CISCOVTPMIB

Children

class ydk.models.cisco_ios_xe.CISCO_VTP_MIB.CISCOVTPMIB

Bases: Entity

Class Hierarchy : CISCOVTPMIB

This class represents state data.

vtpstatus

type: VtpStatus

config: False

internalvlaninfo

type: InternalVlanInfo

config: False

vlantrunkports

type: VlanTrunkPorts

config: False

vlanstatistics

type: VlanStatistics

config: False

managementdomaintable

The table containing information on the management domains in which the local system is participating. Devices which support only one management domain will support just one row in this table, and will not let it be deleted nor let other rows be created. Devices which support multiple management domains will allow rows to be created and deleted, but will not allow the last row to be deleted. If the device does not support VTP, the table is read-only

type: ManagementDomainTable

config: False

vtpvlantable

This table contains information on the VLANs which currently exist

type: VtpVlanTable

config: False

vtpinternalvlantable

A vtpInternalVlanTable entry contains information on an existing internal VLAN. It is internally created by the device for a specific application program and hence owned by the application. It cannot be modified or deleted by (local or network) management

type: VtpInternalVlanTable

config: False

vtpvlanedittable

The table which contains the information in the Edit Buffers, one Edit Buffer per management domain. The information for a particular management domain is initialized, by a ‘copy’ operation, to be the current global VLAN information for that management domain. After initialization, editing can be performed to add VLANs, delete VLANs, or modify their global parameters. The information as modified through editing is local to this Edit Buffer. An apply operation using the vtpVlanEditOperation object is necessary to instanciate the modified information as the new global VLAN information for that management domain. To use the Edit Buffer, a manager acts as follows: 1. ensures the Edit Buffer for a management domain is empty, i.e., there are no rows in this table for this management domain. 2. issues a SNMP set operation which sets vtpVlanEditOperation to ‘copy’, and vtpVlanEditBufferOwner to its own identifier (e.g., its own IP address). 3. if this set operation is successful, proceeds to edit the information in the vtpVlanEditTable. 4. if and when the edited information is to be instantiated, issues a SNMP set operation which sets vtpVlanEditOperation to ‘apply’. 5. issues retrieval requests to obtain the value of vtpVlanApplyStatus, until the result of the apply is determined. 6. releases the Edit Buffer by issuing a SNMP set operation which sets vtpVlanEditOperation to ‘release’. Note that the information contained in this table is not saved across agent reboots

type: VtpVlanEditTable

config: False

vtpvlanlocalshutdowntable

Ths table contains the VLAN local shutdown information within management domain

type: VtpVlanLocalShutdownTable

config: False

vlantrunkporttable

The table containing information on the local system’s VLAN trunk ports

type: VlanTrunkPortTable

config: False

vtpdiscovertable

This table contains information related to the discovery of the VTP members in the designated management domain. This table is not instantiated when managementDomainVersionInUse is version1(1), version2(3) or none(3)

type: VtpDiscoverTable

config: False

vtpdiscoverresulttable

The table containing information of discovered VTP members in the management domain in which the local system is participating. This table is not instantiated when managementDomainVersionInUse is version1(1), version2(2) or none(3)

type: VtpDiscoverResultTable

config: False

vtpdatabasetable

This table contains information of the VTP databases. It is not instantiated when managementDomainVersionInUse is version1(1), version2(3) or none(3)

type: VtpDatabaseTable

config: False

vtpauthenticationtable

The table contains the authentication information of VTP in which the local system participates. The security mechanism of VTP relies on a secret key that is used to alter the MD5 digest of the packets transmitted on the wire. The secret value is created from a password that may be saved in plain text in the configuration or hidden from the configuration. The device creating or modifying the VTP configuration signs it using the MD5 digest generated from the secret key before advertising it. Other devices in the domain receive this configuration use the same secret key to accept it if correctly signed or drop it otherwise. The user has the option to hide the password from the configuration. Once the password is hidden, the secret key generated from the password is shown in the configuration instead, and there is no other way to show the password in plain text again but clearing it or resetting it. In an un-trusted area, the password on a device can be configured without being unveiled. After that, it has to be provided again by setting the same value to vtpDatabaseTakeOverPassword if the user wants to take over the whole VTP management domain of the database type. When managementDomainVersionInUse is version3(4), the authentication mechanism is common to all VTP database type

type: VtpAuthenticationTable

config: False