on all requests
                                     flowing on the sessions.
              selective       -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                     is required just on selected
                                     requests flowing on the sessions."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 25 }

appcModeOperSyncLvlLastStart OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),

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                    noneConfirm(2),
                    noneConfirmSyncPoint(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the sync level support.  This value represents the
        initial value proposed by the local LU the last time this
        capability was negotiated, i.e., when the first session was
        bound between the local LU and its partner.
              none             -      No sync level is supported.
              noneConfirm      -      None and Confirm level supported.
              noneConfirmSyncPoint -  None, Confirm and Sync Point is
                                          supported.
        "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 26 }

appcModeOperCryptoLastStart OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    notSupported(1),
                    mandatory(2),
                    selective(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether session-level cryptography is supported.
         This value represents the initial value proposed by the local
         LU the last time this capability was negotiated, i.e., when
         the first session was bound between the local LU and its
         partner.
              notSupported    -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                     is not to be used.
              mandatory       -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                     must be used.
              selective       -   Specifies session-level cryptography
                                     is required just on selected
                                     requests flowing on the sessions."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 27 }

appcModeOperCNOSNeg OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }

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    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether CNOS negotiation is in process.  CNOS
        negotiation is used to set or change the various session limits
        for a mode."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 28 }

appcModeOperActCwin OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the number of active contention winner sessions."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 29 }

appcModeOperActClos OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the number of active contention loser sessions."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 30 }

appcModeOperPndCwin OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the number of contention winner sessions that are
         pending activation."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 31 }

appcModeOperPndClos OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the number of contention loser sessions that are
         pending activation."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 32 }

appcModeOperPtmCwin OBJECT-TYPE

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    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the number of contention winner sessions that are
         pending termination."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 33 }

appcModeOperPtmClos OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the number of contention loser sessions that are
         pending termination."
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 34 }

appcModeOperDrainSelf OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the local LU is draining its conversations
        for this mode.  When a mode session limit is reset (via a CNOS
        RESET_SESSION_LIMIT request), the local LU could be set to
        process all queued conversations before deactivating all of the
        sessions (using the SNA Bracket Initiation Stopped or BIS
        protocol).  "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 35 }

appcModeOperDrainPart OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the partner LU is draining its conversations
        for this mode.  When a mode session limit is reset (via a CNOS
        RESET_SESSION_LIMIT request), the partner LU could be set to
        process all queued conversations before deactivating all of the

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        sessions (using the SNA Bracket Initiation Stop or BIS
        protocol).  "
    ::= { appcModeOperEntry 36 }

* – APPC TP Admin Table – Objects in this table contain default or expected configuration – values for remotely attachable transaction programs. – * appcTpAdminTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcTpAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "APPC Local TP Table"
    ::= { appcTp 1 }

appcTpAdminEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcTpAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry of APPC Local TP Information Table."
    INDEX { appcTpAdminLocLuName,
            appcTpAdminTpName }
    ::= { appcTpAdminTable 1 }

AppcTpAdminEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

     appcTpAdminLocLuName       DisplayString,
     appcTpAdminTpName          DisplayString,
     appcTpAdminFileSpec        DisplayString,
     appcTpAdminStartParm       DisplayString,
     appcTpAdminTpOperation     INTEGER,
     appcTpAdminInAttachTimeout Integer32,
     appcTpAdminRcvAllocTimeout Integer32,
     appcTpAdminSyncLvl         INTEGER,
     appcTpAdminInstLmt         Integer32,
     appcTpAdminStatus          INTEGER,
     appcTpAdminLongRun         INTEGER,
     appcTpAdminConvType        INTEGER,
     appcTpAdminConvDuplex      INTEGER,
     appcTpAdminConvSecReq      INTEGER,
     appcTpAdminVerPip          INTEGER,
     appcTpAdminPipSubNum       Integer32

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                   }

appcTpAdminLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU to which this TP definition
         applies. This field is from 1 to 17 characters in length,
         including a period (.) which separates the NetId from the NAU
         name if the NetId is present.
         The reserved value '*ALL' indicates that the TP definition
         applies to all local LUs, and not just to a single local LU."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 1 }

appcTpAdminTpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..64))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local transaction program name. This name is sent on an
         ATTACH remote allocation request.
         When the TP name consists entirely of displayable EBCDIC
         code points, it is mapped directly to the equivalent ASCII
         display string.  However, registered TP names always have a
         non-displayable EBCDIC code point (value less than or equal to
         x'3F') as the first character, so they cannot be directly
         mapped to an ASCII display string.  These TP names are
         converted to a display string that is equivalent to a
         hexadecimal display of the EBCDIC code points.  For example,
         the 2-byte TP name x'06F1' (CNOS) is converted to the 6-byte
         ASCII display string '06F1' (including the two single quotes)."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 2 }

appcTpAdminFileSpec OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..80))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local file specification of the transaction program.
        May be a zero-length string if not applicable."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 3 }

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appcTpAdminStartParm OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..128))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A parameter string passed to the transaction program when it
         is started.  May be a zero-length string if not supported. "
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 4 }

appcTpAdminTpOperation OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    other(1),
                    queuedOperatorStarted(2),
                    queuedOperatorPreloaded(3),
                    queuedAmStarted(4),
                    nonqueuedAmStarted(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies how the program will be started.
            other - Specifies that the program operation is none of
                    the methods specified. It may be a
                    product-specific method.
            queuedOperatorStarted - Specifies that one version of the
                    program will be run at a time.  If an incoming
                    attach arrives and the program has not been started
                    yet, APPC will issue a message to the operator to
                    start the specified program.  Subsequent attaches
                    that arrive while the program is active will be
                    queued.
            queuedOperatorPreloaded - Specifies that one version of the
                    program will be run at a time.  If an incoming
                    attach arrives and the program has not been started
                    yet, the Attach will be rejected.  The APPC attach
                    manager determines that a TP has started upon
                    reception of an APPC RECEIVE_ALLOCATE verb, or a
                    CPI-C Accept_Conversation (CMACCP) or
                    Specify_Local_TP_Name (CMSLTP) call.  No message is
                    sent to the operator.  Subsequent attaches that
                    arrive while the program is active are queued.
            queuedAmStarted - Specifies that one version of the
                    program will be run at a time and will be started
                    by the APPC attach manager.  Subsequent attaches

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                    that arrive while the program is active will be
                    queued.
            nonqueuedAmStarted - Specifies that multiple copies of the
                    program will be run at a time and will be started
                    by the APPC attach manager."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 5 }

appcTpAdminInAttachTimeout OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the number of seconds incoming attaches
        will be queued waiting for an APPC program to issue a
        RECEIVE_ALLOCATE verb or for a CPI-C program to issue an
        Accept_Conversation (CMACCP) call.  This parameter is
        meaningful only when appcTpAdminTpOperation has one of the
        following values:
                   queuedOperatorStarted
                   queuedOperatorPreloaded
                   queuedAmStarted
        A value of zero indicates that there is no timeout."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 6 }

appcTpAdminRcvAllocTimeout OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the number of seconds an APPC program's
        RECEIVE_ALLOCATE verb or a CPI-C program's Accept_Conversation
        (CMACCP) call will wait for an incoming attach to arrive.
        A value of zero indicates that there is no timeout."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 7 }

appcTpAdminSyncLvl OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    confirm(2),
                    noneAndConfirm(3),
                    syncpoint(4),
                    noneAndSyncpoint(5),

