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ipsp working group                                               Man Li
Internet Draft                                                    Nokia
Expires May 2001                                          David Arneson
                                                         No Affiliation
                                                             Avri Doria
                                                        Nortel Networks
                                                            Jamie Jason
                                                                  Intel
                                                             Cliff Wang
                                                              SmartPipe

                                                          November 2000



                     IPSec Policy Information Base
                    draft-ietf-ipsp-ipsecpib-01.txt


Status of this Memo

   This document is an Internet-Draft and is in full conformance with
   all provisions of Section 10 of RFC2026 [1].

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1. Abstract

   This document specifies a set of policy rule classes (PRC) for
   configuring IPSec policy at IPsec-enabled devices. Instances of
   these classes reside in a virtual information store called IPSec
   Policy Information Base (PIB). COPS protocol [COPS] with the
   extensions for provisioning [COPS-PR] may be used to transmit this
   IPSec policy information to IPSec-enabled devices (e.g., gateways).
   The PRCs defined in this IPSec PIB are intended for use by the COPS-
   PR IPSec client type. They complement the PRCs defined in the
   Framework PIB [FR-PIB].



2. Conventions used in this document

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   The key words "MUST", "MUST NOT", "REQUIRED", "SHALL", "SHALL NOT",
   "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "RECOMMENDED",  "MAY", and "OPTIONAL" in
   this document are to be interpreted as described in RFC-2119 [2].


3. Introduction

   The policy rule classes (PRC) defined in this document contain
   parameters for IKE phase one and phase two negotiations. They are
   based on [IPSEC-IM] [IKE] [ESP] [AH] [DOI] [IPCOMP] [SPPI]. The rule
   and role approach proposed in [PCIM], which scales to large
   networks, is adopted for distributing IPsec policy over COPS
   protocol.

   There is an ongoing effort in defining IPSec configuration policy
   model [IPSEC-IM]. The PIB defined in this document is not completely
   aligned with the information model. As work goes on, they should be
   aligned in the near future.

   The PIB contained in this draft is written using SPPI as specified
   in draft-ietf-rap-sppi-01.txt [SPPI]. It will be updated as SPPI
   updates.



4. Operation Overview

   Following the policy framework convention [PCIM], the management
   entity that downloads policy to IPSec-enabled devices will be called
   a Policy Decision Point (PDP) and the target IPSec-enabled devices
   will be called Policy Execution Points (PEP).

   On boot up, a PEP reports to a PDP, among other things, its role or
   role combinations. The PDP then determines the IPSec PIB that should
   be downloaded to the PEP according to the role description. Later
   on, if the role of the PEP changes, the PEP would notify the PDP
   with its new role and the PDP would send new PIB to the PEP. In
   addition, if policy associated with a particular role changes, PDP
   would download new PIB to all the PEPs that have registered with the
   particular role.

   IPsec policy that is pushed down to individual PEP consists of two
   parts: IKE rules for IKE phase one negotiation and IPsec rules for
   IKE phase two negotiation. These sets of rules may be pushed down
   either together or independently. Hence a role is associated with
   each set of rules. Figure 1 shows the relations between the tables
   with an example.


       +----------------------+          +------------------------+
       | ipSecSelectorEntries |          | ipSecRuleTableEntries  |
       |     Group = 10       |< ------------SelectorGroupId = 10 |

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       +----------------------+          |   ActionGroupId = 20   |
                                         |   Role = Finance_X     |
                                         +------------------------+
                                                     |
                                                     |
                                                     v
       +---------------------------+     +------------------------+
       | ipSecIkeRuleEntries       |     |   ipSecActionEntries   |
       |   Prid = 30               |     |       GroupId = 20     |
       |   IkeEndpointGroupId = 40 |     |       Action = Tunnel  |
       |                           | < --------- IkeRuleId = 30   |
       |                           |     |      Role = Finance_X  |
       +---------------------------+     +------------------------+
                     |              \                          |
                     |               \                         |
                     v                \                        v
       +---------------------------+   \               ipSecAssociation
       | ipSecIkeEndpointEntries   |    \               and subsequent
       |                           |     \                 tables
       |     GroupId = 40          |      \
       +---------------------------+       \
                                           v
                                  ipSecIkeAssociations
                                  and subsequent tables





   When a PEP reports to a PDP its roles,

   - if the corresponding policy consists of IPsec rules only (i.e.,
   key management is not through IKE), the roles must match only those
   in the ipSecRuleTable. In the ipSecActionTable referenced by the
   ipSecRuleTable, the values of the ipSecActionIkeRuleId attribute
   must be zero, indicating that no IKE associations are used. As a
   result, the ipSecRuleTable and all subsequent referenced tables are
   pushed down to the PEP.

   - if the corresponding policy consists of IKE rules only, the roles
   must match only those in the ipSecIkeRuleTable. The
   ipSecIkeEndpointTable indicates the peer endpoints with which to
   establish IKE associations. Hence, the ipSecIkeRuleTable and all
   subsequent referenced tables are pushed down to the PEP.

   - if the corresponding policy consists of both IPsec rules and IKE
   rules (i.e., IKE association is established first and it is then
   used for IPsec association negotiation), the roles must match those
   in the ipSecRuleTable. Further more, in the ipSecActionTable
   referenced by the ipSecRuleTable, the ipSecActionIkeRuleId
   attributes must point to ipSecIkeRuleTable entries with the same
   roles. In addition, if IPsec tunnel mode is required in an action,
   the tunnel peer endpoint address must match an ipSecIkeEndpointId in

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   the ipSecIkeEndpointTable. If, on the other hand, IPsec transport
   mode is required, the peer endpoint address of the IPsec association
   must match an ipSecIkeEndpointId in the ipSecIkeEndpointTable. The
   ipSecRuleTable and the ipSecIkeRuleTable as well as all subsequent
   referenced tables are pushed down to the PEP.


4.1 Selector construction

   The ipSecAddressTable specifies individual or a range of IP
   addresses and the ipSecL4PortTable specifies individual or a range
   of layer 4 ports. The ipSecSelectorTable has references to these two
   tables.  Each row in the selector table represents multiple
   selectors. These selectors are constructed as follows:

   1. Substitute the ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId with all the IP
   addresses from the ipSecAddressTable whose ipSecAddressGroupId
   matches the ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId.
   2. Substitute the ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId with all the IP
   addresses from the ipSecAddressTable whose ipSecAddressGroupId
   matches the ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId.
   3. Substitute the ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId with all the ports or
   ranges of port whose ipSecL4PortGroupId matches the
   ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId.
   4. Substitute the ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId with all the ports or
   ranges of port whose ipSecL4PortGroupId matches the
   ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId.
   5. Construct all the possible combinations of the above four fields
   together with the ipSecSelectorProtocol attribute to form a list of
   five-tuple selectors

   Selectors constructed from the same row inherit all the other
   attributes of the row (e.g., ipSecSelectorGranularity)

   The following is an example for building the selectors (only
   relevant fields are shown). Suppose that the ipSecAddressTable is
   populated with the following rows:

   AddrMin       AddrGroupId
   1.2.3.4           1
   1.2.3.18          1
   5.6.7.1           2
   5.6.7.8           2

   For every row in this example, the AddrMax is a zero length octet
   indicating that each row specifies a single IP address.

   The Layer4PortTable is populated with the following rows:

   PortMin    PortMax    PortGroupId
    112       150            1
    99         0             2


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   The PortMax is zero in the second row indicating that a single port
   is specified.

   The ipSecSelectorTable is populated with:

   SrcAddrGpId  dstAddrGpId  srcPortGpId  dstPortGpId  protocol order
     1            2            1            1           udp      1
     1            2            2            2           tcp      2

   The following selectors are constructed:

   srcAddr    dstAddr    protocol    srcPort    dstPort
   1.2.3.4    5.6.7.1      UDP       112-150    112-150
   1.2.3.4    5.6.7.8      UDP       112-150    112-150
   1.2.3.18   5.6.7.1      UDP       112-150    112-150
   1.2.3.18   5.6.7.8      UDP       112-150    112-150
   1.2.3.4    5.6.7.1      TCP        99         99
   1.2.3.4    5.6.7.8      TCP        99         99
   1.2.3.18   5.6.7.1      TCP        99         99
   1.2.3.18   5.6.7.8      TCP        99         99

   The first four selectors are constructed from the first row of the
   selector table whose order equals to 1. They may be ordered in any
   way. However, all of them must be evaluated before the selectors
   constructed from the second row because the order of the second row
   equals to 2.

