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ipsp working group                                             Man Li
Internet Draft                                                  Nokia
Expires October 2004                                    David Arneson
                                                                   N/A
                                                            Avri Doria
                                                                  ETRI
                                                           Jamie Jason
                                                                 Intel
                                                            Cliff Wang
                                                             SmartPipe
                                                       Markus Stenberg
                                                                   SSH


                                                           April 2004



                       IPsec Policy Information Base
                      draft-ietf-ipsp-ipsecpib-10.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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   Copyright (C) The Internet Society (2004).  All Rights Reserved.
   Distribution of this memo is unlimited.


Abstract

   This document describes a portion of the Policy Information Base
   (PIB) for a device implementing the IP Security (IPsec)
   Architecture.  The provisioning classes defined here provide control
   of IPsec policy. These provisioning classes can be used with other
   non-IPsec provisioning classes (defined in other PIB modules) to
   provide for a comprehensive policy controlled mapping of service
   requirement to device capability and usage.

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   Table of Contents

1. Introduction.......................................................3
2. Operation Overview.................................................3
3. Structure of IPsec PIB.............................................4
3.1 IPsec association group...........................................5
3.1.1 IPsec rules.....................................................5
3.1.2 IPsec actions...................................................6
3.1.3 IPsec associations..............................................6
3.1.4 IPsec proposals.................................................7
3.2 AH transform group................................................7
3.3 ESP transform group...............................................7
3.4 COMP transform group..............................................7
3.5 IKE association group.............................................7
3.6 Credential group..................................................8
3.7 Selector group....................................................8
3.8 Policy time period group..........................................9
3.9 Interface capability group.......................................10
4. Summary of the IPsec PIB..........................................10
4.1 ipSecAssociation group...........................................10
4.1.1 ipSecRuleTable.................................................10
4.1.2 ipSecActionSetTable............................................10
4.1.3 ipSecStaticActionTable.........................................10
4.1.4 ipSecNegotiationActionTable....................................10
4.1.5 ipSecAssociationTable..........................................10
4.1.6 ipSecProposalSetTable..........................................10
4.1.7 ipSecProposalTable.............................................10
4.2 ipSecAhTransform group...........................................10
4.2.1 ipSecAhTransformSetTable.......................................10
4.2.2 ipSecAhTransformTable..........................................10
4.3 ipSecEspTransform group..........................................10
4.3.1 ipSecEspTransformSetTable......................................11
4.3.2 ipSecEspTransformTable.........................................11
4.4 ipSecCompTransform group.........................................11
4.4.1 ipSecCompTransformSetTable.....................................11
4.4.2 ipSecCompTransformTable........................................11
4.5 ipSecIkeAssociation group........................................11
4.5.1 ipSecIkeRuleTable..............................................11
4.5.2 ipSecIkeActionSetTable.........................................11
4.5.3 ipSecIkeAssociationTable.......................................11
4.5.4 ipSecIkeProposalSetTable.......................................11
4.5.5 ipSecIkeProposalTable..........................................11
4.5.6 ipSecIkePeerEndpointTable......................................11
4.6 ipSecCredential group............................................11
4.6.1 ipSecCredentialSetTable........................................11
4.6.2 ipSecCredentialTable...........................................11
4.6.3 ipSecCredentialFieldsTable.....................................11
4.7 ipSecSelector group..............................................11
4.7.1 ipSecSelectorSetTable..........................................12
4.7.2 ipSecSelectorTable.............................................12
4.7.3 ipSecAddressTable..............................................12
4.7.4 ipSecL4PortTable...............................................12

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4.7.5 ipSecIpsoFilterSetTable........................................12
4.7.6 ipSecIpsoFilterTable...........................................12
4.8 ipSecPolicyTimePeriod group......................................12
4.8.1 ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable.......................................12
4.8.2 ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable....................................12
4.9 ipSecIfCapability group..........................................12
4.9.1 ipSecIfCapsTable...............................................12
4.10 ipSecPolicyPibConformance group.................................12
5. The IPsec PIB Module..............................................12
6. Security Considerations...........................................89
7. RFC Editor Considerations.........................................90
8. IANA Considerations...............................................90
9. Normative References..............................................90
10. Informative References...........................................92
11. Author's Addresses...............................................92
12. IPR Disclosure Acknowledgement...................................93
13. Full Copyright Statement.........................................93

Conventions used in this document

   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].


1. Introduction

   The policy rule classes (PRC) defined in this document contain
   parameters for Internet Key Exchange (IKE) phase one and phase two
   negotiations. Details of these parameters can be found in [3],
   [7], [8], [10], [11], [12] and [14]. The PIB defined in this
   document is based on the IPsec configuration policy model [12].
   The concept of "Roles" described in [9], which scales to large
   networks, is adopted for distributing IPsec policy over the COPS-
   PR protocol [6].


2. Operation Overview

   As defined in [13], 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
   Enforcement Points (PEP).

   After connecting to a PDP using COPS-PR [6] that is an extension
   of COPS [5], a PEP reports to the PDP the PIB Provisioning Classes
   (PRCs) it supports as well as any limitations related to the
   implementations of theses classes and parameters. The PEP provides
   the above information using the frwkPrcSupportTable and the
   frwkCompLimitsTable defined in the framework PIB [9]. In addition,
   the PEP also reports the interface type capabilities and role
   combinations it supports using the frwkCapabilitySetTable and the

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   frwkRoleComboTable. Each row of the frwkCapabilitySetTable
   contains a capability set name and a reference to an instance of a
   PRC that describes the capabilities of the interface type. The
   capability instances may reside in the ipSecIfCapsTable or in a
   class defined in another PIB. Each row of the frwkRoleComboTable
   contains an interface capability set name and a role combination.

   Based on the interface capabilities and role combinations, the PDP
   provides the PEP with IPsec policy information. Later on, if any
   of the interface capabilities or role combinations of the PEP
   change, the PEP notifies the PDP. The PDP will then send a new set
   of IPsec policy information to the PEP. In addition, if the policy
   associated with a given interface capability and role combination
   changes, the PDP will deliver the new IPsec policy to all the PEPs
   that have registered with that interface capability and role
   combination.

3. Structure of IPsec PIB

   An IPsec policy consists of an ordered list of IPsec rules. Each
   rule is composed of a set of conditions and a set of actions. If a
   packet matches any of the conditions, the actions will be applied
   accordingly.

   The IPsec PIB module consists of nine groups. The selector group
   describes conditions to be associated with IPsec rules. The IPsec
   association group, Authentication Header (AH) transform group,
   Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP) transform group, IP Payload
   Compression Protocol (COMP) transform group, IKE association group
   and the credential group together describe actions to be associated
   with IPsec rules. The policy time period group specifies time
   periods during which a rule is valid. The interface capability group
   is used by a PEP to report the capabilities associated with its
   interface types.

   The IPsec PIB defined in this document is based on the IPsec
   configuration policy information model [12]. The structure and
   modularity of this PIB are similar to that of the IPsec
   configuration policy model. It is easy to observe the mapping of
   the IPsec association group, AH transform group, ESP transform
   group, COMP transform group, IKE association group, the credential
   group and the policy time period group into the configuration
   model. Note that the policy time period condition is included in
   the IPsec configuration policy information model [12] but it is
   specified in the policy core information model[23]. The IPsec
   selector group corresponds to the filters specified in the IPsec
   configuration policy model but it is in a slightly different
   structure in order to provide a scalable way of specifying a large
   number of filters.

   The modular design of the IPsec PIB provides many flexibilities.
   For example, the key exchange protocol and selectors used in a
   policy rule are specified by pointing to the corresponding policy

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   rule classes. Hence, to use key exchange protocols or selectors
   other than those specified in this PIB, simply direct the pointers
   to the corresponding policy rule classes specified in other PIB
   modules.

   The nine IPsec PIB groups are discussed in the following sections.

3.1 IPsec association group

   This group specifies IPsec Security Associations.

3.1.1 IPsec rules

   The ipSecRuleTable is the starting point for specifying an IPsec
   policy. It contains an ordered list of IPsec rules. Each rule is
   associated with IfCapSetName, Roles and Direction attributes to
   indicate the interface type and role combinations as well as the
   direction of the interface to which this rule is to be applied.
   Each rule points to a set of selectors and, optionally, a set of
   IP Security Options (IPSO) filters to indicate the conditions
   associated with this rule. In addition, each rule has a pointer to
   a set of actions to indicate the actions associated with this
   rule. Hence if a packet matches a selector in the selector set
   and, if the reference to the IPSO filter set is not zero, it
   matches a filter in the IPSO filter set, the action(s) associated
   with this rule will be applied to the packet.

   When a rule involves multiple actions, the ExecutionStrategy
   attribute indicates how these actions are executed. A value of
   "DoAll" means that all the actions MUST be applied to the packet
   according to a predefined order. A value of "DoUntilSuccess" means
   that the actions MUST be tried in sequence until a successful
   execution of a single action.

   For example, in a nested Security Associations (SA) case the
   actions of an initiator's rule might be structured as:

    ExecutionStrategy='Do All'
    |
    +---1--- IPsecTunnelAction    // set up SA from host to gateway
    |
    +---2--- IPsecTransportAction // set up SA from host through
                                  // tunnel to remote host


   Another example, showing a rule with fallback actions might be
   structured as:

    ExecutionStrategy='Do Until Success'
    |
    +---1--- IPsecTunnelAction // set up SA from host to gateway [A]
    |
    +---2--- IPsecTunnelAction // set up SA from host to gateway [B]

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   As an optional feature, IPsec associations may be established
   without being prompted by IP packets. The AutoStart attribute
   indicates if the IPsec association(s) of this rule should be set
   up automatically. Support of this attribute is optional.

3.1.2 IPsec actions

   IPsec actions may be of two types: Static Action and Negotiation
   Action.

   Static Actions do not require any negotiations. They include by-
   pass, discard, IKE rejection, pre-configured transport and pre-
   configured tunnel actions. The ipSecStaticActionTable specifies
   IPsec Static Actions. For a pre-configured transport or pre-
   configured tunnel action, it further points to a valid instance in
   another class that describes a transform to be used, for example,
   the ipSecEspTransformTable. In addition, the SPI used for the
   transform is also defined in the table.

   Negotiation Actions require negotiations in order to establish
   Security Associations. They include transport and tunnel actions.
   The ipSecNegotiationActionTable specifies IPsec Negotiation
   Actions. It points to a valid instance in the
   ipSecAssociationTable that further defines the IPsec association
   to be established. For key exchange policy, the KeyExchangeId
   points to a valid instance in another class that describes key
   exchange procedures. If a single IKE phase one negotiation is used
   for the key exchange, this attribute MUST point to an instance in
   the ipSecIkeAssociationTable. If multiple IKE phase one
   negotiations (e.g., with different modes) are to be tried until
   success, this attribute SHOULD point to ipSecIkeRuleTable. For
   other key exchange methods, this attribute MAY point to an
   instance of a PRC defined in some other PIB module.

   The ipSecActionSetTable specifies sets of actions. Actions within
   a set form an ordered list. If an action within a set is a Static
   Action, the ActionId MUST point to a valid instance in the
   ipSecStaticActionTable. If the action is a Negotiation Action, the
   ActionId MUST point to a valid instance in the
   ipSecNegotiationActionTable. For other actions, the ActionId MAY
   point to an instance of a PRC defined in some other PIB module.

3.1.3 IPsec associations

   The ipSecAssociationTable specifies attributes associated with
   IPsec associations. For each association, it points to a set of
   proposals in the ipSecProposalSetTable that is associated with
   this association.

   The MinLifetimeSeconds and MinLifetimeKilobytes in the
   ipSecAssociationTable indicate the lifetime to propose for the
   IPsec association to be negotiated. They are different from the

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   time periods indicated by the IpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId in the
   IpsecRuleTable. Those time periods specify when the given IPsec
   rule is valid.

3.1.4 IPsec proposals

   The ipSecProposalSetTable specifies sets of proposals. Proposals
   within a set are ordered with a preference value.

   The ipSecProposalTable specifies proposals. It points to sets of
   ESP transforms, AH transforms and IP COMP transforms. Within a
   proposal, sets of transforms of different types are logically
   ANDed. Transforms of the same type within a transform set are to
   be logically ORed. For example, if the proposal were

      ESP = { (HMAC-MD5, 3DES), (HMAC-MD5, DES) }
      AH  = { MD5, SHA-1 }

   then the one sending the proposal would want the other side to
   pick one from the ESP transform (preferably (HMAC-MD5, 3DES)) list
   AND one from the AH transform list (preferably MD5).

3.2 AH transform group

   The AH transform group describes sets of AH transforms.

3.3 ESP transform group

   The ESP transform group describes sets of ESP transforms.

3.4 COMP transform group

   The COMP transform group describes sets of COMP transforms.

3.5 IKE association group

   This group specifies rules associated with IKE phase one
   negotiation. The rules are IKEv1 rules as specified in [10].

   The ipSecIkeRuleTable and the ipSecIkeActionSetTable are optional
   tables. Support of these tables is required only when a policy
   contains:

   - Multiple IKE phase one actions (e.g., with different exchange
   modes) that are associated with one IPsec association. These
   actions are to be tried in sequence till one success.

   - IKE phase one actions that start automatically.

   For the latter case, IKE rules may be distributed independently
   and the IfCapSetName and Roles attributes in the ipSecIkeRuleTable
   indicate the interface type and role combinations to which this
   rule is to be applied.

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   The ipSecIkeActionSetTable specifies sets of actions. Actions
   within a set form an ordered list.