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                    confirmAndSyncpoint(6),
                    all(7)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the synchronization level or levels that the
        transaction program supports.  The levels are defined as
        follows:
             none      - allocation requests indicating a
                         synchronization level of none are allowed to
                         start the program.
             confirm   - allocation requests indicating a
                         synchronization level of confirm are allowed
                         to start the program.
             syncpoint - allocation requests indicating a
                         synchronization level of sync point are
                         allowed to start the program."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 8 }

appcTpAdminInstLmt OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The maximum number of concurrent instances of this transaction
         program that will be supported for a local LU.  A value of
         zero indicates that there is no limit."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 9 }

appcTpAdminStatus OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    enabled(1),
                    tempDisabled(2),
                    permDisabled(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the status of the TP relative to starting execution
        when the local LU receives an allocation (ATTACH) request
        naming this program.
              enabled         -    the local LU can start the program.
              tempDisabled    -    the local LU cannot start the

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                                   program. The local LU rejects the
                                   request with an indication that the
                                   TP is not available but retry is
                                   possible.
              permDisabled    -    the local LU cannot start the
                                   program. The local LU rejects the
                                   request with an indication that the
                                   TP is not available and retry is
                                   not possible."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 10 }

appcTpAdminLongRun OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates whether this is a long-running transaction program
        (i.e., one that stays around even after the conversation goes
        away)."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 11 }

appcTpAdminConvType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    basic(1),
                    mapped(2),
                    basicOrMapped(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the conversation type (basic or mapped) that will be
        used by the TP.  This value is verified upon receipt of an
        incoming attach.  The acceptable values are:
               basic         - Indicates that this transaction program
                               supports basic conversations.
               mapped        - Indicates that this transaction program
                               supports mapped conversations.
               basicOrMapped - Indicates that this transaction program
                               supports both basic and mapped
                               conversations."

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    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 12 }

appcTpAdminConvDuplex OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    half(1),
                    full(2),
                    halfOrFull(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the conversation duplex type (half or full) that
        will be used by the TP.  This value is verified upon receipt of
        an incoming attach.  The acceptable values are:
               half       - Indicates that this transaction program
                            supports half duplex conversations.
               full       - Indicates that this transaction program
                            supports full duplex conversations.
               halfOrFull - Indicates that this transaction program
                            supports either half or full duplex
                            conversations."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 13 }

appcTpAdminConvSecReq OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates whether conversation-level security information is
        required on incoming attaches designating this TP name.
        Conversation-level security verification is always performed on
        those requests that include security information.
               yes - Indicates that conversation-level security
                     information is required.  ATTACHs designating the
                     transaction program must carry a user_id and
                     either a password or an already verified
                     indicator.
               no  - Indicates that no security information is
                     required.  ATTACHs designating the transaction

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                     program can omit or include security information."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 14 }

appcTpAdminVerPip OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the number of PIP (Program Initialization
         Parameters) subfields should be verified against the number
         expected (appcTpAdminPipSubNum)."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 15 }

appcTpAdminPipSubNum OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the number of PIP subfields expected by the TP."
    ::= { appcTpAdminEntry 16 }

* – APPC Active Session Table – ——————————————————————— – This table contains information about active APPC sessions. – * appcActSessTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcActSessEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Table of active APPC sessions.  Two entries are present in the
        table when both session partners are local."
    ::= { appcSession 1 }

appcActSessEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcActSessEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION

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        "Entry of APPC Session Information Table.  Indexed by LU pair
        and integer-valued session index."
    INDEX { appcActSessLocLuName,
            appcActSessParLuName,
            appcActSessIndex }
    ::= { appcActSessTable 1 }

AppcActSessEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

    appcActSessLocLuName            DisplayString,
    appcActSessParLuName            DisplayString,
    appcActSessIndex                Integer32,
    appcActSessPcidCpName           DisplayString,
    appcActSessPcid                 OCTET STRING,
    appcActSessPluIndicator         INTEGER,
    appcActSessModeName             DisplayString,
    appcActSessCosName              DisplayString,
    appcActSessTransPriority        INTEGER,
    appcActSessEnhanceSecSup        INTEGER,
    appcActSessSendPacingType       INTEGER,
    appcActSessSendRpc              Gauge32,
    appcActSessSendNxWndwSize       Gauge32,
    appcActSessRecvPacingType       INTEGER,
    appcActSessRecvRpc              Gauge32,
    appcActSessRecvNxWndwSize       Gauge32,
    appcActSessRscv                 OCTET STRING,
    appcActSessInUse                INTEGER,
    appcActSessMaxSndRuSize         INTEGER,
    appcActSessMaxRcvRuSize         INTEGER,
    appcActSessSndPacingSize        INTEGER,
    appcActSessRcvPacingSize        INTEGER,
    appcActSessOperState            INTEGER,
    appcActSessUpTime               TimeTicks,
    appcActSessRtpNceId             OCTET STRING,
    appcActSessRtpTcid              OCTET STRING,
    appcActSessLinkIndex            InstancePointer
                   }

appcActSessLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the local LU for the session.  This
        field is from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period
        (.) which separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is

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        present.
        If this object has the same value as appcLluOperName, then the
        two entries being indexed apply to the same resource
        (specifically, to the same local LU)."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 1 }

appcActSessParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the partner LU for the session.  This
        field is from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period
        (.) which separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is
        present.
        If this object has the same value as appcLuPairOperParLuName,
        then the two entries being indexed apply to the same resource
        (specifically, to the same partner LU)."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 2 }

appcActSessIndex OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This value identifies the index of the session, which is
        unique for this LU pair.  It is recommended that an Agent not
        reuse the index of a deactivated session for a significant
        period of time (e.g., one week)."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 3 }

appcActSessPcidCpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0 | 3..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The network-qualified CP name of the node at which the session
        and PCID originated.  For APPN and LEN nodes, this is either CP
        name of the APPN node at which the origin LU is located or the
        CP name of the NN serving the LEN node at which the origin LU
        is located.  This field is from 3 to 17 characters in length,
        including a period (.) which separates the NetId from the NAU
        name.  A null string indicates that the value is unknown."

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    ::= { appcActSessEntry 4 }

appcActSessPcid OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0|8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The procedure correlation identifier (PCID) of a session.  It
        is an 8-octet value assigned by the control point providing
        session services for the primary LU.  A null string indicates
        that the value is unknown."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 5 }

appcActSessPluIndicator OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    localLuIsPlu(1),
                    partnerLuIsPlu(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates which LU is the PLU for this session.  For
        independent LUs, the PLU (primary LU) is the one that initiated
        the session (sent BIND), while the SLU (secondary LU) is the
        one that accepted the session initiation (received BIND).
        The 'local' LU is the one identified by appcLluOperName.
        The 'partner' LU is the one identified by
        appcLuPairOperParLuName."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 6 }

appcActSessModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The mode name used for this session."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 7 }

appcActSessCosName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION

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        "The Class of Service (COS) name used for this session.
        A null string indicates that the value is unknown."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 8 }

appcActSessTransPriority OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    unknown(1),
                    low(2),
                    medium(3),
                    high(4),
                    network(5)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The transmission priority of this session.
            1 = unknown priority
            2 = low priority
            3 = medium priority
            4 = high priority
            5 = network priority
        "
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 9 }

appcActSessEnhanceSecSup OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    level1(2),
                    level2(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Enhanced security supported. Indicates the level of enhanced
        security support:
           1 = none
           2 = level 1
           3 = level 2
        "
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 10 }

appcActSessSendPacingType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),

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                    fixed(2),
                    adaptive(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The type of pacing being used for sending data."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 11 }

appcActSessSendRpc OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The send residual pace count.  This represents the number of
        MUs that can still be sent in the current session window."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 12 }

appcActSessSendNxWndwSize OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The size of the next window which will be used to send data."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 13 }

appcActSessRecvPacingType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    fixed(2),
                    adaptive(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The type of pacing being used for receiving data."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 14 }

appcActSessRecvRpc OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The receive residual pace count.  This represents the number

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        of MUs that can still be received in the current session
        window."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 15 }

appcActSessRecvNxWndwSize OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The size of the next window which will be used to receive
        data."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 16 }

appcActSessRscv OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The route selection control vector (RSCV CV2B) used for this
        session.  It is present for APPN-level implementations.
        LEN-level implementations will return a null string.  The
        internal format of this vector is described in SNA Formats.
        This object contains an uninterpreted copy of the control
        vector (including the length and key fields)."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 17 }

appcActSessInUse OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    no(1),
                    yes(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the session is currently in use (i.e., in
         bracket with a conversation)."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 18 }

appcActSessMaxSndRuSize OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER (1..8192)
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The maximum RU size used on this session for sending RUs."

