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Network Working Group                                           C. Sikes
Internet-Draft                                   Paradyne Networks, Inc.
Expires: November 27, 2005                                        B. Ray
                                            PESA Switching Systems, Inc.
                                                                 R. Abbi
                                                             Alcatel USA
                                                            May 26, 2005


 Definitions of Managed Objects for High Bit-Rate DSL - 2nd generation
(HDSL2) and Single-Pair High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (SHDSL) Lines
                  draft-ietf-adslmib-gshdslbis-11.txt

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Abstract

   This document defines a Management Information Base (MIB) module for
   use with network management protocols in the Internet community.  In
   particular, it describes objects used for managing High Bit-Rate
   Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) - 2nd generation (HDSL2) and Single-



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   Pair High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (SHDSL) interfaces.  This
   document introduces extensions to several objects and textual
   conventions defined in HDSL2-SHDSL-Line MIB (RFC 3276).  This
   document obsoletes RFC 3276.

Table of Contents

   1.  The Internet-Standard Management Framework . . . . . . . . . .  3
   2.  Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  3
     2.1   Relationship to other MIBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  3
     2.2   IANA Considerations  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  5
     2.3   Conventions used in the MIB Module . . . . . . . . . . . .  6
     2.4   Structure  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  7
     2.5   Line Topology  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
     2.6   Counters, Interval Buckets and Thresholds  . . . . . . . . 11
     2.7   Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
     2.8   Notifications  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
   3.  Definitions  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
   4.  Implementation Analysis  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
   5.  Security Considerations  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
   6.  Acknowledgments  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
   7.  References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
     7.1   Normative References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
     7.2   Informative References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
       Authors' Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
       Intellectual Property and Copyright Statements . . . . . . . . 75

























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1.  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].

   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 RFC 2119 [RFC2119].

2.  Overview

   This document defines a Management Information Base (MIB) module for
   use with network management protocols in the Internet community for
   the purpose of managing HDSL2/SHDSL Lines.

   The MIB module described in RFC 3276 [RFC3276] describes objects used
   for managing High Bit-Rate DSL - 2nd generation (HDSL2) [T1E1.4] and
   Single-Pair High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (SHDSL) interfaces
   [G.991.2].  These object descriptions are based upon the
   specifications for the HDSL2 and SHDSL Embedded Operations Channel
   (EOC) as defined in American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
   T1E1.4/2000-006 [T1E1.4] and International Telecommunication Union
   (ITU) G.991.2 [G.991.2].

   This document obsoletes RFC 3276 [RFC3276] which supports G.shdsl in
   that the MIB module described herein supports G.shdsl.bis as
   described in the G.991.2 [G.991.2].  In addition, objects have been
   added to improve the management of SHDSL lines.

   The MIB module is located in the MIB tree under MIB 2 transmission,
   as discussed in the MIB-2 Integration (RFC 2863 [RFC2863]) section of
   this document.

2.1  Relationship to other MIBs

   This section outlines the relationship of this MIB module with other
   MIB modules described in RFCs.  Specifically, IF-MIB as presented in
   RFC 2863 [RFC2863] is discussed.



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2.1.1  General IF-MIB Integration (RFC 2863)

   The HDSL2/SHDSL Line MIB specifies the detailed attributes of a data
   interface.  As such, it needs to integrate with RFC 2863 [RFC2863].
   The IANA has assigned the following ifTypes to HDSL2 and SHDSL:

      IANAifType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          ...
      SYNTAX INTEGER {
          ...
          hdsl2 (168), -- High Bit-Rate DSL, 2nd generation
          shdsl (169), -- Multirate HDSL2
          ...
          }

   Note that the ifFixedLengthGroup from RFC 2863 [RFC2863] MUST be
   supported and that the ifRcvAddressGroup does not apply to this MIB
   module.

2.1.2  Usage of ifTable

   The MIB branch identified by this ifType contains tables appropriate
   for this interface type.  Most such tables extend the ifEntry table,
   and are indexed by ifIndex.  For interfaces in systems implementing
   this MIB module, those table entries indexed by ifIndex MUST be
   persistent.

   The following attributes are part of the mandatory
   ifGeneralInformationGroup in RFC 2863 [RFC2863], and are not
   duplicated in the HDSL2/SHDSL Line MIB.





















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   ===================================================================

      ifIndex                  Interface index.

      ifDescr                  See interfaces MIB [RFC2863].

      ifType                   hdsl2(168) or shdsl(169).

      ifSpeed                  Set as appropriate.
                               (This is fixed at 1552000 for HDSL2
                               lines)

      ifPhysAddress            This object MUST have an octet string
                               with zero length.

      ifAdminStatus            See interfaces MIB [RFC2863].

      ifOperStatus             See interfaces MIB [RFC2863].

      ifLastChange             See interfaces MIB [RFC2863].

      ifName                   See interfaces MIB [RFC2863].

      ifAlias                  See interfaces MIB [RFC2863].

      ifLinkUpDownTrapEnable   Default to enabled(1).

      ifHighSpeed              Set as appropriate.
                               (For HDSL2 lines, this is fixed at 2)

      ifConnectorPresent       Set as appropriate.

   ===================================================================
                     Figure 1: Use of ifTable Objects


2.2  IANA Considerations

   The HDSL2-SHDSL-LINE-MIB module requires the allocation of a single
   object identifier for its MODULE-IDENTITY.  The IANA has allocated
   this object identifier in the transmission subtree (48), defined in
   the SNMPv2-SMI MIB module.

   The assignment was in fact done when RFC 3276 was published, and this
   revision of the RFC does not require any new action from IANA.






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2.3  Conventions used in the MIB Module

2.3.1  Naming Conventions

   A.  xtuC refers to a central site terminal unit;
       H2TU-C for HDSL2, or STU-C for SHDSL.
   B.  xtuR refers to a remote site terminal unit;
       H2TU-R for HDSL2, or STU-R for SHDSL.
   C.  xtu refers to a terminal unit; either an xtuC or xtuR.
   D.  xru refer to a regenerator unit;
       H2RU for HDSL2, or SRU for SHDSL.
   E.  xU refers to any HDSL2/SHDSL unit; either an xtu or xru.
   F.  CRC is cyclic redundancy check [G.991.2].
   G.  ES means errored second [G.991.2].
   J.  LOSW means loss of sync word [G.991.2].
   I.  LOSWS means LOSW seconds [G.991.2].
   J.  SES means severely errored second [G.991.2].
   K.  SNR means signal-to-noise ratio [G.991.2].
   L.  UAS means unavailable second [G.991.2].

2.3.2  Textual Conventions

   The following textual conventions are defined to reflect the line
   topology in the MIB module (further discussed in the following
   section) and to define the behavior of the statistics to be
   maintained by an agent.

   o  Hdsl2ShdslUnitId:

      Attributes with this syntax uniquely identify each unit in a
      HDSL2/SHDSL span.  It mirrors the EOC addressing mechanism:

         xtuC(1)                - central office (CO) terminal unit
         xtuR(2)                - customer premises equipment (CPE)
                                  terminal unit
         xru1(3) .. xru8(10)    - regenerators, numbered from
                                  central office side

   o  Hdsl2ShdslUnitSide:

      Attributes with this syntax reference the two sides of a unit:

         networkSide(1)   - N in figure 2, below
         customerSide(2)  - C in figure 2, below

   o  Hdsl2ShdslWirePair:

      Attributes with this syntax reference the wire pairs connecting



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      the units:

         wirePair1(1)   - First pair for HDSL2/SHDSL.
         wirePair2(2)   - Optional second pair for SHDSL only.
         wirePair3(3)   - Optional third pair for SHDSL.bis only.
         wirePair4(4)   - Optional fourth pair for SHDSL.bis only.

   o  Hdsl2ShdslTransmissionModeType:

      Attributes with this syntax specify the regional setting for a
      SHDSL line.  Specified as a BITS construct, the two mode types
      are:

         region1   - ITU-T G.991.2 Annex A
         region2   - ITU-T G.991.2 Annex B

   o  Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount:

      Attributes with this syntax define the behavior of the 1-day (24
      hour) gauges found in the MIB module.

   o  Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount:

      Attributes with this syntax define the behavior of the 1-day (24
      hour) interval counters found in the MIB module.

   o  Hdsl2ShdslPerfTimeElapsed:

      Attributes with this syntax define the behavior of the elapsed
      time counters found in the MIB module.

   o  Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold:

      Attributes with this syntax define the behavior of the alarm
      thresholds found in the MIB module.

   o  Hdsl2ShdslClockReferenceType:

      Attributes with this syntax define the clock references for the
      HDSL2/SHDSL span.

2.4  Structure

   The MIB module is structured into following MIB groups:

   o  Span Configuration Group:

      This group supports MIB objects for configuring parameters for the



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      HDSL2/SHDSL span.  It contains the following table:

         - hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTable

   o  Span Status Group:

      This group supports MIB objects for retrieving span status
      information.  It contains the following table:

         - hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusTable

   o  Unit Inventory Group:

      This group supports MIB objects for retrieving unit inventory
      information about units in HDSL2/SHDSL lines via the EOC.  It
      contains the following table:

         - hdsl2ShdslInventoryTable

   o  Segment Endpoint Configuration Group:

      This group supports MIB objects for configuring parameters for the
      HDSL2/SHDSL segment endpoints.  It contains the following table:

         - hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfTable

   o  Segment Endpoint Current Status/Performance Group:

      This group supports MIB objects that provide the current status/
      performance information relating to segment endpoints.  It
      contains the following table:

         - hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrTable

   o  Segment Endpoint 15-Minute Interval Status/Performance Group:

      This group supports MIB objects that provide historic status/
      performance information relating to segment endpoints in 15-minute
      intervals.  It contains the following table:

         - hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalTable

   o  Segment Endpoint 1-Day Interval Status/Performance Group:

      This group supports MIB objects that provide historic status/
      performance information relating to segment endpoints in 1-day
      intervals.  It contains the following table:




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         - hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalTable

   o  Maintenance Group:

      This group supports MIB objects for performing maintenance
      operations such as loopbacks for HDSL2/SHDSL lines.  It contains
      the following table(s):

         - hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintTable
         - hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintTable

   o  Span Configuration Profile Group:

      This group supports MIB objects for defining configuration
      profiles for HDSL2/SHDSL Spans.  It contains the following table:

         - hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable

   o  Segment Endpoint Alarm Configuration Profile Group:

      This group supports MIB objects for defining alarm configuration
      profiles for HDSL2/SHDSL Segment Endpoints.  It contains the
      following table:

         - hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable

   o  Notifications Group:

      This group defines the notifications supported for HDSL2/SHDSL
      lines:

            - hdsl2ShdslLoopAttenCrossing
            - hdsl2ShdslSNRMarginCrossing
            - hdsl2ShdslPerfESThresh
            - hdsl2ShdslPerfSESThresh
            - hdsl2ShdslPerfCRCanomaliesThresh
            - hdsl2ShdslPerfLOSWSThresh
            - hdsl2ShdslPerfUASThresh
            - hdsl2ShdslSpanInvalidNumRepeaters
            - hdsl2ShdslLoopbackFailure
            - hdsl2ShdslpowerBackoff
            - hdsl2ShdsldeviceFault
            - hdsl2ShdsldcContinuityFault
            - hdsl2ShdslconfigInitFailure
            - hdsl2ShdslprotocolInitFailure
            - hdsl2ShdslnoNeighborPresent
            - hdsl2ShdslLocalPowerLoss




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   o  SHDSL Wire Pair Group:

      This group supports MIB objects which provide status of the SHDSL-
      specific wire pairs.

            - hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrTipRingReversal
            - hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrActivationState

   o  Payload Group:

      This group supports MIB objects for retrieving payload rates which
      excludes any framing overhead.

            - hdsl2ShdslStatusMaxAttainablePayloadRate
            - hdsl2ShdslStatusActualPayloadRate


2.5  Line Topology

   An HDSL2/SHDSL Line consists of a minimum of two units - xtuC (the
   central termination unit) and an xtuR (the remote termination unit).
   The line may optionally support up to 8 repeater/regenerator units
   (xru) as shown in the figure below.


       <-- Network Side                            Customer Side -->

       |</////////////////// HDSL2/SHDSL Span ////////////////////>|

               <~~~>       <~~~> HDSL2/SHDSL Segments  <~~~>

       +-------+   +-------+   +-------+       +-------+   +-------+
       +       C=1=N       C=1=N       C=..1..=N       C=1=N       +
       | xtuC  |   |  xru1 |   |  xru2 |       |  xru8 |   |  xtuR |
       +       C=2=N       C=2=N       C=..2..=N       C=2=N       +
       +-------+   +-------+   +-------+       +-------+   +-------+

       Key:  <////> HDSL2/SHDSL Span
             <~~~~> HDSL2/SHDSL Segment
             =1=    HDSL2/SHDSL wire-pair-1
             =2=    SHDSL optional wire-pair-2 (Not applicable to HDSL2)
             C      Customer Side Segment Endpoint (modem)
             N      Network Side Segment Endpoint (modem)

   Figure 2: General topology for an HDSL2/SHDSL Line






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2.6  Counters, Interval Buckets and Thresholds

   For SNR Margin, Loop Attenuation, ES, SES, CRC anomalies, LOSW, and
   UAS, there are event counters, current 15-minute and 0 to 96 15-
   minute history bucket(s) of "interval-counters", as well as current
   and 0 to 30 previous 1-day interval-counter(s).  Each current 15-
   minute event bucket has an associated threshold notification.

   Unlike RFC 3593 [RFC3593] and RFC 2662 [RFC2662], there is no
   representation in the MIB module for invalid buckets.  In those cases
   where the data for an interval is suspect or known to be invalid, the
   agent MUST NOT report the interval.  If the current 15-minute event
   bucket is determined to be invalid, notifications based upon the
   value of the event bucket MUST NOT be generated.

   Not reporting an interval will result in holes in the associated
   table.  For example, the table, hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalTable, is
   indexed by { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex, hdsl2ShdslEndpointSide,
   hdsl2ShdslEndpointWirePair, hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalNumber}.  If
   interval 12 is determined to be invalid but intervals 11 and 13 are
   valid, a Get Next operation on the indices .1.1.1.1.11 would return
   indices .1.1.1.1.13.

   There is no requirement for an agent to ensure a fixed relationship
   between the start of a fifteen minute interval and any wall clock;
   however some implementations may align the fifteen minute intervals
   with quarter hours.  Likewise, an implementation may choose to align
   one day intervals with the start of a day.

   Counters are not reset when an xU is reinitialized, only when the
   agent is reset or reinitialized (or under specific request outside
   the scope of this MIB module).

2.7  Profiles

   As a managed node can handle a large number of xUs, (e.g., hundreds
   or perhaps thousands of lines), provisioning every parameter on every
   xU may become burdensome.  Moreover, most lines are provisioned
   identically with the same set of parameters.  To simplify the
   provisioning process, this MIB module makes use of profiles.  A
   profile is a set of parameters that can be shared by multiple lines
   using the same configuration.

   The following profiles are used in this MIB module:

   o  Span Configuration Profiles - Span configuration profiles contain
      parameters for configuring HDSL2/SHDSL spans.  They are defined in
      the hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable.  Since span configuration



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      parameters are only applicable for SHDSL, the support for span
      configuration profiles are optional for HDSL2 interfaces.

      Note that the configuration of the span dictates the behavior for
      each individual segment endpoint in the span.  If a different
      configuration is provisioned for any given segment endpoint within
      the span, the new configuration for this segment endpoint will
      override the span configuration for this segment endpoint only.

   o  Segment Endpoint Alarm Configuration Profiles - These profiles
      contain parameters for configuring alarm thresholds for HDSL2/
      SHDSL segment endpoints.  These profiles are defined in the
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable.

      The index value for this profile is a locally-unique
      administratively assigned name for the profile having the textual
      convention 'SnmpAdminString' (RFC 3411 [RFC3411]).

   One or more lines may be configured to share parameters of a single
   profile (e.g., hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile = 'silver') by
   setting its hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile objects to the value
   of this profile.  If a change is made to the profile, all lines that
   refer to it will be reconfigured to the changed parameters.  Before a
   profile can be deleted or taken out of service it must be first
   unreferenced from all associated lines.

   Implementations MUST provide a default profile whose name is 'DEFVAL'
   for each profile type.  The values of the associated parameters will
   be vendor specific unless otherwise indicated in this document.
   Before a line's profiles have been set, these profiles will be
   automatically used by setting hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile and
   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile to 'DEFVAL' where appropriate.  This
   default profile name, 'DEFVAL', is considered reserved in the context
   of profiles defined in this MIB module.

   Profiles are created, assigned, and deleted dynamically using the
   profile name and profile row status in each of the four profile
   tables.

   Profile changes MUST take effect immediately.  These changes MAY
   result in a restart (hard reset or soft restart) of the units on the
   line.

2.8  Notifications

   The ability to generate the SNMP notifications coldStart/WarmStart
   (per [RFC3418]) which are per agent (e.g., per Digital Subscriber
   Line Access Multiplexer, or DSLAM, in such a device), and linkUp/



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   linkDown (per [RFC2863]) which are per interface (i.e., HDSL2/SHDSL
   line) is required.

   A linkDown notification MAY be generated whenever any of ES, SES, CRC
   Anomaly, LOSW, or UAS event occurs.  The corresponding linkUp
   notification MAY be sent when all link failure conditions are
   cleared.

   The notifications defined in this MIB module are for initialization
   failure and for the threshold crossings associated with the following
   events: ES, SES, CRC Anomaly, LOSW, and UAS.  Each threshold has its
   own enable/threshold value.  When that value is 0, the notification
   is disabled.

   The hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus is a bitmask representing all
   outstanding error conditions associated with a particular Segment
   Endpoint.  Note that since status of remote endpoints is obtained via
   the EOC, this information may be unavailable for units that are
   unreachable via EOC during a line error condition.  Therefore, not
   all conditions may always be included in its current status.
   Notifications corresponding to the bit fields in this object are
   defined.

   Two alarm conditions, SNR Margin Alarm and Loop Attenuation Alarm,
   are organized in a manner slightly different from that implied in the
   EOC specifications.  In the MIB module, these alarm conditions are
   tied to the two thresholds hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSNRMargin and
   hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLoopAttenuation found in the
   hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable.  In the EOC, the alarm
   conditions associated with these thresholds are per-unit.  In the MIB
   module, these alarm conditions are per-endpoint.  For terminal units,
   this has no impact.  For repeaters, this implies an implementation
   variance where the agent in the terminal unit is responsible for
   detecting a threshold crossing.  As the reporting of a repeater
   detected alarm condition to the polling terminal unit occurs in the
   same EOC message as the reporting of the current SNR Margin and Loop
   Attenuation values, it is anticipated that this will have very little
   impact on agent implementation.

   A threshold notification occurs whenever the corresponding current
   15-minute interval error counter becomes equal to, or exceeds the
   threshold value.  Only one notification SHOULD be sent per interval
   per interface.  Since the current 15-minute counter is reset to 0
   every 15 minutes, and if the condition persists, the notification may
   recur as often as every 15 minutes.  For example, to get a
   notification whenever a "loss of" event occurs (but at most once
   every 15 minutes), set the corresponding threshold to 1.  The agent
   will generate a notification when the event originally occurs.



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   Notifications, other than the threshold notifications listed above,
   SHOULD be rate limited (throttled) such that there is at least a one-
   minute gap between the generation of consecutive notification of the
   same event.  When notifications are rate limited, they are dropped
   and not queued for sending at a future time.  This is intended to be
   a general rate-limiting statement for notifications that have no
   explicit rate limiting assertions in this document otherwise.

   Note that the Network Management System, or NMS, may receive a
   linkDown notification, as well, if enabled (via
   ifLinkUpDownTrapEnable [RFC2863]).  At the beginning of the next 15
   minute interval, the counter is reset.  When the first second goes by
   and the event occurs, the current interval bucket will be 1, which
   equals the threshold, and the notification will be sent again.

   A hdsl2ShdslSpanInvalidNumRepeaters notification may be generated
   following completion of the discovery phase if the number of
   repeaters discovered on the line differs from the number of repeaters
   specified in hdsl2ShdslSpanConfNumRepeaters.  For those conditions
   where the number of provisioned repeaters is greater than those
   encountered during span discovery, all table entries associated with
   the nonexistent repeaters are to be discarded.  For those conditions
   where the number of provisioned repeaters is less than those
   encountered during span discovery, additional table entries are to be
   created using the default span configuration profile.

