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   IPS                                                    Kevin Gibbons
   Internet Draft                                         Charles Monia
   <draft-ietf-ips-ifcp-mib-06.txt>                          Josh Tseng
   Category: standards-track                         McDATA Corporation
   Expires: July 2005
                                                      Franco Travostino
                                                                 Nortel

                                                           January 2005

                Definitions of Managed Objects for iFCP

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   Copyright (C) The Internet Society (2005). All Rights Reserved.

Abstract

   The iFCP protocol provides Fibre Channel fabric functionality on an
   IP network in which TCP/IP switching and routing elements replace
   Fibre Channel components.  The iFCP protocol is used between iFCP
   Gateways.  This draft provides a mechanism to monitor and control
   iFCP Gateway instances, and their associated sessions, using SNMP.

   This memo is a product of the IP Storage (IPS) working group within
   the Internet Engineering Task Force.  Comments are solicited and


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   should be addressed to the working group's mailing list at
   ips@ece.cmu.edu and/or the authors.

Table of Contents

   Status of this Memo................................................1
   Copyright Notice...................................................1
   Abstract...........................................................1
   Table of Contents..................................................2
   1.  The Internet-Standard Management Framework.....................3
   2.  Introduction...................................................3
   3.  Technical Description..........................................4
   4.  MIB Definition.................................................4
   5.  IANA Considerations...........................................23
   6.  Security Considerations.......................................23
   7.  Normative References..........................................24
   8.  Informative References........................................25
   9.  Authors' Addresses............................................25
   10. Intellectual Property Statement...............................25
   11. Disclaimer of Validity........................................26
   12. Full Copyright Statement......................................26
   13. Acknowledgment................................................26





























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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].

2.  Introduction

   The iFCP protocol can be used by FC to IP based storage gateways for
   FCP storage interconnects.  Figure 1 provides an example
   interconnect between iFCP gateways.

        Gateway Region                   Gateway Region
    +--------+  +--------+           +--------+  +--------+
    |   FC   |  |  FC    |           |   FC   |  |   FC   |
    | Device |  | Device |           | Device |  | Device |  Fibre
    |........|  |........| FC        |........|  |........|  Channel
    | N_PORT |  | N_PORT |<.........>| N_PORT |  | N_PORT |  Device
    +---+----+  +---+----+ Traffic   +----+---+  +----+---+  Domain
        |           |                     |           |         ^
    +---+----+  +---+----+           +----+---+  +----+---+     |
    | F_PORT |  | F_PORT |           | F_PORT |  | F_PORT |     |
   =+========+==+========+===========+========+==+========+==========
    |    iFCP Layer      |<--------->|     iFCP Layer     |     |
    |....................|     ^     |....................|     |
    |     iFCP Portal    |     |     |     iFCP Portal    |     v
    +--------+-----------+     |     +----------+---------+    IP
         iFCP|Gateway      Control          iFCP|Gateway      Network
             |              Data                |
             |                                  |
             |                                  |
             |<------Encapsulated Frames------->|
             |      +------------------+        |
             |      |                  |        |
             +------+    IP Network    +--------+
                    |                  |
                    +------------------+

   The iFCP MIB Module is designed to allow SNMP to be used to monitor
   and manage local iFCP gateway instances, including the configuration
   of iFCP sessions between gateways.


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3.  Technical Description

   The iFCP MIB Module is divided into sections for iFCP local gateway
   instance management, iFCP session management, and iFCP session
   statistics.

   The section for iFCP gateway management provides default settings
   and information about each local instance.  A single management
   entity can monitor multiple local gateway instances.  Each local
   gateway is conceptually an independent gateway that has both Fibre
   Channel and IP interfaces.  The default IP Time Out Value (IP_TOV)
   is configurable for each gateway.  Other standard MIBs, such as the
   Fibre Management MIB [FCMGT01] or Interfaces Group MIB [RFC2863],
   can be used to manage non-iFCP specific gateway parameters.  The
   local gateway instance section provides iFCP specific information as
   well as optional links to other standard management MIBs.

   The iFCP session management section provides information on iFCP
   sessions that are using one of the local iFCP gateway instances.
   This section allows the management of specific iFCP parameters,
   including changing the IP_TOV from the default setting of the
   gateway.

