AddressFamilyNumbers

class ydk.models.cisco_ios_xe.IANA_ADDRESS_FAMILY_NUMBERS_MIB.AddressFamilyNumbers

AddressFamilyNumbers (Enum Class)

The definition of this textual convention with the

addition of newly assigned values is published

periodically by the IANA, in either the Assigned

Numbers RFC, or some derivative of it specific to

Internet Network Management number assignments.

(The latest arrangements can be obtained by

contacting the IANA.)

The enumerations are described as:

other(0), – none of the following

ipV4(1), – IP Version 4

ipV6(2), – IP Version 6

nsap(3), – NSAP

hdlc(4), – (8-bit multidrop)

bbn1822(5),

all802(6), – (includes all 802 media

– plus Ethernet ‘canonical format’)

e163(7),

e164(8), – (SMDS, Frame Relay, ATM)

f69(9), – (Telex)

x121(10), – (X.25, Frame Relay)

ipx(11), – IPX (Internet Protocol Exchange)

appletalk(12), – Apple Talk

decnetIV(13), – DEC Net Phase IV

banyanVines(14), – Banyan Vines

e164withNsap(15),

– (E.164 with NSAP format subaddress)

dns(16), – (Domain Name System)

distinguishedname(17), – (Distinguished Name, per X.500)

asnumber(18), – (16-bit quantity, per the AS number space)

reserved(65535)

Requests for new values should be made to IANA via

email (iana@iana.org).

other = 0
ipV4 = 1
ipV6 = 2
nsap = 3
hdlc = 4
bbn1822 = 5
all802 = 6
e163 = 7
e164 = 8
f69 = 9
x121 = 10
ipx = 11
appletalk = 12
decnetIV = 13
banyanVines = 14
e164withNsap = 15
dns = 16
distinguishedname = 17
asnumber = 18
xtpoveripv4 = 19
xtpoveripv6 = 20
xtpnativemodextp = 21
reserved = 65535