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-- *****************************************************************
-- CISCO-DOCS-EXT-MIB.my: Cisco Data Over Cable Service extension
-- MIB file
--   
-- October 1998, Minnie Lu
-- April   2001, Dhritiman Dasgupta
-- June    2001, Joline Chen
-- Oct     2001, Joline Chen
-- July    2003, Gaurav Aggarwal
--   
-- Copyright (c) 2001-2003-2006, 2010 by Cisco Systems Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
-- *****************************************************************

CISCO-DOCS-EXT-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS
    MODULE-IDENTITY,
    OBJECT-TYPE,
    NOTIFICATION-TYPE,
    Integer32,
    Unsigned32,
    Counter32,
    IpAddress,
    Gauge32
        FROM SNMPv2-SMI
    OBJECT-GROUP,
    MODULE-COMPLIANCE,
    NOTIFICATION-GROUP
        FROM SNMPv2-CONF
    TruthValue,
    DisplayString,
    MacAddress,
    TimeStamp,
    RowStatus,
    TimeInterval,
    TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
        FROM SNMPv2-TC
    ifIndex,
    InterfaceIndex
        FROM IF-MIB
    docsIfCmtsServiceEntry,
    docsIfCmtsCmStatusEntry,
    docsIfCmtsCmStatusIndex,
    docsIfCmtsMacEntry,
    docsIfCmtsCmStatusMacAddress,
    docsIfCmtsCmStatusIpAddress,
    docsIfCmtsCmStatusDownChannelIfIndex,
    docsIfCmtsCmStatusUpChannelIfIndex,
    docsIfUpstreamChannelEntry,
    TenthdBmV
        FROM DOCS-IF-MIB
    InetAddress,
    InetAddressType
        FROM INET-ADDRESS-MIB
    ciscoMgmt
        FROM CISCO-SMI;


ciscoDocsExtMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
    LAST-UPDATED    "201006090000Z"
    ORGANIZATION    "Cisco Systems, Inc."
    CONTACT-INFO
            "Cisco Systems
            Customer Service

            Postal: Cisco Systems
            170 West Tasman Drive
            San Jose, CA 95134
            U.S.A.
            Phone:  +1 800 553-NETS 
            E-mail: cs-ubr@cisco.com"
    DESCRIPTION        "This is the MIB module for the Cisco specific extension
        objects of Data Over Cable Service, Radio Frequency 
        interface.  There is a standard MIB for Data-Over-Cable 
        Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS) and in Cisco,
        it is called DOCS-IF-MIB. Besides the objects in 
        DOCS-IF-MIB, this MIB module contains the extension 
        objects to manage the Cable Modem Termination Systems 
        (CMTS).

        This MIB module includes objects for the scheduler 
        that supports Quality of Service (QoS) of MCNS/DOCSIS 
        compliant Radio Frequency (RF) interfaces in Cable Modem 
        Termination Systems (CMTS). And the purpose is to let 
        users configure attributes of the schedulers in 
        order to ensure the Quality of Service and fairness for 
        modem requests according to users' business needs. 
        Also this MIB shows various states of the schedulers 
        for users to monitor of the schedulers' current status. 

        This MIB module also includes connection status objects
        for cable modems and Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) 
        and the purpose is to let users easily get the connection 
        status and manage access group information about cable 
        modems and CPE.

        This MIB module also includes objects for upstream 
        configuration for automated spectrum management in 
        order to mitigate upstream impairment.

        This MIB module also includes objects to keep count of
        the total # of modems, # of registered and # of active
        modems on the mac interface as well as each 
        upstream.
"
    REVISION        "201006090000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "Add new object cdxCmCpeDeleteNow to cdxCmCpeTable to delete the
        cable modems.
"
    REVISION        "200603060000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "Following tables are added.

        cdxCmToCpeTable
        cdxCpeToCmTable

        These are used for the direct correlation between
        Cable Modem and Customer Premises Equipment.
"
    REVISION        "200507010000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "Modified the description of cdxCmtsServiceExtEntry.
        Modified the value of lockingMode from 2 to 3.
"
    REVISION        "200504250000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "Modified dxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes' lower range from 0
        to -1.
"
    REVISION        "200307300000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "Added new objects for supporting DMIC. The objects are
        cdxCmtsCmDMICMode, cdxCmtsCmDMICLockQos and a new table
        cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICTable. Also, one more trap,
        cdxCmtsCmDMICLockNotification is added. Two more states
        were added to cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REVISION        "200302200000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "Added new object cdxCmtsCmQosProfile to cdxCmtsCmTable to
        associate a cable modem with a qos profile.
"
    REVISION        "200110070000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "Added new objects cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimesNum and
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusLastResetTime to 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusExtTable.
"
    REVISION        "200108060000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "DOCSIS 1.1 Changes:
        Added new objects cdxIfUpChannelAvgUtil, 
        cdxIfUpChannelAvgContSlots, 
        cdxIfUpChannelRangeSlots in 
        cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtTable. 

        NON-DOCSIS 1.1 Changes:
        Added following objects in cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtTable 
        for providing per upstream UGS statistics information:
        cdxIfUpChannelNumActiveUGS,
        cdxIfUpChannelMaxUGSLastOneHour, 
        cdxIfUpChannelMinUGSLastOneHour,
        cdxIfUpChannelAvgUGSLastOneHour, 
        cdxIfUpChannelMaxUGSLastFiveMins,
        cdxIfUpChannelMinUGSLastFiveMins, 
        cdxIfUpChannelAvgUGSLastFiveMins.
"
    REVISION        "200104010000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "DOCSIS 1.1 Changes:
        1.  Added  cdxUpInfoElemStatsTable to display the per 
        Information Element (IE) statistics.

        2. Added the new queue types in cdxBWQueueNameCode to 
        support the new priority queues of the MAC-Scheduler.

        3. Added the new CM states in cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.

        Non-DOCSIS 1.1 changes:
        4. Added new status information for CM if the connection
        is noisy or if the maximum power has been reached.

        5. Changed the Description for cdxIfUpChannelWidth to
        cater for non-awacs card.

        6. Added new object cdxIfUpChannelInputPowerLevel for
        Upstream Input Power Level.
"
    REVISION        "200007190000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "1.  Added  cdxCmtsCmTotal,cdxCmtsCmActive,
        cdxCmtsCmRegistered to the cdxCmtsMacExtTable to report 
        the number of active,registered,total cable 
        modems on a cable mac interface since boot.

        2.  Added cdxIfUpChannelCmTotal, cdxIfUpChannelCmActive,
        cdxIfUpChannelCmRegistered to the 
        cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtTable to report the number of 
        active,registered,total cable modems connected on an 
        upstream.
"
    REVISION        "200005170000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "1.  Added cdxCmCpeResetNow to reset CM or CPE.
        2.  Added cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber to report the current
        number of CPE connecting to the CM.
"
    REVISION        "9912280000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "1. Added new objects cdxSpecMgmtObjects.
        2. Added new object cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount. 
        3. Enhanced cdxQosIfRateLimitTable for a new rate limit 
           algorithm.
        4. Added more status for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REVISION        "9901210000Z"
    DESCRIPTION        "Initial version of this MIB module.
"
    ::= { ciscoMgmt 116 }



CdxResettableCounter32 ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This TC describes an object which counts events with the
        following semantics: objects of this type will be set to
        zero(0) on creation or reset indirectly by other objects or
        certain event and will thereafter count appropriate events,
        wrapping back to zero(0) when the value 2^32 is reached.

        Provided that an application discovers the new object within
        the minimum time to wrap it can use the initial value as a
        delta since it last polled the table of which this object is
        part.

        Typically this TC is used in table where the statistical 
        information needs to be re-count after a reset.
"
    SYNTAX          Gauge32
ciscoDocsExtMIBObjects  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtMIB 1 }

cdxQosCtrlObjects  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtMIBObjects 1 }

cdxQosQueueObjects  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtMIBObjects 2 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtMIBObjects 3 }

cdxSpecMgmtObjects  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtMIBObjects 4 }

-- Scheduler QoS Control Group
--   
-- To ensure Quality of Service and fairness, the scheduler needs to
-- control the traffic. This group includes attributes that user can
-- configure how the scheduler controls the traffic and attributes
-- showing the current status of the scheduler admission and rate
-- control.
--   
-- For each Service ID, there is one Quality of Service profile
-- associated with it. The QoS profile limits the request (upstream)/
-- packet (downstream) size for the Service ID and also defines the
-- minimum guaranteed upstream bandwidth. Each modem's request
-- associated with a Service ID needs to follow the Quality of
-- Service profile constraints.
--   

--   
-- Quality of Service control upstream table
--   
-- Quality of Service control objects for the upstream interface
--   
-- Because upstream's bandwidth(BW) is limited, the upstream scheduler
-- needs to control the registration according to the upstream's
-- bandwidth(BW) capacity for new cable modem asking to be supported in
-- this upstream.  This table contains the configurable objects that
-- user can enable or disable the controlling process of the scheduler
-- and the state objects that shows the current status of the scheduler.

cdxQosCtrlUpTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxQosCtrlUpEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "For each upstream interface, this table maintains a number
        of objects related to Quality of Service scheduler which 
        uses these attributes to control cable modem 
        registration.
"
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlObjects 1 }

cdxQosCtrlUpEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxQosCtrlUpEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "A list of attributes for each upstream MAC scheduler
        that supports Quality of Service.  Entries in this table
        exist for each ifEntry with ifType of 
        docsCableUpstream(129).
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications
             (DOCSIS) Radio Frequency Interface Specification 
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724), section 6.4 and appendix C.
            
             docsIfQosProfileTable and docsIfCmtsServiceTable in 
             DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    INDEX           { ifIndex } 
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlUpTable 1 }

CdxQosCtrlUpEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionCtrl    TruthValue,
        cdxQosCtrlUpMaxRsvdBWPercent Integer32,
        cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionRejects Counter32,
        cdxQosCtrlUpReservedBW       Integer32,
        cdxQosCtrlUpMaxVirtualBW     Integer32
}

cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionCtrl OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The admission control status for minimum guaranteed upstream
        bandwidth scheduling service requests for this upstream.

        When this object is set to 'true', if there is a new modem 
        with minimum guaranteed upstream bandwidth scheduling service
        in its QoS class requesting to be supported in this upstream,
        the upstream scheduler will check the virtual reserved 
        bandwidth remaining capacity before giving admission to this 
        new modem. If there is not enough reserved upstream bandwidth
        to serve the modem's minimum guaranteed bandwidth, the 
        registration request will be rejected.  

        This object is set to 'false' to disable admission control.
        That is, there will be no checking for bandwidth capacity and
        the upstream interface scheduler just admits modem
        registration requests. 

        This object is not meant for Unsolicited Grant Service(UGS) 
        scheduling service as admission control is a requirement in 
        this case.
" 
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlUpEntry 1 }

cdxQosCtrlUpMaxRsvdBWPercent OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (10..1000)
    UNITS           "percent"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The percentage of upstream maximum reserved bandwidth to the
        raw bandwidth if the admission control is enabled on this
        upstream. 

        For example, if the upstream interface has raw bandwidth
        1,600,000 bits/second and cdxQosCtrlUpMaxRsvdBWPercent is 200
        percent, then this upstream scheduler will set the maximum of
        virtual reserved bandwidth capacity to 3,200,000 bits/second
        (1,600,000 * 2) to serve cable modems with minimum guaranteed
        upstream bandwidth.  

        The default value is 100 percent (that is, maximum reserved
        bandwidth is the raw bandwidth.) Whenever the admission
        control is changed (on to off, off to on), this value will
        be reset to the default value 100.  

