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Network Working Group                                         K. Gibbons
Request for Comments: 4939                                   2Wire, Inc.
Category: Standards Track                                    G. Ramkumar
                                                          SnapTell, Inc.
                                                                 S. Kipp
                                                           Brocade, Inc.
                                                               July 2007


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

Status of This Memo

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

Copyright Notice

   Copyright (C) The IETF Trust (2007).

Abstract

   The iSNS (Internet Storage Name Service) protocol provides storage
   name service functionality on an IP network that is being used for
   iSCSI (Internet Small Computer System Interface) or iFCP (Internet
   Fibre Channel Protocol) storage.  This document provides a mechanism
   to monitor multiple iSNS Servers, including information about
   registered objects in an iSNS Server.



















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Table of Contents

   1. The Internet-Standard Management Framework ......................3
   2. Introduction ....................................................3
      2.1. Requirement Levels .........................................3
   3. Technical Description ...........................................4
      3.1. iSNS Registered Objects ....................................4
      3.2. iSNS MIB Structure .........................................5
      3.3. iSNS Server Info ...........................................5
           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 ........................6
                  3.3.4.2. Registered Portals .........................6
                  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. Multiple Server Instances ..................................7
      3.5. iSNS Notifications .........................................7
   4. MIB References ..................................................7
   5. MIB Module ......................................................8
   6. IANA Considerations ............................................75
   7. Security Considerations ........................................76
   8. Normative References ...........................................77
   9. Informative References .........................................78
   10. Acknowledgements ..............................................78























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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, as described in RFC 4171 [RFC4171], can be used by
   IP-based storage devices for dynamic registration and discovery of
   other storage devices in the network.  It has the capability to group
   devices into storage Discovery Domains, and Discovery Domains into
   Discovery Domain Sets.  The iSNS MIB is designed to allow Simple
   Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to be used to monitor iSNS servers
   supporting iSCSI [RFC3720] and iFCP [RFC4172].

2.1.  Requirement Levels

   The key words "MUST", "MUST NOT", "REQUIRED", "SHALL", "SHALL NOT",
   "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "RECOMMENDED", "MAY", and "OPTIONAL" in this
   document are to be interpreted as described in [RFC2119].





















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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    |
   +----------+    +-------------+    +----------+    +-----------+

               * represents 0 to many possible relationships






















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3.2.  iSNS MIB Structure

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

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

   The sections that are required to implement are for iSNS Server
   management and notification.

3.3.  iSNS Server Info

   The isnsServerInfo section provides the ability to monitor multiple
   iSNS Server instances.  The isnsServerTable table provides
   information on each server instance.  This table is indexed by the
   variable isnsServerIndex.  The table indicates 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 determined from this table.

   The count of objects registered in each iSNS server instance is shown
   in the table isnsNumObjectsTable.  The provides a summary of the
   number Discovery Domain Sets, Discovery Domains, Entities, Portals,
   Portal Groups, iSCSI Nodes, and iFCP FC Nodes and Ports.






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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 iFCP FC Port Name.  The isnsControlNodeInfo section of the
   MIB provides the ability to view the currently registered set of
   iSCSI and iFCP control nodes.

3.3.2.  Discovery Domain Set (DDS)

   The isnsDdsInfo section provides information on each registered DDS,
   the Discovery Domain members of each DDS, for each iSNS Server
   instance being managed.  DDSs provide a method to group multiple
   Discovery Domains for easier control.  As described in the iSNS
   Specification [RFC4171], a DDS can be enabled or disabled, which in
   turn enables or disables the member Discovery Domains.  Discovery
   Domains that are contained in an enabled DDS are then enforced by an
   iSNS Server.

3.3.3.  Discovery Domain (DD)

   The isnsDdInfo section provides information on each registered DD,
   and the DD members, for each iSNS Server instance being managed.  DDs
   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.

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 divided
   into subsections for Entities, Portals, and 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.





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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 [RFC3720], Portal Groups provide a mapping between
   Portals and iSCSI Storage Nodes contained in an Entity.

3.3.4.4.  Registered iSCSI Nodes

   The isnsRegIscsiNodeInfo 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.  Multiple Server Instances

   The management of multiple instances of iSNS servers by the agent is
   supported.  As described in Section 3.3, each managed iSNS server
   instance has an entry in the table isnsServerTable.

3.5.  iSNS Notifications

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

4.  MIB References

   The following MIB module has IMPORTS from [RFC2578], [RFC2579],
   [RFC2580], [RFC3411], [RFC4001], [RFC4044], and [RFC4133].  In
   REFERENCE clauses, it also refers to [RFC3720], [RFC4171], and
   [RFC4172].









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5.  MIB Module

   ISNS-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN
      IMPORTS
      --  From RFC 2578
          MODULE-IDENTITY,
          OBJECT-TYPE,
          NOTIFICATION-TYPE,
          Integer32,
          Unsigned32,
          Gauge32,
          mib-2
               FROM SNMPv2-SMI

      --  From RFC 2579
          TEXTUAL-CONVENTION,
          TimeStamp,
          TruthValue
               FROM SNMPv2-TC

      --  From RFC 2580
          OBJECT-GROUP,
          MODULE-COMPLIANCE,
          NOTIFICATION-GROUP
               FROM SNMPv2-CONF

      --  From RFC 3411
          SnmpAdminString
               FROM SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB

      --  From RFC 4001
          InetAddressType,
          InetAddress,
          InetPortNumber
               FROM INET-ADDRESS-MIB

      --  From RFC 4044
          FcNameIdOrZero,
          FcAddressIdOrZero
               FROM FC-MGMT-MIB

      --  From RFC 4133
          PhysicalIndex
               FROM ENTITY-MIB
            ;

      isnsMIB  MODULE-IDENTITY
            LAST-UPDATED "200707110000Z"



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            ORGANIZATION "IETF IPS Working Group"
            CONTACT-INFO "
              Attn: Kevin Gibbons
                    2Wire, Inc.
                    1704 Automation Parkway
                    San Jose, CA 95131
                    USA
                    Tel: +1 408-895-1387
                    Fax: +1 408-428-9590
                    Email: kgibbons@yahoo.com

                    G.D. Ramkumar
                    SnapTell, Inc.
                    2741 Middlefield Rd, Suite 200
                    Palo Alto, CA 94306
                    USA
                    Tel: +1 650-326-7627
                    Fax: +1 650-326-7620
                    Email: gramkumar@stanfordalumni.org

                    Scott Kipp
                    Brocade
                    4 McDATA Pkwy
                    Broomfield, CO 80021
                    USA
                    Tel: +1 720-558-3452
                    Fax: +1 720-558-8999
                    Email: skipp@brocade.com
                          "

               DESCRIPTION
                       "This module defines management information
                        specific to internet Storage Name Service
                        (iSNS) management.

                        Copyright (C) The IETF Trust (2007).
                        This version of this MIB module is part
                        of RFC 4939; see the RFC itself for full
                        legal notices."

               REVISION    "200707110000Z"

               DESCRIPTION
                        "Initial version of iSNS Management Module.
                         This MIB published as RFC 4939."
                 ::=  { mib-2 163 }





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         --
         --  Textual Conventions
         --

      IsnsDiscoveryDomainSetId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The unique Discovery Domain Set Identifier associated with a
       Discovery Domain Set (DDS)."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.11.1.1"
          SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

      IsnsDdsStatusType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The status of a Discovery Domain Set (DDS) registered in the
       iSNS.  The initially assigned values are below:
                    Bit           Status
                 ---------       ---------
                    31            DDS Enabled
                 All others       RESERVED

       Setting a bit to 1 indicates the feature is enabled.
       Otherwise, it is disabled.  The future assignment of any of
       the reserved values will be documented in a revision of
       RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.11.1.3"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
              reserved0(0), reserved1(1), reserved2(2),
              reserved3(3), reserved4(4), reserved5(5),
              reserved6(6), reserved7(7), reserved8(8),
              reserved9(9), reserved10(10), reserved11(11),
              reserved12(12), reserved13(13), reserved14(14),
              reserved15(15), reserved16(16), reserved17(17),
              reserved18(18), reserved19(19), reserved20(20),
              reserved21(21), reserved22(22), reserved23(23),
              reserved24(24), reserved25(25), reserved26(26),
              reserved27(27), reserved28(28), reserved29(29),
              reserved30(30),
              ddsEnabled (31)
                              }

      IsnsDiscoveryDomainId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The unique Discovery Domain Identifier (DD_ID) associated



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       with each Discovery Domain (DD).  This is used to
       uniquely index and reference a DD."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

      IsnsDdFeatureType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This type defines the features that each Discovery Domain
       (DD) has.
                    Bit           Status
                 ---------       ---------
                    31            Boot List
                 All others       RESERVED

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

       Setting a bit to 1 indicates the feature is enabled.
       Otherwise, it is disabled.  The future assignment of any of
       the reserved values will be documented in a revision of
       RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.11.2.9"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
              reserved0(0), reserved1(1), reserved2(2),
              reserved3(3), reserved4(4), reserved5(5),
              reserved6(6), reserved7(7), reserved8(8),
              reserved9(9), reserved10(10), reserved11(11),
              reserved12(12), reserved13(13), reserved14(14),
              reserved15(15), reserved16(16), reserved17(17),
              reserved18(18), reserved19(19), reserved20(20),
              reserved21(21), reserved22(22), reserved23(23),
              reserved24(24), reserved25(25), reserved26(26),
              reserved27(27), reserved28(28), reserved29(29),
              reserved30(30),
              bootlist(31)
                              }

