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rfc:rfc5324

Network Working Group C. DeSanti Request for Comments: 5324 F. Maino Category: Standards Track K. McCloghrie

                                                       Cisco Systems
                                                      September 2008
          MIB for Fibre-Channel Security Protocols (FC-SP)

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.

Abstract

 This memo defines a portion of the Management Information Base (MIB)
 for use with network management protocols in the Internet community.
 In particular, it describes managed objects for information related
 to FC-SP, the Security Protocols defined for Fibre Channel.

Table of Contents

 1. Introduction ....................................................3
 2. The Internet-Standard Management Framework ......................3
 3. Overview of Fibre Channel .......................................3
    3.1. Introduction ...............................................3
    3.2. Zoning .....................................................4
    3.3. Virtual Fabrics ............................................5
    3.4. Security ...................................................5
         3.4.1. Authentication ......................................5
         3.4.2. Security Associations ...............................6
         3.4.3. Fabric Security Policies ............................7
         3.4.4. Policy Model ........................................8
         3.4.5. Policy Objects ......................................9
                3.4.5.1. Policy Object Names .......................10
         3.4.6. Three Kinds of Switches ............................10
         3.4.7. Security Policy Management .........................11
         3.4.8. FC-SP Zoning .......................................11
 4. Document Overview ..............................................12
    4.1. Fibre Channel Management Instance .........................12
    4.2. Entity Name ...............................................12
    4.3. Fabric Index ..............................................13
    4.4. Interface Index ...........................................13
    4.5. Syntax for Policy Object Names ............................14

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    4.6. Certificates, CAs, and CRLs ...............................14
    4.7. Traffic Selectors .........................................15
    4.8. The MIB Modules ...........................................16
         4.8.1. The T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB Module ........................16
         4.8.2. The T11-FC-SP-AUTHENTICATION-MIB Module ............16
         4.8.3. The T11-FC-SP-ZONING-MIB Module ....................16
         4.8.4. The T11-FC-SP-POLICY-MIB Module ....................17
         4.8.5. The T11-FC-SP-SA-MIB Module ........................17
    4.9. Rate Control for Notifications ............................18
 5. Relationship to Other MIB Modules ..............................19
 6. MIB Module Definitions .........................................20
    6.1. The T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB Module ...............................20
    6.2. The T11-FC-SP-AUTHENTICATION-MIB Module ...................33
    6.3. The T11-FC-SP-ZONING-MIB Module ...........................52
    6.4. The T11-FC-SP-POLICY-MIB Module ...........................64
    6.5. The T11-FC-SP-SA-MIB Module ..............................152
 7. IANA Considerations ...........................................204
 8. Security Considerations .......................................204
    8.1. Information Not Defined in This Document .................204
    8.2. The T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB Module ..............................204
    8.3. The T11-FC-SP-AUTHENTICATION-MIB Module ..................205
    8.4. The T11-FC-SP-ZONING-MIB Module ..........................206
    8.5. The T11-FC-SP-POLICY-MIB Module ..........................207
    8.6. The T11-FC-SP-SA-MIB Module ..............................209
    8.7. Recommendations Common to All MIB Modules ................211
 9. Normative References ..........................................212
 10. Informative References .......................................213
 11. Acknowledgements .............................................215

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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 describes managed objects for information
 concerning the Fibre Channel Security Protocols (FC-SP), as specified
 in [FC-SP].  The FC-SP standard includes the definition of protocols
 to authenticate Fibre Channel entities, protocols to set up session
 keys, protocols to negotiate the parameters required to ensure frame-
 by-frame integrity and confidentiality, and protocols to establish
 and distribute policies across a Fibre Channel Fabric.
 This memo was initially developed by the INCITS T11 committee
 (http://www.t11.org), which subsequently approved it for forwarding
 to the IETF.
 This memo uses one of the following terms:
 The key words "MUST", "MUST NOT", "REQUIRED", "SHALL", "SHALL NOT",
 "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "RECOMMENDED", "MAY", and "OPTIONAL" in this
 document are to be interpreted as described in BCP 14, RFC 2119
 [RFC2119].

2. The Internet-Standard Management Framework

 For a detailed overview of the documents that describe the current
 Internet-Standard Management Framework, please refer to section 7 of
 RFC 3410 [RFC3410].
 Managed objects are accessed via a virtual information store, termed
 the Management Information Base, or MIB.  MIB objects are generally
 accessed through the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
 Objects in the MIB are defined using the mechanisms defined in the
 Structure of Management Information (SMI).  This memo specifies a MIB
 module that is compliant to the SMIv2, which is described in STD 58,
 RFC 2578 [RFC2578], STD 58, RFC 2579 [RFC2579], and STD 58, RFC 2580
 [RFC2580].

3. Overview of Fibre Channel

3.1. Introduction

 Fibre Channel (FC) is logically a bidirectional point-to-point serial
 data channel, structured for high performance.  Fibre Channel
 provides a general transport vehicle for higher-level protocols such
 as Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) command sets, the High-
 Performance Parallel Interface (HIPPI) data framing, IP (Internet
 Protocol), IEEE 802.2, and others.

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 Physically, Fibre Channel is an interconnection of multiple
 communication points, called N_Ports, interconnected either by a
 switching network, called a Fabric, or by a point-to-point link.  A
 Fibre Channel "Node" consists of one or more N_Ports.  A Fabric may
 consist of multiple Interconnect Elements, some of which are
 Switches.  An N_Port connects to the Fabric via a port on a Switch
 called an F_Port.  When multiple FC Nodes are connected to a single
 port on a Switch via an "Arbitrated Loop" topology, the Switch port
 is called an FL_Port, and the Nodes' ports are called NL_Ports.  The
 term Nx_Port is used to refer to either an N_Port or an NL_Port.  The
 term Fx_Port is used to refer to either an F_Port or an FL_Port.  A
 Switch port, which is interconnected to another Switch port via an
 Inter-Switch Link (ISL), is called an E_Port.  A B_Port connects a
 bridge device with an E_Port on a Switch; a B_Port provides a subset
 of E_Port functionality.
 Many Fibre Channel components, including the Fabric, each Node, and
 most ports, have globally unique names.  These globally unique names
 are typically formatted as World Wide Names (WWNs).  More information
 on WWNs can be found in [FC-FS-2].  WWNs are expected to be
 persistent across agent and unit resets.
 Fibre Channel frames contain 24-bit address identifiers that identify
 the frame's source and destination ports.  Each FC port has both an
 address identifier and a WWN.  When a Fabric is in use, the FC
 address identifiers are dynamic and are assigned by a Switch.  Each
 octet of a 24-bit address represents a level in an address hierarchy,
 with a Domain_ID being the highest level of the hierarchy.

3.2. Zoning

 Zones within a Fabric provide a mechanism to control frame delivery
 between Nx_Ports ("Hard Zoning") or to expose selected views of Name
 Server information ("Soft Zoning").
 Communication is only possible when the communicating endpoints are
 members of a common zone.  This technique is similar to virtual
 private networks in that the Fabric has the ability to group devices
 into Zones.
 Hard zoning and soft zoning are two different means of realizing
 this.  Hard zoning is enforced in the Fabric (i.e., Switches),
 whereas soft zoning is enforced at the endpoints (e.g., Host Bus
 Adapters) by relying on the endpoints to not send traffic to an
 N_Port_ID not obtained from the Name Server with a few exceptions for
 well known Addresses (e.g., the Name Server).

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 Administrators create Zones to increase network security, and prevent
 data loss or corruption, by controlling access between devices or
 user groups.

3.3. Virtual Fabrics

 The standard for an interconnecting Fabric containing multiple Fabric
 Switch elements is [FC-SW-4].  [FC-SW-4] carries forward the earlier
 specification for the operation of a single Fabric in a physical
 infrastructure, and augments it with the definition of Virtual
 Fabrics and with the specification of how multiple Virtual Fabrics
 can operate within one or more physical infrastructures.  The use of
 Virtual Fabrics provides for each frame to be tagged in its header to
 indicate which one of several Virtual Fabrics that frame is being
 transmitted on.  All frames entering a particular "Core Switch"
 [FC-SW-4] (i.e., a physical Switch) on the same Virtual Fabric are
 processed by the same "Virtual Switch" within that Core Switch.

3.4. Security

 The Fibre Channel Security Protocols (FC-SP) standard [FC-SP]
 describes the protocols used to implement security in a Fibre Channel
 Fabric, including the definition of:
  1. protocols to authenticate Fibre Channel entities,
  1. protocols to set up session keys,
  1. protocols to negotiate the parameters required to ensure frame-

by-frame integrity and confidentiality, and

  1. protocols to establish and distribute (security) policies across

a Fibre Channel Fabric.

3.4.1. Authentication

 Two entities may negotiate whether authentication is required and
 which Authentication Protocol is to be used.  Authentication can be
 used in Switch-to-Switch, Node-to-Switch, and Node-to-Node
 communication.  The defined Authentication Protocols are able to
 perform mutual authentication with optional shared key establishment.
 The shared key computed at the end of an Authentication Transaction
 may be used to establish Security Associations.

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 The Fabric security architecture is defined for several
 authentication infrastructures.  Secret-based, certificate-based, and
 password-based authentication infrastructures are accommodated.
 Specific authentication protocols that directly leverage these three
 authentication infrastructures are defined.
 With a secret-based infrastructure, entities within the Fabric
 environment that establish a security relationship share a common
 secret or centralize the secret administration in an external (e.g.,
 RADIUS [RFC2865], Diameter [RFC3588], or Terminal Access Controller
 Access Control System (TACACS) [RFC1492]) server.  Entities may
 mutually authenticate with other entities by using the Diffie-Hellman
 Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (DH-CHAP) [FC-SP].
 Security Associations may be set up using the session key computed at
 the end of the DH-CHAP transaction.
 With a certificate-based infrastructure, entities within the Fabric
 environment are certified by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA).
 The resulting certificates bind each entity to a public-private key
 pair that may be used to mutually authenticate with other certified
 entities via the Fibre Channel Certificate Authentication Protocol
 (FCAP) [FC-SP].  Security Associations may be set up by using these
 entity certificates and associated keys or by using the session key
 computed at the end of the FCAP transaction.
 With a password-based infrastructure, entities within the Fabric
 environment that establish a security relationship have knowledge of
 the password-based credential material of other entities.  Entities
 may use this credential material to mutually authenticate with other
 entities using the Fibre Channel Password Authentication Protocol
 (FCPAP) [FC-SP].  Security Associations may be set up using the
 session key computed at the end of the FCPAP transaction.
 In addition to DH-CHAP, FCAP, and FCPAP, one other Authentication
 Protocol is defined: Internet Key Exchange Protocol version 2-AUTH
 (IKEv2-AUTH), which refers to the use of an SA Management Transaction
 of the Security Association Management Protocol (see below) to
 perform two functions: not only SA management but also
 authentication.  The credentials used in an IKEv2-AUTH transaction
 are either strong shared secrets or certificates.

3.4.2. Security Associations

 A subset of the IKEv2 protocol [RFC4306] suitable for Fibre Channel
 is defined as the (Fibre Channel) Security Association Management
 protocol [RFC4595].  This protocol -- which is *not* IPsec --
 provides the means to establish Security Associations (SAs) between
 Fibre Channel entities.  Traffic Selectors are defined to specify

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 which type of traffic has to be protected by which SA, and what the
 characteristics of the protection are.  Two mechanisms are available
 to protect specific classes of traffic:
  1. ESP_Header is used to protect FC-2 frames (see [FC-FS-2] and the

conceptually similar mechanisms in [RFC4303]), and

  1. CT_Authentication is used to protect CT_IUs (Common Transport

Information Units) [FC-GS-5].

 An entity protecting specific classes of traffic maintains an
 internal Security Association Database (SADB) that contains the
 currently active Security Associations and Traffic Selectors.
 Each active SA has a Security Association entry in the SADB.  Each SA
 entry includes the SA's SPI (the Security Parameters Index, which is
 included in frames transmitted on the SA), a Sequence Number counter,
 and the parameters for the selected transforms (e.g., encryption
 algorithm, integrity algorithm, mode of operation of the algorithms,
 keys).
 Each active Traffic Selector has an entry in the SADB that indicates
 whether it is used for ingress traffic or for egress traffic.  These
 Traffic Selector entries are ordered such that they are searched
 (when checking for a match) in the given order.  Two types of Traffic
 Selector entries may be present:
  1. Traffic Selector entries identifying FC-2 frames or CT_IUs to be

bypassed or discarded; and

  1. Traffic Selector entries identifying FC-2 frames or CT_IUs to be

protected or verified. These entries point to the corresponding

      SA entry defining the parameters and the security processing to
      be performed.
 SAs are unidirectional, but they always exist as an SA pair of the
 same type, one in each direction.

3.4.3. Fabric Security Policies

 Two separate approaches to defining Policies are adopted in FC-SP,
 but both approaches follow the same general concept for their Policy
 model.  One is the definition of a Policy Model for Fabric Policies
 that focus on Security.  These Security Policies specify the
 membership and connectivity allowed within a Fabric, and also which
 IP hosts are allowed to manage a Fabric.

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 The other approach is to define a variant of the Enhanced Zoning
 model defined in [FC-SW-4] and [FC-GS-5], such that the variant
 specifies extensions for use in a secure environment.  This variant
 of Zoning, denoted as "FC-SP Zoning", follows the same general
 concepts of the Policy model for Security Policies, but keeps Zoning
 management and enforcement completely independent from the management
 and enforcement of other policies.

3.4.4. Policy Model

 Figure 25 of [FC-SP] depicts FC-SP's policy management model like
 this:
  • * * Policy * *
  • M * Add, * Configuration * * Policy *
  • A * Get, * Entity * * Enforcement *
  • N * Remove * * * Entity *
  • A * Policy * +—————-+ * * *
  • G * Objects * | Non-Active | * * +————-+ *
  • I *←——→* | Policy Objects |==*====*⇒| Active | *
  • N * * +—————-+ * * | Policy | *
  • G * * | Objects | *
  • * * +————-+ *
  • * Activate Policy Summary * *
  • E *====================================⇒* +————-+ *
  • N * Deactivate Policy Summary * | Policy | *
  • T *====================================⇒* | Summary | *
  • I * * | Object | *
  • T * Get Policy Summary * +————-+ *
  • Y *←————————————* *
  • * Get Policy Objects * *
  • *←————————————* *
  • *
 Note that the arrows in the picture above are used to indicate the
 movement of "data", rather than the direction of "messages", e.g.,
 for a "Get" (with no data) in one direction which invokes a
 "Response" (typically with data) in the reverse direction, the
 diagram has arrows only for the "with data" direction.

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3.4.5. Policy Objects

 The Policies to be enforced by a Fabric are specified in a set of
 Policy Objects.  The various types of Policy Objects are:
  1. The Policy Summary Object is a list of pointers to other Policy

Objects, one pointer per each other active Policy Object. Each

      pointer in a Policy Summary Object is paired with a
      cryptographic hash of the referenced Policy Object.
  1. The Switch Membership List Object is a Fabric-wide Policy Object

that defines which Switches are allowed to be part of a Fabric.

  1. The Node Membership List Object is a Fabric-wide Policy Object

that defines which Nodes are allowed to be connected to a

      Fabric.
  1. The IP Management List Object is a Fabric-wide Policy Object

that describes which IP hosts are allowed to manage a Fabric.

  1. A Switch Connectivity Object is a per-Switch Policy Object that

describes the topology restrictions for a specific Switch; it

      specifies the other Switches or Nodes to which the particular
      Switch may be connected at the Node level and/or at the Port
      level.
  1. Attribute Objects are Fabric-wide Policy Objects that define

optional attributes to be associated with Switches or Nodes.

      They allow the extension of this policy model by defining new
      attributes as required.
 Note that the administratively specified name for a Fabric is
 contained in the Switch Membership List Object (not in the Policy
 Summary Object).
 When FC-SP is in use, each Fabric has a set of active Policy Objects:
  1. one Policy Summary Object,
  1. one Switch Membership List Object,
  1. one Node Membership List Object,
  1. one IP Management List Object,
  1. zero or more Switch Connectivity Objects, and
  1. zero or more Attribute Objects.

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 The active Policy Objects specify the Policies currently being
 enforced.  In addition, policies not currently being enforced are
 contained in non-active Policy Objects.  To change the active Policy
 Objects, the non-active Policy Objects are edited as necessary and a
 new Policy Summary Object that includes/references the changed Policy
 Objects is activated.

3.4.5.1. Policy Object Names

 Every Policy Object has a name.  In a Fabric's database of Policy
 Objects, a Policy Object Name is specified as a type/length/value
 (see section 7.2 of [FC-SP]).  The possible types are:
  1. Node_Name
  1. Restricted Node_Name
  1. Port_Name
  1. Restricted Port_Name
  1. Wildcard
  1. Negated Wildcard
  1. Alphanumeric Name
  1. IPv6 Address Range
  1. IPv4 Address Range

3.4.6. Three Kinds of Switches

 For a Fabric composed of n Switches and m Nodes, the potential
 complexity of Switch Connectivity Objects is O(n**2) to describe
 Switch to Switch connections, and O(n*m) for Switch to Node
 connections.  To provide better scaling, the Switch Connectivity
 Objects are not Fabric-wide information, but are distributed only to
 where they are needed.  To support this, the policy model supports
 three kinds of Switches in a Fabric:
  1. Server Switches, which maintain the Fabric-wide Policy Objects,

all the Switch Connectivity Objects, and a full copy of the FC-

      SP Zoning Database;
  1. Autonomous Switches, which maintain the Fabric-wide Policy

Objects, their own Switch Connectivity Object, and a full copy

      of the FC-SP Zoning Database; and

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  1. Client Switches, which maintain the Fabric-wide Policy Objects,

their own Switch Connectivity Object, and a subset of the FC-SP

      Active Zone Set (which is the configurations of zones currently
      being enforced by a Fabric, see section 10.4.3.3 of [FC-SW-4]).

3.4.7. Security Policy Management

 Security Policy can be changed in a server session [FC-GS-5] with a
 Security Policy Server.  All write access to a Security Policy Server
 occurs within a server session.  While read access to a Security
 Policy Server may occur at any time, the consistency of the returned
 data is guaranteed only inside a server session.
 The Enhanced Commit Service [FC-SW-4] is used to perform Fabric
 operations as and when necessary (see table 144 of [FC-SP]).  Many of
 these operations are named as if they were acronyms, e.g., SSB for
 Server Session Begin; SSE for Server Session End; SW_ILS for Switch
 Fabric Internal Link Services; EACA for Enhanced Acquire Change
 Authorization; ERCA for Enhanced Release Change Authorization; SFC
 for Stage Fabric Configuration.
 Each server session begins and ends, with a SSB request and a SSE
 request respectively, sent to a Security Policy Server.  In the
 Fabric, the SSB requests a lock of the Fabric via an EACA SW_ILS,
 while the SSE requests a release of the lock via the ERCA SW_ILS
 [FC-SW-4].  Active and non-active Policy Objects are persistent in
 that they survive after the end of a server session.

3.4.8. FC-SP Zoning

 To preserve backward compatibility with existing Zoning definitions
 and implementations, FC-SP Zoning is defined as a variant of the
 Enhanced Zoning model defined in [FC-SW-4] and [FC-GS-5] that follows
 the general concepts of the Policy model for Security Policy
 Management, but keeps Zoning management and enforcement completely
 independent.
 FC-SP Zoning allows for some Switches to retain less than a complete
 replicated copy of the Zoning Database, as follows:
  1. Server Switches maintain the policies data structures for all

Switches in the Fabric plus a replica of the Zoning data

      structures;
  1. Autonomous Switches maintain only the subset of policies data

structures relevant for their operations plus a replica of the

      Zoning Database; and

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  1. Client Switches maintain only the subset of policies data

structures and the subset of the Active Zone Set relevant for

      their operations.
 When Client Switches are deployed in a Fabric, at least one Server
 Switch must also be deployed in the same Fabric.  A client-server
 protocol allows Client Switches to dynamically retrieve the Zoning
 information they may require from the Server Switches.
 A management application manages the Fabric Zoning configuration
 through the Fabric Zone Server, while other policies are managed
 through the Security Policy Server.  A new Zoning Check Protocol
 replaces the Zone Merge Protocol [FC-SW-4], and new command codes are
 defined for the SFC SW_ILS to distribute the FC-SP Zoning
 configuration on a Fabric.  The Zoning definitions are ordered to
 allow for the computation of a hash of the Active Zone Set and a hash
 of the Zone Set Database, plus other optional security data (e.g.,
 for integrity protection of Zoning information).

4. Document Overview

 This document defines five MIB modules that together provide the
 means for monitoring the operation of, and configuring some
 parameters of, one or more instances of the FC-SP protocols.

4.1. Fibre Channel Management Instance

 A Fibre Channel management instance is defined in [RFC4044] as a
 separable managed instance of Fibre Channel functionality.  Fibre
 Channel functionality may be grouped into Fibre Channel management
 instances in whatever way is most convenient for the
 implementation(s).  For example, one such grouping accommodates a
 single SNMP agent having multiple AgentX [RFC2741] sub-agents, with
 each sub-agent implementing a different Fibre Channel management
 instance.
 The object, fcmInstanceIndex, is IMPORTed from the FC-MGMT-MIB
 [RFC4044] as the index value to uniquely identify each Fibre Channel
 management instance, for example, within the same SNMP context
 ([RFC3411] section 3.3.1).

4.2. Entity Name

 A central capability of FC-SP is the use of an Authentication
 Protocol.  The purpose of each of the possible Authentication
 Protocols is to allow a Fibre Channel entity to be assured of the
 identity of each entity with which it is communicating.  Examples of
 such entities are Fibre Channel Switches and Fibre Channel Nx_Ports.

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 Each entity is identified by a name.  The FC-MGMT-MIB [RFC4044]
 defines MIB objects for such names:
  1. for entities that are Fibre Channel Switches, the definition of

a Fibre Channel management instance allows multiple Switches to

      be managed by the same Fibre Channel management instance.  In
      this case, each entity is a Switch and has the name given by the
      MIB object, fcmSwitchWWN.
  1. for entities other than Fibre Channel Switches, a Fibre Channel

management instance can manage only one entity, and the name of

      the entity is given by the MIB object, fcmInstanceWwn.

4.3. Fabric Index

 With multiple Fabrics, each Fabric has its own instances of the
 Fabric-related management instrumentation.  Thus, these MIB modules
 define all Fabric-related information in tables that are INDEX-ed by
 an arbitrary integer, named a "Fabric Index".  The syntax of a Fabric
 Index is T11FabricIndex, imported from T11-TC-MIB [RFC4439].  When a
 device is connected to a single physical Fabric, without use of any
 virtual Fabrics, the value of this Fabric Index will always be 1.  In
 an environment of multiple virtual and/or physical Fabrics, this
 index provides a means to distinguish one Fabric from another.

4.4. Interface Index

 Several of the MIB modules defined in this document use the
 InterfaceIndexOrZero syntax in order to allow information to be
 specified/instantiated on a per-port/interface basis, e.g., for:
 statistics, Traffic Selectors, Security Associations, etc.  This
 allows the same object to be used either when there is a separate row
 for each of multiple ports/interfaces, or when multiple interfaces
 are represented by a single row.  The use of a zero value supports
 the simpler cases of: a) when there is only one port/interface, b)
 where the implementation chooses to aggregate the information for
 multiple ports/interfaces.  The minimum (for compliance) requirement
 is to implement any one of the above cases.
 When a Fabric Index and an object with the InterfaceIndexOrZero
 syntax are used together in a single INDEX clause, the
 InterfaceIndexOrZero object is listed before the Fabric Index in
 order to simplify management queries that retrieve information
 concerning multiple Fabrics connected to the same port/interface.

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4.5. Syntax for Policy Object Names

 T11FcSpPolicyNameType and T11FcSpPolicyName are two Textual
 Conventions defined in this document (in the T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB module)
 to represent the types and values of Policy Object Names (see section
 3.4.5.1 above).  However, two of the nine possible types are IPv4
 Address Range and IPv6 Address Range.  It is standard practice in MIB
 modules to represent all IP addresses using the standard Textual
 Conventions defined in [RFC4001] for IP addresses: specifically,
 InetAddressType and InetAddress.  This document adheres to such
 standard practice to the following extent:
  1. for MIB objects representing a Policy Object Name that can
    • only* be an IPv4 Address Range or an IPv6 Address Range, then

those MIB objects are defined as a 3-tuple: (InetAddressType,

      InetAddress, InetAddress), in which the first address is the low
      end of the range, the second address is the high end of the
      range, and both addresses are of the type given by
      InetAddressType.
  1. for MIB objects representing a Policy Object Name that is

(possibly) of a different type, i.e., it is not (necessarily) an

      IPv4 or IPv6 Address Range, then those MIB objects are defined
      as a 2-tuple: (T11FcSpPolicyNameType, T11FcSpPolicyName), in
      which the first object represents the type of Policy Object Name
      and the second object represents the value of the Policy Object
      Name.  For MIB objects defined in this manner, if and when they
      represent a range of IP addresses: a) the value of
      T11FcSpPolicyNameType differentiates between an IPv4 Address
      Range and an IPv6 Address Range; and b) the value of
      T11FcSpPolicyName is one string containing the concatenation of
      the two addresses that are the low and high addresses of the
      range.  This is the same format as used within FC-SP Policy
      Objects [FC-SP].

4.6. Certificates, CAs, and CRLs

 In order to authenticate with the FCAP protocol, each entity,
 identified by a unique Name, is provided with: a digital certificate
 associated with that Name, the private/public key pair that
 corresponds to the certificate, and with the Root Certificate (the
 certificate of the signing Certification Authority).  To authenticate
 another entity, an entity is required to be provided with the
 certificate of the associated Certification Authority.
 FCAP requires entities to support at least four Root Certificates
 against which received corresponding certificates can be validated.
 Support for certificate chains and verification of certificate chains

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 containing more than one certificate is optional.  Entities need to
 be able to access a Certificate Revocation List (CRL) for each
 configured Root Certificate, if one is available from the CA.
 Certificates on the CRL are considered invalid.
 The management of certificates, Certification Authorities, and
 Certificate Revocation Lists is the same in Fibre Channel networks as
 it is in other networks.  Therefore, this document does not define
 any MIB objects for such management.

4.7. Traffic Selectors

 When Traffic Selectors are compared against an ingress or egress
 frame in order to determine the security processing to be applied to
 that frame, there are circumstances in which multiple Traffic
 Selectors, specifying different actions, can match with the frame.
 Specifically, when matching against an egress frame to decide which
 active Security Association to transmit on, or, against an ingress
 frame unprotected by FC-SP, i.e., without an SPI value in it, to
 decide which action ('drop' or 'bypass') to apply.  For these cases,
 the MIB includes a unique precedence value for each Traffic Selector
 such that the one with the numerically lowest precedence value is
 determined to be the one that matches.  In contrast, ingress frames
 on active Security Associations (i.e., protected by FC-SP) are
 compared against the set of traffic selectors negotiated when the
 Security Association was set up and identified by the SPI value
 contained in the frame; the action taken depends on whether any
 Traffic Selector matches, but not on which one.
 This difference between ingress and egress Traffic Selectors on
 active Security Associations is reflected in having separate MIB
 tables defined for them: the table for Traffic Selectors on egress
 SAs, t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable, has a precedence value in its INDEX
 clause; whereas the table for Traffic Selectors on ingress SAs,
 t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable, has an arbitrary integer value in its INDEX
 clause.  For 'drop' and 'bypass' Traffic Selectors, one table,
 t11FcSpSaTSelDrByTable, having a precedence value in its INDEX
 clause, is sufficient for both ingress and egress traffic.

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4.8. The MIB Modules

4.8.1. The T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB Module

 This MIB module defines Textual Conventions that are being, or have
 the potential to be, used in more than one MIB module.  The module
 also defines Object Identifiers to identify the Cryptographic
 Algorithms listed in [FC-SP] so that they can be used as the value of
 various MIB objects that specify the algorithms being/to be used by
 an FC-SP implementation.

4.8.2. The T11-FC-SP-AUTHENTICATION-MIB Module

 This MIB module specifies the management information required to
 manage FC-SP Authentication Protocols.  It defines three tables:
  1. t11FcSpAuEntityTable – a table of Fibre Channel entities that

can be authenticated using FC-SP's Authentication Protocols,

      including the names, capabilities, and basic configuration
      parameters of the entities.
  1. t11FcSpAuIfStatTable – this table has two purposes: to be a

list of the mappings of a FC-SP Authentication entity onto an

      interface and to contain Authentication Protocol per-interface
      statistics.
  1. t11FcSpAuRejectTable – a table of FC-SP Authentication Protocol

transactions that were recently rejected.

 It also defines two notifications: one for sending a reject in
 response to an AUTH message and another for receiving a reject in
 response to an AUTH message.

4.8.3. The T11-FC-SP-ZONING-MIB Module

 This MIB module specifies the extensions to the T11-FC-ZONE-SERVER-
 MIB module [RFC4936] for the management of FC-SP Zoning Servers.
 Specifically, it augments three tables defined in T11-FC-ZONE-SERVER-
 MIB:
  1. t11FcSpZsServerTable – to this table, it adds FC-SP Zoning

information defined for Zone Servers.

  1. t11ZsStatsTable – to this table, it adds FC-SP Zoning

statistics for Zone Servers.

  1. t11ZsNotifyControlTable – to this table, it adds control

information for FC-SP Zoning notifications.

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 It also defines two FC-SP Zoning notifications: one for success and
 one for failure in the joining of two Fabrics.

4.8.4. The T11-FC-SP-POLICY-MIB Module

 This MIB module specifies management information that is used to
 manage FC-SP policies.  The MIB module has five parts:
  1. Active Policy Objects - read-only MIB objects representing the

set of active Policy Objects for each Fabric;

  1. Activate/Deactivate Operations - read-write MIB objects for

invoking operations, either 1) to activate policies that are

      specified as a set of non-active Policy Objects, or 2) to
      deactivate the currently active policies; also included are
      objects giving the status of invoked operations;
  1. Non-Active Policy Objects - read-create MIB objects to create

and modify non-active Policy Objects;

  1. Statistics for FC-SP Security Policy Servers;
  1. The definition and control of notifications for the success or

failure of the activation or deactivation of FC-SP policies.