3.  Definitions

   HDSL2-SHDSL-LINE-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

   IMPORTS
      MODULE-IDENTITY,
      OBJECT-TYPE,
      Counter32,
      Unsigned32,
      Gauge32,
      NOTIFICATION-TYPE,
      Integer32,
      transmission
         FROM SNMPv2-SMI
      RowStatus,
      TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
         FROM SNMPv2-TC
      ifIndex
         FROM IF-MIB
      PerfCurrentCount,
      PerfIntervalCount
         FROM PerfHist-TC-MIB



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      SnmpAdminString
         FROM SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB
      MODULE-COMPLIANCE,
      OBJECT-GROUP,
      NOTIFICATION-GROUP
         FROM SNMPv2-CONF;

   hdsl2ShdslMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
      LAST-UPDATED "200505260000Z" -- May 26, 2005
      ORGANIZATION "ADSLMIB Working Group"
      CONTACT-INFO "WG-email:  adslmib@ietf.org
         WG-URL:
            http://www.ietf.org/html.charters/adslmib-charter.html
         Info:       https://www1.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/adslmib
         Chair:      Mike Sneed
         Postal:     P.O. Box 37324
                     Raleigh NC 27627-7324 USA
         Email:      sneedmike@hotmail.com

         Co-Chair    Bob Ray
                     PESA Switching Systems, Inc.
         Postal      330-A Wynn Drive
                     Huntsville, AL 35805 USA
         Phone       +1 256 726 9200 ext. 142

         Co-editor:  Clay Sikes
                     Paradyne Networks, Inc.
         Postal:     8545 126th Ave. N.
                     Largo, FL 33772 USA
         Email:      csikes@paradyne.com
         Phone:      +1 727 530 8257

         Co-editor:  Bob Ray
                     PESA Switching Systems, Inc.
         Postal:     330-A Wynn Drive
                     Huntsville, AL 35805 USA
         Email:      rray@pesa.com
         Phone:      +1 256 726 9200 ext. 142

         Co-editor:  Rajesh Abbi
                     Alcatel USA
         Postal:     2912 Wake Forest Road
                     Raleigh, NC 27609-7860 USA

         Email:      Rajesh.Abbi@alcatel.com
         Phone:      +1 919 850 6194"

   DESCRIPTION



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        "This MIB module defines a collection of objects for managing
         HDSL2/SHDSL lines.  An agent may reside at either end of the
         line, however the MIB module is designed to require no
         management communication between the modems beyond that
         inherent in the low-level EOC line protocol as defined in
         ANSI T1E1.4/2000-006 (for HDSL2 lines), or in ITU G.991.2
         (for SHDSL lines).

         Copyright (C) The Internet Society (2005).  This version of
         this MIB module is part of RFC xxxx; see the RFC itself for
         full legal notices."

   REVISION    "200505260000Z" -- May 26, 2005
   DESCRIPTION "This version, published as RFC xxxx.
         The following changes have been made in this version:
           1.  Added a 3rd and 4th wire pair.
           2.  Modified all rates such that their rates are only
               constrained by an unsigned 32-bit value and not by
               what today's perceived technology limitations are.
           3.  Clarified that the rates from RFC 3276 include
               payload and any applicable framing and added
               objects for payload-only rates.
           4.  Added an object to indicate whether or not the
               tip and ring are reversed on a wire pair.
           5.  Added an object to display the activation state
               of a wire pair.
           6.  Added references as necessary for clarification.
           7.  Added display hints to textual conventions as
               necessary.
           8.  Updated conformance statements as necessary.
           9.  Some changes were due to IETF requirements and
               RFC generation tools."

   REVISION    "200205090000Z" -- May 9, 2002
   DESCRIPTION "Initial version, published as RFC 3276."

   ::= { transmission 48 }

   hdsl2ShdslMibObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { hdsl2ShdslMIB 1 }

   -- Textual Conventions used in this MIB module
   --

   Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      DISPLAY-HINT "d"
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "A gauge associated with interface performance measurements in



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         a current 1-day (24 hour) measurement interval.

         The value of this gauge starts at zero at the beginning of an
         interval and is increased when associated events occur, until
         the end of the 1-day interval.  At that time the value of the
         gauge is stored in the previous 1-day history interval, as
         defined in a companion object of type
         Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntevalCount, and the current interval gauge
         is restarted at zero.

         In the case where the agent has no valid data available for
         this interval the corresponding object instance is not
         available and upon a retrieval request a corresponding error
         message shall be returned to indicate that this instance does
         not exist.  Please note that zero is a valid value."
      SYNTAX  Gauge32

   Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      DISPLAY-HINT "d"
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "A counter associated with interface performance measurements
         during the most previous 1-day (24 hour) measurement interval.
         The value of this gauge is equal to the value of the current
         day gauge, as defined in a companion object of type
         Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount, at the end of its most recent
         interval.

         In the case where the agent has no valid data available for
         this interval the corresponding object instance is not
         available and upon a retrieval request a corresponding error
         message shall be returned to indicate that this instance does
         not exist."
      SYNTAX  Gauge32

   Hdsl2ShdslPerfTimeElapsed ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      DISPLAY-HINT "d"
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "The number of seconds that have elapsed since the beginning of
         the current measurement period.  If, for some reason, such as
         an adjustment in the system's time-of-day clock or the addition
         of a leap second, the current interval exceeds the maximum
         value, the agent will return the maximum value.

         For 15 minute intervals, the range is limited to (0..899).
         For 24 hour intervals, the range is limited to (0..86399)."
      SYNTAX    Unsigned32(0..86399)



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   Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      DISPLAY-HINT "d"
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This convention defines a range of values that may be set in
         a fault threshold alarm control.  As the number of seconds in
         a 15-minute interval numbers at most 900, objects of this type
         may have a range of 0...900, where the value of 0 disables the
         alarm."
      SYNTAX    Unsigned32(0..900)

   Hdsl2ShdslUnitId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This is the unique identification for all units in a
         HDSL2/SHDSL Span.  It is based on the EOC unit addressing
         scheme with reference to the xtuC."
      SYNTAX    INTEGER
              {
              xtuC(1),
              xtuR(2),
              xru1(3),
              xru2(4),
              xru3(5),
              xru4(6),
              xru5(7),
              xru6(8),
              xru7(9),
              xru8(10)
              }

   Hdsl2ShdslUnitSide ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This is the referenced side of a HDSL2/SHDSL unit - Network
         or Customer side.  The side facing the Network is the Network
         side, while the side facing the Customer is the Customer side."
      SYNTAX    INTEGER
              {
              networkSide(1),
              customerSide(2)
              }

   Hdsl2ShdslWirePair ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This is the referenced pair of wires in a HDSL2/SHDSL Segment.
         HDSL2 only supports a single pair (wirePair1 or two wire),



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         SHDSL lines support an optional second pair (wirePair2 or four
         wire), and G.shdsl.bis support an optional third pair
         (wirePair3 or six wire) and an optional fourth pair
         (wirePair4 or eight wire)."
      SYNTAX    INTEGER
              {
              wirePair1(1),    -- two wire
              wirePair2(2),    -- four wire
              wirePair3(3),    -- six wire
              wirePair4(4)     -- eight wire
              }

   Hdsl2ShdslTransmissionModeType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Contains the regional setting of the HDSL2/SHDSL span,
         represented as a bit-map of possible settings. The various
         bit positions are:

         Bit   Meaning      Description
         1     region 1     Indicates ITU-T G.991.2 Annex A.
         2     region 2     Indicates ITU-T G.991.2 Annex B."
      SYNTAX      BITS
              {
              region1(0),
              region2(1)
              }

   Hdsl2ShdslClockReferenceType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "The various STU-C symbol clock references for the
         HDSL2/SHDSL span, represented as an enumeration."
      SYNTAX    INTEGER
             {
             localClk(1),          -- Mode-1 per G991.2
             networkClk(2),        -- Mode-2 per G991.2
             dataOrNetworkClk(3),  -- Mode-3a per G991.2
             dataClk(4)            -- Mode-3b per G991.2
             }

   -- Span Configuration Group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX     SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslSpanConfEntry
      MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
      STATUS     current



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      DESCRIPTION
        "This table supports overall configuration of HDSL2/SHDSL
         Spans.  Entries in this table MUST be maintained in a
         persistent manner."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslSpanConfEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "An entry in the hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTable.  Each entry
         represents the complete Span in a single HDSL2/SHDSL line.
         It is indexed by the ifIndex of the associated HDSL2/SHDSL
         line."
      INDEX { ifIndex }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslSpanConfEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfNumRepeaters          Unsigned32,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile               SnmpAdminString,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfAlarmProfile          SnmpAdminString
      }

      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfNumRepeaters OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..8)
      UNITS       "repeaters"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-write
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object provisions the number of repeaters/regenerators
         in this HDSL2/SHDSL Span."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SnmpAdminString (SIZE(1..32))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-write
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object is a pointer to a span configuration profile in
         the hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable, which applies to this
         span.  The value of this object is the index of the referenced
         profile in the hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable.  Note that span
         configuration profiles are only applicable to SHDSL lines.

         HDSL2 lines MUST reference the default profile, 'DEFVAL'.



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         By default, this object will have the value 'DEFVAL'
         (the index of the default profile).

         Any attempt to set this object to a value that is not the value
         of the index for an active entry in the profile table,
         hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable, MUST be rejected."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfEntry 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfAlarmProfile OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SnmpAdminString (SIZE(1..32))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-write
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object is a pointer to an Alarm configuration profile in
         the hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable.  The value of
         this object is the index of the referenced profile in the
         hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable.  The alarm
         threshold configuration in the referenced profile will be
         used by default for all segment endpoints in this span.
         Individual endpoints may override this profile by explicitly
         specifying some other profile in the
         hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfTable.  By default, this object will
         have the value 'DEFVAL' (the index of the default
         profile).