      IsnsDdDdsModificationType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The methods that can be used to modify the Discovery
       Domain and Discovery Domain Sets in an iSNS Server
       instance.
              Bit             Flag Description
           ---------   ------------------------------------
               0       Control Nodes are allowed



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               1       Target iSCSI Nodes are allowed
               2       Initiator iSCSI Nodes are allowed
               3       Target iFCP Ports are allowed
               4       Initiator iFCP Ports are allowed

       Setting a bit to 1 indicates the feature is
       enabled.  Otherwise, it is disabled."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 2.4"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
                            controlNode(0),
                            targetIscsiNode(1),
                            initiatorIscsiNode(2),
                            targetIfcpNode(3),
                            initiatorIfcpNode(4)
                              }

      IsnsEntityIndexIdOrZero ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The identifier for the unique integer Entity Index
       associated with an iSNS registered Entity object, and the
       value zero.  The value zero is object-specific and MUST
       therefore be defined as part of the description of any
       object that uses this syntax.  Examples of the usage of
       zero might include situations where the Entity is unknown,
       or not yet registered in the iSNS server.  If a value of
       zero is not valid for an object, then that MUST be
       indicated."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )

      IsnsPortalGroupIndexId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The identifier for the unique integer Portal Group Index
       associated with an iSNS registered Portal Group object."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

      IsnsPortalIndexId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The identifier for the unique integer Portal Index
       associated with an iSNS registered Portal object.  The
       index is created by the iSNS Server for mapping between



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       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      "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

      IsnsPortalPortTypeId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The UDP or TCP port type being used by a Portal for an
       Entity."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.3.2"
          SYNTAX         INTEGER { udp(1), tcp(2) }

      IsnsPortalGroupTagIdOrNull ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Portal Group Tag (PGT) represents an association
       between a Portal and iSCSI Node using the value range
       0 to 65535.  A PGT with no association is a NULL
       value.  The value of -1 indicates a NULL value."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.5.4, and RFC 3720"
          SYNTAX         Integer32 ( -1 .. 65535 )

      IsnsPortalSecurityType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Indicates security attribute settings for a Portal that is
       registered in the iSNS server.  The bitmapVALID field must
       be set in order for the contents to be considered valid
       information.  The definitions of the bit fields are based
       on RFC 4171.  The initial representation of each bit setting
       (0 or 1) is indicated below.
             Bit             Flag Description
           ---------   ------------------------------------
              25       1 = Tunnel Mode Preferred; 0 = No Preference
              26       1 = Transport Mode Preferred; 0 = No
                       Preference
              27       1 = PFS Enabled; 0 = PFS Disabled
              28       1 = Aggressive Mode Enabled; 0 = Disabled
              29       1 = Main Mode Enabled; 0 = MM Disabled
              30       1 = IKE/IPsec Enabled; 0 = IKE/IPsec
                       Disabled
              31       1 = Bitmap VALID; 0 = INVALID



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           All others  RESERVED

       The future assignment of any of the reserved values will be
       documented in a revision of RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.3.9"
          SYNTAX        BITS {
              reserved0(0), reserved1(1), reserved2(2),
              reserved3(3), reserved4(4), reserved5(5),
              reserved6(6), reserved7(7), reserved8(8),
              reserved9(9), reserved10(10), reserved11(11),
              reserved12(12), reserved13(13), reserved14(14),
              reserved15(15), reserved16(16), reserved17(17),
              reserved18(18), reserved19(19), reserved20(20),
              reserved21(21), reserved22(22), reserved23(23),
              reserved24(24),
              tunnelModePreferred(25),
              transportModePreferred(26),
              pfsEnabled(27),
              agressiveModeEnabled(28),
              mainModeEnabled(29),
              ikeIPsecEnabled(30),
              bitmapVALID(31)
                             }

      IsnsNodeIndexId ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          DISPLAY-HINT   "d"
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The identifier for the unique integer Node Index associated
       with a storage node.  This index provides a 1-to-1 mapping
       to an iSCSI node name.  The iSCSI node name maximum length
       is too long to be used for an index directly.  The iSCSI
       node index used for a specific iSCSI node name is identical
       in all DDs, 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.
       Furthermore, index values for recently deregistered objects
       SHOULD NOT be reused in the short term."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.4.5"
          SYNTAX         Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )

      IsnsIscsiNodeType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The iSCSI Node Type defines the functions of the registered
       object.  The definitions of each setting are defined in
       RFC 4171.
                    Bit          Node Type



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                 ---------       ---------
                    29            Control
                    30            Initiator
                    31            Target
                 All others       RESERVED

       Setting a bit to 1 indicates the node has the corresponding
       characteristics.  The future assignment of any of the
       reserved values will be documented in a revision of
       RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.4.2"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
              reserved0(0), reserved1(1), reserved2(2),
              reserved3(3), reserved4(4), reserved5(5),
              reserved6(6), reserved7(7), reserved8(8),
              reserved9(9), reserved10(10), reserved11(11),
              reserved12(12), reserved13(13), reserved14(14),
              reserved15(15), reserved16(16), reserved17(17),
              reserved18(18), reserved19(19), reserved20(20),
              reserved21(21), reserved22(22), reserved23(23),
              reserved24(24), reserved25(25), reserved26(26),
              reserved27(27), reserved28(28),
              control(29),
              initiator(30),
              target(31)
                              }

      IsnsFcClassOfServiceType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This defines the Fibre Channel Class of Service types
       that are supported by the registered port.  The
       definitions are as defined in RFC 4171.
             Bit              FC COS Type
           ---------          ----------------
              28             Fibre Channel Class 3 Supported
              29             Fibre Channel Class 2 Supported
           All others        RESERVED

       Setting a bit to 1 indicates the class of service is
       supported.  The future assignment of any of the
       reserved values will be documented in a revision of
       RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.6.8"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
              reserved0(0), reserved1(1), reserved2(2),
              reserved3(3), reserved4(4), reserved5(5),
              reserved6(6), reserved7(7), reserved8(8),



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              reserved9(9), reserved10(10), reserved11(11),
              reserved12(12), reserved13(13), reserved14(14),
              reserved15(15), reserved16(16), reserved17(17),
              reserved18(18), reserved19(19), reserved20(20),
              reserved21(21), reserved22(22), reserved23(23),
              reserved24(24), reserved25(25), reserved26(26),
              reserved27(27),
              class3(28),
              class2(29)
                              }

      IsnsIscsiScnType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The iSCSI Node State Change Notification (SCN) values
       for a node as defined in RFC 4171.
                Bit                Description
             ------------       ----------------
              24                Initiator and self information only
              25                Target and self information only
              26                Management registration/SCN
              27                Object removed
              28                Object added
              29                Object updated
              30                DD or DDS member removed (Mgmt
                                Reg/SCN only)
              31 (Lsb)          DD or DDS member added (Mgmt
                                Reg/SCN only)
              All others        Reserved

       Setting a bit to 1 indicates that type of SCN is enabled.
       The future assignment of any of the reserved values will be
       documented in a revision of RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.4.4"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
              reserved0(0), reserved1(1), reserved2(2),
              reserved3(3), reserved4(4), reserved5(5),
              reserved6(6), reserved7(7), reserved8(8),
              reserved9(9), reserved10(10), reserved11(11),
              reserved12(12), reserved13(13), reserved14(14),
              reserved15(15), reserved16(16), reserved17(17),
              reserved18(18), reserved19(19), reserved20(20),
              reserved21(21), reserved22(22), reserved23(23),
              initiatorAndSelfOnly(24),
              targetAndSelfOnly(25),
              managementRegistrationScn(26),
              objectRemoved(27),
              objectAdded(28),



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              objectUpdated(29),
              ddOrDdsMemberRemoved(30),
              ddOrDdsMemberAdded(31)
                              }

      IsnsIfcpScnType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The iFCP State Change Notification (SCN) values for an iFCP
       object as defined in RFC 4171.
                Bit                Description
             ------------       ----------------
              24                Initiator and self information only
              25                Target and self information only
              26                Management registration/SCN
              27                Object removed
              28                Object added
              29                Object updated
              30                DD or DDS member removed (Mgmt
                                Reg/SCN only)
              31 (Lsb)          DD or DDS member added (Mgmt
                                Reg/SCN only)
              All others        Reserved

       Setting a bit to 1 indicates that type of SCN is enabled.
       The future assignment of any of the reserved values will be
       documented in a revision of RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.6.12"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
              reserved0(0), reserved1(1), reserved2(2),
              reserved3(3), reserved4(4), reserved5(5),
              reserved6(6), reserved7(7), reserved8(8),
              reserved9(9), reserved10(10), reserved11(11),
              reserved12(12), reserved13(13), reserved14(14),
              reserved15(15), reserved16(16), reserved17(17),
              reserved18(18), reserved19(19), reserved20(20),
              reserved21(21), reserved22(22), reserved23(23),
              initiatorAndSelfOnly(24),
              targetAndSelfOnly(25),
              managementRegistrationScn(26),
              objectRemoved(27),
              objectAdded(28),
              objectUpdated(29),
              ddOrDdsMemberRemoved(30),
              ddOrDdsMemberAdded(31)
                              }

      IsnsFcPortRoleType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION



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          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Port Role defines the functions of the registered
       object.  The definitions of each setting are defined in
       RFC 4171.
                    Bit          Port Role
                 ---------       ---------
                    29            Control
                    30            FCP Initiator
                    31            FCP Target
                All others        RESERVED

