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     Internet Draft                                           Charles Schell
     draft-ietf-ipcdn-pktc-signaling-00.txt                         Motorola
                                                                Satish Kumar
                                                           Texas Instruments
                                                       Sumanth Channabasappa
                                                          Alopa Networks Inc
     Expires: April 25, 2003                                October 25, 2002
     
     
     
                          Network Control Signaling (NCS) Signaling MIB
                             for PacketCable/IPCablecom MTAs
     
     Status of this Memo
     
        This document is an Internet-Draft and is in full conformance with
        all provisions of RFC 2026 [18].
     
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     Copyright Notice
     
        Copyright (C) The Internet Society (2002). All Rights Reserved.
     
     Abstract
     
        This memo defines the Signaling Management Information Base (MIB)
        for use with network management protocols in the Internet community.
        In particular, it provides a common data and format representation
        for PacketCable/IPCablecom compliant Multimedia Terminal Adapter
        devices.
        This memo specifies a MIB module in a manner that is compliant to
        the SNMP SMIv2 [5][6][7].  The set of objects are consistent with
        the SNMP framework and existing SNMP standards.
     
     
     
     
     
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     Table of Contents
     
        1 The SNMP Management Framework ................................... 2
        2 Glossary ........................................................ 3
        2.1 MTA  .......................................................... 3
        3 Overview ........................................................ 3
        3.1 Structure of the MIB .......................................... 3
        3.1.1 pktcSigMibObjects ........................................... 3
        3.1.1.1 pktcSigDevConfigObjects ................................... 4
        3.1.1.2 pktcNcsEndPntConfigObjects ................................ 5
        3.1.1.3 pktcSigEndPntConfigObjects ................................ 5
        3.1.1.4 PktcDcsEndPntConfigObjects ................................ 5
        3.1.2 pktcSigNotification ......................................... 5
        3.1.3 pktcSigConformance .......................................... 6
        4 Definitions ..................................................... 6
        5 Acknowledgments ................................................ 28
        6 References ..................................................... 28
        7 Security Considerations ........................................ 30
        8 Intellectual Property .......................................... 30
        9 Authors Addresses .............................................. 31
        10 Full Copyright Statement ...................................... 31
     
     
     
     1.  The SNMP Management Framework
     
        The SNMP Management Framework presently consists of five major
        components:
     
        o   An overall architecture, described in RFC 2571 [1].
     
        o   Mechanisms for describing and naming objects and events for the
            purpose of management. The first version of this Structure of
            Management Information (SMI) is called SMIv1 and described in STD
            16, RFC 1155 [2], STD 16, RFC 1212 [3] and RFC 1215 [4]. The
            second version, called SMIv2, is described in STD 58, RFC 2578
            [5], STD 58, RFC 2579 [6] and STD 58, RFC 2580 [7].
     
        o   Message protocols for transferring management information. The
            first version of the SNMP message protocol is called SNMPv1 and
            described in RFC 1157 [8]. A second version of the SNMP message
            protocol, which is not an Internet standards track protocol, is
            called SNMPv2c and described in RFC 1901 [9] and RFC 1906 [10].
            The third version of the message protocol is called SNMPv3 and
            described in RFC 1906 [10], RFC 2572 [11] and RFC 2574 [12].
     
        o   Protocol operations for accessing management information. The
            first set of protocol operations and associated PDU formats is
     
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            described in STD 15, RFC 1157 [8]. A second set of protocol
            operations and associated PDU formats is described in RFC 1905
            [13].
     
        o   A set of fundamental applications described in RFC 2573 [14] and
            the view-based access control mechanism described in RFC 2575
            [15].
     
        A more detailed introduction to the current SNMP Management Framework
        can be found in RFC 2570 [16].
     
        Managed objects are accessed via a virtual information store, termed
        as Management Information Base or MIB.  Objects in the MIB are
        defined using the mechanisms defined in the SMI.
     
        This memo specifies a MIB module that is compliant to the SMIv2. A
        MIB conforming to the SMIv1 can be produced through the appropriate
        translations. The resulting translated MIB MUST be semantically
        equivalent, except where objects or events are omitted because no
        translation is possible (use of Counter64). Some machine readable
        information in SMIv2 will be converted into textual descriptions in
        SMIv1 during the translation process. However, this loss of machine
        readable information is not considered to change the semantics of the
        MIB.
     
     
     2.  Glossary
     
        The terms in this document are derived either from normal cable
        system usage, or from the documents associated with the IPcablecom/PacketCable
        Specification process.
     
     2.1.  MTA
     
        Multimedia Terminal Adapter, a device that contains the interface(s) to a physical
        voice device, a network interface, CODECs, and all signaling and encapsulation
        functions required for VoIP transport, class feature signaling and QoS signaling.
     
     3.  Overview
     
        This MIB provides a set of objects required for Signaling
        PacketCable/IPCablecom compliant MultiMedia Terminal Adapter (MTA) devices.
        The significance of each MIB object is defined along with applicable default
        values.
     
        Since telephone systems are typically very complex and often have a wide
        distribution, it is important for management systems to support MTAs from
        multiple vendors at the same time, including those from multiple countries.
        As a result, this MIB module provides objects suitable for operating in the
        widest variety of marketplaces as is possible.
     
     
     
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     3.1.  Structure of the MIB
     
        This MIB is identified by pktcSigMib and is structured in three groups:
     
        o    Signaling information that control device and endpoint configuration
             objects(pktcSigMibObjects).
     
        o    Signaling Notification object, that notifies the status(pktcSigNotification)
     
        o    Signaling Conformance has mandatory signaling objects(pktcSigConformance)
     
        Each group of objects is explained in detail.
     
     3.1.1.  pktcSigMibObjects
     
        The objects in pktcSigMibObjects group is divided into four sub groups:
     
        o    Device configuration MIB explain MTA configuration (pktcSigDevConfigObjects).
     
        o    NCS Endpoint configuration MIB is explained in pktcNcsEndPntConfigObjects
     
        o    Endpoint signaling configuration MIB is in pktcSigEndPntConfigObjects
     
        o    DCS Endpoint configuration is explained in pktcDcsEndPntConfigObjects
     
        Each group of objects are explained in detail.
     
     3.1.1.1 pktcSigDevConfigObjects
     
        pktcSigDevCodecTable              - this table describes MTA supported codec types.
     
        pktcSigDevEchoCancellation        - This object identifies the capability of echo
        cancellation on the device.
     
        pktcSigDevSilenceSuppression      - This object specifies if the device is
        capable of silence suppression (Voice Activity Detection).
     
        pktcSigDevConnectionMode          - This object specifies the connection modes that
        The MTA device can support.
     
        pktcSigDevR0Cadence               - this object specifies ring cadence 0.
     
        pktcSigDevR6Cadence               - this object specifies ring cadence 6.
     
        pktcSigDevR7Cadence               - this object specifies ring cadence 7.
     
        pktcSigDefCallSigTos              - this object specifies the default value used in the
        IP header for setting the Type of Service (TOS) value for call signaling.
     
        pktcSigDefMediaStreamTos          - this object specifies the default value used in
        the IP header for setting the Type of Service (TOS) value for media
        stream packets.
     