   The use of references in the ipSecSelectorTable instead of spelling
   out all the IP addresses and port numbers reduces the number of
   bytes being pushed down to PEP. Grouping of IP addresses and layer
   four ports serves the same purpose.

4.2 Start up condition

   The establishment of IKE or IPsec associations may be triggered in
   several ways as indicated by ipSecSelectorStartupCondition and
   ipSecIkeEndpointStartupCondition in the ipSecSelectorTable and
   ipSecIkeEndpointTable respectively. The triggers may be:

   OnBoot: IPsec or IKE association is established after system boot.
   To avoid both endpoints trying to set up the same association, only
   the endpoint whose ipSecSelectorIsOriginator
   (ipSecIkeEndpointIsOriginator) is true can initiate the IPsec (IKE)
   association establishment.

   OnTraffic: IPsec association is established only when packets need
   to be sent and there are no appropriate security associations to
   protect the packets. If there is no IKE association to protect the
   IPsec association negotiation, an IKE association should be set up
   first.

   OnPolicy: IPsec or IKE association is established according to
   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable referenced by the corresponding rule. At

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   the time the policy becomes active, only the endpoint whose
   ipSecSelectorIsOriginator (ipSecIkeEndpointIsOriginator) is true can
   initiate the IPsec (IKE) association establishment.

   These triggers are not mutually exclusive.


4.3 Multiple security associations, proposals and transforms

   Multiple IPsec security associations may be established to protect
   the same traffic between two end points. For example, to protect TCP
   traffic between hosts A and B, an IPsec security association in
   transport mode may be established between hosts A and B. In
   addition, an IPsec security association in tunnel mode may be set up
   between host A and gateway C that protects the LAN host B resides.

   The ipSecRuleIpSecActionGroupId in the ipSecRuleTable is used to
   handle multiple security association establishments or actions. It
   contains references to the actions specified in the
   ipSecActionTable. All the actions in the ipSecActionTable whose
   ipSecActionGroupId matches the ipSecRuleIpSecActionGroupId must be
   applied. The ipSecActionOrder indicates the order these actions
   should be taken in setting up the security associations.

   During a security association negotiation, the initiating point may
   present multiple proposals in preference order. For IPsec security
   association, every proposal may contain different protocols, e.g.,
   AH, ESP (A single proposal here is equivalent to multiple proposal
   payloads with the same proposal number as specified in [ISAKMP]).
   Different protocols are ANDed. Each protocol, in turn, may contain
   multiple transforms in preference order. The responder must select a
   single proposal and a single transform for each protocol.

   Multiple proposals are handled by the ipSecProposalSetTable and
   ipSecIkeProposalSetTable. The ipSecProposalSetOrder and
   ipSecIkeProposalSetOrder in these tables indicate preference.

   Multiple transforms within a protocol are handled by
   ipSecAhTransformSetTable, ipSecEspTransformSetTable and
   ipSecCompTransformSetTable. The IpSecAhTransformSetOrder,
   ipSecEspTransformSetOrder and ipSecCompTransformSetOrder in these
   tables indicate preferences.


5. Summary of the IPSec PIB

   The IPSec PIB consists of several groups that are summarized in the
   following:

   ipSecSelector Group
   This group specifies the selectors for IPSec associations.

   ipSecAssociation Group


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   This group specifies attributes related to IPSec Security
   Associations

   IpSecIkeAssociation Group
   This group specifies attributes related to IKE Security Associations

   IpSecEspTransform Group
   This group specifies attributes related to ESP Transform.

   IpSecAhTransform Group
   This group specifies attributes related to AH Transform

   IpSecCompTransform Group
   This group specifies attributes related to IPSecComp Transform

   IpSecPolicyTimePeriod Group
   This group specifies the time periods during which a policy rule is
   valid.


6. The IPSec PIB

   IPSEC-POLICY-PIB PIB-DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

   IMPORTS
   MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, TEXTUAL-CONVENTION, MODULE-COMPLIANCE
        FROM COPS-PR-SPPI
   OBJECT-IDENTITY
        FROM SNMPv2-SMI
   TruthValue
        FROM SNMPv2-TC
   PolicyInstanceId, PolicyReferenceId, PolicyTagId, PolicyTagReference
        FROM COPS-PR-SPPI;
   RoleCombination
        FROM POLICY-FRAMEWORK-PIB;
   OBJECT-GROUP
        From SNMPv2-CONF;

   ipSecPolicyPib MODULE-IDENTITY
   SUBJECT-CATEGORY { tbd -- IPSec Client Type }
   LAST-UPDATED "200010101800Z"
   ORGANIZATION "IETF ipsp WG"
   CONTACT-INFO "
                Man Li
                Nokia
                5 Wayside Road,
                Burlington, MA 01803
                Phone: +1 781 993 3923
                Email: man.m.li@nokia.com

                Avri Doria
                Nortel Networks
                600 Technology Park Drive

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                Billerica, MA 01821
                Phone: +1 401 663 5024
                Email: avri@nortelnetworks.com

                Jamie Jason
                Intel Corporation
                MS JF3-206
                2111 NE 25th Ave.
                Hillsboro, OR 97124
                Phone: +1 503 264 9531
                Fax: +1 503 264 9428
                E-Mail: jamie.jason@intel.com

                Cliff Wang
                SmartPipes Inc.
                Suite 300, 565 Metro Place South
                Dublin, OH 43017
                Phone: +1 614 923 6241
                E-Mail: CWang@smartpipes.com

   DESCRIPTION
   "This PIB module contains a set of policy rule classes that describe
   IPSec policies."
   ::= { tbd }


   ipSecSelector OBJECT-IDENTITY
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies selectors for IPSec associations.  "
     ::= { ipSecPolicyPib 1 }

   ipSecAssociation OBJECT-IDENTITY
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies attributes related to IPSec Security
   Associations"
     ::= { ipSecPolicyPib 2 }

   ipSecIkeAssociation OBJECT-IDENTITY
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies attributes related to IKE Security
   Associations"
     ::= { ipSecPolicyPib 3 }

   ipSecEspTransform OBJECT-IDENTITY
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies attributes related to ESP Transform"
     ::= { ipSecPolicyPib 4 }

   ipSecAhTransform OBJECT-IDENTITY

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies attributes related to AH Transform"
     ::= { ipSecPolicyPib 5 }

   ipSecCompTransform OBJECT-IDENTITY
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies attributes related to IPSecComp Transform"
     ::= { ipSecPolicyPib 6 }

   ipSecPolicyTimePeriod OBJECT-IDENTITY
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies the time periods during which a policy rule is
   valid.  "
     ::= { ipSecPolicyPib 7 }

   ipSecPolicyPibConformance OBJECT-IDENTITY
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies requirements for conformance to the IPsec
   Policy PIB"
     ::= { ipSecPolicyPib 8 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecAddressTable
   --

   ipSecAddressTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecAddressEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IP addresses"
     INDEX { ipSecAddressPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecAddressAddressType,
       ipSecAddressAddrMask,
       ipSecAddressAddrMin,
       ipSecAddressAddrMax,
       ipSecAddressGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecSelector  1 }

   ipSecAddressEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecAddressEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecAddressTable 1 }

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     IpSecAddressEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecAddressPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecAddressAddressType INTEGER,
        ipSecAddressAddrMask OCTET STRING,
        ipSecAddressAddrMin OCTET STRING,
        ipSecAddressAddrMax OCTET STRING,
        ipSecAddressGroupId PolicyTagId
   }

   ipSecAddressPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  1 }

   ipSecAddressAddressType OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       ipV4-Address(1),
       fqdn(2),
       user-Fqdn(3),
       ipV4-Subnet(4),
       ipV6-Address(5),
       ipV6-Subnet(6),
       ipV4-Address-Range(7),
       ipV6-Address-Range(8),
       der-Asn1-DN(9),
       der-Asn1-GN(10),
       key-Id(11)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the address type. This also controls the length of the
   OCTET STRING for the ipSecAddressAddrMask, ipSecAddressAddrMin and
   ipSecAddressAddrMax objects.
   IPv4 addresses (1)(4)(7) are octet strings of length 4.
   IPv6 addresses (5)(6)(8) are octet strings of length 16.
   Other type of addresses are octet strings of variable length."
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  2 }

   ipSecAddressAddrMask OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A mask for the matching of the IP address. A zero bit in the mask
   means that the corresponding bit in the address always matches. The
   type of this address is based on the ipSecAddressAddressType. If
   ipSecAddressAddressType is not IPv4 addresses (1)(4)(7) or IPv6
   addresses (5)(6)(8), this attribute must be a zero length octet
   string."
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  3 }


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   ipSecAddressAddrMin OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an end point address. The Length of the string is based
   upon the address type.  For IPv4 address types, this attribute is a
   4-bytes octet string. For IPv6 address types, this attribute is a
   64-bytes octet string. For other types of addresses, this attribute
   is a variable length octet string.