       Setting a bit to 1 indicates the port has the corresponding
       characteristics.  The future assignment of any of the
       reserved values will be documented in a revision of
       RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 6.6.13"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
              reserved0(0), reserved1(1), reserved2(2),
              reserved3(3), reserved4(4), reserved5(5),
              reserved6(6), reserved7(7), reserved8(8),
              reserved9(9), reserved10(10), reserved11(11),
              reserved12(12), reserved13(13), reserved14(14),
              reserved15(15), reserved16(16), reserved17(17),
              reserved18(18), reserved19(19), reserved20(20),
              reserved21(21), reserved22(22), reserved23(23),
              reserved24(24), reserved25(25), reserved26(26),
              reserved27(27), reserved28(28),
              control(29),
              initiator(30),
              target(31)
                              }

      IsnsSrvrDiscoveryMethodsType ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
          STATUS         current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The types of iSNS Server discovery methods that are enabled
       on an iSNS Server.  The options are DHCP, Service Location
       Protocol (SLP), multicast group iSNS heartbeat, broadcast
       group iSNS heartbeat, configured server list, and other.
       The iSNS Server may support additional discovery methods
       not indicated."
          REFERENCE      "RFC 4171, Section 2.5"
          SYNTAX         BITS {
                            dhcp(0),
                            slp(1),
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                            cfgdServerList(4),
                            other(5)
                                  }

      --
      -- Internet Storage Name Service Management
      --


      isnsNotifications           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
                                      { isnsMIB 0 }
      isnsObjects                 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
                                      { isnsMIB 1 }
      isnsConformance             OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
                                      { isnsMIB 2 }

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

      isnsServerInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsObjects 1 }

      isnsServerTable             OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsServerEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This table provides a list of the iSNS Server instances
       that are managed through the same SNMP context."
          ::= { isnsServerInfo 1 }

      isnsServerEntry             OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsServerEntry
          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 the same SNMP context."
          INDEX   { isnsServerIndex }
          ::= { isnsServerTable 1 }

      IsnsServerEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsServerIndex           Unsigned32,
             isnsServerName            SnmpAdminString,
             isnsServerIsnsVersion     Unsigned32,
             isnsServerVendorInfo      SnmpAdminString,



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             isnsServerPhysicalIndex   PhysicalIndex,
             isnsServerTcpPort         InetPortNumber,
             isnsServerUdpPort         InetPortNumber,
             isnsServerDiscontinuityTime
                                       TimeStamp,
             isnsServerRole            INTEGER,
             isnsServerDiscoveryMethodsEnabled
                                       IsnsSrvrDiscoveryMethodsType,
             isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupType
                                       InetAddressType,
             isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupAddress
                                       InetAddress,
             isnsServerEsiNonResponseThreshold
                                       Unsigned32,
             isnsServerEnableControlNodeMgtScn
                                       TruthValue,
             isnsServerDefaultDdDdsStatus
                                       INTEGER,
             isnsServerUpdateDdDdsSupported
                                       IsnsDdDdsModificationType,
             isnsServerUpdateDdDdsEnabled
                                       IsnsDdDdsModificationType
                   }

      isnsServerIndex             OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This 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 object is used elsewhere in
       the MIB to reference specific iSNS Servers."
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 1 }

      isnsServerName              OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "A non-unique name that can be assigned to the iSNS Server
       instance.  If not configured, then the string SHALL be
       zero-length."
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 2 }

      isnsServerIsnsVersion       OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 65535 )



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          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               "RFC 4171"
          DEFVAL                  { 1 }
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 3 }

      isnsServerVendorInfo        OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "If this server instance is utilizing the product of a
       particular 'vendor', then this managed object contains
       that vendor's name and version.  Otherwise, the
       string SHALL be zero-length.  The format of the string
       is as follows: Vendor Name, Vendor Version, Vendor
       Defined Information.

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

      isnsServerPhysicalIndex     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  PhysicalIndex
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "An index identifying the network interface for this iSNS
       Server within a network entity.  This index maps to the
       entPhysicalIndex of entPhysicalTable table in RFC 4133.  The
       entPhysicalClass value for the table row must be 'port', as
       the interface must be able to send and receive data."
          REFERENCE           "RFC 4133, RFC 4171, Section 2.5 - 2.8"
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 5 }

      isnsServerTcpPort           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber



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          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          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."
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 6 }

      isnsServerUdpPort           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          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."
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 7 }

      isnsServerDiscontinuityTime OBJECT-TYPE
           SYNTAX                 TimeStamp
           MAX-ACCESS             read-only
           STATUS                 current
           DESCRIPTION
      "The value of sysUpTime on the most recent occasion that
       this iSNS server became active or suffered a
       discontinuity."
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 8 }

      isnsServerRole              OBJECT-TYPE
           SYNTAX                 INTEGER { notSet(1),
                                            server(2),
                                            backupServer(3) }
           MAX-ACCESS             read-only
           STATUS                 current
           DESCRIPTION
      "The current operational mode of this iSNS Server instance.

             Value             Description
           ---------         ----------------
            notSet           The iSNS Server role is not
                             configured.
            server           The iSNS Server instance is
                             an operational iSNS Server.
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                             currently acting as a backup."
          REFERENCE               "RFC 4171, Section 2.7 - 2.8"
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 9 }

      isnsServerDiscoveryMethodsEnabled  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsSrvrDiscoveryMethodsType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Indicates the discovery methods currently enabled for
       this iSNS Server instance.  This allows a client to
       determine what discovery methods can be used for
       this iSNS Server.  Additional methods of discovery may
       also be supported."
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 10 }

      isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupType   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The type of Internet address in
       isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupAddress.  If the address is
       specified, then it must be a valid multicast address and the
       value of this object must be ipv4(1), ipv6(2), ipv4z(3), or
       ipv6z(4); otherwise, the value of this object is
       unknown(0), and the value of
       isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupAddress is the zero-length string."
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 11 }

      isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupAddress  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddress
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          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
       string SHALL be zero-length.  The format of this
       object is specified by isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupType."
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 12 }

      isnsServerEsiNonResponseThreshold OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
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       the number of ESI messages that will be sent without
       receiving a response before an entity is deregistered
       from the iSNS database.  A value of 0 indicates
       Entities will never be deregistered due to non-receipt
       of ESI messages."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 2.4"
          DEFVAL                  { 3 }
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 13 }

      isnsServerEnableControlNodeMgtScn  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  TruthValue
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Indicates if the iSNS Server administrative option to send
       Management SCNs to Control Nodes is enabled.  Management
       SCNs are used by Control Nodes to monitor and control an
       iSNS Server.  If enabled, Control Nodes can register to
       receive Management SCNs."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 2.2.3, 2.4"
          DEFVAL                  { true }
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 14 }

      isnsServerDefaultDdDdsStatus OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  INTEGER { inNoDomain(1),
                                            inDefaultDdAndDds(2) }
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This indicates the Discovery Domain (DD) and Discovery
       Domain Set (DDS) membership status for a new device
       when registered 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 setting
       is inNoDomain."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 2.4"
          DEFVAL                  { inNoDomain }
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 15 }

      isnsServerUpdateDdDdsSupported OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsDdDdsModificationType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The methods that this iSNS Server instance supports
       to modify Discovery Domains and Discovery Domain Sets."
          REFERENCE  "RFC 4171, Section 2.4"
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 16 }



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      isnsServerUpdateDdDdsEnabled OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsDdDdsModificationType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This indicates the methods this server instance currently
       allows for modifying Discovery Domains and Discovery
       Domain Sets."
          REFERENCE  "RFC 4171, Sec 2.2.2 and 2.4"
          ::= { isnsServerEntry 17 }

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

      isnsNumObjectsTable         OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                                      IsnsNumObjectsEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Table providing the number of registered objects of each
       type in the iSNS Server instance.  The number of entries is
       dependent upon the number of iSNS Server instances being
       managed."
          ::= { isnsServerInfo 2 }

      isnsNumObjectsEntry         OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsNumObjectsEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Entry of an iSNS Server instance."
          AUGMENTS { isnsServerEntry }
           ::= { isnsNumObjectsTable 1 }

      IsnsNumObjectsEntry ::= SEQUENCE  {
           isnsNumDds             Gauge32,
           isnsNumDd              Gauge32,
           isnsNumEntities        Gauge32,
           isnsNumPortals         Gauge32,
           isnsNumPortalGroups    Gauge32,
           isnsNumIscsiNodes      Gauge32,
           isnsNumFcPorts         Gauge32,
           isnsNumFcNodes         Gauge32
                                         }




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      isnsNumDds                  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 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 isnsDdsTable."
          ::= { isnsNumObjectsEntry 1 }

      isnsNumDd                   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 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
       isnsDdTable."
          ::= { isnsNumObjectsEntry 2 }

      isnsNumEntities             OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          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."
          ::= { isnsNumObjectsEntry 3 }

      isnsNumPortals              OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 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."
          ::= { isnsNumObjectsEntry 4 }

      isnsNumPortalGroups         OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 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 isnsRegPgTable."
          ::= { isnsNumObjectsEntry 5 }




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      isnsNumIscsiNodes           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 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."
          ::= { isnsNumObjectsEntry 6 }

      isnsNumFcPorts              OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 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."
          ::= { isnsNumObjectsEntry 7 }

      isnsNumFcNodes              OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 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."
          ::= { isnsNumObjectsEntry 8 }

      --
      -- Control node information
      --

      isnsControlNodeInfo     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
                                           { isnsServerInfo 3 }