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        pktcSigTosFormatSelector          - this object specifies the format of the default
        signaling and media Type of Service (TOS) values.
     
        pktcSigCapabilityTable            - this table specifies list of supported signaling
        types, versions and vendor extensions for MTA.
     
        pktcSigDefNcsReceiveUdpPort       - this object contains the MTA User Datagram
        Protocol (UDP) receive port that is being used for NCS call signaling.
     
        pktcSigServiceClassNameUS         - this object contains a string indicating the
        Service Class Name to create an Upstream Service Flow for NCS.
     
        pktcSigServiceClassNameDS         - this object contains a string indicating the
        Service Class Name to create an Downstream Service Flow for NCS.
     
        pktcSigServiceClassNameMask       - this object contains a value for the
        Call Signaling Network Mask.
     
        pktcSigNcsServiceFlowState        - this object contains a status value of the
        Call Signaling Service Flow.
     
        pktcSigDevR1Cadence               - this object specifies ring cadence 1.
     
        pktcSigDevR2Cadence               - this object specifies ring cadence 2.
     
        pktcSigDevR3Cadence               - this object specifies ring cadence 3.
     
        pktcSigDevR4Cadence               - this object specifies ring cadence 4.
     
        pktcSigDevR5Cadence               - this object specifies ring cadence 5.
     
        pktcSigDevRgCadence               - this object specifies ring cadence rg.
     
        pktcSigDevRsCadence               - this object specifies ring cadence rs.
     
        pktcSigDevRtCadence               - this object specifies ring cadence rt.
     
        pktcSigDevCIDMode                 - this international object selects various
        modes of caller id in common use throughout the world.
     
        pktcSigDevCIDFskAfterRing         - this international object sets the
        delay between the end of first ringing and the transmission of
        caller id information.
     
        pktcSigDevCIDFskAfterDTAS         - this international object sets the
        delay between the dual-tone alert signal and the transmission of
        caller id information.
     
        pktcSigDevCIDRingAfterFSK         - this international object sets the
        delay between the transmission of caller id information and the
     
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        first ringing pattern.
     
        pktcSigDevCIDDTASAfterLR          - this international object sets the
        delay between the end of a line reversal and the dual-tone alert
        signal.
     
        pktcSigDevRingCadenceTable        - this international object provides
        a flexible structure within which to specify a variety of ring
        cadences.
     
        pktcSigDevStandardRingCadence     - this international object
        specifies the standard ring assumed by the MTA.
     
        pktcSigDevRingSplashCadence       - this international object specifies
        the standard splash ring assumed by the MTA.
     
        pktcSigDevToneTable               - this international object specifies a
        flexible structure within which to specify all of the tones
        used in the MTA.
     
     
     3.1.1.2 pktcNcsEndPntConfigObjects
     
        pktcNcsEndPntConfigTable          - this table describes the PacketCable(tm) NCS
        EndPoint configuration. The number of entries in this table represents
        the number of provisioned end points.
     
     3.1.1.3 pktcSigEndPntConfigObjects
     
        pktcSigEndPntConfigTable          - this table describes the packet cable EndPoint
        slected signaling type. The number of entries in this table represents
        the number of provisioned end points.
     
     3.1.1.4 pktcDcsEndPntConfigObjects
     
        This object is reserved for future use in Distributed Call Signaling (DCS).
     
     
     3.1.2.  pktcSigNotification
     
        This object is used for signaling notification and reserved for future use.
     
     3.1.3.  pktcSigConformance
     
        pktcSigCompliances                - this tables has one object that has compliance
        statement for devices that implement Signaling on the MTA.
     
        pktcSigGroups                     - this table contains group of objects for the common
        portion  of the PacketCable NCS and Signaling MIB.
     
        pktcInternationalGroup            - this table extends this MIB Module by establishing
     
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        a set of objects designed to support operations over the widest range of
        marketplaces as is possible.
     
     4.  Definitions
     
     PKTC-SIG-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN
     
     IMPORTS
         MODULE-IDENTITY,
         OBJECT-TYPE,
         Integer32,
         mib-2
               FROM SNMPv2-SMI
         InetAddressType,
         InetAddress,
         InetPortNumber
               FROM INET-ADDRESS-MIB
         TEXTUAL-CONVENTION,
         RowStatus,
         TruthValue
               FROM SNMPv2-TC
         OBJECT-GROUP,
         MODULE-COMPLIANCE
               FROM SNMPv2-CONF
         SnmpAdminString
               FROM SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB
         ifIndex
               FROM IF-MIB;
     
     pktcSigMib MODULE-IDENTITY
         LAST-UPDATED    "200210250000Z" -- October 25, 2002
         ORGANIZATION    "CableLabs - PacketCable OSS Group"
         CONTACT-INFO
             "Satish Kumar Mudugere Eswaraiah
              Texas Instruments India (P) Ltd.,
              Golf view, Wind Tunnel Road
              Murugesh Palya
              Bangalore - 560 017, INDIA
              Phone:   +91 80 5269451
              Email:  satish.kumar@ti.com
     
              Sumanth Channabasappa
              Alopa Networks Inc
              248, McCaslin Bvld #101,
              Louisville, Colorado - 80027
              U.S.A.
              Phone: +1 303 604 6595
              Email: Sumanth@alopa.com
     
              Charles Schell
              Motorola BCS/IPNS
     
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              101 Tournament Drive, Bldg. 3
              Horsham, PA 19044, USA
              Phone: +1 215-323-1145
              E-Mail: cschell@motorola.com
     
         IETF IPCDN Working Group
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              Archive: ftp://ftp.ietf.org/ietf-mail-archive/ipcdn
              Chair: Richard Woundy, rwoundy@broadband.att.com"
     
         DESCRIPTION
            "This MIB module supplies the basic management
             object for the PacketCable Signaling
             protocols. This version of the MIB includes
             common signaling and Network Call Signaling
             (NCS) related signaling objects."
     
         REVISION                "200210210000Z"
     
         DESCRIPTION
            "Initial Introduction of the draft of the document."
     
     ::=  { mib-2 99992 } -- to be assigned by IANA.
     
     -- Textual Conventions
     
     PktcCodecType     ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " These are the various types of codecs that may be supported."
         SYNTAX INTEGER {
                        other     (1),
                        unknown   (2),
                        g729      (3),
                        g729a     (4),
                        g729e     (5),
                        g711mu    (6),
                        g726K32   (7),  -- G.726 32 Khz
                        g728      (8),
                        g711a     (9),
                        g726K16   (10), -- G.726 16 Khz
                        g726K24   (11), -- G.726 24 Khz
                        g726K40   (12)  -- G.726 40 Khz
         }
     
     PktcRingCadence   ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object represents a ring cadence in bit string format. The
               ring cadence representation starts with the first 1 in the
               pattern (the leading 0s in the MSB are padding and are to be
               ignored).  Each bit represents 100ms of tone; 1 is tone, 0 is no
               tone. Initial 60 bits are used for cadence representation. Bit 61 is
     
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               used to represent repeatable(when set to ZERO) and non repeatable
               (when set to ONE) characteristic of cadence. Other three bits are
               reserved for future use, and currently set to 000. Repeatable
               characteristic of cadence is currently coded as 0000, and 1000
               means non repeatable As an example, the hex representation of a
               ring cadence of 0.5 secs on; 4 secs off; repeatable
               would be: 0x1F0000000000."
         SYNTAX  BITS {
                      interval1 (0),
                      interval2 (1),
                      interval3 (2),
                      interval4 (3),
                      interval5 (4),
                      interval6 (5),
                      interval7 (6),
                      interval8 (7),
                      interval9 (8),
                      interval10 (9),
                      interval11 (10),
                      interval12 (11),
                      interval13 (12),
                      interval14 (13),
                      interval15 (14),
                      interval16 (15),
                      interval17 (16),
                      interval18 (17),
                      interval19 (18),
                      interval20 (19),
                      interval21 (20),
                      interval22 (21),
                      interval23 (22),
                      interval24 (23),
                      interval25 (24),
                      interval26 (25),
                      interval27 (26),
                      interval28 (27),
                      interval29 (28),
                      interval30 (29),
                      interval31 (30),
                      interval32 (31),
                      interval33 (32),
                      interval34 (33),
                      interval35 (34),
                      interval36 (35),
                      interval37 (36),
                      interval38 (37),
                      interval39 (38),
                      interval40 (39),
                      interval41 (40),
                      interval42 (41),
                      interval43 (42),
                      interval44 (43),
     