        If the admission control is disabled, the value will be reset
        to 100 (the default value).
" 
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlUpEntry 2 }

cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionRejects OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The count of cable modem registration requests rejected on
        this upstream interface due to insufficient reserved 
        bandwidth for serving the cable modems with Unsolicited 
        Grant Service (UGS) scheduling service when UGS is 
        supported and for serving the cable modems with minimum 
        guaranteed bandwidth in its Quality of Service class when
        admission control is enabled on this upstream interface .
" 
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlUpEntry 3 }

cdxQosCtrlUpReservedBW OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..102400000)
    UNITS           "bits/second"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The current total reserved bandwidth in bits per second of
        this upstream interface.  It is the sum of all cable modems'
        minimum guaranteed bandwidth in bits per second currently 
        supported on this upstream.
" 
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlUpEntry 4 }

cdxQosCtrlUpMaxVirtualBW OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..102400000)
    UNITS           "bits/second"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The maximum virtual bandwidth capacity of this upstream
        interface if the admission control is enabled. It is the
        raw bandwidth in bits per second times the percentage. If
        the admission control is disabled, then this object will
        contain the value zero.
" 
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlUpEntry 5 }
 

-- Rate Limiting table
--   
-- After a cable modem is registered, upstream and downstream schedulers
-- will control the bandwidth request/packet size to ensure the Quality
-- of Service and fairness by a rate limiting algorithm.  This table
-- contains attributes related to the rate limiting algorithms.

cdxQosIfRateLimitTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxQosIfRateLimitEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table describes the attributes of rate limiting for
        schedulers in cable upstream and downstream interfaces that 
        support Quality of Service.  The rate limiting process is 
        to ensure the Quality of Service and fairness.
"
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlObjects 2 }

cdxQosIfRateLimitEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxQosIfRateLimitEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "List of the rate limiting attributes for cable upstream and
        downstream interfaces schedulers that support Quality of 
        Service. Entries in this table exist for each ifEntry with 
        ifType of docsCableUpstream(129) and
        docsCableDownstream(128).
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724), section 6.4 and appendix C.

             docsIfQosProfileTable and docsIfCmtsServiceTable in
             DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    INDEX           { ifIndex } 
    ::= { cdxQosIfRateLimitTable 1 }

CdxQosIfRateLimitEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxQosIfRateLimitAlgm           INTEGER,
        cdxQosIfRateLimitExpWt          Integer32,
        cdxQosIfRateLimitShpMaxDelay    INTEGER,
        cdxQosIfRateLimitShpGranularity INTEGER
}

cdxQosIfRateLimitAlgm OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        noRateLimit(1), -- rate limiting process is
                                        -- disabled
                        oneSecBurst(2), -- Bursty 1 second token bucket
                                        -- algorithm
                        carLike(3), -- Average token usage algorithm
                                    -- (CAR-like)
                        wtExPacketDiscard(4), -- Weighted excess packet
                                              -- discard algorithm
                        shaping(5)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "To ensure fairness, the CMTS will throttle the rate for
        bandwidth request (upstream)/packet sent (downstream) at
        which CMTS issues grants(upstream) or allow packet to be
        send(downstream) such that the flow never gets more than
        its provisioned peak rate in bps. 

        There are two directions for every Service Id (Sid) traffic:
        downstream and upstream. Each direction is called a service
        flow here and assigned one token bucket with chosen 
        algorithm. 

        The enumerations for the rate limiting algorithm are:
         noRateLimit(1): The rate limiting is disabled. No rate
                         limiting.
         oneSecBurst(2): Bursty 1 second token bucket algorithm.
         carLike(3)    : Average token usage (CAR-like) algorithm
         wtExPacketDiscard(4) : Weighted excess packet discard 
                                algorithm.
         shaping(5): token bucket algorithm with shaping

        Upstream supports the following: 
          No rate limiting (1), 
          Bursty 1 second token bucket algorithm(2), 
          Average token usage (CAR-like) algorithm(3),
          Token bucket algorithm with shaping(5).

        Downstream supports the following:
          No rate limiting (1), 
          Bursty 1 second token bucket algorithm(2),
          Average token usage (CAR-like) algorithm(3),
          Weighted excess packet discard algorithm(4), and
          Token bucket algorithm with shaping(5).

        Token bucket algorithm with shaping is the
        default algorithm for upstream if CMTS is in DOCSIS 1.0 mode
        or DOCSIS 1.1 mode.


        Bursty 1 second token bucket algorithm is the 
        default algorithm for downstream if the CMTS is in
        DOCSIS 1.0 mode. If it is in DOCSIS 1.1 mode the default
        algorithm for downstream is  Token bucket algorithm with
        shaping .

        Each algorithm is described as below:
          No rate limiting: 
            The rate limiting process is disabled and no checking 
            against the maximum bandwidth allowed. 

          Bursty 1 second token bucket rate limiting algorithm: 
            In this algorithm, at the start of every 1 second
            interval, a service flow's token usage is reset to 0,
            and every time the modem for that service flow sends a
            request (upstream) / packet (downstream) the
            upstream/downstream bandwidth token usage is incremented
            by the size of the request/packet sent. As long as the
            service flow's bandwidth token usage is less than the
            maximum bandwidth in bits per second (peak rate limit)
            its QoS service class allows, the request/packets will
            not be restricted. 
            Once the service flow has sent more than its peak rate
            in the one second interval, it is prevented from sending
            more data by rejecting request (upstream) or dropping
            packets (downstream). This is expected to slow down
            the higher layer sources. The token usage counter gets
            reset to 0 after the 1 second interval has elapsed. The
            modem for that service flow is free to send more data
            up to the peak rate limit in the new 1 second interval
            that follows.  

          Average token usage (Cisco CAR like) algorithm: 
            This algorithm maintains a continuous average of the 
            burst token usage of a service flow. There is no sudden 
            refilling of tokens every 1 second interval. Every time
            a request/packet is to be handled, the scheduler tries
            to see how much time has elapsed since last transmission
            , and computes the number of tokens accumulated by this
            service flow at its QoS class peak rate. If burst usage
            of the service flow is less than tokens accumulated,
            the burst usage is reset to 0 and request/packet is
            forwarded. If the service flow has accumulated fewer
            tokens than its burst usage, the burst usage shows an
            outstanding balance usage after decrementing by the
            tokens accumulated. In such cases, the request/packet
            is still forwarded, provided the service flow's
            outstanding usage does not exceed peak rate limit of its
            QoS class. If outstanding burst usage exceeds the peak
            rate of the class, the service flow is given some token
            credit up to a certain maximum credit limit and the
            request/packet is forwarded. The request/packet is
            dropped when outstanding usage exceeds peak rate and
            maximum credit has been used up by this service flow.
            This algorithm tracks long term average bandwidth usage
            of the service flow and controls this average usage at
            the peak rate limit.

          Weighted excess packet discard algorithm:
            This rate limiting algorithm is only available as an
            option for downstream rate limiting. The algorithm is
            to maintain an weighted exponential moving average of
            the loss rate of a service flow over time. The loss
            rate, expressed in packets, represents the number of
            packets that can be sent from this service flow in a
            one second interval before a packet will be dropped.
            At every one second interval, the loss rate gets
            updated using the ratio between the flow peak rate (in
            bps) in its QoS profile and the service flow actual
            usage (in bps). If the service flow begins to send more
            than its peak rate continuously, the number of packets
            it can send in an one second interval before
            experiencing a drop will slowly keep reducing until
            cable modem for that service flow slows down as
            indicated by actual usage less or equal to the peak
            rate. 

          Token bucket algorithm with shaping:
             If there is no QoS class peak rate limit, forward the 
             request/packet without delay. If there is a QoS peak
             rate limit, every time a request/packet is to be
             handled, the scheduler determines the number of
             bandwidth tokens that this service flow has
             accumulated over the elapsed time at its QoS class peak
             rate and increments the tokens counter of the service
             flow accordingly.  The scheduler limits the token
             count to the maximum transmit burst (token bucket
             depth). If token count is greater than the number of
             tokens required to handle current request/packet,
             decrement token count by size of request/packet and
             forwards the request/packet without delay.  If token
             count is less than the size of request/packet, compute
             the shaping delay time after which the deficit number
             of tokens would be available. If shaping delay time is
             less than the maximum shaping delay, decrement tokens
             count by size of request/packet and forward this
             request/packet with the shaping delay in the shaping
             delay queue. When the delay time expires, the
             request/packet is forwarded. If shaping delay time is
             greater than the maximum shaping delay that the
             subsequent shaper can handle, the request/packet is
             dropped. Users can use cdxQosIfRateLimitShpMaxDelay to
             configure the the maximum shaping delay and
             cdxQosIfRateLimitShpGranularity to configure the
             shaping granularity.
" 
    ::= { cdxQosIfRateLimitEntry 1 }

cdxQosIfRateLimitExpWt OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (1..4)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Weight for exponential moving average of loss rate for
        weighted excess packet discard algorithm to maintain.
        The higher value of the weight makes the algorithm
        more sensitive to the recent bandwidth usage by the Sid. 

        The default value is 1 and whenever the rate limiting
        algorithm is changed to weighted excess packet discard 
        algorithm, this value will be reset to the default 1.

        If the rate limiting algorithm is not weighted excess 
        packet discard algorithm, the value will be always the 
        default value 1.
" 
    ::= { cdxQosIfRateLimitEntry 2 }

cdxQosIfRateLimitShpMaxDelay OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        na(1),
                        msec128(2),
                        msec256(3),
                        msec512(4),
                        msec1024(5)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The maximum shaping delay in milliseconds. That is, the
        maximum amount time of buffering the CMTS will allow for
        any rate exceeded flow.  If the max buffering delay is
        large, the grants/packets of the flow will be buffered for
        a longer period of time even though the flow is rate
        exceeded. This means fewer chances of drops for such rate
        exceeded flow. However, too large a max shaping delay
        can result is quick drainage of packet buffers at the CMTS,
        since several packets will be in the shaping (delay) queue
        waiting for their proper transmission time. Another
        important point to be noted is that delaying a flows packets
        (especially TCP flows) for extended periods of time is
        useless, since the higher protocol layers may assume a
        packet loss after a certain amount of time.

        The maximum shaping delay is only applied to rate limit
        algorithm: 
        Token bucket algorithm with shaping.  If the rate limit
        algorithm is not Token bucket algorithm with shaping, the
        value is always na(1) which is not applicable.

        If the token count is less than the size of request/packet,
        CMTS computes the shaping delay time after which the deficit
        number of tokens would be available. If the shaping delay
        time is greater than the maximum shaping delay, the
        request/packet will be dropped.  

        The enumerations for maximum shaping delay are:
          na(1): maximum shaping delay is not applied to the current
                 rate limit algorithm
         msec128(2): maximum shaping delay is 128 milliseconds  
         msec256(3): maximum shaping delay is 256 milliseconds 
         msec512(4): maximum shaping delay is 512 milliseconds 
        msec1024(5): maximum shaping delay is 1024 milliseconds 

        The downstream maximum shaping delay is configurable and the
        default value is msec128(2). Whenever the downstream rate 
        limit algorithm is changed to Token bucket algorithm with 
        shaping from other rate limit algorithm, the value will 
        be reset to the default value. 

        The upstream maximum shaping delay is not configurable and
        it is read-only value.
" 
    ::= { cdxQosIfRateLimitEntry 3 }

cdxQosIfRateLimitShpGranularity OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        na(1),
                        msec1(2),
                        msec2(3),
                        msec4(4),
                        msec8(5),
                        msec16(6)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The width in milliseconds of each element in shaping
        delay queue, that is, the shaping granularity.