4.8.5. The T11-FC-SP-SA-MIB Module

 This MIB module specifies the management information required to
 manage Security Associations established via FC-SP.  All of the
 tables in this MIB module are INDEX-ed by t11FcSpSaIfIndex, with
 syntax InterfaceIndexOrZero, which is either non-zero for a specific
 interface or zero for all (of the management instance's) interfaces
 to the particular Fabric.
 The MIB module consists of six parts:
  1. a per-Fabric table, t11FcSpSaIfTable, of capabilities,

parameters, status information, and counters; the counters

      include non-transient aggregates of per-SA transient counters;
  1. three tables, t11FcSpSaPropTable, t11FcSpSaTSelPropTable, and

t11FcSpSaTransTable, specifying the proposals for an FC-SP

      entity acting as an SA_Initiator to present to the SA_Responder
      during the negotiation of Security Associations.  The same
      information is also used by an FC-SP entity acting as an
      SA_Responder to decide what to accept during the negotiation of

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      Security Associations.  One of these tables,
      t11FcSpSaTransTable, is used not only for information about
      security transforms to propose and to accept, but also as agreed
      upon during the negotiation of Security Associations;
  1. a table, t11FcSpSaTSelDrByTable, of Traffic Selectors having the

security action of 'drop' or 'bypass' to be applied either to

      ingress traffic, which is unprotected by FC-SP, or to all egress
      traffic;
  1. four tables, t11FcSpSaPairTable, t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable,

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable, and t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTable, containing

      information about active bidirectional pairs of Security
      Associations; in particular, t11FcSpSaPairTable has one row per
      active bidirectional SA pair, t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable and
      t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable contain information on the Traffic
      Selectors negotiated on the SAs, and the t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTable
      is an alternate lookup table such that the Traffic Selector(s)
      in use on a particular Security Association can be quickly
      determined based on its (ingress) SPI value;
  1. a table, t11FcSpSaControlTable, of control and other information

concerning the generation of notifications for events related to

      FC-SP Security Associations;
  1. one notification, t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure, generated on the

occurrence of an Authentication failure for a received FC-2 or

      CT_IU frame.

4.9. Rate Control for Notifications

 All but one of the notifications defined in the five MIB modules in
 this document are notifications that are generated based on events
 occurring in the "control plane", e.g., notifications that are
 generated at the frequency of operator-initiated activities.  The one
 exception is t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure, which is generated based on
 an event occurring in the "data plane", and could (in a worst case
 scenario) occur for every received ingress frame.  Therefore, a
 method of rate controlling the generation of notifications is needed
 for t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure, but not for any of the other
 notifications.
 For t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure, rate control is achieved by
 specifying that a) after the first occurrence of an Authentication
 failure on any particular Security Association, the SNMP
 notifications for second and subsequent failures are suppressed for
 the duration of a time window and b) that even the notification for
 the first occurrence is suppressed after it is sent in the same time

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 window for a configured (in t11FcSpSaControlMaxNotifs) number of
 Security Associations within a Fabric.  Note that while these
 suppressions prevent the network from being flooded with
 notifications, the Authentication Failures themselves must still be
 detected and counted.
 The length of the time window is given by t11FcSpSaControlWindow, a
 read-write object in the t11FcSpSaControlTable.  If and when the time
 since the last generation of the notification is less than the value
 of sysUpTime (e.g., if one or more notifications have occurred since
 the last re-initialization of the management system), then
 t11FcSpSaControlElapsed and t11FcSpSaControlSuppressed contain the
 elapsed time since the last notification and the number of
 notifications suppressed in the window after sending the last one,
 respectively.  Otherwise, t11FcSpSaControlElapsed contains the value
 of sysUpTime and t11FcSpSaControlSuppressed has the value zero.

5. Relationship to Other MIB Modules

 The first standardized MIB module for Fibre Channel [RFC2837] was
 focused on Fibre Channel Switches.  It was obsoleted by the more
 generic Fibre Channel Management MIB [RFC4044], which defines basic
 information for Fibre Channel Nodes and Switches, including
 extensions to the standard IF-MIB [RFC2863] for Fibre Channel
 interfaces.  Several other MIB modules have since been defined to
 extend [RFC4044] for various specific Fibre Channel functionality,
 (e.g., [RFC4438], [RFC4439], [RFC4625], [RFC4626], [RFC4747],
 [RFC4936], [RFC4935], and [RFC4983]).
 The MIB modules defined in this memo further extend [RFC4044] to
 cover the operation of Fibre Channel Security Protocols, as specified
 in [FC-SP].
 One part of the FC-SP specification is "FC-SP Zoning", which is an
 extension/variant of the Fibre Channel Zoning defined in [FC-GS-5].
 Management information for the latter is defined in the T11-FC-ZONE-
 SERVER-MIB module [RFC4936].  Consequently, the T11-FC-SP-ZONING-MIB
 module defined in this document defines the extensions to the T11-FC-
 ZONE-SERVER-MIB module that are needed to manage FC-SP Zoning.
 The MIB modules in this memo import some common Textual Conventions
 from T11-TC-MIB, defined in [RFC4439], and from INET-ADDRESS-MIB,
 defined in [RFC4001].
 If the RADIUS protocol is used for access to an external server,
 information about RADIUS Servers is likely to be available from the
 RADIUS-AUTH-CLIENT-MIB [RFC4668].

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6. MIB Module Definitions

6.1. The T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB Module

T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS

  MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-IDENTITY, mib-2,
  Unsigned32          FROM SNMPv2-SMI                  -- [RFC2578]
  TEXTUAL-CONVENTION  FROM SNMPv2-TC;                  -- [RFC2579]

t11FcTcMIB MODULE-IDENTITY

  LAST-UPDATED  "200808200000Z"
  ORGANIZATION  "This MIB module was developed through the
                coordinated effort of two organizations:
                T11 began the development and the IETF (in
                the IMSS Working Group) finished it."
  CONTACT-INFO
          "     Claudio DeSanti
                Cisco Systems, Inc.
                170 West Tasman Drive
                San Jose, CA 95134 USA
                EMail: cds@cisco.com
                Keith McCloghrie
                Cisco Systems, Inc.
                170 West Tasman Drive
                San Jose, CA 95134 USA
                Email: kzm@cisco.com"
  DESCRIPTION
         "This MIB module defines Textual Conventions for use in
         the multiple MIB modules, which together define the
         instrumentation for an implementation of the Fibre Channel
         Security Protocols (FC-SP) specification.
         This MIB module also defines Object Identities (for use as
         possible values of MIB objects with syntax AutonomousType),
         including OIDs for the Cryptographic Algorithms defined
         in FC-SP.
         Copyright (C) The IETF Trust (2008).  This version
         of this MIB module is part of RFC 5324;  see the RFC
         itself for full legal notices."
  REVISION  "200808200000Z"
  DESCRIPTION
         "Initial version of this MIB module, published as RFC 5324."
  ::= { mib-2 175 }

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t11FcSpIdentities OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcTcMIB 1 } t11FcSpAlgorithms OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpIdentities 1 }

– – Textual Conventions –

T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Identifies a cryptographic hash function used to create
         a hash value that summarizes an FC-SP Policy Object.
         Each definition of an object with this TC as its syntax
         must be accompanied by a corresponding definition of an
         object with T11FcSpPolicyHashValue as its syntax, and
         containing the hash value.
         The first two cryptographic hash functions are:
              Hash Type    Hash Tag     Hash Length (Bytes)
                SHA-1     '00000001'h        20
               SHA-256    '00000002'h        32
         "
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.3.1 and table 106.
          - FIPS PUB 180-2."
  SYNTAX        OCTET STRING (SIZE (4))

T11FcSpPolicyHashValue ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Represents the value of the cryptographic hash function
         of an FC-SP Policy Object.
         Each definition of an object with this TC as its syntax
         must be accompanied by a corresponding definition of an
         object with T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat as its syntax.
         The corresponding object identifies the cryptographic
         hash function used to create the hash value."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.3.1 and table 106."
  SYNTAX        OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..64))

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T11FcSpHashCalculationStatus ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When some kind of 'database' is defined in a set of
         read-write MIB objects, it is common that multiple changes
         in the data need to be made at the same time.  So, if hash
         values are maintained for that data, those hash values are
         only correct if and when they are re-calculated after every
         change.  In such circumstances, the use of an object with
         this syntax allows the re-calculation of the hash values to
         be deferred until all changes have been made, and therefore
         the calculation need only be done once after all changes,
         rather than repeatedly/after each individual change.
         The definition of an object defined using this TC is
         required to specify which one or more instances of which
         MIB objects contain the hash values operated upon (or
         whose status is given) by the value of this TC.
         When read, the value of an object with this syntax is
         either:
           correct -- the identified MIB object instance(s)
                      contain the correct hash values; or
           stale   -- the identified MIB object instance(s)
                      contain stale (possibly incorrect) values.
         Writing a value of 'calculate' is a request to re-calculate
         and update the values of the corresponding instances of the
         identified MIB objects.  Writing a value of 'correct' or
         'stale' to this object is an error (e.g., 'wrongValue')."
  SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                   calculate(1),
                   correct(2),
                   stale(3)
               }

T11FcSpAuthRejectReasonCode ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A reason code contained in an AUTH_Reject message, or
         in an SW_RJT (rejecting an AUTH_ILS), or in an LS_RJT
         (rejecting an AUTH-ELS)."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 17, 48, 52."
  SYNTAX        INTEGER {

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                    authFailure(1),
                    logicalError(2),
                    logicalBusy(3),
                    authILSNotSupported(4),
                    authELSNotSupported(5),
                    notLoggedIn(6)
                }

T11FcSpAuthRejReasonCodeExp ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A reason code explanation contained in an AUTH_Reject
         message, or in an SW_RJT (rejecting an AUTH_ILS), or in
         an LS_RJT (rejecting an AUTH-ELS)."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Tables 18, 48, 52."
  SYNTAX        INTEGER {
                    authMechanismNotUsable(1),
                    dhGroupNotUsable(2),
                    hashFunctionNotUsable(3),
                    authTransactionAlreadyStarted(4),
                    authenticationFailed(5),
                    incorrectPayload(6),
                    incorrectAuthProtocolMessage(7),
                    restartAuthProtocol(8),
                    authConcatNotSupported(9),
                    unsupportedProtocolVersion(10),
                    logicalBusy(11),
                    authILSNotSupported(12),
                    authELSNotSupported(13),
                    notLoggedIn(14)
                }

T11FcSpHashFunctions ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A set of zero, one, or more hash functions defined for
         use in FC-SP."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 14."
  SYNTAX        BITS {
                    md5(0),
                    sha1(1)
                }

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T11FcSpSignFunctions ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A set of zero, one, or more signature functions defined
         for signing certificates for use with FCAP in FC-SP."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, tables 38 & 39."
  SYNTAX        BITS {
                    rsaSha1(0)
                }

T11FcSpDhGroups ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A set of zero, one, or more DH Groups defined for use
         in FC-SP."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 15."
  SYNTAX        BITS {
                    null(0),
                    group1024(1),
                    group1280(2),
                    group1536(3),
                    group2048(4),
                    group3072(5),
                    group4096(6),
                    group6144(7),
                    group8192(8)
                }

T11FcSpPolicyObjectType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A value that identifies the type of an FC-SP Policy
         Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 102."
  SYNTAX   INTEGER {
               summary(1),
               switchMemberList(2),
               nodeMemberList(3),
               switchConnectivity(4),

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               ipMgmtList(5),
               attribute(6)
           }

T11FcSpPolicyNameType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The format and usage of a companion object having
         T11FcSpPolicyName as its syntax.
         Six of the values indicate the same format, i.e., they
         differ only in semantics.  That common format is a Fibre
         Channel 'Name_Identifier', i.e., the same syntax as
         'FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE(8))'.
         These six are three pairs of one restricted and one
         unrestricted.  Each usage of this syntax must specify
         what the meaning of 'restricted' is for that usage and
         how the characteristics and behavior of restricted
         names differ from unrestricted names.
         The six are:
           'nodeName'           - a Node_Name, which is the
                                  Name_Identifier associated
                                  with a Fibre Channel Node.
           'restrictedNodeName' - a Restricted Node_Name.
           'portName'           - the Name_Identifier associated
                                  with a Fibre Channel Port.
           'restrictedPortName' - a Restricted Port_Name.
           'wildcard'           - a Wildcard value that is used to
                                  identify 'all others' (typically,
                                  all other members of a Policy
                                  Object, not all other Policy
                                  Objects).
           'restrictedWildcard' - a Restricted Wildcard value.
         Other possible values are:
           'alphaNumericName'   - the value begins with an ASCII
         letter (upper or lower case) followed by (0 ... 63)
         characters from the set:  lower case letters, upper case
         letters, digits, and the four symbols: dollar-sign ($),

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         dash (-), caret (^), and underscore (_).
           'ipv6AddressRange'   - two IPv6 addresses in network
         byte order, the numerically smallest first and the
         numerically largest second; total length is 32 bytes.
           'ipv4AddressRange'   - two IPv4 addresses in network
         byte order, the numerically smallest first and the
         numerically largest second; total length is 8 bytes."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 103."
  SYNTAX   INTEGER {
               nodeName(1),
               restrictedNodeName(2),
               portName(3),
               restrictedPortName(4),
               wildcard(5),
               restrictedWildcard(6),
               alphaNumericName(7),
               ipv6AddressRange(8),
               ipv4AddressRange(9)
           }

T11FcSpPolicyName ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A syntax used, when defining Policy Objects, for the
         name of something.
         An object that uses this syntax always identifies a
         companion object with syntax T11FcSpPolicyNameType
         such that the companion object specifies the format
         and usage of the object with this syntax.
         When the companion object has the value 'wildcard' or
         'restrictedWildcard', the value of the T11FcSpPolicyName
         object is:  '0000000000000000'h."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 103."
  SYNTAX   OCTET STRING (SIZE (1..64))

T11FcSpAlphaNumName ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION

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         "A syntax used when defining Policy Objects for the
         name of something, where the name is always in the format
         specified by:
             T11FcSpPolicyNameType = 'alphaNumericName'
         "
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 103."
  SYNTAX   OCTET STRING (SIZE (1..64))

T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An extension of the T11FcSpAlphaNumName TC with
         one additional possible value: the zero-length string
         to indicate the absence of a name."
  SYNTAX   OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..64))

T11FcSaDirection ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The direction of frame transmission on a Security
         Association.  Note that Security Associations are
         unidirectional, but they always exist as part of an
         SA pair of the same type in opposite directions."
  SYNTAX   INTEGER { ingress(1), egress(2) }

T11FcSpiIndex ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An SPI (Security Parameter Index) value is carried in the
         SPI field of a frame protected by the ESP_Header.  An SPI
         is also carried in the SAID field of a Common Transport
         Information Unit (CT_IU) protected by CT_Authentication.
         An SPI value identifies the Security Association on which
         the frame is being transmitted."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 4.7.2 and 4.7.3."
  SYNTAX   Unsigned32 (0..4294967295) -- the default range!!

T11FcSpPrecedence ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  DISPLAY-HINT "d"
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION

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         "The precedence of a Traffic Selector.  If a frame
         matches with two or more Traffic Selectors, then the match
         that takes precedence is the one with the Traffic Selector
         having the numerically smallest precedence value.  Note that
         precedence values are not necessarily contiguous."
  SYNTAX   Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)  -- the default range!!

T11FcRoutingControl ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  DISPLAY-HINT "1x"
  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A value stored in the R_CTL (Routing Control) 8-bit field
         of an FC-2 frame containing routing and information bits to
         categorize the frame function.
         For FC-2 frames, an R_CTL value typically distinguishes
         between control versus data frames and/or solicited versus
         unsolicited frames, and in combination with the TYPE field
         (see T11FcSpType), identifies a particular link-layer
         service/protocol using FC-2.
         For CT_Authentication, the information field in the R_CTL
         field contains '02'h for Request CT_IUs and '03'h for
         Response CT_IUs.
         The comparison of two values having this syntax is done
         by treating each string as an 8-bit numeric value."
  REFERENCE
         "- Fibre Channel - Framing and Signaling-2 (FC-FS-2),
            ANSI INCITS 424-2007, Project T11/1619-D,
            February 2007, section 9.3.
          - Fibre Channel - Generic Services-5 (FC-GS-5),
            ANSI INCITS 427-2006, sections 4.5.2.4.2, 4.5.2.4.3
            and table 12."
  SYNTAX   OCTET STRING (SIZE(1))

T11FcSpType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  DISPLAY-HINT "2x"
  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A value, or combination of values, contained in a frame
         header used in identifying the link layer service/protocol
         of a frame.  The value is always two octets:
  1. for FC-2 frames, the first octet is zero and the second

octet contains the Data structure type (TYPE) value

             defined by FC-FS-2.  The TYPE value is used in
             combination with T11FcRoutingControl to identify a link

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             layer service/protocol.
  1. for Common Transport Information Units (CT_IUs), the

first octet contains a GS_Type value and the second

             octet contains a GS_Subtype value, defined by FC-GS-5.
         The comparison of two values having this syntax is done
         by treating each string as the numeric value obtained by
         numerically combining the individual octet's value as
         follows:
             (256 * 1st-octet) + 2nd-octet
         "
  REFERENCE
         "- Fibre Channel - Framing and Signaling-2 (FC-FS-2),
            ANSI INCITS 424-2007, Project T11/1619-D,
            February 2007, section 9.6.
          - Fibre Channel - Generic Services-5 (FC-GS-5),
            ANSI INCITS 427-2006, sections 4.3.2.4 and 4.3.2.5."
  SYNTAX   OCTET STRING (SIZE(2))

T11FcSpTransforms ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A list of the standardized transforms that are defined
         by FC-SP for use with ESP_Header, CT_Authentication, and/or
         IKEv2 Support."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            Appendix A.3.1, tables A.23, A.24, A.25, A.26."
  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   encrNull(0),
                   encrAesCbc(1),
                   encrAesCtr(2),
                   encrAesGcm(3),
                   encr3Des(4),
                   prfHmacMd5(5),
                   prfHmacSha1(6),
                   prfAesCbc(7),
                   authHmacMd5L96(8),
                   authHmacSha1L96(9),
                   authHmacMd5L128(10),
                   authHmacSha1L160(11),
                   encrNullAuthAesGmac(12),
                   dhGroups1024bit(13),
                   dhGroups2048bit(14)
               }

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T11FcSpSecurityProtocolId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A Security Protocol identifier to identify
         the protocol by which traffic is to be protected,
         e.g., ESP_Header or CT_Authentication."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.3.2.2 and table 67."
  SYNTAX       INTEGER { espHeader(1), ctAuth(2) }

T11FcSpLifetimeLeft ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This TC is used for one object of an associated pair
         of objects.  The object with this syntax specifies a
         remaining lifetime of something, e.g., of an SA, where
         the lifetime is given in the units specified by the other
         object of the pair which has T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits
         as its syntax."
  SYNTAX       Unsigned32

T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An object, defined using T11FcSpLifetimeLeft TC as
         its syntax, is required to be one of an associated
         pair of objects such that the other object of the pair
         is defined with this T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits TC as
         its syntax and with its value specifying the
         units of the remaining lifetime given by the
         value of the T11FcSpLifetimeLeft object."
  SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                   seconds(1),      -- seconds
                   kiloBytes(2),    -- 10^^3 bytes
                   megaBytes(3),    -- 10^^6 bytes
                   gigaBytes(4),    -- 10^^9 bytes
                   teraBytes(5),    -- 10^^12 bytes
                   petaBytes(6),    -- 10^^15 bytes
                   exaBytes(7),     -- 10^^18 bytes
                   zettaBytes(8),   -- 10^^21 bytes
                   yottaBytes(9)    -- 10^^24 bytes
               }

– – Object Identities to identify the Cryptographic Algorithms – listed in FC-SP.

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t11FcSpEncryptAlgorithms

   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpAlgorithms 1 }

t11FcSpEncrNull OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The ENCR_NULL algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 70."
  ::= { t11FcSpEncryptAlgorithms 1 }

t11FcSpEncrAesCbc OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The ENCR_AES_CBC algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 70."
  ::= { t11FcSpEncryptAlgorithms 2 }

t11FcSpEncrAesCtr OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The ENCR_AES_CTR algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 70."
  ::= { t11FcSpEncryptAlgorithms 3 }

t11FcSpEncrAesGcm OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The ENCR_AES_GCM algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 70."
  ::= { t11FcSpEncryptAlgorithms 4 }

t11FcSpEncr3Des OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The ENCR_3DES algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 70."

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  ::= { t11FcSpEncryptAlgorithms 5 }

t11FcSpAuthAlgorithms

   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpAlgorithms 2 }

t11FcSpAuthNull OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The AUTH_NONE algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 72."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuthAlgorithms 1 }

t11FcSpAuthHmacMd5L96 OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The AUTH_HMAC_MD5_96 algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 72."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuthAlgorithms 2 }

t11FcSpAuthHmacSha1L96 OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The AUTH_HMAC_SHA1_96 algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 72."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuthAlgorithms 3 }

t11FcSpAuthHmacMd5L128 OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The AUTH_HMAC_MD5_128 algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 72."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuthAlgorithms 4 }

t11FcSpAuthHmacSha1L160 OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The AUTH_HMAC_SHA1_160 algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 72."

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  ::= { t11FcSpAuthAlgorithms 5 }

t11FcSpEncrNullAuthAesGmac OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION "The ENCR_NULL_AUTH_AES_GMAC algorithm."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 70."
  ::= { t11FcSpEncryptAlgorithms 6 }

END

6.2. The T11-FC-SP-AUTHENTICATION-MIB Module

– FC-SP Authentication Protocols –

T11-FC-SP-AUTHENTICATION-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS

  MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, OBJECT-IDENTITY,
  NOTIFICATION-TYPE,
  mib-2, Counter32, Unsigned32
                                    FROM SNMPv2-SMI  -- [RFC2578]
  MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP,
  NOTIFICATION-GROUP
                                    FROM SNMPv2-CONF -- [RFC2580]
  StorageType, AutonomousType,
  TruthValue, TimeStamp             FROM SNMPv2-TC   -- [RFC2579]
  InterfaceIndex                    FROM IF-MIB      -- [RFC2863]
  fcmInstanceIndex,
  FcNameIdOrZero                    FROM FC-MGMT-MIB -- [RFC4044]
  t11FamLocalSwitchWwn
                     FROM T11-FC-FABRIC-ADDR-MGR-MIB -- [RFC4439]
  T11FabricIndex                    FROM T11-TC-MIB  -- [RFC4439]
  T11FcSpDhGroups,
  T11FcSpHashFunctions,
  T11FcSpSignFunctions,
  T11FcSpLifetimeLeft,
  T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits,
  T11FcSpAuthRejectReasonCode,
  T11FcSpAuthRejReasonCodeExp       FROM T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB;

t11FcSpAuthenticationMIB MODULE-IDENTITY

  LAST-UPDATED  "200808200000Z"
  ORGANIZATION  "This MIB module was developed through the

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                coordinated effort of two organizations:
                T11 began the development and the IETF (in
                the IMSS Working Group) finished it."
  CONTACT-INFO
          "     Claudio DeSanti
                Cisco Systems, Inc.
                170 West Tasman Drive
                San Jose, CA 95134 USA
                EMail: cds@cisco.com
                Keith McCloghrie
                Cisco Systems, Inc.
                170 West Tasman Drive
                San Jose, CA 95134 USA
                Email: kzm@cisco.com"
  DESCRIPTION
         "This MIB module specifies the management information
         required to manage the Authentication Protocols defined by
         Fibre Channel's FC-SP specification.
         This MIB module defines three tables:
  1. t11FcSpAuEntityTable is a table of Fibre Channel

entities that can be authenticated using FC-SP's

            Authentication Protocols.
  1. t11FcSpAuIfStatTable is a table with one row for each

mapping of an Authentication entity onto an interface,

            containing statistics information.
  1. t11FcSpAuRejectTable is a table of volatile information

about FC-SP Authentication Protocol transactions

            that were most recently rejected.
         Copyright (C) The IETF Trust (2008).  This version
         of this MIB module is part of RFC 5324;  see the RFC
         itself for full legal notices."
  REVISION  "200808200000Z"
  DESCRIPTION
         "Initial version of this MIB module, published as RFC 5324."
  ::= { mib-2 176 }

t11FcSpAuMIBNotifications

                 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpAuthenticationMIB 0 }

t11FcSpAuMIBObjects

                 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpAuthenticationMIB 1 }

t11FcSpAuMIBConformance

                 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpAuthenticationMIB 2 }

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t11FcSpAuMIBIdentities

                 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpAuthenticationMIB 3 }

– – OIDs defined for use as values of t11FcSpAuServerProtocol –

t11FcSpAuServerProtocolRadius OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This OID identifies RADIUS as the protocol used
         to communicate with an External Server as part of
         the process by which identities are verified.
         In this case, information about the RADIUS Servers
         is likely to be provided in radiusAuthServerExtTable
         defined in the RADIUS-AUTH-CLIENT-MIB."
  REFERENCE
         "radiusAuthServerExtTable in 'RADIUS Authentication
          Client MIB', RFC 4668, August 2006."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBIdentities 1 }

t11FcSpAuServerProtocolDiameter OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This OID identifies Diameter as the protocol used
         to communicate with an External Server as part of
         the process by which identities are verified."
  REFERENCE
         "RFC 3588, September 2003."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBIdentities 2 }

t11FcSpAuServerProtocolTacacs OBJECT-IDENTITY

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This OID identifies TACACS as the protocol used
         to communicate with an External Server as part of
         the process by which identities are verified."
  REFERENCE
         "RFC 1492, July 1993."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBIdentities 3 }

– – Configuration for the Authentication Protocols –

t11FcSpAuEntityTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpAuEntityEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible

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  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Fibre Channel entities that can be authenticated
         using FC-SP's Authentication Protocols.
         The purpose of an FC-SP Authentication Protocol is to verify
         that a claimed name is associated with the claiming entity.
         The Authentication Protocols can be used to authenticate
         Nx_Ports, B_Ports, or Switches."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 3.2.25."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBObjects 1 }

t11FcSpAuEntityEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAuEntityEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Information about the configuration and capabilities of an
         FC-SP entity (which is managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex) on a
         particular Fabric with respect to FC-SP's Authentication
         Protocols."
  INDEX   { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpAuEntityName,
            t11FcSpAuFabricIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityTable 1 }

T11FcSpAuEntityEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpAuEntityName             FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpAuFabricIndex            T11FabricIndex,
  t11FcSpAuServerProtocol         AutonomousType,
                                                 -- Config parameters
  t11FcSpAuStorageType            StorageType,
  t11FcSpAuSendRejNotifyEnable    TruthValue,
  t11FcSpAuRcvRejNotifyEnable     TruthValue,
  t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetime        T11FcSpLifetimeLeft,
  t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetimeUnits   T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits,
  t11FcSpAuRejectMaxRows          Unsigned32,
                                                 -- Capabilities
  t11FcSpAuDhChapHashFunctions    T11FcSpHashFunctions,
  t11FcSpAuDhChapDhGroups         T11FcSpDhGroups,
  t11FcSpAuFcapHashFunctions      T11FcSpHashFunctions,
  t11FcSpAuFcapCertsSignFunctions T11FcSpSignFunctions,
  t11FcSpAuFcapDhGroups           T11FcSpDhGroups,
  t11FcSpAuFcpapHashFunctions     T11FcSpHashFunctions,
  t11FcSpAuFcpapDhGroups          T11FcSpDhGroups

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}

t11FcSpAuEntityName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name used to identify the FC-SP entity.
         For entities that are Fibre Channel Switches, this value
         corresponds to the Switch's value of fcmSwitchWWN.  For
         entities other than Fibre Channel Switches, this value
         corresponds to the value of fcmInstanceWwn for the
         corresponding Fibre Channel management instance."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.3.3.
          - fcmInstanceWwn & fcmSwitchWWN,
            'Fibre Channel Management MIB', RFC 4044, May 2005."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 1 }

t11FcSpAuFabricIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FabricIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a
         particular Fabric to which the entity is attached."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 2 }

t11FcSpAuServerProtocol OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       AutonomousType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The protocol, if any, used by the entity to communicate
         with a third party (i.e., an External Server) as part of
         the process by which it verifies DH-CHAP responses.  For
         example, if the entity is using an external RADIUS server
         to verify DH-CHAP responses, then this object will have
         the value t11FcSpAuServerProtocolRadius.
         The value, zeroDotZero, is used to indicate that no
         protocol is being used to communicate with a third
         party to verify DH-CHAP responses.
         When no protocol is being used, or if the third party is

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         unreachable via the specified protocol, then locally
         configured information (if any) may be used instead."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 3 }

t11FcSpAuStorageType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       StorageType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies the memory realization of
         configuration information related to an FC-SP
         Entity on a particular Fabric: specifically, for
         MIB objects in the row containing this object.
         Even if an instance of this object has the value
         'permanent(4)', none of the information in the
         corresponding row of this table needs to be writable."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 4 }

t11FcSpAuSendRejNotifyEnable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     TruthValue
  MAX-ACCESS read-write
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An indication of whether or not the entity should issue
         t11FcSpAuRejectSentNotify notifications when sending
         AUTH_Reject/SW_RJT/LS_RJT to reject an AUTH message.
         If the value of the object is 'true', then this type of
         notification is generated.  If the value is 'false',
         this type of notification is not generated."
  DEFVAL { false }
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 5 }

t11FcSpAuRcvRejNotifyEnable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     TruthValue
  MAX-ACCESS read-write
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An indication of whether or not the entity should issue
         t11FcSpAuRejectReceivedNotify notifications on the receipt
         of AUTH_Reject/SW_RJT/LS_RJT messages.
         If the value of the object is 'true', then this type of
         notification is generated.  If the value is 'false',
         this type of notification is not generated."
  DEFVAL { false }
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 6 }

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t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetime OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpLifetimeLeft
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the value of this object is non-zero, it specifies the
         default value of a lifetime, specified in units given by
         the corresponding instance of t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetimeUnits.
         This default lifetime is to be used for any Security
         Association that has no explicitly specified value for its
         lifetime.
         An SA's lifetime is either the time interval or the number
         of passed bytes, after which the SA has to be terminated and
         (if necessary) replaced with a new SA.
         If this object is zero, then there is no default value for
         lifetime."
  DEFVAL       { 28800 }         -- 8 hours (in units of seconds)
   ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 7 }

t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetimeUnits OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The units in which the value of the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetime specifies a
         default lifetime for a Security Association that has
         no explicitly-specified value for its lifetime."
  DEFVAL       { seconds }
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 8 }

t11FcSpAuRejectMaxRows OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..1000)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The maximum number of rows in the t11FcSpAuRejectTable for
         this entity on this Fabric.  If and when an AUTH message is
         rejected, and the t11FcSpAuRejectTable already contains this
         maximum number of rows for the specific entity and Fabric,
         the row containing the oldest information is discarded and
         replaced by a row containing information about the new
         rejection.
         There will be less than this maximum number of rows in
         the t11FcSpAuRejectTable in exceptional circumstances,

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         e.g., after an agent restart.
         In an implementation that does not support the
         t11FcSpAuRejectTable, this object will always be zero."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 9 }

t11FcSpAuDhChapHashFunctions OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     T11FcSpHashFunctions
  MAX-ACCESS read-only
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The hash functions that the entity supports when using
         the DH-CHAP algorithm."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 10 }

t11FcSpAuDhChapDhGroups OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     T11FcSpDhGroups
  MAX-ACCESS read-only
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The DH Groups that the entity supports when using the
         DH-CHAP algorithm in FC-SP."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 11 }

t11FcSpAuFcapHashFunctions OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     T11FcSpHashFunctions
  MAX-ACCESS read-only
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The hash functions that the entity supports when
         specified as Protocol Parameters in the AUTH_Negotiate
         message for FCAP in FC-SP."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.5.2.1 and table 28."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 12 }

t11FcSpAuFcapCertsSignFunctions OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     T11FcSpSignFunctions
  MAX-ACCESS read-only
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The signature functions used within certificates that
         the entity supports when using FCAP in FC-SP."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),

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            February 2007, section 5.5.4.2 and tables 38 & 39."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 13 }

t11FcSpAuFcapDhGroups OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     T11FcSpDhGroups
  MAX-ACCESS read-only
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The DH Groups that the entity supports when using the
         FCAP algorithm in FC-SP."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 14 }

t11FcSpAuFcpapHashFunctions OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     T11FcSpHashFunctions
  MAX-ACCESS read-only
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The hash functions that the entity supports when using
         the FCPAP algorithm in FC-SP."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 15 }

t11FcSpAuFcpapDhGroups OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     T11FcSpDhGroups
  MAX-ACCESS read-only
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The DH Groups that the entity supports when using the
         FCPAP algorithm in FC-SP."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuEntityEntry 16 }

– – The Mapping of Authentication Entities onto Interfaces – and Statistics –

t11FcSpAuIfStatTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpAuIfStatEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each FC-SP Authentication entity can operate on one or more
         interfaces, but at most one of them can operate on each
         interface.  A row in this table exists for each interface
         to each Fabric on which each Authentication entity operates.
         The objects within this table contain statistics information
         related to FC-SP's Authentication Protocols."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBObjects 2 }

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t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAuIfStatEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A set of Authentication Protocols statistics for an FC-SP
         Authentication entity (identified by t11FcSpAuEntityName) on
         one of its interfaces to a particular Fabric, which is
         managed within the Fibre Channel management instance
         identified by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX   { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpAuEntityName,
            t11FcSpAuIfStatInterfaceIndex,
            t11FcSpAuIfStatFabricIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatTable 1 }

T11FcSpAuIfStatEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpAuIfStatInterfaceIndex        InterfaceIndex,
  t11FcSpAuIfStatFabricIndex           T11FabricIndex,
  t11FcSpAuIfStatTimeouts              Counter32,
  t11FcSpAuIfStatInAcceptedMsgs        Counter32,
  t11FcSpAuIfStatInLsSwRejectedMsgs    Counter32,
  t11FcSpAuIfStatInAuthRejectedMsgs    Counter32,
  t11FcSpAuIfStatOutAcceptedMsgs       Counter32,
  t11FcSpAuIfStatOutLsSwRejectedMsgs   Counter32,
  t11FcSpAuIfStatOutAuthRejectedMsgs   Counter32

}

t11FcSpAuIfStatInterfaceIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InterfaceIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The interface on which the FC-SP Authentication entity
         operates and for which the statistics are collected."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 1 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatFabricIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FabricIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value identifying the particular Fabric for
         which the statistics are collected."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 2 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatTimeouts OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only

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  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of FC-SP Authentication Protocol messages sent
         by the particular entity on the particular Fabric on the
         particular interface, for which no response was received
         within a timeout period.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.11."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 3 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatInAcceptedMsgs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of FC-SP Authentication Protocol messages
         received and accepted by the particular entity on the
         particular Fabric on the particular interface.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.1."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 4 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatInLsSwRejectedMsgs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of FC-SP Authentication Protocol messages
         received by the particular entity on the particular Fabric
         on the particular interface, and rejected by a lower-level
         (SW_RJT or LS_RJT) reject.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.1."