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

      isnsControlNodeIscsiTable   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                                    IsnsControlNodeIscsiEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION



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      "Specified iSCSI Nodes that can register or are registered
       as control nodes.  The number of rows is dependent on the
       number of iSCSI Control Nodes."
          ::= { isnsControlNodeInfo 1 }

      isnsControlNodeIscsiEntry      OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsControlNodeIscsiEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This is an iSCSI Control Node entry for a specific iSNS
       server instance."
           INDEX          { isnsServerIndex,
                            isnsControlNodeIscsiNodeIndex }
           ::= { isnsControlNodeIscsiTable 1 }

      IsnsControlNodeIscsiEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
           isnsControlNodeIscsiNodeIndex     IsnsNodeIndexId,
           isnsControlNodeIscsiNodeName      SnmpAdminString,
           isnsControlNodeIscsiIsRegistered  TruthValue,
           isnsControlNodeIscsiRcvMgtSCN     TruthValue
                                          }

      isnsControlNodeIscsiNodeIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsNodeIndexId
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The index for the iSCSI storage node authorized to act
       as a control node."
           ::= { isnsControlNodeIscsiEntry 1 }

      isnsControlNodeIscsiNodeName   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The iSCSI Name of the initiator or target associated with
       the storage node.  The iSCSI Name cannot be longer than
       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 and/or acting as a
       control node."
           ::= { isnsControlNodeIscsiEntry 2 }

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



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          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
       "Indicates whether the control node is currently
        registered in the iSNS Server instance."
           ::= { isnsControlNodeIscsiEntry 3 }

      isnsControlNodeIscsiRcvMgtSCN  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  TruthValue
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
       "Indicates whether the Control Node has registered to
        receive Management SCNs.  Management SCNs are sent to
        a Control Node if they are enabled, as indicated by
        isnsServerEnableControlNodeMgtScn, and the Control
        Node has registered for them."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 2.2.3, 2.4"
           ::= { isnsControlNodeIscsiEntry 4 }

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

      isnsControlNodeFcPortTable  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                                    IsnsControlNodeFcPortEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Specified FC Ports that can register or are registered as
       control nodes.  The number of rows is dependent on the
       number of FC Port Control Nodes."
          ::= { isnsControlNodeInfo 2 }

      isnsControlNodeFcPortEntry  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsControlNodeFcPortEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "FC Port control node entry."
           INDEX          { isnsServerIndex,
                            isnsControlNodeFcPortWwpn }
           ::= { isnsControlNodeFcPortTable 1 }

      IsnsControlNodeFcPortEntry ::= SEQUENCE  {
           isnsControlNodeFcPortWwpn          FcNameIdOrZero,
           isnsControlNodeFcPortIsRegistered  TruthValue,



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           isnsControlNodeFcPortRcvMgtSCN     TruthValue
                                               }

      isnsControlNodeFcPortWwpn   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE(8))
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Port World Wide Port Name that can and/or is acting
       as a Control Node for the specified iSNS Server.  A zero-
       length string is not valid for this managed object.
       This managed object, combined with the isnsServerIndex, is
       the key for this table."
           ::= { isnsControlNodeFcPortEntry 1 }

      isnsControlNodeFcPortIsRegistered OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  TruthValue
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
       "Indicates whether the control node is currently
        registered in the iSNS Server instance."
           ::= { isnsControlNodeFcPortEntry 2 }

      isnsControlNodeFcPortRcvMgtSCN OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  TruthValue
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
       "Indicates whether the Control Node has registered to
        receive Management SCNs.  Management SCNs are sent to
        a Control Node if they are enabled, as indicated by
        isnsServerEnableControlNodeMgtScn, and the Control
        Node has registered for them."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 2.2.3, 2.4"
           ::= { isnsControlNodeFcPortEntry 3 }

      --
      -- Discovery Domain Set information
      --

      isnsDdsInfo     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsServerInfo 4 }

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

      isnsDdsTable                OBJECT-TYPE



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          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."
          ::= { isnsDdsInfo 1 }

      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."
          INDEX   { isnsServerIndex, isnsDdsId}
          ::= { isnsDdsTable 1 }

      IsnsDdsEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsDdsId             IsnsDiscoveryDomainSetId,
             isnsDdsSymbolicName   SnmpAdminString,
             isnsDdsStatus         IsnsDdsStatusType
                   }

      isnsDdsId                   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsDiscoveryDomainSetId
          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
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"



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          ::= { isnsDdsEntry 2 }

      isnsDdsStatus               OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsDdsStatusType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The status of this Discovery Domain Set (DDS)."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.11.1.3"
          ::= { isnsDdsEntry 3 }

      --
      -- 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."
          INDEX   { isnsServerIndex,
                    isnsDdsId,
                    isnsDdsMemberDdId }
          ::= { isnsDdsMemberTable 1 }

      IsnsDdsMemberEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsDdsMemberDdId       IsnsDiscoveryDomainId,
             isnsDdsMemberSymbolicName SnmpAdminString



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                   }

      isnsDdsMemberDdId           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsDiscoveryDomainId
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The ID that identifies the Discovery Domain
       that is a member of the Discovery Domain Set."
          ::= { isnsDdsMemberEntry 1 }

      isnsDdsMemberSymbolicName   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Symbolic Name of the Discovery Domain that is a member
       of this DDS.  This value SHALL be identical to the object
       isnsDdSymbolicName for the associated DD ID."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdsMemberEntry 2 }

      --
      -- Discovery Domain information
      --

      isnsDdInfo     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsServerInfo 5 }

      --
      -- 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."
          ::= { isnsDdInfo 1 }

      isnsDdEntry                 OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsDdEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION



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      "Information on a Discovery Domain (DD) registered in
       the iSNS Server instance."
          INDEX   { isnsServerIndex, isnsDdId}
          ::= { isnsDdTable 1 }

      IsnsDdEntry::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsDdId             IsnsDiscoveryDomainId,
             isnsDdSymbolicName   SnmpAdminString,
             isnsDdFeatures       IsnsDdFeatureType
                   }

      isnsDdId                    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsDiscoveryDomainId
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The ID that refers to this Discovery Domain, and the
       index to the table."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdEntry 1 }

      isnsDdSymbolicName          OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdEntry 2 }

      isnsDdFeatures              OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsDdFeatureType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This defines the features the Discovery Domain has."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.11.2.9"
          ::= { isnsDdEntry 3 }










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      --
      -- 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 are the iSNS
       server instance, the DD ID of the Discovery Domain, and
       the iSCSI Node Index of the iSCSI Node."
          INDEX   { isnsServerIndex,
                    isnsDdId,
                    isnsDdIscsiMemberIndex }
          ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberTable 1 }

      IsnsDdIscsiMemberEntry::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsDdIscsiMemberIndex   IsnsNodeIndexId,
             isnsDdIscsiMemberName    SnmpAdminString,
             isnsDdIscsiMemberIsRegistered TruthValue
                   }

      isnsDdIscsiMemberIndex      OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsNodeIndexId
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
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          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberEntry 1 }

      isnsDdIscsiMemberName       OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..223))
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The iSCSI Name associated with the storage node.  The
       iSCSI Name cannot be longer than 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 isnsDdIscsiMemberIndex 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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberEntry 2 }

      isnsDdIscsiMemberIsRegistered 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 "RFC 4171, Section 6.11"
          ::= { isnsDdIscsiMemberEntry 3 }

      --
      -- DD Portal Membership Assignment
      --

      isnsDdPortalMemberTable     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                                    IsnsDdPortalMemberEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible



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          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 preferred
       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 "RFC 4171, 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.  Portals that have been explicitly mapped to 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."
          INDEX   { isnsServerIndex,
                    isnsDdId,
                    isnsDdPortalMemberIndex }
          ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberTable 1 }

      IsnsDdPortalMemberEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsDdPortalMemberIndex        IsnsPortalIndexId,
             isnsDdPortalMemberAddressType  InetAddressType,
             isnsDdPortalMemberAddress      InetAddress,
             isnsDdPortalMemberPortType     IsnsPortalPortTypeId,
             isnsDdPortalMemberPort         InetPortNumber,
             isnsDdPortalMemberIsRegistered TruthValue
                   }



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      isnsDdPortalMemberIndex     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalIndexId
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The index for a portal explicitly contained in the discovery
       domain.  This managed object, combined with isnsServerIndex
       and isnsDdId, is the key for this table."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 1 }

      isnsDdPortalMemberAddressType  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The type of Inet address in isnsDdPortalMemberAddress.  If
       the address is specified, then it must be a valid unicast
       address and the value of this object must be ipv4(1),
       ipv6(2), ipv4z(3), or ipv6z(4); otherwise, the value
       of this object is unknown(0), and the value of
       isnsDdPortalMemberAddress is the zero-length string."
          ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 2 }

      isnsDdPortalMemberAddress   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddress
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Inet Address for the portal.  The format of this
       object is specified by isnsDdPortalMemberAddressType."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 3 }

      isnsDdPortalMemberPortType  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalPortTypeId
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The port type for the portal, either UDP or TCP."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 4 }

      isnsDdPortalMemberPort      OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber ( 1 .. 65535 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current



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          DESCRIPTION
      "The port number for the portal.  Whether the portal
       type is TCP or UDP is indicated by
       isnsDdPortalMemberPortType."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 5 }

      isnsDdPortalMemberIsRegistered 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 "RFC 4171, Section 6.11"
          ::= { isnsDdPortalMemberEntry 6 }