        The shaping granularity is only applied to rate limit
        algorithm: Token bucket algorithm with shaping. It 
        controls how accurately the algorithm quantizes the shaping
        delay for a rate exceeded flow. If granularity is large,
        several shaping delay values will all be quantized to the
        same element in the queue resulting in less accurate rate
        shaping for the flows in bits/sec. On the other hand,
        choosing too small granularity causes more memory to be used
        for the shaper block, and also can cost a bit more in
        runtime overhead.

        If the rate limit algorithm is not Token bucket algorithm
        with shaping, the value is always na(1) which is not
        applicable.

        The enumerations for shaping granularity are:
          na(1): shaping granularity is not applied to the current 
                 rate limit algorithm
           msec1(2): shaping granularity in 1 milliseconds 
           msec2(3): shaping granularity in 2 milliseconds 
           msec4(4): shaping granularity in 4 milliseconds 
           msec8(5): shaping granularity in 8 milliseconds 
          msec16(6): shaping granularity in 16 milliseconds  

        The downstream shaping granularity is configurable and the
        default value is msec4(4). Whenever the downstream rate
        limit algorithm is changed to Token bucket algorithm with
        shaping from other rate limit algorithm, the value will be
        reset to the default value. 

        The upstream shaping granularity is not configurable and 
        it is read-only value.
" 
    ::= { cdxQosIfRateLimitEntry 4 }
 

-- Cmts Service Extension Table
--   
-- This table extends the information about a Service ID in
-- docsIfCmtsServiceTable.
--   
-- For each Service ID, there is one Quality of Service profile
-- associated with it and the profile limits the request/packet size
-- for the Service ID. This table shows downstream traffic statistics
-- and the various counts that the Service ID exceeds the limit in its
-- Quality of Service profile.

cdxCmtsServiceExtTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCmtsServiceExtEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The list contains the additional attributes of a single
        Service ID that provided by docsIfCmtsServiceEntry.
"
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlObjects 3 }

cdxCmtsServiceExtEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCmtsServiceExtEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Additional objects for docsIfCmtsServiceTable entry including
        downstream traffic statistics and excess counts against the 
        Quality of Service limits for each Service ID.
        From DOCSIS 1.1 onwards statistics are maintained for each 
        Service Flow(instead of the Service ID) in the DOCS-QOS-MIB 
        in docsQosServiceFlowStatsTable objects. For Cable modems
        not running in DOCSIS 1.0 mode, the objects  
        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutOctets and cdxIfCmtsServiceOutPackets
        will only support primary service flow.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications
             (DOCSIS) Radio Frequency Interface Specification
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724), Section 6.4 and Appendix C.

             docsIfQosProfileTable and docsIfCmtsServiceTable in
             DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    AUGMENTS           { docsIfCmtsServiceEntry  } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsServiceExtTable 1 }

CdxCmtsServiceExtEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutOctets    Counter32,
        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutPackets   Counter32,
        cdxQosMaxUpBWExcessRequests  Counter32,
        cdxQosMaxDownBWExcessPackets Counter32
}

cdxIfCmtsServiceOutOctets OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The cumulative number of Packet Data octets sent for this
        Service ID.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsServiceExtEntry 1 }

cdxIfCmtsServiceOutPackets OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The cumulative number of Packet data packets sent for this
        Service ID.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsServiceExtEntry 2 }

cdxQosMaxUpBWExcessRequests OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The number of upstream bandwidth requests which exceeds the
        maximum upstream bandwidth allowed for a service defined 
        in the Quality of Service profile associated with this Sid.
        The request which exceeds the maximum upstream bandwidth 
        allowed will be rejected by the upstream's rate limiting 
        process using one of the rate limiting algorithm. 

        Note that the value of this counter cannot be directly used
        to know the number of upstream packets that got dropped at 
        the cable modem.  A single upstream packet drop of a modem 
        can result in up to 16 increments in this counter, since
        the modem keeps retrying and keeps getting bandwidth
        request drops at CMTS if it has consumed its peak rate.
"
    REFERENCE
        "docsIfQosProfMaxUpBandwidth object in DOCS-IF-MIB.my." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsServiceExtEntry 3 }

cdxQosMaxDownBWExcessPackets OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The number of downstream bandwidth packets which exceeds
        the maximum downstream bandwidth allowed for a service
        defined in the Quality of Service profile associated with
        this Sid. The packet which exceeds the maximum downstream
        bandwidth allowed will be dropped by the downstream's rate
        limiting process using one of the rate limiting
        algorithm.
"
    REFERENCE
        "docsIfQosProfMaxDownBandwidth object in DOCS-IF-MIB.my." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsServiceExtEntry 4 }
 

-- Upstream Information Element Statistics Table
--   
-- This table contains the CMTS upstream Mac scheduler statistics for
-- each type of Information Element (IE).
--   
-- The CMTS upstream channel is modeled as a stream of mini-slots.
-- The CMTS generates the allocation MAP to define transmission
-- opportunities on the upstream channel. The MAP defines a variable
-- number of Information Elements (IE) which defines the allowed usage
-- for a range of mini-slots.
--   
-- The Information provided in this table could be dynamic depending on
-- how the the mini-slots are used.

cdxUpInfoElemStatsTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxUpInfoElemStatsEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The table contains the attributes of a particular
        Information Element type for each instance of the MAC 
        scheduler. It is indexed by upstream ifIndex. An Entry
        exists for each ifEntry with ifType of
        docsCableUpstream(129) Since each upstream has an instance
        of a MAC Scheduler so this table has the per MAC scheduler
        slot information on a per Information Element basis.
"
    ::= { cdxQosCtrlObjects 4 }

cdxUpInfoElemStatsEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxUpInfoElemStatsEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The list of statistics for a type of Information
        Element (IE) which defines the allowed usage for a range
        of upstream mini slots. One entry exists for each
        Information Element (IE) in a upstream which ifType is
        docsCableUpstream (12).
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification (SP-RFI-I05-000714)
             section 7.1.2"
    INDEX           {
                        ifIndex,
                        cdxUpInfoElemStatsNameCode
                    } 
    ::= { cdxUpInfoElemStatsTable 1 }

CdxUpInfoElemStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxUpInfoElemStatsNameCode INTEGER,
        cdxUpInfoElemStatsIEType   Integer32
}

cdxUpInfoElemStatsNameCode OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        reqIE(1),
                        reqOrDataIE(2),
                        initMtnIE(3),
                        stnMtnIE(4),
                        shortGrantIE(5),
                        longGrantIE(6)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This entry describes the Information Element (IE) type.
        Enumerations are :
        reqIE(1)          : Request Information Element,
                            The request Information Element
                            provides an upstream interval in which
                            a CM can request the CMTS for bandwidth
                            on the upstream channel.
        reqOrDataIE(2)    : Request/Data Information Element,
                            The Request/data Information Element 
                            provides an upstream interval in which
                            request may be made by the CM to the 
                            CMTS for bandwidth or short data 
                            packets may be transmitted on the
                            upstream channel.
        initMtnIE(3)      : Initial Maintenance Information Element
                            , The Initial Maintenance Information
                            Element provides an interval in which
                            new stations may join the network.
        stnMtnIE(4)       : Station Maintenance Information Element
                            , The Station Maintenance Information
                            Element provides an interval in which
                            stations are expected to perform some
                            aspect of routine network maintenance,
                            such as ranging or power adjustment.
        shortGrantIE(5)   : Short Data Grant Information Element,
                            Short data grant Information Element
                            provides the CM an opportunity to 
                            transmit one or more upstream PDU's.
                            Short data grants are used with 
                            intervals equal to or less than the 
                            maximum burst size for the usage 
                            specified in the Upstream Channel 
                            Descriptor.
        longGrantIE(6)    : Long Data Grant Information Element,
                            The long data grant Information Element
                            also provides the CM an opportunity to
                            transmit one or more upstream PDU's.
                            All long data grant Information
                            Elements
                            must have a larger number of mini-slots
                            than that defined for a short data
                            grant Information Element profile
                            defined in the Upstream Channel
                            Descriptor.
" 
    ::= { cdxUpInfoElemStatsEntry 1 }

cdxUpInfoElemStatsIEType OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The current number of mini-slots used for the Information
        Element type. The value is only a snapshot since the 
        current number of mini-slots of this IE type could be
        changing rapidly.
" 
    ::= { cdxUpInfoElemStatsEntry 2 }
 

-- Scheduler QoS Queue Group
--   
-- To ensure Quality of Service and fairness, the scheduler
-- maintains a set of queues for different services and puts
-- cable modems requests/packets for that Sid in different
-- queue according to the Quality of Service profile of the
-- Sid.  Each queue has a name and order within the queue set.
-- The scheduler will serve the requests/packets in higher
-- order queue before serving the requests/packets in lower
-- order queue.
--   

--   
-- Scheduler bandwidth request queues table
--   
-- This table displays the attributes for these queues in a cable
-- interface scheduler that supports Quality of Service.

cdxBWQueueTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxBWQueueEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table describes the attributes of queues
        in cable interfaces schedulers that support 
        Quality of Service.
"
    ::= { cdxQosQueueObjects 1 }

cdxBWQueueEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxBWQueueEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The list of queue attributes in cable upstream and
        downstream interfaces schedulers that supports Quality of
        Service. Entries in this table exist for each ifEntry with
        ifType of docsCableUpstream(129) and
        docsCableDownstream(128).
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications
             (DOCSIS) Radio Frequency Interface Specification
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724), Section 6.4 and Appendix C."
    INDEX           {
                        ifIndex,
                        cdxBWQueueNameCode
                    } 
    ::= { cdxBWQueueTable 1 }

CdxBWQueueEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxBWQueueNameCode             INTEGER,
        cdxBWQueueOrder                Integer32,
        cdxBWQueueNumServedBeforeYield Integer32,
        cdxBWQueueType                 INTEGER,
        cdxBWQueueMaxDepth             Integer32,
        cdxBWQueueDepth                Integer32,
        cdxBWQueueDiscards             Counter32
}

cdxBWQueueNameCode OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        cirQ(1), -- Committed Information Rate Queue
                        tbeQ(2), -- TIERED BEST EFFORT queue
                        p0BEGrantQ(3), -- Priority 0 Best Effort Grant
                                       -- Queue
                        p1BEGrantQ(4), -- Priority 1 Best Effort Grant
                                       -- Queue
                        p2BEGrantQ(5), -- Priority 2 Best Effort Grant
                                       -- Queue
                        p3BEGrantQ(6), -- Priority 3 Best Effort Grant
                                       -- Queue
                        p4BEGrantQ(7), -- Priority 4 Best Effort Grant
                                       -- Queue
                        p5BEGrantQ(8), -- Priority 5 Best Effort Grant
                                       -- Queue
                        p6BEGrantQ(9), -- Priority 6 Best Effort Grant
                                       -- Queue
                        p7BEGrantQ(10), -- Priority 7 Best Effort Grant
                                        -- Queue
                        rngPollQ(11) -- Priority 9 ranging Poll Queue                        
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The name code for the queue.

        cirQ :CIR queue. The queue is for Committed Information
              Rate (CIR) type of service which serves Service IDs
              which have minimum guaranteed rate in its QoS
              profile.  It is applicable if CMTS is running is
              either of DOCSIS 1.0 or 1.1 modes. For DOCSIS 1.1 it
              has priority 8.

        tbeQ :TBE Queue. The queue is for TIERED BEST EFFORT type 
              service which serves Service IDs which does not have
              minimum guaranteed rate in its QoS profile. It is 
              only applicable if CMTS is running in DOCSIS 1.0
              mode.

        p0BEGrantQ-p7BEGrantQ : BEST EFFORT Queue
              The queues p0BEGrantQ to P7BEGrantQ are for TIERED 
              BEST EFFORT type service which serves Service IDs 
              which do not have minimum guaranteed rate specified
              in the QoS parameters. P0 has lowest priority and P7
              has highest. Best Effort type is purely handled with 
              prioritization in FIFO's and hence demands more 
              number of queues. These queues are applicable only if
              CMTS is running under mode DOCSIS 1.1.

        rngPollQ : RngPoll queue.
              The queue is for the ranging SID's. It has the
              highest priority. This queue information is only
              provided if CMTS is running under mode DOCSIS 1.1.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification (SP-RFI-I06-001215)
             section 6.4 and appendix C." 
    ::= { cdxBWQueueEntry 1 }

cdxBWQueueOrder OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..10)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The relative order of this queue to the other queues within
        the cable interface. The smaller number has higher order.
        That is, 0 is the highest order and 10 is the lowest order.
        The scheduler will serve the requests in higher order queue
        up to the number of requests defined in
        cdxBWQueueNumServedBeforeYield before serving requests in
        the next higher order queue.  