   The ipSecIkeAssociationTable contains parameters associated with
   IKE associations including the IKE identities to be used during
   IKE phase one negotiation. It points to a set of credentials
   specified in the ipSecCredentialTable. Any of the credentials in
   this set may be used during IKE phase one negotiation. In
   addition, each IKE association points to a set of IKE proposals to
   be associated with this association. If the Authentication Method
   for one or more of the IKE proposals is specified as PresharedKey
   in the ipSecIkeProposalTable, the ipSecIkeAssociationPresharedKey
   attribute contains the actual pre-shared key to be used for the
   proposal(s). This attribute is optional. If this attribute is not
   supported or contains a zero length octet, the pre-shared key MUST
   be obtained through other methods.

   The ipSecIkeProposalSetTable specifies sets of proposals.
   Proposals within a set are ordered with a preference value.The
   ipSecIkeProposalTable contains parameters associated with IKE
   proposals.

   The ipSecIkePeerEndpointTable specifies IKE peer endpoint
   information that includes acceptable peer identity and credentials
   for IKE phase one negotiation. It points to a set of credentials
   specified in the ipSecCredentialSetTable. Any of the credentials
   in the set is acceptable as a peer credential.

3.6 Credential group

   This group specifies credentials to be used for IKE phase one
   negotiations.

   The ipSecCredentialSetTable specifies sets of credentials. The
   ipSecCredentialTable and ipSecCredentialFieldsTable together
   specify credentials. Each credential may contain multiple sub-
   fields. For example, a certificate may contain a unique serial
   number sub-field and an issuer name sub-field, etc. The
   ipSecCredentialFieldsTable defines the sub-fields and their values
   that MUST be matched against. The ipSecCredentialTable points to a
   set of criteria defined in the ipSecCredentialFieldsTable. The
   criteria MUST all be satisfied in order for a credential to be
   considered as acceptable. Certificates may also be revoked. The
   CrlDistributionPoint attribute in the ipSecCredentialTable
   indicates the Certificate Revocation List (CRL) distribution point
   where CRLs may be fetched.


3.7 Selector group

   This group specifies the selectors for IPsec rules.


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   The ipSecSelectorSetTable specifies sets of selectors. Selectors
   within a set form an ordered list. The SelectorId attribute points
   to a valid instance in another class that describes a selector. To
   achieve scalability in policy distribution for large networks, it
   SHOULD point to the ipSecSelectorTable.

   The ipSecAddressTable specifies individual or ranges of IP
   addresses and the ipSecL4PortTable specifies individual or ranges
   of layer 4 ports. The ipSecSelectorTable has references to these
   two tables.  Each row in the selector class can represent 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. Then add to the combinations the ipSecSelectorProtocol,
   ipSecSelectorDscp and ipSecSelectorFlowLabel attributes to form
   the list of selectors.

   Selectors constructed from a single row have the same order within
   a selector set. The order is indicated by the Order attribute of
   the ipSecSelectorSetTable. The relative order among selectors
   constructed from a single row is unspecified. This is not an issue
   as long as these selectors are not over-lapping.

   The use of references in the ipSecSelectorTable instead of real IP
   addresses and port numbers reduces the number of bytes being
   pushed down to the PEP. Grouping of IP addresses and layer 4 ports
   serves the same purpose.

   The ipSecIpsoFilterSetTable specifies sets of IPSO filters.
   Filters within a set form an ordered list. The
   ipSecIpsoFilterTable contains IPSO filters.

3.8 Policy time period group

   This group specifies time periods during which a policy rule is
   valid. The ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable specifies a single time period


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   of a day (or days). The ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable allows the
   specification of multiple time periods.

   Implementation of this group is optional.

3.9 Interface capability group

   PEPs may have different capabilities. For example, some PEPs
   support nested Security Associations whereas others do not. This
   group allows a PEP to specify the capabilities associated with its
   different interface types.

   For ease of reference, a concise summary of the groups and tables
   is included in the next section.



4. Summary of the IPsec PIB

4.1 ipSecAssociation group
   This group specifies IPsec Security Associations.

4.1.1 ipSecRuleTable
   This class is the starting point for specifying an IPsec policy.
   It contains an ordered list of IPsec rules.

4.1.2 ipSecActionSetTable
   Specifies IPsec action sets.

4.1.3 ipSecStaticActionTable
   Specifies IPsec static actions.

4.1.4 ipSecNegotiationActionTable
   Specifies IPsec negotiation actions.

4.1.5 ipSecAssociationTable
   Specifies IPsec associations.

4.1.6 ipSecProposalSetTable
   Specifies IPsec proposal sets.

4.1.7 ipSecProposalTable
   Specifies IPsec proposals.

4.2 ipSecAhTransform group
   This group specifies AH Transforms.

4.2.1 ipSecAhTransformSetTable
   Specifies AH transform sets.

4.2.2 ipSecAhTransformTable
   Specifies AH transforms.

4.3 ipSecEspTransform group
   This group specifies ESP Transforms.

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4.3.1 ipSecEspTransformSetTable
   Specifies ESP transform sets.

4.3.2 ipSecEspTransformTable
   Specifies ESP transforms.

4.4 ipSecCompTransform group
   This group specifies Compression Transforms.

4.4.1 ipSecCompTransformSetTable
   Specifies IP compression transform sets.

4.4.2 ipSecCompTransformTable
   Specifies IP compression algorithms.

4.5 ipSecIkeAssociation group
   This group specifies IKEv1 Security Associations.

4.5.1 ipSecIkeRuleTable
   Specifies IKEv1 rules.

4.5.2 ipSecIkeActionSetTable
   Specifies IKEv1 action sets.

4.5.3 ipSecIkeAssociationTable
   Specifies IKEv1 associations.

4.5.4 ipSecIkeProposalSetTable
   Specifies IKEv1 proposal sets.

4.5.5 ipSecIkeProposalTable
   Specifies IKEv1 proposals.

4.5.6 ipSecIkePeerEndpointTable
   Specifies IKEv1 peer endpoints.

4.6 ipSecCredential group
   This group specifies credentials for IKEv1 phase one negotiations.

4.6.1 ipSecCredentialSetTable
   Specifies credential sets.

4.6.2 ipSecCredentialTable
   Specifies credentials.

4.6.3 ipSecCredentialFieldsTable
   Specifies sets of credential sub-fields and their values to be
   matched against.

4.7 ipSecSelector group
   This group specifies selectors for IPsec associations.


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4.7.1 ipSecSelectorSetTable
   Specifies IPsec selector sets.

4.7.2 ipSecSelectorTable
   Specifies IPsec selectors.

4.7.3 ipSecAddressTable
   Specifies IP addresses.

4.7.4 ipSecL4PortTable
   Specifies layer four port numbers.

4.7.5 ipSecIpsoFilterSetTable
   Specifies IPSO filter sets.

4.7.6 ipSecIpsoFilterTable
   Specifies IPSO filters.

4.8 ipSecPolicyTimePeriod group
   This group specifies the time periods during which a policy rule
   is valid.

4.8.1 ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable
   Specifies the time periods during which a policy rule is valid.

4.8.2 ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable
   Specifies time period sets.

4.9 ipSecIfCapability group
   This group specifies capabilities associated with interface types.

4.9.1 ipSecIfCapsTable
   Specifies capabilities that may be associated with an interface of
   a specific type.

4.10 ipSecPolicyPibConformance group
   This group specifies requirements for conformance to the IPsec
   Policy PIB.


5. The IPsec PIB Module

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

   IMPORTS
   Unsigned32, Unsigned64, MODULE-IDENTITY,
   OBJECT-TYPE, TEXTUAL-CONVENTION, MODULE-COMPLIANCE,
   OBJECT-GROUP, pib
   FROM COPS-PR-SPPI           --[RFC3159]
   TruthValue
   FROM SNMPv2-TC              --[RFC2579]
   InstanceId, ReferenceId, TagId, TagReferenceId, Prid
   FROM COPS-PR-SPPI-TC        --[RFC3159]

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      SnmpAdminString
        FROM SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB     --[RFC3411]
   InetAddress, InetAddressType,
   InetAddressPrefixLength, InetPortNumber
        FROM INET-ADDRESS-MIB       --[RFC3291]
   DscpOrAny
        FROM DIFFSERV-DSCP-TC       --[RFC3289]
   IPv6FlowLabelOrAny
               FROM IPV6-FLOW-LABEL-MIB  --[RFC3595]
   RoleCombination
   FROM FRAMEWORK-TC-PIB      --[RFC3318]
    IpsecDoiIpcompTransform,IpsecDoiEspTransform,
    IpsecDoiIdentType,IpsecDoiAuthAlgorithm
        FROM IPSEC-IPSECACTION-MIB
           --[draft-ietf-ipsp-ipsecaction-mib-00.txt]
    IkeEncryptionAlgorithm,IkeAuthMethod,IkeHashAlgorithm,
    IkeGroupDescription
        FROM IPSEC-IKEACTION-MIB;
           --[ draft-ietf-ipsp-ikeaction-mib-00.txt]

   --
   -- module identity
   --

   ipSecPolicyPib MODULE-IDENTITY
   SUBJECT-CATEGORIES { xxxx (nn)  } -- IPsec Client Type
   -- to be assigned by IANA. Suggest to use ipSec for xxxx
   LAST-UPDATED "200404041800Z"
   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
   ETRI
   161 Gajeong-dong, Yuseong-gu
   Deajeon 305-350 Korea
   Email: avri@acm.org

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

   Cliff Wang

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

    Markus Stenberg
    SSH Communications Security Corp.
    Fredrikinkatu 42
    FIN-00100 Helsinki, Finland
    Phone: +358 20 500 7466
    Email: fingon@iki.fi"


   DESCRIPTION
   "This PIB module contains a set of policy rule classes that
   describe IPsec policies.

   Copyright (C) The Internet Society (2004). This version of this
   PIB module is part of RFC xxxx; see the RFC itself for full legal
   notices"

   REVISION "200404041800Z"
   DESCRIPTION
   "Initial version, published as RFC xxxx."
   -- xxxx to be assigned by IANA --
   ::= { pib yyy } -- yyy to be assigned by IANA --

   --
   -- Textual Conventions
   --


   Unsigned16TC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     DISPLAY-HINT "d"
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     "An unsigned 16 bit integer."
     SYNTAX    Unsigned32 (0..65535)

   LocalOrUtcTimeTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " Indicates whether to use local times or universal time (UTC)
   times. "
     SYNTAX    INTEGER {localTime(1),utcTime(2)}

   TimePeriodTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     DISPLAY-HINT "255t"
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " An octet string that identifies an overall range of calendar
   dates and times.  It reuses the format for an explicit time period

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   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.

   This information is represented using the ISO/IEC IS 10646-1
   character set, encoded as an octet string using the UTF-8
   transformation format described in [RFC2279]."
     SYNTAX    OCTET STRING

   TimeOfDayTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     DISPLAY-HINT "255t"
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " An octet string that specifies a range of times in a day. 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.

   This information is represented using the ISO/IEC IS 10646-1
   character set, encoded as an octet string using the UTF-8
   transformation format described in [RFC2279]."
     SYNTAX    OCTET STRING

   MonthOfYearTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION

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     "Defines months of a year"
     SYNTAX BITS {january(0),february(1),march(2),april(3),
                  may(4),june(5),july(6),august(7),september(8),
                  october(9),november(10),december(11)}

   DayOfWeekTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     "Defines days of a week"
     SYNTAX BITS {sunday(0),monday(1),tuesday(2),wednesday(3),
                 thursday(4),friday(5),saturday(6)}

   DayOfMonthTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     "Defines days of a month"
     SYNTAX BITS
   {first(0),second(1),third(2),fourth(3),fifth(4),sixth(5),
    seventh(6),eighth(7),ninth(8),tenth(9),eleventh(10),
   twelfth(11),thirteenth(12),fourteenth(13),fifteenth(14),
   sixteenth(15),seventeenth(16),eighteenth(17),nineteenth(18),
   twentieth(19),twenty-first(20),twenty-second(21),
   twenty-third(22),twenty-fourth(23), twenty-fifth(24),
   twenty-sixth(25), twenty-seventh(26),twenty-eighth(27),
   twenty-ninth(28), thirty(29), thirty-first(30)}

   IpSecOrderTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     DISPLAY-HINT "d"
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     "An unsigned 16 bit integer that defines the order of a set of
   rules. A smaller value indicates a higher precedence order"
     SYNTAX    Unsigned32 (0..65535)

   IpSecDirectionTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     "Specifies the direction of traffic to which an IPsec rule shall
   be applied"
     SYNTAX    INTEGER {in(1),out(2),bi-directional(3)}

   IpSecDFBitTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " For tunnel security associations, this attribute specifies how
   the DF bit is managed.  Copy (1) indicates to copy the DF bit from
   the internal IP header to the external IP header. Set (2)
   indicates to set the DF bit of the external IP header to 1. Clear
   (3) indicates to clear the DF bit of the external IP header to 0.
   "
     SYNTAX    INTEGER {copy(1),set(2),clear(3)}

   IpSecExchangeModeTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

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     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " Specifies the negotiation mode that the Internet Key Exchange
   (IKE) server will use for phase one."
     SYNTAX    INTEGER {baseMode(0),mainMode(1),aggressiveMode(2)}

   IpSecActionTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " Specifies the IPsec action to be applied to the traffic.
   transport(1) means that the packet should be protected with a
   security association in transport mode. tunnel(2) means that the
   packet should be protected with a security association in tunnel
   mode."
     SYNTAX    INTEGER {transport(1),tunnel(2)}

   IpSecCredTypeTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " Specifies the type of credentials used for IKE phase one."
     SYNTAX    INTEGER {certificateX509(1),kerberosTicket(2)}

   IpSecGranularityTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     "Specifies how the proposed selector for the security
   association will be created. Subnet (0) indicates that the source
   and destination subnet masks of the filter entry are used. Address
   (1) indicates that only the source and destination IP addresses of
   the triggering packet are used. Protocol(2) indicates that the
   source and destination IP addresses and the IP protocol of the
   triggering packet are used. Port (3) indicates that the source and
   destination IP addresses and the IP protocol and the source and
   destination layer 4 ports of the triggering packet are used. "
     SYNTAX BITS {subnet(0),address(1),protocol(2),port(3)}

   IpSecIpsoClassificationTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " Specifies IP security options (IPSO) classification level."
     REFERENCE "RFC 1108"
     SYNTAX    INTEGER {topSecret(61),secret(90),
                        confidential(150),unclassified(171)}

   IpSecIpsoProtectionTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
     STATUS       current
     DESCRIPTION
     " Specifies IPSO protection level."
     REFERENCE "RFC 1108"
     SYNTAX    INTEGER {genser(0),siop-esi(1),sci(2),
                        nsa(3),doe(4)}



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   --
   -- Object identifiers
   --




   ipSecAssociation
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 1 }
   ipSecAhTransform
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 2 }
   ipSecEspTransform
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 3 }
   ipSecCompTransform
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 4 }
   ipSecIkeAssociation
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 5 }
   ipSecCredential
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 6 }
   ipSecSelector
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 7 }
   ipSecPolicyTimePeriod
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 8 }
   ipSecIfCapability
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 9 }
   ipSecPolicyPibConformance
               OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {ipSecPolicyPib 10 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecRuleTable
   --

   ipSecRuleTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecRuleEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This class is the starting point for specifying an IPsec policy.
   It contains an ordered list of IPsec rules.