      --
      -- 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."
          INDEX   { isnsServerIndex,
                    isnsDdId,
                    isnsDdFcPortMemberPortName }
          ::= { isnsDdFcPortMemberTable 1 }



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      IsnsDdFcPortMemberEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsDdFcPortMemberPortName FcNameIdOrZero,
             isnsDdFcPortMemberIsRegistered TruthValue
          }

      isnsDdFcPortMemberPortName  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE(8))
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Port WWN of the FC Port that is a member of the DD.  The
       value MUST be a valid FC WWN, as per the FC-GS (Fibre Channel -
       Generic Services) standard.  This managed object, combined
       with the isnsServerIndex and isnsDdId are the key for this
       table.  A zero-length string is not a valid value for this
       managed object."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsDdFcPortMemberEntry 1 }

      isnsDdFcPortMemberIsRegistered 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."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.11"
          ::= { isnsDdFcPortMemberEntry 2 }

      --
      --  Registered Device Information
      --

      isnsReg    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsServerInfo 6 }

      isnsRegEntityInfo           OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                                     ::= { isnsReg    1 }

      --
      -- iSNS Registered Entities Table
      --

      isnsRegEntityTable          OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegEntityEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current



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          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   { isnsServerIndex,
                    isnsRegEntityIndex }
          ::= { isnsRegEntityTable 1 }

      IsnsRegEntityEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsRegEntityIndex          IsnsEntityIndexIdOrZero,
             isnsRegEntityEID            SnmpAdminString,
             isnsRegEntityProtocol       Unsigned32,
             isnsRegEntityManagementAddressType
                                         InetAddressType,
             isnsRegEntityManagementAddress
                                         InetAddress,
             isnsRegEntityTimestamp      TimeStamp,
             isnsRegEntityVersionMin     Unsigned32,
             isnsRegEntityVersionMax     Unsigned32,
             isnsRegEntityRegistrationPeriod
                                         Unsigned32
                  }

      isnsRegEntityIndex          OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsEntityIndexIdOrZero
                                         ( 1 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Entity Index for this entity.  This 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.  Zero is not a valid value for this
       object."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"



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          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 1 }

      isnsRegEntityEID            OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 2 }

      isnsRegEntityProtocol       OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 1 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The block storage protocol supported by this entity, as
       defined in the iSNS Specification, Section 6.2.2.  The
       following values are initially assigned.

                 Type Value       Entity Type
                 ----------       -----------
                    1             No Protocol
                    2             iSCSI
                    3             iFCP
                  All Others      As assigned by IANA

       The full set of current Block Storage Protocols are
       specified in the IANA-maintained registry of assigned
       iSNS parameters.  Please refer to RFC 4171 and the iSNS
       parameters maintained at IANA."
          REFERENCE  "RFC 4171, Section 6.2.2, and IANA Assignments"
          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 3 }

      isnsRegEntityManagementAddressType OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The type of Inet address in isnsRegEntityManagementAddress.
       If the address is specified, then it must be a valid unicast
       address and the value of this object must be ipv4(1),
       ipv6(2), ipv4z(3), or ipv6z(4); otherwise, the value of
       this object is unknown(0), and the value of
       isnsRegEntityManagementAddress is the zero-length string."
          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 4 }



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      isnsRegEntityManagementAddress OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddress
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The iSNS Management IP Address for the registered Entity
       object.  The format of this object is specified by
       isnsRegEntityManagementAddressType."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 5 }

      isnsRegEntityTimestamp      OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  TimeStamp
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The iSNS Entity Registration Timestamp for the registered
       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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 6 }

      isnsRegEntityVersionMin     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 254 | 255 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The minimum version supported for the block storage protocol
       specified by isnsRegEntityProtocol.  The protocol version
       specified can be from 1 to 254.  A value of 255 is a wildcard
       value, indicating no minimum version value has been specified
       for this Entity.  Entity registrations with an
       isnsRegEntityProtocol of 'No Protocol' SHALL have an
       isnsRegEntityVersionMin value of 0."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.2.5"
          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 7 }

      isnsRegEntityVersionMax     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 254 | 255 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The maximum version supported for the block storage protocol
       specified by isnsRegEntityProtocol.  The protocol version
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       value, indicating no maximum version value has been specified
       for this Entity.  Entity registrations with an
       isnsRegEntityProtocol of 'No Protocol' SHALL have an
       isnsRegEntityVersionMax value of 0."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.2.5"
          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 8 }

      isnsRegEntityRegistrationPeriod OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
          UNITS                   "seconds"
          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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegEntityEntry 9 }

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

      isnsRegEntityNumObjectsTable    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                                    IsnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry
          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.  The number of entries in the table is
       dependent on the number of registered Entity objects in the
       iSNS."
          ::= { isnsRegEntityInfo 2 }

      isnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry
          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."
          INDEX   { isnsServerIndex,
                    isnsRegEntityIndex }



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          ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjectsTable 1 }

      IsnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals      Gauge32,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups Gauge32,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes   Gauge32,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts      Gauge32,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes      Gauge32
                  }

      isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The number of Portals associated with this Entity."
          ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry 1 }

      isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The number of Portal Groups associated with this Entity."
          ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry 2 }

      isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The number of iSCSI Storage Nodes associated with this
       Entity."
          ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry 3 }

      isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The number of FC Ports associated with this Entity."
          ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry 4 }

      isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current



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          DESCRIPTION
      "The number of FC Nodes associated with this Entity."
          ::= { isnsRegEntityNumObjectsEntry 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.
       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   { isnsServerIndex,
                    isnsRegEntityIndex,
                    isnsRegPortalPortalIndex }
          ::= { isnsRegPortalTable 1 }

      IsnsRegPortalEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsRegPortalPortalIndex    IsnsPortalIndexId,
             isnsRegPortalAddressType    InetAddressType,
             isnsRegPortalAddress        InetAddress,
             isnsRegPortalPortType       IsnsPortalPortTypeId,
             isnsRegPortalPort           InetPortNumber,
             isnsRegPortalSymbolicName   SnmpAdminString,
             isnsRegPortalEsiInterval    Unsigned32,
             isnsRegPortalEsiPortType    IsnsPortalPortTypeId,



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             isnsRegPortalEsiPort        InetPortNumber,
             isnsRegPortalScnPortType    IsnsPortalPortTypeId,
             isnsRegPortalScnPort        InetPortNumber,
             isnsRegPortalSecurityInfo   IsnsPortalSecurityType
                  }

      isnsRegPortalPortalIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalIndexId
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The index for this Entity Portal."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 1 }

      isnsRegPortalAddressType    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The type of Inet address in isnsRegPortalAddress.  If the
       address is specified, then it must be a valid unicast
       address and the value of this object must be ipv4(1),
       ipv6(2), ipv4z(3), or ipv6z(4); otherwise, the value
       of this object is unknown(0), and the value of
       isnsRegPortalAddress is the zero-length string."
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 2 }

      isnsRegPortalAddress        OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddress
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Inet Address for this Portal as defined in the iSNS
       Specification, RFC 4171.  The format of this object is
       specified by isnsRegPortalAddressType."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 3 }

      isnsRegPortalPortType       OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalPortTypeId
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The port type for this Portal, either UDP or TCP, as
       defined in the iSNS Specification, RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 4 }



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      isnsRegPortalPort           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber ( 1 .. 65535 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The port number for this Portal as defined in the
       iSNS Specification, RFC 4171.  Whether the Portal type
       is TCP or UDP is indicated by isnsRegPortalPortType."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 5 }

      isnsRegPortalSymbolicName   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Symbolic Name for this Portal as defined in the iSNS
       Specification, RFC 4171.  If not provided, then the string
       SHALL be zero-length."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 6 }

      isnsRegPortalEsiInterval    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
          UNITS                   "seconds"
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Entity Status Inquiry (ESI) Interval for this Portal
       as defined in the iSNS Specification, RFC 4171.  A value of
       0 indicates that ESI monitoring has not been configured for
       this Portal."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.3.4"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 7 }

      isnsRegPortalEsiPortType    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalPortTypeId
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The port type for the ESI Port, either UDP or TCP, as
       defined in the iSNS Specification, RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 8 }

      isnsRegPortalEsiPort        OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber



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          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.  A value of 0 indicates that ESI
       monitoring is not enabled for this Portal."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 9 }

      isnsRegPortalScnPortType    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalPortTypeId
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The port type for the SCN Port, either UDP or TCP, as
       defined in the iSNS Specification, RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 10 }

      isnsRegPortalScnPort        OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber
          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.  A value of 0
       indicates that SCN message receipt is not enabled for this
       Portal."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPortalEntry 11 }

      isnsRegPortalSecurityInfo   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalSecurityType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Indicates security attribute settings for the Portal as
       registered in the iSNS server.  The bit for bitmapVALID must
       be set in order for this attribute to contain valid
       information.  Setting a bit to 1 indicates the
       feature is enabled."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.3.9"
          ::= { 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   { isnsServerIndex,
                    isnsRegEntityIndex,
                    isnsRegPgIndex }
          ::= { isnsRegPgTable 1 }

      IsnsRegPgEntry ::=
          SEQUENCE {
             isnsRegPgIndex              IsnsPortalGroupIndexId,
             isnsRegPgIscsiNodeIndex     IsnsNodeIndexId,
             isnsRegPgIscsiName          SnmpAdminString,
             isnsRegPgPortalPortalIndex  IsnsPortalIndexId,
             isnsRegPgPortalAddressType  InetAddressType,
             isnsRegPgPortalAddress      InetAddress,
             isnsRegPgPortalPortType     IsnsPortalPortTypeId,
             isnsRegPgPortalPort         InetPortNumber,
             isnsRegPgPGT                IsnsPortalGroupTagIdOrNull
                   }