        If there are n queues on this interface, the queue order
        will be 0 to n-1 and maximum number of requests defined as
        cdxBWQueueNumServedBeforeYield in order 0 queue will be
        served before the requests in order 1 queue to be served.
" 
    ::= { cdxBWQueueEntry 2 }

cdxBWQueueNumServedBeforeYield OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..64)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The maximum number of requests/packets the scheduler can
        serve before yielding to another queue. The value 0 means
        all requests must be served before yielding to another
        queue. The range is 0-50 for DOCSIS 1.0 and for DOCSIS 1.1
        it is 0-64.
" 
    ::= { cdxBWQueueEntry 3 }

cdxBWQueueType OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        unknown(1),
                        other(2),
                        fifo(3),
                        priority(4)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The queuing type which decides the position of a
        request/packet within the queue.
          unknown : queue type unknown. 
          other   : not fifo, and not priority.
          fifo    : first in first out.
          priority: each bandwidth request has a priority and the 
                    position of the request within the queue
                    depends on its priority.
          For DOCSIS1.1 all the priority queues are fifo queues.
" 
    ::= { cdxBWQueueEntry 4 }

cdxBWQueueMaxDepth OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..64)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The maximum number of requests/packets which the queue can
        support. The range is 0-50 for DOCSIS1.0 and for
        DOCSIS1.1 it is 0-64.
" 
    ::= { cdxBWQueueEntry 5 }

cdxBWQueueDepth OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..64)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The current number of requests/packets in the queue.
        The range is 0-50 for DOCSIS1.0 and for
        DOCSIS1.1 it is 0-64.
" 
    ::= { cdxBWQueueEntry 6 }

cdxBWQueueDiscards OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The number of requests/packets discarded because of queue
        overflow (queue depth > queue maximum depth).
" 
    ::= { cdxBWQueueEntry 7 }
 

-- CMTS Cable Modem (CM) Customer Premises Equipments (CPE) Group
--   
-- This group contains tables in CMTS for information about
-- Cable Modems (CM) and Customer Premises Equipments (CPE)
-- that connects to Cable Modems.
--   

--   
-- Cable modem (CM) or Customer Premises Equipments (CPE) Table
--   
-- For the information of CM or CPE maintained in CMTS.

cdxCmCpeTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCmCpeEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains information about cable modems (CM) or
        Customer Premises Equipments (CPE).
"
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 1 }

cdxCmCpeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCmCpeEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The list contains information for a cable modem (CM) or a
        Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). An entry exist for 
        each cable modem supported by CMTS and each Customer
        Premises Equipment connected to a cable modem supported by
        CMTS.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724.) docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable,
             docsIfCmtsServiceTable in DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    INDEX           { cdxCmCpeMacAddress } 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeTable 1 }

CdxCmCpeEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxCmCpeMacAddress    MacAddress,
        cdxCmCpeType          INTEGER,
        cdxCmCpeIpAddress     IpAddress,
        cdxCmCpeIfIndex       InterfaceIndex,
        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId Integer32,
        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex Integer32,
        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup   DisplayString,
        cdxCmCpeResetNow      TruthValue,
        cdxCmCpeDeleteNow     TruthValue
}

cdxCmCpeMacAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          MacAddress
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The Mac address to identify a cable modem or a Customer
        Premises Equipment.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 1 }

cdxCmCpeType OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        cm(1),
                        cpe(2)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Indicate this entry is for cable modem or Customer Premises
        Equipment.  The enumerations are: 
         cm(1): cable modem
         cpe(2): Customer Premises Equipment
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 2 }

cdxCmCpeIpAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          IpAddress
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Ip address of the cable modem or Customer Premises
        Equipment.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 3 }

cdxCmCpeIfIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          InterfaceIndex
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The CMTS cable MAC interface index (ifType of
        docsCableMaclayer(127)) that cable modem or Customer
        Premises Equipment connects to.  

        Use cdxCmCpeIfIndex and cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId to identify
        an  entry in docsIfCmtsServiceTable.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 4 }

cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (1..16383)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The cable modem's primary Service ID if the type is cm.
        The primary Service ID for the CM which the CPE connects if
        the type is cpe.

        Use cdxCmCpeIfIndex and cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId to identify
        an entry in docsIfCmtsServiceTable.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 5 }

cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (1..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Pointer to an entry in docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable identifying
        status of the CM (which the CPE connects to.)
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 6 }

cdxCmCpeAccessGroup OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          DisplayString
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "ASCII text to identify the Access Group for a CM or CPE.
        Access Group is to filter the upstream traffic for that
        CM or CPE.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 7 }

cdxCmCpeResetNow OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Setting this object to true(1) causes the device to
        reset.  Reading this object always returns false(2).

        For cdxCmCpeType value cm(1),  CMTS removes the 
        CM from the Station Maintenance List and would cause 
        the CM to reset its interface.

        For cdxCmCpeType value cpe(2), CMTS removes the 
        CPE's MAC address from the internal address table.  
        It then rediscovers and associates the CPE with the 
        correct CM during the next DHCP lease cycle.  By resetting
        the CPE, the user can replace an existing CPE or change 
        its network interface card (NIC).
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 8 }

cdxCmCpeDeleteNow OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Setting this object to true(1) causes the CM/CPE to
        be deleted.  Reading this object always returns false(2).

        For cdxCmCpeType value cm(1),  CMTS delete CM from 
        its interface.

        For cdxCmCpeType value cpe(2), CMTS delete CPE from 
        its associated CM.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmCpeEntry 9 }
 

-- CMTS CM status extension table
--   
-- This table extends the CM status information in
-- docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable

cdxCmtsCmStatusExtTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The list contains the additional CM status information.
"
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 2 }

cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Additional objects for docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable entry.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724.) docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable in
             DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    AUGMENTS           { docsIfCmtsCmStatusEntry  } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtTable 1 }

CdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue            INTEGER,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes    Counter32,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline  Integer32,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime  TimeInterval,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime  TimeInterval,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime  TimeInterval,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime TimeInterval,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime TimeInterval,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime TimeInterval,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount    Integer32,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAddlInfo       BITS,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimesNum CdxResettableCounter32,
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusLastResetTime  TimeStamp
}

cdxCmtsCmStatusValue OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        offline(1),
                        others(2),
                        initRangingRcvd(3),
                        initDhcpReqRcvd(4),
                        onlineNetAccessDisabled(5),
                        onlineKekAssigned(6),
                        onlineTekAssigned(7),
                        rejectBadMic(8),
                        rejectBadCos(9),
                        kekRejected(10),
                        tekRejected(11),
                        online(12),
                        initTftpPacketRcvd(13),
                        initTodRequestRcvd(14),
                        reset(15),
                        rangingInProgress(16),
                        rangingCompleted(17), -- deprecated
                        dhcpGotIpAddr(18),
                        rejStaleConfig(19),
                        rejIpSpoof(20),
                        rejClassFail(21),
                        rejRegNack(22),
                        bpiKekExpired(23),
                        bpiTekExpired(24),
                        shutdown(25),
                        channelChgInitRangingRcvd(26),
                        channelChgRangingInProgress(27)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Current Cable Modem connectivity state. The object extends
        states in docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue in more details. 

        The enumerations are:
        offline(1)                : modem considered offline.
        others(2)                 : states is in 
                                    docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue.
        initRangingRcvd(3)        : modem sent initial ranging.
        initDhcpReqRcvd(4)        : dhcp request received.
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(5): modem registered, but network
                                    access for the CM is disabled.
        onlineKekAssigned(6)      : modem registered, BPI enabled
                                    and KEK assigned.
        onlineTekAssigned(7)      : modem registered, BPI enabled
                                    and TEK assigned.
        rejectBadMic(8)           : modem did attempt to register
                                    but registration was refused
                                    due to bad mic.
        rejectBadCos(9)           : modem did attempt to register
                                    but registration was refused
                                    due to bad COS.
        kekRejected(10)           : KEK modem key assignment
                                    rejected.
        tekRejected(11)           : TEK modem key assignment
                                    rejected.
        online(12)                : modem registered, enabled for
                                    data.
        initTftpPacketRcvd(13)    : tftp packet received and option
                                    file transfer started. 
        initTodRquestRcvd(14)     : Time of the Day (TOD) request 
                                    received.
        reset(15)                 : modem is resetting.
        rangingInProgress(16)     : initial ranging is in progress.
        --          deprecated value 
        --          rangingCompleted(17)      : initial ranging is completed.
        dhcpGotIpAddr(18)         : modem has got an IP address 
                                    from the DHCP server.
        rejStaleConfig(19)        : modem did attempt to register
                                    but registration was refused
                                    due to stale Config.
        rejIpSpoof(20)            : modem did attempt to register
                                    but registration was refused
                                    due to IP Spoof.
        rejClassFail(21)          : modem did attempt to register
                                    but registration was refused
                                    due to Class failure.
        rejRegNack(22)            : modem did attempt to register
                                    but no acknowledgement was 
                                    received.
        bpiKekExpired(23)         : KEK modem key assignment
                                    expired.
        bpiTekExpired(24)         : TEK modem key assignment
                                    expired.
        shutdown(25)              : modem is in shutdown state.
        channelChgInitRangingRcvd(26)  : modem sent initial ranging
                                          during channel change.
        channelChgRangingInProgress(27) : initial ranging is in
                                          progress during channel
                                          change.

        This cdxCmtsCmStatusValue could return initRangingRcvd(3)
        or rangingInProgress(16) when the docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue
        is ranging(2).

        This cdxCmtsCmStatusValue will return others(2) when the
        docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue states is either
        rangingAborted(3), rangingComplete(4), and
        ipComplete(5).

        This cdxCmtsCmStatusValue could return online(12), or
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(5) for CM with BPI disabled, or
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(5) or onlineTekAssigned(7) for
        CM with BPI enabled, when the docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue
        is registrationComplete(6).

        This cdxCmtsCmStatusValue could return either
        rejectBadMic(8), rejectBadCos(9) rejStaleConfig(19) or
        rejRegNack(22) when the docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue
        is accessDenied(7) for possible reasons of cable modem
        registration abort.

        This cdxCmtsCmStatusValue could return either
        onlineKekAssigned(6), kekRejected(10), tekRejected(11),
        or online(12) for the CM with BPI enabled when the
        docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue is registeredBPIInitializing(9).

        The state rejectBadCos(9) is not applicable for DOCSIS1.1
        modems.

