Subclass of CIM_ServiceAccessPoint
A communication point from which data can be sent or received. ProtocolEndpoints link system or computer interfaces to LogicalNetworks.
The date or time when the EnabledState of the element last changed. If the state of the element has not changed and this property is populated, then it must be set to a 0 interval value. If a state change was requested, but rejected or not yet processed, the property must not be updated.
The Description property provides a textual description of the object.
NameFormat contains the naming heuristic that is selected to ensure that the value of the Name property is unique. For example, you might choose to prepend the name of the port or interface with the Type of ProtocolEndpoint (for example, IPv4) of this instance followed by an underscore.
A string that identifies this ProtocolEndpoint with either a port or an interface on a device. To ensure uniqueness, the Name property should be prepended or appended with information from the Type or OtherTypeDescription properties. The method selected is described in the NameFormat property of this class.
ProtocolIFType is an enumeration that is synchronized with the IANA ifType MIB. The ifType MIB is maintained at the URL, http://www.iana.org/assignments/ianaiftype-mib. Also, additional values defined by the DMTF are included. The property is used to categorize and classify instances of the ProtocolEndpoint class. Note that if the ProtocolIFType is set to 1 (Other), then the type information should be provided in the OtherTypeDescription string property.
ValueMap Values 0 Unknown 1 Other 2 Regular 1822 3 HDH 1822 4 DDN X.25 5 RFC877 X.25 6 Ethernet CSMA/CD 7 ISO 802.3 CSMA/CD 8 ISO 802.4 Token Bus 9 ISO 802.5 Token Ring 10 ISO 802.6 MAN 11 StarLAN 12 Proteon 10Mbit 13 Proteon 80Mbit 14 HyperChannel 15 FDDI 16 LAP-B 17 SDLC 18 DS1 19 E1 20 Basic ISDN 21 Primary ISDN 22 Proprietary Point-to-Point Serial 23 PPP 24 Software Loopback 25 EON 26 Ethernet 3Mbit 27 NSIP 28 SLIP 29 Ultra 30 DS3 31 SIP 32 Frame Relay 33 RS-232 34 Parallel 35 ARCNet 36 ARCNet Plus 37 ATM 38 MIO X.25 39 SONET 40 X.25 PLE 41 ISO 802.211c 42 LocalTalk 43 SMDS DXI 44 Frame Relay Service 45 V.35 46 HSSI 47 HIPPI 48 Modem 49 AAL5 50 SONET Path 51 SONET VT 52 SMDS ICIP 53 Proprietary Virtual/Internal 54 Proprietary Multiplexor 55 IEEE 802.12 56 Fibre Channel 57 HIPPI Interface 58 Frame Relay Interconnect 59 ATM Emulated LAN for 802.3 60 ATM Emulated LAN for 802.5 61 ATM Emulated Circuit 62 Fast Ethernet (100BaseT) 63 ISDN 64 V.11 65 V.36 66 G703 at 64K 67 G703 at 2Mb 68 QLLC 69 Fast Ethernet 100BaseFX 70 Channel 71 IEEE 802.11 72 IBM 260/370 OEMI Channel 73 ESCON 74 Data Link Switching 75 ISDN S/T Interface 76 ISDN U Interface 77 LAP-D 78 IP Switch 79 Remote Source Route Bridging 80 ATM Logical 81 DS0 82 DS0 Bundle 83 BSC 84 Async 85 Combat Net Radio 86 ISO 802.5r DTR 87 Ext Pos Loc Report System 88 AppleTalk Remote Access Protocol 89 Proprietary Connectionless 90 ITU X.29 Host PAD 91 ITU X.3 Terminal PAD 92 Frame Relay MPI 93 ITU X.213 94 ADSL 95 RADSL 96 SDSL 97 VDSL 98 ISO 802.5 CRFP 99 Myrinet 100 Voice Receive and Transmit 101 Voice Foreign Exchange Office 102 Voice Foreign Exchange Service 103 Voice Encapsulation 104 Voice over IP 105 ATM DXI 106 ATM FUNI 107 ATM IMA 108 PPP Multilink Bundle 109 IP over CDLC 110 IP over CLAW 111 Stack to Stack 112 Virtual IP Address 113 MPC 114 IP over ATM 115 ISO 802.5j Fibre Token Ring 116 TDLC 117 Gigabit Ethernet 118 HDLC 119 LAP-F 120 V.37 121 X.25 MLP 122 X.25 Hunt Group 123 Transp HDLC 124 Interleave Channel 125 FAST Channel 126 IP (for APPN HPR in IP Networks) 127 CATV MAC Layer 128 CATV Downstream 129 CATV Upstream 130 Avalon 12MPP Switch 131 Tunnel 132 Coffee 133 Circuit Emulation Service 134 ATM SubInterface 135 Layer 2 VLAN using 802.1Q 136 Layer 3 VLAN using IP 137 Layer 3 VLAN using IPX 138 Digital Power Line 139 Multimedia Mail over IP 140 DTM 141 DCN 142 IP Forwarding 143 MSDSL 144 IEEE 1394 145 IF-GSN/HIPPI-6400 146 DVB-RCC MAC Layer 147 DVB-RCC Downstream 148 DVB-RCC Upstream 149 ATM Virtual 150 MPLS Tunnel 151 SRP 152 Voice over ATM 153 Voice over Frame Relay 154 ISDL 155 Composite Link 156 SS7 Signaling Link 157 Proprietary P2P Wireless 158 Frame Forward 159 RFC1483 Multiprotocol over ATM 160 USB 161 IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregate 162 BGP Policy Accounting 163 FRF .16 Multilink FR 164 H.323 Gatekeeper 165 H.323 Proxy 166 MPLS 167 Multi-Frequency Signaling Link 168 HDSL-2 169 S-HDSL 170 DS1 Facility Data Link 171 Packet over SONET/SDH 172 DVB-ASI Input 173 DVB-ASI Output 174 Power Line 175 Non Facility Associated Signaling 176 TR008 177 GR303 RDT 178 GR303 IDT 179 ISUP 180 Proprietary Wireless MAC Layer 181 Proprietary Wireless Downstream 182 Proprietary Wireless Upstream 183 HIPERLAN Type 2 184 Proprietary Broadband Wireless Access Point to Mulipoint 185 SONET Overhead Channel 186 Digital Wrapper Overhead Channel 187 ATM Adaptation Layer 2 188 Radio MAC 189 ATM Radio 190 Inter Machine Trunk 191 MVL DSL 192 Long Read DSL 193 Frame Relay DLCI Endpoint 194 ATM VCI Endpoint 195 Optical Channel 196 Optical Transport 197 Proprietary ATM 198 Voice over Cable 199 Infiniband 200 TE Link 201 Q.2931 202 Virtual Trunk Group 203 SIP Trunk Group 204 SIP Signaling 205 CATV Upstream Channel 206 Econet 207 FSAN 155Mb PON 208 FSAN 622Mb PON 209 Transparent Bridge 210 Line Group 211 Voice E&M Feature Group 212 Voice FGD EANA 213 Voice DID 214 MPEG Transport 215 6To4 216 GTP 217 Paradyne EtherLoop 1 218 Paradyne EtherLoop 2 219 Optical Channel Group 220 HomePNA 221 GFP 222 ciscoISLvlan 223 actelisMetaLOOP 224 Fcip 225..4095 IANA Reserved 4096 IPv4 4097 IPv6 4098 IPv4/v6 4099 IPX 4100 DECnet 4101 SNA 4102 CONP 4103 CLNP 4104 VINES 4105 XNS 4106 ISDN B Channel Endpoint 4107 ISDN D Channel Endpoint 4108 BGP 4109 OSPF 4110 UDP 4111 TCP 4112 802.11a 4113 802.11b 4114 802.11g 4115 802.11h 4200 NFS 4201 CIFS 4202 DAFS 4203 WebDAV 4204 HTTP 4205 FTP 4300 NDMP 4400 Telnet 4401 SSH 4402 SM CLP 4403 SMTP 4404 LDAP 4405 RDP 4406 HTTPS DMTF Reserved 32768.. Vendor Reserved
EnabledState is an integer enumeration that indicates the enabled and disabled states of an element. It can also indicate the transitions between these requested states. For example, shutting down (value=4) and starting (value=10) are transient states between enabled and disabled. The following text briefly summarizes the various enabled and disabled states:
Enabled (2) indicates that the element is or could be executing commands, will process any queued commands, and queues new requests.
Disabled (3) indicates that the element will not execute commands and will drop any new requests.
Shutting Down (4) indicates that the element is in the process of going to a Disabled state.
Not Applicable (5) indicates the element does not support being enabled or disabled.
Enabled but Offline (6) indicates that the element might be completing commands, and will drop any new requests.
Test (7) indicates that the element is in a test state.
Deferred (8) indicates that the element might be completing commands, but will queue any new requests.
Quiesce (9) indicates that the element is enabled but in a restricted mode.