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  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 5 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatInAuthRejectedMsgs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of FC-SP Authentication Protocol messages
         received by the particular entity on the particular Fabric
         on the particular interface, and rejected by an AUTH_Reject
         message.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.1."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 6 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatOutAcceptedMsgs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of FC-SP Authentication Protocol messages sent
         by the particular entity on the particular Fabric on the
         particular interface, which were accepted by the
         neighboring entity, i.e., not rejected by an AUTH_Reject
         message, nor by a lower-level (SW_RJT or LS_RJT) reject.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.1."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 7 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatOutLsSwRejectedMsgs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of FC-SP Authentication Protocol messages sent
         by the particular entity on the particular Fabric on the
         particular interface, which were rejected by a lower-level
         (SW_RJT or LS_RJT) reject.

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         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.1."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 8 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatOutAuthRejectedMsgs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of FC-SP Authentication Protocol messages sent
         by the particular entity on the particular Fabric on the
         particular interface, which were rejected by an
         AUTH_Reject message.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.1."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuIfStatEntry 9 }

– – Information about Authentication Protocol Transactions – which were recently rejected –

t11FcSpAuRejectTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpAuRejectEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of volatile information about FC-SP Authentication
         Protocol transactions that were recently rejected with
         an AUTH_Reject message, or with an SW_RJT/LS_RJT.
         The maximum number of rows in this table for a specific
         entity on a specific Fabric is given by the value of the
         corresponding instance of t11FcSpAuRejectMaxRows.
         The syntax of t11FcSpAuRejTimestamp is TimeStamp, and thus
         its value rolls over to zero after approximately 497 days.
         To avoid any confusion due to such a rollover, rows should
         be deleted from this table before they are 497 days old.

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         This table will be empty if no AUTH_Reject messages,
         nor any SW_RJT/LS_RJT's rejecting an AUTH message,
         have been sent or received since the last
         re-initialization of the agent."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBObjects 3 }

t11FcSpAuRejectEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAuRejectEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Information about one AUTH message (either an
         AUTH_ELS or an AUTH_ILS) that was rejected with an
         AUTH_Reject, SW_RJT or LS_RJT message, sent/received by
         the entity identified by values of fcmInstanceIndex and
         t11FcSpAuEntityName, on an interface to a particular
         Fabric."
  INDEX   { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpAuEntityName,
            t11FcSpAuRejInterfaceIndex, t11FcSpAuRejFabricIndex,
            t11FcSpAuRejTimestamp }
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectTable 1 }

T11FcSpAuRejectEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpAuRejInterfaceIndex        InterfaceIndex,
  t11FcSpAuRejFabricIndex           T11FabricIndex,
  t11FcSpAuRejTimestamp             TimeStamp,
  t11FcSpAuRejDirection             INTEGER,
  t11FcSpAuRejType                  INTEGER,
  t11FcSpAuRejAuthMsgString         OCTET STRING,
  t11FcSpAuRejReasonCode            T11FcSpAuthRejectReasonCode,
  t11FcSpAuRejReasonCodeExp         T11FcSpAuthRejReasonCodeExp

}

t11FcSpAuRejInterfaceIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InterfaceIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The interface on which the rejected AUTH message was
         sent or received."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectEntry 1 }

t11FcSpAuRejFabricIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FabricIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value identifying the particular Fabric on

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         which the rejected AUTH message was sent or received."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectEntry 2 }

t11FcSpAuRejTimestamp OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       TimeStamp
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The time at which the AUTH message was rejected.  If two
         rows have the same value of this object for the same
         entity on the same interface and Fabric, the value of
         this object for the later one is incremented by one."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectEntry 3 }

t11FcSpAuRejDirection OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER { sent(1), received(2) }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An indication of whether the rejection was sent or
         received by the identified entity.
         The value 'sent(1)' corresponds to a notification of
         type t11FcSpAuRejectSentNotify; the value 'received(2)'
         corresponds to t11FcSpAuRejectReceivedNotify."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectEntry 4 }

t11FcSpAuRejType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                   authReject(1),
                   swRjt(2),
                   lsRjt(3)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An indication of whether the rejection was an
         AUTH_Reject, an SW_RJT or an LS_RJT."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectEntry 5 }

t11FcSpAuRejAuthMsgString OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE(0..255))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The binary content of the AUTH message that was
         rejected, formatted as an octet string (in network
         byte order) containing the content of the message.

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         If the binary content is unavailable, then the
         length is zero.  Otherwise, the first octet of the
         message identifies the type of message:
            '90'h - an AUTH_ELS, see Table 6 in FC-SP,
            '40'h - an AUTH_ILS, see Table 3 in FC-SP, or
            '41'h - an B_AUTH_ILS, see Table 5 in FC-SP.
         and the remainder of the message may be truncated."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Tables 3, 5 and 6."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectEntry 6 }

t11FcSpAuRejReasonCode OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAuthRejectReasonCode
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The reason code with which this AUTH message was
         rejected."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 17, 48, 52."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectEntry 7 }

t11FcSpAuRejReasonCodeExp OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAuthRejReasonCodeExp
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The reason code explanation with which this AUTH
         message was rejected."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Table 17, 48, 52."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuRejectEntry 8 }

– – Notifications –

t11FcSpAuRejectSentNotify NOTIFICATION-TYPE

  OBJECTS   { t11FamLocalSwitchWwn,
              t11FcSpAuRejAuthMsgString,

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              t11FcSpAuRejType,
              t11FcSpAuRejReasonCode,
              t11FcSpAuRejReasonCodeExp }
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This notification indicates that a Switch (identified
         by the value of t11FamLocalSwitchWwn) has sent a reject
         message of the type indicated by t11FcSpAuRejType in
         response to an AUTH message.
         The content of the rejected AUTH message is given by the
         value of t11FcSpAuRejAuthMsgString.  The values of the
         Reason Code and Reason Code Explanation in the
         AUTH_Reject/SW_RJT/LS_RJT are indicated by the values of
         t11FcSpAuRejReasonCode and t11FcSpAuRejReasonCodeExp."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBNotifications 1 }

t11FcSpAuRejectReceivedNotify NOTIFICATION-TYPE

  OBJECTS   { t11FamLocalSwitchWwn,
              t11FcSpAuRejAuthMsgString,
              t11FcSpAuRejType,
              t11FcSpAuRejReasonCode,
              t11FcSpAuRejReasonCodeExp }
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This notification indicates that a Switch (identified
         by the value of t11FamLocalSwitchWwn) has received a
         reject message of the type indicated by t11FcSpAuRejType
         in response to an AUTH message.
         The content of the rejected AUTH message is given by the
         value of t11FcSpAuRejAuthMsgString.  The values of the
         Reason Code and Reason Code Explanation in the
         AUTH_Reject/SW_RJT/LS_RJT are indicated by the values of
         t11FcSpAuRejReasonCode and t11FcSpAuRejReasonCodeExp."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBNotifications 2 }

– – Conformance –

t11FcSpAuMIBCompliances

                OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBConformance 1 }

t11FcSpAuMIBGroups

                OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBConformance 2 }

t11FcSpAuMIBCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE

  STATUS       current

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  DESCRIPTION
         "The compliance statement for entities that
         implement one or more of the Authentication Protocols
         defined in FC-SP."
  MODULE  -- this module
      MANDATORY-GROUPS { t11FcSpAuGeneralGroup,
                         t11FcSpAuRejectedGroup,
                         t11FcSpAuNotificationGroup }
      GROUP      t11FcSpAuIfStatsGroup
      DESCRIPTION
             "These counters, of particular FC-SP messages and
             events, are mandatory only for those systems that
             count such messages/events."

– Write access is not required for any objects in this MIB module:

      OBJECT     t11FcSpAuStorageType
      MIN-ACCESS read-only
      DESCRIPTION
             "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT     t11FcSpAuSendRejNotifyEnable
      MIN-ACCESS read-only
      DESCRIPTION
             "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT     t11FcSpAuRcvRejNotifyEnable
      MIN-ACCESS read-only
      DESCRIPTION
             "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT     t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetime
      MIN-ACCESS read-only
      DESCRIPTION
             "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT     t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetimeUnits
      MIN-ACCESS read-only
      DESCRIPTION
             "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT     t11FcSpAuRejectMaxRows
      MIN-ACCESS read-only
      DESCRIPTION
             "Write access is not required."

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      ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBCompliances 1 }

– Units of Conformance

t11FcSpAuGeneralGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpAuServerProtocol,
             t11FcSpAuStorageType,
             t11FcSpAuSendRejNotifyEnable,
             t11FcSpAuRcvRejNotifyEnable,
             t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetime,
             t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetimeUnits,
             t11FcSpAuRejectMaxRows,
             t11FcSpAuDhChapHashFunctions,
             t11FcSpAuDhChapDhGroups,
             t11FcSpAuFcapHashFunctions,
             t11FcSpAuFcapCertsSignFunctions,
             t11FcSpAuFcapDhGroups,
             t11FcSpAuFcpapHashFunctions,
             t11FcSpAuFcpapDhGroups,
             t11FcSpAuIfStatTimeouts }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects for the capabilities and
         configuration parameters of FC-SP's Authentication
         Protocols.  The inclusion of t11FcSpAuIfStatTimeouts
         in this group provides information on mappings of
         Authentication entities onto interfaces."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBGroups 1 }

t11FcSpAuIfStatsGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpAuIfStatInAcceptedMsgs,
             t11FcSpAuIfStatInLsSwRejectedMsgs,
             t11FcSpAuIfStatInAuthRejectedMsgs,
             t11FcSpAuIfStatOutAcceptedMsgs,
             t11FcSpAuIfStatOutLsSwRejectedMsgs,
             t11FcSpAuIfStatOutAuthRejectedMsgs }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects for monitoring the
         operations of FC-SP's Authentication Protocols."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBGroups 2 }

t11FcSpAuRejectedGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpAuRejDirection,
             t11FcSpAuRejType,
             t11FcSpAuRejAuthMsgString,
             t11FcSpAuRejReasonCode,
             t11FcSpAuRejReasonCodeExp }

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  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects holding information concerning
         FC-SP Authentication Protocol transactions that were
         recently rejected with an AUTH_Reject, with an SW_RJT,
         or with an LS_RJT."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBGroups 3 }

t11FcSpAuNotificationGroup NOTIFICATION-GROUP

  NOTIFICATIONS  { t11FcSpAuRejectSentNotify,
                   t11FcSpAuRejectReceivedNotify }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of notifications for use in the management
         of FC-SP's Authentication Protocols."
  ::= { t11FcSpAuMIBGroups 4 }

END

6.3. The T11-FC-SP-ZONING-MIB Module

* – FC-SP Zoning – T11-FC-SP-ZONING-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN IMPORTS MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, NOTIFICATION-TYPE, mib-2, Counter32 FROM SNMPv2-SMI – [RFC2578] TruthValue FROM SNMPv2-TC – [RFC2579] MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP, NOTIFICATION-GROUP FROM SNMPv2-CONF – [RFC2580] ifIndex FROM IF-MIB – [RFC2863] t11ZsServerEntry, t11ZsStatsEntry, t11ZsNotifyControlEntry, t11ZsFabricIndex FROM T11-FC-ZONE-SERVER-MIB – [RFC4936] T11FcSpPolicyHashValue, T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat, T11FcSpHashCalculationStatus FROM T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB; t11FcSpZoningMIB MODULE-IDENTITY LAST-UPDATED "200808200000Z" De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 52] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 ORGANIZATION "This MIB module was developed through the coordinated effort of two organizations: T11 began the development and the IETF (in the IMSS Working Group) finished it." CONTACT-INFO " Claudio DeSanti Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134 USA EMail: cds@cisco.com Keith McCloghrie Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134 USA Email: kzm@cisco.com" DESCRIPTION "This MIB module specifies the extensions to the T11-FC-ZONE-SERVER-MIB module that are necessary for the management of Fibre Channel's FC-SP Zoning Servers, as defined in the FC-SP specification. The persistence of values written to these MIB objects is the same as the persistence of the objects they extend, i.e., it is given by the value of the relevant instance of t11ZsServerDatabaseStorageType (defined in the T11-FC-ZONE-SERVER-MIB module). Copyright (C) The IETF Trust (2008). This version of this MIB module is part of RFC 5324; see the RFC itself for full legal notices." REVISION "200808200000Z" DESCRIPTION "Initial version of this MIB module, published as RFC 5324." ::= { mib-2 177 } t11FcSpZsMIBNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpZoningMIB 0 } t11FcSpZsMIBObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpZoningMIB 1 } t11FcSpZsMIBConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpZoningMIB 2 } t11FcSpZsConfiguration OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBObjects 1 } t11FcSpZsStatistics OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBObjects 2 } – – Augmenting the table of Zone Servers – t11FcSpZsServerTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpZsServerEntry De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 53] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "A table which provides FC-SP-specific information about the Zone Servers on each Fabric in one or more Switches." ::= { t11FcSpZsConfiguration 1 } t11FcSpZsServerEntry OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX T11FcSpZsServerEntry MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "Each entry contains information relevant to FC-SP for a particular Zone Server for a particular Fabric on a particular Switch. The Fabric and Switch are identified in the same manner as in t11ZsServerEntry." AUGMENTS { t11ZsServerEntry } ::= { t11FcSpZsServerTable 1 } T11FcSpZsServerEntry ::= SEQUENCE { t11FcSpZsServerCapabilityObject BITS, t11FcSpZsServerEnabled TruthValue, t11FcSpZoneSetHashStatus T11FcSpHashCalculationStatus, t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHashType T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat, t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHash T11FcSpPolicyHashValue, t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHashType T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat, t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHash T11FcSpPolicyHashValue } t11FcSpZsServerCapabilityObject OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX BITS { fcSpZoning(0) } MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "Capabilities of the Zone Server for the particular Fabric on the particular Switch, with respect to FC-SP Zoning: fcSpZoning – set to 1 to indicate the Switch is capable of supporting FC-SP Zoning. " REFERENCE "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D, Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007, Table 184." ::= { t11FcSpZsServerEntry 1 } De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 54] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 t11FcSpZsServerEnabled OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX TruthValue MAX-ACCESS read-write STATUS current DESCRIPTION "This object indicates whether the Zone Server for the particular Fabric on the particular Switch, is operating in FC-SP Zoning mode." REFERENCE "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D, Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007, Table 185." ::= { t11FcSpZsServerEntry 2 } t11FcSpZoneSetHashStatus OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX T11FcSpHashCalculationStatus MAX-ACCESS read-write STATUS current DESCRIPTION "When read, the value of this object is either: correct – the corresponding instances of both t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHash and t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHash contain the correct hash values; or stale – the corresponding instances of t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHash and t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHash contain stale (possibly incorrect) values; Writing a value of 'calculate' is a request to re-calculate and update the values of the corresponding instances of both t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHash and t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHash. Writing a value of 'correct' or 'stale' to this object is an error (e.g., 'wrongValue'). When the Active Zone Set and/or the Zone Set Database are updated, it is common that multiple changes need to be made at the same time. In such circumstances, the use of this object allows the hash values to be updated only once after all changes, rather than repeatedly/after each individual change. If and when the corresponding instance of t11ZsServerDatabaseStorageType has the value 'permanent(4)', then if write access is supported to any instance of a read-write object in any row of any table governed by the 'permanent' value of t11ZsServerDatabaseStorageType, then De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 55] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 write access to the corresponding instance of this object must also be supported." REFERENCE "t11ZsServerDatabaseStorageType in 'Fibre Channel Zone Server MIB', RFC 4936, August 2007." DEFVAL { stale } ::= { t11FcSpZsServerEntry 3 } t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHashType OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The format used for the hash value contained in the corresponding instance of t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHash." ::= { t11FcSpZsServerEntry 4 } t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHash OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX T11FcSpPolicyHashValue MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The value of the hash for the current Active Zone Set. The format of this value is given by the corresponding instance of t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHashType." REFERENCE "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D, Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007, Table 187." ::= { t11FcSpZsServerEntry 5 } t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHashType OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The format used for the hash value contained in the corresponding instance of t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHash." ::= { t11FcSpZsServerEntry 6 } t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHash OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX T11FcSpPolicyHashValue MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The value of the hash for the current Zone Set Database. The format of this value is given by the corresponding instance of t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHashType." De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 56] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 REFERENCE "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D, Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007, Table 187." ::= { t11FcSpZsServerEntry 7 } – – Additional Statistics for FC-SP Zoning – t11FcSpZsStatsTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpZsStatsEntry MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "A table of statistics specific to FC-SP that are maintained by Zone Servers." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatistics 1 } t11FcSpZsStatsEntry OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX T11FcSpZsStatsEntry MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "A set of statistics specific to FC-SP for a particular Zone Server for a particular Fabric on a particular Switch. The Fabric and Switch are identified in the same manner as in t11ZsStatsEntry." AUGMENTS { t11ZsStatsEntry } ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsTable 1 } T11FcSpZsStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE { t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsSent Counter32, t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsAccepted Counter32, t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsRejected Counter32, t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsSent Counter32, t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsAccepted Counter32, t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsRejected Counter32, t11FcSpZsZirRequestsAccepted Counter32, t11FcSpZsZirRequestsRejected Counter32 } t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsSent OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter32 MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The number of SP Commit Zone Changes (SPCMIT) operation De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 57] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 requests sent by the Zone Server. This counter has no discontinuities other than those that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsEntry 1 } t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsAccepted OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter32 MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The number of SP Commit Zone Changes (SPCMIT) operation requests received and accepted by the Zone Server. This counter has no discontinuities other than those that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsEntry 2 } t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsRejected OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter32 MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The number of SP Commit Zone Changes (SPCMIT) operation requests received but rejected by the Zone Server. This counter has no discontinuities other than those that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsEntry 3 } t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsSent OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter32 MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The number of Zoning Check Protocol (ZCP) requests sent by the Zone Server. This counter has no discontinuities other than those that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsEntry 4 } t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsAccepted OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter32 MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The number of Zoning Check Protocol (ZCP) requests received De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 58] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 and accepted by the Zone Server. This counter has no discontinuities other than those that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsEntry 5 } t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsRejected OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter32 MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The number of Zoning Check Protocol (ZCP) requests received but rejected by the Zone Server. This counter has no discontinuities other than those that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsEntry 6 } t11FcSpZsZirRequestsAccepted OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter32 MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The number of Zoning Information Request (ZIR) requests received and accepted by the Zone Server. This counter has no discontinuities other than those that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsEntry 7 } t11FcSpZsZirRequestsRejected OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter32 MAX-ACCESS read-only STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The number of Zoning Information Request (ZIR) requests received but rejected by the Zone Server. This counter has no discontinuities other than those that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0." ::= { t11FcSpZsStatsEntry 8 } – – Enable/Disable for Notifications – t11FcSpZsNotifyControlTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpZsNotifyControlEntry De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 59] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "A table of control information for notifications generated due to Zone Server events related to FC-SP Zoning." ::= { t11FcSpZsConfiguration 2 } t11FcSpZsNotifyControlEntry OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX T11FcSpZsNotifyControlEntry MAX-ACCESS not-accessible STATUS current DESCRIPTION "Each entry is an augmentation of the notification control information for a Zone Server for a particular Fabric on a particular Switch. The Fabric and Switch are identified in the same manner as in t11ZsNotifyControlEntry." AUGMENTS { t11ZsNotifyControlEntry } ::= { t11FcSpZsNotifyControlTable 1 } T11FcSpZsNotifyControlEntry ::= SEQUENCE { t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinSuccessEnable TruthValue, t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinFailureEnable TruthValue } t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinSuccessEnable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX TruthValue MAX-ACCESS read-write STATUS current DESCRIPTION "This object specifies whether t11FcSpZsFabricJoinFailureNotify notifications should be generated by the Zone Server for this Fabric." ::= { t11FcSpZsNotifyControlEntry 1 } t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinFailureEnable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX TruthValue MAX-ACCESS read-write STATUS current DESCRIPTION "This object specifies whether t11FcSpZsFabricJoinSuccessNotify notifications should be generated by the Zone Server for this Fabric." ::= { t11FcSpZsNotifyControlEntry 2 } – – Notifications – De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 60] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 t11FcSpZsFabricJoinSuccessNotify NOTIFICATION-TYPE OBJECTS { ifIndex, t11ZsFabricIndex } STATUS current DESCRIPTION "This notification indicates that a Switch that is part of one Fabric (indicated by the value of t11ZsFabricIndex) has successfully joined (on the interface indicated by the value of ifIndex) with a Switch that is part of another Fabric. If multiple Virtual Fabrics are configured on an interface, and all are successfully joined at the same time, and if the agent so chooses, then it can generate just one notification in which t11ZsFabricIndex has the value 4096." ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBNotifications 1 } t11FcSpZsFabricJoinFailureNotify NOTIFICATION-TYPE OBJECTS { ifIndex, t11ZsFabricIndex } STATUS current DESCRIPTION "This notification indicates that an E_Port on the local Switch has entered the Isolated state because a join between two Fabrics failed. The failure occurred on the local Fabric indicated by the value of t11ZsFabricIndex, on the interface indicated by the value of ifIndex. If multiple Virtual Fabrics are configured on an interface, and all have a failure to join at the same time, and if the agent so chooses, then it can generate just one notification in which t11ZsFabricIndex has the value 4096." ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBNotifications 2 } – – Conformance – t11FcSpZsMIBCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBConformance 1 } t11FcSpZsMIBGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBConformance 2 } t11FcSpZsMIBCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The compliance statement for entities that implement the extensions specified in FC-SP for Fibre Channel's Zone Server." MODULE – this module De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 61] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 MANDATORY-GROUPS { t11FcSpZsObjectsGroup, t11FcSpZsNotificationControlGroup, t11FcSpZsNotificationGroup } GROUP t11FcSpZsStatisticsGroup DESCRIPTION "These counters, containing Zone Server statistics, are mandatory only for those systems that count such events." – Write access is not required for any objects in this MIB module: OBJECT t11FcSpZsServerEnabled MIN-ACCESS read-only DESCRIPTION "Write access is not required." OBJECT t11FcSpZoneSetHashStatus MIN-ACCESS read-only DESCRIPTION "Write access is not required." OBJECT t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinSuccessEnable MIN-ACCESS read-only DESCRIPTION "Write access is not required." OBJECT t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinFailureEnable MIN-ACCESS read-only DESCRIPTION "Write access is not required." ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBCompliances 1 } – Units of Conformance t11FcSpZsObjectsGroup OBJECT-GROUP OBJECTS { t11FcSpZsServerCapabilityObject, t11FcSpZsServerEnabled, t11FcSpZoneSetHashStatus, t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHashType, t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHash, t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHashType, t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHash } STATUS current DESCRIPTION "A collection of objects for Zone configuration De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 62] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 information of a Zone Server capable of operating in FC-SP Zoning mode." ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBGroups 1 } t11FcSpZsNotificationControlGroup OBJECT-GROUP OBJECTS { t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinSuccessEnable, t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinFailureEnable } STATUS current DESCRIPTION "A collection of notification control objects for monitoring Zone Server failures specific to FC-SP." ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBGroups 2 } t11FcSpZsStatisticsGroup OBJECT-GROUP OBJECTS { t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsSent, t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsAccepted, t11FcSpZsSPCMITrequestsRejected, t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsSent, t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsAccepted, t11FcSpZsZcpRequestsRejected, t11FcSpZsZirRequestsAccepted, t11FcSpZsZirRequestsRejected } STATUS current DESCRIPTION "A collection of objects for collecting Zone Server statistics which are specific to FC-SP." ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBGroups 3 } t11FcSpZsNotificationGroup NOTIFICATION-GROUP NOTIFICATIONS { t11FcSpZsFabricJoinSuccessNotify, t11FcSpZsFabricJoinFailureNotify } STATUS current DESCRIPTION "A collection of notification(s) for monitoring Zone Server events that are specific to FC-SP." ::= { t11FcSpZsMIBGroups 4 } END De Santi, et al. Standards Track [Page 63] RFC 5324 MIB for FC-SP September 2008 6.4. The T11-FC-SP-POLICY-MIB Module –* – FC-SP Policy –

T11-FC-SP-POLICY-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS

  MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, NOTIFICATION-TYPE, mib-2,
  Counter32, Unsigned32
                        FROM SNMPv2-SMI              -- [RFC2578]
  RowStatus, StorageType, TimeStamp,
  TruthValue            FROM SNMPv2-TC               -- [RFC2579]
  MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP,
  NOTIFICATION-GROUP
                        FROM SNMPv2-CONF             -- [RFC2580]
  SnmpAdminString       FROM SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB      -- [RFC3411]
  InetAddress, InetPortNumber,
  InetAddressType       FROM INET-ADDRESS-MIB        -- [RFC4001]
  fcmInstanceIndex,
  FcNameIdOrZero,
  FcDomainIdOrZero      FROM FC-MGMT-MIB             -- [RFC4044]
  T11NsGs4RejectReasonCode
                        FROM T11-FC-NAME-SERVER-MIB  -- [RFC4438]
  T11FabricIndex        FROM T11-TC-MIB              -- [RFC4439]
  T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent,
  T11FcSpPolicyName,
  T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  T11FcSpPolicyObjectType,
  T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat,
  T11FcSpPolicyHashValue,
  T11FcSpHashCalculationStatus   FROM T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB;

t11FcSpPolicyMIB MODULE-IDENTITY

  LAST-UPDATED  "200808200000Z"
  ORGANIZATION  "This MIB module was developed through the
                coordinated effort of two organizations:
                T11 began the development and the IETF (in
                the IMSS Working Group) finished it."
  CONTACT-INFO
          "     Claudio DeSanti
                Cisco Systems, Inc.
                170 West Tasman Drive
                San Jose, CA 95134 USA
                EMail: cds@cisco.com

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                Keith McCloghrie
                Cisco Systems, Inc.
                170 West Tasman Drive
                San Jose, CA 95134 USA
                Email: kzm@cisco.com"
  DESCRIPTION
         "This MIB module specifies the management information
         required to manage Fabric Policies as defined by Fibre
         Channel's FC-SP specification.
         FC-SP uses the term 'Policy Objects', sometimes abbreviated
         to just 'Objects', to refer to containers used to hold the
         data by which Fabric Policies are specified/stored.  This
         obviously has the potential to cause confusion between
         'Policy Objects' and 'MIB objects'.  The DESCRIPTIONs in
         this MIB module attempt to avoid such confusion by the use
         of different adjectives and capitalization, even though such
         mechanisms are less effective when used in descriptors.
         Some types of Policy Objects contain multiple items of
         information, each of which are held in the same format
         within the Policy Object.  In such cases, FC-SP uses the
         term 'Entry' to describe each instance of the common format.
         For example, FC-SP defines an Attribute Policy Object as
         containing one or more 'Attribute Entries'.  Again, this MIB
         module attempts to avoid confusion by the use of adjectives
         and capitalization to distinguish an Entry within a Policy
         Object from an entry within a MIB table.
         A Fabric's database of Policy Objects consists of a set of
         active Objects that are to be enforced by that Fabric, as
         well as non-active Objects that are not enforced.
         Operations defined (in FC-SP) for Policy Management are:
  1. Add/Get/Remove operations on individual non-active

Policy Objects,

  1. Activate/Deactivate operations on a Policy Summary

Object, and

  1. Get operations on the active Policy Summary Object

and/or on individual active Policy Objects.