   For each entry:

   1. ipSecRuleIfCapSetName must reference an existing capability set
   name in frwkCapabilitySetTable [FRC3318] .

   2. ipSecRuleRoles must reference an existing Role Combination in
   frwkRoleComboTable [RFC3318].

   If any or both of these requirements is not satisfied, the entry
   shall not be installed."
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  1 }

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   ipSecRuleEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecRuleEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecRulePrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecRuleIfCapSetName,
       ipSecRuleRoles,
       ipSecRuleOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecRuleTable 1 }

     IpSecRuleEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecRulePrid InstanceId,
        ipSecRuleIfCapSetName SnmpAdminString,
        ipSecRuleRoles RoleCombination,
        ipSecRuleDirection IpSecDirectionTC,
        ipSecRuleIpSecSelectorSetId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecRuleIpSecIpsoFilterSetId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecRuleIpSecActionSetId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecRuleActionExecutionStrategy INTEGER,
        ipSecRuleOrder IpSecOrderTC,
        ipSecRuleLimitNegotiation INTEGER,
        ipSecRuleAutoStart TruthValue,
        ipSecRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId TagReferenceId
   }

   ipSecRulePrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  1 }

   ipSecRuleIfCapSetName OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SnmpAdminString
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "The interface capability set to which this IPsec rule applies.
   The interface capability name specified by this attribute MUST
   exist in an entry of the frwkCapabilitySetTable [RFC3318] prior to
   association with an instance of this class. The
   frwkCapabilitySetCapability attribute of that entry shall in turn
   point to an entry in the ipSecIfCaps table."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  2 }

   ipSecRuleRoles OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX RoleCombination
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION

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   "Specifies the role combination of the interface to which this
   IPsec rule should apply. There must exist an instance in the
   frwkRoleComboTable [RFC3318] specifying this role combination,
   together with the interface capability set specified by
   ipSecRuleIfCapSetName, prior to association with an instance of
   this class."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  3 }

   ipSecRuleDirection OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecDirectionTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the direction of traffic to which this rule should
   apply."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  4 }

   ipSecRuleIpSecSelectorSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecSelectorSetSelectorSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a set of selectors to be associated with this IPsec
   rule. "
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  5 }

   ipSecRuleIpSecIpsoFilterSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a set of IPSO filters to be associated with this IPsec
   rule. A value of zero indicates that there are no IPSO filters
   associated with this rule.

   When the value of this attribute is not zero, the set of IPSO
   filters is ANDed with the set of Selectors specified by
   ipSecRuleIpSecSelectorSetId. In other words, a packet MUST match a
   selector in the selector sets and a filter in the IPSO filter sets
   before the actions associated with this rule can be applied."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  6 }

   ipSecRuleIpSecActionSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecActionSetActionSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a set of IPsec actions to be associated with this
   rule."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  7 }

   ipSecRuleActionExecutionStrategy OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       doAll(1),

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       doUntilSuccess(2)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the strategy to be used in executing the sequenced
   actions in the action set identified by ipSecRuleIpSecActionSetId.

   DoAll (1) causes the execution of all the actions in the action
   set according to their defined precedence order. The precedence
   order is specified by the ipSecActionSetOrder in the
   ipSecActionSetTable.

   DoUntilSuccess (2) causes the execution of actions according to
   their defined precedence order until a successful execution of a
   single action. The precedence order is specified by the
   ipSecActionSetOrder in the ipSecActionSetTable."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  8 }

   ipSecRuleOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the precedence order of the rule within all the rules
   associated with {IfCapSetName, Roles}."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  9 }

   ipSecRuleLimitNegotiation OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       initiator(1),
       responder(2),
       both(3)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Limits the negotiation method. Before proceeding with a phase 2
   negotiation, the LimitNegotiation property of the IPsecRule is
   first checked to determine if the negotiation part indicated for
   the rule matches that of the current negotiation (Initiator,
   Responder, or Either).

   This attribute is ignored when an attempt is made to refresh an
   expiring security association (SA) since either side can initiate
   a refresh operation.  The system can determine that the
   negotiation is a refresh operation by checking to see if the
   selector information matches that of an existing SA. If
   LimitNegotiation does not match and the selector corresponds to a
   new SA, the negotiation is stopped. "
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  10 }

   ipSecRuleAutoStart OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION

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   "Indicates if this rule shall be activated when it is
   instantiated, i.e., start negotiate or statically set security
   associations. If the value is changed to false later, there is no
   impact on the security associations that have already started.
   "
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  11 }

   ipSecRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies an IPsec rule time period set, specified in
   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable, that is associated with this rule.

   A value of zero indicates that this IPsec rule is always valid."
     ::= { ipSecRuleEntry  12 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecActionSetTable
   --

   ipSecActionSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecActionSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies a set of IPsec actions."
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  2 }

   ipSecActionSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecActionSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecActionSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecActionSetActionSetId,
       ipSecActionSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecActionSetTable 1 }

     IpSecActionSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecActionSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecActionSetActionSetId TagId,
        ipSecActionSetActionId Prid,
        ipSecActionSetDoActionLogging TruthValue,
        ipSecActionSetDoPacketLogging TruthValue,
        ipSecActionSetOrder IpSecOrderTC
   }


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   ipSecActionSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecActionSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecActionSetActionSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An IPsec action set is composed of one or more IPsec actions.
   Actions belonging to the same set have the same ActionSetId."
     ::= { ipSecActionSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecActionSetActionId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Prid
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in another table that describes an
   action to be taken.

   For IPsec static actions, it MUST point to an instance in the
   ipSecStaticActionTable. For IPsec negotiation actions, it MUST
   point to an instance in the ipSecNegotiationActionTable. For other
   actions, it may point to an instance of a class specified by other
   PIB modules."
     ::= { ipSecActionSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecActionSetDoActionLogging OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies whether a log message is to be generated when the
   action is performed.  This applies for ipSecNegotiationActions
   with the meaning of logging a message when the negotiation is
   attempted (with the success or failure result). This also applies
   for ipSecStaticAction only for PreconfiguredTransport action
   (ipSecStaticActionAction = 4)  or PreconfiguredTunnel action
   (ipSecStaticActionAction = 5) with the meaning of logging a
   message when the preconfigured security association is actually
   installed in the security association database (SADB)."
     ::= { ipSecActionSetEntry  4 }

   ipSecActionSetDoPacketLogging OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies whether to log when the resulting security association
   is used to process a packet. For ipSecStaticActions, a log message
   is to be generated when the IPsecBypass (ipSecStaticActionAction =


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   1), IpsecDiscard (ipSecStaticActionAction = 2) or IKEReject
   (ipSecStaticActionAction = 3) actions are executed. "
     ::= { ipSecActionSetEntry  5 }

   ipSecActionSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the precedence order of the action within the action
   set."
     ::= { ipSecActionSetEntry  6 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecStaticActionTable
   --

   ipSecStaticActionTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecStaticActionEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec static actions."
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  3 }

   ipSecStaticActionEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecStaticActionEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecStaticActionPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecStaticActionAction,
       ipSecStaticActionTunnelEndpointId,
       ipSecStaticActionDfHandling,
       ipSecStaticActionSpi,
       ipSecStaticActionLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecStaticActionLifetimeKilobytes,
       ipSecStaticActionSaTransformId
       }
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionTable 1 }

     IpSecStaticActionEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecStaticActionPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecStaticActionAction INTEGER,
        ipSecStaticActionTunnelEndpointId ReferenceId,
        ipSecStaticActionDfHandling IpSecDFBitTC,
        ipSecStaticActionSpi Unsigned32,
        ipSecStaticActionLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecStaticActionLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned64,
        ipSecStaticActionSaTransformId Prid
   }

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   ipSecStaticActionPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionEntry  1 }

   ipSecStaticActionAction OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       byPass(1),
       discard(2),
       ikeRejection(3),
       preConfiguredTransport(4),
       preConfiguredTunnel(5)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the IPsec action to be applied to the traffic. byPass
   (1) means that packets are to be allowed to pass in the clear.
   discard (2) means that packets are to be discarded. ikeRejection
   (3) means that that an IKE negotiation should not even be
   attempted or continued. preConfiguredTransport (4) means that an
   IPsec transport SA is pre-configured. preConfiguredTunnel (5)
   means that an IPsec tunnel SA is pre-configured. "
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionEntry  2 }

   ipSecStaticActionTunnelEndpointId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecAddressEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When ipSecStaticActionAction is preConfiguredTunnel (5), this
   attribute indicates the peer gateway IP address. This address MUST
   be a single endpoint address.

   When ipSecStaticActionAction is not preConfiguredTunnel, this
   attribute MUST be zero."
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionEntry  3 }

   ipSecStaticActionDfHandling OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecDFBitTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When ipSecStaticActionAction is preConfiguredTunnel, this
   attribute specifies how the DF bit is managed. When
   ipSecStaticActionAction is not preConfiguredTunnel, this attribute
   MUST be ignored. "
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionEntry  4 }

   ipSecStaticActionSpi OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the Security Parameter Index (SPI) to be used with the
   SA Transform identified by ipSecStaticActionSaTransformId.

   When ipSecStaticActionAction is neither
   preConfiguredTransportAction nor preConfiguredTunnelAction, this
   attribute MUST be ignored."
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionEntry  5 }

   ipSecStaticActionLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the amount of time (in seconds) that a security
   association derived from this action should be used. When
   ipSecStaticActionAction is neither preConfiguredTransportAction
   nor preConfiguredTunnelAction, this attribute MUST be ignored.

   A value of zero indicates that there is not a lifetime in seconds
   associated with this action (i.e., infinite lifetime in seconds).
   This is consistent with [RFC3585].

   The actual lifetime of the preconfigured SA will be the smallest
   of the value of this LifetimeSeconds property and of the value of
   the MaxLifetimeSeconds property of the associated SA Transform.
   Except if the value of this LifetimeSeconds property is zero, then
   there will be no lifetime associated to this SA.

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionEntry  6 }

   ipSecStaticActionLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned64
     UNITS  "kilobytes"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the SA lifetime in kilobytes. When
   ipSecStaticActionAction is neither preConfiguredTransportAction
   nor preConfiguredTunnelAction, this attribute MUST be ignored.

   A value of zero indicates that there is not a lifetime in byte
   count associated with this action (i.e., infinite lifetime in byte
   count). This is consistent with [RFC3585].

   The actual lifetime of the preconfigured SA will be the smallest
   of the value of this LifetimeKilobytes property and of the value
   of the MaxLifetimeKilobytes property of the associated SA
   transform. Except if the value of this LifetimeKilobytes property
   is zero, then there will be no lifetime associated with this
   action.

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   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence.
   "
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionEntry  7 }

   ipSecStaticActionSaTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Prid
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in another table that describes an
   SA transform, e.g, ipSecEspTransformTable, ipSecAhTransformTable."
     ::= { ipSecStaticActionEntry  8 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecNegotiationActionTable
   --

   ipSecNegotiationActionTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecNegotiationActionEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec negotiation actions."
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  4 }

   ipSecNegotiationActionEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecNegotiationActionEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecNegotiationActionPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecNegotiationActionAction,
       ipSecNegotiationActionTunnelEndpointId,
       ipSecNegotiationActionDfHandling,
       ipSecNegotiationActionIpSecAssociationId,
       ipSecNegotiationActionKeyExchangeId
       }
     ::= { ipSecNegotiationActionTable 1 }

     IpSecNegotiationActionEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecNegotiationActionPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecNegotiationActionAction IpSecActionTC,
        ipSecNegotiationActionTunnelEndpointId ReferenceId,
        ipSecNegotiationActionDfHandling IpSecDFBitTC,
        ipSecNegotiationActionIpSecAssociationId ReferenceId,
        ipSecNegotiationActionKeyExchangeId Prid
   }

   ipSecNegotiationActionPrid OBJECT-TYPE

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     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecNegotiationActionEntry  1 }

   ipSecNegotiationActionAction OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecActionTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the IPsec action to be applied to the traffic.  If
   tunnel (2) is specified, ipSecActionTunnelEndpointId MUST also be
   specified."
     ::= { ipSecNegotiationActionEntry  2 }

   ipSecNegotiationActionTunnelEndpointId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecAddressEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When ipSecActionAction is tunnel (2), this attribute indicates
   the peer gateway IP address. This address MUST be a single
   endpoint address.