         Any attempt to set this object to a value that is not the value
         of the index for an active entry in the profile table,
         hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable, MUST be rejected."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfEntry 3 }

   -- Span Status Group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX     SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry
      MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table provides overall status information of
         HDSL2/SHDSL spans.  This table contains live data from
         equipment.  As such, it is NOT persistent."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION



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        "An entry in the hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusTable.  Each entry
         represents the complete span in a single HDSL2/SHDSL line.
         It is indexed by the ifIndex of the associated HDSL2/SHDSL
         line."
      INDEX { ifIndex }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2ShdslStatusNumAvailRepeaters        Unsigned32,
      hdsl2ShdslStatusMaxAttainableLineRate    Unsigned32,
      hdsl2ShdslStatusActualLineRate           Unsigned32,
      hdsl2ShdslStatusTransmissionModeCurrent
                           Hdsl2ShdslTransmissionModeType,
      hdsl2ShdslStatusMaxAttainablePayloadRate Unsigned32,
      hdsl2ShdslStatusActualPayloadRate        Unsigned32
      }

   hdsl2ShdslStatusNumAvailRepeaters OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..8)
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Contains the actual number of repeaters/regenerators
         discovered in this HDSL2/SHDSL span."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslStatusMaxAttainableLineRate OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
      UNITS       "bps"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Contains the maximum attainable line rate in this HDSL2/SHDSL
         span.  This object provides the maximum rate the line is
         capable of achieving.  This is based upon measurements made
         during line probing.  This rate includes payload (user data)
         and any applicable framing overhead."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslStatusActualLineRate OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
      UNITS       "bps"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
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         SHOULD equal ifSpeed.  This rate includes payload (user data)
         and any applicable framing overhead"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslStatusTransmissionModeCurrent OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslTransmissionModeType
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Contains the current Power Spectral Density (PSD) regional
         setting of the HDSL2/SHDSL span."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslStatusMaxAttainablePayloadRate OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
      UNITS       "bps"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Contains the maximum attainable payload (user data)
         line rate in this HDSL2/SHDSL span.  This object provides
         the maximum rate the line is capable of achieving.  This
         is based upon measurements made during line probing.  Any
         framing overhead is not included."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry 5 }

   hdsl2ShdslStatusActualPayloadRate OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
      UNITS       "bps"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Contains the actual line rate in this HDSL2/SHDSL span.  Any
         framing overhead is not included."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusEntry 6 }

   -- Unit Inventory Group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslInventoryTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX     SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry
      MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table supports retrieval of unit inventory information
         available via the EOC from units in a HDSL2/SHDSL line.

         Entries in this table are dynamically created during the



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         line discovery process.  The life cycle for these entries
         is as follows:

            - xtu discovers a device, either a far-end xtu or an xru
            - an inventory table entry is created for the device
            - the line goes down for whatever reason
            - inventory table entries for unreachable devices are
              destroyed.

         As these entries are created/destroyed dynamically, they
         are NOT persistent."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "An entry in the hdsl2ShdslInventoryTable.  Each entry
         represents inventory information for a single unit in a
         HDSL2/SHDSL line.  It is indexed by the ifIndex of the
         HDSL2/SHDSL line and the Hdsl2ShdslUnitId of the
         associated unit."
      INDEX { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2ShdslInvIndex                      Hdsl2ShdslUnitId,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorID                   OCTET STRING,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorModelNumber          OCTET STRING,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorSerialNumber         OCTET STRING,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorEOCSoftwareVersion   Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslInvStandardVersion            Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorListNumber           OCTET STRING,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorIssueNumber          OCTET STRING,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorSoftwareVersion      OCTET STRING,
      hdsl2ShdslInvEquipmentCode              OCTET STRING,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorOther                OCTET STRING,
      hdsl2ShdslInvTransmissionModeCapability
                            Hdsl2ShdslTransmissionModeType
      }

   hdsl2ShdslInvIndex OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslUnitId
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current



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      DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry in this table corresponds to a physical element
         in a HDSL2/SHDSL Span.  It is based on the EOC unit addressing
         scheme with reference to the xtuC."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvVendorID OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(8))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Vendor ID as reported in an Inventory Response message."
      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octets 25-32."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvVendorModelNumber OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(12))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Vendor model number as reported in an Inventory Response
         message."
      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octets 33-44."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvVendorSerialNumber OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(12))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Vendor serial number as reported in an Inventory Response
         message."
      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octets 45-56."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvVendorEOCSoftwareVersion OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Vendor EOC version as reported in a Discovery Response
         message."



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      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.2, Discovery response - Message ID
         130, Octet 12."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 5 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvStandardVersion OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Version of the HDSL2/SHDSL standard implemented, as reported
         in an Inventory Response message."
      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octet 2."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 6 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvVendorListNumber OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(3))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Vendor list number as reported in an Inventory Response
         message."
      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octets 3-5."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 7 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvVendorIssueNumber OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(2))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Vendor issue number as reported in an Inventory Response
         message."
      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octets 6-7."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 8 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvVendorSoftwareVersion OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(6))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Vendor software version as reported in an Inventory Response
         message."



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      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octets 8-13."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 9 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvEquipmentCode OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(10))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Equipment code conforming to ANSI T1.213, Coded Identification
         of Equipment Entities."
      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octets 14-23."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 10 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvVendorOther OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(12))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Other vendor information as reported in an Inventory Response
         message."
      REFERENCE
        "G.991.2, Section 9.5.5.7.4, Inventory response - Message ID
         130, Octets 57-68."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 11 }

   hdsl2ShdslInvTransmissionModeCapability OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslTransmissionModeType
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Contains the transmission mode capability of the SHDSL unit."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslInventoryEntry 12 }

   -- Segment Endpoint Configuration Group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table supports configuration parameters for segment
         endpoints in a HDSL2/SHDSL line.  As this table is indexed
         by ifIndex, it MUST be maintained in a persistent manner."



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      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "An entry in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfTable.  Each entry
         represents a single segment endpoint in a HDSL2/SHDSL line.
         It is indexed by the ifIndex of the HDSL2/SHDSL line, the
         UnitId of the associated unit, the side of the unit, and the
         wire pair of the associated modem."
      INDEX { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex, hdsl2ShdslEndpointSide,
              hdsl2ShdslEndpointWirePair}
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointSide                   Hdsl2ShdslUnitSide,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointWirePair               Hdsl2ShdslWirePair,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile       SnmpAdminString
      }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointSide OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslUnitSide
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "The side of the unit associated with this segment endpoint -
         Network/Customer side - as per the Hdsl2ShdslUnitSide textual
         convention."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointWirePair OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslWirePair
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "The wire pair of the modem associated with this segment
         endpoint as per the Hdsl2ShdslWirePair textual convention."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfEntry 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SnmpAdminString (SIZE(0..32))
      MAX-ACCESS  read-write
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION



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        "This object configures the alarm threshold values to be used
         for this segment endpoint.  The values are obtained from the
         alarm configuration profile referenced by this object.  The
         value of this object is the index of the referenced profile in
         the hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable, or NULL (a
         zero-length SnmpAdminString).  If the value is a zero-length
         SnmpAdminString, the endpoint uses the default Alarm
         Configuration Profile for the associated span as per the
         hdsl2ShdslSpanConfAlarmProfile object in the
         hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTable.  The default value of this object is
         a zero-length SnmpAdminString.

         Any attempt to set this object to a value that is not the value
         of the index for an active entry in the profile table,
         hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable, MUST be rejected."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfEntry 3 }

   -- Segment Endpoint Current Status/Performance Group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table contains current status and performance information
         for segment endpoints in HDSL2/SHDSL Lines.  As with other
         tables in this MIB module indexed by ifIndex, entries in this
         table MUST be maintained in a persistent manner."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 5 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "An entry in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrTable.  Each entry
         contains status and performance information relating to a
         single segment endpoint.  It is indexed by the ifIndex of the
         HDSL2/SHDSL line, the UnitId of the associated unit, the side
         of the unit, and the wire pair of the associated modem."
      INDEX { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex, hdsl2ShdslEndpointSide,
              hdsl2ShdslEndpointWirePair }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {



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      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrAtn                Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrSnrMgn             Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus             BITS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointES                     Counter32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointSES                    Counter32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCRCanomalies           Counter32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointLOSWS                  Counter32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointUAS                    Counter32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinTimeElapsed
                               Hdsl2ShdslPerfTimeElapsed,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinES            PerfCurrentCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinSES           PerfCurrentCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinCRCanomalies  PerfCurrentCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinLOSWS         PerfCurrentCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinUAS           PerfCurrentCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayTimeElapsed
                                      Hdsl2ShdslPerfTimeElapsed,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayES
                                     Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DaySES
                                     Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayCRCanomalies
                                     Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayLOSWS
                                     Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayUAS
                                     Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrTipRingReversal    INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrActivationState    INTEGER
      }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrAtn OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(-127..128)
      UNITS       "dB"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "The current loop attenuation for this endpoint as reported in
         a Network or Customer Side Performance Status message."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrSnrMgn OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(-127..128)
      UNITS       "dB"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION



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        "The current SNR margin for this endpoint as reported in a
         Status Response/SNR message."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      BITS
                  {
                  noDefect(0),
                  powerBackoff(1),
                  deviceFault(2),
                  dcContinuityFault(3),
                  snrMarginAlarm(4),
                  loopAttenuationAlarm(5),
                  loswFailureAlarm(6),
                  configInitFailure(7),
                  protocolInitFailure(8),
                  noNeighborPresent(9),
                  loopbackActive(10)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Contains the current state of the endpoint.  This is a
         bit-map of possible conditions.  The various bit positions
         are:

         noDefect               There are no defects on the line.

         powerBackoff           Indicates enhanced Power Backoff.

         deviceFault            Indicates a vendor-dependent
                                diagnostic or self-test fault
                                has been detected.

         dcContinuityFault      Indicates vendor-dependent
                                conditions that interfere with
                                span powering such as short and
                                open circuits.

         snrMarginAlarm         Indicates that the SNR margin
                                has dropped below the alarm threshold.

         loopAttenuationAlarm   Indicates that the loop attenuation
                                exceeds the alarm threshold.

         loswFailureAlarm       Indicates a forward LOSW alarm.




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         configInitFailure      Endpoint failure during initialization
                                due to paired endpoint not able to
                                support requested configuration.

         protocolInitFailure    Endpoint failure during initialization
                                due to incompatible protocol used by
                                the paired endpoint.

         noNeighborPresent      Endpoint failure during initialization
                                due to no activation sequence detected
                                from paired endpoint.

         loopbackActive         A loopback is currently active at this
                                Segment Endpoint.