         This MIB module has five parts:
          1) Active Policy Objects - read-only MIB objects
             representing the set of active Policy Objects for
             each Fabric,
          2) Activate/Deactivate Operations

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  1. a read-write MIB object to invoke an Activate

operation of the policies specified via a non-active

               Policy Summary Object, and
             - a read-write MIB object to invoke a Deactivate
               operation.
          3) Non-active Policy Objects
             - read-create MIB objects to allow the creation of
               non-active Policy Summary Objects (which reference
               non-active Policy Objects), and
             - read-create MIB objects representing non-active
               Policy Objects.
          4) Statistics
          5) Control information and Notifications
         Copyright (C) The IETF Trust (2008).  This version
         of this MIB module is part of RFC 5324;  see the RFC
         itself for full legal notices."
  REVISION  "200808200000Z"
  DESCRIPTION
         "Initial version of this MIB module, published as RFC 5324."
  ::= { mib-2 178 }

t11FcSpPoMIBNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPolicyMIB 0 } t11FcSpPoMIBObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPolicyMIB 1 } t11FcSpPoMIBConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPolicyMIB 2 } t11FcSpPoActive OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBObjects 1 } t11FcSpPoOperations OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBObjects 2 } t11FcSpPoNonActive OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBObjects 3 } t11FcSpPoStatistics OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBObjects 4 } t11FcSpPoControl OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBObjects 5 }

– – Part 1 - Active Policy Objects –

t11FcSpPoTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table containing top-level information about active
         FC-SP policies on various Fabrics."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 1 }

t11FcSpPoEntry OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about active FC-SP policies
         for a particular Fabric, managed as part of the Fibre
         Channel management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoFabricIndex           T11FabricIndex,
  t11FcSpPoPolicySummaryObjName  T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  t11FcSpPoAdminFabricName       FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoActivatedTimeStamp    TimeStamp

}

t11FcSpPoFabricIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FabricIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoPolicySummaryObjName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of this Fabric's (active) Policy Summary Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.3 and table 104."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoAdminFabricName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The administratively-specified name for this Fabric, as
         specified in the active Switch Membership List Object.
         This value is meaningful only when Static Domain_IDs are
         in use in a Fabric (see FC-SW-4).  Static Domain_IDs are
         administratively enabled by a setting of the Switch Flags

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         in each Switch Entry in the Switch Membership List Object.
         If Static Domain_IDs are not in use, this value might be
         '0000000000000000'h.
         The t11FamEnable, t11FamFabricName, and
         t11FamConfigDomainIdType objects defined in the
         T11-FC-FABRIC-ADDR-MGR-MIB module are also concerned with
         the use of an administratively-specified name for a Fabric
         and Static Domain_IDs.  When FC-SP Policy is in use in a
         Fabric, the values of t11FamEnable, t11FamFabricName, and
         t11FamConfigDomainIdType must be read-only and reflect the
         active Policy Objects.  For example, the value of
         t11FamFabricName must reflect the value of
         t11FcSpPoAdminFabricName."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 108.
          - Fibre Channel - Switch Fabric-4 (FC-SW-4),
            ANSI INCITS 418-2006, April 2006, section 7.1.
          - Fibre Channel Fabric Address Manager MIB', RFC 4439,
            March 2006."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoActivatedTimeStamp OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       TimeStamp
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The value of sysUpTime at which this Fabric's Policy
         Summary Object was last activated, or zero if the same
         Policy Summary Object has been active since the last
         restart of the management system."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoEntry 4 }

– – The table of Policy Summary Objects –

t11FcSpPoSummaryTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoSummaryEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of information about active Policy Objects listed
         within FC-SP Policy Summary Objects."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 2 }

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t11FcSpPoSummaryEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoSummaryEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one of the active
         Policy Objects listed within the Policy Summary Object for
         the Fabric identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed
         within the Fibre Channel management instance identified by
         fcmInstanceIndex.
         How many Policy Objects of a given type can be active at
         any one time for a given Fabric depends on the type, as
         specified in FC-SP.  For some types, it is one per Fabric;
         for other types, more than one can be active per Fabric.
         In both of these cases, the absence of any entries in this
         table for a particular type is equivalent to there being one
         Policy Object of that type that is empty, e.g., a Switch
         Membership List Object that identifies zero Switches."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.3 and table 104."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyNameType,
           t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyName }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSummaryTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoSummaryEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyNameType  T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyName      T11FcSpPolicyName,
  t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyType      T11FcSpPolicyObjectType,
  t11FcSpPoSummaryHashFormat      T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat,
  t11FcSpPoSummaryHashValue       T11FcSpPolicyHashValue

}

t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyNameType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyNameType {
                   nodeName(1),
                   alphaNumericName(7)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The combination of t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyNameType and
         t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyName specify the name of the Policy
         Object contained in the Policy Summary Object.

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         The type of name is 'nodeName' if the value of the
         corresponding instance of t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyType is
         'switchConnectivity', or 'alphaNumericName' otherwise."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSummaryEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyName
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The combination of t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyNameType and
         t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyName specify the name of the Policy
         Object contained in the Policy Summary Object."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSummaryEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyObjectType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The 'Identifier' that specifies the type of this
         Policy Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.3.1 and table 104."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSummaryEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoSummaryHashFormat OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The format of this Policy Object's hash value as
         contained in the corresponding instance of the
         t11FcSpPoSummaryHashValue object."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSummaryEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoSummaryHashValue OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyHashValue
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The hash value of this Policy Object, in the format
         identified by the corresponding instance of the
         t11FcSpPoSummaryHashFormat object."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSummaryEntry 5 }

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– – Switch Entries in Active Switch Membership List Objects –

t11FcSpPoSwMembTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoSwMembEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Switch Entries in active Switch Membership List
         Objects.
         One Switch Membership List Object is represented by all
         of the rows of this table that have the same values
         of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 110."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 3 }

t11FcSpPoSwMembEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoSwMembEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Switch Entry
         within the active Switch Membership List Object for the
         Fabric identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed
         within the Fibre Channel management instance identified
         by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchNameType, t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchName }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwMembTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoSwMembEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchNameType   T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchName       FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchFlags      BITS,
  t11FcSpPoSwMembDomainID         FcDomainIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoSwMembPolicyDataRole   INTEGER,
  t11FcSpPoSwMembAuthBehaviour    BITS,
  t11FcSpPoSwMembAttribute        T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent

}

t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchNameType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyNameType {
                   nodeName(1),

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                   restrictedNodeName(2),
                   wildcard(5),
                   restrictedWildcard(6)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of this object is 'nodeName' or
         'restrictedNodeName', then the combination of
         this object and t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchName specify the
         Switch Name of this Switch Entry.
         The membership is restricted or unrestricted based on the
         name type.  Restricted membership means that the Switch is
         not allowed to be part of the Fabric unless allowed by a
         specific Switch Connectivity Object.  Unrestricted
         membership means that the Switch is allowed to be part of
         the Fabric unless disallowed by a specific Switch
         Connectivity Object.
         The values of 'wildcard' and 'restrictedWildcard' provide
         the means to specify whether to allow/deny membership for
         Switches not explicitly named in the Switch Membership
         List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 110."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwMembEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the value of t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchNameType is
         'wildcard' or 'restrictedWildcard', this object has the
         value '0000000000000000'h.
         Otherwise, the combination of t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchNameType
         and this object specify the Switch Name of this Switch
         Entry."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 110."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwMembEntry 2 }

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t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchFlags OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   staticDomainID(0),
                   insistentDomainID(1),
                   serialPortsAccess(2),
                   physicalPortsAccess(3),
                   managerRole(4)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Configurable options in respect to the administration
         of Policy Objects at this Switch:
            'staticDomainID'      - if this bit is set, the Switch
         uses the 'Static Domain_IDs behavior' (as defined in
         FC-SW-4).  This bit needs to have the same setting for all
         Switches in a Fabric's Switch Membership List Object, or
         else the Fabric will partition.  If this bit is set, the
         Domain_ID for the Switch is given by the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpPoSwMembDomainID.
            'insistentDomainID'   -  if this bit is set, the
         Switch uses the 'Insistent Domain_ID behavior' (see
         t11FamConfigDomainId of T11-FC-FABRIC-ADDR-MGR-MIB), the
         Domain_ID for the Switch is given by the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpPoSwMembDomainID.
            'serialPortsAccess'   - the Switch allows management
         through serial ports when and only when this bit is set.
            'physicalPortsAccess' - the Switch allows management
         through the physical panel when and only when this bit
         is set.
            'managerRole'         - the Switch is allowed to change
         the Fabric Policy configuration (on receipt of any of the
         EACA, Enhanced Stage Fabric Configuration (ESFC), Enhanced
         Update Fabric Configuration (EUFC), ACA, SFC, or UFC
         SW_ILSs) if and only if this bit is set.
         Whenever a Fabric has Active Policy Objects, the value of
         the t11FamConfigDomainIdType object defined in the
         T11-FC-FABRIC-ADDR-MGR-MIB module must be read-only and
         reflect the values of the 'staticDomainID' and
         'insistentDomainID' bits of this object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,

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            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 112.
          - Fibre Channel - Switch Fabric-4 (FC-SW-4),
            ANSI INCITS 418-2006, April 2006, section 7.1.
          - t11FamConfigDomainIdType, T11-FC-FABRIC-ADDR-MGR-MIB,
            Fibre Channel Fabric Address Manager MIB, RFC 4439."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwMembEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoSwMembDomainID OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcDomainIdOrZero
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The specified Domain_ID value when either of the
         'staticDomainID' or 'insistentDomainID' bits are set in
         the corresponding instance of t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchFlags.
         Whenever a Fabric has Active Policy Objects, the value
         of the t11FamConfigDomainId object defined in the
         T11-FC-FABRIC-ADDR-MGR-MIB module must be read-only and
         reflect the value of this object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and tables 111 and 112.
          - t11FamConfigDomainId, T11-FC-FABRIC-ADDR-MGR-MIB,
            Fibre Channel Fabric Address Manager MIB, RFC 4439."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwMembEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoSwMembPolicyDataRole OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                   client(1),
                   autonomous(2),
                   server(3)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The role of the Switch in terms of which Policy data
         it retains/maintains:
           'client' - the Switch operates as a Client Switch.
         A Client Switch maintains its own Switch Connectivity
         Object and all Fabric-wide List Objects.  If FC-SP
         Zoning is used, a Client Switch maintains only the
         subset of the Active Zone Set that it requires to
         enforce the current Fabric Zoning configuration.

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           'autonomous' -  the Switch operates as an Autonomous
         Switch.  An Autonomous Switch maintains its own Switch
         Connectivity Object and all Fabric-wide List Objects.
         This is the same as 'client' except that if FC-SP Zoning
         is used, an Autonomous Switch maintains a complete copy
         of the Fabric Zoning Database.
           'server' - the Switch operates as a Server Switch.
         A Server Switch maintains all Fabric-wide List Objects
         and the Switch Connectivity Objects of each Switch in
         the Fabric.  If FC-SP Zoning is used, a Server Switch
         maintains a complete copy of the Fabric Zoning Database."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 113."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwMembEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoSwMembAuthBehaviour OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   mustAuthenticate(0),
                   rejectIsFailure(1)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The authentication behaviour of the Switch:
           'mustAuthenticate' - if this bit is set, all connections
         between this Switch and neighbor Switches must be
         authenticated.
           'rejectIsFailure' - if this bit is set, the rejection of
         an AUTH_Negotiate message must be considered as an
         authentication failure by this Switch."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 114."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwMembEntry 6 }

t11FcSpPoSwMembAttribute OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of an active Attribute Policy Object that is
         defined for this Switch, or the zero-length string.  The

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         zero-length string indicates that no Attribute Policy
         Object is defined for this Switch."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 110."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwMembEntry 7 }

– – Node Entries in Active Node Membership List Objects –

t11FcSpPoNoMembTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNoMembEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Node Entries in active Node Membership List
         Objects.
         One Node Membership List Object is represented by all
         of the rows of this table that have the same values
         of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 4 }

t11FcSpPoNoMembEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNoMembEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Node Entry
         within the active Node Membership List Object for the
         Fabric identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed
         within the Fibre Channel management instance identified
         by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeNameType, t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeName }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNoMembTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNoMembEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeNameType   T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeName       FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoNoMembFlags          BITS,
  t11FcSpPoNoMembCtAccessIndex  Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNoMembAttribute      T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent

}

t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeNameType OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyNameType {
                   nodeName(1),
                   restrictedNodeName(2),
                   portName(3),
                   restrictedPortName(4),
                   wildcard(5),
                   restrictedWildcard(6)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of this object is 'wildcard' or
         'restrictedWildcard', this Node Entry applies to Nodes not
         explicitly named in the Node Membership List Object.
         Otherwise, the combination of this object and
         t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeName specify the name of this Node Entry
         in the active Node Membership List Object.  A Node is
         identified by its Node Name or by one or more of its Port
         Names.
         Restricted membership means that a Node is not allowed to be
         connected to the Fabric unless allowed by a specific Switch
         Connectivity Object.  Unrestricted membership means that a
         Node is allowed to be connected to the Fabric unless
         disallowed by a specific Switch Connectivity Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 116."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNoMembEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeNameType is
         'wildcard' or 'restrictedWildcard', this object has the
         value '0000000000000000'h.
         Otherwise, the combination of t11FcSpPoNoMembNodeNameType
         and this object specify the name of this Node Entry is the
         active Node Membership List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 116."

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  ::= { t11FcSpPoNoMembEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNoMembFlags OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   scsiEnclosureAccess(0),
                   authenticationRequired(1)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Configurable options in respect to the administration
         of Policy Objects at this Node:
              'scsiEnclosureAccess'      - the Node is allowed to
         control any Switch through SCSI Enclosure Services if this
         bit is set.  If a Switch does not support SCSI Enclosure
         Services, this bit is ignored.
              'authenticationRequired'   - the Node is required to
         authenticate itself to any Switch to which it is connected
         if and only if this bit is set."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 118."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNoMembEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNoMembCtAccessIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of this object is zero, then access by this
         Node to Generic Services is not limited by a Common
         Transport Access Specifier.
         Otherwise, the limits are specified by the set of Common
         Transport Access Descriptors contained in those rows of
         the t11FcSpPoCtDescrTable for the same Fabric and for which
         the value of t11FcSpPoCtDescrSpecifierIndex is the same as
         the value of this object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            section 7.1.4.1 and tables 118/119/120/121."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNoMembEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNoMembAttribute OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of an active Attribute Policy Object that is
         defined for this Node, or the zero-length string.  The
         zero-length string indicates that no Attribute Policy
         Object is defined for this Node."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 116."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNoMembEntry 5 }

– – – Common Transport Access Descriptors –

t11FcSpPoCtDescrTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Common Transport Access Descriptors being used
         within active Policy Objects.
         A Common Transport Access Specifier is a list of Common
         Transport Access Descriptors that specify whether a Node
         is allowed to access a Generic Service or Sub-Server.
         An active Common Transport Access Specifier is represented
         by all rows of this table that have the same values of
         fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex, and
         t11FcSpPoCtDescrSpecifierIndex."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 5 }

t11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Common
         Transport Access Descriptor of an active Common Transport
         Access Specifier used within the Fabric identified by
         t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,

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           t11FcSpPoCtDescrSpecifierIndex, t11FcSpPoCtDescrIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoCtDescrTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoCtDescrSpecifierIndex   Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoCtDescrIndex            Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoCtDescrFlags            BITS,
  t11FcSpPoCtDescrGsType           OCTET STRING,
  t11FcSpPoCtDescrGsSubType        OCTET STRING

}

t11FcSpPoCtDescrSpecifierIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Common Transport Access Specifier within a Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoCtDescrIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Common Transport Access Descriptor within a Common Transport
         Access Specifier."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoCtDescrFlags OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   allow(0),
                   gsTypeWildcard(1),
                   gsSubTypeWildcard(2),
                   readOnly(3)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The flag bits that specify how access is to be limited by
         this Common Transport Access Descriptor:
  1. allow – access to the specified Generic Service and

Server is allowed if this bit is set, and is to be denied

            if this bit is not set.
  1. gsTypeWildcard – if this bit is set, the Generic Service

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            to be allowed/denied is specified by the value of
            t11FcSpPoCtDescrGsType.  If this bit is set, then the
            gsSubTypeWildcard bit must not be set.
  1. gsSubTypeWildcard – if this bit is set, the Generic

Service to be allowed/denied is specified by the value of

            t11FcSpPoCtDescrGsSubType.  If this bit is set, then the
            gsTypeWildcard bit must not be set.
  1. readOnly – if this bit is set, then access is to be

granted only for reading."

  ::= { t11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoCtDescrGsType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (1))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The GS_Type of the Generic Service (e.g., the FC-GS-5
         Management Service) that is subject to access control.
         This value is ignored if the gsTypeWildcard bit is not set
         in the corresponding value of t11FcSpPoCtDescrFlags."
  REFERENCE
         "- Fibre Channel - Generic Services-5 (FC-GS-5),
            ANSI INCITS 427-2006, section 4.3.2.4."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoCtDescrGsSubType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (1))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The GS_Subtype of the Generic Server (e.g., the Fabric Zone
         Server) that is subject to access control.  This value is
         ignored if the gsSubTypeWildcard bit is not set in the
         corresponding value of t11FcSpPoCtDescrFlags."
  REFERENCE
         "- Fibre Channel - Generic Services-5 (FC-GS-5),
            ANSI INCITS 427-2006, section 4.3.2.5."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoCtDescrEntry 5 }

– – – Switches/Nodes in Active Switch Connectivity Objects –

t11FcSpPoSwConnTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoSwConnEntry

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  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of active Switch Connectivity Objects.
         A Switch Connectivity Object defines to which other
         Switches or Nodes a particular Switch may/may not be
         connected at the Node level and/or at the Port level."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.6.1, tables 123/124."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 6 }

t11FcSpPoSwConnEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoSwConnEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains the name of either a Switch or a Node
         with which any port of a particular Switch, or a particular
         port of that Switch, is allowed or not allowed to be
         connected.
         The particular Switch is on the Fabric identified by
         t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoSwConnSwitchName, t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedType,
           t11FcSpPoSwConnPortNameOrAll,
           t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwConnTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoSwConnEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoSwConnSwitchName       FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedType      INTEGER,
  t11FcSpPoSwConnPortNameOrAll    FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedIndex     Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedNameType  T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedName      T11FcSpPolicyName

}

t11FcSpPoSwConnSwitchName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of the particular Switch for which this Switch

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         Connectivity Object specifies topology restrictions."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwConnEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER { switch(1), node(2) }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies whether this row refers to
         Switch-to-Switch or Switch-to-Node connectivity, i.e.,
         whether the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedName specifies the name of a Switch
         or the name of a Node."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwConnEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoSwConnPortNameOrAll OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE(0 | 8))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies either the particular port to which
         this topology restriction applies, or if the value is the
         zero-length string, that the topology restriction applies
         to all ports on the particular Switch.
         In the FC-SP Policy Database, restrictions for a particular
         port are formatted within a Port Connectivity Entry of a
         Switch Connectivity Object, whereas restrictions for all
         ports on the Switch are specified in the main part of a
         Switch Connectivity Object, i.e., not in a Port Connectivity
         Entry."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.6.1, tables 123/124."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwConnEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When multiple rows in this table apply to the same
         port(s) in the same Switch's Switch Connectivity Object,
         this object provides a unique index value to distinguish
         between such rows."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwConnEntry 4 }

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t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedNameType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyNameType {
                   nodeName(1),
                   restrictedNodeName(2),
                   portName(3),
                   restrictedPortName(4),
                   wildcard(5),
                   restrictedWildcard(6)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of this object is 'wildcard' or
         'restrictedWildcard', this row specifies whether
         connectivity is allowed/not allowed with entities not
         explicitly named by other rows.
         Otherwise, the combination of t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedNameType
         and t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedName specify the name of:
  1. a Switch (if t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedType = 'switch'), or
  2. a Node (if t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedType = 'node')
         to which connectivity is:
  1. allowed by 'nodeName' and 'portName',
  2. not allowed by 'restrictedNodeName' and

'restrictedPortName'."

  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwConnEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyName (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedNameType is
         'wildcard' or 'restrictedWildcard', this object has the
         value '0000000000000000'h.
         Otherwise, the combination of t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedNameType
         and t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedName specify the name of:
  1. a Switch (if t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedType = 'switch'), or
  2. a Node (if t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedType = 'node')
         to which connectivity is allowed/restricted."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoSwConnEntry 6 }

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– – IP Management Entries in Active IP Management List Objects –

t11FcSpPoIpMgmtTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of IP Management Entries in active IP Management
         List Objects.  An IP Management List Object is a
         Fabric-wide Policy Object that describes which IP hosts
         are allowed to manage a Fabric.
         One IP Management List Object is represented by all
         of the rows of this table that have the same values
         of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7"
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 7 }

t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one IP Management
         Entry within the active IP Management List Object for the
         Fabric identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed
         within the Fibre Channel management instance identified
         by fcmInstanceIndex.
         The Policy Object Name of an IP Management Entry Policy
         Object is either an IPv6 Address Range or an IPv4 Address
         Range, where in each case, the range is specified as two
         addresses: the low and high ends of the range.  In
         particular, since the Policy Object Name in this situation
         can only be an IPv6 Address Range or an IPv4 Address Range,
         it is represented here by three MIB objects defined as a
         (InetAddressType, InetAddress, InetAddress) tuple, in which
         the first address is the low end of the range, the second
         address is the high end of the range, and both addresses are
         of the type designated by InetAddressType.
         In theory, the use of t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameLow and
         t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameHigh (which both have the syntax

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         of InetAddress) in the INDEX could cause the need for
         excessively long OIDs.  In practice, this can't happen
         because FC-SP doesn't allow these objects to be specified
         as DNS names."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameType,
           t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameLow,
           t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameHigh }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoIpMgmtTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameType   InetAddressType,
  t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameLow    InetAddress,
  t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameHigh   InetAddress,
  t11FcSpPoIpMgmtWkpIndex        Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoIpMgmtAttribute       T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent

}

t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InetAddressType
               -- INTEGER { ipv4(1), ipv6(2) }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The combination of t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameType,
         t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameLow, and t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameHigh
         specify the Internet address range of this IP Management
         Entry in the IP Management List Object.
         The FC-SP specification does not allow the use of a
         DNS domain name to specify the address at the lower end
         or at the higher end of the Internet address range, nor does
         it allow the specification of a zone index.  Therefore, the
         type of address must be one of: 'ipv4', or 'ipv6'."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            sections 7.1.7.1 & 7.1.2, tables 103/126."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameLow OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InetAddress (SIZE(4 | 16))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The lower end of an Internet address range.  The type
         of this address is given by the corresponding instance
         of t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameType.

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         The combination of t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameType,
         t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameLow, and t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameHigh
         specify the Internet address range of this IP Management
         Entry in the IP Management List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            sections 7.1.7.1 & 7.1.2, tables 103/126."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameHigh OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InetAddress (SIZE(4 | 16))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The higher end of an Internet address range.  The type
         of this address is given by the corresponding instance
         of t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntryNameType.
         The combination of t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameType,
         t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameLow, and t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameHigh
         specify the Internet address range of this IP Management
         Entry in the IP Management List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, sections 7.1.7.1 & 7.1.2, tables 103/126."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoIpMgmtWkpIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object identifies the restrictions for IP management
         access by IP hosts in this range of IP addresses, specified
         as the set of Well-Known Protocols Access Descriptors
         contained in those rows of the t11FcSpPoWkpDescrTable for
         which the value of t11FcSpPoWkpDescrSpecifierIndex is the
         same as the value of this object.  A value of zero indicates
         that this IP Management Entry does not identify a Well-Known
         Protocols Access Specifier."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and tables 127/129."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry 4 }

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t11FcSpPoIpMgmtAttribute OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of an active Attribute Policy Object that is
         defined for this IP Management entry or the zero-length
         string.  The zero-length string indicates that no Attribute
         Policy Object is defined for this IP Management entry."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 128."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoIpMgmtEntry 5 }

– – Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptors –

t11FcSpPoWkpDescrTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of the Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptors
         being used within active Policy Objects.
         A Well-Known Protocol Access Specifier is a list of
         Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptors each of which
         specifies a protocol number, a port number, and/or various
         flags specifying how IP management access is restricted.
         A Well-Known Protocol Transport Access Specifier is
         represented by all rows of this table that have the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
         and t11FcSpPoWkpDescrSpecifierIndex."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 8 }

t11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Well-Known
         Protocol Access Descriptor of a Well-Known Protocol
         Access Specifier used within the Fabric identified by
         t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex."

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  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoWkpDescrSpecifierIndex, t11FcSpPoWkpDescrIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoWkpDescrTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoWkpDescrSpecifierIndex   Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoWkpDescrIndex            Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoWkpDescrFlags            BITS,
  t11FcSpPoWkpDescrWkpNumber        Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoWkpDescrDestPort         InetPortNumber

}

t11FcSpPoWkpDescrSpecifierIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Well-Known Protocol Access Specifier within a Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoWkpDescrIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptor within a Well-Known
         Protocol Access Specifier."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoWkpDescrFlags OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   allow(0),
                   wkpWildcard(1),
                   destPortWildcard(2),
                   readOnly(3)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The flag bits that specify how access is to be limited by
         this Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptor:
  1. allow – IP management access using this protocol/port

is allowed if this bit is set, and to be denied if this

            bit is not set.

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  1. wkpWildcard – if this bit is set, the IP Protocol number

of the Well-Known Protocol to be allowed/denied is

            specified by the value of t11FcSpPoWkpDescrWkpNumber.
  1. destPortWildcard – if this bit is set, the Destination

(TCP/UDP) Port number of the Well-Known Protocol to be

            allowed/denied is specified by the value of
            t11FcSpPoWkpDescrDestPort.
  1. readOnly – if this bit is set, then access is to be

granted only for reading."

  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 131."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoWkpDescrWkpNumber OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..255)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the 'wkpWildcard' bit is set in the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpPoWkpDescrFlags, this object specifies
         the IP protocol number of the Well-Known Protocol."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 131.
          - http://www.iana.org/assignments/protocol-numbers."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoWkpDescrDestPort OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InetPortNumber
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the 'destPortWildcard' bit is set in the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpPoWkpDescrFlags, this object specifies
         the Destination (TCP/UDP) Port number of the Well-Known
         Protocol.  When the 'destPortWildcard' bit is reset, this
         object is ignored (and can have the value zero)."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 131.
          - http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoWkpDescrEntry 5 }

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– – Attribute Entries in Active Attribute Policy Objects –

t11FcSpPoAttribTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoAttribEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of the Attribute Policy Objects being used within
         active Policy Objects.  In the FC-SP Policy Database, each
         Attribute Policy Object consists of an Attribute Object Name
         and a set of Attribute Entries.
         An active Attribute Policy Object is represented by all the
         Attribute Entries in this table that have the same value
         of t11FcSpPoAttribName."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 9 }

t11FcSpPoAttribEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoAttribEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each row contains information specific to an Attribute
         Entry contained within an Attribute Policy Object that is
         active within the Fabric identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex
         and managed within the Fibre Channel management instance
         identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         For some types of Attribute Policy Objects, it is valuable
         to break out some semantically significant parts of the
         Policy Object's value into their own individual MIB
         objects; for example, to extract the one or more individual
         Authentication Protocol Identifiers and associated
         Authentication Protocol Parameters out of an Attribute
         Object containing a 'AUTH_Negotiate Message Payload'.
         For such types, another MIB table is defined to hold the
         extracted values in MIB objects specific to the Attribute
         Policy Object's type.  In such cases, the
         t11FcSpPoAttribExtension object in this table points to the
         other MIB table.
         If the value of one Attribute Entry is too large (more than
         256 bytes) to be contained within the value of one instance
         of t11FcSpPoAttribValue, then one row in this table contains
         the first 256 bytes, and one (or more) other row(s) in this
         table contain the rest of the value."

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  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoAttribName, t11FcSpPoAttribEntryIndex,
           t11FcSpPoAttribPartIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAttribTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoAttribEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoAttribName         T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  t11FcSpPoAttribEntryIndex   Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoAttribPartIndex    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoAttribType         Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoAttribValue        OCTET STRING,
  t11FcSpPoAttribExtension    OBJECT IDENTIFIER

}

t11FcSpPoAttribName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of the Attribute Policy Object containing one
         or more Attribute Entries."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.8.1 and table 133."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAttribEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoAttribEntryIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A unique value to distinguish this Attribute Entry
         from other Attribute Entries contained in the same
         Attribute Policy Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.8.1, tables 133/134."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAttribEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoAttribPartIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the value of an Attribute Entry is shorter than 257
         bytes, the whole value is contained in one instance of

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         t11FcSpPoAttribValue, and the value of this object is 1.
         If the value of an Attribute Entry is longer than 256 bytes,
         then that value is divided up on 256-byte boundaries such
         that all parts are 256 bytes long except the last part, which
         is shorter if necessary, with each such part contained in
         a separate row of this table, and the value of this object
         is set to the part number.  That is, this object has the
         value of 1 for bytes 0-255, the value of 2 for bytes
         256-511, etc."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.8.1, tables 134/135."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAttribEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoAttribType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The type of attribute.  The first type to be defined is:
         t11FcSpPoAttribType    t11FcSpPoAttribValue
         ===================    ====================
           '00000001'h          The AUTH_Negotiate Message Payload
         "
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            section 7.1.8.1, tables 134/135 and table 10."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAttribEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoAttribValue OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The value of an Attribute Entry is divided up on 256-byte
         boundaries such that all parts are 256 bytes long except the
         last part, which is shorter if necessary, and each such part
         is contained in a separate instance of this object.
         The value of this object is independent of whether some
         parts of its value are broken out into separate MIB objects
         pointed to by the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoAttribExtension."
  REFERENCE

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         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            section 7.1.8.1, tables 134/135 and table 10."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAttribEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoAttribExtension OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OBJECT IDENTIFIER
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "For some types of Attribute Policy Object, the value of
         this MIB object points to type-specific MIB objects that
         contain individual/broken-out parts of the Attribute Policy
         Object's value.  If this object doesn't point to such
         type-specific MIB objects, then it contains the value:
         zeroDotZero.
         In particular, when the value of t11FcSpPoAttribType
         indicates 'AUTH_Negotiate Message Payload', one or more
         Authentication Protocol Identifiers and their associated
         Authentication Protocol Parameters are embedded within the
         value of the corresponding instance of t11FcSpPoAttribValue;
         MIB objects to contain these individual values are defined
         in the t11FcSpPoAuthProtTable.  Thus, for an 'AUTH_Negotiate
         Message Payload' Attribute, the value of this object
         contains an OID within the t11FcSpPoAuthProtTable, e.g.,
         of the whole table, of an individual row, or of an individual
         instance within the table."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAttribEntry 6 }

– – Auth. Protocol Parameters in Active Attribute Policy Objects –

t11FcSpPoAuthProtTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoAuthProtEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Authentication Protocol Identifier and
         Authentication Protocol Parameters that are embedded in
         Attribute Policy Objects being used within active Policy
         Objects.
         This table is used for Attribute Entries of Attribute Policy
         Objects for which the value of t11FcSpPoAttribType indicates
         'AUTH_Negotiate Message Payload' and the value of
         t11FcSpPoAttribExtension contains the OID of this table."