   When ipSecActionAction is not tunnel, this attribute MUST be
   zero."
     ::= { ipSecNegotiationActionEntry  3 }

   ipSecNegotiationActionDfHandling OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecDFBitTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When ipSecActionAction is tunnel, this attribute specifies how
   the DF bit is managed. When ipSecActionAction is not tunnel, this
   attribute MUST be ignored. "
     ::= { ipSecNegotiationActionEntry  4 }

   ipSecNegotiationActionIpSecAssociationId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecAssociationEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecAssociationTable."
     ::= { ipSecNegotiationActionEntry  5 }

   ipSecNegotiationActionKeyExchangeId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Prid
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in another table that describes key
   exchange associations. If a single IKEv1 phase one negotiation is
   used for the key exchange, this attribute MUST point to an

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   instance in the ipSecIkeAssociationTable. If multiple IKEv1 phase
   one negotiations (e.g., with different modes) are to be tried
   until success, this attribute SHOULD point to ipSecIkeRuleTable.

   For other key exchange methods, this attribute may point to an
   instance of a PRC defined in some other PIB.

   A value of zeroDotZero means that there is no key exchange
   procedure associated."
     ::= { ipSecNegotiationActionEntry  6 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecAssociationTable
   --

   ipSecAssociationTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecAssociationEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec associations."
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  5 }

   ipSecAssociationEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecAssociationEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecAssociationPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes,
       ipSecAssociationIdleDurationSeconds,
       ipSecAssociationUsePfs,
       ipSecAssociationUseKeyExchangeGroup,
       ipSecAssociationDhGroup,
       ipSecAssociationGranularity,
       ipSecAssociationProposalSetId
       }
     ::= { ipSecAssociationTable 1 }

     IpSecAssociationEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecAssociationPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned64,
        ipSecAssociationIdleDurationSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecAssociationUsePfs TruthValue,
        ipSecAssociationUseKeyExchangeGroup TruthValue,
        ipSecAssociationDhGroup IkeGroupDescription,
        ipSecAssociationGranularity IpSecGranularityTC,
        ipSecAssociationProposalSetId TagReferenceId

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   }

   ipSecAssociationPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  1 }

   ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     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 in
   seconds enforced. This is consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  2 }

   ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned64
     UNITS  "kilobytes"
     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 in byte count enforced. This is consistent with
   [RFC3585].


   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  3 }

   ipSecAssociationIdleDurationSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies how long, in seconds, a security association may remain
   unused before it is deleted.

   A value of zero indicates that idle detection should not be used
   for the security association (only the seconds and kilobyte
   lifetimes will be used). This is consistent with [RFC3585]. "
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  4 }


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   ipSecAssociationUsePfs OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies whether or not to use PFS when refreshing keys."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  5 }

   ipSecAssociationUseKeyExchangeGroup OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies whether or not to use the same GroupId for phase 2 as
   was used in phase 1.  If UsePFS is false, then this attribute is
   ignored.

   A value of true indicates that the phase 2 GroupId should be the
   same as phase 1.  A value of false indicates that the group number
   specified by the ipSecAssociationDhGroup attribute SHALL be used
   for phase 2. "
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  6 }

   ipSecAssociationDhGroup OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IkeGroupDescription
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the key exchange group to use for phase 2 when the
   property ipSecAssociationUsePfs is true and the property
   ipSecAssociationUseKeyExchangeGroup is false.

   "
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  7 }

   ipSecAssociationGranularity OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecGranularityTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies how the proposed selector for the security association
   will be created."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  8 }

   ipSecAssociationProposalSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a set of IPsec proposals that is associated with this
   IPsec association."
     ::= { ipSecAssociationEntry  9 }


   --
   --
   -- 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. "
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  6 }

   ipSecProposalSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecProposalSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecProposalSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId,
       ipSecProposalSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetTable 1 }

     IpSecProposalSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecProposalSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId TagId,
        ipSecProposalSetProposalId ReferenceId,
        ipSecProposalSetOrder IpSecOrderTC
   }

   ipSecProposalSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An IPsec proposal set is composed of one or more IPsec proposals.
   Proposals belonging to the same set have the same ProposalSetId."
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecProposalSetProposalId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecProposalEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecProposalTable."
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetEntry  3 }

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   ipSecProposalSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     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. "
     ::= { ipSecProposalSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecProposalTable
   --

   ipSecProposalTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecProposalEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec proposals. It has references to Encapsulating
   Security Payload (ESP), Authentication Header (AH) and IP Payload
   Compression Protocol (COMP) Transform sets. Within a proposal,
   different types of transforms are ANDed. Multiple transforms of
   the same type are ORed with preference order."
     ::= { ipSecAssociation  7 }

   ipSecProposalEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecProposalEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecProposalPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecProposalEspTransformSetId,
       ipSecProposalAhTransformSetId,
       ipSecProposalCompTransformSetId
       }
     ::= { ipSecProposalTable 1 }

     IpSecProposalEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecProposalPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecProposalEspTransformSetId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecProposalAhTransformSetId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecProposalCompTransformSetId TagReferenceId
   }

   ipSecProposalPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION

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   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  1 }

   ipSecProposalEspTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies a set of ESP transforms, specified in
   ipSecEspTransformSetTable, that is associated with this proposal."
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  2 }

   ipSecProposalAhTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies an AH transform set, specified in
   ipSecAhTransformSetTable, that is associated with this proposal."
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  3 }

   ipSecProposalCompTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that identifies a set of IPComp transforms, specified
   in ipSecCompTransformSetTable, that is associated with this
   proposal."
     ::= { ipSecProposalEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecAhTransformSetTable
   --

   ipSecAhTransformSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecAhTransformSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies AH transform sets. Within a transform set, the
   transforms are ORed with preference order. "
     ::= { ipSecAhTransform  1 }

   ipSecAhTransformSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecAhTransformSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecAhTransformSetPrid }

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     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId,
       ipSecAhTransformSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetTable 1 }

     IpSecAhTransformSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecAhTransformSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId TagId,
        ipSecAhTransformSetTransformId ReferenceId,
        ipSecAhTransformSetOrder IpSecOrderTC
   }

   ipSecAhTransformSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class. "
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An AH transform set is composed of one or more AH transforms.
   Transforms belonging to the same set have the same
   TransformSetId."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecAhTransformSetTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecAhTransformEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecAhTransformTable."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecAhTransformSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     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."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecAhTransformTable

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   --

   ipSecAhTransformTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecAhTransformEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies AH transforms."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransform  2 }

   ipSecAhTransformEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecAhTransformEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecAhTransformPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecAhTransformTransformId,
       ipSecAhTransformIntegrityKey,
       ipSecAhTransformUseReplayPrevention,
       ipSecAhTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize,
       ipSecAhTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecAhTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes
       }
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformTable 1 }

     IpSecAhTransformEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecAhTransformPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecAhTransformTransformId IpsecDoiAuthAlgorithm,
        ipSecAhTransformIntegrityKey OCTET STRING,
        ipSecAhTransformUseReplayPrevention TruthValue,
        ipSecAhTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize Unsigned32,
        ipSecAhTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecAhTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned64
   }

   ipSecAhTransformPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class. "
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  1 }

   ipSecAhTransformTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpsecDoiAuthAlgorithm
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the transform ID of the AH algorithm to propose."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  2 }

   ipSecAhTransformIntegrityKey OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When this AH transform instance is used for a Static Action, this
   attribute specifies the integrity key to be used. This attribute
   MUST be ignored when this AH transform instance is used for a
   Negotiation Action."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  3 }

   ipSecAhTransformUseReplayPrevention OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies whether to enable replay prevention detection."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  4 }

   ipSecAhTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "bits"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies, in bits, the length of the sliding window used by the
   replay prevention detection mechanism. The value of this property
   is ignored if UseReplayPrevention is false. It is assumed that the
   window size will take a value that is a power of 2."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  5 }

   ipSecAhTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum amount of time to propose for a security
   association to remain valid.

   A value of zero indicates that the default of 8 hours be used.  A
   non-zero value indicates the maximum seconds lifetime. This is
   consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  6 }

   ipSecAhTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned64
     UNITS  "kilobytes"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum kilobyte lifetime to propose for a security
   association to remain valid.

   A value of zero indicates that there should be no maximum kilobyte
   lifetime.  A non-zero value specifies the desired kilobyte
   lifetime. This is consistent with [RFC3585].

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   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecAhTransformEntry  7 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecEspTransformSetTable
   --

   ipSecEspTransformSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecEspTransformSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies ESP transform sets. Within a transform set, the choices
   are ORed with preference order. "
     ::= { ipSecEspTransform  1 }

   ipSecEspTransformSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecEspTransformSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecEspTransformSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId,
       ipSecEspTransformSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetTable 1 }

     IpSecEspTransformSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecEspTransformSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId TagId,
        ipSecEspTransformSetTransformId ReferenceId,
        ipSecEspTransformSetOrder IpSecOrderTC
   }

   ipSecEspTransformSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION



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   "An ESP transform set is composed of one or more ESP transforms.
   Transforms belonging to the same set have the same
   TransformSetId."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecEspTransformSetTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecEspTransformEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecEspTransformTable."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecEspTransformSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     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."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecEspTransformTable
   --

   ipSecEspTransformTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecEspTransformEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies ESP transforms."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransform  2 }

   ipSecEspTransformEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecEspTransformEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecEspTransformPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecEspTransformIntegrityTransformId,
       ipSecEspTransformCipherTransformId,
       ipSecEspTransformIntegrityKey,
       ipSecEspTransformCipherKey,
       ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyRounds,
       ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyLength,
       ipSecEspTransformUseReplayPrevention,
       ipSecEspTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize,

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       ipSecEspTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecEspTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes
       }
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformTable 1 }

     IpSecEspTransformEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecEspTransformPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecEspTransformIntegrityTransformId IpsecDoiAuthAlgorithm,
        ipSecEspTransformCipherTransformId IpsecDoiEspTransform,
        ipSecEspTransformIntegrityKey OCTET STRING,
        ipSecEspTransformCipherKey OCTET STRING,
        ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyRounds Unsigned16TC,
        ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyLength Unsigned16TC,
        ipSecEspTransformUseReplayPrevention TruthValue,
        ipSecEspTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize Unsigned32,
        ipSecEspTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecEspTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned64
   }

   ipSecEspTransformPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  1 }

   ipSecEspTransformIntegrityTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpsecDoiAuthAlgorithm
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the transform ID of the ESP integrity algorithm to
   propose."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  2 }

   ipSecEspTransformCipherTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpsecDoiEspTransform
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the transform ID of the ESP encryption algorithm to
   propose."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  3 }

   ipSecEspTransformIntegrityKey OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When this ESP transform instance is used for a Static Action,
   this attribute specifies the integrity key to be used. This
   attribute MUST be ignored when this ESP transform instance is used
   for a Negotiation Action."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  4 }


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   ipSecEspTransformCipherKey OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When this ESP transform instance is used for a Static Action,
   this attribute specifies the cipher key to be used. This attribute
   MUST be ignored when this ESP transform instance is used for a
   Negotiation Action."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  5 }

   ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyRounds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned16TC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the number of key rounds for the ESP encryption
   algorithm.  For encryption algorithms that use fixed number of key
   rounds, this value is ignored."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  6 }

   ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyLength OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned16TC
     UNITS  "bits"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies, in bits, the key length for the ESP encryption
   algorithm. For encryption algorithms that use fixed-length keys,
   this value is ignored."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  7 }

   ipSecEspTransformUseReplayPrevention OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies whether to enable replay prevention detection."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  8 }

   ipSecEspTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "bits"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies, in bits, the length of the sliding window used by the
   replay prevention detection mechanism. The value of this property
   is ignored if UseReplayPrevention is false. It is assumed that the
   window size will take a value that is a power of 2."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  9 }

   ipSecEspTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION


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   "Specifies the maximum amount of time to propose for a security
   association to remain valid.

   A value of zero indicates that the default of 8 hours be used.  A
   non-zero value indicates the maximum seconds lifetime. This is
   consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  10 }

   ipSecEspTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned64
     UNITS  "kilobytes"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum kilobyte lifetime to propose for a security
   association to remain valid.

   A value of zero indicates that there should be no maximum kilobyte
   lifetime.  A non-zero value specifies the desired kilobyte
   lifetime. This is consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecEspTransformEntry  11 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecCompTransformSetTable
   --

   ipSecCompTransformSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecCompTransformSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IP COMP transform sets. Within a transform set, the
   choices are ORed with preference order."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransform  1 }

   ipSecCompTransformSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecCompTransformSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecCompTransformSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId,
       ipSecCompTransformSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetTable 1 }

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     IpSecCompTransformSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecCompTransformSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId TagId,
        ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId ReferenceId,
        ipSecCompTransformSetOrder IpSecOrderTC
   }

   ipSecCompTransformSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An IP COMP transform set is composed of one or more IP COMP
   transforms. Transforms belonging to the same set have the same
   TransformSetId."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecCompTransformEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecCompTransformTable."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecCompTransformSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the transform
   identified by ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId within a transform
   set. The transform set is identified by
   ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId. Transforms within a set are
   ORed with preference order."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecCompTransformTable
   --

   ipSecCompTransformTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecCompTransformEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install

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     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IP COMP algorithms."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransform  2 }

   ipSecCompTransformEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecCompTransformEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecCompTransformPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecCompTransformAlgorithm,
       ipSecCompTransformDictionarySize,
       ipSecCompTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecCompTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes
       }
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformTable 1 }

     IpSecCompTransformEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecCompTransformPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecCompTransformAlgorithm IpsecDoiIpcompTransform,
        ipSecCompTransformDictionarySize Unsigned16TC,
        ipSecCompTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecCompTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned64
   }

   ipSecCompTransformPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  1 }

   ipSecCompTransformAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpsecDoiIpcompTransform
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the transform ID of the IP COMP compression algorithm
   to propose."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  2 }

   ipSecCompTransformDictionarySize OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned16TC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the log2 maximum size of the dictionary for the
   compression algorithm.  For compression algorithms that have pre-
   defined dictionary sizes, this value is ignored."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  3 }

   ipSecCompTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE

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     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum amount of time to propose for a security
   association to remain valid.