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                      interval45 (44),
                      interval46 (45),
                      interval47 (46),
                      interval48 (47),
                      interval49 (48),
                      interval50 (49),
                      interval51 (50),
                      interval52 (51),
                      interval53 (52),
                      interval54 (53),
                      interval55 (54),
                      interval56 (55),
                      interval57 (56),
                      interval58 (57),
                      interval59 (58),
                      interval60 (59),
                      interval61 (60),
                      interval62 (61),
                      interval63 (62),
                      interval64 (63)
         }
     
     PktcSigType     ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " These are the various types of signaling that
                       may be supported.
     
                       ncs - network call signaling a derivation of
                             MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol)
                             version 1.0
     
                       dcs - distributed call signaling a derivation
                            of SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)RFC 2543"
         SYNTAX INTEGER {
                        other(1),
                        unknown(2),
                        ncs(3),
                        dcs(4)
         }
     
     pktcSigMibObjects            OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { pktcSigMib 1 }
     pktcSigDevConfigObjects      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { pktcSigMibObjects 1 }
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigObjects   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { pktcSigMibObjects 2 }
     pktcSigEndPntConfigObjects   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { pktcSigMibObjects 3 }
     pktcDcsEndPntConfigObjects   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { pktcSigMibObjects 4 }
     
     --
     --        The pktcSigDevCodecTable defines the codecs supported by the
     --        Media Terminal Adapter (MTA).  There is one entry for each
     --        codecs supported.
     --
     
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     pktcSigDevCodecTable    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF PktcSigDevCodecEntry
         MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This table describes the MTA supported codec types."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 1 }
     
     pktcSigDevCodecEntry  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      PktcSigDevCodecEntry
         MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " List of supported codecs types for the MTA."
         INDEX { pktcSigDevCodecIndex }
         ::= { pktcSigDevCodecTable 1 }
     
     PktcSigDevCodecEntry  ::= SEQUENCE {
         pktcSigDevCodecIndex     Integer32,
         pktcSigDevCodecType      PktcCodecType,
         pktcSigDevCodecMax      Integer32
         }
     
     pktcSigDevCodecIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32 (1..16383)
         MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The index value which uniquely identifies an entry
                  in the pktcSigDevCodecTable."
         ::= { pktcSigDevCodecEntry 1 }
     
     pktcSigDevCodecType  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcCodecType
         MAX-ACCESS   read-only
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " A codec type supported by this MTA."
         ::= { pktcSigDevCodecEntry 2 }
     
     pktcSigDevCodecMax  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32(1..16383)
         MAX-ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The maximum number of simultaneous sessions of the specific
               codec that the MTA can support"
         ::= { pktcSigDevCodecEntry 3 }
     
     
     --
     
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     --    These are the common signaling related definitions that affect the
     --     entire MTA device.
     --
     
     pktcSigDevEchoCancellation  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       TruthValue
         MAX-ACCESS   read-only
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies if the device is capable of echo
               cancellation."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 2 }
     
     pktcSigDevSilenceSuppression  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       TruthValue
         MAX-ACCESS   read-only
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies if the device is capable of silence
               suppression (Voice Activity Detection)."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 3 }
     
     pktcSigDevConnectionMode     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX BITS {
                 voice(0),
                 fax(1),
                 modem(2)
         }
         MAX-ACCESS   read-only
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies the connection modes that the MTA
               device can support."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 4 }
     
     --
     --   In the United States Ring Cadences 0, 6, and 7 are custom
     --   ring cadences definable by the user.  The following three
     --   objects are used for these definitions.
     --
     
     pktcSigDevR0Cadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence 0 (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
     
     
     
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         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval6,
                interval7, interval8, interval9, interval10, interval11, interval12,
                interval13, interval14, interval15, interval16, interval17,
                interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 5 }
     
     pktcSigDevR6Cadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence 6 (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval6,
                interval7, interval8, interval9, interval10, interval11, interval12,
                interval13, interval14, interval15, interval16, interval17,
                interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 6 }
     
     pktcSigDevR7Cadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence 6 (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval6,
                interval7, interval8, interval9, interval10, interval11, interval12,
                interval13, interval14, interval15, interval16, interval17,
                interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 7 }
     
     pktcSigDefCallSigTos  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32 (0..63)
         MAX-ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The default value used in the IP header for setting the
               Type of Service (TOS) value for call signaling. "
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 0 }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 8 }
     
     pktcSigDefMediaStreamTos  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32 (0..63)
         MAX-ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The default value used in the IP header for setting
               the Type of Service (TOS) value for media stream packets. "
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 0 }
     
     
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         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 9 }
     
     pktcSigTosFormatSelector  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                 ipv4TOSOctet(1),
                 dscpCodepoint(2)
              }
         MAX-ACCESS    read-write
         STATUS    current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The format of the default signaling and media Type of Service
               (TOS) values. "
         DEFVAL { ipv4TOSOctet }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 10 }
     
     --
     --   pktcSigCapabilityTable - This table defines the valid signaling
     --   types supported by this MTA.
     --
     
     pktcSigCapabilityTable    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        SEQUENCE OF PktcSigCapabilityEntry
         MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This table describes the signaling types by this MTA."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 11 }
     
     pktcSigCapabilityEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        PktcSigCapabilityEntry
         MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Entries in pktcMtaDevSigCapabilityTable - List of supported
               signaling types, versions and vendor extensions for this MTA.
               Each entry in the list provides for one signaling type and
               version combination. If the device supports multiple versions
               of the same signaling type - it will require mutiple entries."
         INDEX { pktcSignalingIndex }
         ::= { pktcSigCapabilityTable 1 }
     
     PktcSigCapabilityEntry  ::= SEQUENCE {
         pktcSignalingIndex             Integer32,
         pktcSignalingType              PktcSigType,
         pktcSignalingVersion           SnmpAdminString,
         pktcSignalingVendorExtension   SnmpAdminString
         }
     
     pktcSignalingIndex       OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        Integer32 (1..16383)
         MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The index value which uniquely identifies
               an entry in the pktcSigCapabilityTable."
     
     
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         ::= { pktcSigCapabilityEntry 1 }
     
     pktcSignalingType      OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        PktcSigType
         MAX-ACCESS    read-only
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The Type indentifies the type of signaling
               used, this can be NCS, DCS, etc. This value
               has to be associated with a single signaling
               version."
         ::= { pktcSigCapabilityEntry 2 }
     
     pktcSignalingVersion      OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        SnmpAdminString
         MAX-ACCESS    read-only
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Provides the version of the signaling type - reference
               pktcSignalingType. Examples would be 1.0 or 2.33 etc."
         ::= { pktcSigCapabilityEntry 3 }
     
     pktcSignalingVendorExtension      OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        SnmpAdminString
         MAX-ACCESS    read-only
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The vendor extension allows vendors to
               provide a list of additional capabilities,
               vendors can decide how to encode these
               Extensions, although space separated text is suggested."
         ::= { pktcSigCapabilityEntry 4 }
     
     pktcSigDefNcsReceiveUdpPort  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      InetPortNumber
         MAX-ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the MTA User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
              receive port that is being used for NCS call signaling.
              This object should only be changed by the configuration file."
         REFERENCE
             "Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 2427 }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 12 }
     
     pktcSigServiceClassNameUS  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX     SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS  read-write
          STATUS     current
          DESCRIPTION
              " This object contains a string indicating the Service Class
     