A value of all zero (e.g., IPv4 0.0.0.0) accompanied by  the
ipSecAddressAddrMask of all zero means a wild-carded address, i.e., all
addresses match."
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  4 }

   ipSecAddressAddrMax OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If a range of addresses are being used then this specifies the
   ending address. The type of this address must be the same as the
   ipSecAddressAddrMin. The Length of the string is based upon the
   address type.  For IPv4 address types, this attribute is a 4-bytes
   octet string. For IPv6 address types, this attribute is a 64-bytes
   octet string. For other types of addresses, this attribute must be a
   zero length octet string.

   If no range is specified then this attribute must be a zero length
   octet string."
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  5 }

   ipSecAddressGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the group this IP address,address range or subnet address
   belongs to."
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  6 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecL4PortTable
   --

   ipSecL4PortTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecL4PortEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies layer four port numbers"
     INDEX { ipSecL4PortPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {

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       ipSecL4PortPortMin,
       ipSecL4PortPortMax,
       ipSecL4PortGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecSelector  2 }

   ipSecL4PortEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecL4PortEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecL4PortTable 1 }

     IpSecL4PortEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecL4PortPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecL4PortPortMin INTEGER,
        ipSecL4PortPortMax INTEGER,
        ipSecL4PortGroupId PolicyTagId
   }

   ipSecL4PortPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecL4PortEntry  1 }

   ipSecL4PortPortMin OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER (0..65535)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies a layer 4 port or  the first layer 4 port number of a
   range of ports."
     ::= { ipSecL4PortEntry  2 }

   ipSecL4PortPortMax OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER (0..65535)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the last layer 4 source port in the range.  If a range of
   ports is not being used then this object must have a value of 0.
   Otherwise, this value should be greater than that specified by
   ipSecSelectorSrcPortMin."
     ::= { ipSecL4PortEntry  3 }

   ipSecL4PortGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the group this port or range of ports belongs to."
     ::= { ipSecL4PortEntry  4 }



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   --
   --
   -- The ipSecSelectorTable
   --

   ipSecSelectorTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecSelectorEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec address selector table. Each row in the selector
   table represents multiple selectors. These selectors are obtained as
   follows:

   1. Substitute the ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId with all the IP
   addresses from the ipSecAddressTable whose ipSecAddressGroupId
   matches the ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId.
   2. Substitute the ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId with all the IP
   addresses from the ipSecAddressTable whose ipSecAddressGroupId
   matches the ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId.
   3. Substitute the ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId with all the ports or
   ranges of port whose ipSecL4PortGroupId matches the
   ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId.
   4. Substitute the ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId with all the ports or
   ranges of port whose ipSecL4PortGroupId matches the
   ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId.
   5. Construct all the possible combinations of the above four fields
   together with the ipSecSelectorProtocol attribute to form all the
   five-tuple selectors

Selectors constructed from a row inherit all the other attributes of
the row (e.g., ipSecSelectorGranularity)."
     INDEX { ipSecSelectorPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId,
       ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId,
       ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId,
       ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId,
       ipSecSelectorProtocol,
       ipSecSelectorGranularity,
       ipSecSelectorOrder,
       ipSecSelectorStartupCondition,
       ipSecSelectorIsOriginator,
       ipSecSelectorGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecSelector  3 }

   ipSecSelectorEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecSelectorEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecSelectorTable 1 }

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     IpSecSelectorEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecSelectorPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecSelectorProtocol INTEGER,
        ipSecSelectorGranularity INTEGER,
        ipSecSelectorOrder Unsigned32,
        ipSecSelectorStartupCondition BITS,
        ipSecSelectorIsOriginator TruthValue,
        ipSecSelectorGroupId PolicyTagId
   }

   ipSecSelectorPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  1 }

   ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecAddressGroupId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies source addresses. All addresses in ipSecAddressTable
   whose ipSecAddressGroupId match  this value are included as source
   addresses."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  2 }

   ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecL4PortGroupId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies source layer 4 port numbers. All ports in ipSecL4Port
   whose ipSecL4PortGroupId match this value are included."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  3 }

   ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecAddressGroupId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies destination addresses. All addresses in ipSecAddressTable
   whose ipSecAddressGroupId match  this value are included as
   destination addresses."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  4 }

   ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference

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     PIB-TAG    ipSecL4PortGroupId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies destination layer 4 port numbers. All ports in
   ipSecL4Port whose ipSecL4PortGroupId match this value are included."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  5 }

   ipSecSelectorProtocol OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER (0..255)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IP protocol to match against the packet's protocol. A
   value of zero means match all"
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  6 }

   ipSecSelectorGranularity OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       wide(1),
       narrow(2)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies how the security associations established may be used.
   A value of 1 (Wide) indicates that this security association may be
   used by all packets that match the same selector that is matched by
   the packet triggering the establishment of this association.
A value of 2  (Narrow) indicates that this security association can be
used only by packets that have exactly the same selector attribute
values as that of the packet triggering the establishment of this
association."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  7 }

   ipSecSelectorOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the selectors
   within the ipSecSelectorGroup. A given precedence order is
   positioned before one with a higher-valued precedence order. All
   selectors constructed from the same row have the same order.  The
   position of selectors with the same order is unspecified."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  8 }

   ipSecSelectorStartupCondition OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX BITS {
       onBoot(1),
       onTraffic(2),
       onPolicy(3)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
"Specifies the triggering event that causes the rule that references
this selector to be applied. OnBoot (1) means that  the rule is

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triggered after system boot. This selector is used as the selector for
the IPsec action. OnTraffic (2) means that the rule is triggered when
packets without associated security associations are sent or received.
This selector is used as the selector for the IPsec action. OnPolicy
(3) means that the rule is triggered when it becomes valid as specified
by ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroupTable.  This selector is used as the
selector for the IPsec action."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  9 }

   ipSecSelectorIsOriginator OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If ipSecSelectorStartupCondition is either onBoot (1) or onPolicy
   (3) and  when IPsec associations need to be set up, this PEP should
   initiate the establishment if this attribute is True.  Otherwise, it
   should wait for the other end to initiate the setup."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  10 }

   ipSecSelectorGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specify the group this selector(s) belongs to. Selectors in the
   same group are provided with the same IPsec services."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  11 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecRuleTable
   --

   ipSecRuleTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecRuleEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec rules. "
     INDEX { ipSecRulePrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecRuleRoles,
       ipSecRuleDirection,
       ipSecRuleipSecSelectorGroupId,
       ipSecRuleIpSecActionGroupId,
       ipSecRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  4 }

   ipSecRuleEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecRuleEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION

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   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecRuleTable 1 }

     IpSecRuleEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecRulePrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecRuleRoles RoleCombination,
        ipSecRuleDirection INTEGER,
        ipSecRuleIpSecSelectorGroupId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecRuleIpSecActionGroupId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId PolicyTagReference
   }

   ipSecRulePrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  1 }

   ipSecRuleRoles OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX RoleCombination
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the role combinations of the interface to which this
   IPSec rule should apply."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  2 }

   ipSecRuleDirection OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       in(1),
       out(2),
       bi-directional(3)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the direction of traffic to which this rule should
   apply."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  3 }

   ipSecRuleIpSecSelectorGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecSelectorGroupId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies the selectors to be associated with this IPSec rule. The
   selectors in the ipSecSelectorTable whose ipSecSelectorGroupId
   matches this attribute are provided with the IPSec services
   specified by this rule."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  4 }

   ipSecRuleIpSecActionGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecActionActionGroupId

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This attribute identifies the IPsec action groups that is
   associated with this rule. All actions specified in ipSecActionTable
   whose ipSecActionActionGroupId match the value of this attribute
   must be applied. "
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  5 }

   ipSecRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This attribute identifies an IPsec rule time period group,
   specified in ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroupTable, that is associated with
   this rule

   A value of zero indicates that this IPsec rule is always valid until
   being deleted."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  6 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecActionTable
   --

   ipSecActionTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecActionEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec action."
     INDEX { ipSecActionPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecActionAction,
       ipSecActionTunnelEndpointId,
       ipSecActionDfHandling,
       ipSecActionDoLogging,
       ipSecActionIpSecSecurityAssociationId,
       ipSecActionActionGroupId,
       ipSecActionOrder,
       ipSecActionIkeRuleId
       }
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  5 }

   ipSecActionEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecActionEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecActionTable 1 }


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     IpSecActionEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecActionPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecActionAction INTEGER,
        ipSecActionTunnelEndpointId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecActionDfHandling INTEGER,
        ipSecActionDoLogging TruthValue,
        ipSecActionIpSecSecurityAssociationId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecActionActionGroupId PolicyTagId,
        ipSecActionOrder Unsigned32,
        ipSecActionIkeRuleId PolicyReferenceId
   }

   ipSecActionPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  1 }

   ipSecActionAction OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       byPass(1),
       discard(2),
       transport(3),
       tunnel(4)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the IPsec action to be applied to the traffic. ByPass(1)
   means that the packet should pass in clear. Discard(2) means that
   the packet should be denied. Transport(3) means that the packet
   should be protected with a security association in transport mode.
   Tunnel(4) means that the packet should be protected with a security
   association in tunnel mode.  If Tunnel (4) is specified,
   ipSecActionTunnelEndpointId must also be specified"
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  2 }

   ipSecActionTunnelEndpointId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecAddressTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When ipSecActionAction is Tunnel, this attribute specifies the IP
   address of the other end of the tunnel. The address specified in
   ipSecAddressTable whose ipSecAddressPrid matches this value is the
   other end of the tunnel. When ipSecActionAction is not tunnel, this
   attribute should be ignored. "
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  3 }

   ipSecActionDfHandling OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       copy(1),
       set(2),

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       clear(3)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When ipSecActionAction is tunnel, this attribute specifies how the
   DF bit is managed by the tunnel when ipSecActionAction is tunnel.
   Copy (1) indicates that the DF bit is copied. Set (2) indicates that
   the DF bit is set. Clear (3) indicates that the DF bit is cleared.
   When ipSecActionAction is not tunnel, this attribute should be
   ignored. "
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  4 }

   ipSecActionDoLogging OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies if an audit message should be logged when discard action
   is taken."
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  5 }

   ipSecActionIpSecSecurityAssociationId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecAssociationTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an IPSec association, specified in
   ipSecSecurityAssociationTable,  that is associated with this action.
   When ipSecActionAction attribute specifies Bypass (1) or Discard
   (2), this attribute must have a value of zero. Otherwise, its value
   must be greater than zero."
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  6 }

   ipSecActionActionGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the group this action belongs to. When ipSecActionAction
   is bypass or discard, this attribute must be zero. Otherwise, this
   attribute must be greater than zero."
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  7 }

   ipSecActionOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the order the actions in this group be applied. An action
   with a lower order number is applied before one with a higher order
   number.  "
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  8 }

   ipSecActionIkeRuleId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecIkeRuleTable

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an IKE rule, specified in
   ipSecIkeRuleTable, that is associated with this IPsec rule.
   A value of zero means that there is no IKE rule associated."
     ::= { ipSecActionEntry  9 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecAssociationTable
   --

   ipSecAssociationTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecAssociationEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies attributes associated with IPsec associations"
     INDEX { ipSecAssociationPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecAssociationRefreshThresholdSeconds,
       ipSecAssociationRefreshThresholdKilobytes,
       ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes,
       ipSecAssociationTrafficIdleTime,
       ipSecAssociationUsePfs,
       ipSecAssociationUseIkeGroup,
       ipSecAssociationDhGroup,
       ipSecAssociationProposalSetId
       }
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  6 }

   ipSecAssociationEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecAssociationEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecAssociationTable 1 }

     IpSecAssociationEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecAssociationPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecAssociationRefreshThresholdSeconds INTEGER,
        ipSecAssociationRefreshThresholdKilobytes INTEGER,
        ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned32,
        ipSecAssociationTrafficIdleTime Unsigned32,
        ipSecAssociationUsePfs TruthValue,
        ipSecAssociationUseIkeGroup TruthValue,
        ipSecAssociationDhGroup Unsigned32,
        ipSecAssociationProposalSetId PolicyTagReference
   }


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   ipSecAssociationPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  1 }

   ipSecAssociationRefreshThresholdSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER (1..100)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the percentage of expiration (in other words, the refresh
   threshold) of an established SA's seconds lifetime at which to begin
   renegotiation of the SA.
   A value of 100 means that renegotiation does not occur until the
   seconds lifetime value has expired."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  2 }

   ipSecAssociationRefreshThresholdKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER (1..100)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the percentage of expiration of an established SA's
   kilobyte lifetime at which to begin renegotiation of the SA.
A value of 100 means that renegotiation does not occur until the
seconds lifetime value has expired."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  3 }

   ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the minimum SA seconds lifetime that will be
   accepted from a peer while negotiating an SA based upon this action.
   A value of zero indicates that there is no minimum lifetime
   enforced."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  4 }

   ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the minimum kilobyte lifetime that will be accepted from
   a negotiating peer while negotiating an SA based upon this action.
   A value of zero indicates that there is no minimum lifetime
   enforced."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  5 }

   ipSecAssociationTrafficIdleTime OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION


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   "Specifies the amount of time in seconds an SA may remain idle (in
   other words, no traffic protected by the SA) before it is deleted.
   A value of zero indicates that there is no idle time detection. The
   expiration of the SA is determined by the expiration of one of the
   lifetime values."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  6 }

   ipSecAssociationUsePfs OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If true,  PFS should be used when negotiating the phase two IPsec
   SA.
       "
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  7 }

   ipSecAssociationUseIkeGroup OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If true, the phase two DH group number should be the same as that
   of phase 1. Otherwise, the group number specified by the
   ipSecSecurityAssociationDhGroup attribute should be used.
   This attribute is ignored if ipSecSecurityAssociationUsePfs is
   false."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  8 }

   ipSecAssociationDhGroup OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If PFS should be used during IKE phase two and
   ipSecSecurityAssociationUseIkeGroup is false, this attribute
   specifies the Diffie-Hellman group to use.
   This attribute is ignored if ipSecSecurityAssociationUsePfs is
   false."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  9 }

   ipSecAssociationProposalSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies the IPsec proposal set, specified in
   ipSecProposalGroupTable, that is associated with this IPsec
   association."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  10 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecProposalSetTable
   --

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   ipSecProposalSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecProposalSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec proposal sets. Proposals within a set are ORed with
   preference order."
     INDEX { ipSecProposalSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId,
       ipSecProposalSetProposalId,
       ipSecProposalSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  7 }

   ipSecProposalSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecProposalSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetTable 1 }

     IpSecProposalSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecProposalSetPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId PolicyTagId,
        ipSecProposalSetProposalId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecProposalSetOrder Unsigned32
   }

   ipSecProposalSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an IPsec proposal set"
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecProposalSetProposalId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecProposalTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an IPsec Proposal, specified by
   ipSecProposalTable, that is included in this set."
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetEntry  3 }