   A value of zero indicates that the default of 8 hours be used.  A
   non-zero value indicates the maximum seconds lifetime. This is
   consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  4 }

   ipSecCompTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned64
     UNITS  "kilobytes"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum kilobyte lifetime to propose for a security
   association to remain valid.

   A value of zero indicates that there should be no maximum kilobyte
   lifetime.  A non-zero value specifies the desired kilobyte
   lifetime. This is consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecCompTransformEntry  5 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeRuleTable
   --

   ipSecIkeRuleTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeRuleEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IKEv1 rules. This class is required only when
   specifying:

   - Multiple IKE phase one actions (e.g., with different exchange
   modes) that are associated with one IPsec association. These
   actions are to be tried in sequence till one success.

   - IKE phase one actions that start automatically.

   For each entry:


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   1. ipSecIkeRuleIfCapSetName must reference an existing capability
   set name in frwkCapabilitySetTable [FRC3318] .

   2. ipSecIkeRuleRoles must reference an existing Role Combination
   in frwkRoleComboTable [RFC3318].

   If any or both of these requirements is not satisfied, the entry
   shall not be installed."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  1 }

   ipSecIkeRuleEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeRuleEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIkeRulePrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeRuleIfCapSetName,
       ipSecIkeRuleRoles,
       ipSecIkeRuleIkeActionSetId,
       ipSecIkeRuleActionExecutionStrategy,
       ipSecIkeRuleLimitNegotiation,
       ipSecIkeRuleAutoStart,
       ipSecIkeRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeRuleEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeRulePrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIkeRuleIfCapSetName SnmpAdminString,
        ipSecIkeRuleRoles RoleCombination,
        ipSecIkeRuleIkeActionSetId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeRuleActionExecutionStrategy INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeRuleLimitNegotiation INTEGER,
        ipSecIkeRuleAutoStart TruthValue,
        ipSecIkeRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId TagReferenceId
   }

   ipSecIkeRulePrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeRuleIfCapSetName OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SnmpAdminString
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "The interface capability set to which this IKE rule applies. The
   interface capability name specified by this attribute must exist


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   in the frwkCapabilitySetTable [RFC3318] prior to association with
   an instance of this class.

   This attribute MUST be ignored if ipSecIkeRuleAutoStart is false."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeRuleRoles OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX RoleCombination
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the role combination of the interface to which this IKE
   rule should apply. There must exist an instance in the
   frwkRoleComboTable [RFC3318] specifying this role combination,
   together with the interface capability set specified by
   ipSecIkeRuleIfName, prior to association with an instance of this
   class.

   This attribute MUST be ignored if ipSecIkeRuleAutoStart is false."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeRuleIkeActionSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecIkeActionSetActionSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a set of IKE actions to be associated with this rule."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  4 }

   ipSecIkeRuleActionExecutionStrategy OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       doAll(1),
       doUntilSuccess(2)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the strategy to be used in executing the sequenced
   actions in the action set identified by ipSecRuleIpSecActionSetId.

   DoAll (1) causes the execution of all the actions in the action
   set according to their defined precedence order. The precedence
   order is specified by the ipSecActionSetOrder in
   ipSecIkeActionSetTable.

   DoUntilSuccess (2) causes the execution of actions according to
   their defined precedence order until a successful execution of a
   single action. The precedence order is specified by the
   ipSecActionSetOrder in ipSecIkeActionSetTable."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  5 }

   ipSecIkeRuleLimitNegotiation OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       initiator(1),
       responder(2),

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       both(3)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Limits the negotiation method. Before proceeding with a phase 1
   negotiation, this property is checked to determine if the
   negotiation role of the rule matches that defined for the
   negotiation being undertaken (e.g., Initiator, Responder, or
   Both). If this check fails (e.g. the current role is IKE responder
   while the rule specifies IKE initiator), then the IKE negotiation
   is stopped. Note that this only applies to new IKE phase 1
   negotiations and has no effect on either renegotiation or refresh
   operations with peers for which an established SA already exists."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  6 }

   ipSecIkeRuleAutoStart OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Indicates if this rule should be automatically executed."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  7 }

   ipSecIkeRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a rule time period set, specified in
   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable, that is associated with this rule.

   A value of zero indicates that this rule is always valid."
     ::= { ipSecIkeRuleEntry  8 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeActionSetTable
   --

   ipSecIkeActionSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeActionSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IKEv1 action sets."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  2 }

   ipSecIkeActionSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeActionSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIkeActionSetPrid }

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     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeActionSetActionSetId,
       ipSecIkeActionSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeActionSetTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeActionSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeActionSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIkeActionSetActionSetId TagId,
        ipSecIkeActionSetActionId ReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeActionSetOrder IpSecOrderTC
   }

   ipSecIkeActionSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIkeActionSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeActionSetActionSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An IKE action set is composed of one or more IKE actions. Actions
   belonging to the same set have the same ActionSetId."
     ::= { ipSecIkeActionSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeActionSetActionId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecIkeAssociationEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecIkeAssociationTable."
     ::= { ipSecIkeActionSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeActionSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the precedence order of the action within the action
   set."
     ::= { ipSecIkeActionSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeAssociationTable
   --

   ipSecIkeAssociationTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeAssociationEntry

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     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IKEv1 associations. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  3 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeAssociationEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIkeAssociationPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeAssociationMinLiftetimeSeconds,
       ipSecIkeAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes,
       ipSecIkeAssociationIdleDurationSeconds,
       ipSecIkeAssociationExchangeMode,
       ipSecIkeAssociationUseIkeIdentityType,
       ipSecIkeAssociationUseIkeIdentityValue,
       ipSecIkeAssociationIkePeerEndpoint,
       ipSecIkeAssociationPresharedKey,
       ipSecIkeAssociationVendorId,
       ipSecIkeAssociationAggressiveModeGroupId,
       ipSecIkeAssociationLocalCredentialId,
       ipSecIkeAssociationDoActionLogging,
       ipSecIkeAssociationIkeProposalSetId
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeAssociationEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeAssociationPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIkeAssociationMinLiftetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned64,
        ipSecIkeAssociationIdleDurationSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeAssociationExchangeMode IpSecExchangeModeTC,
        ipSecIkeAssociationUseIkeIdentityType IpsecDoiIdentType,
        ipSecIkeAssociationUseIkeIdentityValue OCTET STRING,
        ipSecIkeAssociationIkePeerEndpoint ReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeAssociationPresharedKey OCTET STRING,
        ipSecIkeAssociationVendorId OCTET STRING,
        ipSecIkeAssociationAggressiveModeGroupId IkeGroupDescription,
        ipSecIkeAssociationLocalCredentialId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeAssociationDoActionLogging TruthValue,
        ipSecIkeAssociationIkeProposalSetId TagReferenceId
   }

   ipSecIkeAssociationPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  1 }

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   ipSecIkeAssociationMinLiftetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     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 in
   seconds enforced. This is consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned64
     UNITS  "kilobytes"
     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 in
   byte count enforced. This is consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationIdleDurationSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies how long, in seconds, a security association may remain
   unused before it is deleted.

   A value of zero indicates that idle detection should not be used
   for the security association (only the seconds and kilobyte
   lifetimes will be used). This is consistent with [RFC3585]. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  4 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationExchangeMode OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecExchangeModeTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the negotiation mode that the IKE server will use for
   phase one."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  5 }


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   ipSecIkeAssociationUseIkeIdentityType OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpsecDoiIdentType
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the type of IKE identity to use during IKE phase one
   negotiation."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  6 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationUseIkeIdentityValue OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the ID payload value to be provided to the peer during
   IKE phase one negotiation."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  7 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationIkePeerEndpoint OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecIkePeerEndpointEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecIkePeerEndpointTable to
   indicate an IKE peer endpoint."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  8 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationPresharedKey OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This attribute specifies the preshared key or secret to use for
   IKE authentication. This is the key for all the IKE proposals of
   this association that set ipSecIkeProposalAuthenticationMethod to
   presharedKey(1)."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  9 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationVendorId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the value to be used in the Vendor ID payload.  It is a
   hash value as defined in [RFC2408]  Section 3.16.

   A zero length OCTET STRING means that Vendor ID payload will be
   neither generated nor accepted. Otherwise, it means that a Vendor
   ID payload will be generated (when acting as an initiator) or is
   expected (when acting as a responder). "
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  10 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationAggressiveModeGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IkeGroupDescription
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION


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   "Specifies the group ID to be used for aggressive mode. This
   attribute is ignored unless the attribute
   ipSecIkeAssociationExchangeMode is set to 4 (aggressive mode). "
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  11 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationLocalCredentialId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecCredentialSetSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Indicates a group of credentials. One of the credentials in the
   group MUST be used when establishing an IKE association with the
   peer endpoint."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  12 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationDoActionLogging OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies whether a log message is to be generated when the
   negotiation is attempted (with the success or failure result)."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  13 }

   ipSecIkeAssociationIkeProposalSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a set of IKE proposals that is associated with this
   IKE association."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociationEntry  14 }


   --
   --
   -- 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. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  4 }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeProposalSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIkeProposalSetPrid }

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     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId,
       ipSecIkeProposalSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeProposalSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeProposalSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId TagId,
        ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalId ReferenceId,
        ipSecIkeProposalSetOrder IpSecOrderTC
   }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An IKE proposal set is composed of one or more IKE proposals.
   Proposals belonging to the same set has the same ProposalSetId. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecIkeProposalEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecIkeProposalTable."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeProposalSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     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."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalSetEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkeProposalTable
   --


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   ipSecIkeProposalTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkeProposalEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IKEv1 proposals."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  5 }

   ipSecIkeProposalEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkeProposalEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIkeProposalPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeSeconds,
       ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeKilobytes,
       ipSecIkeProposalCipherAlgorithm,
       ipSecIkeProposalHashAlgorithm,
       ipSecIkeProposalAuthenticationMethod,
       ipSecIkeProposalPrfAlgorithm,
       ipSecIkeProposalIkeDhGroup
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalTable 1 }

     IpSecIkeProposalEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkeProposalPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeSeconds Unsigned32,
        ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeKilobytes Unsigned64,
        ipSecIkeProposalCipherAlgorithm IkeEncryptionAlgorithm,
        ipSecIkeProposalHashAlgorithm IkeHashAlgorithm,
        ipSecIkeProposalAuthenticationMethod IkeAuthMethod,
        ipSecIkeProposalPrfAlgorithm Unsigned16TC,
        ipSecIkeProposalIkeDhGroup IkeGroupDescription
   }

   ipSecIkeProposalPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeSeconds OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32
     UNITS  "seconds"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum amount of time to propose for a security
   association to remain valid.



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   A value of zero indicates that the default of 8 hours be used.  A
   non-zero value indicates the maximum seconds lifetime. This is
   consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeKilobytes OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned64
     UNITS  "kilobytes"
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum kilobyte lifetime to propose for a security
   association to remain valid.

   A value of zero indicates that there should be no maximum kilobyte
   lifetime.  A non-zero value specifies the desired kilobyte
   lifetime. This is consistent with [RFC3585].

   When both the LifetimeSeconds and LifetimeKilobytes are used, the
   first lifetime to expire takes precedence."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkeProposalCipherAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IkeEncryptionAlgorithm
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the encryption algorithm to propose for the IKE
   association."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  4 }

   ipSecIkeProposalHashAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IkeHashAlgorithm
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the hash algorithm to propose for the IKE association."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  5 }

   ipSecIkeProposalAuthenticationMethod OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IkeAuthMethod
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the authentication method to propose for the IKE
   association."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  6 }

   ipSecIkeProposalPrfAlgorithm OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned16TC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the Psuedo-Random Function (PRF) to propose for the IKE
   association. As indicated in [RFC2409], there are currently no

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   negotiable pseudo-random functions defined in this document.
   Private use attribute values can be used for prf negotiation
   between consenting parties. "
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  7 }

   ipSecIkeProposalIkeDhGroup OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IkeGroupDescription
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "The value of this property indicates the Diffie-Hellman group
   number to propose for the IKE association.

   The value of this property is to be ignored when doing aggressive
   mode."
     ::= { ipSecIkeProposalEntry  8 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIkePeerEndpointTable
   --

   ipSecIkePeerEndpointTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIkePeerEndpointEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IKE peer endpoints."
     ::= { ipSecIkeAssociation  6 }

   ipSecIkePeerEndpointEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIkePeerEndpointEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIkePeerEndpointPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityType,
       ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityValue,
       ipSecIkePeerEndpointIsNegated,
       ipSecIkePeerEndpointAddress,
       ipSecIkePeerEndpointCredentialSetId
       }
     ::= { ipSecIkePeerEndpointTable 1 }

     IpSecIkePeerEndpointEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIkePeerEndpointPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityType IpsecDoiIdentType,
        ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityValue OCTET STRING,
        ipSecIkePeerEndpointIsNegated TruthValue,
        ipSecIkePeerEndpointAddress ReferenceId,
        ipSecIkePeerEndpointCredentialSetId TagReferenceId
   }

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   ipSecIkePeerEndpointPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIkePeerEndpointEntry  1 }

   ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityType OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpsecDoiIdentType
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the type of identity that MUST be provided by the peer
   in the ID payload during IKE phase one negotiation."
     ::= { ipSecIkePeerEndpointEntry  2 }

   ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityValue OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the value to be matched with the ID payload provided by
   the peer during IKE phase one negotiation.