   The iFCP session statistics section provides statistical information
   on the iFCP sessions that are using one of the local iFCP gateways.
   These tables augment the session management table.  Additional
   statistical information for an iFCP gateway or session, that is not
   iFCP specific, can be obtained using other standard MIBs.  The iFCP
   statistics are provided in both standard and low-capacity
   (counter32) methods.

4.  MIB Definition

   IFCP-MGMT-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

   IMPORTS
       MODULE-IDENTITY,
       OBJECT-TYPE,
       Gauge32,
       Integer32,
       Unsigned32,
       transmission
            FROM SNMPv2-SMI

       OBJECT-GROUP,
       MODULE-COMPLIANCE
            FROM SNMPv2-CONF

       TEXTUAL-CONVENTION,
       TimeStamp,
       TruthValue,
       StorageType

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            FROM SNMPv2-TC

   --  From RFC 2021
       ZeroBasedCounter32
            FROM RMON2-MIB

   --  From RFC 2856
       ZeroBasedCounter64
            FROM HCNUM-TC

   --  From RFC 2571
       SnmpAdminString
            FROM SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB

   --  From RFC 2863
       InterfaceIndexOrZero
            FROM IF-MIB

   --  From RFC 3291
       InetAddressType,
       InetAddress,
       InetPortNumber
            FROM INET-ADDRESS-MIB

   --  From IETF Entity MIB v3, RFC TBD
   -- RFC Ed.: replace TBD with RFC number assigned to the
   --          Entity MIB v3, and remove this note
       PhysicalIndexOrZero
            FROM ENTITY-MIB

   --  From IETF Fibre Channel Management MIB, RFC TBD
   -- RFC Ed.: replace TBD with RFC number assigned to the Fibre
   --          Channel Management MIB, and remove this note
       FcNameIdOrZero,
       FcAddressIdOrZero
            FROM FC-MGMT-MIB
         ;

   ifcpMgmtMIB   MODULE-IDENTITY
         LAST-UPDATED "200501230000Z"
         ORGANIZATION "IETF IPS Working Group"
         CONTACT-INFO "
           Attn: Kevin Gibbons
                 McDATA Corporation
                 4555 Great America Pkwy
                 Santa Clara, CA 95054-1208
                 USA
                 Tel: +1 408 567-5765
                 Fax: +1 408 567-0063
                 Email: kevin.gibbons@mcdata.com

                 Charles Monia

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                 McDATA Corporation
                 4555 Great America Pkwy
                 Santa Clara, CA 95054-1208
                 USA
                 Tel: +1 408 567-5700
                 Email: cmonia@pacbell.net

                 Josh Tseng
                 McDATA Corporation
                 4555 Great America Pkwy
                 Santa Clara, CA 95054-1208
                 USA
                 Tel: +1 408 567-5700
                 Email: joshtseng@yahoo.com

                 Franco Travostino
                 Nortel Networks
                 3 Federal Street
                 Billerica, MA  01821
                 USA
                 Tel : +1 978 288-7708
                 email : travos@nortelnetworks.com
                       "
         DESCRIPTION "The MIB for internet Fibre Channel Protocol
                      (iFCP) management.

                      Copyright (C) The Internet Society (2005).
                      This version of this MIB module is part of
                      RFC ZZZZ;  see the RFC itself for
                      full legal notices."
   -- RFC Ed.: replace ZZZZ with actual RFC number assigned to
   --          this document and remove this note
         REVISION    "200501230000Z"
         DESCRIPTION "Initial version of iFCP Management Module.
                      This MIB published as RFC ZZZZ."
   -- RFC Ed.: replace ZZZZ with RFC number assigned to this
   --          document and remove this note
   -- remove from final version  ::=  { transmission 9999 }
         ::=  { transmission YYYY }
   -- RFC Ed.: enter the IANA assigned number to this MIB for YYYY,
   --          and remove this note

   --
   --  Textual Conventions
   --

     IfcpIpTOVorZero ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
       DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
       STATUS         current
       DESCRIPTION    "The maximum propagation delay, in seconds,
                       for an encapsulated FC frame to traverse the
                       IP network. A value of 0 implies fibre

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                       channel frame lifetime limits will not be
                       enforced."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
   -- RFC Ed.: throughout this document, replace XXXX with the
   --          RFC number assigned to the iFCP Protocol Spec.,
   --          and remove this note
       SYNTAX         Unsigned32 (0..3600)

     IfcpLTIorZero ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
       DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
       STATUS         current
       DESCRIPTION    "The value for the Liveness Test Interval
                       (LTI) being used in an iFCP connection, in
                       seconds.  A value of 0 implies no Liveness
                       Test Interval will be used."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       SYNTAX         Unsigned32 (0..65535)

