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   IPS                                                    Kevin Gibbons
   Internet Draft                                            Josh Tseng
   <draft-ietf-ips-isns-mib-07.txt>                  McDATA Corporation
   Category: standards-track
   Expires: January 2006                                  Tom McSweeney
                                                                    IBM


                                                          July 15, 2005



                  Definitions of Managed Objects for iSNS
                      (Internet Storage Name Service)

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Copyright Notice

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

Abstract

   The iSNS protocol provides storage name service functionality on an
   IP network that is being used for iSCSI or iFCP storage. This draft
   provides a mechanism to monitor and control multiple iSNS Client and
   Servers, including information about registered objects in an iSNS
   Server.


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   This memo is a product of the IP Storage (IPS) working group within
   the Internet Engineering Task Force.  Comments are solicited and
   should be addressed to the working group's mailing list at
   ips@ece.cmu.edu and/or the authors.

















































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Table of Contents

   Status of this Memo................................................1
   Copyright Notice...................................................1
   Abstract...........................................................1
   Table of Contents..................................................3
   1.  The Internet-Standard Management Framework.....................4
   2.  Introduction...................................................4
   3.  Technical Description..........................................4
   3.1  iSNS Registered Objects.......................................4
   3.2  iSNS MIB Structure............................................5
   3.3  iSNS Server Info..............................................6
   3.3.1 Control Node Information.....................................6
   3.3.2  Discovery Domain Set (DDS)..................................6
   3.3.3  Discovery Domain (DD).......................................6
   3.3.4  Registered Storage Objects..................................6
   3.3.4.1  Registered Entities.......................................7
   3.3.4.2  Registered Portals........................................7
   3.3.4.3  Registered Portal Groups..................................7
   3.3.4.4  Registered iSCSI Nodes....................................7
   3.3.4.5  Registered FC Ports.......................................7
   3.3.4.6  Registered FC Nodes.......................................7
   3.4  iSNS Client Info..............................................7
   3.5  Multiple Client and Server Instances..........................8
   3.5.1  Multiple iSNS Client Instances..............................8
   3.5.2  Multiple iSNS Server Instances..............................8
   3.6  iSNS Notifications............................................8
   4.  Draft History..................................................8
   5.  MIB Definition................................................10
   6. IANA Considerations............................................82
   7.  Security Considerations.......................................82
   8.  Normative References..........................................82
   9.  Informative References........................................83
   10.  Authors' Addresses...........................................83
   11.  Intellectual Property Statement..............................84
   12.  Disclaimer of Validity.......................................84
   13.  Copyright Statement..........................................84
   14.  Acknowledgment...............................................84











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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 iSNS protocol can be used by IP based storage devices for
   dynamic registration and discovery of storage devices in the network
   [iSNS].  It has the capability to group devices into storage
   Discovery Domains.  The iSNS MIB is designed to allow SNMP to be
   used to monitor and manage iSNS servers and Clients to provide iSNS
   capabilities.

3.  Technical Description

3.1  iSNS Registered Objects

   The following entity relationship figure indicates the objects that
   can be registered in the iSNS, and their relationship to each other.

                    +--------------+    +-----------+
                    |    NETWORK   |1  *|           |
                    |    ENTITY    |----|  PORTAL   |
                    |              |    |           |
                    +--------------+    +-----------+
                            |1            |1  |*
                            |             |   |
                            |             |*  |
                            |   +----------+  |
                            |   |  PORTAL  |  |
                            |   |  GROUP   |  |
                            |   +----------+  |
                            |    |*           |
                            |    |            |
                            |*   |1           |*
   +-----------+    +--------------+    +-----------+    +-----------+
   |    FC     |1  *|   STORAGE    |*  *| DISCOVERY |*  *| DISCOVERY |
   |  DEVICE   |----|    NODE      |----|  DOMAIN   |----|  DOMAIN   |
   |           |    |              |    |           |    |    SET    |
   +-----------+    +--------------+    +-----------+    +-----------+

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                * represents 0 to many possible relationships

3.2  iSNS MIB Structure

   The MIB is divided into sections for iSNS server information, iSNS
   server registered objects information, iSNS client information, and
   iSNS notifications.

   +--------------+    +--------------+
   | MANAGED iSNS |1  *| CONTROL NODE |
   |    SERVER    |----|    INFO      |
   |     INFO     |    +--------------+
   +--------------+
          |1    |1
          |     |      +--------------+
          |     |     *|  DDS AND DD  |
          |     +------|     INFO     |
          |            |              |
          |            +--------------+
          |
          |            +-------------+
          |           *| REGISTERED  |
          +------------|  ENTITIES   |
                       |    INFO     |
                       +-------------+

   +--------------+    +-------------+
   | MANAGED iSNS |1  *| CONFIGURED  |
   |    CLIENT(S) |----|  SERVERS    |
   |     INFO     |    | FOR CLIENT  |
   +--------------+    +-------------+
          |1    |1
          |     |      +-------------+
          |     |     *| DISCOVERED  |
          |     +------|  SERVERS    |
          |            | BY CLIENT   |
          |            +-------------+
          |
          |            +-------------+
          |           *| REGISTERED  |
          +------------|  ENTITIES   |
                       | FROM CLIENT |
                       +-------------+

   +-----------------+
   |     iSNS        |
   |  NOTIFICATION   |
   |     INFO        |
   +-----------------+



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   The sections that are required to implement for an iSNS Server and
   iSNS Client are listed in the MIB compliance section.

3.3  iSNS Server Info

   The isnsSrvrInfo section provides the ability to monitor and manage
   multiple iSNS Server instances.   The isnsSrvrInstTable table
   provides information on each server instance.  This table is indexed
   by the variable isnsSrvrInstIndex.  The table shows the current
   settings for each iSNS server being managed.  The network address,
   TCP and UDP ports being used by a server for iSNSP registrations and
   queries can be modified.

   The count of objects registered in each iSNS server instance is
   shown in the table isnsNumObjTable.  The provides a summary of the
   number DDs, DDSs, Entities, Portals, Portal Groups, iSCSI Nodes, and
   iFCP FC Nodes and Ports.

3.3.1  Control Node Information

   As defined in the iSNS specification, control nodes are objects that
   have been registered with the server and are allowed to manage the
   iSNS server.  These control nodes are identified by their iSCSI Node
   Name or FC Port Name.  This section of the MIB provides the ability
   to view and update the currently registered set of control nodes.

3.3.2  Discovery Domain Set (DDS)

   The isnsDdsInfo section provides information on the registered
   Discovery Domain Sets, and their DDS members, for a specific iSNS
   Server instance.  DDSs provide a method to group registered
   Discovery Domains.  As described in the iSNS Specification [iSNS], a
   DDS can be enabled or disabled.  Discovery Domains that are
   contained in an enabled DDS are enforced by an iSNS Server.  If the
   server has enabled SNMP control, this section allows DDSs to be
   created, modified, and deleted.

3.3.3  Discovery Domain (DD)

   The isnsDdInfo section provides information on the registered
   Discovery Domains, and their DD members, for a specific iSNS Server
   instance.  Discovery Domains are collections of storage nodes and
   portals that are allowed to discover one another.  DD members can be
   iSCSI nodes, Entity Portals, or iFCP nodes. If the server has
   enabled SNMP control, this section allows DDs to be created,
   modified, and deleted.

3.3.4  Registered Storage Objects

   The isnsReg section provides information on the registered storage
   objects for a specific iSNS Server instance.  This section is


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   divided into subsections for Entities, Portals, iSCSI Nodes, as well
   as iFCP Port and Node information.

3.3.4.1  Registered Entities

   The isnsRegEntityInfo section provides information on the registered
   entities.  Entities are collections of storage nodes and portals.

3.3.4.2  Registered Portals

   The isnsRegPortalInfo section provides information on the registered
   portals for a specific iSNS Server instance.  Portals are logical
   IP-Address, TCP/UDP Port pairs that provide access to storage nodes
   contained in the associated Entity.

3.3.4.3  Registered Portal Groups

   The isnsRegPortalGroupInfo section provides information on the
   registered portal groups for a specific iSNS Server instance.  As
   described in iSCSI [iSCSI], Portal Groups provide a mapping between
   Portals and iSCSI Storage Nodes contained in an Entity.

3.3.4.4  Registered iSCSI Nodes

   The isnsRegIsciNodeInfo section provides information on the
   registered iSCSI Nodes for a specific iSNS Server instance. The
   iSCSI nodes are individual storage targets or initiators.

3.3.4.5  Registered FC Ports

   The isnsRegFcPortInfo section provides information on the registered
   FC Ports for a specific iSNS Server instance. The FC Ports are ports
   associated with an iFCP gateway.

3.3.4.6  Registered FC Nodes

   The isnsRegFcNodeInfo section provides information on the registered
   FC Nodes for a specific iSNS Server instance. The FC nodes are
   individual storage devices associated with an iFCP gateway.

3.4  iSNS Client Info

   The isnsClntInfo section provides information about each managed
   iSNS client instance.  The isnsClntInstTable table contains
   information about each managed iSNS Client.  The network address,
   TCP and UDP port used for iSNSP can be modified.  The type of method
   being used for iSNS server discovery, supporting the methods
   described in the iSNS specification, is indicated for each client
   instance being managed.  The specified options are DHCP, SLP,
   multicast iSNS heartbeat, broadcast iSNS heartbeat, configured list
   of iSNS servers, and other.  If used, the multicast group is


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   specified in the isnsClntInstDiscMcGrp variable of the
   isnsClntInstTable table.

   If a client instance uses the discovery option "configured server
   list", then the list of configured servers the client may use are in
   the table isnsClntCfgSrvrTable.  This is the user specified list of
   iSNS servers, specified for each iSNS client instance, that the
   client may establish a connection with.

   When a client discovers an iSNS server, it is listed in the table
   isnsClntDscvrdSrvrTable.  This is the list of iSNS servers, for each
   iSNS client instance, that have been discovered.  The method used to
   discover the server is indicated in isnsClntDscvrdSrvrDiscMthd.

   The table isnsClntRegEntityTable indicates the Entities, for each
   iSNS Client, that have been registered in discovered servers.

3.5  Multiple Client and Server Instances

   The management of multiple instances of iSNS clients and servers by
   the agent is supported.

3.5.1  Multiple iSNS Client Instances

   A single SNMP management agent may manage multiple iSNS client
   instances.  As described in Section 3.4, each managed iSNS client
   instance has an entry in the table isnsClntInstTable.

3.5.2  Multiple iSNS Server Instances

   A single SNMP management agent may manage multiple iSNS server
   instances.  As described in Section 3.3, each managed iSNS server
   instance has an entry in the table isnsSrvrInstTable.

3.6  iSNS Notifications

   The isnsNotification section provides SNMP notifications for both
   iSNS Client and iSNS Server state changes.

4.  Draft History

   This section describes the changes to the MIB that have occurred
   during the standards process, and will be removed prior to
   completion.

         -- Revision History
         REVISION "200507150000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.11 (7/15/05) changes:
               Removed Inet Address from isnsClntInstTable
               Added Inet Address to isnsClntRegEntityTable

         REVISION "200406210000Z"

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         DESCRIPTION " v1.10 (5/23/04) changes:
               Updated descriptions to use proper SNMP context
                 wording
               Clarified wording for multiple client and server
                 instance
                     "
         REVISION "200307220000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.9 (7/22/03) changes:
               Added Portal Group objects for iSCSI and iSNS drft
                 20
               Added support for multiple server and client
                 instances
               Updated reference versions
                     "
         REVISION "200301100000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.8 (1/10/03) changes:
               added PPN attribute for support of iSNS draft 16
               Updated reference versions
                     "
         REVISION "200212100000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.7 (12/10/02) changes:
               Changed unicastCfg name to addrCfg
               Corrected typographical errors
               Updated reference versions
                     "
         REVISION "200210010000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.6 (10/01/02) changes:
               Added support for portals that are explicitly
                  added to a discovery domain.
               Made all revision dates snmp compliant.
                     "
         REVISION "200205150000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.5 (05/15/02) changes:
               Modified based on feedback from Keith McCloghrie
                  and others.
               Aligned design and included new FC Mgt MIB.
               Added support for attributes in iSNS Spec v10.
               Added REFERENCES and clarified object value
                  ranges.
               Added Notification/Traps to the MIB.
               Used BITS construct for all bitmaps.
               Modifed FC Port table - was iFCP Node table
               Moved Id Next variables above table it is used
                  for.
               Removed vendor specific options for iSNS control.
                     "
         REVISION "200111200000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.4 (11/15/01) changes:
               Modified structures based on feedback from Keith
               McCloghrie and others in the IPS working group.
               We would like to thank Keith McCloghrie for his
               extensive feedback.

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                     "
         REVISION "200110100000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.3 (10/10/01) changes:
               added attributes to be consistent with the latest
               iSNS Specification.
                     "
         REVISION "200108140000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.2 (8/14/01) changes:
               corrected format issues detected by SMICNG.
                     "
         REVISION "200108100000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.1 (8/10/01) changes:
               removed unused isnsObjInfo branch.
               removed table indexes that are available in other
                 tables.
               moved DD Member Status to the control branch.
               reversed the order of the Portal indexes.
               placed range limitations on EidId and
                 IscsiNameId.
               updated variable descriptions.
               removed table entries that were redundant with
                 table indexes.
                     "
         REVISION "200107100000Z"
         DESCRIPTION " v1.0 (7/10/01) The initial revision of
                this module."

