CTap2MediationEntry

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class CISCOTAP2MIB.CTap2MediationTable.CTap2MediationEntry

Bases: Entity

Class Hierarchy : CISCOTAP2MIB CTap2MediationTable CTap2MediationEntry

This class represents state data.

The entry describes a single session maintained with an

application on a Mediation Device.

ctap2mediationcontentid(key)

cTap2MediationContentId is a session identifier, from the intercept application’s perspective, and a content identifier from the Mediation Device’s perspective. The Mediation Device is responsible for making sure these are unique, although the SNMP RowStatus row creation process will help by not allowing it to create conflicting entries. Before creating a new entry, a value for this variable may be obtained by reading cTap2MediationNewIndex to reduce the probability of a value collision

type: int

range: 1..2147483647

config: False

ctap2mediationdestaddresstype

The type of cTap2MediationDestAddress

type: InetAddressType

config: False

ctap2mediationdestaddress

The IP Address of the Mediation Device’s network interface to which to direct intercepted traffic

type: str

length: 0..255

config: False

ctap2mediationdestport

The port number on the Mediation Device’s network interface to which to direct intercepted traffic

type: int

range: 0..65535

config: False

ctap2mediationsrcinterface

The interface on the intercepting device from which to transmit intercepted data. If zero, any interface may be used according to normal IP practice

type: int

range: 0..2147483647

config: False

ctap2mediationrtcpport

The port number on the intercepting device to which the Mediation Devices directs RTCP Receiver Reports and Nacks. This object is only relevant when the value of cTap2MediationTransport is ‘rtpNack’. This port is assigned by the intercepting device, rather than by the Mediation Device or manager application. The value of this MIB object has no effect before activating the cTap2MediationEntry

type: int

range: 0..65535

config: False

ctap2mediationdscp

The Differentiated Services Code Point the intercepting device applies to the IP packets encapsulating the intercepted traffic

type: int

range: 0..63

config: False

ctap2mediationdatatype

If RTP with Ack/Nack resilience is selected as a transport, the mediation process requires an RTP payload type for data transmissions, and a second RTP payload type for retransmissions. This is the RTP payload type for transmissions. This object is only effective when the value of cTap2MediationTransport is ‘rtpNack’

type: int

range: 0..127

config: False

ctap2mediationretransmittype

If RTP with Ack/Nack resilience is selected as a transport, the mediation process requires an RTP payload type for data transmissions, and a second RTP payload type for retransmissions. This is the RTP payload type for retransmissions. This object is only effective when the value of cTap2MediationTransport is ‘rtpNack’

type: int

range: 0..127

config: False

ctap2mediationtimeout

The time at which this row and all related Stream Table rows should be automatically removed, and the intercept function cease. Since the initiating network manager may be the only device able to manage a specific intercept or know of its existence, this acts as a fail-safe for the failure or removal of the network manager. The object is only effective when the value of cTap2MediationStatus is ‘active’

type: str

config: False

ctap2mediationtransport

The protocol used in transferring intercepted data to the Mediation Device. The following protocols may be supported: udp: PacketCable udp format rtpNack: RTP with Nack resilience tcp: TCP with head of line blocking sctp: SCTP with head of line blocking rtp: Realtime Transport Protocol(RTP) packet format radius: Use Radius, PacketCable1.5 Event Message to transport the intercepted information

type: CTap2MediationTransport

config: False

ctap2mediationnotificationenable

This variable controls the generation of any notifications or informs by the MIB agent for this table entry

type: bool

config: False

ctap2mediationstatus

The status of this conceptual row. This object is used to manage creation, modification and deletion of rows in this table. cTap2MediationTimeout may be modified at any time (even while the row is active). But when the row is active, the other writable objects may not be modified without setting its value to ‘notInService’. The entry may not be deleted or deactivated by setting its value to ‘destroy’ or ‘notInService’ if there is any associated entry in cTap2StreamTable

type: RowStatus

config: False

ctap2mediationradiuskey

Radius Authentication Key is the shared secret key between radius client and server

type: str

length: 0..64

config: False