     IfcpSessionStates ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
       STATUS         current
       DESCRIPTION    "The value for an iFCP session state."
       SYNTAX         INTEGER {down(1), openPending(2), open(3)}

     IfcpAddressMode ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
       STATUS         current
       DESCRIPTION    "The values for iFCP Address Translation
                       Mode."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       SYNTAX         INTEGER {addressTransparent(1),
                               addressTranslation(2)}

   --
   -- Internet Fibre Channel Protocol (iFCP)
   --

   ifcpGatewayObjects      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ifcpMgmtMIB 1}
   ifcpGatewayConformance  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ifcpMgmtMIB 2}

   --
   -- Local iFCP Gateway Instance Information ==================
   --

   ifcpLclGatewayInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ifcpGatewayObjects 1}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstTable OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX           SEQUENCE OF IfcpLclGtwyInstEntry
       MAX-ACCESS       not-accessible
       STATUS           current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Information about all local iFCP Gateway instances that can
    be monitored and controlled.  This table contains an entry
    for each local iFCP Gateway instance that is being managed."

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       ::= {ifcpLclGatewayInfo 1}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX           IfcpLclGtwyInstEntry
       MAX-ACCESS       not-accessible
       STATUS           current
       DESCRIPTION
   "An entry in the local iFCP Gateway Instance table.
    Parameters and settings for the gateway are found here."
       INDEX { ifcpLclGtwyInstIndex }
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstTable 1}

   IfcpLclGtwyInstEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
       ifcpLclGtwyInstIndex             Unsigned32,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstPhyIndex          PhysicalIndexOrZero,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstVersionMin        Unsigned32,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstVersionMax        Unsigned32,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstAddrTransMode     IfcpAddressMode,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstFcBrdcstSupport   TruthValue,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultIpTOV      IfcpIpTOVorZero,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultLTInterval IfcpLTIorZero,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstDescr             SnmpAdminString,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstNumActiveSessions Gauge32,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstStorageType       StorageType
                                     }

   ifcpLclGtwyInstIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            Unsigned32 (1..2147483647)
       MAX-ACCESS        not-accessible
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "An arbitrary integer value to uniquely identify this iFCP
    Gateway from other local Gateway instances."
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      1}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstPhyIndex OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            PhysicalIndexOrZero
       MAX-ACCESS        read-only
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "An index indicating the location of this local gateway within
    a larger entity, if one exists.  If supported, this is the
    entPhysicalIndex from the Entity MIB (Version 3), for this
    iFCP Gateway.  If not supported, or if not related to a
    physical entity, then the value of this object is 0."
       REFERENCE      "Entity MIB (Version 3)"
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      2}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstVersionMin OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            Unsigned32 (0..255)
       MAX-ACCESS        read-only
       STATUS            current

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       DESCRIPTION
   "The minimum iFCP protocol version supported by the local iFCP
    gateway instance."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      3}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstVersionMax OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            Unsigned32 (0..255)
       MAX-ACCESS        read-only
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The maximum iFCP protocol version supported by the local iFCP
    gateway instance."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      4}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstAddrTransMode OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            IfcpAddressMode
       MAX-ACCESS        read-write
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The local iFCP gateway operating mode.  Changing this value
    may cause existing sessions to be disrupted."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       DEFVAL            { addressTranslation }
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      5}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstFcBrdcstSupport OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            TruthValue
       MAX-ACCESS        read-write
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Whether the local iFCP gateway supports FC Broadcast.
    Changing this value may cause existing sessions to be
    disrupted."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       DEFVAL            { false }
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      6}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultIpTOV OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            IfcpIpTOVorZero
       MAX-ACCESS        read-write
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The default IP_TOV used for iFCP sessions at this gateway.
    This is the default maximum propagation delay that will be
    used for an iFCP session.  The value can be changed on a
    per-session basis.  The valid range is 0 - 3600 seconds.
    A value of 0 implies that fibre channel frame lifetime limits
    will not be enforced."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       DEFVAL            { 6 }