        The CMTS only reports states it is able to detect.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 1 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The number of times that the modem changes the connectivity
        state from 'offline' to 'online' over the time period from 
        the modem's first ranging message received by CMTS until 
        now.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5), 
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and 
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REFERENCE       "cdxCmtsCmStatusValue object." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 2 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..10000)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The percentage of time that the modem stays 'online' over
        the time period from the modem's first ranging message 
        received by CMTS until now. 

        The value for this object is 100 times bigger than the real
        percentage value. For example, 32.15% will be value 3215.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5), 
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and 
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as 
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REFERENCE       "cdxCmtsCmStatusValue object." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 3 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeInterval
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The minimum period of time the modem stayed 'online' over
        the time period from the modem's first ranging message 
        received by CMTS until now.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5), 
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and 
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as 
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REFERENCE       "cdxCmtsCmStatusValue object." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 4 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeInterval
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The average period of time the modem stayed 'online' over
        the time period from the modem's first ranging message 
        received by CMTS until now.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5), 
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and 
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as 
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REFERENCE       "cdxCmtsCmStatusValue object." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 5 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeInterval
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The maximum period of time the modem stayed 'online' over
        the time period from the modem's first ranging message 
        received by CMTS until now.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5), 
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and 
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as 
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REFERENCE       "cdxCmtsCmStatusValue object." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 6 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeInterval
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The minimum period of time modem stayed 'offline' over
        the time period from the modem's first ranging message 
        received by CMTS until now.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5), 
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and 
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as 
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REFERENCE       "cdxCmtsCmStatusValue object." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 7 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeInterval
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The average period of time the modem stayed 'offline' over
        the time period from the modem's first ranging message 
        received by CMTS until now.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5), 
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and 
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as 
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REFERENCE       "cdxCmtsCmStatusValue object." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 8 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeInterval
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The maximum period of time the modem stayed 'offline' over
        the time period from the modem's first ranging message 
        received by CMTS until now.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5), 
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and 
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as 
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
"
    REFERENCE       "cdxCmtsCmStatusValue object." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 9 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..16383)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The number of active dynamic SIDs on this modem.
        Prior to getting the assigned the Service Flow IDs(SFID)
        the CM must must complete a number of protocol 
        transactions. The CMTS assigns a temporary Service ID
        (SID) to complete these steps.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 10 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAddlInfo OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          BITS {
                        noisyPlant(0),
                        modemPowerMaxOut(1)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates additional attributes regarding
        the CM.
        1. noisyPlant indicates that the CM connection is noisy.
        2. modemPowerMaxOut indicates that the modem has reached
        its maximum power level.

        A bit of of this object is set to 1 if the condition
        indicated by the bit is satisfied.

        Note that BITS are encoded most significant bit
        first.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 11 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimesNum OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxResettableCounter32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The number of times that the modem changes the connectivity
        state from 'offline' to 'online' over the time period from
        the modem's first ranging message received by CMTS until
        now.

        The modem is considered as 'online' when the value for
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue is any of the values: online(5),
        onlineNetAccessDisabled(6), onlineKekAssigned(7), and
        onlineTekAssigned(8), and the modem is considered as
        'offline' for other values for cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.

        The value of this object is reset to 0 if the value in
        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusLastResetTime is changed.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 12 }

cdxIfCmtsCmStatusLastResetTime OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeStamp
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The last cable modem connectivity statistics reset time. If
        the value of  this object is '0', then the cable modem
        connectivity statistics had not been reset.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusExtEntry 13 }
 

-- CMTS MAC extension Table
--   
-- This table extends the attributes for CMTS MAC interface.
--   
-- This table includes attributes of the cable modem notification
-- enabling/disabling and the interval of cable modem notification sent
-- by the CMTS for a cable modem that the Mac interface supports. Also,
-- it contains the object to set the Dynamic Message Integrity Check
-- (DMIC) which users can configure how cable modems are handled if CMs
-- fail the DMIC.

cdxCmtsMacExtTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCmtsMacExtEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains the additions attributes of a CMTS MAC
        interface that provided by docsIfCmtsMacTable.
"
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 3 }

cdxCmtsMacExtEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCmtsMacExtEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Additional objects for docsIfCmtsMacTable entry including
        the cable modem notification enable/disable and the
        interval of cable modem notification sent by the CMTS for a
        cable modem that the Mac interface supports. An entry in
        this table exists for each ifEntry with an ifType of
        docsCableMaclayer(127). Additional objects added to
        determine the number of active/registered/total cable
        modems on this cable mac interface since boot. Also, it
        contains the object to set the Dynamic Message Integrity
        Check (DMIC) which users can configure how cable modems are
        handled if CMs fail the DMIC.
"
    REFERENCE       "docsIfCmtsMacTable in DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    AUGMENTS           { docsIfCmtsMacEntry  } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtTable 1 }

CdxCmtsMacExtEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable   TruthValue,
        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes    Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmTotal             Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmActive            Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmRegistered        Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmDMICMode          INTEGER,
        cdxCmtsCmDMICLockQos       Integer32
}

cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "An indication of whether the cdxCmtsCmOnOffNotification
        is enabled. The default value is false(2).
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtEntry 1 }

cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..86400)
    UNITS           "seconds"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The interval for cdxCmtsCmOnOffNotification sent by CMTS
        for one online/offline state change if
        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable is true. 

        If there are more than one state changes to online/offline 
        for a cable modem during this interval, only one 
        cdxCmtsCmOnOffNotification is sent by CMTS for the first 
        state change to online and one cdxCmtsCmOnOffNotification 
        for the first state changing to offline if 
        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable is true.

        This is to avoid too many notifications sent for a cable 
        modem online/offline state changes during a short period
        of time. 

        If the value is 0, then cdxCmtsCmOnOffNotification will be 
        sent for every state changes to online/offline for a cable 
        modem if cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable is true.  

        If cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable value changes from true to
        false or from false to true, this value will remain no
        change as before. 

        The default value is 600 seconds.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtEntry 2 }

cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (-1..255)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The default maximum number of permitted CPEs per modem
        in this cable interface. A modem can override this 
        value by setting the object cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber
        in the cdxCmtsCmTable.  

        The value -1 means the default value of maximum hosts 
        per modem in this cable interface is not specified.

        The value 0 means no maximum limit.

        Setting the value will not affect the already connected
        CPEs to the modems in this cable interface.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtEntry 3 }

cdxCmtsCmTotal OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The total count of cable modems on this cable mac interface
        since boot.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtEntry 4 }

cdxCmtsCmActive OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The count of cable modems that are active. Active cable
        modems are recognized by the cdxCmtsCmStatusValue 
        other than offline(1).
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtEntry 5 }

cdxCmtsCmRegistered OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The count of cable modems that are registered and online
        on this cable mac interface. Registered cable modems are 
        those with one of the following values. 
        registrationComplete(6) of docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue OR 
        either of online(12), kekRejected(10), 
        onlineKekAssigned(6), tekRejected(11), onlineTekAssigned(7)
        of cdxCmtsCmStatusValue
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtEntry 6 }

cdxCmtsCmDMICMode OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        notConfigured(1),
                        mark(2),
                        lock(3),
                        reject(4)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The Dynamic Shared Secret feature can operate in three
        different modes, depending on what action should be taken 
        for cable modems that fail the CMTS MIC verification check:
        notConfigured(1): It indicates that the DMIC is not 
                          configured for this cable interface.
        mark(2): By default, the Dynamic Shared Secret feature 
                 is enabled on all cable interfaces using the 
                 mark option. In this mode, the CMTS allows 
                 cable modems to come online even if they fail 
                 the CMTS MIC validity check. However, for
                 this modem cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICMode will
                 be labeled as marked.
        lock(3): When the lock option is used, the CMTS assigns 
                 a restrictive QoS configuration to CMs that 
                 fail the MIC validity check twice in a row. A 
                 particular QoS profile to be used for locked 
                 cable modems can be specified by setting 
                 cdxCmtsCmDMICLockQos.
                 If a customer resets their CM, the CM will 
                 reregister but still uses the restricted QoS 
                 profile. A locked CM continues with the 
                 restricted QoS profile until it goes offline 
                 and remains offline for at least 24 hours, at 
                 which point it is allowed to reregister with a 
                 valid DOCSIS configuration file. A system 
                 operator can manually clear the lock on a CM by 
                 setting cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICUnLock object.
        reject(4):  In the reject mode, the CMTS refuses to allow 
                    CMs to come online if they fail the CMTS MIC 
                    validity check.
"
    DEFVAL          { mark } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtEntry 7 }

cdxCmtsCmDMICLockQos OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (1..16383)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "If cdxCmtsCmDMICMode is set to lockingMode(3), this object
        would contain the restrictive QoS profile number as 
        indicated by docsIfQosProfIndex if set and it will 
        have 0 if not applicable or not defined. In case,
        cdxCmtsCmDMICMode is set to lockingMode(3) and this
        object is not defined then the CMTS defaults to special
        QoS profile that limits the downstream and upstream 
        service flows to a maximum rate of 10 kbps. However,
        for this to happen the modems should have the 
        permission to create QoS profile.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsMacExtEntry 8 }
 


-- CMTS Cable Modem channel override operation table and the related
-- objects
--   
-- A CMTS operator may perform downstream/upstream load balancing
-- or failure recovery using cdxCmtsCmChOverTable.  An entry
-- in this table is an operation from CMTS to generates downstream
-- frequency and upstream channel override fields in the RNG-RSP message
-- sent to a cable modem.  A RNG-RSP message is sent to a cable modem
-- during initial maintenance opportunity.
--   
-- This operation causes the uBR to place an entry for the cable
-- modem specified into the override request queue.  The link is
-- then broken by deleting the modem from its polling list.  When
-- the modem attempts initial ranging, the override request
-- causes downstream frequency and upstream channel override
-- fields to be inserted into the RNG-RSP message.

cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (1..86400)
    UNITS           "minutes"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The time period to expire a CMTS channel override
        operation. Within the time period, if the CMTS cannot send
        out a RNG-RSP message with channel override fields to a
        cable modem specified in the operation, the CMTS will abort
        the operation. The possible reason is that the cable 
        modem does not repeat the initial ranging. 

        The change to this object will not affect the already
        active operations in this cdxCmtsCmChOverTable.

        Once the operation completes, the management station should
        retrieve the values of the cdxCmtsCmChOverState 
        object of interest, and should then delete the entry
        from cdxCmtsCmChOverTable.  In order to prevent old 
        entries from clogging the table, entries will be aged out,
        but an entry will never be deleted within 15 minutes of 
        completing.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification (SP-RFI-I04-980724)
             , 6.3.2.5.3 Overriding Channels." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 4 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "A table of CMTS operation entries to instruct cable modems
        to move to a new downstream and/or upstream channel. 

        An entry in this table is an operation that has been 
        initiated from CMTS to generates downstream frequency and/or
        upstream channel override fields in the RNG-RSP message sent
        to a cable modem.  A RNG-RSP message is sent to a cable
        modem during initial maintenance opportunity. 

        This operation causes the uBR to place an entry for the
        cable modem specified into the override request queue. The
        link is then broken by deleting the modem from its polling
        list. When the modem attempts initial ranging, the override
        request causes downstream frequency and upstream channel
        override fields to be inserted into the RNG-RSP message.
"
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 5 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCmtsCmChOverEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "A CMTS operation entry to instruct a cable modem to move to
        a new downstream and/or upstream channel.

        A CMTS operator can use this to initiate an operation
        in CMTS to instruct a cable modem to move to a new
        downstream, or upstream channel or both. 