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    ::= { appcActSessEntry 19 }

appcActSessMaxRcvRuSize OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER (1..8192)
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The maximum RU size used on this session for receiving RUs."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 20 }

appcActSessSndPacingSize OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER (1..63)
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The size of the send pacing window on this session."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 21 }

appcActSessRcvPacingSize OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER (1..63)
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The size of the receive pacing window on this session."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 22 }

appcActSessOperState OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    unbound (1),
                    pendingBind (2),
                    bound (3),
                    pendingUnbind (4)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-write
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The value indicates the current operational state of the
        session.
                'unbound (1)' - session has been  unbound;
                      in this state it will be removed from the
                      session table by the Agent.
                'pendingBind (2)' - this state has different
                      meanings for dependent and independent LUs;

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                      for dependent LU - waiting for BIND from
                      the host, for independent LU - waiting for
                      BIND response.  When a session enters this
                      state, the corresponding entry in the
                      session table is created by the Agent.
                'bound (3)' - session has been successfully bound.
                'pendingUnbind (4)' - session enters this state
                      when an UNBIND is sent and before the
                      rsp(UNBIND) is received.
        Session deactivation:
                If a session is in the operational state
                'bound (3)' then setting the value of this
                object to 'unbound (1)' will initiate the
                session shutdown.
                If a session is in the operational state
                'pendingBind (2)' then setting the value of this
                object to 'unbound (1)' will initiate the session
                shutdown.
                If a session is in the operational state
                'pendingUnbind (4)' for an abnormally long period
                of time (e.g., three minutes) then setting the value
                of this object to 'unbound (1)' will change the
                session operational state to 'unbound (1)'. "
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 23 }

appcActSessUpTime OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX TimeTicks
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The length of time the session has been active, measured in
        hundredths of a second."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 24 }

appcActSessRtpNceId OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local HPR Network Connection Endpoint of the session."

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    ::= { appcActSessEntry 25 }

appcActSessRtpTcid OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0|8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local RTP connection TCID of the session."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 26 }

appcActSessLinkIndex OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX InstancePointer
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This value identifies the link over which the session passes.
        This value points to the row in the table containing
        information on the link instance.  (e.g., the sdlcLSAdminTable
        of the SNA DLC MIB module).  This object may be NULL if the
        link is not specified or if a link is not applicable (as for
        APPN-level nodes)."
    ::= { appcActSessEntry 27 }

* – The following table contains session statistics for APPC sessions. – *

appcSessStatsTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcSessStatsEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains dynamic statistical information relating
        to active APPC sessions.  The entries in this table cannot be
        created by a Management Station.  Two entries are present in
        the table when both session partners are local.  This table is
        populated only when the value of appcCntrlOperStat is
        'active'."
    ::= { appcSession 2 }

appcSessStatsEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcSessStatsEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current

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    DESCRIPTION
        "Contains statistics information for an APPC session.  Each
        entry is created by the Agent.  Objects in this table have
        read-only access.  Each session from appcActSessTable has one
        entry in this table."
    INDEX { appcSessStatsLocLuName,
            appcSessStatsParLuName,
            appcSessStatsSessIndex }
    ::= { appcSessStatsTable 1 }

AppcSessStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

      appcSessStatsLocLuName           DisplayString,
      appcSessStatsParLuName           DisplayString,
      appcSessStatsSessIndex           Integer32,
      appcSessStatsSentFmdBytes        Counter32,
      appcSessStatsSentNonFmdBytes     Counter32,
      appcSessStatsRcvdFmdBytes        Counter32,
      appcSessStatsRcvdNonFmdBytes     Counter32,
      appcSessStatsSentFmdRus          Counter32,
      appcSessStatsSentNonFmdRus       Counter32,
      appcSessStatsRcvdFmdRus          Counter32,
      appcSessStatsRcvdNonFmdRus       Counter32,
      appcSessStatsCtrUpTime           TimeTicks
                   }

appcSessStatsLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the local LU for the session.  This
        field is from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period
        (.) which separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is
        present.
        If this object has the same value as appcLluOperName, then the
        two entries being indexed apply to the same resource
        (specifically, to the same local LU)."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 1 }

appcSessStatsParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION

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        "Specifies the name of the partner LU for the session.  This
        field is from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period
        (.) which separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is
        present.
        If this object has the same value as appcLuPairOperParLuName,
        then the two entries being indexed apply to the same resource
        (specifically, to the same partner LU)."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 2 }

appcSessStatsSessIndex OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This value identifies the index of the session, which is
        unique for this LU pair.  It is recommended that an Agent not
        reuse the index of a deactivated session for a significant
        period of time (e.g., one week).
        If this object has the same value as appcActSessIndex for the
        same LU pair, then the two entries being indexed apply to the
        same resource (specifically, to the same session)."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 3 }

appcSessStatsSentFmdBytes OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of function management data (FMD) bytes sent by the
        local LU."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 4 }

appcSessStatsSentNonFmdBytes OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of non-function management data (non-FMD) bytes
        sent by the local LU."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 5 }

appcSessStatsRcvdFmdBytes OBJECT-TYPE

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    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of function management data (FMD) bytes received by
        the local LU."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 6 }

appcSessStatsRcvdNonFmdBytes OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of non-function management data (non-FMD) bytes
        received by the local LU."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 7 }

appcSessStatsSentFmdRus OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of function management data (FMD) RUs sent by the
        local LU."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 8 }

appcSessStatsSentNonFmdRus OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of non-function management data (non-FMD) RUs sent
        by the local LU."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 9 }

appcSessStatsRcvdFmdRus OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of function management data (FMD) RUs received by
        the local LU."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 10 }

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appcSessStatsRcvdNonFmdRus OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of non-function management data (non-FMD) RUs
        received by the local LU."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 11 }

appcSessStatsCtrUpTime OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX TimeTicks
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The length of time the counters for this session have been
        active, measured in hundredths of a second."
    ::= { appcSessStatsEntry 12 }

* – APPC Historical Session Table – ——————————————————————— – This table contains historical information about APPC sessions that – terminated abnormally. It is an implementation choice how long to – retain information on a given session. – * appcHistSessTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcHistSessEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Table of historical information about APPC sessions that
        terminated abnormally.  Two entries may be present in the table
        when both session partners are local.  It is an implementation
        choice how long to retain information about a given session."
    ::= { appcSession 3 }

appcHistSessEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcHistSessEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry of APPC Session History Table.  This table is indexed by
        an integer which is continuously incremented until it
        eventually wraps."