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       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      7}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultLTInterval OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            IfcpLTIorZero
       MAX-ACCESS        read-write
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The default Liveness Test Interval (LTI), in seconds, used
    for iFCP sessions at this gateway.  This is the default
    value for an iFCP session and can be changed on a
    per-session basis.  The valid range is 0 - 65535 seconds.
    A value of 0 implies no Liveness Test Interval will be
    performed on a session."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       DEFVAL            { 10 }
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      8}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstDescr  OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..64))
       MAX-ACCESS        read-write
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "A user entered description for this iFCP Gateway."
       DEFVAL            { "" }
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      9}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstNumActiveSessions OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            Gauge32 (0..4294967295)
       MAX-ACCESS        read-only
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The current total number of iFCP sessions in the open or
    open-pending state."
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      10}

   ifcpLclGtwyInstStorageType OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX            StorageType
       MAX-ACCESS        read-only
       STATUS            current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The storage type for this row.  Paramater values defined
    for a gateway are usually non-volatile, but may be volatile
    or read-only in some configurations."
       DEFVAL            { nonVolatile }
       ::= {ifcpLclGtwyInstEntry      11}

   --
   -- iFCP N Port Session Information ============================
   --

   ifcpNportSessionInfo
              OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ifcpGatewayObjects 2}

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   ifcpSessionAttributesTable OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         SEQUENCE OF
                                       IfcpSessionAttributesEntry
       MAX-ACCESS                     not-accessible
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "An iFCP session consists of the pair of N_PORTs comprising
    the session endpoints joined by a single TCP/IP connection.
    This table provides information on each iFCP session
    currently using a local iFCP Gateway instance.  iFCP sessions
    are created and removed by the iFCP Gateway instances, which
    are reflected in this table."
       ::= {ifcpNportSessionInfo 1}

   ifcpSessionAttributesEntry OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         IfcpSessionAttributesEntry
       MAX-ACCESS                     not-accessible
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "An entry in the session table."
       INDEX { ifcpLclGtwyInstIndex, ifcpSessionIndex }
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesTable 1}

   IfcpSessionAttributesEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
       ifcpSessionIndex               Integer32,
       ifcpSessionLclPrtlIfIndex      InterfaceIndexOrZero,
       ifcpSessionLclPrtlAddrType     InetAddressType,
       ifcpSessionLclPrtlAddr         InetAddress,
       ifcpSessionLclPrtlTcpPort      InetPortNumber,
       ifcpSessionLclNpWwun           FcNameIdOrZero,
       ifcpSessionLclNpFcid           FcAddressIdOrZero,
       ifcpSessionRmtNpWwun           FcNameIdOrZero,
       ifcpSessionRmtPrtlIfAddrType   InetAddressType,
       ifcpSessionRmtPrtlIfAddr       InetAddress,
       ifcpSessionRmtPrtlTcpPort      InetPortNumber,
       ifcpSessionRmtNpFcid           FcAddressIdOrZero,
       ifcpSessionRmtNpFcidAlias      FcAddressIdOrZero,
       ifcpSessionIpTOV               IfcpIpTOVorZero,
       ifcpSessionLclLTIntvl          IfcpLTIorZero,
       ifcpSessionRmtLTIntvl          IfcpLTIorZero,
       ifcpSessionBound               TruthValue,
       ifcpSessionStorageType         StorageType
                                          }

   ifcpSessionIndex                   OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         Integer32 (1..2147483647)
       MAX-ACCESS                     not-accessible
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The iFCP session index is a unique value used as an index
    to the table, along with a specific local iFCP Gateway

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    instance.  This index is used because the local N Port and
    remote N Port information would create an complex index that
    would be difficult to implement."
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 1}

   ifcpSessionLclPrtlIfIndex          OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         InterfaceIndexOrZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This is the interface index in the IF-MIB ifTable being used
    as the local portal in this session, as described in the
    IF-MIB.  If the local portal is not associated with an entry
    in the ifTable, then the value is 0.  The ifType of the
    interface will generally be a type that supports IP, but an
    implementation may support iFCP using other protocols.  This
    object can be used to obtain additional information about the
    interface."
       REFERENCE     "RFC 2863, The Interfaces Group MIB (IF-MIB)"
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 2}

   ifcpSessionLclPrtlAddrType         OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         InetAddressType
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The type of address in ifcpSessionLclIfAddr."
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 3}

   ifcpSessionLclPrtlAddr             OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         InetAddress
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This is the external IP address of the interface being used
    for the iFCP local portal in this session.  The address type
    is defined in ifcpSessionLclPrtlAddrType.  If the value is a
    DNS name, then the name is resolved once, during the initial
    session instantiation."
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 4}

   ifcpSessionLclPrtlTcpPort          OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         InetPortNumber
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This is the TCP port number that is being used for the iFCP
    local portal in this session.  This is normally an ephemeral
    port number selected by the gateway.  The value may be 0
    during an initial setup period."
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 5}


