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The MIB module for monitoring communications and status of AAA Server operation

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type CISCOAAASERVERMIB

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB struct {
	EntityData types.CommonEntityData
	YFilter    yfilter.YFilter

	CasConfig CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfig

	// This table shows current configurations for each AAA server, allows
	// existing servers to	be removed and new ones to be created.
	CasConfigTable CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable
}

CISCOAAASERVERMIB

func (*CISCOAAASERVERMIB) GetEntityData

func (cISCOAAASERVERMIB *CISCOAAASERVERMIB) GetEntityData() *types.CommonEntityData

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfig

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfig struct {
	EntityData types.CommonEntityData
	YFilter    yfilter.YFilter

	// This variable controls the	generation of casServerStateChange notification.
	// When this variable	is true(1), generation of casServerStateChange
	// notifications	is enabled. When this variable	is false(2), generation	of
	// casServerStateChange notifications	is disabled.  The default value is
	// false(2). The type is bool.
	CasServerStateChangeEnable interface{}
}

CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfig

func (*CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfig) GetEntityData

func (casConfig *CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfig) GetEntityData() *types.CommonEntityData

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable struct {
	EntityData types.CommonEntityData
	YFilter    yfilter.YFilter

	// An	AAA server configuration identified by its protocol and its index.
	// An	entry is created/removed when a	server is defined or	undefined with IOS
	// configuration commands via CLI or by issuing appropriate sets	to this	table
	// using snmp.  A management station wishing to create an entry should first
	// generate a random number to be used as the index to	this sparse table.
	// The	station	should then create the associated	instance of the	row status
	// and row index objects. It	must also, either in the same or in successive
	// PDUs, create an instance	of casAddress where casAddress is the
	// IP	address	of the server to be added.  It	should also modify the default
	// values for casAuthenPort, casAcctPort if the	defaults are not appropriate.
	// If	casKey is a zero-length	string or is not explicitly set, then the global
	// key will be used.	Otherwise, this	value is	used as	the key	for this
	// server	instance.  Once the appropriate instance of all the configuration
	// objects have been created,	either by an explicit SNMP set request or	by
	// default, the	row status should be set to active(1) to initiate the request.
	// After the AAA server is made active, the entry can	not be modified -	the
	// only allowed operation after this is to destroy the entry by setting
	// casConfigRowStatus to	destroy(6).  casPriority is automatically assigned
	// once	the entry is made active and reflects the relative priority of the
	// defined server with respect to already configured servers. Newly-created
	// servers will	be assigned the	lowest priority. To	reassign server	priorities
	// to existing server entries, it	may be necessary to destroy and	recreate
	// entries in order of	priority.  Entries in	this table
	// with	casConfigRowStatus equal to active(1) remain in the table until
	// destroyed.  Entries in	this table with	casConfigRowStatus equal to values
	// other than active(1) will be destroyed after timeout (5	minutes).  If	a
	// server address being created via SNMP	exists already in	another	active
	// casConfigEntry, then a newly created row can not be	made active until the
	// original row with	the with the same server address value	is destroyed.
	// Upon reload, casIndex values may be changed, but the priorities	that were
	// saved	before reload will be retained, with lowest priority number
	// corresponding to the higher priority servers. The type is slice of
	// CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry.
	CasConfigEntry []*CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry
}

CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable This table shows current configurations for each AAA server, allows existing servers to be removed and new ones to be created.

func (*CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable) GetEntityData

func (casConfigTable *CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable) GetEntityData() *types.CommonEntityData

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry struct {
	EntityData types.CommonEntityData
	YFilter    yfilter.YFilter
	YListKey   string

	// This attribute is a key. The variable denotes the protocol used by the
	// managed device with the AAA server corresponding to  this entry in the
	// table. The type is CiscoAAAProtocol.
	CasProtocol interface{}