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    INDEX
           { appcHistSessIndex }
    ::= { appcHistSessTable 1 }

AppcHistSessEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

    appcHistSessIndex           INTEGER,
    appcHistSessTime            DateAndTime,
    appcHistSessType            INTEGER,
    appcHistSessLocLuName       DisplayString,
    appcHistSessParLuName       DisplayString,
    appcHistSessModeName        DisplayString,
    appcHistSessUnbindType      OCTET STRING,
    appcHistSessSenseData       SnaSenseData,
    appcHistSessComponentId     DisplayString,
    appcHistSessDetectModule    DisplayString
                   }

appcHistSessIndex OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER (0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Table index.  The value of the index begins at zero
         and is incremented up to a maximum value of 2**31-1
         (2,147,483,647) before wrapping."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 1 }

appcHistSessTime OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DateAndTime
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The time at which the session was either terminated or
         failed to be established."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 2 }

appcHistSessType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    recvNegBindRsp(1),
                    sendNegBindRsp(2),
                    sessActRejected(3),
                    unbindSent(4),
                    unbindReceived(5)
                   }

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    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the type of event that caused the entry to be made:
             recvNegBindRsp  - Received a negative bind response from
                               the partner LU.
             sendNegBindRsp  - Sent a negative bind response to the
                               partner LU.
             sessActRejected - Session activation rejected by the
                               partner LU.
             unbindSent      - Unbind sent to the partner LU.
             unbindReceived  - Unbind received from the partner LU.
        These event types correspond to the five SNA/MS Alerts
        LU62001 through LU62005, documented in the SNA Management
        Services Reference."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 3 }

appcHistSessLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The network-qualified local LU name.  This field is from 3 to
        17 characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 4 }

appcHistSessParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (3..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The network-qualified partner LU name.  This field is from 3
        to 17 characters in length, including a period (.) which
        separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 5 }

appcHistSessModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The mode name of the session."

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    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 6 }

appcHistSessUnbindType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (1))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The type of unbind which terminated the session.  This
         value is consists of one (1) octet; and its meaning
         is defined in SNA Formats."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 7 }

appcHistSessSenseData OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SnaSenseData
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The sense data associated with the termination of the
        session, taken from the negative BIND response or UNBIND
        request."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 8 }

appcHistSessComponentId OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..32))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The implementation-specific name of the component which
        detected the problem."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 9 }

appcHistSessDetectModule OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..32))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The implementation-specific name of the module which
        detected the problem."
    ::=  { appcHistSessEntry 10 }

* – APPC Session RTP Connection Table – ———————————————————————

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– This table contains information on APPC sessions that are being – transported on RTP connections by High Performance Routing (HPR). – * appcSessRtpTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcSessRtpEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A table indicating how many APPC sessions terminating in this
        node are transported by each RTP connection."
    ::= { appcSession 4 }

appcSessRtpEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcSessRtpEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry of APPC session RTP table."
    INDEX { appcSessRtpNceId,
            appcSessRtpTcid }
    ::= { appcSessRtpTable 1 }

AppcSessRtpEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

    appcSessRtpNceId              OCTET STRING,
    appcSessRtpTcid               OCTET STRING,
    appcSessRtpSessions           Gauge32
                   }

appcSessRtpNceId OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local Network Connection Endpoint of the RTP connection."
    ::= { appcSessRtpEntry 1 }

appcSessRtpTcid OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (8))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The local TCID of the RTP connection."
    ::= { appcSessRtpEntry 2 }

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appcSessRtpSessions OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Gauge32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of APPC sessions terminating in this node
        that are using this RTP connection."
    ::= { appcSessRtpEntry 3 }

* – APPC Active Conversation Table – This table contains information about active APPC conversations. – *

appcActiveConvTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcActiveConvEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Table of information about active APPC Conversations.  In this
        context 'active' means that a conversation is currently
        associated with a particular session.  Two entries are present
        in the table when both LUs for the session are local."
    ::= { appcConversation 1 }

appcActiveConvEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcActiveConvEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry representing one active APPC Conversation."
    INDEX { appcActiveConvLocLuName,
            appcActiveConvParLuName,
            appcActiveConvSessIndex }
    ::= { appcActiveConvTable 1}

AppcActiveConvEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

         appcActiveConvLocLuName           DisplayString,
         appcActiveConvParLuName           DisplayString,
         appcActiveConvSessIndex           Integer32,
         appcActiveConvId                  OCTET STRING,
         appcActiveConvState               INTEGER,
         appcActiveConvType                INTEGER,

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         appcActiveConvCorrelator          OCTET STRING,
         appcActiveConvSyncLvl             INTEGER,
         appcActiveConvSource              INTEGER,
         appcActiveConvDuplex              INTEGER,
         appcActiveConvUpTime              TimeTicks,
         appcActiveConvSendBytes           Counter32,
         appcActiveConvRcvBytes            Counter32,
         appcActiveConvUserid              DisplayString,
         appcActiveConvPcidNauName         DisplayString,
         appcActiveConvPcid                OCTET STRING,
         appcActiveConvModeName            DisplayString,
         appcActiveConvLuwIdName           DisplayString,
         appcActiveConvLuwIdInstance       OCTET STRING,
         appcActiveConvLuwIdSequence       OCTET STRING,
         appcActiveConvTpName              DisplayString
                   }

appcActiveConvLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU for the conversation.  This field
        is from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period (.)
        which separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is
        present.
        If this object has the same value as appcLluOperName,
        then the two entries being indexed apply to the same
        resource (specifically, to the same local LU)."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 1 }

appcActiveConvParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU for the conversation.  This
        field is from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period
        (.) which separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is
        present.
        If this object has the same value as appcLuPairOperParLuName,
        then the two entries being indexed apply to the same
        resource (specifically, to the same partner LU)."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 2 }

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appcActiveConvSessIndex OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Index of entry in appcActSessTable that is associated with
        this conversation.  If this object has the same value as
        appcActSessIndex for the same LU pair, then the two entries
        being indexed apply to the same resource (specifically, to the
        same session)."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 3 }

appcActiveConvId OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (4))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The 4-byte ID of the conversation."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 4 }

appcActiveConvState OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    reset(1),
                    send(2),
                    receive(3),
                    confirm(4),
                    confirmSend(5),
                    confirmDealloc(6),
                    pendingDeallocate(7),
                    pendingPost(8),
                    sendReceive(9),
                    sendOnly(10),
                    receiveOnly(11),
                    deferReceive(12),
                    deferDeallocate(13),
                    syncpoint(14),
                    syncpointSend(15),
                    syncpointDeallocate(16),
                    backoutRequired(17)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the state of the conversation at the instant when
        the information was retrieved.  The values are:

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            reset
                      The conversation is reset (i.e., deallocated).
            send
                      The conversation can send data.  This value also
                      is returned if the conversation is in
                      Send-Pending state.
            receive
                      The conversation can receive data.
            confirm
                      The conversation has received a confirm
                      indicator.  It can issue an [MC_]CONFIRMED or
                      [MC_]SEND_ERROR verb to change state.  It will
                      continue in Receive state if an [MC_]CONFIRMED
                      verb is issued.
            confirmSend
                      The conversation is in Confirm state and changes
                      to Send state when an [MC_]CONFIRMED verb is
                      issued.
            confirmDealloc
                      The conversation is in Confirm state and becomes
                      inactive when an [MC_]CONFIRMED verb is issued.
            pendingDeallocate
                      The conversation is in Pending-Deallocate state
                      while it waits for (MC_)DEALLOCATE TYPE
                      (sync_level) to complete.
            pendingPost
                      The conversation is in Pending-Post state while
                      it waits for the [MC_]RECEIVE_AND_POST verb to
                      complete its receive function.
            sendReceive
                      The full-duplex conversation can send or receive
                      data.
            sendOnly
                      The full-duplex conversation can send data, but
                      it does not have permission to receive data,
                      because the partner TP has already deallocated
                      its side of the conversation.
            receiveOnly
                      The full-duplex conversation can receive data,
                      but it does not have permission to send data,
                      because it has already deallocated its side of
                      the conversation.
            deferReceive
                      Waiting for a successful SYNCPT verb operation to
                      go into the receive state.
            deferDeallocate
                      Waiting for a successful SYNCPT verb operation to
                      go into the reset state.