   The syntax may need to be converted for comparison. If the
   ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityType is a DistinguishedName, the name
   in the ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityValue
   is represented by an ordinary string value, but this value must be
   converted into a DER-encoded string before matching against the
   values extracted from IKE ID payloads at runtime.  The same
   applies to IPv4 & IPv6 addresses.

   Different Wildcards wildcard mechanisms can be used as well as the
   prefix notation for IPv4 addresses depending on the ID payload:

   - an IdentityValue of *@example.com will match an user FQDN ID
   payload of JDOE@EXAMPLE.COM

   - an IdentityValue of *.example.com will match a FQDN ID payload
   of WWW.EXAMPLE.COM

   - an IdentityValue of cn=*,ou=engineering,o=company,c=us will
   match a DER DN ID payload of cn=John Doe, ou=engineering,
   o=company, c=us

   - an IdentityValue of 192.0.2.0/24 will match an IPv4 address ID
   payload of 192.0.2.10.

   - an IdentityValue of 192.0.2.* will also match an IPv4 address ID
   payload of 192.0.2.10.




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   The above wildcard mechanisms MUST be supported for all ID
   payloads supported by the local IKE entity.  The character *
   replaces 0 or multiple instances of any character."
     ::= { ipSecIkePeerEndpointEntry  3 }

   ipSecIkePeerEndpointIsNegated OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This attribute behaves like a logical NOT for the peer identity.
   If the value of this attribute is 'true', the peer identity whose
   type is specified by ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityType MUST not
   match the vaule specified by ipSecIkePeerEndpointValue."
     ::= { ipSecIkePeerEndpointEntry  4 }

   ipSecIkePeerEndpointAddress OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecAddressEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid entry in the ipSecAddressTable to specify
   the endpoint address with which this PEP establishes IKE
   association. The pointed address MUST be a single endpoint
   address. This attribute is used only when the IKE association is
   to be started automatically. Hence, the value of this attribute
   MUST be zero if ipSecIkeRuleAutoStart is false."
     ::= { ipSecIkePeerEndpointEntry  5 }

   ipSecIkePeerEndpointCredentialSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecCredentialSetSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a set of credentials. Any one of the credentials in
   the set is acceptable as the IKE peer credential."
     ::= { ipSecIkePeerEndpointEntry  6 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecCredentialSetTable
   --

   ipSecCredentialSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecCredentialSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies credential sets.

   For IKE peer credentials, any one of the credentials in the set is
   acceptable as peer credential during IEK phase 1 negotiation. For


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   IKE local credentials, any one of the credentials in the set can
   be used in IKE phase 1 negotiation."
     ::= { ipSecCredential  1 }

   ipSecCredentialSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecCredentialSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecCredentialSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecCredentialSetSetId,
       ipSecCredentialSetCredentialId
       }
     ::= { ipSecCredentialSetTable 1 }

     IpSecCredentialSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecCredentialSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecCredentialSetSetId TagId,
        ipSecCredentialSetCredentialId ReferenceId
   }

   ipSecCredentialSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecCredentialSetSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A credential set is composed of one or more credentials.
   Credentials belonging to the same set have the same
   CredentialSetId."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecCredentialSetCredentialId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecCredentialEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecCredentialTable."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialSetEntry  3 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecCredentialTable
   --


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   ipSecCredentialTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecCredentialEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies credentials."
     ::= { ipSecCredential  2 }

   ipSecCredentialEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecCredentialEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecCredentialPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecCredentialCredentialType,
       ipSecCredentialFieldsId,
       ipSecCredentialCrlDistributionPoint
       }
     ::= { ipSecCredentialTable 1 }

     IpSecCredentialEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecCredentialPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecCredentialCredentialType IpSecCredTypeTC,
        ipSecCredentialFieldsId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecCredentialCrlDistributionPoint OCTET STRING
   }

   ipSecCredentialPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialEntry  1 }

   ipSecCredentialCredentialType OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecCredTypeTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the type of credential to be matched."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialEntry  2 }

   ipSecCredentialFieldsId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecCredentialFieldsSetId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies a group of matching criteria to be used for the peer
   credential. The identified criteria MUST all be satisfied."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialEntry  3 }

   ipSecCredentialCrlDistributionPoint OBJECT-TYPE

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     SYNTAX OCTET STRING
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "When credential type is certificate X509, this attribute
   identifies the Certificate Revocation List (CRL) distribution
   point for this credential."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecCredentialFieldsTable
   --

   ipSecCredentialFieldsTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecCredentialFieldsEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies sets of credential sub-fields and their values to be
   matched against. "
     ::= { ipSecCredential  3 }

   ipSecCredentialFieldsEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecCredentialFieldsEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecCredentialFieldsPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecCredentialFieldsName,
       ipSecCredentialFieldsValue,
       ipSecCredentialFieldsIsNegated,
       ipSecCredentialFieldsSetId
       }
     ::= { ipSecCredentialFieldsTable 1 }

     IpSecCredentialFieldsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecCredentialFieldsPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecCredentialFieldsName SnmpAdminString,
        ipSecCredentialFieldsValue SnmpAdminString,
        ipSecCredentialFieldsIsNegated TruthValue,
        ipSecCredentialFieldsSetId TagId
   }

   ipSecCredentialFieldsPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialFieldsEntry  1 }


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   ipSecCredentialFieldsName OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SnmpAdminString
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the sub-field of the credential to match with. This is
   the string representation of a X.509 certificate attribute, e.g.
   serialNumber,  issuerName, subjectName, etc.."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialFieldsEntry  2 }

   ipSecCredentialFieldsValue OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SnmpAdminString
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the value to match with for the sub-field identified by
   ipSecCredentialFieldsName. A wildcard mechanism can be used in the
   Value string. E.g., if the Name is subjectName then a Value of
   cn=*,ou=engineering,o=foo,c=be will match successfully a
   certificate whose subject attribute is cn=Jane Doe,
   ou=engineering, o=foo, c=be.  The wildcard character * can be used
   to represent 0 or several characters.

   If the ipSecCredentialFieldsName corresponds to a
   DistinguishedName, this value is represented by a string value.
   However, an implementation must convert this string to a DER-
   encoded string before matching against the values extracted from
   credentials at runtime. "
     ::= { ipSecCredentialFieldsEntry  3 }

   ipSecCredentialFieldsIsNegated OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This attribute behaves like a logical NOT for the credential
   field match. If the value of this attribute is 'true', the
   credential field specified by ipSecCredentialFieldsName MUST not
   match the vaule specified by ipSecCredentialFieldsValue."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialFieldsEntry  4 }

   ipSecCredentialFieldsSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the set this criteria belongs to. All criteria within a
   set MUST all be satisfied."
     ::= { ipSecCredentialFieldsEntry  5 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecSelectorSetTable
   --

   ipSecSelectorSetTable OBJECT-TYPE

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     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecSelectorSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec selector sets."
     ::= { ipSecSelector  1 }

   ipSecSelectorSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecSelectorSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecSelectorSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecSelectorSetSelectorSetId,
       ipSecSelectorSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecSelectorSetTable 1 }

     IpSecSelectorSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecSelectorSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecSelectorSetSelectorSetId TagId,
        ipSecSelectorSetSelectorId Prid,
        ipSecSelectorSetOrder IpSecOrderTC,
        ipSecSelectorSetIsNegated TruthValue
   }

   ipSecSelectorSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecSelectorSetSelectorSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An IPsec selector set is composed of one or more IPsec selectors.
   Selectors belonging to the same set have the same SelectorSetId."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecSelectorSetSelectorId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Prid
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in another class that describes
   selectors. To use selectors defined in this IPsec PIB module, this
   attribute MUST point to an instance in ipSecSelectorTable. This
   attribute may also point to an instance in a selector or filter
   PRC defined in other PIB modules."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorSetEntry  3 }

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   ipSecSelectorSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the selectors
   identified by ipSecSelectorId within a selector set. The selector
   set is identified by ipSecSelectorSetId. "
     ::= { ipSecSelectorSetEntry  4 }

   ipSecSelectorSetIsNegated OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If the value of this attribute is 'true', the filters pointed by
   ipSecSelectorSetSelectorId SHALL be negated."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorSetEntry  5 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecSelectorTable
   --

   ipSecSelectorTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecSelectorEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IPsec selectors. 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. Then add to the combinations the ipSecSelectorProtocol,
   ipSecSelectorDscp and ipSecSelectorFlowLabel attributes to form
   all the selectors.

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   The relative order of the selectors constructed from a single row
   is unspecified. "
     ::= { ipSecSelector  2 }

   ipSecSelectorEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecSelectorEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecSelectorPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId,
       ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId,
       ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId,
       ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId,
       ipSecSelectorProtocol,
       ipSecSelectorDscp,
       ipSecSelectorFlowLabel
       }
     ::= { ipSecSelectorTable 1 }

     IpSecSelectorEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecSelectorPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId TagReferenceId,
        ipSecSelectorProtocol Unsigned32,
        ipSecSelectorDscp DscpOrAny,
        ipSecSelectorFlowLabel IPv6FlowLabelOrAny
   }

   ipSecSelectorPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  1 }

   ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecAddressGroupId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Indicates source addresses. All addresses in ipSecAddressTable
   whose ipSecAddressGroupId matches this value are included as
   source addresses.

   A value of zero indicates wildcard address, i.e., any address
   matches."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  2 }

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   ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecL4PortGroupId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Indicates source layer 4 port numbers. All ports in ipSecL4Port
   whose ipSecL4PortGroupId matches this value are included.

   A value of zero indicates wildcard port, i.e., any port number
   matches."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  3 }

   ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecAddressGroupId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Indicates destination addresses. All addresses in
   ipSecAddressTable whose ipSecAddressGroupId matches this value are
   included as destination addresses.

   A value of zero indicates wildcard address, i.e., any address
   matches."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  4 }

   ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagReferenceId
     PIB-TAG    { ipSecL4PortGroupId }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Indicates destination layer 4 port numbers. All ports in
   ipSecL4Port whose ipSecL4PortGroupId matches this value are
   included.

   A value of zero indicates wildcard port, i.e., any port number
   matches."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  5 }

   ipSecSelectorProtocol OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned32 (0..255)
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "The layer-4 protocol Id to match against the IPv4 protocol number
   or the IPv6 Next-Header number in the packet. A value of 255 means
   match all. Note the protocol number of 255 is reserved by IANA,
   and Next-Header number of 0 is used in IPv6."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  6 }

   ipSecSelectorDscp OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX DscpOrAny
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION

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   "The value that the DSCP in the packet can have and match this
   filter. A value of -1 indicates that a specific DSCP value has not
   been defined and thus all DSCP values are considered a match."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  7 }

   ipSecSelectorFlowLabel OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IPv6FlowLabelOrAny
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "The flow identifier or flow label in an IPv6 packet header that
   may be used to discriminate traffic flows.  The value of -1 is
   used to indicate a wildcard, i.e. any value."
     ::= { ipSecSelectorEntry  8 }


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecAddressTable
   --

   ipSecAddressTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecAddressEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "This class allows the specification of a single IP address, a
   subnet consisting of an IP address and the prefix length, an IP
   address range, and a wild-card IP address.

   If the address type is 'ipv4', 'ipv6', 'ipv4z' or 'ipv6z', to
   specify a single IP address the values of ipSecAddressAddrMin and
   ipSecAddressAddrMax MUST be the same and the
   ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength MUST have a value of 32 or greater
   (128 or greater for 'ipv6' or 'ipv6z'). To specify a subnet, the
   values of ipSecAddressAddrMin and ipSecAddressAddrMax MUST be the
   same and the ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength MUST have a value
   between 0 and 32 (128 for 'ipv6' or 'ipv6z'). To specify an IP
   address range, the values of ipSecAddressAddrMin and
   ipSecAddressAddrMax MUST be different and the
   ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength MUST have a value of 32 (or 128 for
   'ipv6' or 'ipv6z')

   If the address type is 'dns', ipSecAddressAddrMin and
   ipSecAddressAddrMax MUST contain the same 'dns' address. The
   ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength MUST be ignored. The mapping of the
   address value to IPv4 or IPv6 addresses MUST be done by the PEP at
   install time. A dns name may be mapped into multiple single IP
   addresses. Each of them becomes a single row in the resulted
   address table.

   To specify a wild-card IP address, the
   ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength MUST be zero. "
     ::= { ipSecSelector  3 }

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   ipSecAddressEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecAddressEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecAddressPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecAddressAddressType,
       ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength,
       ipSecAddressAddrMin,
       ipSecAddressAddrMax,
       ipSecAddressGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecAddressTable 1 }

     IpSecAddressEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecAddressPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecAddressAddressType InetAddressType,
        ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength InetAddressPrefixLength,
        ipSecAddressAddrMin InetAddress,
        ipSecAddressAddrMax InetAddress,
        ipSecAddressGroupId TagId
   }

   ipSecAddressPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  1 }

   ipSecAddressAddressType OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InetAddressType
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the type of IP address.

   While other types of addresses are defined in the InetAddressType
   textual convention, an IP filter can only use IPv4 and IPv6
   addresses directly to classify traffic. All other InetAddressTypes
   require mapping to the corresponding Ipv4 or IPv6 address before
   being used to classify traffic. Therefore, this object as such is
   not limited to IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, i.e., it can be assigned
   any of the valid values defined in the InetAddressType TC, but the
   mapping of the address values to IPv4 or IPv6 addresses must be
   done by the PEP at install time. "
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  2 }

   ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InetAddressPrefixLength
     STATUS current

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     DESCRIPTION
   "The length of a mask for the matching of IP address. This
   attribute is interpreted only if the InetAddressType is 'ipv4',
   'ipv4z', 'ipv6' or 'ipv6z'.

