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SNMP tables are cached for 30 seconds before new data is collected.

How to Access MIBs

MIBS can be accessed through any MIB Browser (i.e. iReasoning). The MIB Browser enables you to view the MIBS from any device (such as the ).

The following example displays the MIB tree for the  Global Call Counters (uxGlobalCallCounters).

MIBs Supported

In addition to the standard MIBs, the  system supports the following MIBs.

  1. Sonus  Objects MIB - This MIB file contains the following  details:

2. Sonus  Call Statistics MIB - This MIB file contains the following  data:

 3. Sonus  Traps MIB - This MIB file lists the Sonus  traps sent to the managers.

Standard MIB Support

Sonus SBC 1000/2000 also extends the standard interface table MIB to include partial support for the following:

IF MIB

The  supports the IF MIB as described here:

The ifIndex attribute inthe ifTable is interpreted as follows:

BitDescription
0-9Channel number
10-15Port number
16-17Reserved
18-21Card number
22-25Shelf number
26-29Unused
300 = Kernel, 1 = User. All Ethernet interfaces are 0 and DS1 are 1.
31No Used, always 0.

The kernel assigns ifIndex sequentially based on the order the interfaces are brought up.

DS0 MIB

The  supports partial DS0 MIB support through the dsx0Configtable table. The DS0 MIB is based on RFC 2494.

DS1 MIB

The  provides partial support for the DS1 MIB. The DS1 MIB is based on RFC 4805.

Host Resources MIB

The  provides partial support for the Host Resources MIB. The Host Resources MIB is based on RFC 2790.

MIB File Downloads

The latest MIBs are available from the Ribbon Support Portal in the Software Downloads directory. Refer to Ribbon Support Portal - Download Center.