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   ipSecProposalSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the proposal
   identified by ipSecProposalSetProposalId in a proposal set. The
   proposal set is identified by ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId.
   Proposals within a set are ORed with preference order. A given
   precedence order is positioned before one with a higher-valued
   precedence order."
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecProposalTable
   --

   ipSecProposalTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecProposalEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an IPsec proposal. It has references to ESP, AH and
   IPComp Transform sets. Within a proposal, different types of
   transforms are ANDed. Within one type of transforms, the choices are
   ORed with preference order."
     INDEX { ipSecProposalPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecProposalLifetimeKilobytes,
       ipSecProposalLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecProposalEspTransformSetId,
       ipSecProposalAhTransformSetId,
       ipSecProposalCompTransformSetId
       }
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  8 }

   ipSecProposalEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecProposalEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecProposalTable 1 }

     IpSecProposalEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecProposalPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecProposalLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned32,
        ipSecProposalLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecProposalEspTransformSetId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecProposalAhTransformSetId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecProposalCompTransformSetId PolicyTagReference
   }


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   ipSecProposalPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  1 }

   ipSecProposalLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the kilobyte lifetime for this particular proposal.

A value of zero indicates that there is no kilobyte lifetime."
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  2 }

   ipSecProposalLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the seconds lifetime for this particular proposal.

   A value of zero indicates that the lifetime value defaults to 8
   hours.
       "
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  3 }

   ipSecProposalEspTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies the ESP transform set, specified in
   ipSecEspTransformSetTable, that is associated with this proposal."
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  4 }

   ipSecProposalAhTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies the AH transform set, specified in
   ipSecAhTransformSetTable, that is associated with this proposal."
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  5 }

   ipSecProposalCompTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies the IPComp transform set, specified in
   ipSecCompTransformSetTable, that is associated with this proposal."
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  6 }

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   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeAssociationTable
   --

   ipSecIkeAssociationTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeAssociationEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies attributes related to IKE associations."
     INDEX { ipSecIkeAssociationPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdSeconds,
       ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdKilobytes,
       ipSecIkeAssociationMinLiftetimeSeconds,
       ipSecIkeAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes,
       ipSecIkeAssociationTrafficIdleTime,
       ipSecIkeAssociationExchangeMode,
       ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdDerivedKeys,
       ipSecIkeAssociationIKEProposalSetId
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  9 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeAssociationEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeAssociationEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeAssociationPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdSeconds INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdKilobytes INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeAssociationMinLiftetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeAssociationTrafficIdleTime Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeAssociationExchangeMode INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdDerivedKeys INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeAssociationIKEProposalSetId PolicyTagReference
   }

   ipSecIkeAssociationPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdSeconds OBJECT-TYPE

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     SYNTAX INTEGER (1..100)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the percentage of expiration (in other words, the refresh
   threshold) of an established SA's seconds lifetime at which to begin
   renegotiation of the SA.

A value of 100 means that renegotiation does not occur until the
seconds lifetime value has expired."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER (1..100)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the percentage of expiration of an established SA's
   kilobyte lifetime at which to begin renegotiation of the SA.

   A value of 100 means that renegotiation does not occur until the
   seconds lifetime value has expired."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationMinLiftetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the minimum SA seconds lifetime that will be
   accepted from a peer while negotiating an SA based upon this action.

   A value of zero indicates that there is no minimum lifetime
   enforced."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  4 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the minimum kilobyte lifetime that will be accepted from
   a negotiating peer while negotiating an SA based upon this action.

   A value of zero indicates that there is no minimum lifetime
   enforced."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  5 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationTrafficIdleTime OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the amount of time in seconds an SA may remain idle (in
   other words, no traffic protected by the SA) before it is deleted.
   A value of zero indicates that there is no idle time detection. The
   expiration of the SA is determined by the expiration of one of the
   lifetime values.

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       "
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  6 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationExchangeMode OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       baseMode(1),
       mainMode(2),
       aggressiveMode(4)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the negotiation mode that the IKE server will use for
   phase one. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  7 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationRefreshThresholdDerivedKeys OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER (1..100)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the percentage of expiration of an established IKE SA's
   derived keys lifetime at which to begin renegotiation of the SA.

   A value of 100 means that renegotiation does not occur until the
   derived key lifetime value has expired. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  8 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationIKEProposalSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies the IKE proposal set, specified in
   ipSecIkeProposalGroupTable, that is associated with this IKE
   association."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  9 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeRuleTable
   --

   ipSecIkeRuleTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeRuleEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IKE rule."
     INDEX { ipSecIkeRulePrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeRuleRoles,
       ipSecIkeRuleIkeAssiciationId,
       ipSecIkeRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId,

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       ipSecIkeRuleIkeEndpointGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  10 }

   ipSecIkeRuleEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeRuleEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeRuleEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeRulePrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecIkeRuleRoles RoleCombination,
        ipSecIkeRuleIkeAssiciationId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId PolicyTagReference,
        ipSecIkeRuleIkeEndpointGroupId PolicyTagReference
   }

   ipSecIkeRulePrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeRuleRoles OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX RoleCombination
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the role combinations of the interface to which this IKE
   rule should apply."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeRuleIkeAssiciationId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecIkeAssociationTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This attribute identifies the IKE action, specified in
   ipSecIkeAssociationTable,  that is associated with this rule"
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This attribute identifies an IPsec rule time period group,
   sepcified in ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroupTable, that is associated with
   this IKE rule



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   A value of zero indicates that this IKE rule is always valid until
   being deleted."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  4 }

   ipSecIkeRuleIkeEndpointGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagReference
     PIB-TAG    ipSecIkeEndpointGroupId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies a group of endpoints with which this PEP
   may set up IKE associations. The endpoints specified in
   ipSecIkeEndpointTable whose ipSecIkeEndpointGroupId matches this
   attribute are the endpoints involved. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  5 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeProposalSetTable
   --

   ipSecIkeProposalSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeProposalSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IKE proposal sets. Proposals within a set are ORed with
   preference order. "
     INDEX { ipSecIkeProposalSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId,
       ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalId,
       ipSecIkeProposalSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  11 }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeProposalSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeProposalSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeProposalSetPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId PolicyTagId,
        ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeProposalSetOrder Unsigned32
   }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current

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     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that uniquely identifies an IKE proposal set. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecIkeProposalTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an IKE proposal, specified by the
   ipSecIkeProposalTable, that is included in this set."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the proposal
   identified by ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalId in a proposal set. The
   proposal set is identified by ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId.
   Proposals within a set are ORed with preference order. A given
   precedence order is positioned before one with a higher-valued
   precedence order."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeProposalTable
   --

   ipSecIkeProposalTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeProposalEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies attributes associated with IKE proposals."
     INDEX { ipSecIkeProposalPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeKilobytes,
       ipSecIkeProposalCipherAlgorithm,
       ipSecIkeProposalHashAlgorithm,
       ipSecIkeProposalAuthenticationMethod,
       ipSecIkeProposalLifetimeDerivedKeys,
       ipSecIkeProposalPrfAlgorithm,

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       ipSecIkeProposalIkeDhGroup
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  12 }

   ipSecIkeProposalEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeProposalEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeProposalEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeProposalPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeProposalCipherAlgorithm INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeProposalHashAlgorithm INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeProposalAuthenticationMethod INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeProposalLifetimeDerivedKeys Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeProposalPrfAlgorithm Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeProposalIkeDhGroup Unsigned32
   }

   ipSecIkeProposalPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the seconds lifetime for this particular proposal.

   A value of zero indicates that the lifetime value defaults to 8
   hours. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the kilobyte lifetime for this particular proposal.