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  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            sections 5.3.2 & 7.1.8.1, tables 134/135 and tables
            10/11."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoActive 10 }

t11FcSpPoAuthProtEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoAuthProtEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about an Authentication
         Protocol that is extracted out of the Attribute Entry
         (identified by t11FcSpPoAttribEntryIndex) of the Policy
         Attribute Object (identified by t11FcSpPoAttribName), which
         is active within the Fabric identified by
         t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         If the value of one Attribute Protocol Parameters string is
         too large (more than 256 bytes) to be contained within the
         value of one instance of t11FcSpPoAuthProtParams, then one
         row in this table contains the first 256 bytes, and one (or
         more) other row(s) in this table contain the rest of the
         value."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoAttribName, t11FcSpPoAttribEntryIndex,
           t11FcSpPoAuthProtIdentifier,
           t11FcSpPoAuthProtPartIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAuthProtTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoAuthProtEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoAuthProtIdentifier   Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoAuthProtPartIndex    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoAuthProtParams       OCTET STRING

}

t11FcSpPoAuthProtIdentifier OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The Authentication Protocol Identifier:
                  1      = DH-CHAP
                  2      = FCAP
                  3      = FCPAP

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                  4      = IKEv2
                  5      = IKEv2-AUTH
            240 thru 255 = Vendor Specific Protocols
          all other values are 'Reserved' (by T11)."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.3.2, table 11."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAuthProtEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoAuthProtPartIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the value of an Attribute Protocol Parameters string
         is shorter than 257 bytes, the whole value is contained in
         one instance of t11FcSpPoAuthProtParams, and the value of
         this object is 1. (This includes the case when the Attribute
         Protocol Parameters string is zero bytes in length.)
         If the value of an Authentication Protocol Parameters string
         is longer than 256 bytes, then that value is divided up on
         256-byte boundaries such that all parts are 256 bytes long
         except the last part, which is shorter if necessary, with
         each such part contained in a separate row of this table,
         and the value of this object is set to the part number.
         That is, this object has the value of 1 for bytes 0-255,
         the value of 2 for bytes 256-511, etc."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.3.2, table 10."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAuthProtEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoAuthProtParams OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The value of an Authentication Protocol Parameters string
         is divided up on 256-byte boundaries such that all parts
         are 256 bytes long except the last part, which is shorter
         if necessary, and each such part is contained in a
         separate instance of this object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,

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            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.3.2, table 10."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoAuthProtEntry 3 }

– – Part 2 - Activate/De-Activate Operations –

– – Objects to Invoke Activate/De-Activate Operations –

t11FcSpPoOperTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoOperEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table that allows Activate and Deactivate operations
         to be invoked for FC-SP Policies on various Fabrics.
         Activating a new policy configuration is a two-step
         process:
          1) create a single Policy Summary Object as a set of rows
             in the t11FcSpPoNaSummaryTable specifying a set of
             Policy Objects that describe the new configuration; and
          2) activate that Policy Summary Object using the
             t11FcSpPoOperActivate object defined in this table.
         Deactivating the current policy configuration is a one-step
         process: the current Policy Summary Object is deactivated
         using the t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate object."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoOperations 1 }

t11FcSpPoOperEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoOperEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry allows an Activate and/or Deactivate operation
         to be invoked on a particular Fabric, which is managed as
         part of the Fibre Channel management instance identified
         by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoOperTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoOperEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoOperActivate     T11FcSpAlphaNumName,

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  t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate   T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  t11FcSpPoOperResult       INTEGER,
  t11FcSpPoOperFailCause    SnmpAdminString

}

t11FcSpPoOperActivate OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Writing the name of a Policy Summary Object into this
         object is a request to activate the policy configuration
         described by the combination of all rows in
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryTable that have that name as their
         value of t11FcSpPoNaSummaryName and are for the same
         Fabric.
         Before issuing such a request, the relevant rows in the
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryTable must exist and represent a complete
         and consistent Policy Summary Object.  If they do not, the
         request will fail, with t11FcSpPoOperResult having the
         'badSummaryObject' value.
         When read, the value of this object is always the zero-
         length string.
         Writing to this object does not delete (or in any way
         affect) any rows in the MIB tables for non-active
         Policy Objects."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3.6.2"
  ::= { t11FcSpPoOperEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Writing the current value of t11FcSpPoPolicySummaryObjName
         into this object (for a particular Fabric) is a request
         to deactivate that Fabric's current policy configuration.
         Writing any other value into this object is an error
         (e.g., 'wrongValue').
         When read, the value of this object is always the zero-
         length string."

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  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3.6.3"
  ::= { t11FcSpPoOperEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoOperResult OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                   activateSuccess(1),
                   badSummaryObject(2),
                   activateFailure(3),
                   deactivateSuccess(4),
                   deactivateFailure(5),
                   inProgress(6),
                   none(7)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object indicates the status/result of the last
         activation/deactivation that was invoked via the
         corresponding instance of t11FcSpPoOperActivate or
         t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate.
         When the value of this object is 'inProgress', the
         values of the corresponding instances of
         t11FcSpPoOperActivate and t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate
         cannot be modified.
         The value 'badSummaryObject' indicates an activation
         request that did not name a complete and consistent
         Policy Summary Object.
         The value 'none' indicates activation/deactivation
         has not been attempted since the last restart of
         the management system."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoOperEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoOperFailCause OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..64))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A textual message indicating the reason for the
         most recent activation/deactivation failure, or the
         zero-length string if no information is available
         (e.g., because the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoOperResult has the value 'none').

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         When the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoOperResult is either 'activateFailure'
         or 'deactivateFailure', the value of this object
         indicates the reason for that failure."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoOperEntry 4 }

– – Part 3 - Non-Active Policy Objects –

– – Non-Active Policy Summary Objects Available for Activation –

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of non-active Policy Summary Objects available
         to be activated.
         The functionality of this table deviates slightly from FC-SP
         in that FC-SP specifies that the only Policy Summary Object
         is the Active one, i.e., FC-SP does not store non-active
         Policy Summary Objects in the Policy Database.  Instead,
         FC-SP requires a new Policy Summary Object to be created
         for, and embedded within, every Activate (APS) request.
         Thus, the newly created Policy Summary Object outlasts the
         APS request only as the new active Policy Summary Object and
         only if the APS succeeds.  In contrast, the Activate
         operation provided by this MIB module consists of two steps:
         1) create a non-active Policy Summary Object as a set of
            entries in this table describing a new configuration;
         2) activate a Policy Summary Object (stored as a set of
            entries in this table) using t11FcSpPoOperActivate.
         These two steps are only loosely connected, i.e., the result
         of the first operation is a non-active Policy Summary Object
         that is retained (in this table) even if it isn't
         immediately activated.  Even after an attempt to activate
         it succeeds or fails, a non-active Policy Summary Object
         is not deleted, but is retained and still available for
         subsequent modification/re-use."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one non-active
         Policy Object within a non-active Policy Summary Object
         defined for potential use on the Fabric identified by
         t11FcSpPoFabricIndex, and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         A non-active Policy Summary Object is described by a set
         of entries in this table that have the same value of
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryName.
         As and when a Policy Summary Object is activated using the
         t11FcSpPoOperActivate object, if the activation is
         successful, existing rows (if any) in MIB tables for active
         Policy Objects are deleted and replaced by the appropriate
         new set of rows.  Existing rows in this table and/or in
         other tables for non-active Policy Objects are not
         affected by the activate operation.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.3 and table 104."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaSummaryName, t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyType,
           t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryName            T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyType      T11FcSpPolicyObjectType,
  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyIndex     Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyNameType  T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyName      T11FcSpPolicyName,
  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashStatus      T11FcSpHashCalculationStatus,
  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashFormat      T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat,
  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashValue       T11FcSpPolicyHashValue,
  t11FcSpPoNaSummaryRowStatus       RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName

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  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of the non-active Policy Summary Object that
         contains this Policy Object."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyObjectType
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The 'Identifier' (i.e., the type) of this Policy Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.3.1 and table 104."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A unique integer value to distinguish this Policy Object
         from any others that have the same type and that are
         contained in the same Policy Summary Object."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyNameType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyNameType {
                   nodeName(1),
                   alphaNumericName(7)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The combination of t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyNameType and
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyName specify the name of the
         non-active Policy Object identified by this row.
         The type of name must be 'nodeName' if the value of the
         corresponding instance of t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyType is
         'switchConnectivity', or 'alphaNumericName' otherwise."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyName

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  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The combination of t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyNameType and
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyName specify the name of the
         non-active Policy Object identified by this row."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpHashCalculationStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When read, the value of this object is either:
           correct -- the corresponding instance of
                      t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashValue contains
                      the correct value; or
           stale   -- the corresponding instance of
                      t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashValue contains
                      a stale (possibly incorrect) value;
         Writing a value of 'calculate' is a request to re-calculate
         and update the value of the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashValue.  Writing a value of 'correct'
        or 'stale' to this object is an error (e.g., 'wrongValue')."
  DEFVAL      { stale }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 6 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashFormat OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The format of this Policy Object's hash value as
         contained in the corresponding instance of the
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashValue object."
  DEFVAL      { '00000001'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 7 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashValue OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyHashValue
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The hash value of this Policy Object, in the format
         identified by the corresponding instance of the
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashFormat object."

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  DEFVAL      { "" }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 8 }

t11FcSpPoNaSummaryRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.
         Before a row in this table can have 'active' status,
         a non-Active Policy Object must already be represented
         in the table corresponding to the value of
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyType with the name given by the
         combination of t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyNameType and
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyName.  If such a Policy Object gets
         deleted from the relevant table, the row in this table must
         also get deleted.
         When a row has 'active' status, the only write-able MIB
         objects in this table are t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashStatus and
         t11FcSpPoNaSummaryRowStatus."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSummaryEntry 9 }

– – Non-Active Switch Membership List Objects –

t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaSwListEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of non-active Switch Membership List Objects."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 108."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwListEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaSwListEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one non-active
         Switch Membership List Object for the Fabric identified
         by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre

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         Channel management instance identified by
         fcmInstanceIndex.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaSwListName }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaSwListEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaSwListName         T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwListFabricName   FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwListRowStatus    RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaSwListName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of the Switch Membership List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 108."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwListEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwListFabricName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The administratively specified Fabric_Name.  This value
         is meaningful only when static Domain_IDs are used in a
         Fabric.  If Static Domain_IDs are not used, the Fabric_Name
         is dynamically determined, in which case the value of this
         object can be '0000000000000000'h or the zero-length
         string."
  REFERENCE
         "- t11FamConfigDomainId, T11-FC-FABRIC-ADDR-MGR-MIB,
            Fibre Channel Fabric Address Manager MIB, RFC 4439;
          - ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, table 108."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwListEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwListRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time.
         If a row in this table is deleted, any row in the
         t11FcSpPoNaSwMembTable for the same Switch Membership
         List Object will also get deleted."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwListEntry 3 }

– – Switch Entries in Non-Active Switch Membership List Objects –

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Switch Entries in non-active Switch Membership
         List Objects."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 110."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Switch that
         is listed in a Switch Entry of a non-active Switch Membership
         List Object for the Fabric identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex
         and managed within the Fibre Channel management instance
         identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         A row cannot exist unless there is a row in
         t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable for the given Switch Membership List
         Object, i.e., the row in t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable for a
         Switch Membership List Object must be created before (or
         simultaneously with) a row in this table for a Switch
         Entry in that Switch Membership List Object, and when a
         row in t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable is deleted, all rows in this
         table for Switch Entries in that Switch Membership List

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         Object also get deleted.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaSwListName,
           t11FcSpPoNaSwMembSwitchNameType,
           t11FcSpPoNaSwMembSwitchName }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaSwMembSwitchNameType   T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwMembSwitchName       FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwMembFlags            BITS,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwMembDomainID         FcDomainIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwMembPolicyDataRole   INTEGER,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwMembAuthBehaviour    BITS,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwMembAttribute        T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwMembRowStatus        RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembSwitchNameType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyNameType {
                   nodeName(1),
                   restrictedNodeName(2),
                   wildcard(5),
                   restrictedWildcard(6)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of this object is 'nodeName' or
         'restrictedNodeName', then the combination of
         this object and t11FcSpPoNaSwMembSwitchName specify the
         Switch Name of this Switch Entry.
         The membership is restricted or unrestricted based on the
         name type.  Restricted membership means that the Switch is
         not allowed to be part of the Fabric unless allowed by a
         specific Switch Connectivity Object.  Unrestricted
         membership means that the Switch is allowed to be part of
         the Fabric unless disallowed by a specific Switch
         Connectivity Object.
         The values of 'wildcard' and 'restrictedWildcard' provide
         the means to specify whether to allow/deny membership for
         Switches not explicitly named in the Switch Membership

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         List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 110."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembSwitchName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchNameType is
         'wildcard' or 'restrictedWildcard', this object has the
         value '0000000000000000'h.
         Otherwise, the combination of
         t11FcSpPoNaSwMembSwitchNameType and this object specify the
         Switch Name of this Switch Entry."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 110."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembFlags OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   staticDomainID(0),
                   insistentDomainID(1),
                   serialPortsAccess(2),
                   physicalPortsAccess(3),
                   managerRole(4)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Configurable options in respect to the administration
         of Policy Objects at this Switch:
            'staticDomainID'     - the Switch uses the 'Static
         Domain_IDs behavior' (as defined in FC-SW-4) when this bit
         is set.  This bit should have the same setting for all
         Switches in a Fabric's Switch Membership List Object, or
         else the Fabric will partition.  If this bit is set,
         the 'insistentDomainID' bit must not be set.
            'insistentDomainID'  - if this bit is set, the Switch
         uses the 'Insistent Domain_IDs behavior' (as defined in

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         FC-SW-4), and the 'staticDomainID' bit must not be set.
            'serialPortsAccess'  - the Switch allows management
         through serial ports when and only when this bit is set.
            'physicalPortsAccess' - the Switch allows management
         through the physical panel when and only when this bit
         is set.
            'managerRole'        - the Switch is allowed to change
         the Fabric Policy configuration (on receipt of any of the
         EACA, ESFC, EUFC, ACA, SFC, or UFC SW_ILSs) if this bit is
         set."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 112."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembDomainID OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcDomainIdOrZero
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The Domain_ID to be used when either the 'staticDomainID'
         bit or the 'insistentDomainID' bit is set in the
         corresponding value of t11FcSpPoNaSwMembFlags."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and tables 111 and 112."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembPolicyDataRole OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                   client(1),
                   autonomous(2),
                   server(3)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The role of the Switch in terms of which Policy data
         it retains/maintains:
           'client' - the Switch operates as a Client Switch.
         A Client Switch maintains its own Switch Connectivity
         Object and all Fabric-wide List Objects.  If FC-SP

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         Zoning is used, a Client Switch maintains only the
         subset of the Active Zone Set that it requires to
         enforce the current Fabric Zoning configuration.
           'autonomous' -  the Switch operates as an Autonomous
         Switch.  An Autonomous Switch maintains its own Switch
         Connectivity Object and all Fabric-wide List Objects.
         This is the same as 'client' except that if FC-SP Zoning
         is used, an Autonomous Switch maintains a complete copy
         of the Fabric Zoning Database.
           'server' - the Switch operates as a Server Switch.
         A Server Switch maintains all Fabric-wide List Objects
         and the Switch Connectivity Objects of each Switch in
         the Fabric.  If FC-SP Zoning is used, a Server Switch
         maintains a complete copy of the Fabric Zoning Database."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 113."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembAuthBehaviour OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                    mustAuthenticate(0),
                    rejectIsFailure(1)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The authentication behaviour of the Switch:
           'mustAuthenticate' - if this bit is set, all connections
         between this Switch and neighbor Switches must be
         authenticated.
           'rejectIsFailure' - if this bit is set, the rejection of
         an AUTH_Negotiate message must be considered as an
         authentication failure by this Switch."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 114."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry 6 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembAttribute OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create

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  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of a non-active Attribute Policy Object that
         is defined for this Switch.  The zero-length string
         indicates that no non-active Attribute Policy Object is
         defined for this Switch.
         The effect of having no rows in the t11FcSpPoNaAttribTable
         for which the value of t11FcSpPoNaAttribName is the
         same as the value of this object, is the same as
         this object's value being the zero-length string."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 110."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry 7 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwMembRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time.
         A row cannot exist unless there is a row in the
         t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable for the Switch Membership List
         Object containing the Switch Entry for this Switch, i.e.,
         the row in t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable for a Switch Membership
         List Object must be created before (or simultaneously)
         with a row in this table for a Switch Entry in that
         Switch Membership List Object; and when a row in
         t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable is deleted, any row in this
         table for a Switch Entry in that Switch Membership
         List Object also gets deleted."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwMembEntry 8 }

– – Node Entries in Non-Active Node Membership List Objects –

t11FcSpPoNaNoMembTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Node Entries in non-active Node Membership List
         Objects.

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         One Node Membership List Object is represented by all
         the rows in this table that have the same value of
         t11FcSpPoNaNoMembListName."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Node Entry of
         a non-active Node Membership List Object for the Fabric
         identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within
         the Fibre Channel management instance identified by
         fcmInstanceIndex.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaNoMembListName,
           t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeNameType,
           t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeName }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaNoMembTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaNoMembListName       T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeNameType   T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeName       FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoNaNoMembFlags          BITS,
  t11FcSpPoNaNoMembCtAccessIndex  Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaNoMembAttribute      T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent,
  t11FcSpPoNaNoMembRowStatus      RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaNoMembListName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of the non-active Node Membership List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 116."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeNameType OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyNameType {
                   nodeName(1),
                   restrictedNodeName(2),
                   portName(3),
                   restrictedPortName(4),
                   wildcard(5),
                   restrictedWildcard(6)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of this object is 'wildcard' or
         'restrictedWildcard', this Node Entry applies to Nodes not
         explicitly named in the Node Membership List Object.
         Otherwise, the combination of this object and
         t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeName specify the name of this Node Entry
         in the active Node Membership List Object.  A Node is
         identified by its Node Name or by one or more of its Port
         Names.
         Restricted membership means that a Node is not allowed to be
         connected to the Fabric unless allowed by a specific Switch
         Connectivity Object.  Unrestricted membership means that a
         Node is allowed to be connected to the Fabric unless
         disallowed by a specific Switch Connectivity Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 116."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeNameType is
         'wildcard' or 'restrictedWildcard', this object has the
         value '0000000000000000'h.
         Otherwise, the combination of t11FcSpPoNaNoMembNodeNameType
         and this object specify the name of this Node Entry is the
         active Node Membership List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 116."

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  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaNoMembFlags OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   scsiEnclosureAccess(0),
                   authenticationRequired(1)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Configurable options in respect to the administration
         of Policy Objects at this Node:
              'scsiEnclosureAccess'      - the Node is allowed to
         control any Switch through SCSI Enclosure Services if this
         bit is set.  If a Switch does not support SCSI Enclosure
         Services, this bit is ignored.
              'authenticationRequired'   - the Node is required to
         authenticate itself to any Switch to which it is connected
         if and only if this bit is set."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 118."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaNoMembCtAccessIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of this object is zero, then access by this
         Node to Generic Services is not limited by a Common
         Transport Access Specifier.
         Otherwise, the limits are specified by the set of Common
         Transport Access Descriptors contained in those rows of
         the t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrTable for which the value of
         t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrSpecifierIndex is the same as the value
         of this object.  No such rows in t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrTable
         have the same effect as this object's value being zero."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            section 7.1.4.1 and tables 118/119/120/121."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry 5 }

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t11FcSpPoNaNoMembAttribute OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of a non-active Attribute Policy Object that
         is defined for this Node.  The zero-length string indicates
         that no non-active Attribute Policy Object is defined for
         this Node.
         The effect of having no rows in the t11FcSpPoNaAttribTable
         for which the value of t11FcSpPoNaAttribName is the
         same as the value of this object, is the same as
         this object's value being the zero-length string."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.4.1 and table 116."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry 6 }

t11FcSpPoNaNoMembRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaNoMembEntry 7 }

– – – Non-Active Common Transport Access Descriptors –

t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Common Transport Access Descriptors referenced
         by non-active Policy Objects.
         A Common Transport Access Specifier is a list of Common
         Transport Access Descriptors that specify whether a Node
         is allowed to access a Generic Service or Sub-Server.
         A non-active Common Transport Access Specifier is
         represented by all rows of this table that have the same

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         values of fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex, and
         t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrSpecifierIndex."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.5"
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 5 }

t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Common Transport
         Access Descriptor of an non-active Common Transport Access
         Specifier used within the Fabric identified by
         t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrSpecifierIndex, t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrSpecifierIndex   Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrIndex            Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrFlags            BITS,
  t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsType           OCTET STRING,
  t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsSubType        OCTET STRING,
  t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrRowStatus        RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrSpecifierIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Common Transport Access Specifier within a Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current

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  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Common Transport Access Descriptor within a Common Transport
         Access Specifier."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrFlags OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   allow(0),
                   gsTypeWildcard(1),
                   gsSubTypeWildcard(2),
                   readOnly(3)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The flag bits that specify how access is to be limited by
         this Common Transport Access Descriptor:
  1. allow – access to the specified Generic Service and

Server is allowed if this bit is set, and is to be denied

            if this bit is not set.
  1. gsTypeWildcard – if this bit is set, the Generic Service

to be allowed/denied is specified by the value of

            t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsType, and the gsSubTypeWildcard bit
            must not also be set.
  1. gsSubTypeWildcard – if this bit is set, the Generic

Service to be allowed/denied is specified by the value of

            t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsSubType, and the gsTypeWildcard bit
            must not also be set.
  1. readOnly – if this bit is set, then access is to be

granted only for reading."

  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            section 7.1.5.1, and tables 117, 118, and 120."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (1))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The GS_Type of the Generic Service (e.g., the FC-GS-5
         Management Service) that is subject to access control.

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         This value is ignored if the gsTypeWildcard bit is not set
         in the corresponding value of t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrFlags."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 427-2006,
            Fibre Channel - Generic Services-5 (FC-GS-5),
            section 4.3.2.4.
          - ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.5.1 and table 120."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsSubType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (1))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The GS_Subtype of the Generic Server (e.g., the Fabric Zone
         Server) that is subject to access control.  This value is
         ignored if the gsSubTypeWildcard bit is not set in the
         corresponding value of t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrFlags."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 427-2006,
            Fibre Channel - Generic Services-5 (FC-GS-5),
            section 4.3.2.5.
          - ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.5.1 and table 120."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrEntry 6 }

– – Switches/Nodes in Non-Active Switch Connectivity Objects –

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of non-active Switch Connectivity Objects.

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         A Switch Connectivity Object defines to which other
         Switches or Nodes a particular Switch may/may not be
         connected at the Node level and/or at the Port level."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.6."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 6 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains the name of a Switch/Node with which
         any port of a particular Switch on a particular Fabric, or
         a particular port on that Switch, is allowed or not allowed
         to be connected.
         The particular Fabric is identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex
         and managed within the Fibre Channel management instance
         identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaSwConnSwitchName,
           t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedType,
           t11FcSpPoNaSwConnPortNameOrAll,
           t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwConnTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaSwConnSwitchName       FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedType      INTEGER,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwConnPortNameOrAll    FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedIndex     Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedNameType  T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedName      FcNameIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpPoNaSwConnRowStatus        RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnSwitchName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION

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         "The name of the Switch for which this Switch Connectivity
         Object specifies topology restrictions."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.6.1 and table 123."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER { switch(1), node(2) }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies whether this row refers to an
         'Allowed Switch' that concerns Switch-to-Switch
         connectivity or an 'Allowed Node' that concerns
         Switch-to-Node connectivity.  Consequently, this object's
         value indicates whether the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedName specifies the name of a Switch
         or the name of a Node."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.6.1 and table 123."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnPortNameOrAll OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE(0 | 8))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies either the particular port on which
         this topology restriction applies, or if the value is the
         zero-length string, that the topology restriction applies
         to all ports of the Switch.
         In other words, if this object's value contains the name of
         a port, then this row represents a 'Port Connectivity Entry'
         (as described in FC-SP) within a Switch Connectivity Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.6.1 and tables 123/124."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible

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  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When multiple rows in this table refer to different
         'Allowed Switches' or to different 'Allowed Nodes' for the
         same port(s) in the same Switch Connectivity Object, this
         object provides a unique index value to distinguish between
         such rows."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedNameType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPolicyNameType {
                   nodeName(1),
                   restrictedNodeName(2),
                   portName(3),
                   restrictedPortName(4),
                   wildcard(5),
                   restrictedWildcard(6)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If the value of this object is 'wildcard' or
         'restrictedWildcard', this row specifies whether
         connectivity is allowed/not allowed with entities not
         explicitly named by other rows.
         Otherwise, the combination of
         t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedNameType and
         t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedName specify the name of:
  1. a Switch (if t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedType = 'switch'), or
  2. a Node (if t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedType = 'node')
         to which connectivity is allowed/not allowed."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.6.1 and tables 123/124."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE (8))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "If t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedNameType has the value
         'wildcard' or 'restrictedWildcard', this object has the
         value '0000000000000000'h.

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         Otherwise, the combination of
         t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedNameType and
         t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedName specify the name of:
  1. a Switch (if t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedType = 'switch'), or
  2. a Node (if t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedType = 'node')
         to which connectivity is allowed/not allowed."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.6.1 and tables 123/124."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry 6 }

t11FcSpPoNaSwConnRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaSwConnEntry 7 }

– – IP Management Entries in Non-Active IP Management List Objects –

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of IP Management Entries in non-active IP
         Management List Objects.  The IP Management List Object is a
         Fabric-wide Policy Object that describes which IP hosts are
         allowed to manage a Fabric.
         One non-active IP Management List Object is represented by
         all rows of this table that have the same values of
         fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 7 }

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one IP Management

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         entry within a non-active IP Management List Object for the
         Fabric identified by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed
         within the Fibre Channel management instance identified
         by fcmInstanceIndex.
         The Policy Object Name of an IP Management Entry Policy
         Object is either an IPv6 Address Range or an IPv4 Address
         Range.  In a Fabric's database of Policy Objects, every
         Policy Object Name, including these Internet address ranges,
         is represented as a (T11FcSpPolicyNameType,
         T11FcSpPolicyName) tuple.  In contrast, this MIB module
         uses the conventional MIB syntax for IP addresses, and
         therefore represents the Policy Object Name of an IP
         Management Entry Policy Object as a (InetAddressType,
         InetAddress, InetAddress) tuple.
         In theory, the use of t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameLow and
         t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameHigh, which have the syntax of
         InetAddress, in the INDEX could cause the need for
         excessively long OIDs.  In practice, this can't happen
         because FC-SP doesn't allow these objects to be specified
         as DNS names.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtListName,
           t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameType,
           t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameLow,
           t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameHigh }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtListName        T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameType   InetAddressType,
  t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameLow    InetAddress,
  t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameHigh   InetAddress,
  t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtWkpIndex        Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtAttribute       T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent,
  t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtRowStatus       RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtListName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION

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         "The name of a non-active Node Membership List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 125."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InetAddressType { ipv4(1), ipv6(2) }
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The combination of t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameType,
         t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtNameLow, and t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtNameHigh
         specify the Internet address range of this IP Management
         Entry in the IP Management List Object.
         The FC-SP specification does not allow this address to
         be specified using a DNS domain name, nor does it allow
         the specification of zone indexes.  Therefore, the
         type of address must be one of: 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, sections 7.1.7.1 and table 126."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameLow OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InetAddress (SIZE(4 | 16))
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The lower end of an Internet address range.  The type
         of this address is given by the corresponding instance
         of t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameType.
         The combination of t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameType,
         t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtNameLow, and t11FcSpPoIpMgmtNameHigh
         specify the Internet address range of this IP Management
         Entry in the IP Management List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, sections 7.1.7.1 and table 126."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameHigh OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InetAddress (SIZE(4 | 16))

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  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The higher end of an Internet address range.  The type
         of this address is given by the corresponding instance
         of t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameType.
         The combination of t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntryNameType,
         t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtNameLow, and t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtNameHigh
         specify the Internet address range of this IP Management
         Entry in the IP Management List Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, sections 7.1.7.1 and table 126."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtWkpIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object identifies the restrictions for IP management
         access by IP hosts in this range of IP addresses.
         The restrictions are specified as the set of Well-Known
         Protocols Access Descriptors contained in those rows of the
         t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrTable for which the value of
         t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrSpecifierIndx is the same as the value
         of this object.  If there are no such rows or if the value
         of this object is zero, then this IP Management Entry does
         not identify any Well-Known Protocols Access restrictions."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and tables 127/129."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtAttribute OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumNameOrAbsent
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of a non-active Attribute Policy Object that
         is defined for this IP Management entry.  The zero-length
         string indicates that no non-active Attribute Policy Object
         is defined for it.

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         The effect of having no rows in the t11FcSpPoNaAttribTable
         for which the value of t11FcSpPoNaAttribName is the same
         as the value of this object, is the same as this object's
         value being the zero-length string."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 128."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry 6 }

t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtEntry 7 }

– – Non-Active Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptors –

t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of the Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptors
         referenced from non-active Policy Objects.
         A Well-Known Protocol Access Specifier is a list of
         Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptors each of which
         specifies a protocol number, a port number, and/or various
         flags specifying how IP management access is restricted.
         A non-active Well-Known Protocol Transport Access Specifier
         is represented by all rows of this table that have the same
         values of fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex, and
         t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrSpecifierIndx."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 8 }

t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Well-Known

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         Protocol Access Descriptor of a non-active Well-Known
         Protocol Access Specifier used within the Fabric identified
         by t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrSpecifierIndx,
           t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrSpecifierIndx    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrIndex            Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrFlags            BITS,
  t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrWkpNumber        Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrDestPort         InetPortNumber,
  t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrRowStatus        RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrSpecifierIndx OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         non-active Well-Known Protocol Access Specifier within
         a Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptor within a
         non-active Well-Known Protocol Access Specifier."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrFlags OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       BITS {
                   allow(0),
                   wkpWildcard(1),
                   destPortWildcard(2),
                   readOnly(3)

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               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The flag bits that specify how access is to be limited by
         this Well-Known Protocol Access Descriptor:
  1. allow – IP management access using this protocol/port

is allowed if this bit is set, and to be denied if this

            bit is not set.
  1. wkpWildcard – if this bit is set, the IP Protocol number

of the Well-Known Protocol to be allowed/denied is

            specified by the value of t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrWkpNumber.
  1. destPortWildcard – if this bit is set, the Destination

(TCP/UDP) Port number of the Well-Known Protocol to be

            allowed/denied is specified by the value of
            t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrDestPort.
  1. readOnly – if this bit is set, then access is to be

granted only for reading."