        Each entry consists of the mac address of the cable modem
        to be moved, a new downstream frequency, a new upstream
        channel id etc..  More than one entries could have for a
        cable modem, so there is a time stamp for each entry to
        show the time when this operation is initiated. 

        A management station wishing to create an entry should
        first generate a pseudo-random serial number to be used
        as the index to this sparse table.  The station should
        then create the associated instance of the row status
        object. It must also, either in the same or in successive
        PDUs, create the associated instance of the command and
        parameter objects. It should also modify the default values
        for any of the parameter objects if the defaults are not
        appropriate.

        Once the appropriate instances of all the command
        objects have been created, either by an explicit SNMP
        set request or by default, the row status should be set
        to active to initiate the operation. Note that this entire
        procedure may be initiated via a single set request which
        specifies a row status  of createAndGo as well as specifies
        valid values for the non-defaulted parameter objects.

        Once an operation has been activated, it cannot be stopped.
        That is, it will run until either the CMTS has generated 
        downstream frequency and/or upstream channel override
        fields in the RNG-RSP message sent to a cable modem or time
        out. In either case, the operation is completed.

        Once the operation is completed, the real result of the 
        operation to the cable modem cannot be known from this
        table. The result of the cable modem's downstream frequency
        and the upstream channel id can be checked from other MIB
        tables. For example, docsIfCmtsServiceTable from
        DOCS-IF-MIB can be used to check whether the cable modem's
        downstream frequency and upstream channel id are changed. 
        Please note that even the CMTS has generated downstream
        frequency and/or upstream channel override fields in the
        RNG-RSP message sent to a cable modems, if the cable modem
        cannot lock the instructed downstream frequency or no
        upstream channel id could be used, it may reconnect back to
        the original downstream frequency and upstream channel id. 

        Once the operation completes, the management station should
        retrieve the values of the cdxCmtsCmChOverState 
        objects of interest, and should then delete the entry.  
        In order to prevent old entries from clogging the table, 
        entries will be aged out, but an entry will never be
        deleted within 15 minutes of completing.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification (SP-RFI-I04-980724)
             , 6.3.2.5.3 Overriding Channels."
    INDEX           { cdxCmtsCmChOverSerialNumber } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverTable 1 }

CdxCmtsCmChOverEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxCmtsCmChOverSerialNumber     Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress       MacAddress,
        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency    Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId      Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion TruthValue,
        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime  TimeStamp,
        cdxCmtsCmChOverState            INTEGER,
        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus        RowStatus
}

cdxCmtsCmChOverSerialNumber OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (1..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Object which specifies a unique entry in the
        table. A management station wishing to initiate a
        channel override operation should use a pseudo-random 
        value for this object when creating or modifying an 
        instance of a cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 1 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          MacAddress
    MAX-ACCESS      read-create
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The mac address of the cable modem that the CMTS instructs
        to move to a new downstream and/or upstream channel.  

        This column must be set to a valid Mac address currently in
        the CMTS in order for this entry's row status to be set to
        active successfully.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 2 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..1000000000)
    UNITS           "hertz"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-create
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The new downstream frequency which the cable modem is
        instructed to move to.  The value 0 is to ask the CMTS not
        to override the downstream frequency.
"
    DEFVAL          { 0 } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 3 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (-1..255)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-create
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The new channel Id which the cable modem is instructed to
        move to.  The value -1 is to ask the CMTS not to override
        the upstream channel Id.
"
    DEFVAL          { -1 } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 4 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS      read-create
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Specifies whether or not a cdxCmtsCmChOverNotification
        should be issued on completion of the operation.  If such a
        notification is desired, it is the responsibility of the 
        management entity to ensure that the SNMP administrative
        model is configured in such a way as to allow the
        notification to be delivered.
"
    DEFVAL          { false } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 5 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TimeStamp
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The value of sysUpTime at which the operation was
        initiated. Since it is possible to have more than one entry
        in this table for a cable modem, this object can help to
        distinguish the entries for the same cable modem.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 6 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverState OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        messageSent(1),
                        commandNotActive(2),
                        noOpNeeded(3),
                        modemNotFound(4),
                        waitToSendMessage(5),
                        timeOut(6)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The status of the specified channel override operation.
        The enumerations are:
          messageSent(1): the CMTS has sent a RNG-RSP message 
                      with channel override to the cable modem. 
          commandNotActive(2): the command is not in active mode
                               due to this entry's row status is
                               not in active yet.
          noOpNeed(3): The downstream frequency and the upstream 
                       channel Id in this entry are the same as 
                       original ones when this entry's row status
                       is set to active, so CMTS does not need to 
                       do any operation.  
          modemNotFound(4): The modem is not found in the CMTS
                            at the time when the command becomes
                            active.
          waitToSendMessage(5): specified the operation is active
                                and CMTS is waiting to send
                                a RNG-RSP message with channel 
                                override to the cable modem.
          timeOut(6): specified the operation is timed out.
                      That is, the CMTS cannot send a RNG-RSP
                      message with channel override to the cable
                      modem within the time specified in the object
                      of cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration. 
                      The possible reason is that the cable modem
                      does not repeat the initial ranging. 

           The possible state change diagram is as below: 
           [commandNotActive ->] waitToSendMessage -> 
               messageSent or timeOut. 
           [commandNotActive ->] noOpNeeded or modemNotFound.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification (SP-RFI-I04-980724)
             , 6.3.2.5.3 Overriding Channels." 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 7 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          RowStatus
    MAX-ACCESS      read-create
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The status of this table entry.

        This value for cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress must be valid Mac 
        address currently in the CMTS in order for the row 
        status to be set to active successfully. 

        Once the row status becomes active and state becomes 
        waitToSendMessage, the entry cannot not be changed except 
        to delete the entry by setting the row status to destroy(6)
        and since the operation cannot be stopped, the destroy(6) 
        will just cause the SNMP agent to hide the entry from 
        application and the SNMP agent will delete the entry 
        right after the operation is completed.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmChOverEntry 8 }
 

-- CMTS Cable modem (CM) Table
--   
-- This table contains attributes or configurable parameters
-- for cable modems from a CMTS.
--   
-- A CMTS operator can use this table to report a cable modem's
-- attributes or configure a cable modem by a cable modem's
-- MAC address.

cdxCmtsCmTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCmtsCmEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains attributes or configurable parameters
        for cable modems from a CMTS.
"
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 6 }

cdxCmtsCmEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCmtsCmEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The list contains a cable modem's attributes or
        configurable parameters from a CMTS.
"
    INDEX           { docsIfCmtsCmStatusIndex } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmTable 1 }

CdxCmtsCmEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber  Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber Integer32,
        cdxCmtsCmQosProfile    Integer32
}

cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (-1..255)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The maximum number of permitted CPEs connecting to the
        modem. 

        The value -1 means to use the default value of maximum 
        hosts per modem in the CMTS cable interface which the modem
        connects to and the value is defined in 
        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes in the cdxCmtsMacExtTable. 

        The value 0 means no maximum limit.

        Setting the value will not affect the already connected
        CPEs to the modem.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmEntry 1 }

cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..255)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The current number of CPEs connecting to the modem.

        The value 0 means no hosts connecting to the modem.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmEntry 2 }

-- This object is similar to the docsIfCmtsServiceQosProfile which
-- is indexed by docsIfCmtsServiceId. However it allows for write
-- capability so that one can change the Qos Profile associated
-- with a cable modem.

cdxCmtsCmQosProfile OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..16383)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The index in docsIfQosProfileTable describing the quality
        of service attributes associated with this particular
        modem's primary SID. 

        When trying to change the value, if the new value is not 
        a valid index in the docsIfQosProfileTable, the modem will 
        retain the old docsIfQosProfileTable entry. If no associated
        docsIfQosProfileTable entry exists for this modem, 
        this object returns a value of zero on read.

        This object has meaning only for DOCSIS1.0 cable modems.
        For cable modems in DOCSIS1.1 or above mode, this object will
        report 0 and cannot be changed to any other values since 
        there is no QoS profile associated with cable modems in 
        DOCSIS1.1 or above mode.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmEntry 3 }
 

-- CMTS CM status DMIC extension table
--   
-- This table extends the CM status information in
-- docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable.

cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCmtsCmStatusDMICEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains the list of modems which failed the CMTS
        Dynamic Message Integrity Check (DMIC). The modems are 
        either
        Marked: The modems failed the DMIC check but were still 
                allowed to come online.
        Locked: The modems failed the DMIC check and hence were 
                allowed to come online with a restrictive QoS 
                profile as defined in  cdxCmtsCmDMICLockQos.
        Rejected: The modems failed the DMIC check and hence
                  were not allowed to come online.
        Another objective of the objects in this table is to clear
        the lock on the modems.
"
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 7 }

cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCmtsCmStatusDMICEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Additional DMIC objects for docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable
        entry.
"
    INDEX           { docsIfCmtsCmStatusIndex } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICTable 1 }

CdxCmtsCmStatusDMICEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICMode   INTEGER,
        cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICUnLock TruthValue
}

cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICMode OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          INTEGER  {
                        mark(1),
                        lock(2),
                        reject(3)
                    }
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This shows all the cable modems that are online or offline
        and that had failed the Dynamic CMTS MIC verification
        check. The state is mentioned as follows:
        mark(1): The modem was allowed to come online.
        lock(2): The modem was allowed to come online but with
                   a restrictive QoS profile as defined by 
                   cdxCmtsCmDMICLockQos.
        reject(3): The modem was not allowed to come online.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICEntry 1 }

cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICUnLock OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "When set to TRUE, it forces the cable modems to
        reinitialize, and the cable modems must re-register
        with a valid DOCSIS configuration file before being
        allowed online. Otherwise, the cable modem is locked 
        in its current restricted QoS profile and cannot 
        reregister with a different profile until it has 
        been offline for at least 24 hours.
        If cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICUnLock is set to TRUE, and
        re-init succeeds, that modem row is removed from the
        cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICTable. And if re-init again fails,
        the row remains in that table, possibly with a new
        value for cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICMode
        When polled, it will always return FALSE.
"
    DEFVAL          { false } 
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICEntry 2 }
 

-- Cable Modem to Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) table

cdxCmToCpeTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCmToCpeEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains information about CPE connects behind
        cable modem. It will return IP address and IP address type
        of each CPE connect to a CM.

        It is not intended to walk the whole table. An application
        would need to query this table based on the specific indices.
        Otherwise, it will impact the CMTS performance due to the 
        huge size of this table.

        The agent creates/destroys/modifies an entry whenever there
        is a CPE connect to a cable modem or disconnect from a cable
        modem.
"
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 8 }

cdxCmToCpeEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCmToCpeEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Represents an entry in the table. Each entry is created if
        there is CPE connects to a cable modem.

        The indices uniquely identify a CPE. It is never the intent
        for an application to perform a SNMP Get operation against
        a table of this nature, rather it is the intent to merely
        enumberate mappings. 

        An application would determine the CPEs behind all cable
        modems by performing a SNMP GetNext starting with the
        variable bindings:
        - cdxCmToCpeInetAddressType.0
        - cdxCmToCpeInetAddress.0

        It will return the IP address type and value tuple
        corresponding to the CPE with lowest IP address behind the
        cable modem with the lowest MAC address. An application can
        perform a SNMP GetNext operation with the following variable
        bindings:
        - cdxCmToCpeInetAddressType.x.y.z
        - cdxCmToCpeInetAddress.x.y.z
        where x is MAC address of cable modem, and y.z is IP address
        type and value tuple of the reported CPE.
        An application can repeat this process until it has
        traversed the entire table.