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   ifcpSessionLclNpWwun               OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         FcNameIdOrZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "World Wide Unique Name of the local N Port.  For an unbound
    session this variable will be a zero-length string."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       DEFVAL                         { "" }
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 6}

   ifcpSessionLclNpFcid               OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         FcAddressIdOrZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Fibre Channel Identifier of the local N Port.  For an unbound
    session this variable will be a zero-length string."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 7}

   ifcpSessionRmtNpWwun               OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         FcNameIdOrZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "World Wide Unique Name of the remote N Port.  For an unbound
    session this variable will be a zero-length string."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       DEFVAL                         { "" }
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 8}

   ifcpSessionRmtPrtlIfAddrType       OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         InetAddressType
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The type of address in ifcpSessionRmtPrtlIfAddr."
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 9}

   ifcpSessionRmtPrtlIfAddr           OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         InetAddress
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This is the remote gateway IP address being used for the
    portal on the remote iFCP gateway.  The address type is
    defined in ifcpSessionRmtPrtlIfAddrType.  If the value is a
    DNS name, then the name is resolved once, during the initial
    session instantiation."
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 10}


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   ifcpSessionRmtPrtlTcpPort          OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         InetPortNumber
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This is the TCP port number being used for the portal on the
    remote iFCP gateway.  Generally, this will be the iFCP
    canonical port.  The value may be 0 during an initial setup
    period."
       DEFVAL                         { 3420 }
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 11}

   ifcpSessionRmtNpFcid               OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         FcAddressIdOrZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Fibre Channel Identifier of the remote N Port.  For an
    unbound session this variable will be a zero-length string."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 12}

   ifcpSessionRmtNpFcidAlias          OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         FcAddressIdOrZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Fibre Channel Identifier Alias assigned by the local gateway
    for the remote N Port.  For an unbound session this variable
    will be a zero-length string."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 13}

   ifcpSessionIpTOV                   OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         IfcpIpTOVorZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-write
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The IP_TOV being used for this iFCP session.  This is the
    maximum propagation delay that will be used for the iFCP
    session.  The value can be changed on a per-session basis
    and initially defaults to ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultIpTOV for
    the local gateway instance. The valid range is 0 - 3600
    seconds. A value of 0 implies fibre channel frame lifetime
    limits will not be enforced."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 14}

   ifcpSessionLclLTIntvl              OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         IfcpLTIorZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current

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       DESCRIPTION
   "The Liveness Test Interval (LTI) used for this iFCP session.
    The value can be changed on a per-session basis and initially
    defaults to ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultLTInterval for the local
    gateway instance.  The valid range is 0 - 65535 seconds.
    A value of 0 implies that the gateway will not originate
    Liveness Test messages for the session."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 15}

   ifcpSessionRmtLTIntvl              OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         IfcpLTIorZero
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The Liveness Test Interval (LTI) as requested by the remote
    gateway instance to use for this iFCP session.  This value may
    change over the life of the session. The valid range is 0 -
    65535 seconds.  A value of 0 implies that the remote gateway
    has not been requested to originate Liveness Test messages for
    the session."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 16}

   ifcpSessionBound                   OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         TruthValue
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This value indicates whether this session is bound to a
    specific local and remote N Port.  Sessions by default are
    unbound and ready for future assignment to a local and remote
    N Port."
       REFERENCE      "iFCP Protocol Specification, RFC XXXX"
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 17}

   ifcpSessionStorageType             OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         StorageType
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The storage type for this row.  Paramater values defined
    for a session are usually non-volatile, but may be volatile
    or read-only in some configurations."
       DEFVAL            { nonVolatile }
       ::= {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry 18}

   --
   -- Local iFCP Gateway Instance Session Statistics =============
   --

   ifcpSessionStatsTable              OBJECT-TYPE

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       SYNTAX                         SEQUENCE OF
                                         IfcpSessionStatsEntry
       MAX-ACCESS                     not-accessible
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This table provides statistics on an iFCP session."
       ::= {ifcpNportSessionInfo 2}

   ifcpSessionStatsEntry              OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         IfcpSessionStatsEntry
       MAX-ACCESS                     not-accessible
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Provides iFCP specific statistics per session."
       AUGMENTS {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry}
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsTable 1}

   IfcpSessionStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
       ifcpSessionState               IfcpSessionStates,
       ifcpSessionDuration            Unsigned32,
       ifcpSessionTxOctets            ZeroBasedCounter64,
       ifcpSessionRxOctets            ZeroBasedCounter64,
       ifcpSessionTxFrames            ZeroBasedCounter64,
       ifcpSessionRxFrames            ZeroBasedCounter64,
       ifcpSessionStaleFrames         ZeroBasedCounter64,
       ifcpSessionHeaderCRCErrors     ZeroBasedCounter64,
       ifcpSessionFcPayloadCRCErrors  ZeroBasedCounter64,
       ifcpSessionOtherErrors         ZeroBasedCounter64,
       ifcpSessionDiscontinuityTime   TimeStamp
                                      }

   ifcpSessionState                   OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         IfcpSessionStates
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The current session operating state."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 1}

   ifcpSessionDuration                OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         Unsigned32 (0..4294967295)
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This indicates, in seconds, how long the iFCP session has
    been in an open or open-pending state.  When a session is
    down the value is reset to 0."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 2}

   ifcpSessionTxOctets                OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter64
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only

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       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of octets transmitted on this session since
    the iFCP connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 3}

   ifcpSessionRxOctets                OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter64
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of octets received by on this session since
    the iFCP connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 4}

   ifcpSessionTxFrames                OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter64
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of iFCP frames transmitted since the
    connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 5}

   ifcpSessionRxFrames                OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter64
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of iFCP frames received since the
    connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 6}

   ifcpSessionStaleFrames             OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter64
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of received iFCP frames that were stale and
    discarded since the connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 7}

   ifcpSessionHeaderCRCErrors         OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter64
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of CRC errors that occurred in the frame
    header, detected since the connection was first established.
    Usually, a single Header CRC error is sufficient to
    terminate an iFCP session."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 8}

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   ifcpSessionFcPayloadCRCErrors      OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter64
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of CRC errors that occurred in the Fibre
    Channel frame payload detected since the connection was first
    established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 9}

   ifcpSessionOtherErrors             OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter64
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of errors, other then errors explicitly
    measured, detected since the connection was first
    established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 10}

   ifcpSessionDiscontinuityTime       OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         TimeStamp
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The value of sysUpTime on the most recent occasion at which
    any one or more of the ifcpSessionStatsTable's counters
    suffered a discontinuity.  The relevant counters are the
    specific Counter64 based instances associated with
    ifcpSessionStatsTable.  If no such discontinuities have
    occurred since the last reinitialization of the local
    management subsystem, then this object contains a zero value."
       ::= {ifcpSessionStatsEntry 11}

   --
   -- Low Capacity Statistics
   --

   ifcpSessionLcStatsTable            OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         SEQUENCE OF
                                        IfcpSessionLcStatsEntry
       MAX-ACCESS                     not-accessible
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This table provides low capacity statistics for an iFCP
    session.  These are provided for backward compatibility with
    systems that do not support Counter64 based objects.  At
    1Gbps rates, a Counter32 based object can wrap as often as
    every 34 seconds.  Counter32 based objects can be sufficient
    for many situations.  However, when possible, it is
    recommended to use the high capacity statistics in

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    ifcpSessionStatsTable based on Counter64 objects."
       ::= {ifcpNportSessionInfo 3}

   ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry            OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         IfcpSessionLcStatsEntry
       MAX-ACCESS                     not-accessible
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Provides iFCP specific statistics per session."
       AUGMENTS {ifcpSessionAttributesEntry}
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsTable 1}

   IfcpSessionLcStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
       ifcpSessionLcTxOctets            ZeroBasedCounter32,
       ifcpSessionLcRxOctets            ZeroBasedCounter32,
       ifcpSessionLcTxFrames            ZeroBasedCounter32,
       ifcpSessionLcRxFrames            ZeroBasedCounter32,
       ifcpSessionLcStaleFrames         ZeroBasedCounter32,
       ifcpSessionLcHeaderCRCErrors     ZeroBasedCounter32,
       ifcpSessionLcFcPayloadCRCErrors  ZeroBasedCounter32,
       ifcpSessionLcOtherErrors         ZeroBasedCounter32
                                      }

   ifcpSessionLcTxOctets              OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter32
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of octets transmitted on this session since
    the iFCP connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry 1}

   ifcpSessionLcRxOctets              OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter32
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of octets received by on this session since
    the iFCP connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry 2}

   ifcpSessionLcTxFrames              OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter32
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of iFCP frames transmitted since the
    connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry 3}

   ifcpSessionLcRxFrames              OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter32