         This is intended to supplement ifOperStatus.  Note that there
         is a 1:1 relationship between the status bits defined in this
         object and the notification thresholds defined elsewhere in
         this MIB module."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Counter32
      UNITS       "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Errored Seconds (ES) on this endpoint since the xU
         was last restarted."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointSES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Counter32
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Severely Errored Seconds (SES) on this endpoint
         since the xU was last restarted."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 5 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCRCanomalies OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Counter32
      UNITS        "detected CRC Anomalies"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only



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      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of CRC anomalies on this endpoint since the xU was
         last restarted."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 6 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointLOSWS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Counter32
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Loss of Sync Word (LOSW) Seconds on this endpoint
         since the xU was last restarted."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 7 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointUAS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Counter32
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Unavailable Seconds (UAS) on this endpoint since
         the xU was last restarted."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 8 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinTimeElapsed OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2ShdslPerfTimeElapsed
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Total elapsed seconds in the current 15-minute interval."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 9 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       PerfCurrentCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Errored Seconds (ES) in the current 15-minute
         interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 10 }



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   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinSES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       PerfCurrentCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Severely Errored Seconds (SES) in the current
         15-minute interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 11 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinCRCanomalies OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       PerfCurrentCount
      UNITS        "detected CRC Anomalies"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of CRC anomalies in the current 15-minute interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 12 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinLOSWS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       PerfCurrentCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Loss of Sync Word (LOSW) Seconds in the current
         15-minute interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 13 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinUAS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       PerfCurrentCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Unavailable Seconds (UAS) in the current 15-minute
         interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 14 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayTimeElapsed OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2ShdslPerfTimeElapsed
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current



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      DESCRIPTION
        "Number of seconds that have elapsed since the beginning of
         the current 1-day interval."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 15 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Errored Seconds (ES) during the current day as
         measured by hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayTimeElapsed."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 16 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DaySES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Severely Errored Seconds (SES) during the current
         day as measured by hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayTimeElapsed."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 17 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayCRCanomalies OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount
      UNITS        "detected CRC Anomalies"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of CRC anomalies during the current day as measured
         by hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayTimeElapsed."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 18 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayLOSWS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Loss of Sync Word (LOSW) Seconds during the current
         day as measured by hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayTimeElapsed."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 19 }



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   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayUAS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2ShdslPerfCurrDayCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Unavailable Seconds (UAS) during the current day as
         measured by hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayTimeElapsed."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 20 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrTipRingReversal OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  normal(1),
                  reversed(2)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object indicates the state of the tip/ring for the
         wire pair."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 21 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrActivationState OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  preActivation(1),  -- PreTrain
                  activation(2),     -- Training
                  data(3)            -- Trained
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object indicates the activation or training state of
         the wire pair."
      REFERENCE   "ITU-T G.991.2, Section 6.2 PMD Activation Sequence"
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrEntry 22 }

   -- Segment Endpoint 15-Minute Interval Status/Performance Group
   --

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
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         performance data collection interval.  This table contains
         live data from equipment.  As such, it is NOT persistent."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 6 }

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "An entry in the hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalTable."
      INDEX { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex, hdsl2ShdslEndpointSide,
              hdsl2ShdslEndpointWirePair, hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalNumber}
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalTable 1 }

   Hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalNumber         Unsigned32,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalES             PerfIntervalCount,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalSES            PerfIntervalCount,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalCRCanomalies   PerfIntervalCount,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalLOSWS          PerfIntervalCount,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalUAS            PerfIntervalCount
      }

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalNumber OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(1..96)
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Performance Data Interval number.  Interval 1 is the most
         recent previous interval; interval 96 is 24 hours ago.
         Intervals 2..96 are optional."
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry 1 }

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      PerfIntervalCount
      UNITS       "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Errored Seconds (ES) during the interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry 2 }

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalSES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      PerfIntervalCount
      UNITS       "seconds"



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      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Severely Errored Seconds (SES) during the interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry 3 }

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalCRCanomalies OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      PerfIntervalCount
      UNITS       "detected CRC Anomalies"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of CRC anomalies during the interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry 4 }

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalLOSWS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      PerfIntervalCount
      UNITS       "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Loss of Sync Word (LOSW) Seconds during the
         interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry 5 }

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalUAS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      PerfIntervalCount
      UNITS       "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Unavailable Seconds (UAS) during the interval."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalEntry 6 }

   -- Segment Endpoint 1-Day Interval Status/Performance Group
   --

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table provides one row for each HDSL2/SHDSL endpoint
         performance data collection interval.  This table contains



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         live data from equipment.  As such, it is NOT persistent."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 7 }

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "An entry in the hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalTable."
      INDEX { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex, hdsl2ShdslEndpointSide,
              hdsl2ShdslEndpointWirePair, hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalNumber }
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalTable 1 }

   Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalNumber         Unsigned32,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalMoniSecs       Hdsl2ShdslPerfTimeElapsed,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalES             Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalSES            Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCRCanomalies   Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalLOSWS          Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalUAS            Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount
      }

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalNumber OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(1..30)
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "History Data Interval number.  Interval 1 is the most
         recent previous day; interval 30 is 30 days ago.  Intervals
         2..30 are optional."
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry 1 }

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalMoniSecs OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2ShdslPerfTimeElapsed
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "The amount of time in the 1-day interval over which the
         performance monitoring information is actually counted.
         This value will be the same as the interval duration except
         in a situation where performance monitoring data could not
         be collected for any reason."
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry 2 }




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   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Errored Seconds (ES) during the 1-day interval as
         measured by hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalMoniSecs."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry 3 }

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalSES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Severely Errored Seconds (SES) during the 1-day
         interval as measured by hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalMoniSecs."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry 4 }

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCRCanomalies OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount
      UNITS        "detected CRC Anomalies"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of CRC anomalies during the 1-day interval as
         measured by hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalMoniSecs."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry 5 }

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalLOSWS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only
      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Loss of Sync Word (LOSW) Seconds during the 1-day
         interval as measured by hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalMoniSecs."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry 6 }

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalUAS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX       Hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCount
      UNITS        "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS   read-only



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      STATUS       current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Count of Unavailable Seconds (UAS) during the 1-day interval
         as measured by hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalMoniSecs."
      REFERENCE   "HDSL2 Section 7.5.3.7; SHDSL Section 9.5.5.7"
      ::= { hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalEntry 7 }

   -- Maintenance Group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table supports maintenance operations (e.g. loopbacks)
         to be performed on HDSL2/SHDSL segment endpoints.  This table
         contains live data from equipment.  As such, it is NOT
         persistent."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 8 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "An entry in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintTable.  Each entry
         corresponds to a single segment endpoint, and is indexed by the
         ifIndex of the HDSL2/SHDSL line, the UnitId of the associated
         unit and the side of the unit."
      INDEX { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex, hdsl2ShdslEndpointSide }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackConfig      INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintTipRingReversal     INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintPowerBackOff        INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintSoftRestart         INTEGER
      }

   hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackConfig OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  noLoopback(1),
                  normalLoopback(2),
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                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-write
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object controls configuration of loopbacks for the
         associated segment endpoint.  The status of the loopback
         is obtained via the hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus object."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslMaintTipRingReversal OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  normal(1),
                  reversed(2)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object indicates the state of the tip/ring pair at the
         associated segment endpoint."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintEntry 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslMaintPowerBackOff OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  default(1),
                  enhanced(2)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-write
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the receiver at the associated
         segment endpoint to operate in default or enhanced power
         backoff mode."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintEntry 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslMaintSoftRestart OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  ready(1),
                  restart(2)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-write
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object enables the manager to trigger a soft restart
         of the modem at the associated segment endpoint.  The
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         value, which initiates a restart.  The agent will perform a
         restart after approximately 5 seconds.  Following the 5 second
         period, the agent will restore the object to the 'ready(1)'
         state."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintEntry 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table supports maintenance operations for units in a
         HDSL2/SHDSL line.  Entries in this table MUST be maintained
         in a persistent manner."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 9 }

   hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "An entry in the hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintTable.  Each entry
         corresponds to a single unit, and is indexed by the
         ifIndex of the HDSL2/SHDSL line and the UnitId of the
         associated unit."
      INDEX { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex  }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackTimeout     Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintUnitPowerSource     INTEGER
      }

   hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackTimeout OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(0..4095)
      UNITS       "minutes"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-write
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the timeout value for loopbacks
         initiated at segments endpoints contained in the associated
         unit.  A value of 0 disables the timeout."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslMaintUnitPowerSource OBJECT-TYPE
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                  {
                  local(1),
                  span(2)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-only
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object indicates the DC power source being used by the
         associated unit."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintEntry 2 }

   -- Span Configuration Profile Group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table supports definitions of span configuration
         profiles for SHDSL lines.  HDSL2 does not support these
         configuration options.  This table MUST be maintained
         in a persistent manner."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 10 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry corresponds to a single span configuration
         profile.  Each profile contains a set of span configuration
         parameters.  The configuration parameters in a profile are
         applied to those lines referencing that profile (see the
         hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile object).  Profiles may be
         created/deleted using the row creation/deletion mechanism
         via hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileRowStatus.  If an active
         entry is referenced in hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile, the
         entry MUST remain active until all references are removed."
      INDEX { IMPLIED hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileName }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileName               SnmpAdminString,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWireInterface             INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMinLineRate               Unsigned32,



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      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMaxLineRate               Unsigned32,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPSD                       INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTransmissionMode
                              Hdsl2ShdslTransmissionModeType,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfRemoteEnabled             INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPowerFeeding              INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginDown  Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginDown Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginUp    Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginUp   Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfUsedTargetMargins         BITS,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfReferenceClock
                                Hdsl2ShdslClockReferenceType,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfLineProbeEnable           INTEGER,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileRowStatus          RowStatus
      }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileName OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SnmpAdminString (SIZE(1..32))
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object is the unique index associated with this profile.
         Entries in this table are referenced via the object
         hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile in Hdsl2ShdslSpanConfEntry."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWireInterface OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  twoWire(1),
                  fourWire(2),
                  sixWire(3),
                  eightWire(4)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the two-wire or optional four-wire,
         six-wire, or eight-wire operation for SHDSL Lines."
      DEFVAL      { twoWire }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMinLineRate OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
      UNITS       "bps"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current