   Masks are constructed by setting bits in sequence from the most-
   significant bit downwards for ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength bits
   length. All other bits in the mask, up to the  number needed to
   fill the length of the address ipSecAddressAddrMin are cleared to
   zero. A zero bit in the mask then means that the corresponding bit
   in the address always matches.

   In IPv4 addresses, a length of 0 indicates a match of any address.
   When ipSecAddressAddrMin and ipSecAddressAddrMax have the same
   value, a length of 32 or greater indicates a match of a single
   host address, and a length between 0 and 32 indicates the use of a
   CIDR Prefix. When ipSecAddressAddrMin and ipSecAddressAddrMax have
   different values, this attribute MUST have a value of 32 to
   indicate an IP address range.

   In IPv6 addresses, a length of 0 indicates a match of any address.
   When ipSecAddressAddrMin and ipSecAddressAddrMax have the same
   value, a length of 128 or greater indicates a match of a single
   host address, and a length between 0 and 128 indicates the use of
   a CIDR Prefix. When ipSecAddressAddrMin and ipSecAddressAddrMax
   have different values, this attribute MUST have value of 128 in
   order to indicate an IP address range."
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  3 }

   ipSecAddressAddrMin OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InetAddress
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an IP address. The type of the address is specified by
   the ipSecAddressAddressType attribute. If the address type is
   'ipv4', 'ipv6', 'ipv4z' or 'ipv6z' then, the attribute
   ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength indicates the number of bits that are
   relevant."
     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  4 }

   ipSecAddressAddrMax OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InetAddress
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If a range of addresses is used then this specifies the ending
   address. The type of the address is specified by the
   ipSecAddressAddressType attribute.

   To specify a single IP addres or a subnet, this attribute MUST be
   the same as that of ipSecAddressAddrMin.

   When ipSecAddressAddressType is 'dns', this attribute MUST contain
   the same DNS address as ipSecAddressAddrMin"

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     ::= { ipSecAddressEntry  5 }

   ipSecAddressGroupId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     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."
     ::= { ipSecSelector  4 }

   ipSecL4PortEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecL4PortEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecL4PortPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecL4PortPortMin,
       ipSecL4PortPortMax,
       ipSecL4PortGroupId
       }
     ::= { ipSecL4PortTable 1 }

     IpSecL4PortEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecL4PortPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecL4PortPortMin InetPortNumber,
        ipSecL4PortPortMax InetPortNumber,
        ipSecL4PortGroupId TagId
   }

   ipSecL4PortPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecL4PortEntry  1 }

   ipSecL4PortPortMin OBJECT-TYPE

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     SYNTAX InetPortNumber
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies a layer 4 port or the first layer 4 port number of a
   range of ports. The value of this attribute must be equal or less
   than that of ipSecL4PortPortMax.

   A value of zero indicates any port matches."
     ::= { ipSecL4PortEntry  2 }

   ipSecL4PortPortMax OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InetPortNumber
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the last layer 4 port in the range. If only a single
   port is specified, the value of this attribute must be equal to
   that of ipSecL4PortPortMin. Otherwise, the value of this attribute
   MUST be greater than that specified by ipSecL4PortPortMin.

   If ipSecL4PortPortMin is zero, this attribute MUST be ignored."
     ::= { ipSecL4PortEntry  3 }

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


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIpsoFilterSetTable
   --

   ipSecIpsoFilterSetTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIpsoFilterSetEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IP Security Options (IPSO) filter sets. Each set
   contains an ordered list of IPSO filters. Please refer to
   [RFC1108] for details on IPSO."
     ::= { ipSecSelector  5 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIpsoFilterSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIpsoFilterSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterSetId,

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       ipSecIpsoFilterSetOrder
       }
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterSetTable 1 }

     IpSecIpsoFilterSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIpsoFilterSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterSetId TagId,
        ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterId ReferenceId,
        ipSecIpsoFilterSetOrder IpSecOrderTC,
        ipSecIpsoFilterSetIsNegated TruthValue
   }

   ipSecIpsoFilterSetPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterSetEntry  1 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterSetId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TagId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An IPSO filter set is composed of one or more IPSO filters.
   Filters belonging to the same set have the same FilterSetId."
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterSetEntry  2 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterId OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX ReferenceId
     PIB-REFERENCES    {ipSecIpsoFilterEntry }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "A pointer to a valid instance in the ipSecIpsoFilterTable."
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterSetEntry  3 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterSetOrder OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecOrderTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer that specifies the precedence order of the filter
   identified by ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterId within a filter set. The
   filter set is identified by ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterSetId."
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterSetEntry  4 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterSetIsNegated OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TruthValue
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "If the value of this attribute is 'true', the filter pointed by
   ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterId SHALL be negated."
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterSetEntry  5 }


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   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIpsoFilterTable
   --

   ipSecIpsoFilterTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIpsoFilterEntry
     PIB-ACCESS install
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies IP Security Options (IPSO) filters. Please refer to
   [RFC1108] for details on IPSO."
     ::= { ipSecSelector  6 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIpsoFilterEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIpsoFilterPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIpsoFilterMatchConditionType,
       ipSecIpsoFilterClassificationLevel,
       ipSecIpsoFilterProtectionAuthority
       }
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterTable 1 }

     IpSecIpsoFilterEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIpsoFilterPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIpsoFilterMatchConditionType INTEGER,
        ipSecIpsoFilterClassificationLevel IpSecIpsoClassificationTC,
        ipSecIpsoFilterProtectionAuthority IpSecIpsoProtectionTC
   }

   ipSecIpsoFilterPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterEntry  1 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterMatchConditionType OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       classificationLevel(1),
       protectionAuthority(2)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the IPSO header field to be matched."
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterEntry  2 }


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   ipSecIpsoFilterClassificationLevel OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIpsoClassificationTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the value for classification level to be matched
   against. This attribute MUST be ignored if
   ipSecIpsoFilterMatchConditionType is not 1 (classificationLevel)."
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterEntry  3 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterProtectionAuthority OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIpsoProtectionTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the value for protection authority to be matched
   against. This attribute MUST be ignored if
   ipSecIpsoFilterMatchConditionType is not 2 (protectionAuthority).
   "
     ::= { ipSecIpsoFilterEntry  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.  "
     ::= { ipSecPolicyTimePeriod  1 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecRuleTimePeriodEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecRuleTimePeriodPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimePeriod,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodMonthOfYearMask,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfMonthMask,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfWeekMask,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimeOfDayMask,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodLocalOrUtcTime
       }
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable 1 }


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     IpSecRuleTimePeriodEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimePeriod TimePeriodTC,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodMonthOfYearMask MonthOfYearTC,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfMonthMask DayOfMonthTC,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfWeekMask DayOfWeekTC,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimeOfDayMask TimeOfDayTC,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodLocalOrUtcTime LocalOrUtcTimeTC
   }

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

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimePeriod OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TimePeriodTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Identifies an overall range of calendar dates and times over
   which a policy rule is valid."
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  2 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodMonthOfYearMask OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX MonthOfYearTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies months of a year during which a policy is valid."
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  3 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfMonthMask OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX DayOfMonthTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies days of a month during which a policy is valid."
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  4 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfWeekMask OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX DayOfWeekTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies days of a week during which a policy is valid."
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  5 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimeOfDayMask OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX TimeOfDayTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies a range of times in a day during which a policy is
   valid."
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodEntry  6 }

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   ipSecRuleTimePeriodLocalOrUtcTime OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX LocalOrUtcTimeTC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Indicates whether the times represented in this class 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 time period sets. The ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable can
   specify only a single time period within a day. This class enables
   the specification of multiple time periods within a day by
   grouping them into one set. "
     ::= { ipSecPolicyTimePeriod  2 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId,
       ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodId
       }
     ::= { ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable 1 }

     IpSecRuleTimePeriodSetEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId TagId,
        ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodId ReferenceId
   }

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


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

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


   --
   --
   -- The ipSecIfCapsTable
   --

   ipSecIfCapsTable OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF IpSecIfCapsEntry
     PIB-ACCESS notify
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies capabilities that may be associated with an interface
   of a specific type. The instances of this class are referenced by
   the frwkCapabilitySetCapability attribute of the
   frwkCapabilitySetTable [RFC3318]."
     ::= { ipSecIfCapability  1 }

   ipSecIfCapsEntry OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX IpSecIfCapsEntry
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies an instance of this class"
     PIB-INDEX { ipSecIfCapsPrid }
     UNIQUENESS {
       ipSecIfCapsDirection,
       ipSecIfCapsMaxIpSecActions,
       ipSecIfCapsMaxIkeActions
       }
     ::= { ipSecIfCapsTable 1 }

     IpSecIfCapsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        ipSecIfCapsPrid InstanceId,
        ipSecIfCapsDirection INTEGER,
        ipSecIfCapsMaxIpSecActions Unsigned16TC,
        ipSecIfCapsMaxIkeActions Unsigned16TC
   }

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   ipSecIfCapsPrid OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX InstanceId
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "An integer index that uniquely identifies an instance of this
   class."
     ::= { ipSecIfCapsEntry  1 }

   ipSecIfCapsDirection OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX INTEGER {
       in(1),
       out(2),
       bi-directional(3)
       }
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the direction for which this capability applies."
     ::= { ipSecIfCapsEntry  2 }

   ipSecIfCapsMaxIpSecActions OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned16TC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum number of actions an IPsec action set may
   contain. IPsec action sets are specified by the
   ipSecActionSetTable.

   A value of zero indicates that there is no maximum limit."
     ::= { ipSecIfCapsEntry  3 }

   ipSecIfCapsMaxIkeActions OBJECT-TYPE
     SYNTAX Unsigned16TC
     STATUS current
     DESCRIPTION
   "Specifies the maximum number of actions an IKE action set may
   contain. IKE action sets are specified by the
   ipSecIkeActionSetTable.

   A value of zero indicates that there is no maximum limit."
     ::= { ipSecIfCapsEntry  4 }


   --
   --
   -- Conformance Section
   --

   ipSecPolicyPibCompliances
       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformance 1 }

   ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups
       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformance 2 }

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   ipSecPolicyPibCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "        Compliance statement"
       MODULE --this module
           MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                ipSecSaGroup,
                ipSecIkeGroup,
                ipSecSelectorGroup,
                ipSecIfCapsGroup
           }

       GROUP ipSecIkeRuleGroup
           DESCRIPTION
   "This group is mandatory if any of the following is supported: 1)
   multiple IKE phase one actions (e.g., with different exchange
   modes) are associated with an IPsec rule. These actions are to be
   tried in sequence till one success; 2) IKE phase one actions that
   start automatically."

       GROUP ipSecIkeActionSetGroup
           DESCRIPTION
   "This group is mandatory if any of the following is supported: 1)
   multiple IKE phase one actions (e.g., with different exchange
   modes) are associated with an IPsec rule. These actions are to be
   tried in sequence till one success; 2) IKE phase one actions that
   start automatically."

       GROUP ipSecIpsoFilterSetGroup
           DESCRIPTION
   "This group is mandatory if IPSO filter is supported."

       GROUP ipSecIpsoFilterGroup
           DESCRIPTION
   "This group is mandatory if IPSO filter is supported."

       GROUP ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroup
           DESCRIPTION
   "This group is mandatory if policy scheduling is supported."

       GROUP ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetGroup
           DESCRIPTION
   "This group is mandatory if policy scheduling is supported."

       OBJECT ipSecRuleIpSecIpsoFilterSetId
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecRuleLimitNegotiation
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION

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   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecRuleAutoStart
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecActionSetDoActionLogging
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecActionSetDoPacketLogging
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeSeconds
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecAssociationIdleDurationSeconds
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecAssociationUseKeyExchangeGroup
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecAssociationGranularity
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecAhTransformUseReplayPrevention
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecAhTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize

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       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyRounds
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyLength
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecEspTransformUseReplayPrevention
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecEspTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecCompTransformDictionarySize
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkeAssociationMinLiftetimeSeconds
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkeAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkeAssociationIdleDurationSeconds
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkeAssociationPresharedKey
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkeAssociationVendorId
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

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       OBJECT ipSecIkeAssociationAggressiveModeGroupId
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkeAssociationLocalCredentialId
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkeAssociationDoActionLogging
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkeProposalPrfAlgorithm
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIkePeerEndpointAddress
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecIfCapsMaxIkeActions
       PIB-MIN-ACCESS not-accessible
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of this attribute is optional"

       OBJECT ipSecRuleActionExecutionStrategy
       SYNTAX INTEGER {
         doAll(1)
         }
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of doUntilSuccess(2) is not required"

       OBJECT ipSecStaticActionAction
       SYNTAX INTEGER {
         byPass(1),
         discard(2),
         preConfiguredTransport(4),
         preConfiguredTunnel(5)
         }
       DESCRIPTION
   "              Support of ikeRejection(3) is not required"

       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibCompliances 1 }

   ipSecSaGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecRulePrid,

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          ipSecRuleIfCapSetName,
          ipSecRuleRoles,
          ipSecRuleDirection,
          ipSecRuleIpSecSelectorSetId,
          ipSecRuleIpSecIpsoFilterSetId,
          ipSecRuleIpSecActionSetId,
          ipSecRuleActionExecutionStrategy,
          ipSecRuleOrder,
          ipSecRuleLimitNegotiation,
          ipSecRuleAutoStart,
          ipSecRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId,

          ipSecActionSetPrid,
          ipSecActionSetActionSetId,
          ipSecActionSetActionId,
          ipSecActionSetDoActionLogging,
          ipSecActionSetDoPacketLogging,
          ipSecActionSetOrder,

          ipSecStaticActionPrid,
          ipSecStaticActionAction,
          ipSecStaticActionTunnelEndpointId,
          ipSecStaticActionDfHandling,
          ipSecStaticActionSpi,
          ipSecStaticActionLifetimeSeconds,
          ipSecStaticActionLifetimeKilobytes,
          ipSecStaticActionSaTransformId,

          ipSecNegotiationActionPrid,
          ipSecNegotiationActionAction,
          ipSecNegotiationActionTunnelEndpointId,
          ipSecNegotiationActionDfHandling,
          ipSecNegotiationActionIpSecAssociationId,
          ipSecNegotiationActionKeyExchangeId,

          ipSecAssociationPrid,
          ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeSeconds,
          ipSecAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes,
          ipSecAssociationIdleDurationSeconds,
          ipSecAssociationUsePfs,
          ipSecAssociationUseKeyExchangeGroup,
          ipSecAssociationDhGroup,
          ipSecAssociationGranularity,
          ipSecAssociationProposalSetId,

          ipSecProposalSetPrid,
          ipSecProposalSetProposalSetId,
          ipSecProposalSetProposalId,
          ipSecProposalSetOrder,

          ipSecProposalPrid,
          ipSecProposalEspTransformSetId,
          ipSecProposalAhTransformSetId,