     
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                Name to create an Upstream Service Flow for NCS. If the
                object has an empty string value then the NCS SF is not
                created and the best effort primary SF is used for NCS data.
                Setting this object to a different value does not cause
                the US SF to be re-created."
          DEFVAL { "" }
          ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 13 }
     
     pktcSigServiceClassNameDS  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX     SnmpAdminString
          MAX-ACCESS  read-write
          STATUS     current
          DESCRIPTION
              " This object contains a string indicating the Service Class
               Name to create a Downstream Service Flow for NCS. If the
               object has an empty string value then the NCS SF is not
               created and the best effort primary SF is used for NCS data.
                 Setting this object to a different value does not cause the
                 DS SF to be re-created."
          DEFVAL { "" }
          ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 14 }
     
     pktcSigServiceClassNameMask  OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX     Integer32
          MAX-ACCESS  read-write
          STATUS     current
          DESCRIPTION
              " This object contains a value for the Call Signaling Network
               Mask. The value is used as the NCS Call Signaling classifier
                 mask. The object is used to delete the NCS SF when set to
                 zero. When the object is set to a non-zero value by the SNMP
                 Manager, the NCS SF are to be created"
          DEFVAL { 0 }
          ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 15 }
     
     pktcSigNcsServiceFlowState OBJECT-TYPE
          SYNTAX     INTEGER {
                    notactive  (1),
                    active     (2),
                    error      (3)
          }
          MAX-ACCESS read-only
          STATUS     current
          DESCRIPTION
              "This object contains a status value of the Call Signaling
               Service Flow.
                    - 'not-active' indicates that the NCS SF is not
                       being used, and has not tried to be created,
                    - 'active' indicates that the NCS SF is in use,
                    - 'error' indicates that the NCS SF creation resulted
                      in an error and the best effort channel is used for
                      NCS Signaling"
     
     
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          ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 16 }
     
     pktcSigDevR1Cadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS  read-write
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence 1 (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval6,
                interval7, interval8, interval9, interval10, interval11, interval12,
                interval13, interval14, interval15, interval16, interval17,
                interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 17 }
     
     pktcSigDevR2Cadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS    read-write
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence 2 (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval6,
                interval7, interval8, interval13, interval14, interval15, interval16,
                interval17, interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 18 }
     
     pktcSigDevR3Cadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence 3 (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval7, interval8,
                interval9, interval10, interval13, interval14, interval15, interval16,
                interval17, interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 19 }
     
     pktcSigDevR4Cadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence 4 (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval6, interval7, interval8,
                interval9, interval10, interval11, interval12, interval13, interval14,
                interval15, interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 20 }
     
     
     
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     pktcSigDevR5Cadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence 5 (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval61 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 21 }
     pktcSigDevRgCadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence rg (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval6,
                interval7, interval8, interval9, interval10, interval11, interval12,
                interval13, interval14, interval15, interval16, interval17,
                interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 22 }
     
     pktcSigDevRsCadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence rs (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval61 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 23 }
     
     pktcSigDevRtCadence     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcRingCadence
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object specifies ring cadence rt (a user defined field)
               where each bit (least significant bit) represents a duration
               of 100 milliseconds (6 seconds total)."
         DEFVAL { { interval1, interval2, interval3, interval4, interval5, interval6,
                interval7, interval8, interval9, interval10, interval11, interval12,
                interval13, interval14, interval15, interval16, interval17,
                interval18, interval19, interval20 } }
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 24 }
     
     
     pktcSigPowerRingFrequency    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                      twenty(1),
                      twentyFive(2),
                      thirtyThreePointThreeThree(3),
     
     
     
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                      fifty(4)
         }
         UNITS "Hertz"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The power ring frequency is the frequency at which the
               sinusoidal voltage must travel down the twisted pair to make terminal
               equipment ring. Different countries define different electrical
               characteristics to make this happen. ETS 300 001 (1998) [21] lists the
               frequency ranges that are defined for each country."
         DEFVAL {twenty}
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 25 }
     pktcSigPCMCoding    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                      aLaw(1),
                      uLaw(2)
         }
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) format used by an EMTA when coding
               and decoding analog telephone signals. The default will be aLaw(1)."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 26 }
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalTable    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF PktcSigPulseSignalEntry
         MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The Pulse signal table defines the pulse signal operation. There are four
               types of international pulse signals, initial ring, meter pulse, reverse
               polarity and no battery. The Pulse duration type is specific and it is
               specified with a 1 to 32 value."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 27 }
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcSigPulseSignalEntry
         MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Unique value ranging from 1 to 32 that will correspond to the
               value specified by the operator."
         INDEX { pktcSigPulseSignalIndex }
         ::= { pktcSigPulseSignalTable 1 }
     
     PktcSigPulseSignalEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
             pktcSigPulseSignalIndex             Integer32,
             pktcSigPulseSignalDuration          Integer32,
             pktcSigPulseSignalType              INTEGER,
             pktcSigPulseSignalDbLevel           Integer32,
     
     
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             pktcSigPulseSignalFrequency         INTEGER,
             pktcSigPulseSignalRepeatCount       Integer32,
             pktcSigPulseSignalPauseDuration     Integer32}
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..32)
         MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The table index equivalent to the operator specific pulse type
               and duration."
         ::= { pktcSigPulseSignalEntry 1 }
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalDuration    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The pulse duration varies according to the operator and country."
         DEFVAL { 1000 }
         ::= {pktcSigPulseSignalEntry 2 }
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalType    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       INTEGER
                      {
                          initialRing(1),
                          meterPulse(2),
                          reversePolarity(3),
                          noBattery(4)
                      }
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " There are four types of international pulse signals."
         DEFVAL { initialRing }
         ::= { pktcSigPulseSignalEntry 3 }
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalDbLevel    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (-25..15)
         UNITS        "dbm"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the decibel level at which the meter pulse could be
               generated."
         ::={pktcSigPulseSignalEntry 4 }
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalFrequency    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                      fifty(1),
     
     
     
     
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                      twelvethousand(2),
                      sixteenthousand(3)
         }
         UNITS        "Hertz"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the frequency at which the meter pulse could be generated."
         ::= { pktcSigPulseSignalEntry 5}
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalRepeatCount    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the repeat count, which signifies how many times to
               repeat the pulse."
         ::={ pktcSigPulseSignalEntry 6 }
     
     pktcSigPulseSignalPauseDuration    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The pause duration between pulses varies according to the
               operator and country."
         ::= {pktcSigPulseSignalEntry 7 }
     
     pktcSigDevCIDMode    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                      northAmerican(1),
                      duringRingingETS(2),
                      dtAsETS(3),
                      rpAsETS(4),
                      lrAsETS(5)
                      }
         MAX-ACCESS read-write
         STATUS current
         DESCRIPTION
             " For both on-hook and off-hook Caller ID, pktcSigDevCIDMode selects
               between North American modulation (BellCore 202) and ETS modulation
               (V.23). For on-hook Caller ID, it also selects between sending the
               FSK between the first and second ring pattern (northAmerican and
               duringRingingETS), Dual Tone Alert Signal (DtAsETS), after a Ring
               Pulse (rsAsETS) or, after a Line Reversal followed by a Dual Tone
               Alert Signal (lrAsETS)."
         DEFVAL { northAmerican }
         ::= {pktcSigDevConfigObjects 28 }
     
     pktcSigDevCIDFskAfterRing    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (500..2000)
     
     
     
     
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         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Determines the delay between the end of first ringing pattern and
               the transmission of the FSK containing the CallerID information. It
               is only used when pktcSigDevCIDMode is northAmerican or
               duringRingingETS."
         DEFVAL { 550 }
         ::= {pktcSigDevConfigObjects 29 }
     
     pktcSigDevCIDFskAfterDTAS    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (45..500)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Determines the delay between the Dual Tone Alert Signal (DT-AS)
               and the transmission of the FSK containing the Caller ID
               information. It is only used when pktcSigDevCIDMode is dtAsETS
               or lrAsETS."
         ::= {pktcSigDevConfigObjects 30 }
     
     pktcSigDevCIDRingAfterFSK    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (200..500)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Determines the delay between the complete transmission of the
               FSK containing the Caller ID information and the first ring
               pattern. It is only used when pktcSigDevCIDMode is dtAsETS,
               rpAsETS or lrAsETS."
         ::= {pktcSigDevConfigObjects 31 }
     
     pktcSigDevCIDDTASAfterLR    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (100..655)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Determines the delay between the end of the Line Reversal and
               Dual Tone Alert Signal (DT-AS). It is only used when
               pktcSigDevCIDMode is lrAsETS."
         ::= {pktcSigDevConfigObjects 32 }
     
     pktcSigDevRingCadenceTable    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF PktcSigDevRingCadenceEntry
         MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " In V5.2, Cadence rings are defined by the telco governing body for each
     