5.  MIB Definition

ISNS-MGMT-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

--
-- Copyright (C) The Internet Society 2005.  The initial
-- version of this MIB module was published in RFC XXXX; for
-- full legal notices see the RFC itself.  Supplementary
-- information may be available on
-- http://www.ietf.org/copyrights/ianamib.html.
--

IMPORTS
    Unsigned32,
    Integer32,
    MODULE-IDENTITY,
    OBJECT-TYPE,
    NOTIFICATION-TYPE,
    TimeTicks,
-- some compilers want BITS imported
--    BITS,
    experimental
         FROM SNMPv2-SMI

    OBJECT-GROUP,
    NOTIFICATION-GROUP,
    MODULE-COMPLIANCE

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         FROM SNMPv2-CONF

    TEXTUAL-CONVENTION,
    DateAndTime,
    TruthValue,
    RowStatus
         FROM SNMPv2-TC

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

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

--  From IETF Fibre Channel Management MIB, RFC 4044
    FcNameIdOrZero,
    FcAddressIdOrZero
         FROM FC-MGMT-MIB
      ;

isnsMgmtMIB  MODULE-IDENTITY
      LAST-UPDATED "200507150000Z"
      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

              Josh Tseng
              McDATA Corporation
              4555 Great America Pkwy
              Santa Clara, CA 95054-1208
              USA
              Tel: +1 408 519-3700
              Fax: +1 408 519-3705
              Email: joshtseng@yahoo.com

              Tom McSweeney
              IBM Corporation
              600 Park Offices Drive
              Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
              USA
              Tel: +1 919 855-5169
              Email: tommcs@us.ibm.com
                    "
      DESCRIPTION "The MIB for internet Storage Name Service
                   (iSNS) Management."

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      -- Revision History
      REVISION "200507150000Z"
      DESCRIPTION "v1.0 (7/15/05) The initial revision of
             this module."
        -- no IETF branch yet assigned
              ::=  { experimental 4370 }

DiscoveryDomainSetId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The unique Discovery Domain Set Identifier associated with a
 Discovery Domain Set (DDS)."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

IsnsDdsStatusId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The bitmap indicating the status of a Discovery Domain
 Set (DDS) registered in the iSNS.
              Bit           Status
           ---------       ---------
               0            enabled

 If bit(0) is set to true then the DDS is Enabled.  Otherwise
 the DDS is disabled."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         BITS {
                      enabled(0)
                        }

DiscoveryDomainId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The unique Discovery Domain Identifier (DD_ID) associated
 with each Discovery Domain (DD).  This can be used to
 uniquely index and reference a DD.  New storage nodes
 are automatically added to the default DD if
 isnsSrvrInstDfltDdDdsStatus is set to inDefaultDdAndDds."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

DdFeatureBitmapId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The bitmap indicating the types of features
 each Discovery Domain (DD) has.
              Bit           Status
           ---------       ---------
               0            Boot List

 Boot List: this feature indicates that the targets

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 in this DD provide boot capabilities for the member
 initiators.  Setting the bit to true (1) indicates
 the feature is enabled.  Otherwise it is disabled."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         BITS {
                      bootlist(0)
                        }

DdDdsModificationBitmap ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The methods that can be used to modify the Discovery
 Domain and Discovery Domain Sets in the iSNS Server
 instance.
     Bit Field            Flag Description
     ---------   ------------------------------------
         0       SNMP protocol is allowed to modify DD's/DDS's
         1       Control Nodes are allowed
         2       Target iSCSI Nodes are allowed
         3       Initiator iSCSI Nodes are allowed
         4       Target iFCP Ports are allowed
         5       Initiator iFCP Ports are allowed

 Setting a bit to true (1) indicates the feature is
 enabled.  Otherwise it is disabled."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 3"
    SYNTAX         BITS {
                      snmpEnabled(0),
                      controlNode(1),
                      targetIscsiNode(2),
                      initiatorIscsiNode(3),
                      targetIfcpNode(4),
                      initiatorIfcpNode(5)
                        }

EntityIndexId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"This textual convention is used as an identifier for
 the unique integer Entity Index associated with a storage
 entity that is registered in an iSNS Server.  The index
 is unique within an iSNS Server instance."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

EntityProtocolId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of protocol that is supported by this entity.

           Type Value       Entity Type
           ----------       -----------
              1             No Protocol
              2             iSCSI

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              3             iFCP
            All Others      As in the iSNS Specification
"
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         INTEGER { noProtocol(1),
                             iSCSI(2),
                             iFCP(3) }

PortalGroupIndexId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The identifier for the unique integer Portal Group Index
 associated with a iSNS registered Portal Group object."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

PortalIndexId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The identifier for the unique integer Portal Index
 associated with a storage portal."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

PortalPortId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The UDP or TCP port number being used by a Portal for an
 Entity."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX             Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )

PortalPortTypeId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The UDP or TCP port type being used by a Portal for an
 Entity."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         INTEGER { udp(1), tcp(2) }

PortalGroupTagIdOrZero ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Portal Group Tag (PGT) TC for iSCSI Portal Group
 objects registered in the iSNS.  The value of zero
 indicates a NULL value, or no association, between the
 associated Portal and iSCSI Node."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )

PortalSecurityBitmapId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

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    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates security attribute settings for the Portal as
 registered in the Portal Security Bitmap attribute.  The
 valid bit must be set in order for this attribute to contain
 valid information.  The definition of the bitmap is based on
 the iSNS Specification [iSNS].  The representation of each
 bit setting (0 or 1) is indicated below.

     Bit Field            Flag Description
     ---------   ------------------------------------
        0        1 = Tunnel Mode Preferred; 0 = No Preference
        1        1 = Transport Mode Preferred; 0 = No Preference
        2        1 = PFS Enabled; 0 = PFS Disabled
        3        1 = Aggressive Mode Enabled; 0 = Disabled
        4        1 = Main Mode Enabled; 0 = MM Disabled
        5        1 = IKE/IPSec Enabled; 0 = IKE/IPSec Disabled
        6        1 = Bitmap VALID; 0 = INVALID

"
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX        BITS {
                      tunnelModePreferred(0),
                      transportModePreferred(1),
                      pfsEnabled(2),
                      agressiveModeEnabled(3),
                      mainModeEnabled(4),
                      ikeIpsecEnabled(5),
                      bitmapVALID(6)
                       }

NodeIndexId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The identifier for the unique integer Node Index associated
 with a storage node."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

NodeIndexIdOrZero ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The identifier for the unique integer Node Index associated
 with a storage node, or the value zero. The additional value
 of zero is specific to each managed object, and must be
 defined as part of the description of any managed object
 which uses this syntax"
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )

NodeTypeId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION

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"The Node Type bit-map defines the functions of this node.
 The definitiions of each setting are defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS].
              Bit          Node Type
           ---------       ---------
              0            Control
              1            Initiator
              2            Target
"
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         BITS {
                      control(0),
                      initiator(1),
                      target(2)
                        }

CosBitmapId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"This bit-map indicates the Fibre Channel Class of Service
 types that are supported by the registered port.

     Bit Field          Flag Description
     ---------          ----------------
        0             Fibre Channel Class 3 Supported
        1             Fibre Channel Class 2 Supported

 Setting a bit to true (1) indicates the class of service is
 supported."
    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         BITS {
                      class3(0),
                      class2(1)
                        }

ScnBitmapId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"The State Change Notification (SCN) bitmap for a node as
 defined in the iSNS Specification [iSNS].  A set bit (1)
 indicates the type of SCN for the bitmap as follows:

     Bit Field          Flag Description
     ---------          ----------------
        0               INITIATOR AND SELF INFORMATION ONLY
        1               TARGET AND SELF INFORMATION ONLY
        2               MANAGEMENT REGISTRATION/SCN
        3               REGISTERED OBJECT REMOVED
        4               REGISTERED OBJECT ADDED
        5               REGISTERED OBJECT UPDATED
        6               DD/DDS MEMBER REMOVED (MGT REG/SCN
                          ONLY)
        7               DD/DDS MEMBER ADDED (MGT REG/SCN
                          ONLY)
"

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    REFERENCE      "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    SYNTAX         BITS {
                      initiatorAndSelfOnly(0),
                      targetAndSelfOnly(1),
                      managementRegistrationScn(2),
                      registeredObjectRemoved(3),
                      registeredObjectAdded(4),
                      registeredObjectUpdated(5),
                      ddOrDdsMemberRemoved(6),
                      ddOrDdsMemberAdded(7)
                        }

SrvrDscvryMthdId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS         current
    DESCRIPTION
"This bitamp is used to indicate the iSNS Server discovery
 methods that are supported and enabled on an iSNS Server.
 The options are DHCP, SLP, multicast group iSNS heartbeat,
 broadcast group iSNS heartbeat, configured server list, and
 other.  The iSNS Server may also support additional discovery
 methods not indicated.  The bitmap also is used to indicate
 the type of discovery being used by an iSNS Client instance.
 If being used, the configured server list for a specific iSNS
 client is specified in isnsClntCfgSrvrTable table.  If used,
 the multicast group is specified in isnsClntInstDiscMcGrp."
    SYNTAX         BITS {
                 dhcp(0),
                 slp(1),
                 multicastGroupHb(2),
                 broadcastHb(3),
                 cfgdServerList(4),
                 other(5)
                            }

--
-- Internet Storage Name Service Management
--

isnsObj                     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
                                { isnsMgmtMIB 1 }
isnsConformance             OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
                                { isnsMgmtMIB 2 }

--
-- iSNS Server instance managed objects --------------------
--

isnsSrvrInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsObj 1 }

isnsSrvrInstTable           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsSrvrInstEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This table provides a list of the iSNS Server instances

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 that are managed through the same SNMP context."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInfo 1 }

isnsSrvrInstEntry           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsSrvrInstEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This is a row in the iSNS Server instance table.  The number
 of rows is dependent on the number of iSNS Server instances
 that are being managed through same SNMP context."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex }
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstTable 1 }

IsnsSrvrInstEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsSrvrInstIndex              Unsigned32,
       isnsSrvrInstName               SnmpAdminString,
       isnsSrvrInstIsnsVersion        Integer32,
       isnsSrvrInstDescription        SnmpAdminString,
       isnsSrvrInstAddressType        InetAddressType,
       isnsSrvrInstAddress            InetAddress,
       isnsSrvrInstTcpPort            Integer32,
       isnsSrvrInstUdpPort            Integer32,
       isnsSrvrInstUptime             TimeTicks,
       isnsSrvrInstRole               INTEGER,
       isnsSrvrInstDiscMthdsEnbld     SrvrDscvryMthdId,
       isnsSrvrInstDiscMcGrpType      InetAddressType,
       isnsSrvrInstDiscMcGrp          InetAddress,
       isnsSrvrInstEsiNonRespThrshld  Integer32,
       isnsSrvrInstCntrlNodeAuth      INTEGER,
       isnsSrvrInstEnblCntrlNdeMgtScn TruthValue,
       isnsSrvrInstDfltDdDdsStatus    INTEGER,
       isnsSrvrInstUpdateDdDdsSpprtd  DdDdsModificationBitmap,
       isnsSrvrInstUpdateDdDdsEnbld   DdDdsModificationBitmap
             }

isnsSrvrInstIndex           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object uniquely identifies the iSNS Server being
 managed by the SNMP context, and is the key for this table.
 This is an instance index for each iSNS Server being managed.
 The value of this managed object is used elsewhere in the MIB
 to reference specific iSNS Servers."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 1 }

isnsSrvrInstName            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A name that can be assigned to the iSNS Server instance.

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 If not configured, the value is an empty string."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 2 }

isnsSrvrInstIsnsVersion     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSNS version value as contained in messages received
 from the current primary server.  The header of each iSNSP
 message contains the iSNS version of the sender.  If
 unknown the reported value is 0."
    REFERENCE               "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt"
    DEFVAL                  { 1 }
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 3 }

isnsSrvrInstDescription     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This provides a description and detail information
 about this server.  If this server instance is utilizing
 the product of a particular 'vendor' or 'open source', then
 this managed object contains that vendor's name and version,
 or open source name and version.  Otherwise, it contains
 the empty string.  The format of the string
 is as follows: 'Vendor/Open Source Name, Vendor/Open Source
 Version, Vendor/Open Source Defined Information'.

       Field            Description
     ---------        ----------------
    Vendor/OS Name    The name of the vendor or open
                      source (if one exists)
    Vendor/OS Version The version of the vendor or
                      open source product
    Vendor/OS Defined This follows the second comma in the
                      string, if one exists, and is vendor
                      or open source developer defined
"
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 4 }

isnsSrvrInstAddressType     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsSrvrInstAddress. If not
 set, then the value is unknown(0)."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 5 }

isnsSrvrInstAddress         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current

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    DESCRIPTION
"The address that this iSNS server instance is receiving
 iSNSP registrations and queries on.  If currently not
 configured, then the value is an empty string."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 6 }

isnsSrvrInstTcpPort         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the TCP port this iSNS instance is accepting
 iSNSP messages on, generally the iSNS well known port.
 The well known TCP port for iSNSP is 3205.  If TCP is
 not supported by this server instance, then the value
 is 0."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 7 }

isnsSrvrInstUdpPort         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the UDP port this iSNS instance is accepting
 iSNSP messages on, generally the iSNS well known port.
 The well known UDP port for iSNSP is 3205.  If UDP is
 not supported by this server instance, then the value
 is 0."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 8 }

isnsSrvrInstUptime          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  TimeTicks
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The time that this iSNS Server instance has been active.  In
 otherwords, the time since last reinitialization."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 9 }

isnsSrvrInstRole            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  INTEGER { notSet(0),
                                      server(1),
                                      serverNotPrimary(2) }
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the current operational role of this iSNS Server
 instance.  If an iSNS implementation has the ability to have
 a server instance take on different roles, then this managed
 object indicates the current role.
       Value             Description
     ---------         ----------------
      notSet           The iSNS Server role is not configured.
      server           The iSNS Server instance is operating
                       as a primary iSNS Server.