  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 131."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrWkpNumber OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..255)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the 'wkpWildcard' bit is set in the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrFlags, this object specifies
         the IP protocol number of the Well-Known Protocol."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 131.
          - http://www.iana.org/assignments/protocol-numbers."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrDestPort OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InetPortNumber
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION

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         "When the 'destPortWildcard' bit is set in the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrFlags, this object specifies
         the Destination (TCP/UDP) Port number of the Well-Known
         Protocol.  When the 'destPortWildcard' bit is reset, this
         object is ignored (and can have the value zero)."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.7.1 and table 131.
          - http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrEntry 6 }

– – Attribute Entries in Non-Active Attribute Policy Objects –

t11FcSpPoNaAttribTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of the Attribute Policy Objects being used within
         non-active Policy Objects.
         A non-active Attribute Policy Object is represented by all
         the Attribute Entries in this table that have the same
         value of t11FcSpPoNaAttribName."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 9 }

t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Attribute
         Entry contained within an Attribute Policy Object
         that is non-active within the Fabric identified by
         t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.

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         For some types of Attribute Policy Objects, it is valuable
         to break out some semantically significant parts of the
         Policy Object's value into their own individual MIB
         objects; for example, to extract the one or more individual
         Authentication Protocol Identifiers and associated
         Authentication Protocol Parameters out of an Attribute
         containing a 'AUTH_Negotiate Message Payload'.  For such
         types, another MIB table is defined to hold the extracted
         values in MIB objects specific to the Attribute Policy
         Object's type.  In such cases, the
         t11FcSpPoNaAttribExtension object in this table points to
         the other MIB table.
         If the value of one Attribute Entry is too large (more than
         256 bytes) to be contained within the value of one instance
         of t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue, then one row in this table
         contains the first 256 bytes, and one (or more) other row(s)
         in this table contain the rest of the value.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by the
         instance of t11FcSpPoStorageType that is INDEX-ed by the
         same values of fcmInstanceIndex and t11FcSpPoFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaAttribName, t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntryIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaAttribPartIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAttribTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaAttribName         T11FcSpAlphaNumName,
  t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntryIndex   Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaAttribPartIndex    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaAttribType         Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue        OCTET STRING,
  t11FcSpPoNaAttribExtension    OBJECT IDENTIFIER,
  t11FcSpPoNaAttribRowStatus    RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaAttribName OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpAlphaNumName
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The name of the Attribute Policy Object containing one
         or more Attribute Entries."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),

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            February 2007, section 7.1.8.1 and table 133."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntryIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A unique value to distinguish this Attribute Entry
         from other Attribute Entries contained in the same
         Attribute Policy Object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.8.1, tables 133/134."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaAttribPartIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the value of an Attribute Entry is shorter than 257
         bytes, the whole value is contained in one instance of
         t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue, and the value of this object is 1.
         If the value of an Attribute Entry is longer than 256 bytes,
         then that value is divided up on 256-byte boundaries such
         that all parts are 256 bytes long except the last part which
         is shorter if necessary, with each such part contained in
         a separate row of this table, and the value of this object
         is set to the part number.  That is, this object has the
         value of 1 for bytes 0-255, the value of 2 for bytes
         256-511, etc."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.1.8.1, tables 134/135."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaAttribType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The type of attribute.  The first type to be defined is:
         t11FcSpPoNaAttribType    t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue

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         =====================    ======================
           '00000001'h          The AUTH_Negotiate Message Payload
         "
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            section 7.1.8.1, tables 134/135 and table 10."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The value of an Attribute Entry is divided up on 256-byte
         boundaries such that all parts are 256 bytes long except the
         last part, which is shorter if necessary, and each such part
         is contained in a separate instance of this object.
         When the value of the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoNaAttribExtension is not zeroDotZero, then the same
         underlying management data has its value contained both in
         this object and in the individual/broken-out parts pointed
         to by t11FcSpPoNaAttribExtension.  Thus, after any
         modification of the underlying management data, e.g., after
         a Set operation to the value of either MIB representation,
         then that modification is reflected in the values of both
         MIB representations."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP), February 2007,
            section 7.1.8.1, tables 134/135 and table 10."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoNaAttribExtension OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OBJECT IDENTIFIER
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "For some types of Attribute Policy Object, the value of
         this MIB object points to type-specific MIB objects that
         contain individual/broken-out parts of the Attribute Policy
         Object's value.  If this object doesn't point to such
         type-specific MIB objects, then it contains the value:
         zeroDotZero.
         In particular, when the value of t11FcSpPoNaAttribType
         indicates 'AUTH_Negotiate Message Payload', one or more

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         Authentication Protocol Identifiers and their associated
         Authentication Protocol Parameters are embedded within
         the value of the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue; MIB objects to contain these
         individual values are defined in the
         t11FcSpPoAuthProtTable.  Thus, for an 'AUTH_Negotiate
         Message Payload' Attribute, the value of this object would
         contain the OID of t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtTable.
         When the value of this object is not zeroDotZero, then the
         same underlying management data has its value contained in
         both the individual/broken-out parts pointed to by this
         object and in the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue.  Thus, after any modification of the
         underlying management data, e.g., after a Set operation to
         the value of either MIB representation, then that
         modification is reflected in the values of both MIB
         representations."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry 6 }

t11FcSpPoNaAttribRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntry 7 }

– – Auth. Protocol Parameters in Non-Active Attribute Policy Objects –

t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoNaAuthProtEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of Authentication Protocol Identifier and
         Authentication Protocol Parameters that are embedded in
         Attribute Policy Objects being used within non-active
         Policy Objects.
         This table is used for Attribute Entries of Attribute Policy
         Objects for which the value of t11FcSpPoNaAttribType
         indicates 'AUTH_Negotiate Message Payload' and the value of
         t11FcSpPoNaAttribExtension contains the OID of this table."
  REFERENCE

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         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, sections 5.3.2 & 7.1.8.1,
            tables 134/135 and tables 10/11."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNonActive 10 }

t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoNaAuthProtEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each row contains information about an Authentication
         Protocol that is extracted out of the Attribute Entry
         (identified by t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntryIndex) of the
         non-active Policy Attribute Object (identified by
         t11FcSpPoNaAttribName) for the Fabric identified by
         t11FcSpPoFabricIndex and managed within the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         If the value of one Attribute Protocol Parameters string is
         too large (more than 256 bytes) to be contained within the
         value of one instance of t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtParams, then
         one row in this table contains the first 256 bytes, and
         one (or more) other row(s) in this table contain the rest
         of the value.
         The same underlying management data that is represented in
         rows of this table is also represented by the corresponding
         instances of t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue.  Thus, after any
         modification of the underlying management data, e.g., after
         a Set operation to the value of either MIB representation,
         then that modification is reflected in the values of both
         MIB representations."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaAttribName, t11FcSpPoNaAttribEntryIndex,
           t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtIdentifier,
           t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtPartIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoNaAuthProtEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtIdentifier   Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtPartIndex    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtParams       OCTET STRING,
  t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtRowStatus    RowStatus

}

t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtIdentifier OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)

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  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The Authentication Protocol Identifier:
                  1      = DH-CHAP
                  3      = FCPAP
                  4      = IKEv2
                  5      = IKEv2-AUTH
            240 thru 255 = Vendor Specific Protocols
          all other values are 'Reserved' (by T11)."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.3.2, table 11."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtPartIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the value of an Attribute Protocol Parameters string
         is shorter than 257 bytes, the whole value is contained in
         one instance of t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtParams, and the value of
         this object is 1. (This includes the case when the Attribute
         Protocol Parameters string is zero bytes in length.)
         If the value of an Authentication Protocol Parameters string
         is longer than 256 bytes, then that value is divided up on
         256-byte boundaries such that all parts are 256 bytes long
         except the last part, which is shorter if necessary, with
         each such part contained in a separate row of this table,
         and the value of this object is set to the part number.
         That is, this object has the value of 1 for bytes 0-255,
         the value of 2 for bytes 256-511, etc."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.3.2, table 10."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtParams OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION

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         "The value of an Authentication Protocol Parameters string
         is divided up on 256-byte boundaries such that all parts
         are 256 bytes long except the last part, which is shorter
         if necessary, and each such part is contained in a
         separate instance of this object."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 5.3.2, table 10."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtEntry 4 }

– – Part 4 - Statistics –

t11FcSpPoStatsTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoStatsEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of statistics maintained by FC-SP Security
         Policy Servers."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoStatistics 1 }

t11FcSpPoStatsEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoStatsEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A set of statistics for the FC-SP Security Policy Server on
         the Fabric identified by the value of t11FcSpPoFabricIndex,
         and managed within the Fibre Channel management instance
         identified by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX   { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoStatsTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpPoInRequests     Counter32,
  t11FcSpPoInAccepts      Counter32,

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  t11FcSpPoInRejects      Counter32

}

t11FcSpPoInRequests OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of FC-SP Policy Management Requests
         (e.g., GPS, APS, etc.) received by this FC-SP
         Security Policy Server on this Fabric.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoStatsEntry 1 }

t11FcSpPoInAccepts OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that this FC-SP Security Policy Server
         sent an Accept CT_IU on this Fabric in response to a
         received FC-SP Policy Management Request (e.g., GPS, APS,
         etc.).
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoStatsEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoInRejects OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that this FC-SP Security Policy Server
         sent a Reject CT_IU on this Fabric in response to a
         received FC-SP Policy Management Request (e.g., GPS, APS,
         etc.).

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         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoStatsEntry 3 }

– – Part 5 - Control Information & Notifications –

– – Control Information –

t11FcSpPoServerAddress OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero
  MAX-ACCESS   accessible-for-notify
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The WWN of the FC-SP Security Policy Server that
         received a request that is referenced in a
         notification."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControl 1 }

t11FcSpPoControlTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpPoControlEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of control information, including the memory
         realization of FC-SP Policy Databases, and concerning
         the generation of notifications due to FC-SP
         Policy-related events."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControl 2 }

t11FcSpPoControlEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPoControlEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains control information specific to FC-SP
         Policy and Policy-related events for the Fabric identified
         by the value of t11FcSpPoFabricIndex, and managed within
         the Fibre Channel management instance identified by
         fcmInstanceIndex."

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  INDEX   { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpPoFabricIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlTable 1 }

T11FcSpPoControlEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

   t11FcSpPoStorageType              StorageType,
   t11FcSpPoNotificationEnable       TruthValue,
   t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType           INTEGER,
   t11FcSpPoRequestSource            FcNameIdOrZero,
   t11FcSpPoReasonCode               T11NsGs4RejectReasonCode,
   t11FcSpPoCtCommandString          OCTET STRING,
   t11FcSpPoReasonCodeExp            Unsigned32,
   t11FcSpPoReasonVendorCode         OCTET STRING

}

t11FcSpPoStorageType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       StorageType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies the memory realization of FC-SP
         Policy Objects and related information for a particular
         Fabric; specifically, for:
  1. rows created and/or modified for the particular

Fabric in these tables:

                 t11FcSpPoNaSummaryTable
                 t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable
                 t11FcSpPoNaSwMembTable
                 t11FcSpPoNaNoMembTable
                 t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrTable
                 t11FcSpPoNaSwConnTable
                 t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtTable
                 t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrTable
                 t11FcSpPoNaAttribTable
  1. the activate and deactivate actions invoked through

the t11FcSpPoOperActivate and t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate

             objects for the particular Fabric; and
  1. modified information contained in the same row

as an instance of this object.

         Even if an instance of this object has the value
         'permanent(4)', none of the information defined in
         this MIB module for the given Fabric needs to be
         writable."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlEntry 1 }

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t11FcSpPoNotificationEnable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       TruthValue
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies whether the following types of
         notifications:
            t11FcSpPoNotifyActivation,
            t11FcSpPoNotifyActivateFail,
            t11FcSpPoNotifyDeactivation and
            t11FcSpPoNotifyDeactivateFail
         should be generated for this Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlEntry 2 }

t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                   none(1),
                   activation(2),
                   activateFail(3),
                   deactivation(4),
                   deactivateFail(5)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An indication of which of the following types of
         notification is currently being/was most recently
         generated for the Fabric:
           'activation'     -- t11FcSpPoNotifyActivation
           'activateFail'   -- t11FcSpPoNotifyActivateFail
           'deactivation'   -- t11FcSpPoNotifyDeactivation
           'deactivateFail' -- t11FcSpPoNotifyDeactivateFail
         The value 'none' indicates that none of these types of
         notifications have been generated since the last restart
         of the network management system, and therefore that the
         corresponding instances of: t11FcSpPoRequestSource,
         t11FcSpPoReasonCode, t11FcSpPoCtCommandString,
         t11FcSpPoReasonCodeExp, and
         t11FcSpPoReasonVendorCode are irrelevant."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlEntry 3 }

t11FcSpPoRequestSource OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcNameIdOrZero
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only

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  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The WWN of the source of the (Activate Policy Summary
         or Deactivate Policy Summary) request for which the
         current/most recent notification of the type indicated by
         the corresponding instance of t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType
         is being/was generated.
         If no source is available, the value of this object is
         the zero-length string."
  DEFVAL { "" }
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlEntry 4 }

t11FcSpPoReasonCode OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11NsGs4RejectReasonCode
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The reason code associated with the failure that is
         indicated when the value of the corresponding instance
         of t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType is 'activateFail' or
         'deactivateFail'.
         For other values of t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType, the value
         of this object is 'none(1)'."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3.6.2 & 7.3.6.3"
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlEntry 5 }

t11FcSpPoCtCommandString OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX        OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..255))
  MAX-ACCESS    read-only
  STATUS        current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The binary content of the failed request that is
         indicated when the value of the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType is 'activateFail' or
         'deactivateFail'.  The content of the request is formatted
         as an octet string (in network byte order) containing the
         CT_IU, as described in Table 2 of [FC-GS-5] (including the
         preamble).
         For other values of t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType, or if the
         CT_IU's content is unavailable, the value of this object
         is the zero-length string.

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         When the length of this object is 255 octets, it
         contains the first 255 octets of the CT_IU (in
         network-byte order)."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlEntry 6 }

t11FcSpPoReasonCodeExp OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (0..255)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The reason code explanation associated with the failure
         that is indicated when the value of the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType is 'activateFail' or
         'deactivateFail'.
         For other values of t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType, the value
         of this object is zero."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3.6.2 & 7.3.6.3"
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlEntry 7 }

t11FcSpPoReasonVendorCode OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0 | 1))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The vendor-specific reason code associated with the failure
         that is indicated when the value of the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType is 'activateFail' or
         'deactivateFail'.
         For other values of t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType, or if no
         vendor-specific reason code is available, the value
         of this object is the zero-length string."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3.6.2 & 7.3.6.3"
  ::= { t11FcSpPoControlEntry 8 }

– – Notification definitions –

t11FcSpPoNotifyActivation NOTIFICATION-TYPE

  OBJECTS      { t11FcSpPoServerAddress,

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                 t11FcSpPoPolicySummaryObjName,
                 t11FcSpPoRequestSource }
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This notification is generated whenever a Security
         Policy Server (indicated by the value of
         t11FcSpPoServerAddress) successfully completes the
         execution of an Activate Policy Summary request.
         The value of t11FcSpPoRequestSource indicates
         the source of the APS request.  The value of
         t11FcSpPoPolicySummaryObjName indicates the name of
         the activated Policy Summary Object."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBNotifications 1 }

t11FcSpPoNotifyActivateFail NOTIFICATION-TYPE

  OBJECTS      { t11FcSpPoServerAddress,
                 t11FcSpPoRequestSource,
                 t11FcSpPoCtCommandString,
                 t11FcSpPoReasonCode,
                 t11FcSpPoReasonCodeExp,
                 t11FcSpPoReasonVendorCode }
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This notification is generated whenever a Security Policy
         Server (indicated by the value of t11FcSpPoServerAddress)
         fails to complete the execution of an Activate Policy
         Summary request.
         The value of t11FcSpPoCtCommandString indicates the
         rejected request, and the values of t11FcSpPoReasonCode,
         t11FcSpPoReasonCodeExp, and t11FcSpPoReasonVendorCode
         indicate the reason for the rejection.  The value of
         t11FcSpPoRequestSource indicates the source of the
         request."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3.6.2."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBNotifications 2 }

t11FcSpPoNotifyDeactivation NOTIFICATION-TYPE

  OBJECTS      { t11FcSpPoServerAddress,
                 t11FcSpPoRequestSource }
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This notification is generated whenever a Security
         Policy Server (indicated by the value of
         t11FcSpPoServerAddress) successfully completes the

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         execution of a Deactivate Policy Summary request.
         The value of t11FcSpPoRequestSource indicates
         the source of the DPS request."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 7.3.6.3."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBNotifications 3 }

t11FcSpPoNotifyDeactivateFail NOTIFICATION-TYPE

  OBJECTS      { t11FcSpPoServerAddress,
                 t11FcSpPoRequestSource,
                 t11FcSpPoCtCommandString,
                 t11FcSpPoReasonCode,
                 t11FcSpPoReasonCodeExp,
                 t11FcSpPoReasonVendorCode }
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This notification is generated whenever a Security Policy
         Server (indicated by the value of t11FcSpPoServerAddress)
         fails to complete the execution of a Deactivate Policy
         Summary request.
         The value of t11FcSpPoCtCommandString indicates the
         rejected request, and the values of t11FcSpPoReasonCode,
         t11FcSpPoReasonCodeExp, and t11FcSpPoReasonVendorCode
         indicate the reason for the rejection.  The value of
         t11FcSpPoRequestSource indicates the source of the
         request."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBNotifications 4 }

– – Conformance –

t11FcSpPoMIBCompliances

                  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBConformance 1 }

t11FcSpPoMIBGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBConformance 2 }

t11FcSpPoMIBCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The compliance statement for entities that
         support the Fabric Policies defined in FC-SP,"
  MODULE  -- this module
      MANDATORY-GROUPS { t11FcSpPoActiveObjectsGroup }

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      GROUP        t11FcSpPoNonActiveObjectsGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "These objects are mandatory for FC-SP Security Policy
          Servers."
      GROUP        t11FcSpPoNotifyObjectsGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "These objects are mandatory for FC-SP Security Policy
          Servers."
      GROUP        t11FcSpPoNotificationGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "These notifications are mandatory for FC-SP Security
          Policy Servers."
      GROUP        t11FcSpPoOperationsObjectsGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "These objects are mandatory only for FC-SP Security
          Policy Servers that support the activation/deactivation
          of policies via SNMP."
      GROUP        t11FcSpPoStatsObjectsGroup
      DESCRIPTION
          "These objects are optional."

– Write access is not required for any objects in this MIB module:

      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoOperActivate
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoStorageType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNotificationEnable
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyNameType

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      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyName
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSummaryRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwListFabricName
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwListRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwMembFlags
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwMembDomainID
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwMembPolicyDataRole
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwMembAuthBehaviour
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."

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      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwMembAttribute
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwMembRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaNoMembFlags
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaNoMembCtAccessIndex
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaNoMembAttribute
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaNoMembRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrFlags
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsSubType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION

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          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedNameType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedName
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaSwConnRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtWkpIndex
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtAttribute
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrFlags
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrWkpNumber
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrDestPort
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrRowStatus

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      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaAttribType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaAttribRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtParams
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION
          "Write access is not required."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBCompliances 1 }

– Units of Conformance

t11FcSpPoActiveObjectsGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  {   t11FcSpPoPolicySummaryObjName,
               t11FcSpPoAdminFabricName,
               t11FcSpPoActivatedTimeStamp,
               t11FcSpPoSummaryPolicyType,
               t11FcSpPoSummaryHashFormat,
               t11FcSpPoSummaryHashValue,
               t11FcSpPoSwMembSwitchFlags,
               t11FcSpPoSwMembDomainID,
               t11FcSpPoSwMembPolicyDataRole,
               t11FcSpPoSwMembAuthBehaviour,
               t11FcSpPoSwMembAttribute,
               t11FcSpPoNoMembFlags,
               t11FcSpPoNoMembCtAccessIndex,
               t11FcSpPoNoMembAttribute,

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               t11FcSpPoCtDescrFlags,
               t11FcSpPoCtDescrGsType,
               t11FcSpPoCtDescrGsSubType,
               t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedNameType,
               t11FcSpPoSwConnAllowedName,
               t11FcSpPoIpMgmtWkpIndex,
               t11FcSpPoIpMgmtAttribute,
               t11FcSpPoWkpDescrFlags,
               t11FcSpPoWkpDescrWkpNumber,
               t11FcSpPoWkpDescrDestPort,
               t11FcSpPoAttribType,
               t11FcSpPoAttribValue,
               t11FcSpPoAttribExtension,
               t11FcSpPoAuthProtParams
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of MIB objects that contain information
         about active Policy Objects that express Fibre Channel
         Security (FC-SP) policy."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBGroups 1 }

t11FcSpPoOperationsObjectsGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  {   t11FcSpPoOperActivate,
               t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate,
               t11FcSpPoOperResult,
               t11FcSpPoOperFailCause
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of MIB objects that allow a new set of
         Fibre Channel Security (FC-SP) policies to be activated
         or an existing set to be deactivated."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBGroups 2 }

t11FcSpPoNonActiveObjectsGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  {   t11FcSpPoStorageType,
               t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyNameType,
               t11FcSpPoNaSummaryPolicyName,
               t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashFormat,
               t11FcSpPoNaSummaryHashValue,
               t11FcSpPoNaSummaryRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwListFabricName,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwListRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwMembFlags,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwMembDomainID,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwMembPolicyDataRole,

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               t11FcSpPoNaSwMembAuthBehaviour,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwMembAttribute,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwMembRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaNoMembFlags,
               t11FcSpPoNaNoMembCtAccessIndex,
               t11FcSpPoNaNoMembAttribute,
               t11FcSpPoNaNoMembRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrFlags,
               t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsType,
               t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrGsSubType,
               t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedNameType,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwConnAllowedName,
               t11FcSpPoNaSwConnRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtWkpIndex,
               t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtAttribute,
               t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrFlags,
               t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrWkpNumber,
               t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrDestPort,
               t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaAttribType,
               t11FcSpPoNaAttribValue,
               t11FcSpPoNaAttribExtension,
               t11FcSpPoNaAttribRowStatus,
               t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtParams,
               t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtRowStatus
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of MIB objects that contain information
         about non-active Policy Objects available for activation
         in order to change Fibre Channel Security (FC-SP) policy."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBGroups 3 }

t11FcSpPoStatsObjectsGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  {   t11FcSpPoInRequests,
               t11FcSpPoInAccepts,
               t11FcSpPoInRejects
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of MIB objects that contain statistics
         that can be maintained by FC-SP Security Policy Servers."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBGroups 4 }

t11FcSpPoNotifyObjectsGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  {   t11FcSpPoNotificationEnable,

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               t11FcSpPoServerAddress,
               t11FcSpPoLastNotifyType,
               t11FcSpPoRequestSource,
               t11FcSpPoReasonCode,
               t11FcSpPoCtCommandString,
               t11FcSpPoReasonCodeExp,
               t11FcSpPoReasonVendorCode
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of MIB objects to control the generation of
         notifications concerning Fibre Channel Security (FC-SP)
         policy, and to hold information contained in such
         notifications."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBGroups 5 }

t11FcSpPoNotificationGroup NOTIFICATION-GROUP

  NOTIFICATIONS  {   t11FcSpPoNotifyActivation,
                     t11FcSpPoNotifyActivateFail,
                     t11FcSpPoNotifyDeactivation,
                     t11FcSpPoNotifyDeactivateFail
                 }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of notifications of events concerning
         Fibre Channel Security (FC-SP) policy."
  ::= { t11FcSpPoMIBGroups 6 }

END

6.5. The T11-FC-SP-SA-MIB Module

*** – FC-SP Security Associations –

T11-FC-SP-SA-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS

  MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, NOTIFICATION-TYPE,
  Unsigned32, Counter32, Counter64, TimeTicks, Gauge32,
  mib-2                 FROM SNMPv2-SMI              -- [RFC2578]
  RowStatus, StorageType, AutonomousType, TimeStamp,
  TruthValue            FROM SNMPv2-TC               -- [RFC2579]
  MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP,
  NOTIFICATION-GROUP
                        FROM SNMPv2-CONF             -- [RFC2580]
  InterfaceIndex,

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  InterfaceIndexOrZero  FROM IF-MIB                  -- [RFC2863]
  fcmInstanceIndex,
  FcAddressIdOrZero     FROM FC-MGMT-MIB             -- [RFC4044]
  T11FabricIndex        FROM T11-TC-MIB              -- [RFC4439]
  T11FcSpType,
  T11FcSpiIndex,
  T11FcSpLifetimeLeft,
  T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits,
  T11FcSpSecurityProtocolId,
  T11FcRoutingControl,
  T11FcSaDirection,
  T11FcSpPrecedence,
  T11FcSpTransforms      FROM T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB;

t11FcSpSaMIB MODULE-IDENTITY

  LAST-UPDATED  "200808200000Z"
  ORGANIZATION  "This MIB module was developed through the
                coordinated effort of two organizations:
                T11 began the development and the IETF (in
                the IMSS Working Group) finished it."
  CONTACT-INFO
          "     Claudio DeSanti
                Cisco Systems, Inc.
                170 West Tasman Drive
                San Jose, CA 95134 USA
                EMail: cds@cisco.com
                Keith McCloghrie
                Cisco Systems, Inc.
                170 West Tasman Drive
                San Jose, CA 95134 USA
                Email: kzm@cisco.com"
  DESCRIPTION
         "This MIB module specifies the management information
         required to manage Security Associations established via
         Fibre Channel's FC-SP specification.
         The MIB module consists of six parts:
  1. a per-Fabric table, t11FcSpSaIfTable, of capabilities,

parameters, status information, and counters; the counters

           include non-transient aggregates of per-SA transient
           counters;
  1. three tables, t11FcSpSaPropTable, t11FcSpSaTSelPropTable,

and t11FcSpSaTransTable, specifying the proposals for an

           FC-SP entity acting as an SA_Initiator to present to the
           SA_Responder during the negotiation of Security

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           Associations.  The same information is also used by an
           FC-SP entity acting as an SA_Responder to decide what to
           accept during the negotiation of Security Associations.
           One of these tables, t11FcSpSaTransTable, is used not only
           for information about security transforms to propose and
           to accept, but also as agreed upon during the negotiation
           of Security Associations;
  1. a table, t11FcSpSaTSelDrByTable, of Traffic Selectors

having the security action of 'drop' or 'bypass' to be

           applied either to ingress traffic that is unprotected by
           FC-SP, or to all egress traffic;
  1. four tables, t11FcSpSaPairTable, t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable,

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable, and t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTable,

           containing information about active bidirectional pairs of
           Security Associations; in particular, t11FcSpSaPairTable
           has one row per active bidirectional SA pair,
           t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable and t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable
           contain information on the Traffic Selectors negotiated on
           the SAs, and the t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTable is an alternate
           lookup table such that the Traffic Selector(s) in use on a
           particular Security Association can be quickly determined
           based on the (ingress) SPI value;
  1. a table, t11FcSpSaControlTable, of control and other

information concerning the generation of notifications for

           events related to FC-SP Security Associations;
  1. one notification, t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure, generated on

the occurrence of an Authentication failure for a received

           FC-2 or CT_IU frame.
         Copyright (C) The IETF Trust (2008).  This version
         of this MIB module is part of RFC 5324;  see the RFC
         itself for full legal notices."
  REVISION  "200808200000Z"
  DESCRIPTION
         "Initial version of this MIB module, published as RFC 5324."
  ::= { mib-2 179 }

t11FcSpSaMIBNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIB 0 } t11FcSpSaMIBObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIB 1 } t11FcSpSaMIBConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIB 2 } t11FcSpSaBase OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBObjects 1 } t11FcSpSaConfig OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBObjects 2 } t11FcSpSaActive OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBObjects 3 } t11FcSpSaControl OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBObjects 4 }

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– – Base-level Per-Fabric Information –

t11FcSpSaIfTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaIfEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table containing per-Fabric information related to
         FC-SP Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaBase 1 }

t11FcSpSaIfEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaIfEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information related to Security
         Associations on a particular Fabric, and managed as part
         of the Fibre Channel management instance identified by
         fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaIfEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaIfIndex               InterfaceIndexOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex         T11FabricIndex,
           -- capabilities
  t11FcSpSaIfEspHeaderCapab      T11FcSpTransforms,
  t11FcSpSaIfCTAuthCapab         T11FcSpTransforms,
  t11FcSpSaIfIKEv2Capab          T11FcSpTransforms,
  t11FcSpSaIfIkev2AuthCapab      TruthValue,
           -- parameters and status
  t11FcSpSaIfStorageType         StorageType,
  t11FcSpSaIfReplayPrevention    TruthValue,
  t11FcSpSaIfReplayWindowSize    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaIfDeadPeerDetections  Counter32,
  t11FcSpSaIfTerminateAllSas     INTEGER,
           -- summary frame counters
  t11FcSpSaIfOutDrops            Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaIfOutBypasses         Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaIfOutProcesses        Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaIfOutUnMatcheds       Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaIfInUnprotUnmtchDrops Counter64,
           -- aggregates of per-SA transient counters
  t11FcSpSaIfInDetReplays        Counter64,

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  t11FcSpSaIfInUnprotMtchDrops   Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaIfInBadXforms         Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaIfInGoodXforms        Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaIfInProtUnmtchs       Counter64

}

t11FcSpSaIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InterfaceIndexOrZero
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object has a non-zero value to identify a particular
         interface, or the value zero to indicate that the
         information in this row applies to all (of the management
         instance's) interfaces to the particular Fabric.
         If any row has a non-zero value of t11FcSpSaIfIndex, then
         all rows for the same Fibre Channel management instance must
         also have a non-zero value of t11FcSpSaIfIndex and thereby
         be specific to a particular interface.
         As and when zero values of t11FcSpSaIfIndex are used in
         this table, then they must also be used in each other
         table that has t11FcSpSaIfIndex in its INDEX clause."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FabricIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaIfEspHeaderCapab OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpTransforms
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A list of the standardized transforms supported by this
         entity on this interface for ESP_Header protection."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Appendix A.3.1, tables A.23, A.25."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 3 }

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t11FcSpSaIfCTAuthCapab OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpTransforms
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A list of the standardized transforms supported by this
         entity on this interface for CT_Authentication protection."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Appendix A.3.1, tables A.23, A.25."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaIfIKEv2Capab OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpTransforms
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A list of the standardized transforms supported by this
         entity on this interface with IKEv2 protection."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, Appendix A.3.1, tables A.23, A.24,
            A.25, A.26."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaIfIkev2AuthCapab OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX     TruthValue
  MAX-ACCESS read-only
  STATUS     current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An indication of whether the entity is capable of
         supporting the IKEv2-AUTH protocol on this interface, i.e.,
         concatenation of Authentication and SA Management
         Transactions, such that an SA Management Transaction is
         used to perform both the authentication function and
         SA management."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.7.2, and table A.27."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 6 }

t11FcSpSaIfStorageType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       StorageType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current

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  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies the memory realization of
         information related to FC-SP Security Associations
         for interface(s) to a particular Fabric; specifically,
         for rows created and/or modified in these tables:
                 t11FcSpSaPropTable
                 t11FcSpSaTSelDrByTable
                 t11FcSpSaControlTable
         and, for modified information contained in the same
         row as an instance of this object.
         Even if an instance of this object has the value
         'permanent(4)', none of the information defined in
         this MIB module for interface(s) to the given Fabric
         need to be writable."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 7 }

t11FcSpSaIfReplayPrevention OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       TruthValue
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object indicates whether anti-replay protection is
         enabled for frame reception on this interface.
         Note that the replay-protection mechanism in FC-SP is
         conceptually similar to the corresponding mechanism in
         IPsec ESP."
  REFERENCE
         "- IP Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP),
            RFC 4303, December 2005, section 3.3.3."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 8 }

t11FcSpSaIfReplayWindowSize OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The size of the replay window to be used when
         anti-replay protection is enabled for frame reception
         on this interface.
         Note that the replay-protection mechanism in FC-SP is
         conceptually similar to the corresponding mechanism in
         IPsec ESP."
  REFERENCE

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         "- IP Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP),
            RFC 4303, December 2005, section 3.4.3."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 9 }

t11FcSpSaIfDeadPeerDetections OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that a dead peer condition has been
         detected on this interface.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter32's have when sysUpTime=0."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 8.5.3.3."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 10 }

t11FcSpSaIfTerminateAllSas OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER { noop(1), terminate(2) }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Setting this object to 'terminate' is a request to
         terminate all outstanding Security Associations on this
         interface.
         When read, the value of this object is always 'noop'.
         Setting this object to 'noop' has no effect."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 11 }

t11FcSpSaIfOutDrops OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of output frames that were dropped, instead
         of being transmitted on this interface, because they matched
         an active (at that time) Traffic Selector with an action of
         'Drop'.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 12 }

t11FcSpSaIfOutBypasses OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of output frames that were transmitted
         unchanged by FC-SP on this interface because they matched
         an active (at that time) Traffic Selector with an action
         of 'Bypass'.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 13 }

t11FcSpSaIfOutProcesses OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of output frames that were protected by FC-SP
         before being transmitted on this interface because they
         matched an active (at that time) Traffic Selector with an
         action of 'Process'.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 14 }

t11FcSpSaIfOutUnMatcheds OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of frames that were transmitted unchanged by
         FC-SP on this interface because they did not match any
         Traffic Selector active at that time.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 15 }

t11FcSpSaIfInUnprotUnmtchDrops OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of frames received on this interface that
         were dropped because they were unprotected and did not
         match any Traffic Selector active at that time.