	// This attribute is a key. A management station wishing to initiate a	new
	// AAA	server configuration should use a	random value for this object when
	// creating an instance of casConfigEntry.  The RowStatus semantics of	the
	// casConfigRowStatus object will prevent access conflicts.  If	the randomly
	// chosen casIndex value for row creation is	already	in use by an existing
	// entry, snmp set to the casIndex value will fail. The type is interface{}
	// with range: 1..4294967295.
	CasIndex interface{}

	// The IP address of the server. The type is string with pattern:
	// (([0-9]|[1-9][0-9]|1[0-9][0-9]|2[0-4][0-9]|25[0-5])\.){3}([0-9]|[1-9][0-9]|1[0-9][0-9]|2[0-4][0-9]|25[0-5])(%[\p{N}\p{L}]+)?.
	CasAddress interface{}

	// UDP/TCP port used for authentication in the configuration  For TACACS+,
	// this object should be	explictly set.  Default value is the IOS default for
	// radius: 1645. The type is interface{} with range: 0..65535.
	CasAuthenPort interface{}

	// UDP/TCP port used for accounting service in the configuration  For TACACS+,
	// the value of casAcctPort is ignored. casAuthenPort will	be used	instead.
	// Default value is the IOS default for radius: 1646. The type is interface{}
	// with range: 0..65535.
	CasAcctPort interface{}

	// The server key	to be used with	this server.  Retrieving the	value of this
	// object via SNMP will return	an empty string	for security reasons. The type
	// is string.
	CasKey interface{}

	// A number that indicates the priority of the server	in this entry.
	// Lower	numbers	indicate higher	priority. The type is interface{} with range:
	// 1..4294967295.
	CasPriority interface{}

	// The status of this table entry.  Once the entry status	is set
	// to	active,	the associated entry cannot be modified except	destroyed by
	// setting this object to destroy(6). The type is RowStatus.
	CasConfigRowStatus interface{}

	// The number	of authentication requests sent	to this server since it is made
	// active.  Retransmissions due to request timeouts are counted as	distinct
	// requests. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthenRequests interface{}

	// The number	of authentication requests which have timed out since it	is
	// made	active.  A timeout results in a retransmission of the request If	the
	// maximum number of attempts has been	reached,
	// no	further	retransmissions	will be	attempted. The type is interface{} with
	// range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthenRequestTimeouts interface{}

	// The number	of unexpected authentication responses received from this server
	// since it is made active.  An	example	is a delayed response to a request
	// which had already timed out. The type is interface{} with range:
	// 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthenUnexpectedResponses interface{}

	// The number	of server ERROR	authentication responses received from
	// this	server since it	is made	active.  These are responses indicating that
	// the server itself has identified an error with its authentication
	// operation. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthenServerErrorResponses interface{}

	// The number	of authentication responses which could	not be	processed
	// since	it is made active.  Reasons include inability to decrypt the
	// response, invalid fields, or	the response is	not valid based	on the
	// request. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthenIncorrectResponses interface{}

	// Average response time for authentication requests sent to	this server,
	// excluding timeouts, since system re-initialization. The type is interface{}
	// with range: 0..2147483647.
	CasAuthenResponseTime interface{}

	// The number	of authentication transactions with this server which succeeded
	// since it is	made active.  A transaction may include multiple	request
	// retransmissions if	timeouts occur.  A transaction is successful if
	// the	server responds with either an authentication pass	or fail. The type is
	// interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthenTransactionSuccesses interface{}

	// The number	of authentication transactions with this server which failed
	// since it is made active.  A transaction may include multiple	request
	// retransmissions if	timeouts occur.  A transaction failure occurs if maximum
	// resends have been met or the server aborts the transaction. The type is
	// interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthenTransactionFailures interface{}

	// The number	of authorization requests sent to this server since it is made
	// active.  Retransmissions due to request timeouts are counted as	distinct
	// requests.  This object is not	instantiated for protocols which do not
	// support a distinct authorization function. The type is interface{} with
	// range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthorRequests interface{}