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      serverNotPrimary The iSNS Server instance can be a
                       primary iSNS Server, but is not
                       currently acting as a primary."
    DEFVAL                  { server }
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 10 }

isnsSrvrInstDiscMthdsEnbld  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SrvrDscvryMthdId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the discovery methods currently supported and
 enabled on this iSNS Server instance.  This bitmap can be
 used by a client to determine what discovery methods should
 be used for this iSNS Server.  Additional methods of
 discovery may also be supported."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 11 }

isnsSrvrInstDiscMcGrpType   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsSrvrInstDiscMcGrp. If not
 set, then the value is unknown(0)."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 12 }

isnsSrvrInstDiscMcGrp       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The multicast group that iSNS Heartbeat messages are
 sent to if multicast based discovery has been enabled
 for this server instance.  If not configured, then
 the value is an empty string."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 13 }

isnsSrvrInstEsiNonRespThrshld OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"ESI Non-Response Threshold - determines the number of ESI
 messages that will be sent without receiving a response
 before an entity is deregistered from the iSNS database.
 If set to 0 then Entities will never be deregistered due to
 non-receipt of ESI messages."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 3.4"
    DEFVAL                  { 3 }
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 14 }

isnsSrvrInstCntrlNodeAuth   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  INTEGER { anyNode(1),
                                      viewNodes(2),

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                                      modifyNodes(3),
                                      noSnmpAccess(4) }
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Control Nodes can be configured to receive management SCNs
 indicating network updates, including information on
 modification to DDs and DDSs.  This managed object indicates
 if SNMP has access to control node information and, if it
 does, which type of storage nodes can register with the
 server instance as a control node.  Possible values for this
 managed object are:
       Value              Description
     ---------          ----------------
     anyNode      Any storage node MAY register as a control
                  node
     viewNodes    Specified nodes MAY register as control
                  nodes, SNMP view only
     modifyNodes  Specified nodes MAY register as control
                  nodes, SNMP CAN modify list of nodes
     noSnmpAccess Control node information is not accessible
                  via SNMP
 If only specified nodes are allowed to register as control
 nodes, and SNMP is allowed to modify the list of control
 nodes, then they SHALL be listed in the
 isnsCntlNodeIscsiTable and isnsCntlNodeFcPortTable.
 If SNMP is not allowed to view or modify the list of control
 nodes, then this managed object SHALL be set to
 noSnmpAccess."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 3.4"
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 15 }

isnsSrvrInstEnblCntrlNdeMgtScn OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Enable Management SCN for Control Node - enable the option
 for a control node to register for and receive Management
 SCNs sent by this server."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 3.4"
    DEFVAL                  { true }
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 16 }

isnsSrvrInstDfltDdDdsStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  INTEGER { inNoDomain(1),
                                      inDefaultDdAndDds(2) }
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Default DD/DDS Status - This indicates the Discovery Domain
 (DD) and Discovery Domain Set (DDS) membership status for a
 new device when registerd in the iSNS Server instance.
 Either the new device will not be in a DD/DDS, or will be
 placed into a default DD and default DDS.  The default

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 setting is inNoDomain."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 3.4"
    DEFVAL                  { inNoDomain }
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 17 }

isnsSrvrInstUpdateDdDdsSpprtd OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  DdDdsModificationBitmap
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The methods that this iSNS Server instance supports
 to modify Discovery Domains and Discovery Domain Sets.
     Bit Field            Flag Description
     ---------   ------------------------------------
         0       SNMP protocol is allowed to modify
                 DD's/DDS's
         1       Control Nodes are allowed
         2       Target iSCSI Nodes are allowed
         3       Initiator iSCSI Nodes are allowed
         4       Target iFCP Ports are allowed
         5       Initiator iFCP Ports are allowed

 If a bit is true (1) then the flag is enabled.  If no
 method to change a DD is supported, then the bitmap
 is set to 0.  Two methods generally supported are SNMP
 and Control Nodes."
    REFERENCE  "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 3.4"
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 18 }

isnsSrvrInstUpdateDdDdsEnbld OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  DdDdsModificationBitmap
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This indicates the methods this server instance allows
 for modifying Discovery Domains and Discovery Domain Sets.
     Bit Field            Flag Description
     ---------   ------------------------------------
         0       SNMP protocol is allowed to modify DD's/DDS's
         1       Control Nodes are allowed
         2       Target iSCSI Nodes are allowed
         3       Initiator iSCSI Nodes are allowed
         4       Target iFCP Ports are allowed
         5       Initiator iFCP Ports are allowed

 If a bit is true (1) then the mode is enabled.  If no
 methods to change a DD are enabled, then the bitmap
 is set to 0."
    REFERENCE  "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Sec 2.2.2 and 3.4"
    ::= { isnsSrvrInstEntry 19 }

--
-- Count of objects currently registered in a server instance
--


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isnsNumObjTable             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                              IsnsNumObjEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Table providing the number of registered objects of each
 type in the iSNS Server instance.  This table is optional
 to implement.  The number of entries is dependent upon the
 number of iSNS Server instances being managed."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInfo 2 }

isnsNumObjEntry             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsNumObjEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Entry of an iSNS Server instance."
    AUGMENTS { isnsSrvrInstEntry }
     ::= { isnsNumObjTable 1 }

IsnsNumObjEntry ::= SEQUENCE      {
     isnsNumDds             Unsigned32,
     isnsNumDd              Unsigned32,
     isnsNumEntities        Unsigned32,
     isnsNumPortals         Unsigned32,
     isnsNumPortalGroups    Unsigned32,
     isnsNumIscsiNodes      Unsigned32,
     isnsNumFcPorts         Unsigned32,
     isnsNumFcNodes         Unsigned32
                                   }

isnsNumDds                  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The current total number of Discovery Domain Sets
 in this iSNS instance.  This is the number of rows
 in the isnsSrvrDdsTable."
    ::= { isnsNumObjEntry 1 }

isnsNumDd                   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The current total number of Discovery Domains
 in this iSNS instance.  This is the number of rows in the
 isnsSrvrDdTable."
    ::= { isnsNumObjEntry 2 }

isnsNumEntities             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only

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    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The current number of Entities registered in this
 iSNS Server instance.  This is the number of rows in
 the isnsRegEntityTable for this instance."
    ::= { isnsNumObjEntry 3 }

isnsNumPortals              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The current total number of Portals registered in iSNS.
 This is the number of rows in isnsRegPortalTable."
    ::= { isnsNumObjEntry 4 }

isnsNumPortalGroups         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The current total number of Portal Groups registered in
 iSNS.  This is the number of rows in
 isnsRegPortalGroupTable."
    ::= { isnsNumObjEntry 5 }

isnsNumIscsiNodes           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The current total number of iSCSI node entries registered in
 the iSNS.  This is the number rows in isnsRegIscsiNodeTable."
    ::= { isnsNumObjEntry 6 }

isnsNumFcPorts              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The current total number of FC Port entries registered in the
 iSNS.  This is the number of rows in isnsRegFcPortTable."
    ::= { isnsNumObjEntry 7 }

isnsNumFcNodes              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The current total number of FC node entries registered in the
 iSNS. This is the number of rows in isnsRegFcNodeTable."
    ::= { isnsNumObjEntry 8 }

--
-- Next available registered object index in each iSNS Server

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-- instance
--

isnsNextIdxTable            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                              IsnsNextIdxEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The next available Discovery Domain Set Identifier,
 Discovery Domain Identifier, iSCSI Index, Portal Group Index,
 and Portal Index for the specified iSNS Server instance.
 This is used for registered object creation through SNMP
 for the respective registered object types that support
 this.  Indexes are used for registered objects that have
 unique names that are too long or unwieldy for use as
 an SNMP index.  The number of entries is dependent upon
 the number of iSNS Server instances being managed."
    ::= { isnsSrvrInfo 3 }

isnsNextIdxEntry            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsNextIdxEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Entry of an iSNS Server instance."
    AUGMENTS { isnsSrvrInstEntry }
    ::= { isnsNextIdxTable 1 }

IsnsNextIdxEntry ::= SEQUENCE   {
       isnsNextIdxDds                DiscoveryDomainSetId,
       isnsNextIdxDd                 DiscoveryDomainId,
       isnsNextIdxUnregIscsiNodeInDd NodeIndexIdOrZero,
       isnsNextIdxUnregPortalInDd    PortalIndexId
                                }

isnsNextIdxDds              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  DiscoveryDomainSetId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object returns the next available DDS ID that
 MAY be used for DDS creation for this iSNS Server instance.
 The user should read and use the value of isnsNextIdxDds
 before performing a isnsDdsTable row creation.  The
 isnsNextIdxDds value returned MAY be used as the index
 value when creating a new row in the isnsDdsTable.  Use
 of this managed object reduces the chance for an index
 conflict."
    ::= { isnsNextIdxEntry 1 }

isnsNextIdxDd               OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  DiscoveryDomainId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current

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    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object returns the next available DD ID that
 MAY be used for DD creation for this iSNS Server instance.
 The user should read and use the value of isnsNextIdxDd
 before performing a isnsDdTable row creation.  The
 isnsNextIdxDd value returned MAY be used as the index
 value when creating a new row in the isnsDdTable.  Use
 of this managed object reduces the chance for an index
 conflict."
    ::= { isnsNextIdxEntry 2 }

isnsNextIdxUnregIscsiNodeInDd OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  NodeIndexIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The next available iSCSI node index for adding an
 unregistered iSCSI node to a Discovery Domain or as a
 control node. The iSCSI node index is associated to a
 specific iSCSI node name.  The association is persistent
 across server reinitializations when the iSCSI node is a
 member of a Discovery Domain (DD) or is a control node.
 This managed object is used when an unregistered iSCSI
 node is to be added to a Discovery Domain or as a control
 node prior to it being registered in the server using
 the iSNS protocol.  Registered iSCSI nodes have an entry
 in the isnsRegIscsiNodeTable.  If an iSCSI node is
 already registered in the server or is already a member
 of a Discovery Domain, then it already has an associated
 iSCSI node index.  The associated index MUST be used for
 any additional DD membership or control node
 registrations.  If iSCSI is not supported by this iSNS
 Server instance, and this managed object is implemented,
 then this managed object SHALL return zero."
    ::= { isnsNextIdxEntry 3 }

isnsNextIdxUnregPortalInDd OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                 PortalIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS             read-only
    STATUS                 current
    DESCRIPTION
"The next available portal index for adding an unregistered
 portal to a discovery domain. The portal index used for a
 specific portal is persistent across server reinitializations
 only when the portal is an explicit member of a Discovery
 Domain (DD). This managed object is used when an unregistered
 portal is to be explicitly added to a Discovery Domain prior
 to it being registered in the server using the iSNS protocol.
 Registered portals have an entry in the isnsRegPortalTable.
 If a portal is already registered in the server, or is
 already a member of a Discovery Domain, then it will already
 have a portal index, and the use of this managed object is not
 required.  The same portal index MUST be used for any
 additional DD membership registrations for the same portal."
    ::= { isnsNextIdxEntry 4 }

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--
-- Control node information
--

isnsCntlNodeInfo     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsSrvrInfo 4 }

--
-- Specific iSCSI Nodes authorized to register as Control Nodes
--

isnsCntlNodeIscsiTable      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                              IsnsCntlNodeIscsiEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Specified iSCSI Nodes that can register as control nodes.
 The number of rows is dependent on the number of possible
 iSCSI Control Nodes, and if SNMP is enabled to view control
 node information, as indicated by isnsSrvrInstCntrlNodeAuth.
 This table is accesible and usable to view and/or modify the
 set of control nodes if isnsSrvrInstCntrlNodeAuth is set to
 the viewNodes or modifyNodes value."
    ::= { isnsCntlNodeInfo 1 }

isnsCntlNodeIscsiEntry      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsCntlNodeIscsiEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This is an iSCSI Control Node entry for a specific iSNS
 server instance."
     INDEX          { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
                      isnsCntlNodeIscsiNodeIdx }
     ::= { isnsCntlNodeIscsiTable 1 }

IsnsCntlNodeIscsiEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
     isnsCntlNodeIscsiNodeIdx       NodeIndexId,
     isnsCntlNodeIscsiNodeName      SnmpAdminString,
     isnsCntlNodeIscsiRowStatus     RowStatus
                                    }

isnsCntlNodeIscsiNodeIdx    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  NodeIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSCSI Index for the storage node authorized to act
 as a control node.  This managed object is part of the
 key to this table.  This index provides a 1 to 1 mapping
 to the node name in isnsCntlNodeIscsiNodeName. The
 iSCSI node name is too long to be used for an index
 directly. The iSCSI node index used for a specific
 iSCSI node name MUST be indentical in all DDs and

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 control node registrations.  The mapping is persistent
 across server reinitializations when the iSCSI node is
 a member of a Discovery Domain (DD) or is a control
 node. The managed object isnsNextIdxUnregIscsiNodeInDd
 is used to determine an available index when an
 unregistered iSCSI node is to be registered as a control
 node prior to it being registered in the server using
 the iSNS protocol."
     ::= { isnsCntlNodeIscsiEntry 1 }

isnsCntlNodeIscsiNodeName   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..223))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSCSI Name of the initiator or target associated with
 the storage node.  The iSCSI Name can not be longer then
 223 bytes.  The iSNS Server internal maximum size is 224
 bytes to provide NULL termination.  This is the iSCSI Node
 Name for the storage node authorized to act as a control
 node."
     ::= { isnsCntlNodeIscsiEntry 2 }

isnsCntlNodeIscsiRowStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX                 RowStatus
     MAX-ACCESS             read-create
     STATUS                 current
     DESCRIPTION
"This indicates the status of this entry in the
 table."
     ::= { isnsCntlNodeIscsiEntry 3 }

--
-- Specific FC Ports authorized to register as Control Nodes
--

isnsCntlNodeFcPortTable     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                              IsnsCntlNodeFcPortEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Specified FC Ports that can register as control nodes.  The
 number of rows is dependent on the number of possible FC
 Port Control Nodes, and if SNMP is enabled to view control
 node information, as indicated by isnsSrvrInstCntrlNodeAuth.
 This table is accesible and usable to view and/or modify the
 set of control nodes if isnsSrvrInstCntrlNodeAuth is set to
 the viewNodes or modifyNodes value."
    ::= { isnsCntlNodeInfo 2 }

isnsCntlNodeFcPortEntry     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsCntlNodeFcPortEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current

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    DESCRIPTION
"FC Port control node entry."
     INDEX          { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
                      isnsCntlNodeFcPortName }
     ::= { isnsCntlNodeFcPortTable 1 }

IsnsCntlNodeFcPortEntry ::= SEQUENCE     {
     isnsCntlNodeFcPortName          FcNameIdOrZero,
     isnsCntlNodeFcPortRowStatus     RowStatus
                                         }

isnsCntlNodeFcPortName      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port WWN that can be a control node for the specified
 iSNS Server.  Zero is not a valid value for this managed
 object.  This managed object, combined with the
 isnsSrvrInstIndex, is the key for this table."
     ::= { isnsCntlNodeFcPortEntry 1 }

isnsCntlNodeFcPortRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This indicates the status of this entry in the
 table."
     ::= { isnsCntlNodeFcPortEntry 2 }