     
     
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               country. The MTA must be able to support various ranges of cadence patterns
               and cadence periods. The MTA will be able to support country specific
               provisioning of the cadence and idle period. There will be at most 3 on/off
               transitions per cadence period. Each cadence pattern will be assigned a
               unique value ranging 1-128 corresponding to the value sent by the LE SIGNAL
               message plus one. MTA will derive the cadence periods from the ring Cadence
               table entry as provisioned by the customer."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects  33 }
     
     pktcSigDevRingCadenceEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcSigDevRingCadenceEntry
         MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Unique value ranging from 1 to 128 that corresponds to the
               value sent by the LE (plus one) based on country specific cadences,
               one row per cadence cycle. In any given system implementation for a
               particular country, it is anticipated that a small number of
               ring cadences will be in use.  Thus, this table most
               likely will not be populated to its full 128-row size."
         INDEX { pktcSigDevRingCadenceIndex }
         ::= { pktcSigDevRingCadenceTable 1 }
     
     PktcSigDevRingCadenceEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
             pktcSigDevRingCadenceIndex       Integer32,
             pktcSigDevRingCadence            OCTET STRING
         }
     
     pktcSigDevRingCadenceIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..128)
         MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The table index equivalent to the country specific cadence (1 - 128)."
         ::= { pktcSigDevRingCadenceEntry 1 }
     
     pktcSigDevRingCadence    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE(2..28))
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the Ring Cadence Octet String. The first octet of
               the bit string represents the length in bits of the duration
               of the cadence. Each Bit after the first octet represents 50 ms
               and 1 represents ring and 0 represent silent. The first bit of
               the second octet is the first bit of the ring cadence. Only 216
               Bits can be set total to represent 10800 ms of total cadence cycle."
         ::= { pktcSigDevRingCadenceEntry 2 }
     
     pktcSigDevStandardRingCadence    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE(2..28))
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
     
     
     
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             " This is the Ring Cadence Octet String for the standard ring.
               The first octet of the bit string represents the length in bits
               of the duration of the cadence Each Bit after the first octet
               represents 50 ms and 1 represents ring and 0 represent silent.
               The first bit of the second octet is the first bit of the ring
               cadence. Only 216 Bits can be set total to represent 10800 ms of
               total cadence cycle."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects  34 }
     
     pktcSigDevRingSplashCadence    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       OCTET STRING (SIZE(2..28))
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the Ring Cadence Octet String for splash ring. The first
               octet of te bit string represents the length in bits of the
               duration of the cadence. Each Bit after the first octet represents
               50 ms and 1 represents ring and 0 represent silent. The first bit
               of the second octet is the first bit of the ring cadence.  Only
               216 Bits can be set total to represent 10800 ms of total cadence
               cycle."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects  35 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneTable    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       SEQUENCE OF PktcSigDevToneEntry
         MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The Tone Table defines the various tone operations."
         ::= { pktcSigDevConfigObjects 36 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       PktcSigDevToneEntry
         MAX-ACCESS   not-accessible
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Unique value ranging from 1 to 49 that will correspond to the
               different tone types that are being supported by the device.
               These tones can be provisioned based on country specific needs."
         INDEX { pktcSigDevToneType }
         ::= { pktcSigDevToneTable 1 }
     
     PktcSigDevToneEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
         pktcSigDevToneType                      INTEGER,
         pktcSigDevToneDbLevel                   Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneFreqType                  INTEGER,
         pktcSigDevToneNumFrequencies            Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneFirstFrequency            Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneSecondFrequency           Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneThirdFrequency            Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneFourthFrequency           Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneNumOnOffTimes             Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneFirstToneOn               Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneFirstToneOff              Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneSecondToneOn              Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneSecondToneOff             Integer32,
     
     
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         pktcSigDevToneThirdToneOn               Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneThirdToneOff              Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneFourthToneOn              Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneFourthToneOff             Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneWholeToneRepeatCount      Integer32,
         pktcSigDevToneSteady                    TruthValue
         }
     
     pktcSigDevToneType        OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                      dtmf0(0),
                      dtmf1(1),
                      dtmf2(2),
                      dtmf3(3),
                      dtmf4(4),
                      dtmf5(5),
                      dtmf6(6),
                      dtmf7(7),
                      dtmf8(8),
                      dtmf9(9),
                      dtmfToneStar(10),
                      dtmfTonePound(11),
                      dtmfA(12),
                      dtmfB(13),
                      dtmfC(14),
                      dtmfD(15),
                      busy(16),
                      confirmation(17),
                      dial(18),
                      messageWaiting(19),
                      offHookWarning(20),
                      ringBack(21),
                      reOrder(22),
                      stutterdial(23),
                      loopback(24),
                      callWaiting1(25),
                      callWaiting2(26),
                      callWaiting3(27),
                      callWaiting4(28),
                      alertingSignal(29),
                      testTone(30),
                      specialDial(31),
                      specialInfo(32),
                      release(33),
                      congestion(34),
                      userDefinedOne(35)
                      }
         MAX-ACCESS   read-only
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This defines the type of tone being accessed."
         ::={pktcSigDevToneEntry 1 }
     
     
     
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     pktcSigDevToneDbLevel    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (-60..4)
         UNITS        "dbm"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the decibel level at which tones could be generated."
         DEFVAL { -4 }
         ::={pktcSigDevToneEntry 2 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneFreqType    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       INTEGER {
                     allFrequencies (1),
                     singleFrequecySequence (2),
                     dualFrequencySequence (3),
                     allFrequenciesModulated (4)
         }
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object describes how the frequencies are applied.
     
               allFrequencies indicates all frequences specifed by
               btiToneNumFrequencies are mixed to form a single tone.
               The tone is then applied in sequence using the number of on/off
               times specified in btiToneNumOnOffTimes.
     
               singleFrequecySequence indicates all frequencies specified by
               btiToneNumFrequencies are applied in sequence using the
               corresponding frequency number on/off time (eg.
               btiToneFirstFrequency uses btiToneFirstToneOn and btiToneFirstToneOff,
               btiToneSecondFrequency uses btiToneSecondToneOn and
               btiToneSecondToneOff, ... ).  For this tone type
               btiToneNumFrequencies MUST equal btiToneNumOnOffTimes.
     
               dualFrequencySequence indicates two pairs of frequencies are
               mixed to form two sequenced tones.  The first and second frequency
               are mixed to form tone one and are applied using
               btiToneFirstToneOn and btiToneFirstToneOff.  The third and forth
               frequency are mixed to form tone two and are applied using
               btiToneSecondToneOn and btiToneSecondToneOff.  For this tone
               type btiToneNumFrequencies MUST equal 4 and btiToneNumOnOffTimes
               MUST equal 2
     
               allFrequenciesModulated indicates all frequences specifed by
               btiToneNumFrequencies are modulated to form a single tone.  The
               tone is then applied in sequence using the number of on/off
               times specified in btiToneNumOnOffTimes."
         DEFVAL { allFrequencies }
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 3 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneNumFrequencies    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..4)
     
     
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         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Specifies the number of frequencies specified in the table entry."
         DEFVAL { 1 }
         ::={pktcSigDevToneEntry 4}
     
     pktcSigDevToneFirstFrequency    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..4000)
         UNITS        "Hertz"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the first frequency at which the tones could be
               generated in a multiple frequency tone."
         ::={pktcSigDevToneEntry 5}
     
     pktcSigDevToneSecondFrequency    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..4000)
         UNITS        "Hertz"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the second frequency at which the tones could be
               generated in a ultiple frequency tone."
         ::={pktcSigDevToneEntry 6}
     
     pktcSigDevToneThirdFrequency    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..4000)
         UNITS        "Hertz"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the third frequency at which the tones could be
               generated."
         ::={pktcSigDevToneEntry 7}
     
     pktcSigDevToneFourthFrequency    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..4000)
         UNITS        "Hertz"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the fourth frequency at which the tones could be
               generated."
         ::={pktcSigDevToneEntry 8}
     
     pktcSigDevToneNumOnOffTimes    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..4)
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
     