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         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 16 }

t11FcSpSaIfInDetReplays OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that a replay has been detected on
         a Security Association that is currently active or was
         previously active on this interface.  Note that a frame
         that is discarded because it is 'behind' the window,
         i.e., too old, is counted as a replay.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 17 }

t11FcSpSaIfInUnprotMtchDrops OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that a frame received on this
         interface was dropped because it matched with a Traffic
         Selector for a Security Association that was active at
         the time of receipt but the frame was not protected as
         negotiated for that Security Association.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 18 }

t11FcSpSaIfInBadXforms OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that a frame received on this
         interface was dropped because of a failure of one of the
         transforms negotiated for the Security Association on
         which it was received.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 19 }

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t11FcSpSaIfInGoodXforms OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of frames received on this interface on a
         Security Association for which the transforms negotiated
         for that Security Association were successfully applied,
         and that matched a Traffic Selector for that Security
         Association.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 20 }

t11FcSpSaIfInProtUnmtchs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of frames received on this interface that
         were dropped because they did not match any of the Traffic
         Selectors negotiated for the Security Association on which
         they were received, even though the Security Association's
         transforms were successfully applied.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaIfEntry 21 }

– – Proposals to present in Security Association negotiation –

t11FcSpSaPropTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaPropEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of proposals for an FC-SP entity acting as an
         SA_Initiator to present to the SA_Responder during the
         negotiation of Security Associations.  This information
         is also used by an FC-SP entity acting as an SA_Responder
         to decide what to accept during the negotiation of
         Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaConfig 1 }

t11FcSpSaPropEntry OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaPropEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one proposal for
         the FC-SP entity to present, or what to accept, during
         the negotiation of Security Associations on one or more
         interfaces (identified by t11FcSpSaIfIndex) to a
         particular Fabric (identified by t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex),
         and managed as part of the Fibre Channel management
         instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by
         the instance of t11FcSpSaIfStorageType that is INDEX-ed
         by the same values of fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex
         and t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpSaPropIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPropTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaPropEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaPropIndex             Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaPropSecurityProt      T11FcSpSecurityProtocolId,
  t11FcSpSaPropTSelListIndex     Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaPropTransListIndex    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaPropAcceptAlgorithm   INTEGER,
  t11FcSpSaPropOutMatchSucceeds  Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaPropRowStatus         RowStatus

}

t11FcSpSaPropIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         proposal for use on one or more interfaces to a Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPropEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaPropSecurityProt OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSecurityProtocolId
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The Security Protocol identifier for this proposal, i.e.,
         whether the proposal is for traffic to be protected using
         ESP_Header or CT_Authentication."

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  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.3.2.2 and table 67."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPropEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaPropTSelListIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the value of this object is non-zero, it points
         to the proposal's list of Traffic Selectors.  The value
         must be non-zero in an active row of this table.
         The identified list is represented by all rows in the
         t11FcSpSaTSelPropTable for which t11FcSpSaTSelPropListIndex
         has the same value as this object (and with corresponding
         values of t11FcSpSaIfIndex and fcmInstanceIndex)."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPropEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaPropTransListIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When the value of this object is non-zero, it points to
         the proposal's list of Transforms.  The value must be
         non-zero in an active row of this table.
         The identified list is represented by all rows in the
         t11FcSpSaTransTable for which t11FcSpSaTransListIndex
         has the same value as this object (and with corresponding
         values of t11FcSpSaIfIndex and fcmInstanceIndex)."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPropEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaPropAcceptAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                   intersection(1),
                   union(2),
                   other(3)
               }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The algorithm by which an SA_Responder in an SA negotiation
         decides on which Traffic Selectors to specify in a response
         to an IKE_Create_Child_SA request.  This algorithm is used

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         when the Traffic Selectors specified by an SA_Initiator in
         an IKE_Create_Child_SA request overlap with this proposal's
         list of Traffic Selectors:
         intersection(1) - the SA_Responder specifies the largest
                       subset of what the SA_Initiator proposed,
                       which is also a subset of this proposal's
                       Traffic Selectors.
         union(2)    - the SA_Responder specifies the smallest
                       superset of what the SA_Initiator proposed,
                       which is also a superset of this proposal's
                       Traffic Selectors.
         other(3)    - the SA_Responder uses some other algorithm.
         "
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPropEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaPropOutMatchSucceeds OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of egress frames that have matched a Traffic
         Selector that was negotiated to select traffic for an
         SA based on this proposal being accepted.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPropEntry 6 }

t11FcSpSaPropRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of a row.  Values of object instances
         within an active row can be modified at any time.
         The status cannot be set to 'active' unless and
         until the instances of t11FcSpSaPropTSelListIndex
         and t11FcSpSaPropTransListIndex in the row have
         been set to point to active rows in the
         t11FcSpSaTSelPropTable and t11FcSpSaTransTable
         tables, respectively.  A row in this table is
         deleted if the active rows it points to are deleted."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPropEntry 7 }

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– – Traffic Selector Proposals –

t11FcSpSaTSelPropTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table containing information about Traffic Selectors
         to propose and/or to accept during the negotiation of
         Security Associations."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5.
          - Use of IKEv2 in FC-SP, RFC 4595,
            July 2006, section 4.4."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaConfig 2 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one Traffic
         Selector within a list of Traffic Selectors to propose,
         or for use in determining what to accept during Security
         Association negotiation.
         One such list is configured for use on a Fabric by
         configuring the list's value of t11FcSpSaTSelPropListIndex
         as the value of an instance of t11FcSpSaPropTSelListIndex,
         for corresponding values of t11FcSpSaIfIndex and
         fcmInstanceIndex.  Further, the proposing and accepting
         of Traffic Selectors is only done as a part of a proposal
         specified by a row of the t11FcSpSaPropTable, i.e.,
         in combination with the proposing and accepting of security
         transforms as specified by the combination of
         t11FcSpSaPropTSelListIndex and t11FcSpSaPropTransListIndex
         in one row of the t11FcSpSaPropTable.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by
         the instance of t11FcSpSaTSelPropStorageType in that row."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaTSelPropListIndex, t11FcSpSaTSelPropPrecedence }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropTable 1 }

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T11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaTSelPropListIndex    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropPrecedence   T11FcSpPrecedence,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropDirection    T11FcSaDirection,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartSrcAddr FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndSrcAddr   FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartDstAddr FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndDstAddr   FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartRCtl    T11FcRoutingControl,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndRCtl      T11FcRoutingControl,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartType    T11FcSpType,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndType      T11FcSpType,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropStorageType  StorageType,
  t11FcSpSaTSelPropRowStatus    RowStatus

}

t11FcSpSaTSelPropListIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that identifies a particular list of
         Traffic Selectors."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropPrecedence OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPrecedence
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The precedence of this Traffic Selector.  Each
         Traffic Selector within a particular list of
         Traffic Selectors must have a different precedence.
         If an egress frame matches multiple Traffic Selectors,
         it should be transmitted on the SA associated with the
         Traffic Selector having the numerically smallest
         precedence value."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropDirection OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSaDirection
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An indication of whether this Traffic Selector is
         to be proposed for ingress or egress traffic."
  DEFVAL   { egress }

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  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartSrcAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 24-bit value of a source address
         (S_ID) of a frame that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5."
  DEFVAL   { '000000'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndSrcAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 24-bit value of a source address
         (S_ID) of a frame that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5."
  DEFVAL   { 'FFFFFF'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartDstAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 24-bit value of a destination
         address (D_ID) of a frame that will match with this
         Traffic Selector."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5."
  DEFVAL   { '000000'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 6 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndDstAddr OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 24-bit value of a destination
         address (D_ID) of a frame that will match with this
         Traffic Selector."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5."
  DEFVAL   { 'FFFFFF'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 7 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartRCtl OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcRoutingControl
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 8-bit value contained within a
         Routing Control (R_CTL) field of a frame that will match
         with this Traffic Selector."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5."
  DEFVAL   { '00'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 8 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndRCtl OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcRoutingControl
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 8-bit value contained within a
         Routing Control (R_CTL) field of a frame that will match
         with this Traffic Selector."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5."
  DEFVAL   { 'FF'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 9 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current

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  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest of a range of possible 'type'
         values of frames that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5."
  DEFVAL   { '0000'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 10 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest of a range of possible 'type'
         values of frames that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.4.5."
  DEFVAL   { 'FFFF'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 11 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropStorageType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       StorageType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies the memory realization of
         the information in this row.
         Even if an instance of this object has the value
         'permanent(4)', none of the information in its row
         needs to be writable."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 12 }

t11FcSpSaTSelPropRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelPropEntry 13 }

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– – Transform Proposals –

t11FcSpSaTransTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaTransEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table containing information about security transforms
         to propose, to accept and/or agreed upon during the
         negotiation of Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaConfig 3 }

t11FcSpSaTransEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaTransEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one proposal within a
         list of security transforms to be proposed, to be accepted,
         or already agreed upon, for use on a pair of Security
         Associations on one or more interfaces (identified by
         t11FcSpSaIfIndex), managed as part of the Fibre Channel
         management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         One such list is configured to be proposed or accepted for
         use on a Fabric, by having the list's value of
         t11FcSpSaTransListIndex be the value of an instance of
         t11FcSpSaPropTransListIndex for that Fabric.  Further,
         the proposing and accepting of security transforms is only
         done as a part of a proposal specified by a row of the
         t11FcSpSaPropTable, i.e., in combination with the proposing
         and accepting of Traffic Selectors as specified by the
         combination of t11FcSpSaPropTSelListIndex and
         t11FcSpSaPropTransListIndex in one row of the
         t11FcSpSaPropTable.
         The security (encryption and integrity) transform in use on
         an SA pair is indicated by having the pair's values of
         t11FcSpSaPairTransListIndex and t11FcSpSaPairTransIndex
         contain the values of t11FcSpSaTransListIndex and
         t11FcSpSaTransIndex for the transform's row in this table.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by
         the instance of t11FcSpSaTransStorageType in that row."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaTransListIndex, t11FcSpSaTransIndex }

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  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaTransEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaTransListIndex      Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaTransIndex          Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaTransSecurityProt   T11FcSpSecurityProtocolId,
  t11FcSpSaTransEncryptAlg     AutonomousType,
  t11FcSpSaTransEncryptKeyLen  Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaTransIntegrityAlg   AutonomousType,
  t11FcSpSaTransStorageType    StorageType,
  t11FcSpSaTransRowStatus      RowStatus

}

t11FcSpSaTransListIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies a particular
         list of security transforms to be proposed, to be accepted,
         or already agreed upon."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaTransIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that uniquely identifies one security
         transform within a list identified by
         t11FcSpSaTransListIndex."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaTransSecurityProt OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSecurityProtocolId
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The Security Protocol identifier that indicates
         whether this transform is for traffic to be protected
         using ESP_Header or using CT_Authentication."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.3.2.2 and table 67."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaTransEncryptAlg OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       AutonomousType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The Encryption Algorithm for this transform."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.3.2.3 and tables 69 & 70."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaTransEncryptKeyLen OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The key length in bits to be used with an encryption
         algorithm that has a variable length key.  This object
         is ignored when the corresponding instance of
         t11FcSpSaTransEncryptAlg specifies an algorithm with a
         fixed length key."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.3.2.5 and table 77."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaTransIntegrityAlg OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       AutonomousType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The Integrity Algorithm for this transform."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, section 6.3.2.3 and tables 69 & 72."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransEntry 6 }

t11FcSpSaTransStorageType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       StorageType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies the memory realization of
         the information in this row.
         Even if an instance of this object has the value

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         'permanent(4)', none of the information in its row
         needs to be writable."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransEntry 7 }

t11FcSpSaTransRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.
         When an instance of t11FcSpSaPairTransListIndex points to
         a row in this table, values of object instances in the row
         cannot be modified nor can the row be deleted.  Otherwise,
         a row can be modified or deleted at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTransEntry 8 }

– – Traffic Selectors for Drop & Bypass –

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table containing Traffic Selectors to select which
         traffic is to be dropped or is to bypass further
         security processing."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, sections 4.6, 4.7, and 6.4.5.
          - Use of IKEv2 in FC-SP, RFC 4595,
            July 2006, section 4.4."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaConfig 4 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry represents one Traffic Selector having the
         security action of 'drop' or 'bypass', which is applied
         based on a precedence value, either to ingress traffic
         that is unprotected by FC-SP, or to all egress
         traffic on one or more interfaces (identified by
         t11FcSpSaIfIndex) to a particular Fabric (identified

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         by t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex), and managed as part of the Fibre
         Channel management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by
         the instance of t11FcSpSaIfStorageType that is INDEX-ed
         by the same values of fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex
         and t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex, t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpSaTSelDrByDirection, t11FcSpSaTSelDrByPrecedence }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByDirection     T11FcSaDirection,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByPrecedence    T11FcSpPrecedence,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByAction        INTEGER,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartSrcAddr  FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndSrcAddr    FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartDstAddr  FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndDstAddr    FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartRCtl     T11FcRoutingControl,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndRCtl       T11FcRoutingControl,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartType     T11FcSpType,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndType       T11FcSpType,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByMatches       Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaTSelDrByRowStatus     RowStatus

}

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByDirection OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSaDirection
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An indication of whether this Traffic Selector is
         for ingress or egress traffic."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByPrecedence OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPrecedence
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The precedence of this Traffic Selector.  If and when a
         frame is compared against multiple Traffic Selectors, and
         multiple of them have a match with the frame, the security
         action to be taken for the frame is that specified for the
         matching Traffic Selector having the numerically smallest
         precedence value."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 2 }

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t11FcSpSaTSelDrByAction OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER { drop(1), bypass(2) }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The security action to be taken for a frame that
         matches this Traffic Selector."
  DEFVAL   { drop }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartSrcAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 24-bit value of a source address
         (S_ID) of a frame that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  DEFVAL   { '000000'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndSrcAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 24-bit value of a source address
         (S_ID) of a frame that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  DEFVAL   { 'FFFFFF'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartDstAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 24-bit value of a destination
         address (D_ID) of a frame that will match with this
         Traffic Selector."
  DEFVAL   { '000000'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 6 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndDstAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION

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         "The numerically largest 24-bit value of a destination
         address (D_ID) of a frame that will match with this
         Traffic Selector."
  DEFVAL   { 'FFFFFF'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 7 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartRCtl OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcRoutingControl
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 8-bit value contained within a
         Routing Control (R_CTL) field of a frame that will match
         with this Traffic Selector."
  DEFVAL   { '00'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 8 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndRCtl OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcRoutingControl
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 8-bit value contained within a
         Routing Control (R_CTL) field of a frame that will match
         with this Traffic Selector."
  DEFVAL   { 'FF'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 9 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest of a range of possible 'type'
         values of frames that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  DEFVAL   { '0000'h }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 10 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest of a range of possible 'type'
         values of frames that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  DEFVAL   { 'FFFF'h }

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  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 11 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByMatches OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of frames for which the action specified by
         the corresponding instance of t11FcSpSaTSelDrByAction was
         taken because of a match with this Traffic Selector.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 12 }

t11FcSpSaTSelDrByRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       RowStatus
  MAX-ACCESS   read-create
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The status of this row.  Values of object instances
         within the row can be modified at any time."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEntry 13 }

– – Active Security Associations –

t11FcSpSaPairTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaPairEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table containing information about active
         bidirectional pairs of Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaActive 1 }

t11FcSpSaPairEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaPairEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one active
         bidirectional pair of Security Associations on an
         interface to a particular Fabric (identified by
         t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex), managed as part of the Fibre
         Channel management instance identified by
         fcmInstanceIndex."

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  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex, t11FcSpSaPairInboundSpi }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaPairEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex           InterfaceIndex,
  t11FcSpSaPairInboundSpi        T11FcSpiIndex,
  t11FcSpSaPairSecurityProt      T11FcSpSecurityProtocolId,
  t11FcSpSaPairTransListIndex    Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaPairTransIndex        Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaPairLifetimeLeft      T11FcSpLifetimeLeft,
  t11FcSpSaPairLifetimeLeftUnits T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits,
  t11FcSpSaPairTerminate         INTEGER,
  t11FcSpSaPairInProtUnMatchs    Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaPairInDetReplays      Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaPairInBadXforms       Counter64,
  t11FcSpSaPairInGoodXforms      Counter64

}

t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       InterfaceIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object identifies the interface to the particular
         Fabric on which this SA pair is active."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaPairInboundSpi OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpiIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The SPI value that is used to indicate that an incoming
         frame was received on the ingress SA of this SA pair."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaPairSecurityProt OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSecurityProtocolId
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The object indicates whether this SA uses ESP_Header to
         protect FC-2 frames, or CT_Authentication to protect Common
         Transport Information Units (CT_IUs)."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaPairTransListIndex OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The combination of this value and the value of the
         corresponding instance of t11FcSpSaPairTransIndex
         identify the row in the t11FcSpSaTransTable that
         contains the transforms that are in use on this SA pair."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaPairTransIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The combination of this value and the value of the
         corresponding instance of t11FcSpSaPairTransListIndex
         identify the row in the t11FcSpSaTransTable that
         contains the transforms that are in use on this SA pair."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaPairLifetimeLeft OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpLifetimeLeft
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The remaining lifetime of this SA pair, given in the
         units specified by the value of the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpSaPairLifetimeLeft."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 6 }

t11FcSpSaPairLifetimeLeftUnits OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpLifetimeLeftUnits
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The units in which the value of the corresponding
         instance of t11FcSpSaPairLifetimeLeft specifies the
         remaining lifetime of this SA pair."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 7 }

t11FcSpSaPairTerminate OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       INTEGER { noop(1), terminate(2) }
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Setting this object to 'terminate' is a request
         to terminate this pair of Security Associations.

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         When read, the value of this object is always 'noop'.
         Setting this object to 'noop' has no effect."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 8 }

t11FcSpSaPairInProtUnMatchs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of frames received on this SA for which the
         SA's transforms were successfully applied to the frame,
         but the frame was still dropped because it did not match
         any of the SA's ingress Traffic Selectors.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 9 }

t11FcSpSaPairInDetReplays OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that a replay has been detected on
         this Security Association.  Note that a frame that is
         discarded because it is 'behind' the window, i.e., too old,
         is counted as a replay.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 10 }

t11FcSpSaPairInBadXforms OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that a received frame was dropped
         because one of the transforms negotiated for this Security
         Association failed.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 11 }

t11FcSpSaPairInGoodXforms OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only

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  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of received frames for which the transforms
         negotiated for this Security Association, were
         successfully applied.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaPairEntry 12 }

– – Negotiated Ingress Traffic Selectors –

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table containing information about ingress Traffic
         Selectors that are in use on active Security
         Associations."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, sections 4.6, 4.7, and 6.4.5.
          - Use of IKEv2 in FC-SP, RFC 4595,
            July 2006, section 4.4."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaActive 2 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one ingress Traffic
         Selector that is in use on an active Security Association
         on an interface (identified by t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex) to
         a particular Fabric (identified by t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex),
         managed as part of the Fibre Channel management instance
         identified by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex, t11FcSpSaTSelNegInIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInIndex         Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInInboundSpi    T11FcSpiIndex,

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  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartSrcAddr  FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndSrcAddr    FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartDstAddr  FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndDstAddr    FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartRCtl     T11FcRoutingControl,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndRCtl       T11FcRoutingControl,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartType     T11FcSpType,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndType       T11FcSpType,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegInUnpMtchDrops  Counter64

}

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value to distinguish an ingress Traffic Selector
         from all others currently in use by Security Associations
         on the same interface to a particular Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInInboundSpi OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpiIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The SPI of the ingress SA on which this Traffic Selector
         is in use.
         This value can be used to find the SA pair's row in the
         t11FcSpSaPairTable."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartSrcAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 24-bit value of a source address
         (S_ID) of a frame that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndSrcAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION

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         "The numerically largest 24-bit value of a source address
         (S_ID) of a frame that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartDstAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 24-bit value of a destination
         address (D_ID) of a frame that will match with this
         Traffic Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndDstAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 24-bit value of a destination
         address (D_ID) of a frame that will match with this
         Traffic Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 6 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartRCtl OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcRoutingControl
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 8-bit value contained within a
         Routing Control (R_CTL) field of a frame that will match
         with this Traffic Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 7 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndRCtl OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcRoutingControl
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 8-bit value contained within a
         Routing Control (R_CTL) field of a frame that will match
         with this Traffic Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 8 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only

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  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest of a range of possible 'type'
         values of frames that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 9 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest of a range of possible 'type'
         values of frames that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 10 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegInUnpMtchDrops OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Counter64
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of times that a received frame was dropped
         because it matched with this Traffic Selector but the
         frame was not protected as negotiated for the Security
         Association identified by t11FcSpSaTSelNegInInboundSpi.
         This counter has no discontinuities other than those
         that all Counter64's have when sysUpTime=0."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEntry 11 }

– – Negotiated Egress Traffic Selectors –

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table containing information about egress Traffic
         Selectors that are in use on active Security
         Associations."
  REFERENCE
         "- ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D,
            Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP),
            February 2007, sections 4.6, 4.7, and 6.4.5.
          - Use of IKEv2 in FC-SP, RFC 4595,

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            July 2006, section 4.4."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaActive 3 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry contains information about one egress Traffic
         Selector that is in use on an active Security Association
         on an interface (identified by t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex) to
         a particular Fabric (identified by t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex),
         managed as part of the Fibre Channel management instance
         identified by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex, t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutPrecedence }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutPrecedence     T11FcSpPrecedence,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutInboundSpi     T11FcSpiIndex,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartSrcAddr   FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndSrcAddr     FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartDstAddr   FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndDstAddr     FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartRCtl      T11FcRoutingControl,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndRCtl        T11FcRoutingControl,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartType      T11FcSpType,
  t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndType        T11FcSpType

}

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutPrecedence OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpPrecedence
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The precedence of this Traffic Selector.  If and when a
         frame is compared against multiple Traffic Selectors, and
         multiple of them have a match with the frame, the security
         action to be taken for the frame is that specified for the
         matching Traffic Selector having the numerically smallest
         precedence value."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutInboundSpi OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpiIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current

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  DESCRIPTION
         "The SPI of the ingress SA of the SA pair for which this
         Traffic Selector is in use on the egress SA.
         This value can be used to find the SA pair's row in the
         t11FcSpSaPairTable."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartSrcAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 24-bit value of a source address
         (S_ID) of a frame that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndSrcAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 24-bit value of a source address
         (S_ID) of a frame that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartDstAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 24-bit value of a destination
         address (D_ID) of a frame that will match with this
         Traffic Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndDstAddr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero (SIZE (3))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 24-bit value of a destination
         address (D_ID) of a frame that will match with this
         Traffic Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 6 }

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t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartRCtl OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcRoutingControl
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest 8-bit value contained within a
         Routing Control (R_CTL) field of a frame that will match
         with this Traffic Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 7 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndRCtl OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcRoutingControl
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest 8-bit value contained within a
         Routing Control (R_CTL) field of a frame that will match
         with this Traffic Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 8 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically smallest of a range of possible 'type'
         values of frames that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 9 }

t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndType OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpType
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The numerically largest of a range of possible 'type'
         values of frames that will match with this Traffic
         Selector."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEntry 10 }

– – Traffic Selectors index-ed by SPI –

t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaTSelSpiEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current

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  DESCRIPTION
         "A table identifying the Traffic Selectors in use on
         particular Security Associations, INDEX-ed by their
         (ingress) SPI values."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaActive 4 }

t11FcSpSaTSelSpiEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaTSelSpiEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry identifies one Traffic Selector in use on an SA
         pair on the interface (identified by t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex)
         to a particular Fabric (identified by
         t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex), and managed as part of the Fibre
         Channel management instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaPairIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex,
           t11FcSpSaTSelSpiInboundSpi, t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTrafSelIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaTSelSpiEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaTSelSpiInboundSpi     T11FcSpiIndex,
  t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTrafSelIndex   Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaTSelSpiDirection      T11FcSaDirection,
  t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTrafSelPtr     Unsigned32

}

t11FcSpSaTSelSpiInboundSpi OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpiIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An SPI value that identifies the ingress Security
         Association of a particular SA pair."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelSpiEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTrafSelIndex OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "An index value that distinguishes between the
         (potentially multiple) Traffic Selectors in use on
         this Security Association pair."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelSpiEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaTSelSpiDirection OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       T11FcSaDirection
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object indicates whether this Traffic Selector
         is being used for ingress or for egress traffic."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelSpiEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTrafSelPtr OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object contains a pointer into another table that
         can be used to obtain more information about this Traffic
         Selector.
         If the corresponding instance of t11FcSpSaTSelSpiDirection
         has the value 'egress', then this object contains the
         value of t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutPrecedence in the row of
         t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable, which contains more information.
         If the corresponding instance of t11FcSpSaTSelSpiDirection
         has the value 'ingress', then this object contains the
         value of t11FcSpSaTSelNegInIndex that identifies the row
         in t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable containing more information."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaTSelSpiEntry 4 }

– – Notification information & control –

t11FcSpSaControlTable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF T11FcSpSaControlEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A table of control and other information concerning
         the generation of notifications for events related
         to FC-SP Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControl 1 }

t11FcSpSaControlEntry OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpSaControlEntry
  MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "Each entry identifies information for the one or more

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         interfaces (identified by t11FcSpSaIfIndex) to a
         particular Fabric (identified by t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex),
         and managed as part of the Fibre Channel management
         instance identified by fcmInstanceIndex.
         The StorageType of a row in this table is specified by
         the instance of t11FcSpSaIfStorageType that is INDEX-ed
         by the same values of fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex,
         and t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex."
  INDEX  { fcmInstanceIndex, t11FcSpSaIfIndex,
           t11FcSpSaIfFabricIndex }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlTable 1 }

T11FcSpSaControlEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

  t11FcSpSaControlAuthFailEnable  TruthValue,
  t11FcSpSaControlInboundSpi      T11FcSpiIndex,
  t11FcSpSaControlSource          FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaControlDestination     FcAddressIdOrZero,
  t11FcSpSaControlFrame           OCTET STRING,
  t11FcSpSaControlElapsed         TimeTicks,
  t11FcSpSaControlSuppressed      Gauge32,
  t11FcSpSaControlWindow          Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaControlMaxNotifs       Unsigned32,
  t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdEnable  TruthValue,
  t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdSpi     T11FcSpiIndex,
  t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdDir     T11FcSaDirection,
  t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdTime    TimeStamp

}

t11FcSpSaControlAuthFailEnable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       TruthValue
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies whether a t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure
         notification should be generated for the first occurrence
         of an Authentication failure within a time window for this
         Fabric."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 1 }

t11FcSpSaControlInboundSpi OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpiIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The SPI value of the ingress Security Association on
         which was received the last frame for which a
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure was generated.