--
-- Discovery Domain Set information
--

isnsDdsInfo     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsSrvrInfo 5 }

--
-- Discovery Domain Set Registrations --------------------
--

isnsDdsTable                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsDdsEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing configuration information for each
 Discovery Domain Set (DDS) registered in the iSNS Server
 instance. The number of rows in the table is dependent
 on the number of DDSs registered in the specified iSNS
 server instance.  A DDS can be created in the iSNS Server
 by creating a row in this table.  The index value should
 be determined by using isnsNextIdxDds managed object to
 determine the next available index."
    ::= { isnsDdsInfo 1 }

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isnsDdsEntry                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsDdsEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one Discovery Domain Set (DDS) registered
 in the iSNS Server instance.  The isnsNextIdxDds managed
 object is used to determine an available isnsDdsId that
 should be used for row creation.  During creation of a
 row, if a symbolic name is not provided in
 isnsDdsSymbolicName, then a unique symbolic name will be
 provided by the iSNS Server.  If a DDS is deleted, then
 each entry associating the DDS with a DD in the table
 isnsDdsMemberTable is removed.  The creation and deletion
 of DDS's should be carefully handled so as to not disrupt
 a DDS created by a storage entity through the iSNS
 protocol directly."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex, isnsDdsId}
    ::= { isnsDdsTable 1 }

IsnsDdsEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsDdsId             DiscoveryDomainSetId,
       isnsDdsSymbolicName   SnmpAdminString,
       isnsDdsStatus         IsnsDdsStatusId,
       isnsDdsRowStatus      RowStatus
             }

isnsDdsId                   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  DiscoveryDomainSetId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The ID that refers to this Discovery Domain Set and
 index to the table."
    ::= { isnsDdsEntry 1 }

isnsDdsSymbolicName         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Discovery Domain Set Symbolic Name field contains
 a unique variable-length description (up to 255 bytes)
 that is associated with the DDS.  If a Symbolic Name is
 not provided, then one will be generated by the iSNS
 server."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdsEntry 2 }

isnsDdsStatus               OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsDdsStatusId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current

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    DESCRIPTION
"The bitmap indicating the status of a Discovery Domain
 Set (DDS) registered in the iSNS.
              Bit           Status
           ---------       ---------
               0            enabled

 If bit(0) is set to true then the DDS is Enabled.  If set
 to false then the DDS is disabled."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    DEFVAL                  { { enabled } }
    ::= { isnsDdsEntry 3 }

isnsDdsRowStatus            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object indicates the status of this Discovery
 Domain Set row.  The normal state for a DDS is active."
    ::= { isnsDdsEntry 4 }

--
-- Discovery Domain Set Members --------------------
--

--
-- DDS Membership Assignment
--

isnsDdsMemberTable          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsDdsMemberEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing Discovery Domains (DDs) that have
 been assigned to specific Discovery Domain Sets (DDSs).
 The number of rows in the table is dependent on the
 number of DD to DDS relationships in the iSNS instance."
    ::= { isnsDdsInfo 2 }

isnsDdsMemberEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsDdsMemberEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The mapping of one Discovery Domain (DD) to a Discovery
 Domain Set (DDS).  This indicates the DD is a member of
 the DDS.  To create a row, isnsDdsId contains the
 DDS ID of the DDS, and isnsDdId contains the DD ID
 of the DD which will be a member of the DDS.  If a DDS is
 deleted, then each entry associating the DDS with a DD is
 removed.  The addition/deletion of DD's in a DDS should be
 carefully handled so as to not disrupt a DDS created by a
 storage entity through the iSNS protocol directly."

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    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
              isnsDdsId,
              isnsDdId }
    ::= { isnsDdsMemberTable 1 }

IsnsDdsMemberEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsDdsMemberRowStatus  RowStatus
             }

isnsDdsMemberRowStatus      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object indicates the status of this entry."
    ::= { isnsDdsMemberEntry 1 }

--
-- Discovery Domain information
--

isnsDdInfo     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsSrvrInfo 6 }

--
-- Discovery Domain Registrations ----------------------------
--

isnsDdTable                 OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsDdEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing configuration information for each
 Discovery Domain (DD) registered in the iSNS.  The number
 of rows in the table is dependent on the number of DDs
 registered in the iSNS instance.  A DD can be created
 in the iSNS Server by creating a row in this table.
 The index value should be determined by using
 isnsNextIdxDd managed object to determine the next available
 index."
    ::= { isnsDdInfo 1 }

isnsDdEntry                 OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsDdEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on a Discovery Domain (DD) registered in
 the iSNS Server instance.  The isnsNextIdxDd managed object
 is used to determine an available isnsDdId value that can be
 used for row creation.  During creation of a row, if a
 symbolic name is not provided in isnsDdSymbolicName, then
 a unique symbolic name will be provided by the iSNS Server.
 If a DD is deleted, then all entries associating the DD with

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 nodes and portals in the tables isnsDdIscsiMemberTable,
 isnsDdPortalMemberTable, and isnsDdFcPortMemberTable are
 removed.  The creation and deletion of DD's should be
 carefully handled so as to not disrupt a DD created by a
 storage entity through the iSNS protocol directly."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex, isnsDdId }
    ::= { isnsDdTable 1 }

IsnsDdEntry::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsDdId             DiscoveryDomainId,
       isnsDdSymbolicName   SnmpAdminString,
       isnsDdFeatures       DdFeatureBitmapId,
       isnsDdRowStatus      RowStatus
             }

isnsDdId                    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  DiscoveryDomainId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The ID that refers to this Discovery Domain, and the
 index to the table."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdEntry 1 }

isnsDdSymbolicName          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Discovery Domain Symbolic Name field contains a
 unique variable-length description (up to 255 bytes)
 that is associated with the DD."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdEntry 2 }

isnsDdFeatures              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  DdFeatureBitmapId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Discovery Domain Features field contains a bitmap
 indicating the features of this DD.
     Bit            DD Feature
    ---------       ---------
      0             Boot List

 Boot List: this feature indicates that the targets
 in this DD provide boot capabilities for the member
 initiators.

 Setting the bit to true (1) indicates the feature is
 enabled.  By default no DD features are enabled."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"

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    ::= { isnsDdEntry 3 }

isnsDdRowStatus             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object indicates the status of this entry."
    ::= { isnsDdEntry 4 }

--
-- Discovery Domain Members --------------------
--

--
-- DD iSCSI Node Membership Assignment
--

isnsDdIscsiMemberTable      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsDdIscsiMemberEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing iSCSI node indexes that have been
 assigned to specific DDs in this iSNS Server instance.  The
 number of rows in the table is dependent on the number of
 relationships between iSCSI Nodes and DDs registered in the
 iSNS instance."
    ::= { isnsDdInfo 2 }

isnsDdIscsiMemberEntry      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsDdIscsiMemberEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The mapping of one iSCSI Node to a Discovery Domain to
 indicate membership in the DD.  The indexes of the table
 are the iSNS server instance, the DD ID of the Discovery
 Domain, and the iSCSI Node Index of the  iSCSI Node.

 For iSCSI nodes already registered in the server, the
 isnsDdMemberIscsiIdx for a specific isnsDdIscsiNodeName is
 obtained from the isnsRegIscsiNodeTable.

 For unregistered iSCSI nodes, if they are already a member of
 other Discovery Domains, then the same isnsDdMemberIscsiIdx
 value MUST be used in this DD.  If the unregistered iSCSI
 node is not already a member of another Discovery Domain,
 then the managed object isnsNextIdxUnregIscsiNodeInDd is used
 to obtain a valid isnsDdMemberIscsiIdx value.

 If a DD is removed from the iSNS, then all entries associating
 nodes with the DD are removed."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
              isnsDdId,

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              isnsDdMemberIscsiIdx }
    ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberTable 1 }

IsnsDdIscsiMemberEntry::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsDdMemberIscsiIdx     NodeIndexId,
       isnsDdMemberIscsiName    SnmpAdminString,
       isnsDdMemberIsRegistered TruthValue,
       isnsDdMemberRowStatus    RowStatus
             }

isnsDdMemberIscsiIdx        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  NodeIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSCSI node index for this member node entry.  This
 index is used to uniquely indicate this table entry,
 and provides a 1 to 1 mapping to the node name in
 isnsDdMemberIscsiName.  The iSCSI node name is too long
 to be used for an index directly.  The iSCSI node index
 used for a specific iSCSI node name MUST be indentical
 in all DDs and control node registrations, and is
 persistent across server reinitializations when the
 iSCSI node is a member of a Discovery Domain (DD) or is
 registered as a control node. The managed object
 isnsNextIdxUnregIscsiNodeInDd is used to determine an
 available index when an unregistered iSCSI node is to be
 added to a Discovery Domain prior to it being registered
 in the server using the iSNS protocol."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberEntry 1 }

isnsDdMemberIscsiName       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..223))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSCSI Name associated with the storage node.  The
 iSCSI Name can not be longer then 223 bytes.  The iSNS
 server internal maximum size is 224 bytes to provide
 NULL termination.  This is the iSCSI Name for the storage
 node that is a member of the DD.  This value maps 1 to 1
 to the isnsDdMemberIscsiIdx node index.  The iSCSI Name
 field is too long to be easily used for an index directly.
 The node index used for a specific node name is only
 persistent across iSNS Server reinitializations for nodes
 that are in a Discovery Domain (DD) or are registered
 control nodes.  This value is only required during row
 creation if the storage node is not yet registered in the
 iSNS Server instance.  If the storage node is not yet
 registered, then the iSCSI Name MUST be provided with the
 iSCSI node index during row creation in order to create the
 1 to 1 mapping."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"

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    ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberEntry 2 }

isnsDdMemberIsRegistered    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This indicates whether this member of the DD is currently
 registered in the iSNS Server instance.  iSCSI Storage
 Node members do not need to be currently registered in
 order for their iSCSI Name and Index to be added to
 a DD."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6.11"
    ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberEntry 3 }

isnsDdMemberRowStatus       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object indicates the status of this entry."
    ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberEntry 4 }

--
-- DD Portal Membership Assignment
--

isnsDdPortalMemberTable     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsDdPortalMemberEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing currently registered and unregistered
 portal objects that have been explicitly assigned to specific
 DDs.  Explicit assignment of a portal to a DD is only done
 when a specific set of portals are prefered for use within a
 DD.  Otherwise, for iSCSI, the Portal Group Object should be
 used for identifying which portals provide access to which
 storage nodes. The number of rows in the table is dependent
 on the number of explicit relationships between portals and
 DDs registered in the iSNS."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdInfo 3 }

isnsDdPortalMemberEntry     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsDdPortalMemberEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Each entry indicates an explicit addition of a portal to a
 discovery domain.  The explicit addition of an entity portal
 to a discovery domain indicates the portal is preferred for
 access to nodes of the entity for this discovery domain.
 Registered Portal Group objects are used in iSCSI to indicate
 mapping of portals to nodes across all discovery domains.

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 Portals that have been explicitly mapped a discovery domain
 will be returned as part of a query that is scoped to that
 discovery domain.  If no portal of an entity has been
 explicitly mapped to a discovery domain, then all portals of
 the entity that provide access to a storage node are returned
 as part of a query.  The table indexes are the server
 instance, the DD ID of the Discovery Domain, and the Portal
 Index of the portal.

 For registered portals, the isnsDdMemberPortalIdx for a
 specific isnsDdMemberPortalAddr and isnsDdMemberPortalPort
 pair is obtained from the isnsRegPortalTable table.

 For unregistered portals, if they are already a member of
 other Discovery Domains, the same isnsDdMemberPortalIdx MUST
 be used.  For unregistered portals, if they are not already
 a member of other Discovery Domains, then the managed object
 isnsNextIdxUnregPortalInDd is used to obtain a valid
 isnsDdMemberPortalIdx.

 If a DD is removed from the iSNS, then all entries
 associating portals with the DD are removed."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
              isnsDdId,
              isnsDdMemberPortalIdx }
    ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberTable 1 }

IsnsDdPortalMemberEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsDdMemberPortalIdx        PortalIndexId,
       isnsDdMemberPortalAddrType   InetAddressType,
       isnsDdMemberPortalAddr       InetAddress,
       isnsDdMemberPortalPortType   PortalPortTypeId,
       isnsDdMemberPortalPort       PortalPortId,
       isnsDdMemberPortalIsRegistered TruthValue,
       isnsDdMemberPortalRowStatus  RowStatus
             }

isnsDdMemberPortalIdx       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The index for a portal explicitly contained in the discovery
 domain.  The Portal Index used for a specific portal
 IP-address and port number pair is only persistent across
 reboots for portals that have been explicitly added to a
 Discovery Domain (DD).  If a portal is not explicitly
 registered in any DD, then the index used for a portal can
 change after a server reinitialization."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 1 }

isnsDdMemberPortalAddrType  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType

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    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsDdMemberPortalAddr."
    ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 2 }

isnsDdMemberPortalAddr      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Inet Address for the portal as defined in
 the iSNS Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 3 }

isnsDdMemberPortalPortType  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortTypeId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The port type for the portal, either UDP or TCP, as
 defined in the iSNS Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 4 }

isnsDdMemberPortalPort      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The port number for the portal as defined in the
 iSNS Specification [iSNS].  Whether the portal type is TCP
 or UDP is indicated by isnsDdMemberPortalPortType."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 5 }

isnsDdMemberPortalIsRegistered OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This indicates whether this member of the DD is currently
 registered in the iSNS Server instance.  Portals that are
 DD members do not need to be currently registered in
 order for them to be added to a DD."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6.11"
    ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 6 }

isnsDdMemberPortalRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object indicates the status of this entry."

