Configuration management MIB.
The MIB represents a model of configuration data that exists in various locations:
running in use by the running system terminal saved to whatever is attached as the terminal local saved locally in NVRAM or flash remote saved to some server on the network
Although some of the system functions that relate here can be used for general file storage and transfer, this MIB intends to include only such operations as clearly relate to configuration. Its primary emphasis is to track changes and saves of the running configuration.
As saved data moves further from startup use, such as into different local flash files or onto the network, tracking becomes difficult to impossible, so the MIB’s interest and functions are confined in that area.
Information from ccmCLIHistoryCommandTable can be used to track the exact configuration changes that took place within a particular Configuration History event. NMS’ can use this information to update the related components. For example:
If commands related only to MPLS are entered then the NMS need to update only the MPLS related management information rather than updating all of its management information. Acronyms and terms:
CLI Command Line Interface.