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            syncpoint
                      Need to response to a SYNCPT verb issued.  After
                      successful operation, the next state will be
                      receive.
            syncpointSend
                      Need to response to a SYNCPT verb issued.  After
                      successful operation, the next state will be
                      send.
            syncpointDeallocate
                      Need to response to a SYNCPT verb issued.  After
                      successful operation, the next state will be
                      reset.
            backoutRequired
                      TP must execute a BACKOUT verb to backout the
                      transaction."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 5 }

appcActiveConvType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    basic(1),
                    mapped(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the type of conversation.  The values are:
            basic
                      Indicates that this conversation supports
                      basic verbs.
            mapped
                      Indicates that this conversation supports
                      mapped verbs."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 6 }

appcActiveConvCorrelator OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This is an 8-byte identifier that the source LU assigns to the
        conversation; the source LU is the one that sent the allocation
        request.  The conversation correlator is included on the
        allocation request.  The conversation correlator uniquely

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        identifies a conversation, from among all conversations,
        between the local and partner LUs.  It may be used, for
        example, during problem determination associated with a
        conversation.  A length of 0 indicates that no conversation
        correlator is defined."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 7 }

appcActiveConvSyncLvl OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    confirm(2),
                    syncpt(3)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the highest sync level support for the conversation.
        The values are:
              none
                      Indicates that no sync-level processing can be
                      performed on this conversation. The
                      transaction program does not issue verbs or
                      recognize any returned parameters
                      relating to any sync-level function.
              confirm
                      Indicates that confirmation processing can be
                      performed on this conversation.  The
                      transaction program can issue verbs and
                      recognize returned parameters relating to
                      confirmation.
              syncpt
                      Indicates that syncpt and confirmation processing
                      can be performed on this conversation. The
                      transaction program can issue verbs and recognize
                      returned parameters relating to syncpt and
                      confirmation."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 8 }

appcActiveConvSource OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    localLu(1),
                    partnerLu(2)
                   }

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    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates whether the local or partner LU is the source of the
        conversation, that is, which LU started the conversation by
        sending the allocation request.
             localLu
                      The local LU is the source of the conversation,
                      and the partner LU is the target of the
                      conversation.
             partnerLu
                      The partner LU is the source of the
                      conversation, and the local LU is the target of
                      the conversation."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 9 }

appcActiveConvDuplex OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    half(1),
                    full(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the conversation duplex style in effect for the
        conversation.
          half        Indicates that information can be transferred in
                      both directions, but only in one direction at a
                      time.
          full        Indicates that information can be transferred in
                      both directions at the same time."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 10 }

appcActiveConvUpTime OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX TimeTicks
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The length of time since the conversation started, measured in
        hundredths of a second."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 11 }

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appcActiveConvSendBytes OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the number of bytes that was sent on the
        conversation.  The count includes all SNA RU bytes sent,
        including those in the FMH-5 (Attach), FMH-7 (Error
        Description), SIGNAL, LUSTAT, and SNA responses; it does not
        include SNA TH and RH bytes."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 12 }

appcActiveConvRcvBytes OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates the number of bytes that was received on the
        conversation.  The count includes all SNA RU bytes sent,
        including those in the FMH-5 (Attach), FMH-7 (Error
        Description), SIGNAL, LUSTAT, and SNA responses; it does not
        include SNA TH and RH bytes."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 13 }

appcActiveConvUserid OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..10))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The user ID that the initiating program provided in the
        incoming attach."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 14 }

appcActiveConvPcidNauName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0 | 3..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The network-qualified NAU name of the
         node at which the session and PCID originated.  For APPN
         and LEN nodes, this is either CP name of the APPN node at
         which the origin LU is located or the CP name of the
         NN serving the LEN node at which the origin LU is
         located.  This field is from 3 to 17 characters in
         length, including a period (.) which separates the

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         NetId from the NAU name.  A null string indicates
         that the value is unknown."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 15 }

appcActiveConvPcid OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0|8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The procedure correlation identifier (PCID) of the session.
        It is an 8-octet value assigned by the control point providing
        session services for the primary LU.  A null string indicates
        that the value is unknown."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 16 }

appcActiveConvModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The Mode Name used for this conversation.
         This is a 1-8 character name."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 17 }

appcActiveConvLuwIdName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the LU that initiated the logical unit of work
         that is associated with this active TP. This field is from
         1 to 17 characters in length, including a period (.) which
         separates the NetId from the LU name if the NetId is present."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 18 }

appcActiveConvLuwIdInstance OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..6))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The instance identifier for the logical unit of work."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 19 }

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appcActiveConvLuwIdSequence OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..2))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The sequence identifier for the logical unit of work."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 20 }

appcActiveConvTpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..64))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The transaction program name which started this conversation.
        This name could either be from a FMH5 ATTACH for a remotely
        started conversation, otherwise it could the name of the local
        TP if available.
        When the TP name consists entirely of displayable EBCDIC code
        points, it is mapped directly to the equivalent ASCII display
        string.  However, registered TP names always have a non-
        displayable EBCDIC code point (value less than or equal to
        x'3F') as the first character, so they cannot be directly
        mapped to an ASCII display string.  These TP names are
        converted to a display string that is equivalent to a
        hexadecimal display of the EBCDIC code points.  For example,
        the 2-byte TP name x'06F1' (CNOS) is converted to the 6-byte
        ASCII display string '06F1' (including the two single quotes).
        This name is NULL if the conversation is started locally
        (i.e., not with a FMH5 ATTACH)."
    ::= { appcActiveConvEntry 21 }

* – APPC Historical Conversation Table – This table contains historical information about APPC – conversations that ended abnormally. It is an implementation – choice how long to retain information on a given conversation. – *

appcHistConvTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcHistConvEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Table of historical information about APPC Conversations that

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        ended in error.  Possible categories of error conditions that
        could be saved in this table are:
  1. allocation errors,
  2. deallocate abend,
  3. program errors, and
  4. service errors."
    ::= { appcConversation 2 }

appcHistConvEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcHistConvEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
         "Entry representing one APPC Conversation."
    INDEX
           { appcHistConvIndex  }
    ::= { appcHistConvTable 1}

AppcHistConvEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

    appcHistConvIndex           Integer32,
    appcHistConvEndTime         DateAndTime,
    appcHistConvLocLuName       DisplayString,
    appcHistConvParLuName       DisplayString,
    appcHistConvTpName          DisplayString,
    appcHistConvPcidNauName     DisplayString,
    appcHistConvPcid            OCTET STRING,
    appcHistConvSenseData       SnaSenseData,
    appcHistConvLogData         OCTET STRING,
    appcHistConvEndedBy         INTEGER
                   }

appcHistConvIndex OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Index for entry in Conversation table.  This value identifies
        the unique index of the conversation.  It is recommended that
        an Agent not reuse the index of a deactivated conversation for
        a significant period of time (e.g. one week)."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 1 }

appcHistConvEndTime OBJECT-TYPE

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    SYNTAX DateAndTime
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The time at which the conversation ended."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 2 }

appcHistConvLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The name of the local LU for this conversation.  This field is
        from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period (.) which
        separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 3 }

appcHistConvParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU for the conversation.  This
        field is from 1 to 17 characters in length, including a period
        (.) which separates the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is
        present."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 4 }

appcHistConvTpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..64))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The transaction program name which started this conversation.
        This name could either be from a FMH5 ATTACH for a remotely
        started conversation, otherwise it could the name of the local
        TP if available.
        When the TP name consists entirely of displayable EBCDIC code
        points, it is mapped directly to the equivalent ASCII display
        string.  However, registered TP names always have a non-
        displayable EBCDIC code point (value less than or equal to
        x'3F') as the first character, so they cannot be directly
        mapped to an ASCII display string.  These TP names are
        converted to a display string that is equivalent to a