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      isnsRegPgIndex              OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalGroupIndexId
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 1 }

      isnsRegPgIscsiNodeIndex     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsNodeIndexId
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The index for the iSCSI Node associated with this PG.
       This index can be used to reference the
       isnsRegIscsiNodeTable."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, 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 cannot be longer than
       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 }

      isnsRegPgPortalPortalIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalIndexId
          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 }

      isnsRegPgPortalAddressType  OBJECT-TYPE



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          SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The type of Inet address in isnsRegPgPortalAddress.  If
       the address is specified, then it must be a valid unicast
       address and the value of this object must be ipv4(1),
       ipv6(2), ipv4z(3), or ipv6z(4); otherwise, the value
       of this object is unknown(0), and the value of
       isnsRegPgPortalAddress is the zero-length string."
          ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 5 }

      isnsRegPgPortalAddress      OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddress
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Inet Address for the Portal that is associated with
       the PG.  The format of this object is specified by
       isnsRegPgPortalAddressType."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 6 }

      isnsRegPgPortalPortType     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalPortTypeId
          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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 7 }

      isnsRegPgPortalPort         OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber ( 1 .. 65535 )
          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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegPgEntry 8 }

      isnsRegPgPGT                OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsPortalGroupTagIdOrNull
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current



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          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, RFC 3720.  A PGT with no association is a
       NULL value.  The value of -1 indicates a NULL value."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6, and RFC 3720"
          ::= { 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
      "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.  New rows cannot be added using
       SNMP."
          INDEX { isnsServerIndex,
                  isnsRegEntityIndex,
                  isnsRegIscsiNodeIndex }
          ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeTable 1 }

      IsnsRegIscsiNodeEntry ::= SEQUENCE {



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          isnsRegIscsiNodeIndex          IsnsNodeIndexId,
          isnsRegIscsiNodeName           SnmpAdminString,
          isnsRegIscsiNodeType           IsnsIscsiNodeType,
          isnsRegIscsiNodeAlias          SnmpAdminString,
          isnsRegIscsiNodeScnTypes       IsnsIscsiScnType,
          isnsRegIscsiNodeWwnToken       FcNameIdOrZero,
          isnsRegIscsiNodeAuthMethod     SnmpAdminString
                                       }

      isnsRegIscsiNodeIndex       OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsNodeIndexId
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The index for this iSCSI node."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, 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
       the storage node.  The iSCSI Name cannot be longer than
       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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 2 }

      isnsRegIscsiNodeType        OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsIscsiNodeType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Node Type defining the functions of this iSCSI node."
          ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 3 }

      isnsRegIscsiNodeAlias       OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          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 "RFC 4171, Section 6"



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          ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 4 }

      isnsRegIscsiNodeScnTypes    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsIscsiScnType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The State Change Notification (SCN) types enabled for this
       iSCSI node."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.4.4"
          ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 5 }

      isnsRegIscsiNodeWwnToken    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This contains a 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 RFC 4171.  A zero-length string
       for this managed object indicates that a Node WWN token has
       not been assigned."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 6 }

      isnsRegIscsiNodeAuthMethod  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          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
       RFC 3720 - iSCSI.  Additional vendor-specific text values
       are also possible."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6, and RFC 3720"
          ::= { isnsRegIscsiNodeEntry 7 }

      --
      -- iSNS Registered FC Node Information
      --

      isnsRegFcNodeInfo     OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsReg  5 }



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      --
      -- 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.
       This supports iFCP as defined in RFC 4172."
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeInfo 1 }

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

      IsnsRegFcNodeEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
          isnsRegFcNodeWwnn           FcNameIdOrZero,
          isnsRegFcNodeSymbolicName   SnmpAdminString,
          isnsRegFcNodeAddressType    InetAddressType,
          isnsRegFcNodeAddress        InetAddress,
          isnsRegFcNodeIPA            OCTET STRING,
          isnsRegFcNodeProxyIscsiName SnmpAdminString,
          isnsRegFcNodeNumFcPorts     Gauge32
                                      }

      isnsRegFcNodeWwnn           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE(8))
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Node World Wide Node Name as defined in the iSNS
       Specification, RFC 4171.  A zero-length string is not valid
       for this managed object."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 1 }

      isnsRegFcNodeSymbolicName   OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString



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          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Node Symbolic Name of the node as defined in the
       iSNS Specification, RFC 4171.  This is a variable-length
       text-based description.  If not provided, then the string
       SHALL be zero-length."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 2 }

      isnsRegFcNodeAddressType    OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The type of Inet address in isnsRegFcNodeAddress.  If
       the address is specified, then it must be a valid unicast
       address and the value of this object must be ipv4(1),
       ipv6(2), ipv4z(3), or ipv6z(4); otherwise, the value
       of this object is unknown(0), and the value of
       isnsRegFcNodeAddress is the zero-length string."
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 3 }

      isnsRegFcNodeAddress        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, RFC 4171.  The format of this object is
       specified by isnsRegFcNodeAddressType."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, 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, RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 5 }

      isnsRegFcNodeProxyIscsiName OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE (0..223))
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only



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          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
       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  "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 6 }

      isnsRegFcNodeNumFcPorts     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Gauge32 ( 0 .. 4294967295 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The number of FC Ports associated with this FC Node."
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeEntry 7 }

      --
      -- iSNS Registered FC Port Table
      --

      isnsRegFcPortTable          OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF IsnsRegFcPortEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Information on registered FC N_Ports in the iSNS.  FC Ports
       are associated with registered FC Nodes.  This supports
       iFCP as defined in RFC 4172."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4172, Section 4"
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeInfo 2 }

      isnsRegFcPortEntry          OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                   IsnsRegFcPortEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Information on one FC Port that has been registered in
       iSNS."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4172, Section 4"
          INDEX { isnsServerIndex,
                  isnsRegEntityIndex,
                  isnsRegFcPortWwpn }
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortTable 1 }

      IsnsRegFcPortEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
          isnsRegFcPortWwpn              FcNameIdOrZero,



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          isnsRegFcPortID                FcAddressIdOrZero,
          isnsRegFcPortType              Unsigned32,
          isnsRegFcPortSymbolicName      SnmpAdminString,
          isnsRegFcPortFabricPortWwn     FcNameIdOrZero,
          isnsRegFcPortHA                FcAddressIdOrZero,
          isnsRegFcPortAddressType       InetAddressType,
          isnsRegFcPortAddress           InetAddress,
          isnsRegFcPortFcCos             IsnsFcClassOfServiceType,
          isnsRegFcPortFc4Types          OCTET STRING,
          isnsRegFcPortFc4Descr          SnmpAdminString,
          isnsRegFcPortFc4Features       OCTET STRING,
          isnsRegFcPortScnTypes          IsnsIfcpScnType,
          isnsRegFcPortRole              IsnsFcPortRoleType,
          isnsRegFcPortFcNodeWwnn        FcNameIdOrZero,
          isnsRegFcPortPpnWwn            FcNameIdOrZero
                                      }

      isnsRegFcPortWwpn           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero (SIZE(8))
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Port's World Wide Port Name as defined in the iSNS
       Specification, RFC 4171.  A zero-length string is not valid
       for this managed object."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, 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,
       RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 2 }

      isnsRegFcPortType           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  Unsigned32 ( 0 .. 65535 )
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Port Type as defined in the iSNS Specification,
       RFC 4171, and the Fibre Channel Generic Services
       Specification.  Current values are as shown below:
              unknown      (0),
              nPort        (1),



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              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)
       The future assignment of any additional values will be
       documented in a revision of RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.6.3"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 3 }

      isnsRegFcPortSymbolicName OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS            read-only
          STATUS                current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Port Symbolic Name as defined in the iSNS
       Specification, RFC 4171.  If not provided, then the
       string SHALL be zero-length."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, 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, RFC 4171.  A zero-length string for this
       managed object indicates that the Fabric Port WWN is not
       known, or has not yet been registered with the iSNS Server."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, 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, RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 6 }

      isnsRegFcPortAddressType    OBJECT-TYPE



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          SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The type of Inet address in isnsRegFcPortAddress.  If
       the address is specified, then it must be a valid unicast
       address and the value of this object must be ipv4(1),
       ipv6(2), ipv4z(3), or ipv6z(4); otherwise, the value
       of this object is unknown(0), and the value of
       isnsRegFcPortAddress is the zero-length string."
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 7 }

      isnsRegFcPortAddress        OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddress
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Port Inet Address as defined in the iSNS
       Specification, RFC 4171.  The format of this object is
       specified by isnsRegFcPortAddressType."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 8 }

      isnsRegFcPortFcCos          OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsFcClassOfServiceType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Port Class of Service as defined in the iSNS
       Specification, RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE  "RFC 4171, 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, RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.6.9"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 10 }

      isnsRegFcPortFc4Descr       OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString (SIZE(4..255))
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION



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      "The FC Port FC-4 Descriptor as defined in the iSNS
       Specification, RFC 4171.  The FC-4 Descriptor cannot be
       longer than 255 bytes.  The iSNS Server internal maximum
       size is 256 bytes to provide NULL termination."
           REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.6.10"
         ::= { 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, RFC 4171."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6.6.11"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 12 }

      isnsRegFcPortScnTypes       OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsIfcpScnType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The iFCP State Change Notification (SCN) types enabled for
       the registered object."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 13 }

      isnsRegFcPortRole           OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsFcPortRoleType
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Port Role defines the role of the registered
       object."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 14 }

      isnsRegFcPortFcNodeWwnn     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The FC Node World Wide Node Name that is associated with
       this FC Port as defined in the iSNS Specification, RFC 4171.
       This managed object may contain a zero-length string prior
       to a device registering this value with the iSNS Server."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 15 }



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      isnsRegFcPortPpnWwn         OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  FcNameIdOrZero
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Permanent Port Name (PPN) 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, RFC 4171.  This managed
       object may contain a zero-length string prior to a device
       registering this value with the iSNS Server."
          REFERENCE "RFC 4171, Section 6"
          ::= { isnsRegFcPortEntry 16 }

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

      isnsRegFcNodePortTable      OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SEQUENCE OF
                                    IsnsRegFcNodePortEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "A table containing the mapping of a registered FC Node and
       associated registered iFCP Port to the supporting registered
       Entity object in an iSNS Server instance."
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodeInfo 3 }

      isnsRegFcNodePortEntry      OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsRegFcNodePortEntry
          MAX-ACCESS              not-accessible
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Information on one mapping from an FC Node and iFCP Port to
       an Entity object registered in an iSNS."
          INDEX { isnsServerIndex,
                  isnsRegFcNodeWwnn,
                  isnsRegFcPortWwpn }
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodePortTable 1 }

      IsnsRegFcNodePortEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
              isnsRegFcNodePortEntityIndex IsnsEntityIndexIdOrZero
                                          }



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      isnsRegFcNodePortEntityIndex OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  IsnsEntityIndexIdOrZero
          MAX-ACCESS              read-only
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The Entity Index for the registered Entity object
       associated with the FC Port and FC Node.  This managed
       object may contain the value of zero prior to a device
       registering this value with the iSNS Server."
          ::= { isnsRegFcNodePortEntry 1 }

      --
      -- iSNS Notifications Information -----------------
      --

      isnsNotificationsInfo        OBJECT IDENTIFIER
                                        ::= { isnsObjects 2 }

      isnsInstanceInfo            OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Textual information about the notification event and the
       iSNS Server generating the notification.  An example is:
       iSNS Server Started."
          ::= { isnsNotificationsInfo 1 }

      isnsAddressNotificationType OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddressType
          MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "The type of Inet address in isnsAddressNotification.  If
       the address is specified, then it must be a valid unicast
       address and the value of this object must be ipv4(1),
       ipv6(2), ipv4z(3), or ipv6z(4); otherwise, the value
       of this object is unknown(0), and the value of
       isnsAddressNotification is the zero-length string."
          ::= { isnsNotificationsInfo 2 }

      isnsAddressNotification     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetAddress
          MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
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       this object is specified by isnsAddressNotificationType.
       The IP address will always be specified in the notification
       unless an error causes the IP address to not be known."
          ::= { isnsNotificationsInfo 3 }

      isnsTcpPortNotification     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber
          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."
          ::= { isnsNotificationsInfo 4 }

      isnsUdpPortNotification     OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX                  InetPortNumber
          MAX-ACCESS              accessible-for-notify
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Indicates the UDP port the iSNS Server is using,
       or 0 if UDP-based registrations are not supported."
          ::= { isnsNotificationsInfo 5 }

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

      isnsServerStart             NOTIFICATION-TYPE
          OBJECTS {
              isnsInstanceInfo,
              isnsAddressNotificationType,
              isnsAddressNotification,
              isnsTcpPortNotification,
              isnsUdpPortNotification
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This notification is sent when an iSNS Server begins
       operation.  The notification provides the following:
              isnsInstanceInfo : iSNS Server textual information
              isnsAddressTypeNotification : iSNS Server address type
              isnsAddressNotification : iSNS Server address
              isnsTcpPortNotification : iSNS Server TCP Port
              isnsUdpPortNotification : iSNS Server UDP Port
      "
          ::= { isnsNotifications 1 }

      isnsServerShutdown          NOTIFICATION-TYPE



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          OBJECTS {
              isnsInstanceInfo,
              isnsAddressNotificationType,
              isnsAddressNotification,
              isnsTcpPortNotification,
              isnsUdpPortNotification
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "This notification is sent when an iSNS Server is
       shutdown.  The notification provides the following:
              isnsInstanceInfo : iSNS Server textual information
              isnsAddressTypeNotification : iSNS Server address type
              isnsAddressNotification : iSNS Server address
              isnsTcpPortNotification : iSNS Server TCP Port
              isnsUdpPortNotification : iSNS Server UDP Port
      "
          ::= { isnsNotifications 2 }

      ------------------------------------------------------------
      --
      -- Compliance Information
      --

      isnsCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsConformance 1 }

      isnsIscsiServerCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Initial compliance statement for an iSNS Server
       providing support to iSCSI clients."
          MODULE       -- this module
          MANDATORY-GROUPS {
              isnsServerAttributesGroup,
              isnsServerIscsiControlNodeGroup,
              isnsServerIscsiDdsDdObjGroup,
              isnsServerRegIscsiObjGroup,
              isnsServerNumObjectsGroup,
              isnsNotificationsObjGroup,
              isnsServerNotificationGroup
                           }
          OBJECT isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       is required."




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          OBJECT isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsDdPortalMemberAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsDdPortalMemberAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsRegEntityManagementAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsRegEntityManagementAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsRegPortalAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsRegPortalAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsRegPgPortalAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }



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          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsRegPgPortalAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsAddressNotificationType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsAddressNotification
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."
          ::= { isnsCompliances 1 }

      isnsIfcpServerCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "Initial compliance statement for an iSNS Server
       providing support to iFCP Clients."
          MODULE       -- this module
          MANDATORY-GROUPS {
              isnsServerAttributesGroup,
              isnsServerIfcpPortControlNodeGroup,
              isnsServerIfcpDdsDdObjGroup,
              isnsServerRegIfcpObjGroup,
              isnsServerNumObjectsGroup,
              isnsNotificationsObjGroup,
              isnsServerNotificationGroup
                           }
          OBJECT isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, and ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))



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          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z,
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsDdPortalMemberAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, and ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsDdPortalMemberAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z,
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsRegEntityManagementAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, and ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsRegEntityManagementAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z,
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsRegPortalAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, and ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsRegPortalAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z,
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsRegFcNodeAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, and ipv6z



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       is required."

          OBJECT isnsRegFcNodeAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z,
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsRegFcPortAddressType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, and ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsRegFcPortAddress
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z,
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."

          OBJECT isnsAddressNotificationType
          SYNTAX InetAddressType { unknown(0), ipv4(1), ipv6(2),
                                     ipv4z(3), ipv6z(4) }
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only support for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, and ipv6z
       is required."

          OBJECT isnsAddressNotification
          SYNTAX InetAddress (SIZE (0 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 20 ))
          DESCRIPTION
      "Only addresses for unknown, ipv4, ipv6, ipv4z, ipv6z,
       and their related SIZE need to be supported."
          ::= { isnsCompliances 2 }

   isnsGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { isnsConformance 2 }

      isnsServerAttributesGroup      OBJECT-GROUP
          OBJECTS {
             isnsServerName,
             isnsServerIsnsVersion,
             isnsServerVendorInfo,
             isnsServerPhysicalIndex,
             isnsServerTcpPort,
             isnsServerUdpPort,
             isnsServerDiscontinuityTime,
             isnsServerRole,
             isnsServerDiscoveryMethodsEnabled,



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             isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupType,
             isnsServerDiscoveryMcGroupAddress,
             isnsServerEsiNonResponseThreshold,
             isnsServerEnableControlNodeMgtScn,
             isnsServerDefaultDdDdsStatus,
             isnsServerUpdateDdDdsSupported,
             isnsServerUpdateDdDdsEnabled
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Server attributes."
             ::= { isnsGroups 1 }

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

      isnsServerIscsiControlNodeGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
          OBJECTS {
             isnsControlNodeIscsiNodeName,
             isnsControlNodeIscsiIsRegistered,
             isnsControlNodeIscsiRcvMgtSCN
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Server iSCSI control node managed objects."
             ::= { isnsGroups 3 }




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      isnsServerIfcpPortControlNodeGroup   OBJECT-GROUP
          OBJECTS {
             isnsControlNodeFcPortIsRegistered,
             isnsControlNodeFcPortRcvMgtSCN
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Server iFCP Port control node managed objects."
             ::= { isnsGroups 4 }

      isnsServerIscsiDdsDdObjGroup   OBJECT-GROUP
          OBJECTS {
             isnsDdsSymbolicName,
             isnsDdsStatus,
             isnsDdsMemberSymbolicName,
             isnsDdSymbolicName,
             isnsDdFeatures,
             isnsDdIscsiMemberName,
             isnsDdIscsiMemberIsRegistered,
             isnsDdPortalMemberAddressType,
             isnsDdPortalMemberAddress,
             isnsDdPortalMemberPortType,
             isnsDdPortalMemberPort,
             isnsDdPortalMemberIsRegistered
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Server DDS and DD managed objects for iSCSI."
             ::= { isnsGroups 5 }

      isnsServerIfcpDdsDdObjGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
          OBJECTS {
             isnsDdsSymbolicName,
             isnsDdsStatus,
             isnsDdSymbolicName,
             isnsDdFeatures,
             isnsDdPortalMemberAddressType,
             isnsDdPortalMemberAddress,
             isnsDdPortalMemberPortType,
             isnsDdPortalMemberPort,
             isnsDdPortalMemberIsRegistered,
             isnsDdFcPortMemberIsRegistered
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Server DDS and DD managed objects for iFCP."
             ::= { isnsGroups 6 }