   A value of zero indicates that there is no kilobyte lifetime. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeProposalCipherAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       des-CBC(1),
       idea-CBC(2),

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       blowfish-CBC(3),
       rc5-R16-B64-CBC(4),
       tripleDes-CBC(5),
       cast-CBC(6)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the encryption algorithm to propose for the IKE
   association. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  4 }

   ipSecIkeProposalHashAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       md5(1),
       sha-1(2),
       tiger(3)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
"Specifies the hash algorithm to propose for the IKE association."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  5 }

   ipSecIkeProposalAuthenticationMethod OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       presharedKey(1),
       dssSignatures(2),
       rsaSignatures(3),
       rsaEncryption(4),
       revisedRsaEncryption(5),
       kerberos(6)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the authentication method to propose for the IKE
   association. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  6 }

   ipSecIkeProposalLifetimeDerivedKeys OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the number of times the IKE phase one key may be used to
   derive an IKE phase two key. A value of zero indicates that the
   number of times an IKE phase one key may be used to derive an IKE
   phase two key is limited by the seconds and/or kilobyte lifetimes. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  7 }

   ipSecIkeProposalPrfAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the Psuedo-Random Function (PRF) to propose for the IKE
   association. "

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     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  8 }

   ipSecIkeProposalIkeDhGroup OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the Diffie-Hellman group to propose for the IKE
   association.  "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  9 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeEndpointTable
   --

   ipSecIkeEndpointTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeEndpointEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the peer endpoints with which this PEP should establish
   IKE associations according to ipSecIkeEndpointStartupCondition."
     INDEX { ipSecIkeEndpointPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeEndpointUseIkeIdentityType,
       ipSecIkeEndpointIkeIdentityId,
       ipSecIkeEndpointEndpointId,
       ipSecIkeEndpointStartupCondition,
       ipSecIkeEndpointIsOriginator,
       ipSecIkeEndpointGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  13 }

   ipSecIkeEndpointEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeEndpointEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeEndpointTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeEndpointEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeEndpointPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecIkeEndpointUseIkeIdentityType INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeEndpointIkeIdentityId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeEndpointEndpointId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeEndpointStartupCondition BITS,
        ipSecIkeEndpointIsOriginator TruthValue,
        ipSecIkeEndpointGroupId PolicyTagId
   }

   ipSecIkeEndpointPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecIkeEndpointEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeEndpointUseIkeIdentityType OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       ipV4-Address(1),
       fqdn(2),
       user-Fqdn(3),
       ipV4-Subnet(4),
       ipV6-Address(5),
       ipV6-Subnet(6),
       ipV4-Address-Range(7),
       ipV6-Address-Range(8),
       der-Asn1-DN(9),
       der-Asn1-GN(10),
       key-Id(11)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the IKE identity to use during negotiation."
     ::= { ipSecIkeEndpointEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeEndpointIkeIdentityId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecAddressTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies the IKE identity of the peer point. This
   information is used during IKE negotiation. The type of this address
   is specified by ipSecIkeEndpointIkeIdentityType.  The address
   specified in the ipSecAddressTable whose ipSecAddressPrid matches
   this integer is the IKE identity.  "
    ::= { ipSecIkeEndpointEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeEndpointEndpointId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecAddressTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an endpoint address with which this PEP may establish IKE
   association. The address in the ipSecAddressTable whose
   ipSecAddressPrid matches this value is the endpoint address. This
   address must identify a single endpoint. Address ranges or subnet
   addresses are not allowed "
    ::= { ipSecIkeEndpointEntry  4 }

   ipSecIkeEndpointStartupCondition OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX BITS {
       onBoot(1),
       onTraffic(2),
       onPolicy(3)

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       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the triggering event that causes the IKE rule referenced
   be applied.OnBoot (1) means that  the rule is triggered after system
   boot. OnTraffic (2) means that the rule is triggered when packets
   without associated security associations are sent or received.
   OnPolicy (3) means that the rule is triggered when it becomes valid
   as specified by ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroupTable.  "
     ::= { ipSecIkeEndpointEntry  5 }

   ipSecIkeEndpointIsOriginator OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If this attribute is true,  when IKE associations need to be set
   up, this PEP should initiate the establishment. Otherwise, it should
   wait for the other end to initiate the setup."
     ::= { ipSecIkeEndpointEntry  6 }

   ipSecIkeEndpointGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the group this IKE endpoint belongs to."
     ::= { ipSecIkeEndpointEntry  7 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecEspTransformSetTable
   --

   ipSecEspTransformSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecEspTransformSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an ESP transform group. Within a transform group, the
   choices are ORed with preference order."
     INDEX { ipSecEspTransformSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId,
       ipSecEspTransformSetTransformId,
       ipSecEspTransformSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecEspTransform  14 }

   ipSecEspTransformSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecEspTransformSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"

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     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetTable 1 }

     IpSecEspTransformSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecEspTransformSetPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId PolicyTagId,
        ipSecEspTransformSetTransformId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecEspTransformSetOrder Unsigned32
   }

   ipSecEspTransformSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies a set of ESP transforms"
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecEspTransformSetTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecEspTransformTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an ESP transform, specified by
   ipSecEspTransformTable, that is included in this set."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecEspTransformSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the transform
   identified by ipSecEspTransformSetTransformId within a transform
   set. The transform set is identified by
   ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId. Transforms within a set are ORed
   with preference order. A given precedence order is positioned before
   one with a higher-valued precedence order."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecEspTransformTable
   --

   ipSecEspTransformTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecEspTransformEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an ESP transform."
     INDEX { ipSecEspTransformPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecEspTransformIntegrityTransformId,
       ipSecEspTransformCipherTransformId,
       ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyRounds,
       ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyLength
       }
     ::= { ipSecEspTransform  15 }

   ipSecEspTransformEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecEspTransformEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformTable 1 }

     IpSecEspTransformEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecEspTransformPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecEspTransformIntegrityTransformId INTEGER,
        ipSecEspTransformCipherTransformId INTEGER,
        ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyRounds Unsigned32,
        ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyLength Unsigned32
   }

   ipSecEspTransformPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  1 }

   ipSecEspTransformIntegrityTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       none(0),
       hmacMd5(1),
       hmacSha(2),
       desMac(3),
       kpdk(4)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the ESP integrity algorithm to propose."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  2 }

   ipSecEspTransformCipherTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       desIV64(1),
       des(2),
       tripleDES(3),
       rc5(4),

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       idea(5),
       cast(6),
       blowfish(7),
       tripleIDEA(8),
       desIV32(9),
       rc4(10),
       null(11)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the ESP cipher/encryption algorithm to propose.
       "
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  3 }

   ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyRounds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the number of key rounds for the ESP cipher
   algorithm specified by the attribute
   ipSecEspTransformCipherTransformId. "
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  4 }

   ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyLength OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the length of the ESP cipher key in bits. "
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  5 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecAhTransformSetTable
   --

   ipSecAhTransformSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecAhTransformSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an AH transform set. Within a transform set, the choices
   are ORed with preference order."
     INDEX { ipSecAhTransformSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId,
       ipSecAhTransformSetTransformId,
       ipSecAhTransformSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecAhTransform  16 }

   ipSecAhTransformSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecAhTransformSetEntry

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetTable 1 }

     IpSecAhTransformSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecAhTransformSetPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId PolicyTagId,
        ipSecAhTransformSetTransformId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecAhTransformSetOrder Unsigned32
   }

   ipSecAhTransformSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an AH transform set."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecAhTransformSetTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecAhTransformTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an AH transform, as specified in
   ipSecAhTransformTable, that is included in this set."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecAhTransformSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the transform
   identified by ipSecAhTransformSetTransformId within a transform set.
   The transform set is identified by
   ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId. Transforms within a set are ORed
   with preference order. A given precedence order is positioned before
   one with a higher-valued precedence order."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecAhTransformTable
   --


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   ipSecAhTransformTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecAhTransformEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an AH transform"
     INDEX { ipSecAhTransformPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecAhTransformTransformId
       }
     ::= { ipSecAhTransform  17 }

   ipSecAhTransformEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecAhTransformEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformTable 1 }

     IpSecAhTransformEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecAhTransformPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecAhTransformTransformId INTEGER
   }

   ipSecAhTransformPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class "
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  1 }

   ipSecAhTransformTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       md5(2),
       sha-1(3),
       des(4)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the AH hash algorithm to propose"
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  2 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecCompTransformSetTable
   --

   ipSecCompTransformSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecCompTransformSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION

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   "Specifies an IPComp  transform set. Within a transform set, the
   choices are ORed with preference order."
     INDEX { ipSecCompTransformSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId,
       ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId,
       ipSecCompTransformSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecCompTransform  18 }

   ipSecCompTransformSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecCompTransformSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetTable 1 }

     IpSecCompTransformSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecCompTransformSetPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId PolicyTagId,
        ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId PolicyReferenceId,
        ipSecCompTransformSetOrder Unsigned32
   }

   ipSecCompTransformSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an IPComp transform set"
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecCompTransformTable
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an IPComp Transform, specified by
   ipSecCompTransformTable, that is included in this set."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecCompTransformSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the transform
   identified by ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId within a transform

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   set. The transform set is identified by
   ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId. Transforms within a set are
   ORed with preference order. A given precedence order is positioned
   before one with a higher-valued precedence order."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecCompTransformTable
   --

   ipSecCompTransformTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecCompTransformEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an IPComp transform."
     INDEX { ipSecCompTransformPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecCompTransformAlgorithm,
       ipSecCompTransformDictionarySize,
       ipSecCompTransformPrivateAlgorithm
       }
     ::= { ipSecCompTransform  19 }

   ipSecCompTransformEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecCompTransformEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformTable 1 }

     IpSecCompTransformEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecCompTransformPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecCompTransformAlgorithm INTEGER,
        ipSecCompTransformDictionarySize Unsigned32,
        ipSecCompTransformPrivateAlgorithm Unsigned32
   }

   ipSecCompTransformPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  1 }

   ipSecCompTransformAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       oui(1),
       deflate(2),
       lzs(3)
       }

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the IPComp compression algorithm to propose."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  2 }

   ipSecCompTransformDictionarySize OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the log2 maximum size of the dictionary."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  3 }

   ipSecCompTransformPrivateAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies a specific vendor algorithm that will be used.  "
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable
   --

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecRuleTimePeriodEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the time periods during which a policy rule is valid. The
   values of the first five attributes in a row are ANDed together to
   determine the validity period(s). If any of the five attributes is
   not present, it is treated as having value always enabled.  "
     INDEX { ipSecRuleTimePeriodPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimePeriod,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodMonthOfYearMask,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfMonthMask,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfWeekMask,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimeOfDayMask,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodLocalOrUtcTime
       }
     ::= { ipSecPolicyTimePeriod  20 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecRuleTimePeriodEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable 1 }

     IpSecRuleTimePeriodEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

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        ipSecRuleTimePeriodPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimePeriod OCTET STRING,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodMonthOfYearMask OCTET STRING,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfMonthMask OCTET STRING,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfWeekMask OCTET STRING,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimeOfDayMask OCTET STRING,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodLocalOrUtcTime INTEGER
   }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  1 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimePeriod OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An octet string that identifies an overall range of calendar dates
   and times over which a policy rule is valid.  It reuses the format
   for an explicit time period defined in RFC 2445 : a string
   representing a starting date and time, in which the character 'T'
   indicates the beginning of the time portion, followed by the solidus
   character '/', followed by a similar string representing an end date
   and time.  The first date indicates the beginning of the range,
   while the second date indicates the end.  Thus, the second date and
   time must be later than the first.  Date/times are expressed as
   substrings
   of the form yyyymmddThhmmss.

   There are also two special cases:

   -  If the first date/time is replaced with the string THISANDPRIOR,
   then the property indicates that a policy rule is valid [from now]
   until the date/time that appears after the '/'.



   - If the second date/time is replaced with the string THISANDFUTURE,
   then the property indicates that a policy rule becomes valid on the
   date/time that appears before the '/', and remains valid from that
   point on. "
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  2 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodMonthOfYearMask OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An octet string that specifies which months the policy is valid
   for.  The octet string is structured as follows:


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   - a 4-octet length field, indicating the length of the entire octet
   string; this field is always set to 0x00000006 for this property;

   - a 2-octet field consisting of 12 bits identifying the 12 months of
   the year, beginning with January and ending with December, followed
   by 4 bits that are always set to '0'.  For each month, the value '1'
   indicates that the policy is valid for that month, and the value '0'
   indicates that it is not valid.

    If this property is omitted, then the policy rule is treated as
   valid for all twelve months."
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  3 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfMonthMask OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An octet string that specifies which days of the month the policy
   is valid for. The octet string is structured as follows:

   -a 4-octet length field, indicating the length of the entire octet
   string; this field is always set to 0x0000000C for this property;

   -an 8-octet field consisting of 31 bits identifying the days of the
   month counting from the beginning, followed by 31 more bits
   identifying the days of the month counting from the end, followed by
   2 bits that are always set to '0'.  For each day, the value '1'
   indicates that the policy is valid for that day, and the value '0'
   indicates that it is not valid.

   For months with fewer than 31 days, the digits corresponding to days
   that the months do not have (counting in both directions) are
   ignored. "
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  4 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfWeekMask OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An octet string that specifies which days of the week the policy is
   valid for. The octet string is structured as follows:

   - a 4-octet length field, indicating the length of the entire octet
   string; this field is always set to 0x00000005 for this property;

   - a 1-octet field consisting of 7 bits identifying the 7 days of the
   week, beginning with Sunday and ending with Saturday, followed by 1
   bit that is always set to '0'.  For each day of the week, the value
   '1' indicates that the policy is valid for that day, and the value
   '0' indicates that it is not valid. "
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  5 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimeOfDayMask OBJECT-TYPE

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     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An octet string that specifies a range of times in a day the policy
   is valid for. It is formatted as follows:
   A  time  string beginning with the character 'T', followed by the
   solidus character '/', followed by a second time string.  The first
   time indicates the beginning of the range, while the second time
   indicates the end.  Times are expressed as substrings of the form
   Thhmmss.

   The second substring always identifies a later time than the first
   substring.  To allow for ranges that span midnight, however, the
   value of the second string may be smaller than the value of the
   first substring.  Thus, T080000/T210000 identifies the range from
   0800 until 2100, while T210000/T080000 identifies the range from
   2100 until 0800 of the following day.
   "
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  6 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodLocalOrUtcTime OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       localTime(1),
       utcTime(2)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This property indicates whether the times represented in this table
   represent local times or UTC times.  There is no provision for
   mixing of local times and UTC times:  the value of this property
   applies to all of the other time-related properties. "
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  7 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable
   --

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies mutiple time period sets. The ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable
   can specifie only a single time period within a day. This table
   enables the specificaiton of multiple time periods within a day by
   grouping them into one set. "
     INDEX { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodId
       }

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     ::= { ipSecPolicyTimePeriod  21 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable 1 }

     IpSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetPrid PolicyInstanceId,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId PolicyTagId,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodId PolicyReferenceId
   }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyInstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index to uniquely identify an instance of this class"
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyTagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that uniquely identifies an ipSecRuleTimePeriod set. "
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX PolicyReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCE    ipSecRuleTimePeriod
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an ipSecRuleTimePeriod, specified by the
   ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable, that is included in this set."
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry  3 }


   --
   --
   -- Conformance Section
   --

   ipSecPolicyPibConformanceCompliances
       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformance 1 }

   ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups
       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformance 2 }

   IPSecPibCompilance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION

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   "        Compliance statement"
       MODULE MANDATORY-GROUPS {
           ipSecAddressGroup,
           ipSecL4PortGroup,
           ipSecSelectorGroup,
           ipSecRuleGroup,
           ipSecActionGroup,
           ipSecAssociationGroup,
           ipSecProposalSetGroup,
           ipSecProposalGroup,
           ipSecIkeAssociationGroup,
           ipSecIkeRuleGroup,
           ipSecIkeProposalSetGroup,
           ipSecIkeProposalGroup,
           ipSecIkeEndpointGroup,
           ipSecEspTransformSetGroup,
           ipSecEspTransformGroup,
           ipSecAhTransformSetGroup,
           ipSecAhTransformGroup,
           ipSecCompTransformSetGroup,
           ipSecCompTransformGroup,
           }