     
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             " Specifies the number of on/off times specified in the
               table entry."
         DEFVAL { 1 }
         ::={pktcSigDevToneEntry 9}
     
     pktcSigDevToneFirstToneOn    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the first tone interval."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 10}
     
     pktcSigDevToneFirstToneOff    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the first idle interval."
          ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 11 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneSecondToneOn    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the second tone interval."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 12 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneSecondToneOff    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the second idle interval."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 13 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneThirdToneOn    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the third tone interval."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 14 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneThirdToneOff    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
     
     
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         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the third idle interval."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 15 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneFourthToneOn    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the fourth tone interval."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 16 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneFourthToneOff    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the Fourth idle interval."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 17 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneWholeToneRepeatCount      OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (0..5000)
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the repeat count, which signifies how many times
               to repeat the entire on-off sequence."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 18 }
     
     pktcSigDevToneSteady    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       TruthValue
         MAX-ACCESS   read-write
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the steady tone. Set to true to continue the
               last tone after on-off sequence."
         ::={ pktcSigDevToneEntry 19 }
     
     
     
     --
     -- The following Table will provide endpoint configuration
     -- information that is common to all signaling Protocols.
     -- Currently only the signaling index is present in an effort
     -- not to deprecate any MIB objects.
     --
     
     
     
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     pktcSigEndPntConfigTable    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        SEQUENCE OF PktcSigEndPntConfigEntry
         MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This table describes the packet cable EndPoint slected
               signaling type. The number of entries in this table
               represents the number of provisioned end points.
               For each conceptual row of pktcSigEndPntConfigTable
               Defined, an associated row MUST be defined in one on the
               specific signaling tables such as pktcNcsEndPntConfigTable."
        ::=  { pktcSigEndPntConfigObjects 1 }
     
     pktcSigEndPntConfigEntry    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        PktcSigEndPntConfigEntry
         MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Entries in pktcSigEndPntConfigTable - Each entry describes
               what signaling type a particular enpoint uses."
         INDEX { ifIndex }
         ::=  { pktcSigEndPntConfigTable 1 }
     
     PktcSigEndPntConfigEntry  ::= SEQUENCE {
         pktcSigEndPntCapabilityIndex       Integer32
         }
     
     
     pktcSigEndPntCapabilityIndex    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        Integer32 (1..16383)
         MAX-ACCESS    read-create
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The associated index value in the pktcSigCapablityTable."
         ::= { pktcSigEndPntConfigEntry 1 }
     
     
     --
     --    The NCS End Point Config Table is used to define attributes that
     --    are specific to connection EndPoints.
     --
     --
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigTable  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        SEQUENCE OF PktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry
         MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This table describes the PacketCable(tm) NCS EndPoint
               configuration. The number of entries in this table
               represents the number of provisioned end points."
        ::=  { pktcNcsEndPntConfigObjects 1 }
     
     
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     pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX        PktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry
         MAX-ACCESS    not-accessible
         STATUS        current
         DESCRIPTION
             " List of attributes for a single packet cable endpoint interface."
         INDEX { ifIndex }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigTable 1 }
     
     PktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry  ::= SEQUENCE {
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallAgentId            SnmpAdminString,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallAgentUdpPort       InetPortNumber,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPartialDialTO          Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCriticalDialTO         Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigBusyToneTO             Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigDialToneTO             Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMessageWaitingTO       Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigOffHookWarnToneTO      Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRingingTO              Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRingBackTO             Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigReorderToneTO          Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigStutterDialToneTO      Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTSMax                  Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax1                   Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax2                   Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax1QEnable            TruthValue,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax2QEnable            TruthValue,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMWD                    Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdinit                 Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdmin                  Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdmax                  Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRtoMax                 Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRtoInit                Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigLongDurationKeepAlive  Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigThist                  Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigStatus                 RowStatus,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallWaitingMaxRep      Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallWaitingDelay       Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntStatusCallIpAddressType      InetAddressType,
         pktcNcsEndPntStatusCallIpAddress          InetAddress,
         pktcNcsEndPntStatusError                  INTEGER,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMinHookFlash            Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMaxHookFlash            Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialInterdigitTime Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMinMakeTime    Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMaxMakeTime    Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMinBreakTime   Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMaxBreakTime   Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigNomJitterBufferSize     Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMaxJitterBufferSize     Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigOnHookDebounce          Integer32,
     
     
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         pktcNcsEndPntConfigOffHookDebounce         Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTxGain                  Integer32,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRxGain                  Integer32
         }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallAgentId     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      SnmpAdminString(SIZE (3..255))
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains a string indicating the call agent name.
               (ex: ca@abc.def.com). The call agent name after the @
               character must be a fully qualified domain name and have
               a corresponding pktcMtaDevCmsFqdn entry in pktcMtaDevCmsTable"
         ::= {  pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 1 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallAgentUdpPort    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      InetPortNumber (1025..65535)
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the call agent User Datagram Protocol
               (UDP) receive port that is being used for this instance of
               call signaling, i.e. the default port on which the call agent
               will receive NCS signaling from the gateway."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL    { 2727 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 2 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigPartialDialTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains maximum value of the partial
               dial time out."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 16 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 3 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigCriticalDialTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the maximum value of the critical
               dial time out."
         REFERENCE
     
     
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             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 4 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 4 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigBusyToneTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the timeout value for busy tone."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL    { 30 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 5 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigDialToneTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the timeout value for dial tone."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL    { 16 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 6 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMessageWaitingTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the timeout value for message
               waiting indicator."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL    { 16 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 7 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigOffHookWarnToneTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains timeout value for off hook Warning tone"
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 0 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 8 }
     
     
     
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     pktcNcsEndPntConfigRingingTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the timeout value for ringing."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL    { 180 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 9 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigRingBackTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the timeout value for ring back."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL    { 180 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 10 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigReorderToneTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the timeout value for reorder tone."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL    { 30 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 11 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigStutterDialToneTO     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains timeout value for stutter dial tone."
         REFERENCE
               "Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL    { 16 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 12 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigTSMax     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
     
     
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         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the max time in seconds since the
               sending of the initial datagram."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 20 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 13 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax1     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the suspicious error threshold
               for signaling messages."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 5 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 14 }
     
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax2     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the disconnect error
               threshold for signaling messages."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 7 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 15 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax1QEnable     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      TruthValue
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object enables/disables the Max1 Domain Name
               Server (DNS) query operation when Max1 expires."
         DEFVAL { true }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 16 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax2QEnable     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      TruthValue
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object enables/disables the Max2 DNS query
               operation when Max2 expires."
         DEFVAL { true }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 17 }
     
     
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     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMWD     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         UNITS       "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Maximum Waiting Delay (MWD) contains the maximum
               number of seconds a MTA waits after a restart."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 600 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 18 }
     
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdinit     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         UNITS       "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the initial number of seconds
               a MTA waits after a disconnect."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 15 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 19 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdmin     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         UNITS       "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the minimum number of
               seconds a MTA waits after a disconnect."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 15 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 20 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdmax     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         UNITS       "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the maximum number of seconds
               a MTA waits after a disconnect."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 600 }
     
     
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         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 21 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigRtoMax     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         UNITS       "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the maximum number of seconds
               for the retansmission timer."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 4 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 22 }
     
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigRtoInit     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         UNITS       "milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the initial number of seconds
               for the retransmission timer."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 200 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 23 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigLongDurationKeepAlive     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         UNITS       "minutes"
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Specifies a timeout value in minutes for sending
               long duration call notification message."
         REFERENCE
             " Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 60 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 24 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigThist  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32
         UNITS       "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Timeout period in seconds before no response is declared."
         REFERENCE
             "Refer to Packetcable NCS specification [17]"
         DEFVAL { 30 }
     
     
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         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 25 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigStatus     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      RowStatus
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the Row Status associated with
               the pktsNcsEndPntTable."
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 26 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallWaitingMaxRep     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      Integer32 (0..10)
         MAX-ACCESS  read-create
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the maximum number of repetitions
               of the call waiting tone that the MTA will play from a
               single CMS request.  A value of zero (0) can be used if
               the CMS is to control the repetitions of the call
               waiting tone."
         DEFVAL    { 1 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 27 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallWaitingDelay     OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..100)
         UNITS        "seconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This object contains the delay between repretitions
               of the call waiting tone that the MTA will play from
               a single CMS request."
         DEFVAL    { 10 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 28 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntStatusCallIpAddressType  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      InetAddressType
         MAX-ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
            " This object contains the type of Internet address of
               the CMS currently being used for this endpoint."
     ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 44 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntStatusCallIpAddress  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX      InetAddress
         MAX-ACCESS  read-only
         STATUS      current
         DESCRIPTION
            " This object contains the Internet address of
               the CMS currently being used for this endpoint.
     