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      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the minimum transmission rate for
         the associated SHDSL Line in bits-per-second (bps) and includes
         both payload (user data) and any applicable framing overhead.
         If the minimum line rate equals the maximum line rate
         (hdsl2ShdslSpanMaxLineRate), the line rate is considered
         'fixed'.  If the minimum line rate is less than the
         maximum line rate, the line rate is considered
         'rate-adaptive'."
      DEFVAL      { 1552000 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMaxLineRate OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4294967295)
      UNITS       "bps"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the maximum transmission rate for
         the associated SHDSL Line in bits-per-second (bps) and includes
         both payload (user data) and any applicable framing overhead.
         If the minimum line rate equals the maximum line rate
         (hdsl2ShdslSpanMaxLineRate), the line rate is considered
         'fixed'.  If the minimum line rate is less than the
         maximum line rate, the line rate is considered
         'rate-adaptive'."
      DEFVAL      { 1552000 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPSD OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  symmetric(1),
                  asymmetric(2)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures use of symmetric/asymmetric PSD (Power
         Spectral Density) Mask for the associated SHDSL Line.  Support
         for symmetric PSD is mandatory for all supported data rates.
         Support for asymmetric PSD is optional."
      DEFVAL      { symmetric }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 5 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTransmissionMode OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslTransmissionModeType
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create



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      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the regional setting for the SHDSL
         line."
      DEFVAL      { { region1 } }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 6 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfRemoteEnabled OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  enabled(1),
                  disabled(2)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object enables/disables support for remote management
         of the units in a SHDSL line from the STU-R via the EOC."
      DEFVAL      { enabled }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 7 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPowerFeeding OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  noPower(1),
                  powerFeed(2),
                  wettingCurrent(3)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object enables/disables support for optional power
         feeding in a SHDSL line."
      DEFVAL      { noPower }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 8 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginDown OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(-10..21)
      UNITS       "dB"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the downstream current condition target
         SNR margin for a SHDSL line.  The SNR margin is the difference
         between the desired SNR and the actual SNR.  Target SNR margin
         is the desired SNR margin for a unit."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
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   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginDown OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(-10..21)
      UNITS       "dB"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the downstream worst case target SNR
         margin for a SHDSL line.  The SNR margin is the difference
         between the desired SNR and the actual SNR.  Target SNR
         margin is the desired SNR margin for a unit."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 10 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginUp OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(-10..21)
      UNITS       "dB"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the upstream current condition target
         SNR margin for a SHDSL line.  The SNR margin is the difference
         between the desired SNR and the actual SNR.  Target SNR margin
         is the desired SNR margin for a unit."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 11 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginUp OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(-10..21)
      UNITS       "dB"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object specifies the upstream worst case target SNR
         margin for a SHDSL line.  The SNR margin is the difference
         between the desired SNR and the actual SNR.  Target SNR margin
         is the desired SNR margin for a unit."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 12 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfUsedTargetMargins OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      BITS
                  {
                  currCondDown(0),
                  worstCaseDown(1),
                  currCondUp(2),
                  worstCaseUp(3)
                  }
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      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Indicates whether a target SNR margin is enabled or
         disabled.  This is a bit-map of possible settings.  The
         various bit positions are:

         currCondDown   - current condition downstream target SNR
                          margin enabled

         worstCaseDown  - worst case downstream target SNR margin
                          enabled

         currCondUp     - current condition upstream target SNR
                          margin enabled

         worstCaseUp    - worst case upstream target SNR margin
                          enabled."
      DEFVAL      { { currCondDown } }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 13 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfReferenceClock OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslClockReferenceType
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the clock reference for the STU-C
         in a SHDSL Line."
      DEFVAL      { localClk }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 14 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfLineProbeEnable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  disable(1),
                  enable(2)
                  }
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object enables/disables support for Line Probe of
         the units in a SHDSL line.  When Line Probe is enabled, the
         system performs Line Probing to find the best possible
         rate.  If Line probe is disabled, the rate adaptation phase
         is skipped to shorten set up time."
      DEFVAL      { disable }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 15 }

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      SYNTAX      RowStatus
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object controls creation/deletion of the associated
         entry in this table per the semantics of RowStatus.  If an
         active entry is referenced in hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile, the
         entry MUST remain active until all references are removed."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileEntry 16 }

   -- Segment Endpoint Alarm Configuration Profile group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF Hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This table supports definitions of alarm configuration
         profiles for HDSL2/SHDSL segment endpoints.  This table
         MUST be maintained in a persistent manner."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslMibObjects 11 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "Each entry corresponds to a single alarm configuration profile.
         Each profile contains a set of parameters for setting alarm
         thresholds for various performance attributes monitored at
         HDSL2/SHDSL segment endpoints.  Profiles may be created/deleted
         using the row creation/deletion mechanism via
         hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileRowStatus.  If an active
         entry is referenced in either hdsl2ShdslSpanConfAlarmProfile
         or hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile, the entry MUST remain
         active until all references are removed."
      INDEX { IMPLIED hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileName }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable 1 }

   Hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry ::=
      SEQUENCE
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileName       SnmpAdminString,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLoopAttenuation      Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSNRMargin            Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshES
                                   Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold,



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      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSES
                                   Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshCRCanomalies         Integer32,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLOSWS
                                   Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshUAS
                                   Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileRowStatus  RowStatus
      }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileName OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      SnmpAdminString (SIZE(1..32))
      MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object is the unique index associated with this profile."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLoopAttenuation OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(-127..128)
      UNITS       "dB"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the loop attenuation alarm threshold.
         When the current value of hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrAtn reaches
         or exceeds this threshold, a hdsl2ShdslLoopAttenCrossing
         MAY be generated."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSNRMargin OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32(-127..128)
      UNITS       "dB"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the SNR margin alarm threshold.
         When the current value of hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrSnrMgn
         reaches or drops below this threshold, a
         hdsl2ShdslSNRMarginCrossing MAY be generated."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold
      UNITS       "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create



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      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the threshold for the number of
         errored seconds (ES) within any given 15-minute performance
         data collection interval.  If the value of errored seconds
         in a particular 15-minute collection interval reaches/
         exceeds this value, a hdsl2ShdslPerfESThresh MAY be
         generated.  At most one notification will be sent per
         interval per endpoint."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSES OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold
      UNITS       "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the threshold for the number of
         severely errored seconds (SES) within any given 15-minute
         performance data collection interval.  If the value of
         severely errored seconds in a particular 15-minute collection
         interval reaches/exceeds this value, a hdsl2ShdslPerfSESThresh
         MAY be generated.  At most one notification will be sent per
         interval per endpoint."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 5 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshCRCanomalies OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Integer32
      UNITS       "detected CRC Anomalies"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the threshold for the number of
         CRC anomalies within any given 15-minute performance data
         collection interval.  If the value of CRC anomalies in a
         particular 15-minute collection interval reaches/exceeds
         this value, a hdsl2ShdslPerfCRCanomaliesThresh MAY be
         generated.  At most one notification will be sent per
         interval per endpoint."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 6 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLOSWS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold
      UNITS       "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create



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      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the threshold for the number of
         Loss of Sync Word (LOSW) Seconds within any given 15-minute
         performance data collection interval.  If the value of LOSW
         in a particular 15-minute collection interval reaches/exceeds
         this value, a hdsl2ShdslPerfLOSWSThresh MAY be generated.
         At most one notification will be sent per interval per
         endpoint."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 7 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshUAS OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      Hdsl2ShdslPerfIntervalThreshold
      UNITS       "seconds"
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object configures the threshold for the number of
         unavailable seconds (UAS) within any given 15-minute
         performance data collection interval.  If the value of UAS
         in a particular 15-minute collection interval reaches/exceeds
         this value, a hdsl2ShdslPerfUASThresh MAY be generated.
         At most one notification will be sent per interval per
         endpoint."
      DEFVAL      { 0 }
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 8 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
      SYNTAX      RowStatus
      MAX-ACCESS  read-create
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This object controls creation/deletion of the associated
         entry in this table as per the semantics of RowStatus.
         If an active entry is referenced in either
         hdsl2ShdslSpanConfAlarmProfile or
         hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile, the entry MUST remain
         active until all references are removed."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileEntry 9 }

   -- Notifications Group
   --

   hdsl2ShdslNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { hdsl2ShdslMIB 0 }

   hdsl2ShdslLoopAttenCrossing NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS



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      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrAtn,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLoopAttenuation
      }
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the loop attenuation
         threshold (as per the hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLoopAttenuation
         value) has been reached/exceeded for the HDSL2/SHDSL segment
         endpoint."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslSNRMarginCrossing NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrSnrMgn,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSNRMargin
      }
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the SNR margin threshold (as
         per the hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSNRMargin value) has been
         reached/exceeded for the HDSL2/SHDSL segment endpoint."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslPerfESThresh NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinES,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshES
      }
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the errored seconds
         threshold (as per the hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshES value)
         has been reached/exceeded for the HDSL2/SHDSL segment
         endpoint."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslPerfSESThresh NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinSES,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSES
      }
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
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         threshold (as per the hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSES value) has
         been reached/exceeded for the HDSL2/SHDSL Segment Endpoint."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslPerfCRCanomaliesThresh NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinCRCanomalies,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshCRCanomalies
      }
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the CRC anomalies threshold
         (as per the hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshCRCanomalies value) has
         been reached/exceeded for the HDSL2/SHDSL Segment Endpoint."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 5 }

   hdsl2ShdslPerfLOSWSThresh NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinLOSWS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLOSWS
      }
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the LOSW seconds threshold
         (as per the hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLOSWS value) has been
         reached/exceeded for the HDSL2/SHDSL segment endpoint."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 6 }

   hdsl2ShdslPerfUASThresh NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinUAS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshUAS
      }
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the unavailable seconds
         threshold (as per the hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshUAS value) has
         been reached/exceeded for the HDSL2/SHDSL segment endpoint."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 7 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanInvalidNumRepeaters NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfNumRepeaters
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      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that a mismatch has been detected
         between the number of repeater/regenerator units configured
         for a HDSL2/SHDSL line via the hdsl2ShdslSpanConfNumRepeaters
         object and the actual number of repeater/regenerator units
         discovered via the EOC."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 8 }

   hdsl2ShdslLoopbackFailure NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackConfig
      }
      STATUS     current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that an endpoint maintenance
         loopback command failed for an HDSL2/SHDSL segment."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 9 }

   hdsl2ShdslpowerBackoff NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus
      }
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the bit setting for
         powerBackoff in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus object for
         this endpoint has changed."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 10 }

   hdsl2ShdsldeviceFault NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus
      }
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the bit setting for
         deviceFault in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus object for
         this endpoint has changed."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 11 }

   hdsl2ShdsldcContinuityFault NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
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      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the bit setting for
         dcContinuityFault in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus object
         for this endpoint has changed."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 12 }

   hdsl2ShdslconfigInitFailure NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus
      }
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the bit setting for
         configInitFailure in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus object
         for this endpoint has changed."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 13 }

   hdsl2ShdslprotocolInitFailure NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus
      }
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the bit setting for
         protocolInitFailure in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus
         object for this endpoint has changed."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 14 }

   hdsl2ShdslnoNeighborPresent NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus
      }
      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates that the bit setting for
         noNeighborPresent in the hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus object
         for this endpoint has changed."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 15 }

   hdsl2ShdslLocalPowerLoss NOTIFICATION-TYPE
      OBJECTS
      {
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      STATUS    current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This notification indicates impending unit failure due to
         loss of local power (last gasp)."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslNotifications 16 }