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         If no t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notifications have
         been generated, the value of this object is zero."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 2 }

t11FcSpSaControlSource OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The S_ID contained in the last frame for which a
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure was generated.
         If no t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notifications have
         been generated, the value of this object is the
         zero-length string."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 3 }

t11FcSpSaControlDestination OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       FcAddressIdOrZero
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The D_ID contained in the last frame for which a
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure was generated.
         If no t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notifications have
         been generated, the value of this object is the
         zero-length string."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 4 }

t11FcSpSaControlFrame OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..256))
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The binary content of the last frame for which a
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure was generated.  If more than
         256 bytes of the frame are available, then this object
         contains the first 256 bytes.  If less than 256 bytes of
         the frame are available, then this object contains the
         first N bytes, where N is greater or equal to zero.
         If no t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notifications have
         been generated, the value of this object is the
         zero-length string."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 5 }

t11FcSpSaControlElapsed OBJECT-TYPE

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  SYNTAX       TimeTicks
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The elapsed time since the last generation of a
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notification on the same
         Fabric, or the value of sysUpTime if no
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notifications have been
         generated since the last restart."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 6 }

t11FcSpSaControlSuppressed OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Gauge32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The number of occurrences of an Authentication failure
         on a Fabric that were suppressed because they occurred
         on the same Fabric within the same time window as a
         previous Authentication failure for which a
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notification was generated.
         The value of this object is reset to zero on a restart
         of the network management subsystem, and whenever a
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notification is generated.
         In the event that the value of this object reaches its
         maximum value, it remains at that value until it is
         reset on the generation of the next
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notification."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 7 }

t11FcSpSaControlWindow OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32 (1..4294967295)
  UNITS        "seconds"
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The length of a time window that begins when a
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notification is generated for
         any Security Association on a particular Fabric.  For the
         duration of the time window, further Authentication failures
         occurring for the same Security Association are counted but
         no t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notification is generated.
         When this object is modified before the end of a time
         window, that time window is immediately terminated, i.e.,
         the next Authentication failure on the relevant Fabric
         after the modification will cause a new time window to

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         begin with the new length."
  DEFVAL   { 300 }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 8 }

t11FcSpSaControlMaxNotifs OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       Unsigned32
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The maximum number of t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure
         notifications to be generated per Fabric within a
         t11FcSpSaControlWindow time window.  Subsequent
         Authentication failures occurring on the same Fabric
         in the same time window are counted, but no
         t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure notification is generated.
         When this object is modified before the end of a time
         window, that time window is immediately terminated, i.e.,
         the next Authentication failure on the relevant Fabric
         after the modification will cause a new time window to
         begin with the new length."
  DEFVAL   { 16 }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 9 }

t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdEnable OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       TruthValue
  MAX-ACCESS   read-write
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This object specifies whether t11FcSpSaNotifyLifeExceeded
         notifications should be generated for this Fabric."
  DEFVAL   { true }
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 10 }

t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdSpi OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSpiIndex
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The SPI of the SA that was most recently terminated
         because its lifetime (in seconds or in passed bytes)
         was exceeded.  Such terminations include those due to
         a failed attempt to renew an SA after its lifetime was
         exceeded."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 11 }

t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdDir OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       T11FcSaDirection

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  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The direction of frame transmission on the SA that was
         most recently terminated because its lifetime (in seconds
         or in passed bytes) was exceeded."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 12 }

t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdTime OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX       TimeStamp
  MAX-ACCESS   read-only
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The time of the most recent termination of an SA
         due to its lifetime (in seconds or in passed bytes)
         being exceeded.  Such terminations include those
         due to a failed attempt to renew an SA after its
         lifetime was exceeded."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaControlEntry 13 }

– – Notification definitions –

t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure NOTIFICATION-TYPE

  OBJECTS      { t11FcSpSaControlInboundSpi,
                 t11FcSpSaControlSource,
                 t11FcSpSaControlDestination,
                 t11FcSpSaControlFrame,
                 t11FcSpSaControlElapsed,
                 t11FcSpSaControlSuppressed }
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "When this notification is generated, it indicates the
         occurrence of an Authentication failure for a received
         FC-2 or CT_IU frame.  The t11FcSpSaControlInboundSpi,
         t11FcSpSaControlSource, and t11FcSpSaControlDestination
         objects in the varbindlist are the frame's SPI, source and
         destination addresses, respectively.  t11FcSpSaControlFrame
         provides the (beginning of the) frame's content if such is
         available.
         This notification is generated only for the first
         occurrence of an Authentication failure on a Fabric within
         a time window.  Subsequent occurrences of an Authentication
         Failure on the same Fabric within the same time window
         are counted but suppressed.

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         The value of t11FcSpSaControlElapsed contains (a lower bound
         on) the elapsed time since the last generation of this
         notification for the same Fabric.  The value of
         t11FcSpSaControlSuppressed contains the number of
         generations which were suppressed in the time window after
         that last generation, or zero if unknown."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBNotifications 1 }

t11FcSpSaNotifyLifeExceeded NOTIFICATION-TYPE

  OBJECTS      { t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdSpi,
                 t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdDir }
  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "This notification is generated when the lifetime (in
         seconds or in passed bytes) of an SA is exceeded, and the
         SA is either immediately terminated or is terminated
         because an attempt to renew the SA fails.  The values of
         t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdSpi and t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdDir
         contain the SPI and direction of the terminated SA."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBNotifications 2 }

– – Conformance –

t11FcSpSaMIBCompliances

                  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBConformance 1 }

t11FcSpSaMIBGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBConformance 2 }

t11FcSpSaMIBCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE

  STATUS       current
  DESCRIPTION
         "The compliance statement for entities that implement
         FC-SP Security Associations."
  MODULE  -- this module
      MANDATORY-GROUPS
          { t11FcSpSaCapabilityGroup,
            t11FcSpSaParamStatusGroup,
            t11FcSpSaSummaryCountGroup,
            t11FcSpSaProposalGroup,
            t11FcSpSaDropBypassGroup,
            t11FcSpSaActiveGroup,
            t11FcSpSaNotifInfoGroup,
            t11FcSpSaNotificationGroup
          }
  1. - The following is an auxiliary (listed in an INDEX clause)

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  1. - object for which the SMIv2 does not allow an OBJECT clause
  2. - to be specified, but for which this MIB has the following
  3. - compliance requirement:
  4. - OBJECT t11FcSpSaIfIndex
  5. - DESCRIPTION
  6. - Compliance requires support for either one of:
  7. - - individual interfaces using ifIndex values, or
  8. - - the use of the zero value.

– Write access is not required for any objects in this MIB module:

      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaIfStorageType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropStorageType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTransStorageType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaIfReplayPrevention
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaIfReplayWindowSize
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaIfTerminateAllSas
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaPropSecurityProt
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaPropTSelListIndex
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaPropTransListIndex
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaPropAcceptAlgorithm

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      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaPropRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropDirection
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartSrcAddr
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndSrcAddr
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartDstAddr
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndDstAddr
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartRCtl
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndRCtl
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelPropRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTransSecurityProt

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      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTransEncryptAlg
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTransEncryptKeyLen
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTransIntegrityAlg
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTransRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByAction
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartSrcAddr
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndSrcAddr
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartDstAddr
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndDstAddr
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartRCtl
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndRCtl
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartType

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      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndType
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaTSelDrByRowStatus
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaPairTerminate
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaControlAuthFailEnable
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaControlWindow
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaControlMaxNotifs
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
      OBJECT       t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdEnable
      MIN-ACCESS   read-only
      DESCRIPTION  "Write access is not required."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBCompliances 1 }

– Units of Conformance

t11FcSpSaCapabilityGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpSaIfEspHeaderCapab,
             t11FcSpSaIfCTAuthCapab,
             t11FcSpSaIfIKEv2Capab,
             t11FcSpSaIfIkev2AuthCapab
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects containing information
         related to capabilities of FC-SP entities."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBGroups 1 }

t11FcSpSaParamStatusGroup OBJECT-GROUP

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  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpSaIfStorageType,
             t11FcSpSaIfReplayPrevention,
             t11FcSpSaIfReplayWindowSize,
             t11FcSpSaIfDeadPeerDetections,
             t11FcSpSaIfTerminateAllSas
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects containing parameters
         and status information related to FC-SP entities."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBGroups 2 }

t11FcSpSaSummaryCountGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpSaIfOutDrops,
             t11FcSpSaIfOutBypasses,
             t11FcSpSaIfOutProcesses,
             t11FcSpSaIfOutUnMatcheds,
             t11FcSpSaIfInUnprotUnmtchDrops,
             t11FcSpSaIfInDetReplays,
             t11FcSpSaIfInUnprotMtchDrops,
             t11FcSpSaIfInBadXforms,
             t11FcSpSaIfInGoodXforms,
             t11FcSpSaIfInProtUnmtchs
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects containing summary
         counters for FC-SP Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBGroups 3 }

t11FcSpSaProposalGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpSaPropSecurityProt,
             t11FcSpSaPropTSelListIndex,
             t11FcSpSaPropTransListIndex,
             t11FcSpSaPropAcceptAlgorithm,
             t11FcSpSaPropOutMatchSucceeds,
             t11FcSpSaPropRowStatus,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropDirection,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartSrcAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndSrcAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartDstAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndDstAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartRCtl,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndRCtl,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropStartType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropEndType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropStorageType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelPropRowStatus

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           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects containing information
         related to making and accepting proposals for
         FC-SP Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBGroups 4 }

t11FcSpSaDropBypassGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpSaTSelDrByAction,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartSrcAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndSrcAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartDstAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndDstAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartRCtl,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndRCtl,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByStartType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByEndType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByMatches,
             t11FcSpSaTSelDrByRowStatus
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects containing information
         about Traffic Selectors of traffic to drop or bypass
         for FC-SP Security."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBGroups 5 }

t11FcSpSaActiveGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpSaPairSecurityProt,
             t11FcSpSaPairTransListIndex,
             t11FcSpSaPairTransIndex,
             t11FcSpSaPairLifetimeLeft,
             t11FcSpSaPairLifetimeLeftUnits,
             t11FcSpSaPairTerminate,
             t11FcSpSaPairInProtUnMatchs,
             t11FcSpSaPairInDetReplays,
             t11FcSpSaPairInBadXforms,
             t11FcSpSaPairInGoodXforms,
             t11FcSpSaTransSecurityProt,
             t11FcSpSaTransEncryptAlg,
             t11FcSpSaTransEncryptKeyLen,
             t11FcSpSaTransIntegrityAlg,
             t11FcSpSaTransStorageType,
             t11FcSpSaTransRowStatus,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInInboundSpi,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartSrcAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndSrcAddr,

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             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartDstAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndDstAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartRCtl,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndRCtl,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInStartType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInEndType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegInUnpMtchDrops,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutInboundSpi,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartSrcAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndSrcAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartDstAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndDstAddr,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartRCtl,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndRCtl,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutStartType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutEndType,
             t11FcSpSaTSelSpiDirection,
             t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTrafSelPtr
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects containing information related
         to currently active FC-SP Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBGroups 6 }

t11FcSpSaNotifInfoGroup OBJECT-GROUP

  OBJECTS  { t11FcSpSaControlAuthFailEnable,
             t11FcSpSaControlInboundSpi,
             t11FcSpSaControlSource,
             t11FcSpSaControlDestination,
             t11FcSpSaControlFrame,
             t11FcSpSaControlElapsed,
             t11FcSpSaControlSuppressed,
             t11FcSpSaControlWindow,
             t11FcSpSaControlMaxNotifs,
             t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdEnable,
             t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdSpi,
             t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdDir,
             t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdTime
           }
  STATUS   current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of objects containing information
         related to notifications of events concerning
         FC-SP Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBGroups 7 }

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t11FcSpSaNotificationGroup NOTIFICATION-GROUP

  NOTIFICATIONS  { t11FcSpSaNotifyAuthFailure,
                   t11FcSpSaNotifyLifeExceeded
                 }
  STATUS         current
  DESCRIPTION
         "A collection of notifications of events concerning
         FC-SP Security Associations."
  ::= { t11FcSpSaMIBGroups 8 }

END

7. IANA Considerations

 IANA has made one MIB OID assignment, under the appropriate subtree,
 for each of the five MIB modules defined in this document.

8. Security Considerations

 In this section, the first sub-section explains why this document
 does not define MIB objects for particular items of (management)
 information.  This is followed by one sub-section for each of the MIB
 modules defined in section 6, listing their individual Security
 Considerations.  The section concludes with Security Considerations
 common to all of these MIB modules.
 The key word "RECOMMENDED" contained in this section is to be
 interpreted as described in BCP 14 [RFC2119].

8.1. Information Not Defined in This Document

 This document doesn't define any MIB objects for the secrets that
 need to be known/determined by FC-SP entities in order to use DH-CHAP
 to authenticate each other.  Such secrets are "highly sensitive" and
 need to be "strong secrets" (e.g., randomly generated and/or from an
 external source, see section 5.4.8 of [FC-SP]) rather than just
 passwords.  Thus, such secrets need to be managed by mechanisms other
 than the MIB modules defined here.

8.2. The T11-FC-SP-TC-MIB Module

 This MIB module defines some data types and assigns some Object
 Identifiers, for use as the syntax and as values of MIB objects,
 respectively, but it itself defines no MIB objects.  Thus, there is
 no direct read or write access via a management protocol, such as
 SNMP, to these definitions.  Nevertheless, it does include the
 assignment of enumerations and OIDs to represent cryptographic
 algorithms/transforms, and it is appropriate for such assignments to

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 be augmented with new assignments as and when new
 algorithms/transforms are available.

8.3. The T11-FC-SP-AUTHENTICATION-MIB Module

 There are several management objects defined in this MIB module with
 a MAX-ACCESS clause of read-write.  Such objects may be considered
 sensitive or vulnerable in some network environments.  The support
 for SET operations in a non-secure environment without proper
 protection can have a negative effect on network operations.  These
 objects and their sensitivity/vulnerability are:
    t11FcSpAuStorageType
       - could cause changes in the configuration to be retained or
         not retained over restarts, against the wishes of management.
    t11FcSpAuSendRejNotifyEnable
    t11FcSpAuRcvRejNotifyEnable
       - could cause the suppression of SNMP notifications (e.g., of
         authentication failures or protocol failures), or the
         disruption of network operations due to the generation of
         unwanted notifications.
    t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetime
    t11FcSpAuDefaultLifetimeUnits
       - could cause the lifetimes of Security Associations to be
         extended longer than might be secure, or shortened to cause
         an increase in the overhead of using security.
    t11FcSpAuRejectMaxRows
       - could cause a smaller audit trail of Authentication rejects,
         thereby hiding the tracks of an attacker, or a larger audit
         trail of Authentication rejects causing resources to be
         wasted.
 Some of the readable objects in this MIB module (i.e., objects with a
 MAX-ACCESS other than not-accessible) may be considered sensitive or
 vulnerable in some network environments.  It is thus important to
 control even GET and/or NOTIFY access to these objects and possibly
 to even encrypt the values of these objects when sending them over
 the network via SNMP.  These are the tables and objects and their
 sensitivity/vulnerability:
    t11FcSpAuEntityTable
       - the capabilities of FC-SP Authentication entities in terms of
         what cryptographic algorithms they support, and various
         configuration parameters of FC-SP Authentication entities.

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    t11FcSpAuIfStatTable
       - the mapping of which FC-SP Authentication entities operate on
         which interfaces.
    t11FcSpAuRejectTable
       - an audit trail of authentication failures and other
         Authentication Protocol failures.

8.4. The T11-FC-SP-ZONING-MIB Module

 There are several management objects defined in this MIB module with
 a MAX-ACCESS clause of read-write and/or read-create.  Such objects
 may be considered sensitive or vulnerable in some network
 environments.  The support for SET operations in a non-secure
 environment without proper protection can have a negative effect on
 network operations.  These objects and their
 sensitivity/vulnerability are:
    t11FcSpZsServerEnabled
       - could cause FC-SP Zoning mode to be enabled or not enabled,
         against the wishes of management.
    t11FcSpZoneSetHashStatus
       - could cause an FC-SP implementation to recalculate the values
         of the Active Zone Set Hash and the Zone Set Database Hash
         more frequently than is required by management.
    t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinSuccessEnable
    t11FcSpZsNotifyJoinFailureEnable
       - could cause the suppression of SNMP notifications that a
         Switch in one Fabric has successfully joined/failed to join
         with a Switch in another Fabric, or the disruption of network
         operations due to the generation of unwanted notifications.
 Some of the readable objects in this MIB module (i.e., objects with a
 MAX-ACCESS other than not-accessible) may be considered sensitive or
 vulnerable in some network environments.  It is thus important to
 control even GET and/or NOTIFY access to these objects and possibly
 to even encrypt the values of these objects when sending them over
 the network via SNMP.  These are the objects and their
 sensitivity/vulnerability:
    t11FcSpZsServerCapabilityObject
    t11FcSpZsServerEnabled
       - the FC-SP Zoning capabilities and status of the FC-SP
         implementation.

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    t11FcSpZoneSetHashStatus
    t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHashType
    t11FcSpActiveZoneSetHash
    t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHashType
    t11FcSpZoneSetDatabaseHash
       - the current values of the Active Zone Set Hash and the Zone
         Set Database Hash.

8.5. The T11-FC-SP-POLICY-MIB Module

 There are many management objects defined in this MIB module with a
 MAX-ACCESS clause of read-write and/or read-create.  Such objects may
 be considered sensitive or vulnerable in some network environments.
 The support for SET operations in a non-secure environment without
 proper protection can have a negative effect on network operations.
 The objects and tables and their sensitivity/vulnerability are:
    t11FcSpPoNaSummaryTable
    t11FcSpPoNaSwListTable
    t11FcSpPoNaSwMembTable
    t11FcSpPoNaNoMembTable
    t11FcSpPoNaCtDescrTable
    t11FcSpPoNaSwConnTable
    t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtTable
       - could change the currently inactive FC-SP Fabric Policies, so
         as to allow unauthorized connectivity of Switches and/or
         Nodes to the network, or between Switches in the network, or,
         to prohibit such connectivity even when authorized.
    t11FcSpPoNaIpMgmtTable
    t11FcSpPoNaWkpDescrTable
       - could change the currently inactive FC-SP Fabric Policies, so
         as to allow unauthorized management access to Switches, or
         prohibit authorized management access to Switches.
    t11FcSpPoNaSummaryTable
    t11FcSpPoNaSwMembTable
    t11FcSpPoNaNoMembTable
    t11FcSpPoNaAttribTable
    t11FcSpPoNaAuthProtTable
       - could change the currently inactive FC-SP Fabric Policies, so
         as to allow Security Associations with reduced security or
         require Security Associations that are unnecessarily secure.

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    t11FcSpPoOperActivate
    t11FcSpPoOperDeActivate
       - could cause the currently active FC-SP Fabric Policies to be
         de-activated and currently inactive FC-SP Fabric Policies
         (e.g., those modified as above) to be activated instead.
    t11FcSpPoStorageType
       - could cause changes in the configuration and/or in FC-SP
         Fabric Policies to be retained or not retained over restarts,
         against the wishes of management.
    t11FcSpPoNotificationEnable
       - could cause the suppression of SNMP notifications on the
         successful/unsuccessful activation/deactivation of Fabric
         Policies, and thereby hide successful/failed attempts to make
         unauthorized changes, or cause the disruption of network
         operations due to the generation of unwanted notifications.
 Some of the readable objects in this MIB module (i.e., objects with a
 MAX-ACCESS other than not-accessible) may be considered sensitive or
 vulnerable in some network environments.  It is thus important to
 control even GET and/or NOTIFY access to these objects and possibly
 to even encrypt the values of these objects when sending them over
 the network via SNMP.  These are the tables and their
 sensitivity/vulnerability:
    t11FcSpPoTable
    t11FcSpPoSummaryTable
    t11FcSpPoSwMembTable
    t11FcSpPoNoMembTable
    t11FcSpPoCtDescrTable
    t11FcSpPoSwConnTable
    t11FcSpPoIpMgmtTable
    t11FcSpPoWkpDescrTable
    t11FcSpPoAttribTable
    t11FcSpPoAuthProtTable
       - the currently active FC-SP Fabric Policies that can be
         examined by an attacker looking for possible security
         vulnerabilities in the active policies.

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8.6. The T11-FC-SP-SA-MIB Module

 There are several management objects defined in this MIB module with
 a MAX-ACCESS clause of read-write and/or read-create.  Such objects
 may be considered sensitive or vulnerable in some network
 environments.  The support for SET operations in a non-secure
 environment without proper protection can have a negative effect on
 network operations.  These objects and their
 sensitivity/vulnerability are:
    t11FcSpSaIfStorageType
    t11FcSpSaTSelPropStorageType
    t11FcSpSaTransStorageType
       - could cause changes in configuration information related to
         FC-SP Security Associations to be retained or not retained
         over restarts, against the wishes of management.
    t11FcSpSaIfReplayPrevention
    t11FcSpSaIfReplayWindowSize
       - could cause changes in the operation of anti-replay
         protection, thereby permitting an attacker to conduct replay
         attacks, or requiring FC-SP implementations to engage in
         unnecessary protection against replay.
    t11FcSpSaIfTerminateAllSas
    t11FcSpSaPairTerminate
       - could cause FC-SP Security Associations to be aborted
         unnecessarily.
    t11FcSpSaControlAuthFailEnable
       - could cause the suppression of SNMP notifications on the
         occurrence of Authentication failures for received FC-2 or
         CT_IU frames, thereby hiding attempts to subvert security
         measures, or cause the disruption of network operations due
         to the generation of unwanted notifications.
    t11FcSpSaControlLifeExcdEnable
       - could cause the suppression of SNMP notifications on the
         occurrence of an FC-SP Security Association exceeding its
         lifetime, thereby possibly causing disruption to network
         usage due to a delay in determining the problem and/or re-
         establishing the Security Association.

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    t11FcSpSaControlWindow
       - could cause the suppression of second and subsequent SNMP
         notifications on the occurrence of Authentication failures
         for received FC-2 or CT_IU frames, thereby masking repeated
         attempts to subvert security measures, or cause the
         disruption of network operations due to the generation of
         unwanted notifications.
    t11FcSpSaControlMaxNotifs
       - could cause the suppression of all SNMP notifications on the
         occurrence of Authentication failures for received FC-2 or
         CT_IU frames, thereby masking attempts to subvert security
         measures, or cause the disruption of network operations due
         to the generation of unwanted notifications.
    t11FcSpSaPropTable
    t11FcSpSaTSelPropTable
    t11FcSpSaTransTable
       - could cause an FC-SP entity to propose the setup of Security
         Associations that apply to a different selection of traffic
         and/or using different security transforms, such that some
         traffic has a reduced level of security that might improve an
         attacker's chance of subverting security, or an increased
         level of security that would involve unnecessary security
         processing, or cause the negotiation of Security Associations
         to fail to find commonly acceptable parameters such that no
         Security Associations can be established.
    t11FcSpSaTSelDrByTable
       - could cause an FC-SP entity to select different sets of
         traffic which are: a) to be sent/received without being
         protected by FC-SP security, thereby providing an attacker
         with access to read authentic traffic or the ability to
         introduce unauthentic traffic; or b) to be dropped instead of
         being sent/after being received, thereby causing disruption
         to network usage.
 Some of the readable objects in this MIB module (i.e., objects with a
 MAX-ACCESS other than not-accessible) may be considered sensitive or
 vulnerable in some network environments.  It is thus important to
 control even GET and/or NOTIFY access to these objects and possibly
 to even encrypt the values of these objects when sending them over
 the network via SNMP.  These are the tables and objects and their
 sensitivity/vulnerability:

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    t11FcSpSaIfTable
       - information concerning the capabilities, parameters and
         status of an FC-SP entity's support for Security
         Associations.
    t11FcSpSaPropTable
    t11FcSpSaTSelPropTable
    t11FcSpSaTransTable
       - information on the proposals that will be used by an FC-SP
         entity to negotiate Security Associations.
    t11FcSpSaTSelDrByTable
       - information on which subsets of traffic an FC-SP entity will
         send or receive without being protected by FC-SP security, or
         will drop before sending/after receiving.
    t11FcSpSaPairTable
    t11FcSpSaTSelNegInTable
    t11FcSpSaTSelNegOutTable
    t11FcSpSaTSelSpiTable
       - information on which Security Associations are currently
         active, what subsets of traffic they are carrying, and what
         security protection is being given to them.

8.7. Recommendations Common to All MIB Modules

 SNMP versions prior to SNMPv3 did not include adequate security.
 Even if the network itself is secure (for example by using IPsec),
 even then, there is no control as to who on the secure network is
 allowed to access and GET/SET (read/change/create/delete) the objects
 in this MIB module.
 It is RECOMMENDED that implementors consider the security features as
 provided by the SNMPv3 framework (see [RFC3410], section 8),
 including full support for the SNMPv3 cryptographic mechanisms (for
 authentication and privacy).
 Further, deployment of SNMP versions prior to SNMPv3 is NOT
 RECOMMENDED.  Instead, it is RECOMMENDED to deploy SNMPv3 and to
 enable cryptographic security.  It is then a customer/operator
 responsibility to ensure that the SNMP entity giving access to an
 instance of this MIB module is properly configured to give access to
 the objects only to those principals (users) that have legitimate
 rights to indeed GET or SET (change/create/delete) them.
 Because the two algorithms currently specified for
 T11FcSpPolicyHashFormat are SHA-1 and SHA-256, the definition of
 T11FcSpHashCalculationStatus expresses a concern in regard to not

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 incrementally recomputing the hashes after each change when a series
 of multiple related changes are being made.  This method of reducing
 computation is intended as a responsiveness measure (i.e.,
 cooperating SNMP managers and agents can get things done faster), not
 as a Denial-of-Service (DoS) countermeasure.  Nevertheless,
 implementations should also consider the DoS possibilities in these
 scenarios; potential countermeasures include: requiring
 authentication for SETs and the rate-limiting of SET operations if
 they can cause significant computation.

9. Normative References

 [RFC2578]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D., Schoenwaelder, J., Case, J.,
            Rose, M. and S. Waldbusser, "Structure of Management
            Information Version 2 (SMIv2)", STD 58, RFC 2578, April
            1999.
 [RFC2579]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D., Schoenwaelder, J., Case, J.,
            Rose, M. and S. Waldbusser, "Textual Conventions for
            SMIv2", STD 58, RFC 2579, April 1999.
 [RFC2580]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D., Schoenwaelder, J., Case, J.,
            Rose, M. and S. Waldbusser, "Conformance Statements for
            SMIv2", STD 58, RFC 2580, April 1999.
 [RFC2863]  McCloghrie, K. and F. Kastenholz, "The Interfaces Group
            MIB", RFC 2863, June 2000.
 [RFC3411]  Harrington, D., Presuhn, R., and B. Wijnen, "An
            Architecture for Describing Simple Network Management
            Protocol (SNMP) Management Frameworks", STD 62, RFC 3411,
            December 2002.
 [RFC4001]  Daniele, M., Haberman, B., Routhier, S., and J.
            Schoenwaelder, "Textual Conventions for Internet Network
            Addresses", RFC 4001, February 2005.
 [RFC4044]  McCloghrie, K., "Fibre Channel Management MIB", RFC 4044,
            May 2005.
 [RFC4303]  Kent, S., "IP Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)", RFC
            4303, December 2005.
 [RFC4306]  Kaufman, C., Ed., "Internet Key Exchange (IKEv2)
            Protocol", RFC 4306, December 2005.

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 [RFC4438]  DeSanti, C., Gaonkar, V., Vivek, H., McCloghrie, K., and
            S. Gai, "Fibre-Channel Name Server MIB", RFC 4438, April
            2006.
 [RFC4439]  DeSanti, C., Gaonkar, V., McCloghrie, K., and S. Gai,
            "Fibre Channel Fabric Address Manager MIB", RFC 4439,
            March 2006.
 [RFC4936]  DeSanti, C., Vivek, H., McCloghrie, K., and S. Gai, "Fibre
            Channel Zone Server MIB", RFC 4936, August 2007.
 [FC-FS-2]  "Fibre Channel - Framing and Signaling-2 (FC-FS-2)",
            ANSI INCITS 424-2007, February 2007.
 [FC-GS-5]  "Fibre Channel - Generic Services-5 (FC-GS-5)",
            ANSI INCITS 427-2006, December 2006.
 [FC-SP]    "Fibre Channel - Security Protocols (FC-SP)",
            ANSI INCITS 426-2007, T11/Project 1570-D, February 2007.
 [FC-SW-4]  "Fibre Channel - Switch Fabric-4 (FC-SW-4)",
            ANSI INCITS 418-2006, April 2006.
 [RFC2119]  Bradner, S., "Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate
            Requirement Levels", BCP 14, RFC 2119, March 1997.

10. Informative References

 [RFC1492]  Finseth, C., "An Access Control Protocol, Sometimes Called
            TACACS", RFC 1492, July 1993.
 [RFC2741]  Daniele, M., Wijnen, B., Ellison, M., and D. Francisco,
            "Agent Extensibility (AgentX) Protocol Version 1", RFC
            2741, January 2000.
 [RFC2837]  Teow, K., "Definitions of Managed Objects for the Fabric
            Element in Fibre Channel Standard", RFC 2837, May 2000.
 [RFC2865]  Rigney, C., Willens, S., Rubens, A., and W. Simpson,
            "Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS)", RFC
            2865, June 2000.
 [RFC3410]  Case, J., Mundy, R., Partain, D., and B. Stewart,
            "Introduction and Applicability Statements for Internet-
            Standard Management Framework", RFC 3410, December 2002.
 [RFC3588]  Calhoun, P., Loughney, J., Guttman, E., Zorn, G., and J.
            Arkko, "Diameter Base Protocol", RFC 3588, September 2003.

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 [RFC4595]  Maino, F. and D. Black, "Use of IKEv2 in the Fibre Channel
            Security Association Management Protocol", RFC 4595, July
            2006.
 [RFC4625]  DeSanti, C., McCloghrie, K., Kode, S., and S. Gai, "Fibre
            Channel Routing Information MIB", RFC 4625, September
            2006.
 [RFC4626]  DeSanti, C., Gaonkar, V., McCloghrie, K., and S. Gai, "MIB
            for Fibre Channel's Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF)
            Protocol", RFC 4626, September 2006.
 [RFC4668]  Nelson, D., "RADIUS Authentication Client MIB for IPv6",
            RFC 4668, August 2006.
 [RFC4747]  Kipp, S., Ramkumar, G., and K. McCloghrie, "The Virtual
            Fabrics MIB", RFC 4747, November 2006.
 [RFC4935]  DeSanti, C., Vivek, H., McCloghrie, K., and S. Gai, "Fibre
            Channel Fabric Configuration Server MIB", RFC 4935, August
            2007.
 [RFC4983]  DeSanti, C., Vivek, H., McCloghrie, K., and S. Gai, "Fibre
            Channel Registered State Change Notification (RSCN) MIB",
            RFC 4983, August 2007.

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11. Acknowledgements

 This document was initially developed and approved by the INCITS Task
 Group T11.5 (http://www.t11.org) as the SM-FSM project.  We wish to
 acknowledge the contributions and comments from the INCITS Technical
 Committee T11, including the following:
    T11 Chair: Robert Snively, Brocade
    T11 Vice Chair: Claudio DeSanti, Cisco Systems
    T11.5 Chair: Roger Cummings, Symantec
    T11.5 members:
       David Black, EMC
       Don Fraser, HP
       Larry Hofer, Brocade
       Scott Kipp, Brocade
       Ralph Weber, ENDL
 The document was subsequently a work item of the IMSS Working Group
 (of the IETF), chaired by David Black (EMC Corporation).  Bert Wijnen
 (Alcatel-Lucent) deserves many thanks for his thorough review of all
 five MIB modules in this (large!) document.  We also wish to
 acknowledge Dan Romascanu (Avaya), the IETF Area Director, for his
 comments and assistance.

Authors' Addresses

 Claudio DeSanti
 Cisco Systems, Inc.
 170 West Tasman Drive
 San Jose, CA 95134 USA
 Phone: +1 408 853-9172
 EMail: cds@cisco.com
 Fabio Maino
 Cisco Systems, Inc.
 170 West Tasman Drive
 San Jose, CA 95134 USA
 Phone: +1 408 853-7530
 EMail: fmaino@cisco.com
 Keith McCloghrie
 Cisco Systems, Inc.
 170 West Tasman Drive
 San Jose, CA USA 95134
 Phone: +1 408-526-5260
 EMail: kzm@cisco.com

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