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        hexadecimal display of the EBCDIC code points.  For example,
        the 2-byte TP name x'06F1' (CNOS) is converted to the 6-byte
        ASCII display string '06F1' (including the two single quotes).
        This name is NULL if the conversation is started locally
        (i.e., not with a FMH5 ATTACH)."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 5 }

appcHistConvPcidNauName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0 | 3..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The network-qualified NAU name of the
         node at which the session and PCID originated.  For APPN
         and LEN nodes, this is either CP name of the APPN node at
         which the origin LU is located or the CP name of the
         NN serving the LEN node at which the origin LU is
         located.  This field is from 3 to 17 characters in
         length, including a period (.) which separates the
         NetId from the NAU name.  A null string indicates that the
         value is unknown."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 6 }

appcHistConvPcid OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0|8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
       "The procedure correlation identifier (PCID) of the session.
       It is an 8-octet value assigned by the control point providing
       session services for the primary LU.  A null string indicates
       that the value is unknown."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 7 }

appcHistConvSenseData OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SnaSenseData
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The sense data associated with the action that ended this
        conversation, e.g., FMH-7 or UNBIND."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 8 }

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appcHistConvLogData OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..32))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The first 32 bytes of the data portion of the Log Data GDS
        Variable that is associated with the last FMH-7 that occurred
        on this conversation.  If there was no Log Data GDS Variable
        associated with the FMH-7, this object is null.
        This object reflects only the data portion of the Log Data
        GDS Variable (i.e. not the LL or GDS Id)."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 9 }

appcHistConvEndedBy OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    localLu(1),
                    partnerLu(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates which LU ended the conversation."
    ::= { appcHistConvEntry 10 }

* – APPC CPIC Admin Table – Objects in this table contain default or expected configuration – values for CPI-C side information. – * appcCpicAdminTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcCpicAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "APPC CPI-C side information table."
    ::= { appcCPIC 1 }

appcCpicAdminEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcCpicAdminEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry of APPC CPI-C side information Table."

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    INDEX { appcCpicAdminLocLuName,
            appcCpicAdminSymbDestName }
    ::= { appcCpicAdminTable 1 }

AppcCpicAdminEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

        appcCpicAdminLocLuName          DisplayString,
        appcCpicAdminSymbDestName       DisplayString,
        appcCpicAdminParLuAlias         DisplayString,
        appcCpicAdminParLuName          DisplayString,
        appcCpicAdminModeName           DisplayString,
        appcCpicAdminTpNameType         INTEGER,
        appcCpicAdminTpName             DisplayString,
        appcCpicAdminUserid             DisplayString,
        appcCpicAdminSecurity           INTEGER
                   }

appcCpicAdminLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU to which this CPI-C side
        information definition applies.  This field is from 1 to 17
        characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.
        The reserved value '*ALL' indicates that the definition applies
        to all local LUs, and not just to a single local LU."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 1 }

appcCpicAdminSymbDestName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the symbolic destination name used by CPI-C
        applications to identify this definition."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 2 }

appcCpicAdminParLuAlias OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A local alias for the partner LU.  If not known or

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         not applicable, this object contains a zero-length
         string."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 3 }

appcCpicAdminParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU.  This field is from 1 to 17
        characters in length, including a period (.)  which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 4 }

appcCpicAdminModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the mode name.  A mode defines the characteristics
        for a group of sessions.  The mode name can be blank (8 space
        characters)."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 5 }

appcCpicAdminTpNameType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    normal(1),
                    snaServiceTp(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the TP name in appcCpicAdminTpName
        identifies a normal TP or an SNA service TP.  In this context,
        a normal TP is one with a name consisting only of displayable
        characters, while an SNA service TP has a name containing
        octets that do not map to displayable characters."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 6 }

appcCpicAdminTpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..64))

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    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the partner TP to be used when a CPI-C
         application initiates a conversation specifying this side
         information entry.
         Display convention
            When the TP name consists entirely of displayable EBCDIC
            code points, it is mapped directly to the equivalent ASCII
            display string.  However, registered TP names always have a
            non-displayable EBCDIC code point (value less than or equal
            to x'3F') as the first character, so they cannot be
            directly mapped to an ASCII display string.  These TP names
            are converted to a display string that is equivalent to a
            hexadecimal display of the EBCDIC code points.  For
            example, the 2-byte TP name x'06F1' (CNOS) is converted to
            the 6-byte ASCII display string '06F1' (including the two
            single quotes)."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 7 }

appcCpicAdminUserid OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..10))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The security userid, if any, associated with the side
        information definition."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 8 }

appcCpicAdminSecurity OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    same(2),
                    pgm(3),
                    pgmStrong(4),
                    distributed(5),
                    mutual(6)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the security information to be used for allocating
        the conversation.

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          none        - No security information.
          same        - Use the security environment currently
                        associated with this TP.
          pgm         - Use the program-supplied user_id and password.
          pgmStrong   - Use the program-supplied user_id and password.
                        The local LU will insure that the password is
                        not exposed in clear-text form on the physical
                        network.
          distributed - Use the security environment and a distributed
                        security system to generate the authentication
                        information for this request.  If distributed
                        security tokens cannot be generated, then fail
                        the conversation.
          mutual      - Authenticate both the user to the destination
                        system and the destination system to the user."
    ::= { appcCpicAdminEntry 9 }

* – APPC CPIC Oper Table – Objects in this table contain current operational values, such – as state values or negotiated parameters, for CPI-C side – information. – *

appcCpicOperTable OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF AppcCpicOperEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "APPC CPI-C side information operational table."
    ::= { appcCPIC 2 }

appcCpicOperEntry OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX AppcCpicOperEntry
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Entry of APPC CPI-C side information Table."
    INDEX { appcCpicOperLocLuName,
            appcCpicOperSymbDestName }
    ::= { appcCpicOperTable 1 }

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AppcCpicOperEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

        appcCpicOperLocLuName          DisplayString,
        appcCpicOperSymbDestName       DisplayString,
        appcCpicOperParLuAlias         DisplayString,
        appcCpicOperParLuName          DisplayString,
        appcCpicOperModeName           DisplayString,
        appcCpicOperTpNameType         INTEGER,
        appcCpicOperTpName             DisplayString,
        appcCpicOperUserid             DisplayString,
        appcCpicOperSecurity           INTEGER
                   }

appcCpicOperLocLuName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the local LU to which this CPI-C side
        information definition applies.  This field is from 1 to 17
        characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present.
        The reserved value '*ALL' indicates that the definition applies
        to all local LUs, and not just to a single local LU."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 1 }

appcCpicOperSymbDestName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the symbolic destination name used by CPI-C
        applications to identify this definition."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 2 }

appcCpicOperParLuAlias OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A local alias for the partner LU.  If not known or not
        applicable, this object contains a zero-length string."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 3 }

appcCpicOperParLuName OBJECT-TYPE

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    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..17))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The SNA name of the partner LU.  This field is from 1 to 17
        characters in length, including a period (.) which separates
        the NetId from the NAU name if the NetId is present."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 4 }

appcCpicOperModeName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..8))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the mode name.  A mode defines the characteristics
        for a group of sessions.  The mode name can be blank (8 space
        characters)."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 5 }

appcCpicOperTpNameType OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    normal(1),
                    snaServiceTp(2)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies whether the TP name in appcCpicOperTpName identifies
        a normal TP or an SNA service TP.  In this context, a normal TP
        is one with a name consisting only of displayable characters,
        while an SNA service TP has a name containing octets that do
        not map to displayable characters."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 6 }

appcCpicOperTpName OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (1..64))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the name of the partner TP to be used when a CPI-C
        application initiates a conversation specifying this side
        information entry.