   -- conformance information
   --

   hdsl2ShdslConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { hdsl2ShdslMIB 3 }
   hdsl2ShdslGroups      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
                { hdsl2ShdslConformance 1 }
   hdsl2ShdslCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
                { hdsl2ShdslConformance 2 }

   -- agent compliance statements

   hdsl2ShdslLineMibCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
      STATUS  deprecated
      DESCRIPTION
        "The compliance statement for SNMP entities which implement
        HDSL2 and SHDSL.  The version of SHDSL supported in this
        compliance statement is g.shdsl.

        **** This compliance statement is deprecated. ****"
      MODULE
      MANDATORY-GROUPS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslInventoryGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrGroup,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalGroup,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintenanceGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslNotificationGroup
      }

   GROUP  hdsl2ShdslInventoryShdslGroup
      DESCRIPTION
        "Support for this group is only required for implementations
        supporting SHDSL lines."

   GROUP  hdsl2ShdslSpanShdslStatusGroup
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        "Support for this group is only required for implementations
        supporting SHDSL lines."

   GROUP  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileGroup
      DESCRIPTION
        "Support for this group is only required for implementations
        supporting SHDSL lines."

   OBJECT hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWireInterface
      SYNTAX      INTEGER
                  {
                  twoWire(1),
                  fourWire(2)
                  }
      DESCRIPTION
        "An implementation only has to support the range as
        applicable for the original g.shdsl specification defined
        in RFC 3276."

   OBJECT hdsl2ShdslStatusMaxAttainableLineRate
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4112000)
      DESCRIPTION
        "An implementation only has to support the range as
        applicable for the original g.shdsl specification defined
        in RFC 3276."

   OBJECT hdsl2ShdslStatusActualLineRate
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4112000)
      DESCRIPTION
        "An implementation only has to support the range as
        applicable for the original g.shdsl specification defined
        in RFC 3276."

   OBJECT hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMinLineRate
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4112000)
      DESCRIPTION
        "An implementation only has to support the range as
        applicable for the original g.shdsl specification defined
        in RFC 3276."

   OBJECT hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMaxLineRate
      SYNTAX      Unsigned32(0..4112000)
      DESCRIPTION
        "An implementation only has to support the range as
        applicable for the original g.shdsl specification defined
        in RFC 3276."

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   hdsl2GshdslbisLineMibCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
      STATUS  current
      DESCRIPTION
        "The compliance statement for SNMP entities which implement
        HDSL2 and SHDSL.  The version of SHDSL supported in this
        compliance statement is g.shdsl.bis."
      MODULE
      MANDATORY-GROUPS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslInventoryGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrGroup,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalGroup,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintenanceGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfGroup,
      hdsl2ShdslNotificationGroup
      }

   GROUP  hdsl2ShdslInventoryShdslGroup
      DESCRIPTION
        "Support for this group is only required for implementations
        supporting SHDSL lines."

   GROUP  hdsl2ShdslSpanShdslStatusGroup
      DESCRIPTION
        "Support for this group is only required for implementations
        supporting SHDSL lines."

   GROUP  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileGroup
      DESCRIPTION
        "Support for this group is only required for implementations
        supporting SHDSL lines."

   GROUP hdsl2ShdslWirePairGroup
      DESCRIPTION
        "Support for this group is only required for implementations
        supporting SHDSL lines."

   GROUP hdsl2ShdslPayloadRateGroup
      DESCRIPTION
        "Support for this group is only required for implementations
        supporting SHDSL lines."

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   -- units of conformance
   --

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfNumRepeaters,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfAlarmProfile
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects for configuring span related
         parameters for HDSL2/SHDSL lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 1 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanStatusGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslStatusNumAvailRepeaters
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects for retrieving span related
         status for HDSL2/SHDSL lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 2 }

   hdsl2ShdslInventoryShdslGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslInvTransmissionModeCapability
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects for retrieving SHDSL-specific
         inventory information."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 3 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanShdslStatusGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslStatusMaxAttainableLineRate,
      hdsl2ShdslStatusActualLineRate,
      hdsl2ShdslStatusTransmissionModeCurrent
      }
      STATUS      current
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         span related status."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 4 }

   hdsl2ShdslInventoryGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorID,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorModelNumber,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorSerialNumber,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorEOCSoftwareVersion,
      hdsl2ShdslInvStandardVersion,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorListNumber,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorIssueNumber,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorSoftwareVersion,
      hdsl2ShdslInvEquipmentCode,
      hdsl2ShdslInvVendorOther
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects that provide unit inventory
         information about the units in HDSL2/SHDSL lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 5 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrAtn
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects for configuring parameters for
         segment endpoints in HDSL2/SHDSL lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 6 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrAtn,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrSnrMgn,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrStatus,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointES,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointSES,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCRCanomalies,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointLOSWS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointUAS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinTimeElapsed,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinES,
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      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinCRCanomalies,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinLOSWS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr15MinUAS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayTimeElapsed,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayES,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DaySES,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayCRCanomalies,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayLOSWS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurr1DayUAS
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects which provide current status and
         performance measurements relating to segment endpoints in
         HDSL2/SHDSL lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 7 }

   hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalES,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalSES,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalCRCanomalies,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalLOSWS,
      hdsl2Shdsl15MinIntervalUAS
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects which maintain historic
         performance measurements relating to segment endpoints in
         HDSL2/SHDSL lines in 15-minute intervals."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 8 }

   hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalMoniSecs,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalES,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalSES,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalCRCanomalies,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalLOSWS,
      hdsl2Shdsl1DayIntervalUAS
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects which maintain historic
         performance measurements relating to segment endpoints in
         HDSL2/SHDSL lines in 1-day intervals."



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      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 9 }

   hdsl2ShdslMaintenanceGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackConfig,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintTipRingReversal,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintPowerBackOff,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintSoftRestart,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackTimeout,
      hdsl2ShdslMaintUnitPowerSource
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects that provide support for
         maintenance actions for HDSL2/SHDSL lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 10 }

   hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLoopAttenuation,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSNRMargin,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshES,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSES,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshCRCanomalies,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLOSWS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshUAS,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileRowStatus
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects that allow configuration of alarm
         thresholds for various performance parameters for HDSL2/SHDSL
         lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 11 }

   hdsl2ShdslNotificationGroup NOTIFICATION-GROUP
      NOTIFICATIONS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslLoopAttenCrossing,
      hdsl2ShdslSNRMarginCrossing,
      hdsl2ShdslPerfESThresh,
      hdsl2ShdslPerfSESThresh,
      hdsl2ShdslPerfCRCanomaliesThresh,
      hdsl2ShdslPerfLOSWSThresh,
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      hdsl2ShdslSpanInvalidNumRepeaters,
      hdsl2ShdslLoopbackFailure,
      hdsl2ShdslpowerBackoff,
      hdsl2ShdsldeviceFault,
      hdsl2ShdsldcContinuityFault,
      hdsl2ShdslconfigInitFailure,
      hdsl2ShdslprotocolInitFailure,
      hdsl2ShdslnoNeighborPresent,
      hdsl2ShdslLocalPowerLoss
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports notifications of significant conditions
         associated with HDSL2/SHDSL lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 12 }

   hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWireInterface,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMinLineRate,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMaxLineRate,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPSD,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTransmissionMode,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfRemoteEnabled,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPowerFeeding,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginDown,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginDown,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginUp,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginUp,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfUsedTargetMargins,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfReferenceClock,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfLineProbeEnable,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileRowStatus
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects that constitute configuration
         profiles for configuring span related parameters in SHDSL
         lines."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 13 }

   hdsl2ShdslWirePairGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrTipRingReversal,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrActivationState
      }



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      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports objects which provide the status
         of SHDSL-specific wire pairs."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 14 }

   hdsl2ShdslPayloadRateGroup OBJECT-GROUP
      OBJECTS
      {
      hdsl2ShdslStatusMaxAttainablePayloadRate,
      hdsl2ShdslStatusActualPayloadRate
      }
      STATUS      current
      DESCRIPTION
        "This group supports object for retrieving payload rates
         which excludes any framing overhead."
      ::= { hdsl2ShdslGroups 15 }

   END



4.  Implementation Analysis

   A management application which supports RFC 3276 could mistakenly
   flag a unit which responds with a rate or wire pair which exceeds the
   ranges and/or enumerations specified in RFC 3276.  For example, a
   G.shdsl.bis line with four wire pairs would report statistics for
   wire pairs that do not exist in RFC 3276.  That is, a GET-NEXT
   request issues with the object identifier:

      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrAtn.1.1.1.2

   might return

      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrAtn.1.1.1.3 = 0

   with a G.shdsl.bis unit and

      hdsl2ShdslEndpointCurrSnrMgn.1.1.1.1 = 0

   with an HDSL2 unit as these objects are indexed by

      INDEX  { ifIndex, hdsl2ShdslInvIndex, hdsl2ShdslendpointSide,
               hdsl2ShdslEndpointWirePair }

   A management application intended to manage G.shdsl.bis agents SHOULD
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   One should note that this same unmodified management application is
   still capable of managing G.shdsl.bis agents albeit to the degree of
   G.SHDSL (non-bis) limitations.  That is, it can create and monitor
   configurations limited to two wire pairs with an upper rate limit of
   4112000 bits/second.