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    ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 7 }

--
-- DD FC Port Membership Assignment
--

isnsDdFcPortMemberTable     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsDdFcPortMemberEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing FC Port World Wide Names (WWN) that
 have been assigned to specific DDs.  The number of rows
 in the table is dependent on the number of relationships
 between FC Ports and DDs registered in the iSNS."
    ::= { isnsDdInfo 4 }

isnsDdFcPortMemberEntry     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsDdFcPortMemberEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The association of one FC Port with a Discovery Domain.
 Membership of an FC Port in a Discovery Domain is
 indicated by creating a row for the appropriate DD ID
 and FC Port WWN.  If a DD is removed from the iSNS, then
 entries associating nodes with the DD are removed."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
              isnsDdId,
              isnsDdMemberFcPortName }
    ::= { isnsDdFcPortMemberTable 1 }

IsnsDdFcPortMemberEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsDdMemberFcPortName     FcNameIdOrZero,
       isnsDdMemberFcIsRegistered TruthValue,
       isnsDdMemberFcRowStatus    RowStatus
    }

isnsDdMemberFcPortName      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Port WWN the FC Port that is a member of the DD. The
 value MUST be a valid FC WWN, as per the FC-GS standard.
 This managed object, combined with the isnsSrvrInstIndex
 and isnsDdId are the key for this table.  Zero is not a
 valid value for this managed object."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsDdFcPortMemberEntry 1 }

isnsDdMemberFcIsRegistered  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only

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    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This indicates whether this member of the DD is currently
 registered in the iSNS Server instance.  FC Ports that are
 DD members do not need to be currently registered in
 order for them to be added to a DD."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6.11"
    ::= { isnsDdFcPortMemberEntry 2 }

isnsDdMemberFcRowStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object indicates the status of this entry."
    ::= { isnsDdFcPortMemberEntry 3 }

--
--  Registered Device Information
--

isnsReg    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsSrvrInfo 7 }

isnsRegEntityInfo           OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                               ::= { isnsReg    1 }

--
-- iSNS Registered Entities Table
--

isnsRegEntityTable          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegEntityEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing registered Entity objects in each iSNS
 server instance.  The number of entries in the table is
 dependent on the number of Entity objects registered in the
 iSNS Server instances.  All Entity objects are registered in
 the iSNS using the iSNS protocol."
    ::= { isnsRegEntityInfo 1 }

isnsRegEntityEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsRegEntityEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one registered Entity object in an iSNS
 server instance."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
              isnsRegEntityIdx }
    ::= { isnsRegEntityTable 1 }

IsnsRegEntityEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {

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       isnsRegEntityIdx            EntityIndexId,
       isnsRegEntityEID            SnmpAdminString,
       isnsRegEntityProtocol       EntityProtocolId,
       isnsRegEntityMgtAddrType    InetAddressType,
       isnsRegEntityMgtAddr        InetAddress,
       isnsRegEntityTimestamp      DateAndTime,
       isnsRegEntityVersionMin     Integer32,
       isnsRegEntityVersionMax     Integer32,
       isnsRegEntityRegPeriod      Unsigned32
            }

isnsRegEntityIdx            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  EntityIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Entity Index for this entity.  This integer based index
 is assigned by the iSNS Server when an Entity is initially
 registered. The Entity Index can be used to represent a
 registered Entity object in situations where the Entity EID
 would be too long/unwieldy."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 1 }

isnsRegEntityEID            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The EID is a unique registered Entity object identifier, as
 specified in the iSNS Specification.  This is the iSNS
 Entity Identifier for the registered Entity object."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 2 }

isnsRegEntityProtocol       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  EntityProtocolId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSNS Entity Protocol is an enumerated value which
 indicates the type of nodes that are contained within it.

           Type Value       Entity Type
           ----------       -----------
              1             No Protocol
              2             iSCSI
              3             iFCP
            All Others      As in the iSNS Specification

 The No Protocol value is used to indicate that the Network
 Entity does not support an IP block storage protocol."
    REFERENCE  "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 3 }


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isnsRegEntityMgtAddrType    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsRegEntityMgtAddr."
    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 4 }

isnsRegEntityMgtAddr        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSNS Management IP Address for the registred Entity
 object."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 5 }

isnsRegEntityTimestamp      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  DateAndTime
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSNS Entity Registration Timestamp for the registred
 Entity object.  This is the most recent date and time that
 the registered Entity object, and associated registered
 objects contained in the Entity, were registered or
 updated."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 6 }

isnsRegEntityVersionMin     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSNS Entity Protocol Version Range minimum value.  A
 value of x'FF' is a wildcard value indicating no minimum to
 the protocol versions supported by this Entity.  Entity
 registrations with isnsRegEntityProtocol set to No Protocol
 always have a minimum version of 0."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 7 }

isnsRegEntityVersionMax     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSNS Entity Protocol Version Range maximum value.  A
 value of x'FF' is a wildcard value indicating no maximum to
 the protocol versions supported by this Entity.  Entity
 registrations with isnsRegEntityProtocol set to No Protocol
 always have a maximum version of 0."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"

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    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 8 }

isnsRegEntityRegPeriod      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSNS Entity Status Inquiry (ESI) registration period
 which indicates the maximum time, in seconds, that the
 registration will be maintained without receipt of an iSNSP
 message from the entity.  If the Registration Period is set
 to 0, then the Entity SHALL NOT be deregistered due to no
 contact with the entity."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 9 }

--
-- Registered Objects Associated With an Entity Information
--

isnsRegEntityNumObjTable    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                              IsnsRegEntityNumObjEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing information on the number of registered
 objects associated with a registered Entity in the iSNS
 server instance.  This table is optional to implement.  The
 number of entries in the table is dependent on the number
 of registered Entity objects in the iSNS."
    ::= { isnsRegEntityInfo 2 }

isnsRegEntityNumObjEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsRegEntityNumObjEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on the number of registered objects associated
 with a registered Entity object in an iSNS Server instance."
    AUGMENTS { isnsRegEntityEntry }
    ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjTable 1 }

IsnsRegEntityNumObjEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals      Unsigned32,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups Unsigned32,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes   Unsigned32,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts      Unsigned32,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes      Unsigned32
            }

isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only

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    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The number of Portals associated with this Entity."
    ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjEntry 1 }

isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The number of Portal Groups associated with this Entity."
    ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjEntry 2 }

isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The number of iSCSI Storage Nodes associated with this
 Entity."
    ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjEntry 3 }

isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The number of FC Ports associated with this Entity."
    ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjEntry 4 }

isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The number of FC Nodes associated with this Entity."
    ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjEntry 5 }

--
-- iSNS Registered Portal Information
--

isnsRegPortalInfo           OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                               ::= { isnsReg  2 }

--
-- iSNS Registered Portal Table
--

isnsRegPortalTable          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegPortalEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing the registered Portals in the iSNS.

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 The number of entries is dependent on the number of
 Portals registered in the iSNS."
    ::= { isnsRegPortalInfo 1 }

isnsRegPortalEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsRegPortalEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one registered Entity Portal in the iSNS.
 The Entity Index is part of the table index to quickly
 find Portals that support a specific Entity."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
              isnsRegEntityIdx,
              isnsRegPortalPrtlIdx }
    ::= { isnsRegPortalTable 1 }

IsnsRegPortalEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsRegPortalPrtlIdx        PortalIndexId,
       isnsRegPortalAddrType       InetAddressType,
       isnsRegPortalAddr           InetAddress,
       isnsRegPortalPortType       PortalPortTypeId,
       isnsRegPortalPort           PortalPortId,
       isnsRegPortalSymName        SnmpAdminString,
       isnsRegPortalEsiInterval    Unsigned32,
       isnsRegPortalEsiPortType    PortalPortTypeId,
       isnsRegPortalEsiPort        PortalPortId,
       isnsRegPortalScnPortType    PortalPortTypeId,
       isnsRegPortalScnPort        PortalPortId,
       isnsRegPortalSecurityInfo   PortalSecurityBitmapId
            }

isnsRegPortalPrtlIdx        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Portal Index for this node.  The index is created by the
 iSNS Server for mapping between registered objects.  The
 Portal Index used for a specific portal IP-address and port
 number pair is only persistent across reboots for portals
 that have been explicitly added to a Discovery Domain (DD).
 If a portal is not explicitly registered in any DD, then the
 index used for a portal can change after a server
 reinitialization."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 1 }

isnsRegPortalAddrType       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsRegPortalAddr."

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    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 2 }

isnsRegPortalAddr           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Inet Address for this Portal as defined in
 the iSNS Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 3 }

isnsRegPortalPortType       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortTypeId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The port type for this Portal, either UDP or TCP, as
 defined in the iSNS Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 4 }

isnsRegPortalPort           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The port number for this Portal as defined in the
 iSNS Specification [iSNS].  Whether the Portal type is TCP
 or UDP is indicated by isnsRegPortalPortType."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 5 }

isnsRegPortalSymName        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The optional Symbolic Name for this Portal as defined in
 the iSNS Specification [iSNS].  If not provided then the
 string SHALL be zero length."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 6 }

isnsRegPortalEsiInterval    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Entity Status Inquiry (ESI) Interval for this Portal
 as defined in the iSNS Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 7 }

isnsRegPortalEsiPortType    OBJECT-TYPE

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    SYNTAX                  PortalPortTypeId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The port type for the ESI Port, either UDP or TCP, as
 defined in the iSNS Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 8 }

isnsRegPortalEsiPort        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The TCP or UDP port number used for ESI monitoring.  Whether
 the port type is TCP or UDP is indicated by
 isnsRegPortalEsiPortType."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 9 }

isnsRegPortalScnPortType    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortTypeId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The port type for the SCN Port, either UDP or TCP, as
 defined in the iSNS Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 10 }

isnsRegPortalScnPort        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The TCP or UDP port used to receive SCN messages from the
 iSNS Server.  Whether the port type is TCP or UDP is
 indicated by isnsRegPortalScnPortType."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 11 }

isnsRegPortalSecurityInfo   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalSecurityBitmapId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates security attribute settings for the Portal as
 registered in the Portal Security Bitmap attribute.  The bit
 for bitmapVALID must be set in order for this attribute to
 contain valid information.

 Setting a bit to true (1) indicates the feature is
 enabled."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 12 }

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--
-- iSNS Registered Portal Group Information
--

isnsRegPortalGroupInfo      OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                               ::= { isnsReg  3 }

--
-- iSNS Registered Portal Group (PG) Table
--

isnsRegPgTable              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegPgEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing the registered Portal Groups (PGs) in
 the iSNS Server instance.  The number of entries is
 dependent on the number of Portal Groups registered in
 the iSNS."
    ::= { isnsRegPortalGroupInfo 1 }

isnsRegPgEntry              OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsRegPgEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one registered Portal Group in the iSNS
 server instance.  The Entity Index is part of the table
 index to quickly find Portal Groups that support Portals
 and iSCSI Storage Nodes in a specific Entity."
    INDEX   { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
              isnsRegEntityIdx,
              isnsRegPgIdx }
    ::= { isnsRegPgTable 1 }

IsnsRegPgEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsRegPgIdx                PortalGroupIndexId,
       isnsRegPgIscsiNodeIdx       NodeIndexId,
       isnsRegPgIscsiName          SnmpAdminString,
       isnsRegPgPortalPrtlIdx      PortalIndexId,
       isnsRegPgPortalAddrType     InetAddressType,
       isnsRegPgPortalAddr         InetAddress,
       isnsRegPgPortalPortType     PortalPortTypeId,
       isnsRegPgPortalPort         PortalPortId,
       isnsRegPgPGT                PortalGroupTagIdOrZero
             }

isnsRegPgIdx                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalGroupIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION

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"The PG Index for this node.  The index is created by the
 iSNS Server instance for uniquely identifying registered
 objects.  The PG object is registered at the same time a
 Portal or Storage Node is registered using the iSNS
 protocol."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 1 }

isnsRegPgIscsiNodeIdx       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  NodeIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSCSI Node Index for the node associated with this PG.
 This index can be used to reference the
 isnsRegIscsiNodeTable."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 2 }

isnsRegPgIscsiName          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..223))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSCSI Name of the initiator or target associated with
 the storage node.  The iSCSI Name can not be longer then
 223 bytes.  The iSNS Server internal maximum size is 224
 bytes to provide NULL termination.  This is the PG iSCSI Name
 that uniquely identifies the iSCSI Storage Node that is
 associated with this PG."
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 3 }

isnsRegPgPortalPrtlIdx      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Portal Index for the Portal associated with this PG.
 This index can be used to reference the isnsRegPortalTable."
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 4 }

isnsRegPgPortalAddrType     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsRegPgPortalAddr."
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 5 }

isnsRegPgPortalAddr         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Inet Address for the Portal that is associated with

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 the PG."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 6 }

isnsRegPgPortalPortType     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortTypeId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The port type, either UDP or TCP, for the Portal that
 is associated with this registered PG object."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 7 }

isnsRegPgPortalPort         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalPortId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The port number for the Portal that is associated with
 this registered PG object.  Whether the Portal type is
 TCP or UDP is indicated by isnsRegPgPortalPortType."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 8 }

isnsRegPgPGT                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  PortalGroupTagIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Portal Group Tag (PGT) for the registered iSCSI Portal
 Group object in an iSNS Server instance.  This indicates
 the tag value that the Portal uses for access to the iSCSI
 Storage Node.  The PGT is used for coordinated access between
 multiple Portals, as described in the iSCSI Specification
 [iSCSI].  The value of zero indicates a NULL value, or no
 association."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 9 }

--
-- iSNS Registered iSCSI Node Information
--

isnsRegIscsiNodeInfo  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsReg  4 }

--
-- iSNS Registered iSCSI Node Table
--

isnsRegIscsiNodeTable       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegIscsiNodeEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION

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"A table containing the registered iSCSI Nodes in the iSNS
 server instance.  Storage devices register using the iSNS
 protocol.  While a device cannot be registered in an iSNS
 server using SNMP, an entry can be deleted in order to
 remove 'stale' entries. The number of entries is related
 to the number of iSCSI nodes registered in the iSNS."
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeInfo 1 }

isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsRegIscsiNodeEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one iSCSI node that has been registered in
 the iSNS Server instance.  The RowStatus managed object
 provides a method to delete registered nodes that were not
 properly deregistered / removed through iSNSP.  New rows
 cannot be added using SNMP."
    INDEX { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
            isnsRegEntityIdx,
            isnsRegIscsiNodeIdx }
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeTable 1 }

IsnsRegIscsiNodeEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
    isnsRegIscsiNodeIdx            NodeIndexId,
    isnsRegIscsiNodeName           SnmpAdminString,
    isnsRegIscsiNodeType           NodeTypeId,
    isnsRegIscsiNodeAlias          SnmpAdminString,
    isnsRegIscsiNodeScnBitmap      ScnBitmapId,
    isnsRegIscsiNodeWwnToken       FcNameIdOrZero,
    isnsRegIscsiNodeAuthMethod     SnmpAdminString
                                 }

isnsRegIscsiNodeIdx         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  NodeIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Node Index for this node.  The index is created by the
 iSNS Server for mapping between registered objects.  The
 index used for a specific node name is only persistent
 across reboots for nodes that have been registered in a
 Discovery Domain (DD) or as a control node.  If a node is
 not registered in any DD or as a control node, then the
 index used for a node can change after a server
 reinitialization."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 1 }

isnsRegIscsiNodeName        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..223))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSCSI Name of the initiator or target associated with

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 the storage node.  The iSCSI Name can not be longer then
 223 bytes.  The iSNS Server internal maximum size is 224
 bytes to provide NULL termination.  This is the iSCSI Name
 that uniquely identifies the initiator, initiator/target,
 target, or control node in the network."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 2 }

isnsRegIscsiNodeType        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  NodeTypeId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Node Type bit-map defining the functions of this
 iSCSI node.
               Bit         Node Type
           ---------       ---------
           All Others       RESERVED
              29            Control
              30            Initiator
              31            Target
"
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 3 }

isnsRegIscsiNodeAlias       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Alias name of the iSCSI node.  This is a variable-length
 text-based description of up to 255 bytes."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 4 }

isnsRegIscsiNodeScnBitmap   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  ScnBitmapId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The State Change Notification (SCN) bitmap for a node.
     Bit Field          Flag Description
     ---------          ----------------
        0               INITIATOR AND SELF INFORMATION ONLY
        1               TARGET AND SELF INFORMATION ONLY
        2               MANAGEMENT REGISTRATION/SCN
        3               REGISTERED OBJECT REMOVED
        4               REGISTERED OBJECT ADDED
        5               REGISTERED OBJECT UPDATED
        6               DD/DDS MEMBER REMOVED (MGT REG/SCN
                          ONLY)
        7               DD/DDS MEMBER ADDED (MGT REG/SCN
                          ONLY)

 Setting a bit to true (1) indicates the flag is

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 enabled."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 5 }

isnsRegIscsiNodeWwnToken    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This contains an optional globally unique 64-bit integer
 value that can be used to represent the World Wide Node
 Name of the iSCSI device in a Fibre Channel fabric. This
 identifier is used during the device registration process,
 and MUST conform to the requirements in [FC-FS].  The
 value of zero for this managed object indicates that a
 Node WWN token has not been assigned."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 6 }

isnsRegIscsiNodeAuthMethod  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This attribute contains a null-terminated string containing
 UTF-8 text listing the iSCSI authentication methods enabled
 for this iSCSI Node, in order of preference.  The text values
 used to identify iSCSI authentication methods are embedded in
 this string attribute and delineated by a comma.  The text
 values are identical to those found in the main iSCSI draft;
 additional vendor-specific text values are also possible."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 7 }

--
-- iSNS Registered FC Port Information
--

isnsRegFcPortInfo           OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                                   ::= { isnsReg  5 }

--
-- iSNS Registered FC Port Table
--

isnsRegFcPortTable          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegFcPortEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on registered FC Ports in the iSNS."
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortInfo 1 }

isnsRegFcPortEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                       IsnsRegFcPortEntry

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    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one FC Port that has been registered in
 iSNS."
    INDEX { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
            isnsRegEntityIdx,
            isnsRegFcPortWwpn }
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortTable 1 }

IsnsRegFcPortEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
    isnsRegFcPortWwpn              FcNameIdOrZero,
    isnsRegFcPortID                FcAddressIdOrZero,
    isnsRegFcPortType              Integer32,
    isnsRegFcPortSymName           SnmpAdminString,
    isnsRegFcPortFabricPortWwn     FcNameIdOrZero,
    isnsRegFcPortHA                FcAddressIdOrZero,
    isnsRegFcPortAddrType          InetAddressType,
    isnsRegFcPortAddr              InetAddress,
    isnsRegFcPortFcCos             CosBitmapId,
    isnsRegFcPortFc4Types          OCTET STRING,
    isnsRegFcPortFc4Descr          OCTET STRING,
    isnsRegFcPortFc4Features       OCTET STRING,
    isnsRegFcPortScnBitmap         ScnBitmapId,
    isnsRegFcPortRole              NodeTypeId,
    isnsRegFcPortFcNodeWwn         FcNameIdOrZero,
    isnsRegFcPortPpnWwn            FcNameIdOrZero
                                }

isnsRegFcPortWwpn           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port's World Wide Port Name as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS].  The value of zero is not valid for
 this managed object."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 1 }

isnsRegFcPortID             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcAddressIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port's Port ID as defined in the iSNS Specification
 [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 2 }

isnsRegFcPortType           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION

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"The FC Port Port Type as defined in the iSNS Specification
 [iSNS] and the Fibre Channel Generic Services [FC-GS]
 Specification. Current values are as shown below:
        unknown      (0),
        nPort        (1),
        nlPort       (2),
        fNlPort      (3),
        fPort        (129),     -- x'81'
        flPort       (130),     -- x'82'
        ePort        (132),     -- x'84'
        bPort        (133),     -- x'85'
        mFcpPort     (65297),   -- x'FF11'
        iFcpPort     (65298),   -- x'FF12'
        unknownEnd   (65535)
 ."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 3 }

isnsRegFcPortSymName      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS            read-only
    STATUS                current
    DESCRIPTION
"The optional FC Port Port Symbolic Name as defined in the
 iSNS Specification [iSNS].  If not provided then the string
 SHALL be zero length."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 4 }

isnsRegFcPortFabricPortWwn  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Fabric Port WWN for this entry as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS].  The value of zero for this managed
 object indicates that the Fabric Port WWN is not known,
 or has not yet been registered with the iSNS Server."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
   ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 5 }

isnsRegFcPortHA             OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcAddressIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port Hard Address as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 6 }

isnsRegFcPortAddrType       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current

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    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in the isnsRegFcPortAddr."
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 7 }

isnsRegFcPortAddr           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port Inet Address as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 8 }

isnsRegFcPortFcCos          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  CosBitmapId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port Class of Service as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE  "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 9 }

isnsRegFcPortFc4Types       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  OCTET STRING (SIZE (32))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port FC-4 Types as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 10 }

isnsRegFcPortFc4Descr       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port FC-4 Descriptors as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS]."
     REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
   ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 11 }

isnsRegFcPortFc4Features    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  OCTET STRING (SIZE (128))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Port FC-4 Features as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 12 }

isnsRegFcPortScnBitmap      OBJECT-TYPE

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    SYNTAX                  ScnBitmapId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The State Change Notification (SCN) bitmap for a FC Port.
     Bit Field          Flag Description
     ---------          ----------------
        0               INITIATOR AND SELF INFORMATION ONLY
        1               TARGET AND SELF INFORMATION ONLY
        2               MANAGEMENT REGISTRATION/SCN
        3               REGISTERED OBJECT REMOVED
        4               REGISTERED OBJECT ADDED
        5               REGISTERED OBJECT UPDATED
        6               DD/DDS MEMBER REMOVED (MGT REG/SCN
                          ONLY)
        7               DD/DDS MEMBER ADDED (MGT REG/SCN
                          ONLY)

 Setting a bit to true (1) indicates the flag is
 enabled."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 13 }

isnsRegFcPortRole           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  NodeTypeId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Node Type bit-map defining the functions of this FC Port.
               Bit         Node Type
           ---------       ---------
           All Others       RESERVED
              29            Control
              30            Initiator
              31            Target
"
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 14 }

isnsRegFcPortFcNodeWwn      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Node WWN of the FC Node that has been associated with
 this FC Port as defined in the iSNS Specification [iSNS].
 This managed object may contain the value of zero prior to
 a device registering this value with the iSNS Server."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 15 }

isnsRegFcPortPpnWwn         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current

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    DESCRIPTION
"The Permanent Port Name attribute is the FC Port Name WWPN of
 the first Storage Node registered in the iSNS Database that is
 associated with a particular FC Device (FC Node).  The PPN of
 all subsequent Storage Node registrations that are associated
 with that FC Device (FC Node) SHALL be set to the FC Port Name
 WWPN of the first Storage Node, as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS].  This managed object may contain the
 value of zero prior to a device registering this value with
 the iSNS Server"
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 16 }

--
-- iSNS Registered FC Node Information
--

isnsRegFcNodeInfo     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsReg  6 }

--
-- iSNS Registered FC Node Table
--

isnsRegFcNodeTable          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegFcNodeEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing the registered FC Nodes in the iSNS."
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeInfo 1 }

isnsRegFcNodeEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsRegFcNodeEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one registered FC node that has been regisered
 in the iSNS."
    INDEX { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
             isnsRegFcNodeWwn }
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeTable 1 }

IsnsRegFcNodeEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
    isnsRegFcNodeWwn            FcNameIdOrZero,
    isnsRegFcNodeSymName        SnmpAdminString,
    isnsRegFcNodeAddrType       InetAddressType,
    isnsRegFcNodeAddr           InetAddress,
    isnsRegFcNodeIPA            OCTET STRING,
    isnsRegFcNodeProxyIscsiName SnmpAdminString
                                }

isnsRegFcNodeWwn            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current

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    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Node World Wide Node Name as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS].  The value of zero is not valid for
 this managed object."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 1 }

isnsRegFcNodeSymName        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The optional FC Node Symbolic Name of the node as
 defined in the iSNS Specification [iSNS].  This is a
 variable-length text-based description.  If not
 provided then the string SHALL be zero length."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 2 }

isnsRegFcNodeAddrType       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsRegFcNodeAddr."
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 3 }

isnsRegFcNodeAddr           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The FC Node Inet address of the node as defined in the
 iSNS Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 4 }

isnsRegFcNodeIPA            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  OCTET STRING (SIZE(8))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object identifies the FC Initial Process
 Associator of the node as defined in the iSNS
 Specification [iSNS]."
    REFERENCE "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 5 }

isnsRegFcNodeProxyIscsiName OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..223))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSCSI Name used to represent the FC Node in the IP
 network. It is used as a pointer to the matching iSCSI Name

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 entry in the iSNS Server.  Its value is usually registered
 by an FC-iSCSI gateway connecting the IP network to the
 fabric containing the FC device."
    REFERENCE  "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt, Section 6"
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 6 }

--
-- Basic information for the registered FC Node object
--

isnsRegFcNodeInfoTable      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegFcNodeInfoEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing basic information on registered FC Nodes
 in the iSNS.  The number of entries in the table is dependent
 on the number of FC Nodes registered in the iSNS."
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeInfo 2 }

isnsRegFcNodeInfoEntry      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsRegFcNodeInfoEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one FC Node that has been registered in the
 iSNS."
    AUGMENTS { isnsRegFcNodeEntry }
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeInfoTable 1 }

IsnsRegFcNodeInfoEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {
       isnsRegFcNodeInfoNumFcPorts   Unsigned32
           }

isnsRegFcNodeInfoNumFcPorts OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The number of FC Ports associated with this FC Node."
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeInfoEntry 1 }

--
--  Mapping from FC Node to Entity - FC Port
--

isnsRegFcNodeFcPortTable    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegFcNodeFcPortEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A table containing the mapping of registered FC Nodes to
 associated registered iFCP/FC Ports and registered Entity
 objects in the iSNS Server instance."

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    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeInfo 3 }

isnsRegFcNodeFcPortEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsRegFcNodeFcPortEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Information on one mapping from an FC Port and Entity to an
 FC node registered in the iSNS."
    INDEX { isnsSrvrInstIndex,
            isnsRegFcNodeWwn,
            isnsRegFcPortWwpn }
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeFcPortTable 1 }

IsnsRegFcNodeFcPortEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        isnsRegFcNodeFcPortEntityEIdx EntityIndexId
                                    }

isnsRegFcNodeFcPortEntityEIdx OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  EntityIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The Entity Index for the registered Entity object associated
 with the FC Port and FC Node."
    ::= { isnsRegFcNodeFcPortEntry 1 }

--
-- iSNS Client instance managed objects --------------------
--

isnsClntInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsObj 2 }

isnsClntInstTable           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsClntInstEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This table list the iSNS Client instances managed through
 the same SNMP context."
    ::= { isnsClntInfo 1 }

isnsClntInstEntry           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsClntInstEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"An entry in the iSNS Client table.  The number or rows in
 the table is dependent on the number of iSNS Client instances
 managed through the same SNMP context."
    INDEX   { isnsClntInstIndex }
    ::= { isnsClntInstTable 1 }

IsnsClntInstEntry ::=
    SEQUENCE {

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       isnsClntInstIndex           Unsigned32,
       isnsClntInstName            SnmpAdminString,
       isnsClntInstIsnspVersion    Integer32,
       isnsClntInstDescription     SnmpAdminString,
       isnsClntInstUptime          TimeTicks,
       isnsClntInstAvailDiscMthd   SrvrDscvryMthdId,
       isnsClntInstPrmryDiscMthd   SrvrDscvryMthdId,
       isnsClntInstScndryDiscMthd  SrvrDscvryMthdId,
       isnsClntInstDiscMcGrpType   InetAddressType,
       isnsClntInstDiscMcGrp       InetAddress
             }

isnsClntInstIndex           OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The instance of this iSNS Client being managed.  Each
 managed client is uniquely identified by the instance index
 in the MIB."
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 1 }

isnsClntInstName            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"A name that can be assigned to the iSNS client instance.
 If not configured, the value is an empty string."
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 2 }

isnsClntInstIsnspVersion    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The iSNSP version that this client will support.  If all
 versions of iSNSP are supported, then the returned
 value can be 0."
    REFERENCE               "draft-ietf-ips-iSNS-22.txt"
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 3 }

isnsClntInstDescription     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This provides a description and detail information
 about this client.  If this client instance is utilizing
 the product of a particular 'vendor' or 'open source', then
 this managed object contains that vendor's name and version,
 or open source name and version.  Otherwise, it contains
 the empty string.  The format of the string
 is as follows: 'Vendor/Open Source Name, Vendor/Open Source
 Version, Vendor/Open Source Defined Information'.