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        Display convention
            When the TP name consists entirely of displayable EBCDIC
            code points, it is mapped directly to the equivalent ASCII
            display string.  However, registered TP names always have
            a non-displayable EBCDIC code point (value less than or
            equal to x'3F') as the first character, so they cannot be
            directly mapped to an ASCII display string.  These TP
            names are converted to a display string that is equivalent
            to a hexadecimal display of the EBCDIC code points.  For
            example, the 2-byte TP name x'06F1' (CNOS) is converted to
            the 6-byte ASCII display string '06F1' (including the two
            single quotes)."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 7 }

appcCpicOperUserid OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..10))
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The security userid, if any, associated with the active side
        information definition."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 8 }

appcCpicOperSecurity OBJECT-TYPE

    SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    none(1),
                    same(2),
                    pgm(3),
                    pgmStrong(4),
                    distributed(5),
                    mutual(6)
                   }
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Specifies the security information to be used for allocating
        the conversation.
          none        - No security information.
          same        - Use the security environment currently
                        associated with this TP.
          pgm         - Use the program-supplied user_id and password.
          pgmStrong   - Use the program-supplied user_id and password.
                        The local LU will insure that the password is
                        not exposed in clear-text form on the physical

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                        network.
          distributed - Use the security environment and a distributed
                        security system to generate the authentication
                        information for this request.  If distributed
                        security tokens cannot be generated, then fail
                        the conversation.
          mutual      - Authenticate both the user to the destination
                        system and the destination system to the user."
    ::= { appcCpicOperEntry 9 }

* – Conformance information – *

appcConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {appcMIB 2 }

appcCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {appcConformance 1 } appcGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {appcConformance 2 }

– Compliance statements appcCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE

    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The compliance statement for the SNMPv2 entities which
        implement the APPC MIB."
    MODULE  -- this module

– Unconditionally mandatory groups

    MANDATORY-GROUPS  {
                      appcGlobalConfGroup,
                      appcLluConfGroup,
                      appcParLuConfGroup,
                      appcModeConfGroup,
                      appcTpConfGroup,
                      appcSessionConfGroup
              }

– Conditionally mandatory groups

    GROUP  appcControlConfGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "The appcControlConfGroup is mandatory only for those
          entities which implement activation and deactivation of
          specific controls such as statistics collecting and
          counting."

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    GROUP  appcCnosConfGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "The appcCnosConfGroup is mandatory only for those entities
          which implement CNOS.  "
    GROUP  appcCpicConfGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "The appcCpicConfGroup is mandatory only for those entities
          which implement CPI-C.  "
    GROUP  appcConversationConfGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "The appcConversationConfGroup is mandatory only for those
          entities which implement session endpoints for non-control
          APPC sessions."

– MIN-ACCESS for objects

      OBJECT appcActSessOperState
      MIN-ACCESS read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "An implementation is not required to support session
          deactivation via this object."
    ::= {appcCompliances 1 }

– Units of conformance appcGlobalConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcUpTime,
              appcDefaultModeName,
              appcDefaultLuName,
              appcDefaultImplInbndPlu,
              appcDefaultMaxMcLlSndSize,
              appcDefaultFileSpec,
              appcDefaultTpOperation,
              appcDefaultTpConvSecRqd,
              appcLocalCpName,
              appcActiveSessions,
              appcActiveHprSessions
              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        global information and defaults."
    ::= { appcGroups 1 }

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appcLluConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcLluAdminDepType,
              appcLluAdminLocalAddress,
              appcLluAdminSessLimit,
              appcLluAdminBindRspMayQ,
              appcLluAdminCompression,
              appcLluAdminInBoundCompLevel,
              appcLluAdminOutBoundCompLevel,
              appcLluAdminCompRleBeforeLZ,
              appcLluAdminAlias,
              appcLluOperDepType,
              appcLluOperLocalAddress,
              appcLluOperSessLimit,
              appcLluOperBindRspMayQ,
              appcLluOperCompression,
              appcLluOperInBoundCompLevel,
              appcLluOperOutBoundCompLevel,
              appcLluOperCompRleBeforeLZ,
              appcLluOperAlias,
              appcLluOperActiveSessions
              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        local LU6.2s."
    ::= { appcGroups 2 }

appcParLuConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcLuPairAdminParLuAlias,
              appcLuPairAdminSessLimit,
              appcLuPairAdminSessSec,
              appcLuPairAdminSecAccept,
              appcLuPairAdminLinkObjId,
              appcLuPairAdminParaSessSup,
              appcLuPairOperParLuAlias,
              appcLuPairOperSessLimit,
              appcLuPairOperSessSec,
              appcLuPairOperSecAccept,
              appcLuPairOperLinkObjId,
              appcLuPairOperParaSessSup,
              appcLuPairOperParaSessSupLS,
              appcLuPairOperState
              }

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    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        partner LUs."
    ::= { appcGroups 3 }

appcModeConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
             appcModeAdminCosName,
             appcModeAdminSessEndTpName,
             appcModeAdminMaxSessLimit,
             appcModeAdminMinCwinLimit,
             appcModeAdminMinClosLimit,
             appcModeAdminConWinAutoActLmt,
             appcModeAdminRecvPacWinSz,
             appcModeAdminSendPacWinSz,
             appcModeAdminPrefRecvRuSz,
             appcModeAdminPrefSendRuSz,
             appcModeAdminRecvRuSzUpBnd,
             appcModeAdminSendRuSzUpBnd,
             appcModeAdminRecvRuSzLoBnd,
             appcModeAdminSendRuSzLoBnd,
             appcModeAdminSingSessReinit,
             appcModeAdminCompression,
             appcModeAdminInBoundCompLevel,
             appcModeAdminOutBoundCompLevel,
             appcModeAdminCompRleBeforeLZ,
             appcModeAdminSyncLvl,
             appcModeAdminCrypto,
             appcModeOperCosName,
             appcModeOperSessEndTpName,
             appcModeOperSessLimit,
             appcModeOperMaxSessLimit,
             appcModeOperMinCwinLimit,
             appcModeOperMinClosLimit,
             appcModeOperConWinAutoActLmt,
             appcModeOperRecvPacWinSz,
             appcModeOperSendPacWinSz,
             appcModeOperPrefRecvRuSz,
             appcModeOperPrefSendRuSz,
             appcModeOperRecvRuSzUpBnd,
             appcModeOperSendRuSzUpBnd,
             appcModeOperRecvRuSzLoBnd,
             appcModeOperSendRuSzLoBnd,
             appcModeOperSingSessReinit,