        If the application only wants to know the CPEs behind a
        given cable modem, it can perform a SNMP GetNext opertaion
        with the following:
        - cdxCmToCpeInetAddressType.x
        - cdxCmToCpeInetAddress.x
        where x is MAC address of cable modem.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724.) docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable,
             docsIfCmtsServiceTable in DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    INDEX           {
                        cdxCmToCpeCmMacAddress,
                        cdxCmToCpeInetAddressType,
                        cdxCmToCpeInetAddress
                    } 
    ::= { cdxCmToCpeTable 1 }

CdxCmToCpeEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxCmToCpeCmMacAddress    MacAddress,
        cdxCmToCpeInetAddressType InetAddressType,
        cdxCmToCpeInetAddress     InetAddress
}

cdxCmToCpeCmMacAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          MacAddress
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The MAC address that uniquely identifies a cable modem
        that CPEs connects to.
" 
    ::= { cdxCmToCpeEntry 1 }

cdxCmToCpeInetAddressType OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
   DESCRIPTION        "The type of Internet address of the cdxCmToCpeInetAddress.
"
    ::= { cdxCmToCpeEntry 2 }

cdxCmToCpeInetAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
   DESCRIPTION        "This object identifies the address assigned to this CPE.
"
    ::= { cdxCmToCpeEntry 3 }
 

-- Customer Premises Equipments (CPE) to cable modem table

cdxCpeToCmTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxCpeToCmEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains information about cable modems with CPE
        connects to.

        It is not intended to walk the whole table. An application
        would need to query this table base on the specific index.
        Otherwise, it will impact the CMTS performance due to the
        huge size of this table.

        The agent creates/destroys/modifies an entry whenever there
        is update for the cable modem that CPE connects to.
"
    ::= { cdxCmtsCmCpeObjects 9 }

cdxCpeToCmEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxCpeToCmEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "An entry in cdxCpeToCmTable. Each entry contains information
        on the MAC address, IP Address, and status index for the 
        cable modem with a specific CPE connects to. Each entry is
        created if there is any cable modem with CPE connects to.
        Entries are ordered by cdxCpeToCmCpeMacAddress.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724.) docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable,
             docsIfCmtsServiceTable in DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    INDEX           { cdxCpeToCmCpeMacAddress } 
    ::= { cdxCpeToCmTable 1 }

CdxCpeToCmEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxCpeToCmCpeMacAddress   MacAddress,
        cdxCpeToCmMacAddress      MacAddress,
        cdxCpeToCmInetAddressType InetAddressType,
        cdxCpeToCmInetAddress     InetAddress,
        cdxCpeToCmStatusIndex     Integer32
}

cdxCpeToCmCpeMacAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          MacAddress
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
   DESCRIPTION        "This object identifies the MAC address of the CPE.
"
    ::= { cdxCpeToCmEntry 1 }

cdxCpeToCmMacAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          MacAddress
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
   DESCRIPTION        "This object identifies the MAC address of the cable modem.
"
    ::= { cdxCpeToCmEntry 2 }

cdxCpeToCmInetAddressType OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          InetAddressType
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The type of Internet address of the cdxCpeToCmInetAddress
        object.
" 
    ::= { cdxCpeToCmEntry 3 }

cdxCpeToCmInetAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          InetAddress
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object identifies the address assigned to this cable
        modem.
" 
    ::= { cdxCpeToCmEntry 4 }

cdxCpeToCmStatusIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (1..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "An entry in docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable identifying status
        index of the cable modem which the CPE connects to.
"
    REFERENCE       "docsIfCmtsCmStatusTable from DOCS-IF-MIB" 
    ::= { cdxCpeToCmEntry 5 }
 

-- CMTS Upstream Group
--   
-- Upstream impairment mitigation techniques are crucial to enhancing
-- the communications reliability of two-way HFC cable plants. The
-- hardware and software based capabilities built in to the CMTS assist
-- in automatic noise mitigation.
--   
-- This group contains tables in CMTS for configuring the upstream
-- channel attributes for automated Spectrum Management.
--   
-- In addition the group also has the count of cable modems on this
-- upstream. Separate counts are used to represent the number of active,
-- registered and total number cable modems on this upstream .
--   

-- CMTS Upstream Channel Table
--   
-- This table contains the additional upstream channel attributes .
-- The additional configurable objects for automated Spectrum Management
-- are the modulation profile and channel width needed for the frequency
-- hop algorithm used for noise mitigation.
--   
-- Another upstream channel attribute is the number of cable modems.
-- There are three objects to represent each of the following counts:
-- Total: # of modems that were seen on this upstream since boot
-- Active: # of modems that are active(not online or reset).
-- Registered: # of modems that are registered and online.
--   
-- The upstream input power attribute is also reported in the table.

cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          SEQUENCE OF CdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains upstream channel attributes for
        automated Spectrum management, in addition to the ones
        provided by docsIfUpstreamChannelEntry.
        It also contains upstream channel attributes to count 
        the number of active, registered and total number of cable
        modems on this upstream.
"
    ::= { cdxSpecMgmtObjects 1 }

cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          CdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry
    MAX-ACCESS      not-accessible
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Additional objects for docsIfUpstreamChannelEntry,
        including the secondary upstream channel modulation
        profile, the lower bound for the channel width and the
        number of active, registered and total number of cable
        modems on this upstream channel.
"
    REFERENCE
        "Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
             Radio Frequency Interface Specification
             (SP-RFI-I04-980724.) docsIfUpstreamChannelTable in
             DOCS-IF-MIB.my."
    AUGMENTS           { docsIfUpstreamChannelEntry  } 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtTable 1 }

CdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        cdxIfUpChannelWidth              Integer32,
        cdxIfUpChannelModulationProfile  Unsigned32,
        cdxIfUpChannelCmTotal            Integer32,
        cdxIfUpChannelCmActive           Integer32,
        cdxIfUpChannelCmRegistered       Integer32,
        cdxIfUpChannelInputPowerLevel    TenthdBmV,
        cdxIfUpChannelAvgUtil            Integer32,
        cdxIfUpChannelAvgContSlots       Integer32,
        cdxIfUpChannelRangeSlots         Integer32,
        cdxIfUpChannelNumActiveUGS       Unsigned32,
        cdxIfUpChannelMaxUGSLastOneHour  Unsigned32,
        cdxIfUpChannelMinUGSLastOneHour  Unsigned32,
        cdxIfUpChannelAvgUGSLastOneHour  Unsigned32,
        cdxIfUpChannelMaxUGSLastFiveMins Unsigned32,
        cdxIfUpChannelMinUGSLastFiveMins Unsigned32,
        cdxIfUpChannelAvgUGSLastFiveMins Unsigned32
}

cdxIfUpChannelWidth OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..16000000)
    UNITS           "hertz"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The lower bound for the bandwidth of this upstream channel.
        The bandwidth specified by docsIfUpChannelWidth is used as
        the upper bound of the upstream channel. The two objects,
        docsIfUpChannelWidth and cdxIfUpChannelWidth, in 
        conjunction, define the upstream channel width range to be
        used for the automated spectrum management.

        This object returns 0 if the channel width is undefined 
        or unknown.

        For those upstreams in the linecards which do not have the
        automated spectrum management feature, this channel width
        is undefined and always has value 0.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 1 }

cdxIfUpChannelModulationProfile OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Unsigned32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The secondary modulation profile for the upstream channel.
        This should be a QPSK modulation profile if the primary
        profile is QAM-16. The CMTS will switch from primary
        profile (QAM16) to secondary profile (QPSK) depending on
        the noise level of a particular spectrum band.

        This is an entry identical to the docsIfModIndex in the 
        docsIfCmtsModulationTable that describes this channel.
        This channel is further instantiated there by a grouping
        of interval usage codes which together fully describe the
        channel modulation. This object returns 0 if the
        docsIfCmtsModulationTable does not exist or is empty.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 2 }

cdxIfUpChannelCmTotal OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..8191)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The total count of cable modems on this upstream channel
        since boot.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 3 }

cdxIfUpChannelCmActive OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..8191)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The count of cable modems that are active. Active cable
        modems are recognized by the cdxCmtsCmStatusValue other
        than offline(1).
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 4 }

cdxIfUpChannelCmRegistered OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..8191)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The count of cable modems that are registered and online
        on this upstream. Registered cable modems are those
        with one of the following values:
        registrationComplete(6) of docsIfCmtsCmStatusValue OR
        online(12), kekRejected(10), onlineKekAssigned(6),
        tekRejected(11), onlineTekAssigned(7) of 
        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 5 }

cdxIfUpChannelInputPowerLevel OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          TenthdBmV (-100..250)
    MAX-ACCESS      read-write
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The Upstream Input power level at the CMTS interface.
        This is the expected power level and is different from the
        actual power received. If not configured the default value
        is 0 dBmV and is also the optimum setting power level for
        the upstream. For FPGA line cards, the valid range
        is <-10 to 10> dBmV and for ASIC Line cards, it is 
        <-10  to 25> dBmV.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 6 }

cdxIfUpChannelAvgUtil OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..100)
    UNITS           "percent"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The average percentage of upstream channel utilization.
        This item indicates the running average of percent
        channel utilization in CMTS upstream Mac scheduler.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 7 }

cdxIfUpChannelAvgContSlots OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..100)
    UNITS           "percent"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The average percentage of contention mini-slots. This
        item indicates the running average of percent
        contention mini-slots in CMTS upstream Mac scheduler.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 8 }

cdxIfUpChannelRangeSlots OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Integer32 (0..100)
    UNITS           "percent"
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The average percentage of initial ranging mini-slots.
        This item indicates the running average of percent
        initial ranging mini-slots in CMTS upstream Mac
        scheduler.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 9 }

cdxIfUpChannelNumActiveUGS OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Unsigned32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates the number of active
        Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) on a given upstream.
        This would be used for the user to evaluate traffic 
        load at any given time of the day.

        The Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) is designed to 
        support real-time service flows that generate fixed
        size data packets on a periodic basis.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 10 }

cdxIfUpChannelMaxUGSLastOneHour OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Unsigned32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates the maximum number of
        Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) allocated on a
        given upstream in the last one hour. This would be
        used for the user to evaluate traffic load at any
        given time of the day.

        The Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) is designed to
        support real-time service flows that generate fixed
        size data packets on a periodic basis.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 11 }

cdxIfUpChannelMinUGSLastOneHour OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Unsigned32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates the minimum number of
        Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) allocated on a
        given upstream in the last one hour. This would be
        used for the user to evaluate traffic load at any
        given time of the day.

        The Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) is designed to
        support real-time service flows that generate fixed
        size data packets on a periodic basis.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 12 }

cdxIfUpChannelAvgUGSLastOneHour OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Unsigned32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates the average number of
        Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) allocated on a
        given upstream in the last one hour. This would be
        used for the user to evaluate traffic load at any
        given time of the day.

        The Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) is designed to
        support real-time service flows that generate fixed
        size data packets on a periodic basis.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 13 }

cdxIfUpChannelMaxUGSLastFiveMins OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Unsigned32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates the maximum number of
        Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) allocated on a
        given upstream in the last five minutes. This would 
        be used for the user to evaluate traffic load at
        any given time of the day.

        The Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) is designed to
        support real-time service flows that generate fixed
        size data packets on a periodic basis.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 14 }

cdxIfUpChannelMinUGSLastFiveMins OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Unsigned32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates the minimum number of
        Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) allocated on a
        given upstream in the last five minutes. This would 
        be used for the user to evaluate traffic load at
        any given time of the day.