Starting (10) indicates that the element is in the process of going to an Enabled state. New requests are queued.
ValueMap Values 0 Unknown 1 Other 2 Enabled 3 Disabled 4 Shutting Down 5 Not Applicable 6 Enabled but Offline 7 In Test 8 Deferred 9 Quiesce 10 Starting 11..32767 DMTF Reserved 32768..65535 Vendor Reserved
A string that describes the type of ProtocolEndpoint when the Type property of this class (or any of its subclasses) is set to 1 (Other). This property should be set to null when the Type property is any value other than 1.
A boolean indicating whether the instrumentation supports the BroadcastReset method.
Note: This property is deprecated in lieu of the ProtocolIFType enumeration. This deprecation was done to have better alignment between the IF-MIB of the IETF and this CIM class.
Deprecated description: ProtocolType is an enumeration that provides information to categorize and classify different instances of this class. For most instances, information in this enumeration and the definition of the subclass overlap. However, there are several cases where a specific subclass of ProtocolEndpoint is not required (for example, there is no Fibre Channel subclass of ProtocolEndpoint). Therefore, this property is needed to define the type of Endpoint.
ValueMap Values 0 Unknown 1 Other 2 IPv4 3 IPv6 4 IPX 5 AppleTalk 6 DECnet 7 SNA 8 CONP 9 CLNP 10 VINES 11 XNS 12 ATM 13 Frame Relay 14 Ethernet 15 TokenRing 16 FDDI 17 Infiniband 18 Fibre Channel 19 ISDN BRI Endpoint 20 ISDN B Channel Endpoint 21 ISDN D Channel Endpoint 22 IPv4/v6 23 BGP 24 OSPF 25 MPLS 26 UDP 27 TCP
Indicates the current statuses of the element. Various operational statuses are defined. Many of the enumeration’s values are self-explanatory. However, a few are not and are described here in more detail.
“Stressed” indicates that the element is functioning, but needs attention. Examples of “Stressed” states are overload, overheated, and so on.
“Predictive Failure” indicates that an element is functioning nominally but predicting a failure in the near future.
“In Service” describes an element being configured, maintained, cleaned, or otherwise administered.
“No Contact” indicates that the monitoring system has knowledge of this element, but has never been able to establish communications with it.
“Lost Communication” indicates that the ManagedSystem Element is known to exist and has been contacted successfully in the past, but is currently unreachable.
“Stopped” and “Aborted” are similar, although the former implies a clean and orderly stop, while the latter implies an abrupt stop where the state and configuration of the element might need to be updated.
“Dormant” indicates that the element is inactive or quiesced.
“Supporting Entity in Error” indicates that this element might be “OK” but that another element, on which it is dependent, is in error. An example is a network service or endpoint that cannot function due to lower-layer networking problems.
“Completed” indicates that the element has completed its operation. This value should be combined with either OK, Error, or Degraded so that a client can tell if the complete operation Completed with OK (passed), Completed with Error (failed), or Completed with Degraded (the operation finished, but it did not complete OK or did not report an error).
“Power Mode” indicates that the element has additional power model information contained in the Associated PowerManagementService association.
“Relocating” indicates the element is being relocated.
OperationalStatus replaces the Status property on ManagedSystemElement to provide a consistent approach to enumerations, to address implementation needs for an array property, and to provide a migration path from today’s environment to the future. This change was not made earlier because it required the deprecated qualifier. Due to the widespread use of the existing Status property in management applications, it is strongly recommended that providers or instrumentation provide both the Status and OperationalStatus properties. Further, the first value of OperationalStatus should contain the primary status for the element. When instrumented, Status (because it is single-valued) should also provide the primary status of the element.
ValueMap Values 0 Unknown 1 Other 2 OK 3 Degraded 4 Stressed 5 Predictive Failure 6 Error 7 Non-Recoverable Error 8 Starting 9 Stopping 10 Stopped 11 In Service 12 No Contact 13 Lost Communication 14 Aborted 15 Dormant 16 Supporting Entity in Error 17 Completed 18 Power Mode 19 Relocating DMTF Reserved 0x8000.. Vendor Reserved
uint32 BroadcastReset ()
Send a broadcast reset. A broadcast reset is a request that peers perform a reset. Examples include a parallel SCSI Bus Reset and a Fibre Channel LIP.
ValueMap Values 0 Success 1 Not_Supported 2 Unspecified Error 3 Timeout 4 Failed 5..0x0FFF DMTF_Reserved 0x1000..0x7777 Method_Reserved 0x8000.. Vendor_Reserved