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             appcModeOperCompression,
             appcModeOperInBoundCompLevel,
             appcModeOperOutBoundCompLevel,
             appcModeOperCompRleBeforeLZ,
             appcModeOperSyncLvl,
             appcModeOperCrypto,
             appcModeOperSyncLvlLastStart,
             appcModeOperCryptoLastStart,
             appcModeOperCNOSNeg,
             appcModeOperActCwin,
             appcModeOperActClos,
             appcModeOperPndCwin,
             appcModeOperPndClos,
             appcModeOperPtmCwin,
             appcModeOperPtmClos,
             appcModeOperDrainSelf,
             appcModeOperDrainPart
              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        modes."
    ::= { appcGroups 4 }

appcTpConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcTpAdminFileSpec,
              appcTpAdminStartParm,
              appcTpAdminTpOperation,
              appcTpAdminInAttachTimeout,
              appcTpAdminRcvAllocTimeout,
              appcTpAdminSyncLvl,
              appcTpAdminInstLmt,
              appcTpAdminStatus,
              appcTpAdminLongRun,
              appcTpAdminConvType,
              appcTpAdminConvDuplex,
              appcTpAdminConvSecReq,
              appcTpAdminVerPip,
              appcTpAdminPipSubNum
              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        Transaction Programs."
    ::= { appcGroups 5 }

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appcSessionConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcActSessPcidCpName,
              appcActSessPcid,
              appcActSessPluIndicator,
              appcActSessModeName,
              appcActSessCosName,
              appcActSessTransPriority,
              appcActSessEnhanceSecSup,
              appcActSessSendPacingType,
              appcActSessSendRpc,
              appcActSessSendNxWndwSize,
              appcActSessRecvPacingType,
              appcActSessRecvRpc,
              appcActSessRecvNxWndwSize,
              appcActSessRscv,
              appcActSessInUse,
              appcActSessMaxSndRuSize,
              appcActSessMaxRcvRuSize,
              appcActSessSndPacingSize,
              appcActSessRcvPacingSize,
              appcActSessOperState,
              appcActSessUpTime,
              appcActSessRtpNceId,
              appcActSessRtpTcid,
              appcActSessLinkIndex,
              appcSessStatsSentFmdBytes,
              appcSessStatsSentNonFmdBytes,
              appcSessStatsRcvdFmdBytes,
              appcSessStatsRcvdNonFmdBytes,
              appcSessStatsSentFmdRus,
              appcSessStatsSentNonFmdRus,
              appcSessStatsRcvdFmdRus,
              appcSessStatsRcvdNonFmdRus,
              appcSessStatsCtrUpTime,
              appcHistSessTime,
              appcHistSessType,
              appcHistSessLocLuName,
              appcHistSessParLuName,
              appcHistSessModeName,
              appcHistSessUnbindType,
              appcHistSessSenseData,
              appcHistSessComponentId,
              appcHistSessDetectModule,
              appcSessRtpSessions

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              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        LU6.2 sessions."
    ::= { appcGroups 6 }

appcControlConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcCntrlAdminStat,
              appcCntrlAdminRscv,
              appcCntrlAdminTrace,
              appcCntrlAdminTraceParm,
              appcCntrlOperStat,
              appcCntrlOperStatTime,
              appcCntrlOperRscv,
              appcCntrlOperRscvTime,
              appcCntrlOperTrace,
              appcCntrlOperTraceTime,
              appcCntrlOperTraceParm
              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        control."
    ::= { appcGroups 7 }

appcCnosConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcCnosCommand,
              appcCnosMaxSessLimit,
              appcCnosMinCwinLimit,
              appcCnosMinClosLimit,
              appcCnosDrainSelf,
              appcCnosDrainPart,
              appcCnosResponsible,
              appcCnosForce,
              appcCnosTargetLocLuName,
              appcCnosTargetParLuName,
              appcCnosTargetModeName
              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        CNOS processing."

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    ::= { appcGroups 8 }

appcCpicConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcCpicAdminParLuAlias,
              appcCpicAdminParLuName,
              appcCpicAdminModeName,
              appcCpicAdminTpNameType,
              appcCpicAdminTpName,
              appcCpicAdminUserid,
              appcCpicAdminSecurity,
              appcCpicOperParLuAlias,
              appcCpicOperParLuName,
              appcCpicOperModeName,
              appcCpicOperTpNameType,
              appcCpicOperTpName,
              appcCpicOperUserid,
              appcCpicOperSecurity
              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        CPI-C side information."
    ::= { appcGroups 9 }

appcConversationConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP

    OBJECTS  {
              appcActiveConvId,
              appcActiveConvState,
              appcActiveConvType,
              appcActiveConvCorrelator,
              appcActiveConvSyncLvl,
              appcActiveConvSource,
              appcActiveConvDuplex,
              appcActiveConvUpTime,
              appcActiveConvSendBytes,
              appcActiveConvRcvBytes,
              appcActiveConvUserid,
              appcActiveConvPcidNauName,
              appcActiveConvPcid,
              appcActiveConvModeName,
              appcActiveConvLuwIdName,
              appcActiveConvLuwIdInstance,
              appcActiveConvLuwIdSequence,
              appcActiveConvTpName,
              appcHistConvEndTime,

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              appcHistConvLocLuName,
              appcHistConvParLuName,
              appcHistConvTpName,
              appcHistConvPcidNauName,
              appcHistConvPcid,
              appcHistConvSenseData,
              appcHistConvLogData,
              appcHistConvEndedBy
              }
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A collection of objects providing the instrumentation of APPC
        conversations."
    ::= { appcGroups 10 }

– end of conformance statement

END

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5. Acknowledgments

 This MIB module is the product of the SNA NAU MIB Working Group.
 Special thanks to Wayne Clark, Cisco Systems; Rich Daugherty, IBM
 Corporation; and Leo Temoshenko, IBM Corporation, for their
 contributions and review.

6. References

[1] IBM, Systems Network Architecture Technical Overview, GC30-3073-4,

   January, 1994.

[2] SNMPv2 Working Group, Case, J., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M., and S.

   Waldbusser, "Structure of Management Information for version 2 of
   the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMPv2)", RFC 1902, January
   1996.

[3] SNMPv2 Working Group, Case, J., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M., and S.

   Waldbusser, "Textual Conventions for Version 2 of the Simple
   Network Management Protocol (SNMPv2)", RFC 1903, January 1996.

[4] SNMPv2 Working Group, Case, J., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M., and S.

   Waldbusser, "Conformance Statements for Version 2 of the Simple
   Network Management Protocol (SNMPv2)", RFC 1904, January 1996.

[5] IBM, Systems Network Architecture Transaction Programmer's

   Reference for LU Type 6.2, GC30-3084-05, June, 1993.

[6] IBM, Common Programming Interface Communications Specification 2.0,

   SC31-6180-01, June, 1994.

[7] Kielczewski, Z., Kostick D., and K. Shih, "Definition of Managed

   Objects for SNA NAUs using SMIv2", RFC 1666, Eicon Technology
   Corporation, Bell Communications Research, Novell, August 1994.

7. Security Considerations

 Security issues are not discussed in this memo.

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8. Authors' Addresses

   Michael Allen
   Wall Data Inc.
   P.O.Box 1120, WA 98019, USA
   Phone: +1 206 844 3505
   EMail: mallen@hq.walldata.com
   Bob Clouston
   Cisco Systems
   7025 Kit Creek Road
   PO Box 14987
   Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA
   Phone: +1 919 472 2333
   EMail: clouston@cisco.com
   Zbigniew Kielczewski
   Cisco Systems
   7025 Kit Creek Road
   PO Box 14987
   Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA
   Phone: +1 919 472 2326
   EMail: zbig@cisco.com
   William Kwan
   Jupiter Technology Inc.
   200 Prospect St.
   Waltham, MA 02254
   Phone:    1 617 894-9300 x423
   EMail: billk@jti.com
   Bob Moore
   IBM Corporation
   800 Park Offices Drive
   E87/664
   P.O. Box 12195
   Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA
   Phone:    1 919 254 4436
   EMail: remoore@ralvm6.vnet.ibm.com

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