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       Field            Description
     ---------        ----------------
    Vendor/OS Name    The name of the vendor or open
                      source (if one exists)
    Vendor/OS Version The version of the vendor or
                      open source product
    Vendor/OS Defined This follows the second comma in the
                      string, if one exists, and is vendor
                      or open source developer defined
"
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 4 }


isnsClntInstUptime          OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX                 TimeTicks
     MAX-ACCESS             read-only
     STATUS                 current
     DESCRIPTION
"The time that this iSNS client instance has been active.  In
 otherwords, the time since last reinitialization."
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 5 }

isnsClntInstAvailDiscMthd   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SrvrDscvryMthdId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the available discovery methods for this client
 These are the discovery methods that can be configured in
 isnsClntInstPrmryDiscMthd and isnsClntInstScndryDiscMthd."
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 6 }

isnsClntInstPrmryDiscMthd   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SrvrDscvryMthdId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the primary discovery process currently enabled
 on this iSNS Client instance.  This allows the discovery
 process used by a client to be configured.  Only one
 discovery method in the bitmap is allowed to be designated
 as the primary discovery method at any given time.  If the
 primary discovery process is successful, then secondary
 discovery methods are not used."
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 7 }

isnsClntInstScndryDiscMthd  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SrvrDscvryMthdId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the secondary discovery methods enabled on this
 iSNS Client instance.  This allows secondary discovery
 methods, which are used by a client only if the primary method

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 does not locate an iSNS Server, to be configured.  For
 example, DHCP may be the primary discovery method, and
 configured-server-list may be a secondary discovery method.
 Multiple discovery methods in the bitmap may be designated
 as secondary discovery methods.  If this is the case, then
 the order they are used is determined by the client.  The
 primary discovery method should not be listed as a secondary
 discovery method.  If no secondary discovery methods have
 been configured, then no bits are enabled.  All secondary
 server methods will be attempted."
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 8 }

isnsClntInstDiscMcGrpType   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsClntInstDiscMcGrp. If not
 set, then the value is unknown(0)."
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 9 }

isnsClntInstDiscMcGrp       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-write
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The multicast group that iSNS Heartbeat messages are
 listened for, if multicast based discovery has been enabled
 for this client instance.  If not configured, then
 the value is an empty string."
    ::= { isnsClntInstEntry 10 }

--
-- iSNS primary address table for user configured
-- addresses
--

isnsClntCfgSrvrTable        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsClntCfgSrvrEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Address table for direct user configuration.  If
 configured address server discovery is being used, defined
 as isnsClntInstPrmryDiscMthd or isnsClntInstScndryDiscMthd
 being set to 'cfgdServerList', this table provides the
 list of addresses to check for an iSNS Server. The number
 of rows is dependent on the number of adresses that the user
 configures. The active/backup role of the configured server
 is not within the scope of this MIB and hence not included
 in this table. "
    ::= { isnsClntInfo 2 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsClntCfgSrvrEntry

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    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"An entry in the configured server table.  Entries can be
 added by specifying a configuration address, adddress
 type, and row status."
     INDEX          { isnsClntInstIndex,
                      isnsClntCfgSrvrIndex }
     ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrTable 1 }

IsnsClntCfgSrvrEntry ::= SEQUENCE   {
     isnsClntCfgSrvrIndex          Unsigned32,
     isnsClntCfgSrvrAddrType       InetAddressType,
     isnsClntCfgSrvrAddr           InetAddress,
     isnsClntCfgSrvrTcpPort        Integer32,
     isnsClntCfgSrvrUdpPort        Integer32,
     isnsClntCfgSrvrPriority       Integer32,
     isnsClntCfgSrvrTimeout        Integer32,
     isnsClntCfgSrvrRetries        Integer32,
     isnsClntCfgSrvrRowStatus      RowStatus
                                    }

isnsClntCfgSrvrIndex        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 255 )
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object identifies an iSNS server that
 has been configured for possible use by an iSNS client in
 the network.  When the option for configured address server
 discovery is being used, each iSNS server for the configured
 network is placed in this table.  The number of configured
 servers is limited to a maximum of 255.  This managed object
 is not directly related to the managed object
 isnsSrvrInstIndex, which is the index for the table
 isnsSrvrInstTable."
     ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 1 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrAddrType     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsClntCfgSrvrAddr."
     ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 2 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrAddr         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Identifies the IP address of the configured iSNS server."
    ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 3 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrTcpPort      OBJECT-TYPE

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    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the TCP port the configured iSNS server uses.
 The well known TCP port for iSNSP is 3205.  If the
 value is 0 then TCP is not supported by the server."
    DEFVAL                  { 3205 }
    ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 4 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrUdpPort      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the UDP port the configured iSNS server uses.
 The well known UDP port for iSNSP is 3205.  If the
 value is 0 then UDP is not supported by the server."
    DEFVAL                  { 3205 }
    ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 5 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrPriority     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 100 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The priority of this entry in the table.  The client should
 attempt to locate/register the highest priority entry first."
    DEFVAL                  { 50 }
    ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 6 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrTimeout      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 1 .. 300 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The timeout value, in seconds, for attempting to register
 with this entry in the table.  After a timeout, another
 retry is attempted until the number of retries as listed
 in the managed object isnsClntCfgSrvrRetries have been
 attempted."
    DEFVAL                  { 5 }
    ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 7 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrRetries      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 10 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-create
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The number of retries that should be used for attempting
 to register with this entry in the table."
    DEFVAL                  { 3 }
    ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 8 }

isnsClntCfgSrvrRowStatus    OBJECT-TYPE

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     SYNTAX                 RowStatus
     MAX-ACCESS             read-create
    STATUS                  current
     DESCRIPTION
"This indicates the status of this entry in the
 table. This item can be used to determine if the
 entry is a valid value."
    ::= { isnsClntCfgSrvrEntry 9 }

--
-- iSNS primary address table listing discovered
-- servers for each instance.
--

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrTable     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This table lists the iSNS servers which have been discovered
 for a client instance.  The discovery methods used for a
 client are specified using isnsClntInstPrmryDiscMthd and
 isnsClntInstScndryDiscMthd.  If the primary discovery method is
 successful, then the secondary methods are not used.  The
 discovery method used to find a specific entry is indicated in
 the isnsClntDscvrdSrvrDiscMthd managed object.  Normally an
 iSNS Client will register storage nodes in one discovered iSNS
 server.  However, it may sometimes be desired to register
 storage nodes in multiple iSNS servers.  This table is
 read-only.  The number of rows is dependent on the number of
 iSNS servers that are discovered for the managed iSNS clients.
 The entries in this table are updated after a discovery
 process is completed. The active/backup role of the discovered
 server is not within the scope of this MIB and hence not
 included in this table. "
    ::= { isnsClntInfo 3 }

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"An entry in the isnsClntDscvrdSrvrTable table providing
 information on a discovered iSNS server for a specified
 client."
     INDEX          { isnsClntInstIndex,
                      isnsClntDscvrdSrvrIndex }
     ::= { isnsClntDscvrdSrvrTable 1 }

IsnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry ::= SEQUENCE   {
     isnsClntDscvrdSrvrIndex         Unsigned32,
     isnsClntDscvrdSrvrAddrType      InetAddressType,
     isnsClntDscvrdSrvrAddr          InetAddress,
     isnsClntDscvrdSrvrTcpPort       Integer32,
     isnsClntDscvrdSrvrUdpPort       Integer32,

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     isnsClntDscvrdSrvrIsnsVersion   Integer32,
     isnsClntDscvrdSrvrDiscMthd      SrvrDscvryMthdId
                                       }

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrIndex     OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This managed object, in conjunction with isnsClntInstIndex,
 is the key that uniquely identifies each entry in this
 table."
     ::= { isnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry 1 }

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrAddrType  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsClntDscvrdSrvrAddr."
    ::= { isnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry 2 }

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrAddr      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The address of the discovered iSNS server."
    ::= { isnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry 3 }

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrTcpPort   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The TCP port of the discovered iSNS server.  The well known
 TCP port for iSNSP is 3205."
    DEFVAL                  { 3205 }
    ::= { isnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry 4 }

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrUdpPort   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The UDP port of the discovered iSNS server.  The well known
 UDP port for iSNSP is 3205."
    DEFVAL                  { 3205 }
    ::= { isnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry 5 }

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrIsnsVersion OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 100 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION

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"The iSNS version of the discovered version."
    ::= { isnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry 6 }

isnsClntDscvrdSrvrDiscMthd  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SrvrDscvryMthdId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The discovery method used to find this iSNS server."
    ::= { isnsClntDscvrdSrvrEntry 7 }

--
-- iSNS Client registered Entity information
--

isnsClntRegEntityTable      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsClntRegEntityEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This table contains an entry for each Entity that has been
 registered by an iSNS Client instance managed by this SNMP
 agent.  This provides a method to map between the iSNS
 Client and iSNS Server registration information."
    ::= { isnsClntInfo 4 }

isnsClntRegEntityEntry      OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  IsnsClntRegEntityEntry
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This represents an Entity supported by an iSNS Client
 instance managed by this SNMP agent.  The number of rows
 in the table is dependent on the number of Entities
 supported by managed iSNS Client instances."
     INDEX          { isnsClntInstIndex,
                      isnsClntRegEntityIdx }
     ::= { isnsClntRegEntityTable 1 }

IsnsClntRegEntityEntry ::= SEQUENCE   {
     isnsClntRegEntityIdx            EntityIndexId,
     isnsClntRegEntityEID            SnmpAdminString,
     isnsClntRegEntityProtocol       EntityProtocolId,
     isnsClntRegEntityAddrType       InetAddressType,
     isnsClntRegEntityAddr           InetAddress,
     isnsClntRegEntityTcpPort        Integer32,
     isnsClntRegEntityUdpPort        Integer32
                                       }

isnsClntRegEntityIdx        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  EntityIndexId
    MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This is a unique indentifier to represent an Entity

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 registered in an iSNS server.  This is part of the index for
 the table."
     ::= { isnsClntRegEntityEntry 1 }

isnsClntRegEntityEID        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..255))
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The EID is a unique registered Entity object identifier, as
 specified in the iSNS Specification.  This is the iSNS
 Entity Identifier for the Entity."
     ::= { isnsClntRegEntityEntry 2 }

isnsClntRegEntityProtocol   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  EntityProtocolId
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of protocol that is supported by the Entity."
     ::= { isnsClntRegEntityEntry 3 }

isnsClntRegEntityAddrType   OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsClntRegEntityAddr."
    ::= { isnsClntRegEntityEntry 4 }

isnsClntRegEntityAddr       OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The address of the registered entity."
    ::= { isnsClntRegEntityEntry 5 }

isnsClntRegEntityTcpPort    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The TCP port of the registered entity.  The well
known TCP port for iSNSP is 3205."
    DEFVAL                  { 3205 }
    ::= { isnsClntRegEntityEntry 6 }

isnsClntRegEntityUdpPort    OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              read-only
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The UDP port of the registered entity.  The well
known UDP port for iSNSP is 3205."

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    DEFVAL                  { 3205 }
    ::= { isnsClntRegEntityEntry 7 }

--
-- iSNS Notification Block --------------------------------
--

isnsNotification            OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                                  ::= { isnsObj 3 }

isnsNotificationInfo        OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                                  ::= { isnsNotification 1 }

isnsInstInfo                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..80))
    MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Textual information about the iSNS server or client
 notification.  An example is: iSNS client started, or iSNS
 server started.  This is information that would be included
 in the appropriate notification."
    ::= { isnsNotificationInfo 1 }

isnsAddrTypeNotifctn        OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"The type of Inet address in isnsSrvrAddrNotifctn."
    ::= { isnsNotificationInfo 2 }

isnsAddrNotifctn            OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Identifies the address of the iSNS server."
    ::= { isnsNotificationInfo 3 }

isnsTcpPortNotifctn         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the TCP port the iSNS server is using,
 or 0 if TCP based registrations are not supported."
    ::= { isnsNotificationInfo 4 }

isnsUdpPortNotifctn         OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                  Integer32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
    MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the UDP port the iSNS server is using,

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 or 0 if UDP based registrations are not supported."
    ::= { isnsNotificationInfo 5 }

isnsNotificationPrefix OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                           ::= { isnsNotification 0 }

isnsServerStart             NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS {
        isnsInstInfo,
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn,
        isnsAddrNotifctn,
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn,
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This notification is sent when an iSNS Server begins
 operation.  The notification provides the following:
        isnsInstInfo         : iSNS Server textual information
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn : iSNS Server address type
        isnsAddrNotifctn     : iSNS Server address
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Server TCP Port
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Server UDP Port
"
    ::= { isnsNotificationPrefix 1 }

isnsServerShutdown          NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS {
        isnsInstInfo,
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn,
        isnsAddrNotifctn,
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn,
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This notification is sent when an iSNS Server is
 shutdown.  The notification provides the following:
        isnsInstInfo         : iSNS Server textual information
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn : iSNS Server address type
        isnsAddrNotifctn     : iSNS Server address
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Server TCP Port
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Server UDP Port
"
    ::= { isnsNotificationPrefix 2 }

isnsClientStart             NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS {
        isnsInstInfo,
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn,
        isnsAddrNotifctn,
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn,
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn
            }
    STATUS                  current