        The Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) is designed to
        support real-time service flows that generate fixed
        size data packets on a periodic basis.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 15 }

cdxIfUpChannelAvgUGSLastFiveMins OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX          Unsigned32
    MAX-ACCESS      read-only
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates the average number of
        Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) allocated on a
        given upstream in the last five minutes. This would 
        be used for the user to evaluate traffic load at
        any given time of the day.

        The Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) is designed to
        support real-time service flows that generate fixed
        size data packets on a periodic basis.
" 
    ::= { cdxIfUpstreamChannelExtEntry 16 }
 

-- The Cisco DOCS Extension MIB Notifications

ciscoDocsExtNotificationsPrefix  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtMIB 2 }

ciscoDocsExtNotifications  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtNotificationsPrefix 0 }


cdxCmtsCmOnOffNotification NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS         {
                        docsIfCmtsCmStatusMacAddress,
                        docsIfCmtsCmStatusIpAddress,
                        docsIfCmtsCmStatusDownChannelIfIndex,
                        docsIfCmtsCmStatusUpChannelIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue
                    }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This notification indicates that the cable modem coming
        online and going offline. A notification will be sent from
        CMTS for a cable modem status changing to online or offline
        within the interval specified in
        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval.
"
   ::= { ciscoDocsExtNotifications 1 }

cdxCmtsCmChOverNotification NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState
                    }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This notification is sent at the completion of a CMTS
        channel override operation if 
        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion is true in the
        original entry.

        Once a channel override operation has been activated, it 
        cannot be stopped.  That is, it will run until either the 
        CMTS has generated downstream frequency and/or upstream 
        channel override fields in the RNG-RSP message sent to a 
        cable modem or 
        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration time expired.
        In either case, the operation is completed. State in the 
        cdxCmtsCmChOverState object will tell in which 
        condition the operation is completed.
"
   ::= { ciscoDocsExtNotifications 2 }

cdxCmtsCmDMICLockNotification NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    OBJECTS         { docsIfCmtsCmStatusMacAddress }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "This notification is sent whenever a modem is locked because
        it failed the Dynamic Message Integrity Check.
"
   ::= { ciscoDocsExtNotifications 3 }
-- The Cisco DOCS Extension MIB Conformance Statements
--   

--   
-- Conformance statement

ciscoDocsExtConformance  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtMIB 3 }

cdxDocsExtCompliances  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtConformance 1 }

cdxDocsExtGroups  OBJECT IDENTIFIER
    ::= { ciscoDocsExtConformance 2 }


-- compliance statements

cdxDocsExtCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroup,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroup
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 1 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev1 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev1,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev1,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroup
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 2 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev2 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS 
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev1,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev2,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroup
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 3 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev3 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev1,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev3,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev1
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 4 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev4 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev2,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev4,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev1
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 5 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev5 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev2,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev4,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev2,
                        cdxNotifGroup
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 6 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev6 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev2,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev4,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev3,
                        cdxNotifGroup
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 7 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev7 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev2,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev5,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev3,
                        cdxNotifGroup
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 8 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev8 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev2,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev6,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev3,
                        cdxNotifGroup
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 9 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev9 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev2,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev7,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev3,
                        cdxNotifGroupRev1
                    }

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 10 }

cdxDocsExtComplianceRev10 MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "The compliance statement for devices that implement MCNS
        compliant Radio Frequency Interfaces and DOCSIS
        features.
"
    MODULE          -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
                        cdxQosCtrlGroupRev2,
                        cdxQosQueueGroup,
                        cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev3,
                        cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev8,
                        cdxNotifGroupRev1
                    }

    GROUP           cdxCmtsCmCpeDeleteGroup
    DESCRIPTION        "This group is conditional mandatory for devices that support
        deletion of Cable Modem(CM) or Customer Premises Equipment(CPE)
        in CMTS.
"

    OBJECT          cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration
    MIN-ACCESS      read-only
    DESCRIPTION        "Write access is not required.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtCompliances 11 }

-- MIB groupings

cdxQosCtrlGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionCtrl,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpMaxRsvdBWPercent,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionRejects,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpReservedBW,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpMaxVirtualBW,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitAlgm,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitExpWt,
                        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutOctets,
                        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutPackets,
                        cdxQosMaxUpBWExcessRequests,
                        cdxQosMaxDownBWExcessPackets
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) cable interfaces for states of the scheduler
        supporting 
        Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
        1.0 Quality of Service (QoS).
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 1 }

cdxQosQueueGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxBWQueueOrder,
                        cdxBWQueueNumServedBeforeYield,
                        cdxBWQueueType,
                        cdxBWQueueMaxDepth,
                        cdxBWQueueDepth,
                        cdxBWQueueDiscards
                    }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) cable interfaces for the queuing states of
        the scheduler supporting Data-Over-Cable Service Interface
        Specifications (DOCSIS) Quality of Service (QoS). Each
        upstream scheduler maintains a queue set, but the
        downstream schedulers does not in DOCSIS QoS. So only each
        upstream has an entry for DOCSIS QoS support.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 2 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIpAddress,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring cable modems or
        Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 3 }

cdxQosCtrlGroupRev1 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionCtrl,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpMaxRsvdBWPercent,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionRejects,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpReservedBW,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpMaxVirtualBW,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitAlgm,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitExpWt,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitShpGranularity,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitShpMaxDelay,
                        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutOctets,
                        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutPackets,
                        cdxQosMaxUpBWExcessRequests,
                        cdxQosMaxDownBWExcessPackets
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) cable interfaces for states of the scheduler
        supporting 
        Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications (DOCSIS)
        Quality of Service (QoS).
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 4 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev1 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIpAddress,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring cable modems or
        Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 5 }

cdxSpecMgmtGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxIfUpChannelWidth,
                        cdxIfUpChannelModulationProfile
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) cable interfaces for automated upstream
        spectrum management.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 6 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev2 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIpAddress,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmCpeResetNow,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring 
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 7 }

cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev1 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxIfUpChannelWidth,
                        cdxIfUpChannelModulationProfile,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmTotal,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmActive,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmRegistered
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) cable interfaces for automated upstream 
        spectrum management.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 8 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev3 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIpAddress,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmCpeResetNow,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmTotal,
                        cdxCmtsCmActive,
                        cdxCmtsCmRegistered,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring 
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 9 }

cdxQosCtrlGroupRev2 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionCtrl,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpMaxRsvdBWPercent,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpAdmissionRejects,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpReservedBW,
                        cdxQosCtrlUpMaxVirtualBW,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitAlgm,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitExpWt,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitShpGranularity,
                        cdxQosIfRateLimitShpMaxDelay,
                        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutOctets,
                        cdxIfCmtsServiceOutPackets,
                        cdxQosMaxUpBWExcessRequests,
                        cdxQosMaxDownBWExcessPackets,
                        cdxUpInfoElemStatsIEType
                    }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) cable interfaces for states of the scheduler
        supporting Data-Over-Cable Service Interface Specifications
        (DOCSIS) Quality of Service (QoS).Statistics about the IE 
        types in the Upstream channel.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 10 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev4 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIpAddress,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmCpeResetNow,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAddlInfo,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmTotal,
                        cdxCmtsCmActive,
                        cdxCmtsCmRegistered,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring 
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 11 }

cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev2 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxIfUpChannelWidth,
                        cdxIfUpChannelModulationProfile,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmTotal,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmActive,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmRegistered,
                        cdxIfUpChannelInputPowerLevel
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) for upstream interfaces.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 12 }

cdxNotifGroup NOTIFICATION-GROUP
   NOTIFICATIONS    {
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffNotification,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverNotification
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "A group of notifications implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 13 }

cdxSpecMgmtGroupRev3 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxIfUpChannelWidth,
                        cdxIfUpChannelModulationProfile,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmTotal,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmActive,
                        cdxIfUpChannelCmRegistered,
                        cdxIfUpChannelInputPowerLevel,
                        cdxIfUpChannelAvgUtil,
                        cdxIfUpChannelAvgContSlots,
                        cdxIfUpChannelRangeSlots,
                        cdxIfUpChannelNumActiveUGS,
                        cdxIfUpChannelMaxUGSLastOneHour,
                        cdxIfUpChannelMinUGSLastOneHour,
                        cdxIfUpChannelAvgUGSLastOneHour,
                        cdxIfUpChannelMaxUGSLastFiveMins,
                        cdxIfUpChannelMinUGSLastFiveMins,
                        cdxIfUpChannelAvgUGSLastFiveMins
                    }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem Termination
        Systems (CMTS) for upstream interfaces.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 14 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev5 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmCpeResetNow,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAddlInfo,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmTotal,
                        cdxCmtsCmActive,
                        cdxCmtsCmRegistered,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimesNum,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusLastResetTime
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 15 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev6 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmCpeResetNow,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAddlInfo,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmTotal,
                        cdxCmtsCmActive,
                        cdxCmtsCmRegistered,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmQosProfile,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimesNum,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusLastResetTime
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 16 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev7 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIpAddress,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmCpeResetNow,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAddlInfo,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmTotal,
                        cdxCmtsCmActive,
                        cdxCmtsCmRegistered,
                        cdxCmtsCmDMICMode,
                        cdxCmtsCmDMICLockQos,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmQosProfile,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICMode,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICUnLock,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimesNum,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusLastResetTime
                    }
    STATUS          obsolete
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 17 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeGroupRev8 OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         {
                        cdxCmCpeType,
                        cdxCmCpeIpAddress,
                        cdxCmCpeIfIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeCmtsServiceId,
                        cdxCmCpeCmStatusIndex,
                        cdxCmCpeAccessGroup,
                        cdxCmCpeResetNow,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusValue,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimes,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusPercentOnline,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOnlineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMinOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAvgOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusMaxOfflineTime,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusDynSidCount,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusAddlInfo,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapEnable,
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffTrapInterval,
                        cdxCmtsCmDefaultMaxCpes,
                        cdxCmtsCmTotal,
                        cdxCmtsCmActive,
                        cdxCmtsCmRegistered,
                        cdxCmtsCmDMICMode,
                        cdxCmtsCmDMICLockQos,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTimeExpiration,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverMacAddress,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverDownFrequency,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverUpChannelId,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverTrapOnCompletion,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverOpInitiatedTime,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverState,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverRowStatus,
                        cdxCmtsCmMaxCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmCurrCpeNumber,
                        cdxCmtsCmQosProfile,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICMode,
                        cdxCmtsCmStatusDMICUnLock,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusOnlineTimesNum,
                        cdxIfCmtsCmStatusLastResetTime,
                        cdxCmToCpeInetAddressType,
                        cdxCmToCpeInetAddress,
                        cdxCpeToCmMacAddress,
                        cdxCpeToCmInetAddressType,
                        cdxCpeToCmInetAddress,
                        cdxCpeToCmStatusIndex
                    }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "Group of objects implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 18 }

cdxNotifGroupRev1 NOTIFICATION-GROUP
   NOTIFICATIONS    {
                        cdxCmtsCmOnOffNotification,
                        cdxCmtsCmChOverNotification,
                        cdxCmtsCmDMICLockNotification
                    }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "A group of notifications implemented in Cable Modem
        Termination Systems (CMTS) for managing and monitoring
        cable modems or Customer Premises Equipments.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 19 }

cdxCmtsCmCpeDeleteGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS         { cdxCmCpeDeleteNow }
    STATUS          current
    DESCRIPTION        "A collection of object(s) to delete Cable Modem(CM) or Customer
        Premises Equipment(CPE) in CMTS.
"
    ::= { cdxDocsExtGroups 20 }

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