       GROUP ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroup
           DESCRIPTION
   "The ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroup is mandatory if policy scheduling is
   supported."
       GROUP ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetGroup
           DESCRIPTION
   "The ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetGroup is mandatory if policy scheduling
   is supported."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceCompliances 1 }

   ipSecAddressGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           AddressType,
           AddrMask,
           AddrMin,
           AddrMax,
           GroupId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecAddressTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  1 }
   ipSecL4PortGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           PortMin,
           PortMax,
           GroupId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION

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   "    Objects from the ipSecL4PortTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  2 }
   ipSecSelectorGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           SrcAddressGroupId,
           SrcPortGroupId,
           DstAddressGroupId,
           DstPortGroupId,
           Protocol,
           Granularity,
           Order,
           StartupCondition,
           IsOriginator,
           GroupId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecSelectorTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  3 }
   ipSecRuleGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           Roles,
           Direction,
           ipSecSelectorGroupId,
           IpSecActionGroupId,
           IpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecRuleTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  4 }
   ipSecActionGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           Action,
           TunnelEndpointId,
           DfHandling,
           DoLogging,
           IpSecSecurityAssociationId,
           ActionGroupId,
           Order,
           IkeRuleId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecActionTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  5 }
   ipSecAssociationGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           RefreshThresholdSeconds,
           RefreshThresholdKilobytes,
           MinLifetimeSeconds,
           MinLifetimeKilobytes,
           TrafficIdleTime,

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           UsePfs,
           UseIkeGroup,
           DhGroup,
           ProposalSetId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecSecurityAssociationTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  6 }
   ipSecProposalSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           ProposalSetId,
           ProposalId,
           Order
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecProposalSetTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  7 }
   ipSecProposalGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           LifetimeKilobytes,
           LifetimeSeconds,
           EspTransformSetId,
           AhTransformSetId,
           CompTransformSetId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecProposalTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  8 }
   ipSecIkeAssociationGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           RefreshThresholdSeconds,
           RefreshThresholdKilobytes,
           MinLiftetimeSeconds,
           MinLifetimeKilobytes,
           TrafficIdleTime,
           ExchangeMode,
           RefreshThresholdDerivedKeys,
           IKEProposalSetId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecIkeAssociationTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  9 }
   ipSecIkeRuleGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           Roles,
           IkeAssiciationId,
           IpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId,
           IkeEndpointGroupId
          }

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       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecIkeRuleTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  10 }
   ipSecIkeProposalSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           ProposalSetId,
           ProposalId,
           Order
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecIkeProposalSetTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  11 }
   ipSecIkeProposalGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           MaxLifetimeSeconds,
           MaxLifetimeKilobytes,
           CipherAlgorithm,
           HashAlgorithm,
           AuthenticationMethod,
           LifetimeDerivedKeys,
           PrfAlgorithm,
           IkeDhGroup
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecIkeProposalTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  12 }
   ipSecIkeEndpointGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           UseIkeIdentityType,
           IkeIdentityId,
           EndpointId,
           StartupCondition,
           IsOriginator,
           GroupId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecIkeEndpointTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  13 }
   ipSecEspTransformSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           TransformSetId,
           TransformId,
           Order
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecEspTransformSetTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  14 }
   ipSecEspTransformGroup OBJECT-GROUP

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       OBJECTS {
           IntegrityTransformId,
           CipherTransformId,
           CipherKeyRounds,
           CipherKeyLength
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecEspTransformTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  15 }
   ipSecAhTransformSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           TransformSetId,
           TransformId,
           Order
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecAhTransformSetTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  16 }
   ipSecAhTransformGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           TransformId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecAhTransformTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  17 }
   ipSecCompTransformSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           TransformSetId,
           TransformId,
           Order
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecCompTransformSetTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  18 }
   ipSecCompTransformGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           Algorithm,
           DictionarySize,
           PrivateAlgorithm
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    Objects from the ipSecCompTransformTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  19 }
   ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           TimePeriod,
           MonthOfYearMask,
           DayOfMonthMask,

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           DayOfWeekMask,
           TimeOfDayMask,
           LocalOrUtcTime
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    The ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroup is mandatory if policy scheduling
   is supported."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  20 }
   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
           RuleTimePeriodSetId,
           RuleTimePeriodId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "    The ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetGroup is mandatory if policy
   scheduling is supported."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  21 }
   END



8. Security Considerations

   Since COPS is used to carry the PIB defined in this document, the
   security and protection of the information can be provided by either
   COPS or a combination of COPS and other security protocols,
   e.g.,IPsec or TLS.

9. References


   1  Bradner, S., "The Internet Standards Process -- Revision 3", BCP
      9, RFC 2026, October 1996.

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



   [AH] S. Kent, R. Atkinson, "IP Authentication Header", RFC 2402,
   November 1998.

   [ARCH] S. Kent, R. Atkinson, "Security Architecture for the Internet
   Protocol", RFC 2401, November 1998.

   [ICALENDAR] F. Dawson, D. Stenerson, "Internet Calendaring and
   Scheduling Core Object Specification (iCalendar)", RFC 2445,
   November 1998.




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   [COPS] J. Boyle, R. Cohen, D. Durham, S. Herzog, R. Rajan, A.
   Sastry, "The COPS (Common Open Policy Service) Protocol" RFC 2748,
   January 2000.

   [COPS-PR] K. Chan, D. Durham, S. Gai, S. Herzog, K. McCloghrie, F.
   Reichmeyer, J. Seligson, A. Smith, R. Yavatkar, "COPS Usage for
   Policy Provisioning," draft-ietf-rap-cops-pr-02.txt, March 2000.

   [DOI] D. Piper, "The Internet IP Security Domain of Interpretation
   for ISAKMP", RFC 2407, November 1998.

   [ESP] S. Kent, R. Atkinson, "IP Encapsulating Security Payload
   (ESP)", RFC 2406, November 1998.

   [FR-PIB] M. Fine, K. McCloghrie, J. Seligson, K. Chan, S. Hahn, A.
   Smith, F. Reichmeyer "Framework Policy Information Base", Internet
   Draft , March 2000.

   [IKE] D. Harkins, D. Carrel, "The Internet Key Exchange (IKE)", RFC
   2409, November 1998.

   [IPCOMP] A. Shacham, R. Monsour, R. Pereira, M. Thomas, "IP Payload
   Compression Protocol (IPComp)", RFC 2393, August 1998.

   [IPSEC-IM] J. Jason,"IPSec Configuration Policy Model,"draft-ietf-
   ipsp-config-policy-model-00.txt, march 2000.

   [ISAKMP] D.Maughan, M. Schertler, M.schneider, J. Turner, "Internet
   Security Association and Key Management Protocol (ISAKMP)", RFC
   2408, November 1998.

   [PCIM] B. Moore, E. Ellesson, J. Strassner, "Policy Core Information
   Model -- Version 1 Specification", draft-ietf-policy-core-info-
   model-06.txt, May, 2000.

   [SPPI] K. McCloghrie, M. Fine, J. Seligson, K. Chan, S. Chan, A.
   Smith, F. Reichmeyer, "Structure of Policy Provisioning
   Information," draft-ietf-rap-sppi-01.txt, July 2000.




7. Author's Addresses

   Man Li
   Nokia
   5 Wayside Road,
   Burlington, MA 01803
   Phone: +1 781 993 3923
   Email: man.m.li@nokia.com

   David Arneson
   Email: dla@mediaone.net

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   Avri Doria
   Nortel Networks
   600 Technology Park Drive
   Billerica, MA 01821
   Phone: +1 401 663 5024
   Email: avri@nortelnetworks.com

   Jamie Jason
   Intel Corporation
   MS JF3-206
   2111 NE 25th Ave.
   Hillsboro, OR 97124
   Phone: +1 503 264 9531
   E-Mail: jamie.jason@intel.com

   Cliff Wang
   SmartPipes Inc.
   Suite 300, 565 Metro Place South
   Dublin, OH 43017
   Phone: +1 614 923 6241
   E-Mail: CWang@smartpipes.com
































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