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          ipSecProposalCompTransformSetId,

          ipSecAhTransformSetPrid,
          ipSecAhTransformSetTransformSetId,
          ipSecAhTransformSetTransformId,
          ipSecAhTransformSetOrder,

          ipSecAhTransformPrid,
          ipSecAhTransformTransformId,
          ipSecAhTransformIntegrityKey,
          ipSecAhTransformUseReplayPrevention,
          ipSecAhTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize,
          ipSecAhTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds,
          ipSecAhTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes,

          ipSecEspTransformSetPrid,
          ipSecEspTransformSetTransformSetId,
          ipSecEspTransformSetTransformId,
          ipSecEspTransformSetOrder,

          ipSecEspTransformPrid,
          ipSecEspTransformIntegrityTransformId,
          ipSecEspTransformCipherTransformId,
          ipSecEspTransformIntegrityKey,
          ipSecEspTransformCipherKey,
          ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyRounds,
          ipSecEspTransformCipherKeyLength,
          ipSecEspTransformUseReplayPrevention,
          ipSecEspTransformReplayPreventionWindowSize,
          ipSecEspTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds,
          ipSecEspTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes,

          ipSecCompTransformSetPrid,
          ipSecCompTransformSetTransformSetId,
          ipSecCompTransformSetTransformId,
          ipSecCompTransformSetOrder,

          ipSecCompTransformPrid,
          ipSecCompTransformAlgorithm,
          ipSecCompTransformDictionarySize,
          ipSecCompTransformMaxLifetimeSeconds,
          ipSecCompTransformMaxLifetimeKilobytes
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies IPsec phase two rules"
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  1 }

   ipSecIkeGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecIkeAssociationPrid,
          ipSecIkeAssociationMinLiftetimeSeconds,
          ipSecIkeAssociationMinLifetimeKilobytes,

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          ipSecIkeAssociationIdleDurationSeconds,
          ipSecIkeAssociationExchangeMode,
          ipSecIkeAssociationUseIkeIdentityType,
          ipSecIkeAssociationUseIkeIdentityValue,
          ipSecIkeAssociationIkePeerEndpoint,
          ipSecIkeAssociationPresharedKey,
          ipSecIkeAssociationVendorId,
          ipSecIkeAssociationAggressiveModeGroupId,
          ipSecIkeAssociationLocalCredentialId,
          ipSecIkeAssociationDoActionLogging,
          ipSecIkeAssociationIkeProposalSetId,

          ipSecIkeProposalSetPrid,
          ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalSetId,
          ipSecIkeProposalSetProposalId,
          ipSecIkeProposalSetOrder,

          ipSecIkeProposalPrid,
          ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeSeconds,
          ipSecIkeProposalMaxLifetimeKilobytes,
          ipSecIkeProposalCipherAlgorithm,
          ipSecIkeProposalHashAlgorithm,
          ipSecIkeProposalAuthenticationMethod,
          ipSecIkeProposalPrfAlgorithm,
          ipSecIkeProposalIkeDhGroup,

          ipSecIkePeerEndpointPrid,
          ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityType,
          ipSecIkePeerEndpointIdentityValue,
          ipSecIkePeerEndpointIsNegated,
          ipSecIkePeerEndpointAddress,
          ipSecIkePeerEndpointCredentialSetId,

          ipSecCredentialSetPrid,
          ipSecCredentialSetSetId,
          ipSecCredentialSetCredentialId,

          ipSecCredentialPrid,
          ipSecCredentialCredentialType,
          ipSecCredentialFieldsId,
          ipSecCredentialCrlDistributionPoint,

          ipSecCredentialFieldsPrid,
          ipSecCredentialFieldsName,
          ipSecCredentialFieldsValue,
          ipSecCredentialFieldsIsNegated,
          ipSecCredentialFieldsSetId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifies IPsec phase one rules (IKEv1)"
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  2 }


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   ipSecSelectorGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecSelectorSetPrid,
          ipSecSelectorSetSelectorSetId,
          ipSecSelectorSetSelectorId,
          ipSecSelectorSetOrder,
          ipSecSelectorSetIsNegated,

          ipSecSelectorPrid,
          ipSecSelectorSrcAddressGroupId,
          ipSecSelectorSrcPortGroupId,
          ipSecSelectorDstAddressGroupId,
          ipSecSelectorDstPortGroupId,
          ipSecSelectorProtocol,
          ipSecSelectorDscp,
          ipSecSelectorFlowLabel,

          ipSecAddressPrid,
          ipSecAddressAddressType,
          ipSecAddressAddrPrefixLength,
          ipSecAddressAddrMin,
          ipSecAddressAddrMax,
          ipSecAddressGroupId,

          ipSecL4PortPrid,
          ipSecL4PortPortMin,
          ipSecL4PortPortMax,
          ipSecL4PortGroupId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This group specifeis IPsec selectors"
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  3 }

   ipSecIfCapsGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecIfCapsPrid,
          ipSecIfCapsDirection,
          ipSecIfCapsMaxIpSecActions,
          ipSecIfCapsMaxIkeActions
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "This group spedifies IPsec interface capabilities"
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  4 }

   ipSecIkeRuleGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecIkeRulePrid,
          ipSecIkeRuleIfCapSetName,
          ipSecIkeRuleRoles,
          ipSecIkeRuleIkeActionSetId,
          ipSecIkeRuleActionExecutionStrategy,

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          ipSecIkeRuleLimitNegotiation,
          ipSecIkeRuleAutoStart,
          ipSecIkeRuleIpSecRuleTimePeriodGroupId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Objects from the ipSecIkeRuleTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  5 }

   ipSecIkeActionSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecIkeActionSetPrid,
          ipSecIkeActionSetActionSetId,
          ipSecIkeActionSetActionId,
          ipSecIkeActionSetOrder
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Objects from the ipSecIkeActionSetTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  6 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecIpsoFilterSetPrid,
          ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterSetId,
          ipSecIpsoFilterSetFilterId,
          ipSecIpsoFilterSetOrder,
          ipSecIpsoFilterSetIsNegated
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Objects from the ipSecIpsoFilterSetTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  7 }

   ipSecIpsoFilterGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecIpsoFilterPrid,
          ipSecIpsoFilterMatchConditionType,
          ipSecIpsoFilterClassificationLevel,
          ipSecIpsoFilterProtectionAuthority
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Objects from the ipSecIpsoFilterTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  8 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodPrid,
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimePeriod,
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodMonthOfYearMask,
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfMonthMask,
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodDayOfWeekMask,

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          ipSecRuleTimePeriodTimeOfDayMask,
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodLocalOrUtcTime
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Objects from the ipSecRuleTimePeriodTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  9 }

   ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetGroup OBJECT-GROUP
       OBJECTS {
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetPrid,
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodSetId,
          ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetRuleTimePeriodId
          }
       STATUS current
       DESCRIPTION
   "Objects from the ipSecRuleTimePeriodSetTable."
       ::= { ipSecPolicyPibConformanceGroups  10 }

   END

6. Security Considerations

   This document defines an IPsec PIB for configuring IPsec policies on
   IPsec enabled devices. As IPsec provides security services, it is
   critical that IPsec configuration data be protected at least as
   strongly as the desired IPsec policy.

   The ipSecEspTransformTable, ipSecAhTransformTable contain
   authentication and encryption keys for static IPsec security
   associations. These two attributes are ignored for IPsec security
   associations that are dynamically established. The
   ipSecIkeAssociationTable contains an optional pre-shared key for IKE
   authentication. Malicious access of the above PRCs can compromise
   the keys. As a result, they MUST NOT be observed by third parties.

   In addition, the PRCs in this PIB may contain information that may
   be sensitive from a business perspective, in that they may represent
   a customer's service contract or the filters that the service
   provider chooses to apply to a customer's traffic. All the tables
   except the ipSecIfCapsTable have a PIB-ACCESS clause of install.
   Malicious altering of the these PRCs may affect the IPsec behavior
   of the device being provisioned. Malicious access of the above PRCs
   also exposes policy information concerning how the device is
   provisioned.

   The ipSecIfCapsTable has a PIB-ACCESS clause of notify. Malicious
   access of the this PRC exposes information concerning the device
   being provisioned.

   The authentication and integrity of configuration information is of
   utmost importance to the security of a network. Administrators
   SHOULD carefully consider the potential threat environment involving

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   PDP and PEP data exchange. At a minimum, PDP's and PEP's SHOULD
   authenticate one another and SHOULD use a transport protocol that
   supports data integrity and authentication. Administrators SHOULD
   also carefully consider the importance of confidentiality of their
   configuration information, because it may reveal private or
   confidential information about customer access, business
   relationships, keys, etc.  If these are concerns to the
   organization, then confidentiality SHOULD be used to transport the
   information. Administrators SHOULD use IPSEC or TLS between PDP and
   PEP as described in [5] and [15] to provide necessary protections.

7. RFC Editor Considerations

   Normatively references [23][24]are Internet drafts. Please use their
   corresponding RFC numbers prior to publishing of this document as a
   RFC.


8. IANA Considerations

   This document describes the ipSecPolicyPib Policy Information Base
   (PIB) module for registration under the "pib" branch registered with
   IANA. IANA has assigned PIB number <tbd> for it under the "pib"
   branch.

   IANA Considerations for SUBJECT-CATEGORIES follow the same
   requirements as specified in [RFC2748] IANA Considerations for COPS
   Client Types. The IPsec PIB defines a new COPS Client Type. The IANA
   has assigned a COPS client type XXXXX (tbd) as described in
   [RFC2748] IANA Considerations.  IANA has updated the registry
   (http://www.iana.org/assignments/cops-parameters) for COPS Client
   Types as a result.

   The authors suggest the use of "ipSec" as the name of the
   ClientType.


9. Normative 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


   3.  S. Kent, R. Atkinson, "IP Authentication Header", RFC 2402,
        November 1998.

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


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

   6.  K. Chan, D. Durham, S. Gai, S. Herzog, K. McCloghrie, F.
        Reichmeyer, J. Seligson, A. Smith, R. Yavatkar, "COPS Usage
        for Policy Provisioning", RFC 3084, March 2001.

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

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

   9.  M. Fine, K. McCloghrie, J. Seligson, K. Chan, S. Hahn, A.
        Smith, F. Reichmeyer "Framework Policy Information Base",
        RFC 3318, March 2003.

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

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

   12.  J. Jason, L. Rafalow, E. Vyncke  "IPsec Configuration Policy
        Model", RFC 3585, August 2003.

   13.  A. Westerinen, et al "Terminology for Policy-Based
        Management", RFC 3198, November 2001.

   14.  K. McCloghrie, M. Fine, J. Seligson, K. Chan, S. Chan, A.
        Smith, F. Reichmeyer, "Structure of Policy Provisioning
        Information", RFC 3159, August 2001.

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

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

   17.  F. Baker, K. Chan, A. Smith, "Management Information Base for
        the Differentiated Services Architecture", RFC 3289, May 2002.

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

   19.  D. Harrington, R. Presuhn, B. Wijnen, "An Architecture for
        Describing Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management
        Frameworks", RFC 3411, December 2002.

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   20.  B. Wijnen, "Textual Conventions for Ipv6 Flow Label", RFC 3595,
        September 2003.

   21.  S. Kent, "U.S. Department of Defense Security Options for the
        Internet Protocol", RFC 1108, November 1991.

   22.  B. Moore, E. Ellesson, J. Strassner, A. Westerinen, "Policy
        Core Information Model -- Version 1 Specification", RFC 3060,
        February 2001.

   23.  M. Baer, R. Charlet, W. Hardaker, R. Story, C. Wang, "IPsec
        Security Policy IPsec Action MIB", draft-ietf-ipsp-ipsecaction-
        mib-00.txt, January 2004.

   24.  M. Baer, R. Charlet, W. Hardaker, R. Story, C. Wang, " IPsec
        Security Policy IKE Action MIB", draft-ietf-ipsp-ikeaction-mib-
        00.txt, January 2004.


10. Informative References

   25. J. Walker, A. Kulkarni, "COPS Over TLS", draft-ietf-rap-cops-
   tls-04.txt, June 2002.

11. 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

   Avri Doria
   ETRI
   161 Gajeong-dong, Yuseong-gu
   Deajeon 305-350 Korea
   Email: avri@acm.org

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

   Cliff Wang
   SmartPipes Inc.

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   Suite 300, 565 Metro Place South
   Dublin, OH 43017
   Phone: +1 614 923 6241
   Email: CWang@smartpipes.com

   Markus Stenberg
   SSH Communications Security Corp.
   Fredrikinkatu 42
   FIN-00100 Helsinki, Finland
   Phone: +358 20 500 7466
   Email: fingon@iki.fi

12. IPR Disclosure Acknowledgement

   By submitting this Internet-Draft, I certify that any applicable
   patent or other IPR claims of which I am aware have been disclosed,
   and any of which I become aware will be disclosed, in according with
   RFC 2668.

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