     
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               This Internet address is used to create the
               appropriate security association."
     ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 29 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntStatusError  OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX INTEGER {
                    operational (1),
                    noSecurityAssociation (2),
                    disconnected (3)
                  }
         MAX-ACCESS   read-only
         STATUS  current
         DESCRIPTION
            " This object contains the error status of the interface:
              The 'operational' state indicates that all operations
              necessary to put the line in service have occurred.
              The 'noSecurityAssociation' status indicates that no
              security association yet exists for this endpoint.
              The 'disconnected' status indicates that the Security
              Association has been established and the NCS signaling
              Software is process of establishing the NCS signaling
              Link via an RSIP exchange."
     ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 30 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMinHookFlash    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..1000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the minimum time a line needs to be on hook for a valid
               hook flash."
         DEFVAL { 300 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 31 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMaxHookFlash    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..1800)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the maximum time a line needs to be on hook for a valid
               hook flash."
         DEFVAL { 1000 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 32 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialInterdigitTime    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (100..1500)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
     
     
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             " This is the pulse dial inter-digit timeout."
         DEFVAL { 100 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 33 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMinMakeTime    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..200)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the minimum make pulse width for the dial pulse."
         DEFVAL { 25 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 34 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMaxMakeTime    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..200)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the maximum make pulse width for the dial pulse."
         DEFVAL { 55 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 35 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMinBreakTime    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..200)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the minimum break pulse width for the dial pulse."
         DEFVAL { 45 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 36 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMaxBreakTime    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..200)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " This is the maximum break pulse width for the dial pulse."
         DEFVAL { 75 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 37 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigNomJitterBufferSize    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The current setting for the nominal amount of jitter the
               bti can compensate."
     
     
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         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 38 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigMaxJitterBufferSize    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The current setting for the maximum amount of jitter the
               bti can compensate ."
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 39 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigOnHookDebounce    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..1000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The length of the on-hook debounce."
         DEFVAL { 200 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 40 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigOffHookDebounce    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (1..1000)
         UNITS        "Milliseconds"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The length of the off hook debounce."
         DEFVAL { 100 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 41 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigTxGain    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (-14..14)
         UNITS        "dB"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The per line transmitter gain."
         DEFVAL { 0 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 42 }
     
     pktcNcsEndPntConfigRxGain    OBJECT-TYPE
         SYNTAX       Integer32 (-14..14)
         UNITS        "dB"
         MAX-ACCESS   read-create
         STATUS       current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The per line receiver gain."
         DEFVAL { 0 }
         ::= { pktcNcsEndPntConfigEntry 43 }
     
     
     
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     --
     -- notification group is for future extension.
     --
     pktcSigNotification  OBJECT IDENTIFIER     ::= { pktcSigMib 2 }
     pktcSigConformance   OBJECT IDENTIFIER     ::= { pktcSigMib 3 }
     pktcSigCompliances   OBJECT IDENTIFIER     ::= { pktcSigConformance 1 }
     pktcSigGroups        OBJECT IDENTIFIER     ::= { pktcSigConformance 2 }
     
     
     -- compliance statements
     
     pktcSigBasicCompliance  MODULE-COMPLIANCE
         STATUS     current
         DESCRIPTION
             " The compliance statement for devices that implement
               Signaling on the MTA."
     
     MODULE  -- pktcSigMib
     
     -- unconditionally mandatory groups
     
     MANDATORY-GROUPS {
         pktcSigGroup
         }
     GROUP pktcNcsGroup
     DESCRIPTION
         " This group is mandatory for any MTA implementing NCS signaling"
     ::={ pktcSigCompliances 1 }
     
     -- units of conformance
     
     pktcSigGroup  OBJECT-GROUP
         OBJECTS {
         pktcSigDevCodecType,
         pktcSigDevCodecMax,
         pktcSigDevEchoCancellation,
         pktcSigDevSilenceSuppression,
         pktcSigDevConnectionMode,
         pktcSigDevR0Cadence,
         pktcSigDevR6Cadence,
         pktcSigDevR7Cadence,
         pktcSigDefCallSigTos,
         pktcSigDefMediaStreamTos,
         pktcSigTosFormatSelector,
         pktcSignalingType,
         pktcSignalingVersion,
         pktcSignalingVendorExtension,
         pktcSigEndPntCapabilityIndex,
         pktcSigDefNcsReceiveUdpPort,
         pktcSigServiceClassNameUS,
         pktcSigServiceClassNameDS,
     
     
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         pktcSigServiceClassNameMask,
         pktcSigNcsServiceFlowState,
         pktcSigDevR1Cadence,
         pktcSigDevR2Cadence,
         pktcSigDevR3Cadence,
         pktcSigDevR4Cadence,
         pktcSigDevR5Cadence,
         pktcSigDevRgCadence,
         pktcSigDevRsCadence,
         pktcSigDevRtCadence
         }
         STATUS current
         DESCRIPTION
               "Group of objects for the common portion of the
               PacketCable Signaling MIB."
         ::= { pktcSigGroups 1 }
     
     pktcNcsGroup  OBJECT-GROUP
         OBJECTS {
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallAgentId,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallAgentUdpPort,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPartialDialTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCriticalDialTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigBusyToneTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigDialToneTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMessageWaitingTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigOffHookWarnToneTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRingingTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRingBackTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigReorderToneTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigStutterDialToneTO,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTSMax,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax1,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax2,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax1QEnable,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMax2QEnable,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMWD,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdinit,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdmin,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTdmax,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRtoMax,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRtoInit,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigLongDurationKeepAlive,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigThist,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigStatus,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallWaitingMaxRep,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigCallWaitingDelay,
         pktcNcsEndPntStatusCallIpAddressType,
         pktcNcsEndPntStatusCallIpAddress,
         pktcNcsEndPntStatusError
         }
         STATUS current
     
     
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         DESCRIPTION
               "Group of objects for the NCS portion of the
               PacketCable Signaling MIB.  This is mandatory for
               NCS signaling."
         ::= { pktcSigGroups 2 }
     
     pktcInternationalGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
         OBJECTS {
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMinHookFlash,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMaxHookFlash,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigNomJitterBufferSize,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigMaxJitterBufferSize,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigOnHookDebounce,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigOffHookDebounce,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigTxGain,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigRxGain,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialInterdigitTime,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMinMakeTime,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMaxMakeTime,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMinBreakTime,
         pktcNcsEndPntConfigPulseDialMaxBreakTime,
         pktcSigDevRingCadence,
         pktcSigDevStandardRingCadence,
         pktcSigDevRingSplashCadence,
         pktcSigDevCIDMode,
         pktcSigDevCIDFskAfterRing,
         pktcSigDevCIDFskAfterDTAS,
         pktcSigDevCIDRingAfterFSK,
         pktcSigDevCIDDTASAfterLR,
         pktcSigPowerRingFrequency,
         pktcSigPCMCoding,
         pktcSigPulseSignalDuration,
         pktcSigPulseSignalType,
         pktcSigPulseSignalDbLevel,
         pktcSigPulseSignalFrequency,
         pktcSigPulseSignalRepeatCount,
         pktcSigPulseSignalPauseDuration,
         pktcSigDevToneType,
         pktcSigDevToneDbLevel,
         pktcSigDevToneFreqType,
         pktcSigDevToneNumFrequencies,
         pktcSigDevToneFirstFrequency,
         pktcSigDevToneSecondFrequency,
         pktcSigDevToneThirdFrequency,
     