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      isnsServerRegIscsiObjGroup   OBJECT-GROUP
          OBJECTS {
             isnsRegEntityEID,
             isnsRegEntityProtocol,
             isnsRegEntityManagementAddressType,
             isnsRegEntityManagementAddress,
             isnsRegEntityTimestamp,
             isnsRegEntityVersionMin,
             isnsRegEntityVersionMax,
             isnsRegEntityRegistrationPeriod,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes,
             isnsRegPortalAddressType,
             isnsRegPortalAddress,
             isnsRegPortalPortType,
             isnsRegPortalPort,
             isnsRegPortalSymbolicName,
             isnsRegPortalEsiInterval,
             isnsRegPortalEsiPortType,
             isnsRegPortalEsiPort,
             isnsRegPortalScnPortType,
             isnsRegPortalScnPort,
             isnsRegPortalSecurityInfo,
             isnsRegPgIscsiNodeIndex,
             isnsRegPgIscsiName,
             isnsRegPgPortalPortalIndex,
             isnsRegPgPortalAddressType,
             isnsRegPgPortalAddress,
             isnsRegPgPortalPortType,
             isnsRegPgPortalPort,
             isnsRegPgPGT,
             isnsRegIscsiNodeName,
             isnsRegIscsiNodeType,
             isnsRegIscsiNodeAlias,
             isnsRegIscsiNodeScnTypes,
             isnsRegIscsiNodeWwnToken,
             isnsRegIscsiNodeAuthMethod
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Server registered iSCSI managed objects."
             ::= { isnsGroups 7 }

      isnsServerRegIfcpObjGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
          OBJECTS {



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             isnsRegEntityEID,
             isnsRegEntityProtocol,
             isnsRegEntityManagementAddressType,
             isnsRegEntityManagementAddress,
             isnsRegEntityTimestamp,
             isnsRegEntityVersionMin,
             isnsRegEntityVersionMax,
             isnsRegEntityRegistrationPeriod,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortals,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumPortalGroups,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumIscsiNodes,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcPorts,
             isnsRegEntityInfoNumFcNodes,
             isnsRegPortalAddressType,
             isnsRegPortalAddress,
             isnsRegPortalPortType,
             isnsRegPortalPort,
             isnsRegPortalSymbolicName,
             isnsRegPortalEsiInterval,
             isnsRegPortalEsiPortType,
             isnsRegPortalEsiPort,
             isnsRegPortalScnPortType,
             isnsRegPortalScnPort,
             isnsRegPortalSecurityInfo,
             isnsRegFcPortID,
             isnsRegFcPortType,
             isnsRegFcPortSymbolicName,
             isnsRegFcPortFabricPortWwn,
             isnsRegFcPortHA,
             isnsRegFcPortAddressType,
             isnsRegFcPortAddress,
             isnsRegFcPortFcCos,
             isnsRegFcPortFc4Types,
             isnsRegFcPortFc4Descr,
             isnsRegFcPortFc4Features,
             isnsRegFcPortScnTypes,
             isnsRegFcPortRole,
             isnsRegFcPortFcNodeWwnn,
             isnsRegFcPortPpnWwn,
             isnsRegFcNodeSymbolicName,
             isnsRegFcNodeAddressType,
             isnsRegFcNodeAddress,
             isnsRegFcNodeIPA,
             isnsRegFcNodeProxyIscsiName,
             isnsRegFcNodeNumFcPorts,
             isnsRegFcNodePortEntityIndex
                  }
          STATUS                  current



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          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Server registered iFCP managed objects."
             ::= { isnsGroups 8 }

      isnsNotificationsObjGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
          OBJECTS {
             isnsInstanceInfo,
             isnsAddressNotificationType,
             isnsAddressNotification,
             isnsTcpPortNotification,
             isnsUdpPortNotification
                  }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Notification managed objects."
             ::= { isnsGroups 9 }

      isnsServerNotificationGroup  NOTIFICATION-GROUP
          NOTIFICATIONS {
             isnsServerStart,
             isnsServerShutdown
                        }
          STATUS                  current
          DESCRIPTION
      "iSNS Server Notification managed objects."
             ::= { isnsGroups 10 }
   END

6.  IANA Considerations

   The MIB module in this document uses the following IANA-assigned
   OBJECT IDENTIFIER values recorded in the SMI Numbers registry:

         Descriptor        OBJECT IDENTIFIER value
         ----------        -----------------------

         isnsMIB           { mib-2 163 }

   This RFC utilizes the IANA registry of iSNS parameters.  This
   registry was created for the iSNS Specification [RFC4171], and is
   located at http://www.iana.org/assignments/isns-parameters.
   Specifically, the isnsRegEntityProtocol values used in the MIB module
   are the values for the Block Storage Protocols that IANA assigns and
   documents in http://www.iana.org/assignments/isns-parameters.







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7.  Security Considerations

   There are no management objects defined in this MIB module that have
   a MAX-ACCESS clause of read-write and/or read-create.  So, if this
   MIB module is implemented correctly, then there is no risk that an
   intruder can alter or create any management objects of this MIB
   module via direct SNMP SET operations.

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

   The isnsDdsMemberTable contains information about which Discovery
   Domains may be enabled at the same time.

   The isnsDdTable contains information about Discovery Domains,
   containing storage nodes with an ability to communicate and exchange
   storage data.

   The isnsDdIscsiMemberTable indicates which iSCSI nodes are contained
   in which Discovery Domains.

   The isnsDdPortalMemberTable indicates which iSCSI portals are
   contained in which Discovery Domains.

   The isnsDdFcPortMemberTable indicates which iFCP FC N_Ports are
   contained in which Discovery Domains.

   The isnsControlNodeIscsiTable indicates which iSCSI nodes have the
   ability to possibly control an iSNS server.

   The isnsControlNodeFcPortTable indicates which iFCP FC N_Ports have
   the ability to possibly control an iSNS server.

   The above object tables provide information about storage objects
   sessions, and can indicate to a user who is communicating and
   exchanging storage data.

   SNMP versions prior to SNMPv3 did not include adequate security.
   Even if the network itself is secure (for example by using IPsec),
   even then, there is no control as to who on the secure network is
   allowed to access and GET/SET (read/change/create/delete) the objects
   in this MIB module.




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   It is RECOMMENDED that implementers consider the security features as
   provided by the SNMPv3 framework (see [RFC3410], section 8),
   including full support for the SNMPv3 cryptographic mechanisms (for
   authentication and privacy).

   Further, deployment of SNMP versions prior to SNMPv3 is NOT
   RECOMMENDED.  Instead, it is RECOMMENDED to deploy SNMPv3 and to
   enable cryptographic security.  It is then a customer/operator
   responsibility to ensure that the SNMP entity giving access to an
   instance of this MIB module is properly configured to give access to
   the objects only to those principals (users) that have legitimate
   rights to indeed GET or SET (change/create/delete) them.

8.  Normative References

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

   [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.

   [RFC3411]  Harrington, D., Presuhn, R., and B. Wijnen, "An
              Architecture for Describing Simple Network Management
              Protocol (SNMP) Management Frameworks", STD 62, RFC 3411,
              December 2002.

   [RFC3720]  Satran, J., Meth, K., Sapuntzakis, C., Chadalapaka, M.,
              and E. Zeidner, "Internet Small Computer Systems Interface
              (iSCSI)", RFC 3720, March 2004.

   [RFC4001]  Daniele, M., Haberman, B., Routhier, S., and J.
              Schoenwaelder, "Textual Conventions for Internet Network
              Addresses", RFC 4001, February 2005.

   [RFC4044]  McCloghrie, K., "Fibre Channel Management MIB", RFC 4044,
              May 2005.





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   [RFC4133]  McCloghrie, K. and A. Bierman, "Entity MIB (Version 3)",
              RFC 4133, August 2005.

   [RFC4171]  Tseng, J., Gibbons, K., Travostino, F., Du Laney, C., and
              J. Souza, "Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS)", RFC
              4171, September 2005.

   [RFC4172]  Monia, C., Mullendore, R., Travostino, F., Jeong, W., and
              M. Edwards, "iFCP - A Protocol for Internet Fibre Channel
              Storage Networking", RFC 4172, September 2005.

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.

10.  Acknowledgements

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

   We wish to acknowledge the contributions and comments from the IPS
   WG, including the following:

         IPS WG Chair: David Black
         Former Editors: Josh Tseng and Tom McSweeney
         MIB Editors: Keith McCloghrie and Bert Wijnen























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Authors' Addresses

   Kevin Gibbons
   2Wire, Inc.
   1704 Automation Parkway
   San Jose, CA 95131
   USA
   Tel:   +1 408-895-1387
   Fax:   +1 408-428-9590
   EMail: kgibbons@yahoo.com

   G.D. Ramkumar
   SnapTell, Inc.
   2741 Middlefield Rd, Suite 200
   Palo Alto, CA 94306
   USA
   Tel:   +1 650-326-7627
   Fax:   +1 650-326-7620
   EMail: gramkumar@stanfordalumni.org

   Scott Kipp
   Brocade
   4 McDATA Pkwy
   Broomfield, CO 80021
   USA
   Tel:   +1 720-558-3452
   Fax:   +1 720-558-8999
   EMail: skipp@brocade.com























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