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       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of iFCP frames received since the
    connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry 4}

   ifcpSessionLcStaleFrames           OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter32
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of received iFCP frames that were stale and
    discarded since the connection was first established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry 5}

   ifcpSessionLcHeaderCRCErrors       OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter32
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of CRC errors that occurred in the frame
    header, detected since the connection was first established.
    Usually, a single Header CRC error is sufficient to
    terminate an iFCP session."
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry 6}

   ifcpSessionLcFcPayloadCRCErrors    OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter32
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of CRC errors that occurred in the Fibre
    Channel frame payload detected since the connection was first
    established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry 7}

   ifcpSessionLcOtherErrors           OBJECT-TYPE
       SYNTAX                         ZeroBasedCounter32
       MAX-ACCESS                     read-only
       STATUS                         current
       DESCRIPTION
   "The total number of errors, other then errors explicitly
    measured, detected since the connection was first
    established."
       ::= {ifcpSessionLcStatsEntry 8}

   --==========================================================

   ifcpCompliances
           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ifcpGatewayConformance 1}


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   ifcpGatewayCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Implementation requirements for iFCP MIB compliance."
       MODULE       -- this module
       MANDATORY-GROUPS {
           ifcpLclGatewayGroup,
           ifcpLclGatewaySessionGroup,
           ifcpLclGatewaySessionStatsGroup,
           ifcpLclGatewaySessionLcStatsGroup
                        }
       ::= {ifcpCompliances 1}

   ifcpGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ifcpGatewayConformance 2}

   ifcpLclGatewayGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
       ifcpLclGtwyInstPhyIndex,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstVersionMin,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstVersionMax,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstAddrTransMode,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstFcBrdcstSupport,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultIpTOV,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultLTInterval,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstDescr,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstNumActiveSessions,
       ifcpLclGtwyInstStorageType
              }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "iFCP local device info group.  This group provides
    information about each gateway."
       ::= {ifcpGroups 1}

   ifcpLclGatewaySessionGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
       ifcpSessionLclPrtlIfIndex,
       ifcpSessionLclPrtlAddrType,
       ifcpSessionLclPrtlAddr,
       ifcpSessionLclPrtlTcpPort,
       ifcpSessionLclNpWwun,
       ifcpSessionLclNpFcid,
       ifcpSessionRmtNpWwun,
       ifcpSessionRmtPrtlIfAddrType,
       ifcpSessionRmtPrtlIfAddr,
       ifcpSessionRmtPrtlTcpPort,
       ifcpSessionRmtNpFcid,
       ifcpSessionRmtNpFcidAlias,
       ifcpSessionIpTOV,
       ifcpSessionLclLTIntvl,
       ifcpSessionRmtLTIntvl,
       ifcpSessionBound,

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       ifcpSessionStorageType
              }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "iFCP Session group.  This group provides information
    about each iFCP session currently active between iFCP
    gateways."
       ::= {ifcpGroups 4}

   ifcpLclGatewaySessionStatsGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
       ifcpSessionState,
       ifcpSessionDuration,
       ifcpSessionTxOctets,
       ifcpSessionRxOctets,
       ifcpSessionTxFrames,
       ifcpSessionRxFrames,
       ifcpSessionStaleFrames,
       ifcpSessionHeaderCRCErrors,
       ifcpSessionFcPayloadCRCErrors,
       ifcpSessionOtherErrors,
       ifcpSessionDiscontinuityTime
              }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "iFCP Session Statistics group.  This group provides
    statistics with 64 bit counters for each iFCP session
    currently active between iFCP gateways.  This group
    is only required for agents that can support Counter64
    based data types."
       ::= {ifcpGroups 5}

   ifcpLclGatewaySessionLcStatsGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
       ifcpSessionLcTxOctets,
       ifcpSessionLcRxOctets,
       ifcpSessionLcTxFrames,
       ifcpSessionLcRxFrames,
       ifcpSessionLcStaleFrames,
       ifcpSessionLcHeaderCRCErrors,
       ifcpSessionLcFcPayloadCRCErrors,
       ifcpSessionLcOtherErrors
              }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "iFCP Session Low Capacity Statistics group.  This group
    provides statistics with low capacity 32 bit counters
    for each iFCP session currently active between iFCP
    gateways.  This group is only required for agents which
    do not support Counter64 based data types, or need to
    support SNMPv1 applications."
       ::= {ifcpGroups 6}

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   END

5.  IANA Considerations

   IANA is requested to make a unique MIB OID assignment under the
   transmission branch.