5.  Security Considerations

   There are a number of 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 are the tables and objects and their
   sensitivity/vulnerability:

   o  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTable

      The table consists of the following objects that support SET
      operations:

      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfNumRepeaters
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfAlarmProfile

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfNumRepeaters could
      result in a hdsl2ShdslSpanInvalidNumRepeaters notification.  Note
      the discussion on hdsl2ShdslSpanInvalidNumRepeaters in the
      Notifications Section above.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfile could have an
      adverse operational effect on a span.  Reference the
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable discussion below.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfAlarmProfile could have
      a contrary effect on notifications.  Reference the
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable discussion below.

   o  hdsl2ShdslEndpointConfTable

      This table contains one object,
      hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfile, that supports SET operations.
      Unauthorized changes could have an undesirable notifications.
      Reference the hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable discussion
      below.






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   o  hdsl2ShdslEndpointMaintTable

      The table consists of the following objects that support SET
      operations:

      *  hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackConfig
      *  hdsl2ShdslMaintPowerBackoff
      *  hdsl2ShdslMaintSoftRestart

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackConfig could
      prevent end-to-end data transfer due to an activation of a
      loopback.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslMaintPowerBackoff could result
      in an increased in bundle interference.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslMaintSoftRestart could result in
      a temporary interruption of end-to-end data transfer as the result
      of the triggering of a soft restart.

   o  hdsl2ShdslUnitMaintTable

      This table contains one object, hdsl2ShdslMaintLoopbackTimeout,
      that supports SET operations.  An unauthorized change to this
      object could result in the timeout value for loopbacks being
      increased, decreased, or disabled.

   o  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileTable

      The table consists of the following objects that support SET
      operations:

      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWireInterface
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMinLineRate
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMaxLineRate
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPSD
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTransmissionMode
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfRemoteEnabled
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPowerFeeding
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginDown
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginDown
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginUp
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginUp
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfUsedTargetMargins
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfReferenceClock
      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfLineProbeEnable





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      *  hdsl2ShdslSpanConfProfileRowStatus

      Setting any of the objects to an incorrect value could have an
      adverse operational effect on a span.

      Unauthorized changes to the hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWireInterface could
      result in the failure of a span to achieve activation to a state
      that would permit data flow.  For example, setting this object to
      six-wire or eight-wire operation when one of the units in the span
      only supports two-wire or four-wire operation would likely prevent
      an expected end-to-end data transfer capability.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMinLineRate or
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfMaxLineRate could have an adverse effect on
      performance.  The range of allowable line rates could be altered
      such that the span may not be able to train to an line rate that
      would permit any end-user data to traverse the span or the span
      could train to a line rate that is either greater than or less
      than the line rate that the provider has pledged.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPSD or
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfTransmissionMode could have a detrimental effect
      loop reach, performance, or spectral compatibility.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfRemoteEnable could alter
      the remote management ability of units.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfPowerFeeding could
      shutdown units that are expected to be feed power remotely.
      Changing the configuration such that wetting current is not
      supplied may result in corrosion of electrical contacts.

      Unauthorized changes to
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginDown,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginDown,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfCurrCondTargetMarginUp,
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfWorstCaseTargetMarginUp, or
      hdsl2ShdslSpanConfUsedTargetMargins could result in invalid
      parameters used to determine if a data rate can be supported under
      current and worst-case noise.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfReferenceClock could
      result in the selection of a clock source which might either
      prevent any data from being transferred or impair data transfer.
      In addition, an increase in CRC anomalies may be experienced.

      Unauthorized changes to hdsl2ShdslSpanConfLineProbeEnable could
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      level based on current line conditions.

      Unauthorized changes to row status could result in unwanted
      profiles being created or brought into service.  Also, changes to
      the row status could result in profiles being inadvertently
      deleted or taken out of service.

   o  hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileTable

      The table consists of the following objects that support SET
      operations:

      *  hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLoopAttenuation
      *  hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSNRMargin
      *  hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshES
      *  hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshSES
      *  hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshCRCanomalies
      *  hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshLOSWS
      *  hdsl2ShdslEndpointThreshUAS
      *  hdsl2ShdslEndpointAlarmConfProfileRowStatus

      Increasing any of the threshold values could result a notification
      being suppressed or deferred.  Setting a threshold to 0 could
      result in a notification being suppressed.  Suppressing or
      deferring a notification could prevent the timely delivery of
      important diagnostic information.  Decreasing any of the threshold
      values could result in a notification being sent from the network
      falsely reporting a threshold crossing.

      Changing a threshold value could also have an impact on the amount
      of notifications the agent sends.  This document adds a paragraph,
      which was not in RFC 3276 [RFC3276], to the Notifications Section
      which provides general guidance to the rate limiting of
      notifications.  Agent implementations not adhering to the rate-
      limiting desires could result in notifications being generated at
      an uncontrolled rate.  Unauthorized changes to a threshold value
      could result in an undesired notification rate.

      Unauthorized changes to row status could result in unwanted
      profiles being created or brought into service.  Also, changes to
      the row status could result in profiles being inadvertently
      deleted or taken out of service.

   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
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   the network via SNMP.  These are the tables and objects and their
   sensitivity/vulnerability:

   o  hdsl2ShdslInventoryTable

      Access to these objects would allow an intruder to obtain
      information about which vendor's equipment is in use on the
      network.  Further, such information is considered sensitive in
      many environments for competitive reasons.

      *  hdsl2ShdslInvVendorID
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvVendorModelNumber
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvVendorSerialNumber
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvVendorEOCSoftwareVersion
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvStandardVersion
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvVendorListNumber
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvVendorIssueNumber
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvVendorSoftwareVersion
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvEquipmentCode
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvVendorOther
      *  hdsl2ShdslInvTransmissionModeCapability

   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 implementers 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.

6.  Acknowledgments

   The authors are deeply grateful to the authors of the ADSL LINE MIB
   (RFC 2662 [RFC2662]), Gregory Bathrick and Faye Ly, as much of the
   text and structure of this document originates in their documents.

   The authors are also grateful to the authors of FR MFR MIB (RFC 3020



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   [RFC3020]), Prayson Pate, Bob Lynch, and Kenneth Rehbehn, as the
   majority of the Security Considerations section was lifted from their
   document.

   The authors also acknowledge the importance of the contributions and
   suggestions regarding interface indexing structures received from
   David Horton of CITR.

   The authors are extremely thankful to Bert Wijnen, Randy Presuhn, and
   C. M. Heard for their extensive review and the many suggestions they
   provided.

   Other contributions were received from the following:

         Matt Beanland (Extel Communications)
         Philip Bergstresser (Adtran)
         Steve Blackwell (Centillium)
         Umberto Bonollo (NEC Australia)
         John Egan (Metalink BroadBand)
         Yagal Hachmon (RAD)
         Mark Johnson (Red Point)
         Sharon Mantin (Orckit)
         Moti Morgenstern (ECI)
         Raymond Murphy (Ericsson)
         Lee Nipper (Verilink)
         Randy Presuhn (BMC Software)
         Katy Sherman (Orckit)
         Mike Sneed (ECI)
         Jon Turney (DSL Solutions)
         Aron Wahl (Memotec)
         Jim Wilson (for Mindspeed)
         Bert Wijnen (Lucent)
         Michael Wrobel (Memotec)


7.  References

7.1  Normative References

   [G.991.2]  Blackwell, S., "Single-Pair High-Speed Digital Subscriber
              Line (SHDSL) Transceivers", ITU-T G.991.2, December 2003.

   [RFC2119]  Bradner, S., "Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate
              Requirement Levels", BCP 14, RFC 2119, March 1997.

   [RFC2578]  McCloghrie, K., Ed., Perkins, D., Ed., and J.
              Schoenwaelder, Ed., "Structure of Management Information
              Version 2 (SMIv2)", STD 58, RFC 2578, April 1999.



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   [RFC2579]  McCloghrie, K., Ed., Perkins, D., Ed., and J.
              Schoenwaelder, Ed., "Textual Conventions for SMIv2",
              STD 58, RFC 2579, April 1999.

   [RFC2580]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D., and J. Schoenwaelder,
              "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.

   [RFC3593]  Tesink, K., "Textual Conventions for MIB Modules Using
              Performance History Based on 15 Minute Intervals",
              RFC 3593, September 2003.

   [T1E1.4]   American National Standards Institute, "ANSI T1E1.4/
              2000-006", February 2000.

7.2  Informative References

   [RFC2662]  Bathrick, G. and F. Ly, "Definitions of Managed Objects
              for the ADSL Lines", RFC 2662, August 1999.

   [RFC3020]  Pate, P., Lynch, B., and K. Rehbehn, "Definitions of
              Managed Objects for Monitoring and Controlling the UNI/NNI
              Multilink Frame Relay Function", RFC 3020, December 2000.

   [RFC3276]  Ray, B. and R. Abbi, "Definitions of Managed Objects for
              High Bit-Rate DSL - 2nd generation (HDSL2) and Single-Pair
              High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (SHDSL) Lines
              Processing", RFC 3276, May 2002.

   [RFC3410]  Case, J., Mundy, R., Partain, D., and B. Stewart,
              "Introduction and Applicability Statements for Internet-
              Standard Management Framework", RFC 3410, December 2002.

   [RFC3418]  Presuhn, R., "Management Information Base (MIB) for the
              Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)", STD 62,
              RFC 3418, December 2002.







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Authors' Addresses

   Clay Sikes
   Paradyne Networks, Inc.
   8454 126th Ave. N.
   Largo, FL  33773
   US

   Phone: +1 727 530 8257
   Fax:   +1 727 532 5698
   Email: csikes@paradyne.com


   Bob Ray
   PESA Switching Systems, Inc.
   330-A Wynn Drive
   Huntsville, AL  35805
   US

   Phone: +1 256 726 9200 ext. 142
   Fax:   +1 256 726 9271
   Email: rray@pesa.com


   Rajesh Abbi
   Alcatel USA
   2912 Wake Forest Road
   Raleigh, NC  27609-7860
   US

   Phone: +1 919-850-6194
   Fax:   +1 919-850-6670
   Email: Rajesh.Abbi@alcatel.com


















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