     
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         pktcSigDevToneFourthFrequency,
         pktcSigDevToneNumOnOffTimes,
         pktcSigDevToneFirstToneOn,
         pktcSigDevToneFirstToneOff,
         pktcSigDevToneSecondToneOn,
         pktcSigDevToneSecondToneOff,
         pktcSigDevToneThirdToneOn,
         pktcSigDevToneThirdToneOff,
         pktcSigDevToneFourthToneOn,
         pktcSigDevToneFourthToneOff,
         pktcSigDevToneWholeToneRepeatCount,
         pktcSigDevToneSteady
         }
         STATUS current
         DESCRIPTION
             " Group of objects that extend the behavior of existing
               objects to support operations in the widest possible
               set of international marketplaces.  Note that many of
               these objects represent a superset of behaviors described
               in other objects within this MIB Module.  In such cases,
               it is left to manufacturers to determine whether to
               support both objects in the same device."
         ::= { pktcSigGroups 3 }
     
     END
     
     
     5.  Acknowledgments
          This document is a production of the PacketCable Working Group.
     
           The current editors wish to express gratitude to:
     
                 Angela Lyda           Arris Interactive
                 Sasha Medvinsky       Motorola
                 Roy Spitzer           Telogy Networks, Inc.
                 Rick Vetter           Motorola
                 Itay Sherman          Texas Instruments
                 Klaus Hermanns        Cisco Systems
                 Eugene Nechamkin      Broadcom Corp
                 Matt A. Osman           CableLabs
                 Jean-Francois Mule      CableLabs
     
     
     6.  References
     
        [1]  Harrington, D., Presuhn, R. and B. Wijnen, "An Architecture for
             Describing SNMP Management Frameworks", RFC 2571, April 1999.
     
        [2]  Rose, M. and K. McCloghrie, "Structure and Identification of
             Management Information for TCP/IP-based Internets", STD 16, RFC
             1155, May 1990.
     
     
     
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        [3]  Rose, M. and K. McCloghrie, "Concise MIB Definitions", STD 16,
             RFC 1212, March 1991.
     
        [4]  Rose, M., "A Convention for Defining Traps for use with the
             SNMP", RFC 1215, March 1991.
     
        [5]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D. and J. Schoenwaelder, "Structure of
             Management Information for Version 2 (SMIv2)", STD 58, RFC 2578,
             April 1999.
     
        [6]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D. and J. Schoenwaelder, "Textual
             Conventions for SMIv2", STD 58, RFC 2579, April 1999.
     
        [7]  McCloghrie, K., Perkins, D. and J. Schoenwaelder, "Conformance
             Statements for SMIv2", STD 58, RFC 2580, April 1999.
     
        [8]  Case, J., Fedor, M., Schoffstall, M. and J. Davin, "Simple
             Management Protocol", STD 15, RFC 1157, May 1990.
     
        [9]  Case, J., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M. and S. Waldbusser,
             "Introduction to Community-based SNMPv2", RFC 1901, January
             1996.
     
        [10] Case, J., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M. and S. Waldbusser, "Transport
             Mappings for Version 2 of the Simple Network Management Protocol
             (SNMPv2)", RFC 1906, January 1996.
     
        [11] Case, J., Harrington D., Presuhn R. and B. Wijnen, "Message
             Processing and Dispatching for the Simple Network Management
             Protocol (SNMP)", RFC 2572, April 1999.
     
        [12] Blumenthal, U. and B. Wijnen, "User-based Security Model (USM)
             for version 3 of the Simple Network Management Protocol
             (SNMPv3)", RFC 2574, April 1999.
     
        [13] Case, J., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M. and S. Waldbusser, "Protocol
             Operations for Version 2 of the Simple Network Management
             Protocol (SNMPv2)", RFC 1905, January 1996.
     
        [14] Levi, D., Meyer, P. and B. Stewart, "SNMP Applications", RFC
             2573, April 1999.
     
        [15] Wijnen, B., Presuhn, R. and K. McCloghrie, "View-based Access
             Control Model (VACM) for the Simple Network Management Protocol
             (SNMP)", RFC 2575, April 1999.
     
        [16] Case, J., Mundy, R., Partain, D., and B. Stewart,
             "Introduction to Version 3 of the Internet-standard Network
              Management Framework", RFC 2570, April 1999.
     
        [17] Packetcable Network-Based Call Signaling protocol Specification
              PKT-SP-EC-MGCP-IO4-011221.
     
        [18] Bradner, S., "The Internet Standards Process, Revision 3",
     
     
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             RFC 2026, October 1996.
     
        [19] ETSI TS 101 909-4:"Access and Terminals (AT); Digital Broadband
              Cable Access to the Public Telecommunications Network; IP
              Multimedia Time Critical Services; Part 4: Network Call
              Signalling Protocol".
     
        [20] ETSI TS 101 909-9:"Access and Terminals (AT); Digital Broadband
              Cable Access to the Public Telecommunications Network; IP
              Multimedia Time Critical Services; Part 9: IPCablecom Network
              Call Signalling (NCS) MIB Requirements".
     
        [21] EN 300 001 V1.5.1 (1998-10):"European Standard (Telecommunications
              series) Attachments to Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN);
              General technical requirements for equipment connected to an
              analogue subscriber interface in the PSTN; Chapter 3: Ringing
              signal characteristics (national deviations are in Table 3.1.1)".
     
     
     7.  Security Considerations
     
         This MIB relates to a system which will provide metropolitan public
         telephony service.  As such, improper manipulation of the objects
         represented by this MIB may result in random behavior of MTA.
         Improper manipulation of certain tables can result in failure to
         get telephony service from client(MTA) device.
     
         SNMPv1 by itself is not a secure environment.  Even if the network
         itself is secure (for example by using IPSec), even then, there is no
         control as to who on the secure network is allowed to access and
         GET/SET (read/change/create/delete) the objects in this MIB.
     
         It is recommended that the implementers consider the security
         features as provided by the SNMPv3 framework.  Specifically, the use
         of the User-based Security Model RFC 2574 [12] and the View- based
         Access Control Model RFC 2575 [15] is recommended.
     
     
         It is then a customer/user responsibility to ensure that the SNMP
         entity giving access to an instance of this MIB, is properly
         configured to give access to the objects only to those principals
         (users) that have legitimate rights to indeed GET or SET
         (change/create/delete) them.
     
     
     8.   Intellectual Property
     
        The IETF takes no position regarding the validity or scope of any
        intellectual property or other rights that might be claimed to
        pertain to the implementation or use of the technology described in
     
     
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     9.   Authors' Addresses
     
     
        Charles Schell
        Motorola BCS/IPNS
        101 Tournament Drive, Bldg. 3
        Horsham, PA 19044, USA
        +1 215-323-1145
        cschell@motorola.com
     
        Satish Kumar Mudugere Eswaraiah
        Texas Instruments India (P) Ltd.,
        Golf view, Wind Tunnel Road
        Murugesh Palya
        Bangalore -               - 560 017, INDIA
        +91 80 5269451
        satish.kumar@ti.com
     
     
        Sumanth Channabasappa
        Alopa Networks Inc
        248, McCaslin Bvld #101,
        Louisville, Colorado - 80027
        U.S.A.
        +1 303 604 6595
        Sumanth@alopa.com
     
     
     10.  Full Copyright Statement
     
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