6.  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.

   Changing the following object values, with a MAX-ACCESS of read-
   write, may cause disruption in storage traffic:
        ifcpLclGtwyInstAddrTransMode
        ifcpLclGtwyInstFcBrdcstSupport
        ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultIpTOV
        ifcpLclGtwyInstDefaultLTInterval
        ifcpSessionIpTOV

   Changing the following object value, with a MAX-ACCESS of read-
   write, may cause a user to lose track of the iFCP gateway:
        ifcpLclGtwyInstDescr

   Some of the readable objects in this MIB module (i.e., objects with
   a MAX-ACCESS other than not-accessible) may be considered sensitive
   or vulnerable in some network environments.  It is thus important to
   control even GET and/or NOTIFY access to these objects and possibly
   to even encrypt the values of these objects when sending them over
   the network via SNMP.

   The following object tables provide information about storage
   traffic sessions, and can indicate to a user who is communicating
   and exchanging storage data:
        ifcpLclGtwyInstTable
        ifcpSessionAttributesTable

   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 SNMPv3 cryptographic mechanisms (for
   authentication and privacy).

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   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.

7.  Normative References

   [IFCP001]  Charles Monia, Rod Mullendore, Franco Travostino,
              Wayland Jeong, Mark Edwards, "iFCP - A Protocol for
              Internet Fibre Channel Storage Networking", <draft-ietf-
              ips-ifcp-14.txt>, Expires May 2003

   [FCMGT01]  McCloghrie, K., "Fibre Channel Management MIB",
              <draft-ietf-ips-fcmgmt-mib-06.txt>, Expires June 2005.

   [ENTMBV3]  Bierman, A., and McCloghrie, K., "Entity MIB (Version
              3)", <draft-ietf-entmib-v3-07.txt>, Expires July 2005.

   [RFC3291]  M. Daniele, B. Haberman, S. Routhier, J. Schoenwaelder
              "Textual Conventions for Internet Network Addresses",
              RFC 3291, May 2002.

   [RFC2021]  S. Waldbusser, "Remote Network Monitoring Management
              Information Base", RFC 2021, January 1997.

   [RFC2856]  A. Bierman, K. McCloghrie, "Textual Conventions for
              Additional High Capacity Data Types", RFC 2021, June
              2000.

   [RFC2863]  K. McCloghrie, and F. Kastenholz, "The Interfaces Group
              MIB", RFC 2863, June 2000.

   [RFC2571]  D. Harrington, R. Presuhn, and B. Wijnen, "An
              Architecture for Describing SNMP Management Frameworks",
              RFC 2571, April 1999.

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

   [RFC2579]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D., Schoenwaelder, J., Case,
              J., Rose, M., and S. Waldbusser, "Textual Conventions
              for SMIv2", STD 58, RFC 2579, April 1999.

   [RFC2580]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D., Schoenwaelder, J., Case,
              J., Rose, M., and S. Waldbusser, "Conformance
              Statements for SMIv2", STD 58, RFC 2580, April 1999.

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8.  Informative References

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

   [FC-FS]    Fibre Channel Framing and Signaling Interface,
              ANSI/INCITS 373:2003.

   [FC-GS]    Fibre Channel - Generic Services, NCITS 348-2000.

9.  Authors' Addresses

          Kevin Gibbons
          E-mail: kevin.gibbons@mcdata.com,
          Charles Monia
          E-mail: cmonia@pacbell.net
          Josh Tseng
          E-mail: joshtseng@yahoo.com,
          Postal: McDATA Corporation
          4555 Great America Pkwy
          Santa Clara, CA 95054-1208
          USA

          Tel: (408) 567-5765
          Fax: (408) 567-0063

          Franco Travostino
          Nortel Networks
          3 Federal Street
          Billerica, MA  01821
          USA

          Tel: (978) 288-7708

          E-mail: travos@nortelnetworks.com

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