	// The number	of authorization requests which	have timed out since it	is
	// made	active.  A timeout results in a retransmission of the request If	the
	// maximum number of attempts has been	reached,
	// no	further	retransmissions	will be	attempted.  This object is
	// not	instantiated for protocols which do not support a distinct
	// authorization function. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthorRequestTimeouts interface{}

	// The number	of unexpected authorization responses received from this server
	// since it is made active.  An	example	is a delayed response to a request
	// which had already timed out.  This object is not	instantiated for protocols
	// which do not support a distinct authorization function. The type is
	// interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthorUnexpectedResponses interface{}

	// The number	of server ERROR	authorization responses received from
	// this	server since it	is made	active.  These are responses indicating that
	// the server itself has identified an error with its authorization operation.
	// This object is not	instantiated for protocols which do not support a
	// distinct authorization function. The type is interface{} with range:
	// 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthorServerErrorResponses interface{}

	// The number	of authorization responses which could not be	processed since	it
	// is made active.  Reasons include inability to decrypt the response, invalid
	// fields, or	the response is	not valid based	on the request.  This object is
	// not	instantiated for protocols which do not support a distinct
	// authorization function. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthorIncorrectResponses interface{}

	// Average response time for authorization requests sent to	this server,
	// excluding timeouts, since system re-initialization.  This object is
	// not	instantiated for protocols which do not support a distinct
	// authorization function. The type is interface{} with range: 0..2147483647.
	CasAuthorResponseTime interface{}

	// The number	of authorization transactions with this server which succeeded
	// since it is	made active.  A transaction may include multiple	request
	// retransmissions if	timeouts occur.  A transaction is successful if
	// the	server responds with either an authorization pass or fail.  This object
	// is not	instantiated for protocols which do not support a distinct
	// authorization function. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthorTransactionSuccesses interface{}

	// The number	of authorization transactions with this server which failed
	// since it is made active.  A transaction may include multiple	request
	// retransmissions if	timeouts occur.  A transaction failure occurs if maximum
	// resends have been met or the server aborts the transaction.  This object is
	// not	instantiated for protocols which do not support a distinct
	// authorization function. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAuthorTransactionFailures interface{}

	// The number	of accounting requests sent to this server since system
	// re-initialization.  Retransmissions due to request timeouts are counted
	// as	distinct requests. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAcctRequests interface{}

	// The number	of accounting requests which have timed out since system
	// re-initialization.  A timeout results in a retransmission of the request
	// If	the maximum number of attempts has been	reached,
	// no	further	retransmissions	will be	attempted. The type is interface{} with
	// range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAcctRequestTimeouts interface{}

	// The number	of unexpected accounting responses received from this server
	// since system re-initialization.  An	example	is a delayed response to a
	// request which had already timed out. The type is interface{} with range:
	// 0..4294967295.
	CasAcctUnexpectedResponses interface{}

	// The number	of server ERROR	accounting responses received from this server
	// since system re-initialization.  These are responses indicating that the
	// server itself has identified an error with its accounting operation. The
	// type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAcctServerErrorResponses interface{}

	// The number	of accounting responses	which could not be	processed
	// since	system re-initialization.  Reasons include inability to decrypt the
	// response, invalid fields, or	the response is	not valid based	on the
	// request. The type is interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAcctIncorrectResponses interface{}

	// Average response time for accounting requests sent to	this server,, since
	// system re-initialization excluding timeouts. The type is interface{} with
	// range: 0..2147483647.
	CasAcctResponseTime interface{}

	// The number	of accounting transactions with	this server which succeeded
	// since system re-initialization.  A transaction may include multiple	request
	// retransmissions if	timeouts occur.  A transaction is successful if
	// the	server responds with either an accounting pass or fail. The type is
	// interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAcctTransactionSuccesses interface{}

	// The number	of accounting transactions with	this server which failed since
	// system re-initialization.  A transaction may include multiple	request
	// retransmissions if	timeouts occur.  A transaction failure occurs if maximum
	// resends have been met or the server aborts the transaction. The type is
	// interface{} with range: 0..4294967295.
	CasAcctTransactionFailures interface{}