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    DESCRIPTION
"This notification is sent when an iSNS Client begins
 operation.  The notification provides the following:
        isnsInstInfo         : iSNS Client textual information
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn : iSNS Client address type
        isnsAddrNotifctn     : iSNS Client address
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Client TCP Port
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Client UDP Port
"
    ::= { isnsNotificationPrefix 3 }

isnsClientInitalRegistration  NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS {
        isnsInstInfo,
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn,
        isnsAddrNotifctn,
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn,
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This notification is sent when an iSNS Client initially
 registers with a server.  The notification provides the
 following:
        isnsInstInfo         : iSNS Client textual information
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn : iSNS Server address type
        isnsAddrNotifctn     : iSNS Server address
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Server TCP Port (if used)
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Server UDP Port (if used)
"
    ::= { isnsNotificationPrefix 4 }

isnsClientLostConnection    NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS {
        isnsInstInfo,
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn,
        isnsAddrNotifctn,
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn,
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This notification is sent when an iSNS Client loses
 connection with an iSNS Server.  The notification provides
 the following:
        isnsInstInfo         : iSNS Client textual information
        isnsAddrTypeNotifctn : iSNS Server address type
        isnsAddrNotifctn     : iSNS Server address
        isnsTcpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Server TCP Port (if used)
        isnsUdpPortNotifctn  : iSNS Server UDP Port (if used)
"
    ::= { isnsNotificationPrefix 5 }

isnsClientNoServerDiscovered NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS {

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        isnsInstInfo
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"This notification is sent when a server discovery process
 completes and no iSNS servers were found.  The notification
 provides the following:
        isnsInstInfo         : iSNS Client textual information
"
    ::= { isnsNotificationPrefix 6 }

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isnsGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsConformance 1 }

isnsServerAttributesGroup      OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsSrvrInstName,
       isnsSrvrInstIsnsVersion,
       isnsSrvrInstDescription,
       isnsSrvrInstAddressType,
       isnsSrvrInstAddress,
       isnsSrvrInstTcpPort,
       isnsSrvrInstUdpPort,
       isnsSrvrInstUptime,
       isnsSrvrInstRole,
       isnsSrvrInstDiscMthdsEnbld,
       isnsSrvrInstDiscMcGrpType,
       isnsSrvrInstDiscMcGrp,
       isnsSrvrInstCntrlNodeAuth,
       isnsSrvrInstEsiNonRespThrshld,
       isnsSrvrInstEnblCntrlNdeMgtScn,
       isnsSrvrInstDfltDdDdsStatus,
       isnsSrvrInstUpdateDdDdsSpprtd,
       isnsSrvrInstUpdateDdDdsEnbld
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Server attributes."
       ::= { isnsGroups 1 }

isnsServerNumObjGroup      OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsNumDds,
       isnsNumDd,
       isnsNumEntities,
       isnsNumPortals,
       isnsNumPortalGroups,
       isnsNumIscsiNodes,
       isnsNumFcPorts,
       isnsNumFcNodes,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts,

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       isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes,
       isnsRegFcNodeInfoNumFcPorts
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Managed objects indicating the number of registered objects
 in an iSNS Server or the number of registered objects
 associated with a registered Entity.  These managed objects
 are optional to implement."
       ::= { isnsGroups 2 }

isnsServerNextIdxGroup      OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsNextIdxDds,
       isnsNextIdxDd,
       isnsNextIdxUnregIscsiNodeInDd,
       isnsNextIdxUnregPortalInDd
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Managed objects indicating the next available index for object
 types using indexes in iSNS Server instances."
       ::= { isnsGroups 3 }

isnsServerIscsiCntlNodeGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsCntlNodeIscsiNodeName,
       isnsCntlNodeIscsiRowStatus
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Server iSCSI control node managed objects."
       ::= { isnsGroups 4 }

isnsServerIfcpCntlNodeGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsCntlNodeFcPortRowStatus
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Server iFCP control node managed objects."
       ::= { isnsGroups 5 }

isnsServerIscsiDdsDdObjGroup   OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsDdsSymbolicName,
       isnsDdsStatus,
       isnsDdsRowStatus,
       isnsDdsMemberRowStatus,
       isnsDdSymbolicName,
       isnsDdFeatures,
       isnsDdRowStatus,
       isnsDdMemberIscsiName,
       isnsDdMemberIsRegistered,
       isnsDdMemberRowStatus,

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       isnsDdMemberPortalAddrType,
       isnsDdMemberPortalAddr,
       isnsDdMemberPortalPortType,
       isnsDdMemberPortalPort,
       isnsDdMemberPortalRowStatus,
       isnsDdMemberPortalIsRegistered
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Server DDS and DD managed objects for iSCSI."
       ::= { isnsGroups 6 }

isnsServerIfcpDdsDdObjGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsDdsSymbolicName,
       isnsDdsStatus,
       isnsDdsRowStatus,
       isnsDdsMemberRowStatus,
       isnsDdSymbolicName,
       isnsDdFeatures,
       isnsDdRowStatus,
       isnsDdMemberPortalAddrType,
       isnsDdMemberPortalAddr,
       isnsDdMemberPortalPortType,
       isnsDdMemberPortalPort,
       isnsDdMemberPortalRowStatus,
       isnsDdMemberPortalIsRegistered,
       isnsDdMemberFcIsRegistered,
       isnsDdMemberFcRowStatus
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Server DDS and DD managed objects for iFCP."
       ::= { isnsGroups 7 }

isnsServerRegIscsiObjGroup   OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsRegEntityEID,
       isnsRegEntityProtocol,
       isnsRegEntityMgtAddrType,
       isnsRegEntityMgtAddr,
       isnsRegEntityTimestamp,
       isnsRegEntityVersionMin,
       isnsRegEntityVersionMax,
       isnsRegEntityRegPeriod,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes,
       isnsRegPortalAddrType,
       isnsRegPortalAddr,
       isnsRegPortalPortType,
       isnsRegPortalPort,
       isnsRegPortalSymName,

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       isnsRegPortalEsiInterval,
       isnsRegPortalEsiPortType,
       isnsRegPortalEsiPort,
       isnsRegPortalScnPortType,
       isnsRegPortalScnPort,
       isnsRegPortalSecurityInfo,
       isnsRegPgIscsiNodeIdx,
       isnsRegPgIscsiName,
       isnsRegPgPortalPrtlIdx,
       isnsRegPgPortalAddrType,
       isnsRegPgPortalAddr,
       isnsRegPgPortalPortType,
       isnsRegPgPortalPort,
       isnsRegPgPGT,
       isnsRegIscsiNodeName,
       isnsRegIscsiNodeType,
       isnsRegIscsiNodeAlias,
       isnsRegIscsiNodeScnBitmap,
       isnsRegIscsiNodeWwnToken,
       isnsRegIscsiNodeAuthMethod
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Server registered iSCSI managed objects."
       ::= { isnsGroups 8 }

isnsServerRegIfcpObjGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsRegEntityEID,
       isnsRegEntityProtocol,
       isnsRegEntityMgtAddrType,
       isnsRegEntityMgtAddr,
       isnsRegEntityTimestamp,
       isnsRegEntityVersionMin,
       isnsRegEntityVersionMax,
       isnsRegEntityRegPeriod,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts,
       isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes,
       isnsRegPortalAddrType,
       isnsRegPortalAddr,
       isnsRegPortalPortType,
       isnsRegPortalPort,
       isnsRegPortalSymName,
       isnsRegPortalEsiInterval,
       isnsRegPortalEsiPortType,
       isnsRegPortalEsiPort,
       isnsRegPortalScnPortType,
       isnsRegPortalScnPort,
       isnsRegPortalSecurityInfo,
       isnsRegFcPortID,
       isnsRegFcPortType,
       isnsRegFcPortSymName,

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       isnsRegFcPortFabricPortWwn,
       isnsRegFcPortHA,
       isnsRegFcPortAddrType,
       isnsRegFcPortAddr,
       isnsRegFcPortFcCos,
       isnsRegFcPortFc4Types,
       isnsRegFcPortFc4Descr,
       isnsRegFcPortFc4Features,
       isnsRegFcPortScnBitmap,
       isnsRegFcPortRole,
       isnsRegFcPortFcNodeWwn,
       isnsRegFcPortPpnWwn,
       isnsRegFcNodeSymName,
       isnsRegFcNodeAddrType,
       isnsRegFcNodeAddr,
       isnsRegFcNodeIPA,
       isnsRegFcNodeProxyIscsiName,
       isnsRegFcNodeFcPortEntityEIdx
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Server registered iFCP managed objects."
       ::= { isnsGroups 9 }

isnsClientAttributesGroup      OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsClntInstName,
       isnsClntInstIsnspVersion,
       isnsClntInstDescription,
       isnsClntInstUptime,
       isnsClntInstAvailDiscMthd,
       isnsClntInstPrmryDiscMthd,
       isnsClntInstScndryDiscMthd,
       isnsClntInstDiscMcGrpType,
       isnsClntInstDiscMcGrp,
       isnsClntCfgSrvrAddrType,
       isnsClntCfgSrvrAddr,
       isnsClntCfgSrvrTcpPort,
       isnsClntCfgSrvrUdpPort,
       isnsClntCfgSrvrPriority,
       isnsClntCfgSrvrTimeout,
       isnsClntCfgSrvrRetries,
       isnsClntCfgSrvrRowStatus,
       isnsClntDscvrdSrvrAddrType,
       isnsClntDscvrdSrvrAddr,
       isnsClntDscvrdSrvrTcpPort,
       isnsClntDscvrdSrvrUdpPort,
       isnsClntDscvrdSrvrIsnsVersion,
       isnsClntDscvrdSrvrDiscMthd,
       isnsClntRegEntityEID,
       isnsClntRegEntityProtocol,
       isnsClntRegEntityAddrType,
       isnsClntRegEntityAddr,
       isnsClntRegEntityTcpPort,
       isnsClntRegEntityUdpPort

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            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Client attributes."
       ::= { isnsGroups 10 }

isnsNotificationObjGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
       isnsInstInfo,
       isnsAddrTypeNotifctn,
       isnsAddrNotifctn,
       isnsTcpPortNotifctn,
       isnsUdpPortNotifctn
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Notification managed objects."
       ::= { isnsGroups 11 }

isnsServerNotificationGroup  NOTIFICATION-GROUP
    NOTIFICATIONS {
       isnsServerStart,
       isnsServerShutdown
                  }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Server Notification managed objects."
       ::= { isnsGroups 12 }

isnsClientNotificationGroup  NOTIFICATION-GROUP
    NOTIFICATIONS {
       isnsClientStart,
       isnsClientInitalRegistration,
       isnsClientLostConnection,
       isnsClientNoServerDiscovered
            }
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"iSNS Client Notification managed objects."
       ::= { isnsGroups 13 }

--
-- Compliance Information
--

isnsCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsConformance 2 }

isnsIscsiServerComplianceV1 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Initial compliance statement for an iSNS Server
 providing support to iSCSI clients."
    MODULE       -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
        isnsServerAttributesGroup,

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        isnsServerNextIdxGroup,
        isnsServerIscsiCntlNodeGroup,
        isnsServerIscsiDdsDdObjGroup,
        isnsServerRegIscsiObjGroup,
        isnsNotificationObjGroup,
        isnsServerNotificationGroup
                     }
    ::= { isnsCompliances 1 }

isnsIscsiClientComplianceV1 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Initial compliance statement for an iSNS Client
 supporting iSCSI devices."
    MODULE       -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
        isnsClientAttributesGroup,
        isnsNotificationObjGroup,
        isnsClientNotificationGroup
                     }
    ::= { isnsCompliances 2 }

isnsIfcpServerComplianceV1 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Initial compliance statement for an iSNS Server
 providing support to iFCP Clients."
    MODULE       -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
        isnsServerAttributesGroup,
        isnsServerNextIdxGroup,
        isnsServerIfcpCntlNodeGroup,
        isnsServerIfcpDdsDdObjGroup,
        isnsServerRegIfcpObjGroup,
        isnsNotificationObjGroup,
        isnsServerNotificationGroup
                     }
    ::= { isnsCompliances 3 }

isnsIfcpClientComplianceV1 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION
"Initial compliance statement for an iSNS Client
 suporting iFCP gateways."
    MODULE       -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
        isnsClientAttributesGroup,
        isnsNotificationObjGroup,
        isnsClientNotificationGroup
                     }
    ::= { isnsCompliances 4 }

isnsServerCountStatsCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS                  current
    DESCRIPTION

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"This set of groups is required for an implementation
 if it is desired to indicate that it keeps track of
 the number of registered objects in the iSNS Server
 instances over time."
    MODULE       -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
        isnsServerNumObjGroup
                     }
    ::= { isnsCompliances 5 }

   END

6.      IANA Considerations

   This RFC utilizes the IANA registry of Block Storage Protocols
   supported by iSNS.  This registry was created for the iSNS
   Specification [iSNS].  The registry values comprise the valid values
   for objects using the TC EntityProtocolId.

7.  Security Considerations

   There are a number of management objects defined in this MIB that
   have 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.

   SNMPv1 by itself is not a secure environment.  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.

   It is recommended that the implementers consider the security
   features as provided by the SNMPv3 framework.  Specifically, the use
   of the User-based Security Model RFC 2574 [RFC2574] and the View-
   based Access Control Model RFC 2575 [RFC2575] is recommended.

   It is then a customer/user responsibility to ensure that the SNMP
   entity giving access to an instance of this MIB, 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.

8.  Normative References

   [iSNS]      Josh Tseng, Kevin Gibbons, Franco Travostino, Curt Du
               Laney, Joe Souza "iSNS Internet Storage Name Service",
               <draft-ietf-ips-isns-22.txt>, Expires July 2004

   [FCMGT01]   K. McCloghrie, "Fibre Channel Management MIB",
               <draft-ietf-ips-fcmgmt-mib-04.txt>, Expires August
               2003.

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   [iSCSI]     Julian Satran, Kalman Meth, Costa Sapuntzakis,
               Mallikarjun Chadalapaka, Efri Zeidner, "iSCSI", RFC
               3270, April 2004

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

   [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.

9.  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.

10.  Authors' Addresses

          Kevin Gibbons
          E-mail: kevin.gibbons@mcdata.com,
          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


          Tom McSweeney
          E-mail: tommcs@us.ibm.com
          Postal: IBM Corporation

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          600 Park Offices Drive
          Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
          USA

          Tel: (919) 855-5169

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