	// Current state of this server.  up(1)	 - Server responding to	requests
	// dead(2) - Server failed to respond  A server is marked	dead if	it does	not
	// respond after maximum retransmissions.  A server is marked	up again
	// either	after a	waiting period or if some response	is received from it.  The
	// initial value of casState is 'up(1)' at system re-initialization.	This will
	// only transistion to 'dead(2)' if	an attempt to communicate fails. The type
	// is CasState.
	CasState interface{}

	// This object provides the elapsed time the server has been in its current
	// state as shown	in casState. The type is interface{} with range:
	// 0..2147483647.
	CasCurrentStateDuration interface{}

	// This object provides the elapsed time the server was been in its previous
	// state	prior to the most recent transistion of casState.  This value	is
	// zero	if the server has not changed state. The type is interface{} with
	// range: 0..2147483647.
	CasPreviousStateDuration interface{}

	// The total elapsed time this server's casState has had the value 'dead(2)'
	// since system re-initialization. The type is interface{} with range:
	// 0..2147483647.
	CasTotalDeadTime interface{}

	// The number	of times this server's casState	has transitioned to 'dead(2)'
	// since system re-initialization. The type is interface{} with range:
	// 0..4294967295.
	CasDeadCount interface{}
}

CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry An AAA server configuration identified by its protocol and its index.

An entry is created/removed when a server is defined or undefined with IOS configuration commands via CLI or by issuing appropriate sets to this table using snmp.

A management station wishing to create an entry should first generate a random number to be used as the index to this sparse table. The station should then create the associated instance of the row status and row index objects. It must also, either in the same or in successive PDUs, create an instance of casAddress where casAddress is the IP address of the server to be added.

It should also modify the default values for casAuthenPort, casAcctPort if the defaults are not appropriate.

If casKey is a zero-length string or is not explicitly set, then the global key will be used. Otherwise, this value is used as the key for this server instance.

Once the appropriate instance of all the configuration objects have been created, either by an explicit SNMP set request or by default, the row status should be set to active(1) to initiate the request.

After the AAA server is made active, the entry can not be modified - the only allowed operation after this is to destroy the entry by setting casConfigRowStatus to destroy(6).

casPriority is automatically assigned once the entry is made active and reflects the relative priority of the defined server with respect to already configured servers. Newly-created servers will be assigned the lowest priority. To reassign server priorities to existing server entries, it may be necessary to destroy and recreate entries in order of priority.

Entries in this table with casConfigRowStatus equal to active(1) remain in the table until destroyed.

Entries in this table with casConfigRowStatus equal to values other than active(1) will be destroyed after timeout (5 minutes).

If a server address being created via SNMP exists already in another active casConfigEntry, then a newly created row can not be made active until the original row with the with the same server address value is destroyed.

Upon reload, casIndex values may be changed, but the priorities that were saved before reload will be retained, with lowest priority number corresponding to the higher priority servers.

func (*CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry) GetEntityData

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry_CasState

type CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry_CasState string

CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry_CasState represents if an attempt to communicate fails.

const (
	CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry_CasState_up CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry_CasState = "up"

	CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry_CasState_dead CISCOAAASERVERMIB_CasConfigTable_CasConfigEntry_CasState = "dead"
)

type CiscoAAAProtocol

type CiscoAAAProtocol string

CiscoAAAProtocol represents other(7) - Other protocols

const (
	CiscoAAAProtocol_tacacsplus CiscoAAAProtocol = "tacacsplus"

	CiscoAAAProtocol_radius CiscoAAAProtocol = "radius"

	CiscoAAAProtocol_ldap CiscoAAAProtocol = "ldap"

	CiscoAAAProtocol_kerberos CiscoAAAProtocol = "kerberos"

	CiscoAAAProtocol_ntlm CiscoAAAProtocol = "ntlm"

	CiscoAAAProtocol_sdi CiscoAAAProtocol = "sdi"

	CiscoAAAProtocol_other CiscoAAAProtocol = "other"
)

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