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-- ********************************************************************
-- XGCP-MIB.my:  Media Gateway Control Protocol Management Information 
--               Base
--
-- November 1998, Dinh D. Nguyen and Rick Chen
--
-- Copyright (c) 1998-99 by cisco Systems, Inc.
-- All rights reserved.
-- ********************************************************************
--
-- Currently, no RFC or Internet-Draft MIB is defined to manage Media  
-- Gateway Control protocols - XGCP (e.g. MGCP, SGCP).This new XGCP-MIB 
-- has to be defined for managing SGCP/MGCP interfaces and information.
--
-- The MIB is based on the following control protocol specifications:
-- 1. Simple Gateway Control Protocol, Maurico Arango, Christian 
--    Huitema, Draft16, Version 1.1, June 30, 1998
-- 2. Media Gateway Control Protocol, Mauricio Arango, Andrew Dugan, 
--    Issac Elliot, Christian Huitema, Scott Pickett, INTERNET-DRAFT, 
--    Feb 1, 1999

XGCP-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS
    experimental,
    MODULE-IDENTITY, 
    OBJECT-TYPE, 
    Integer32, 
    Counter32, 
    IpAddress, 
    NOTIFICATION-TYPE
		FROM SNMPv2-SMI
    TimeStamp,
    TruthValue,
    DisplayString 	
                FROM SNMPv2-TC
    MODULE-COMPLIANCE, 
    OBJECT-GROUP    
 		FROM SNMPv2-CONF;

xgcpMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
    LAST-UPDATED "9902170000Z"
    ORGANIZATION "Will submit this new XGCP-MIB to IETF-DRAFT"
    CONTACT-INFO
            "        Dinh D. Nguyen 

             Postal: Cisco Systems, Inc.
                     170 West Tasman Drive
                     San Jose, CA  95134-1706
                     US

             Phone:  +1 408 525 1624
             Email:  dinhn@cisco.com

                     Rick N. Chen 

             Postal: Cisco Systems, Inc.
                     170 West Tasman Drive
                     San Jose, CA  95134-1706
                     US

             Phone:  +1 408 525 6367
             Email:  richen@cisco.com"
    DESCRIPTION            "The MIB module for managing XGCP implementations.
"
    REVISION      "9902170000Z"
    DESCRIPTION            "This is initial version of XGCP MIB.
"

    ::= { experimental 90 }


xgcpObjects                   OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpMIB 1 }

xgcpCoreObjects            OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpObjects 1 }
xgcpExtensionObjects       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpObjects 2 }
xgcpPackageObjects         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpObjects 3 }
xgcpVoiceQualityObjects    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpObjects 4 }
xgcpDefaultMGCObjects      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpObjects 5 }       

-- *********************************************************************
-- The XGCP Core Group 
-- *********************************************************************

xgcpInBadVersions OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX     Counter32
    UNITS      "messages"
    MAX-ACCESS read-only
    STATUS     current
    DESCRIPTION        "The total number of incoming messages which were delivered to
         the protocol entity and were for an unsupported protocol 
         version.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpCoreObjects 1 }

xgcpRequestTimeOut OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (1..10000)  
    UNITS       "milliseconds"
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION    	"The request timeout is used to determine the timeout value used
         for retransmitting unacknowledged message.
	 It is the responsibility of the requesting entity to provide
	 suitable timeouts for all outstanding commands, and to retry
	 commands when timeouts exceeded.

	 The default value of this object is 500 milliseconds.
    	
"
    ::= { xgcpCoreObjects 2 }


xgcpRequestRetries  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (0..10)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object specifies the number of retries for a request that
         exceeds timeout. 
	 It is the responsibility of the requesting entity to provide
	 suitable timeouts for all outstanding commands, and to retry
	 when times out.

	 The default value of this object is 3.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpCoreObjects 3 }

xgcpAdminStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
		up		(1),
 		down		(2),
		gracefulDown	(3)
		}
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "The desired state of the protocol entity. 

	 The possible admin status are:
	     up - bring up protocol entity administratively  
	     down - bring down protocol entity adiministratively 
	     gracefulDown - gracefully shut down protocol entity 
                                 administratively. 

 	 A graceful shutdown indicates that the protocol 
	 will be taken out of service after the restart  
	 delay timer timeouts or all connections are torn down.

         When in graceDown, the xgcpOperStatus goes from up to 
         down via shutDownInProgress. 

         If there is no connection or restart delay timer 
         timeouts then xgcpOperStatus moves from 
         shutDownInProgress to down.
        
"
    DEFVAL { down }
    ::= { xgcpCoreObjects 4 }


xgcpOperStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
		up                	(1),
 		down              	(2),
		shutDownInProgress      (3)
		}
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object indicates the current operational
         status of the protocol entity.    

	 The possible operating status are:
	     up - protocol up 
	     down - protocol down 
 	     shutDownInProgress - Shut down in progress.

	 The operating status - shutDownInProgress indicates 
         that the Media Gateway is in a transition state from 
         up to down. This state happens when resources are in 
         the process of being cleaned up and new resource 
         can't be allocated. 
	
"
    ::= { xgcpCoreObjects 5 }


xgcpUnRecognizedPackets  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        " This refers to the count of unrecognized packets  
          since reset.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpCoreObjects 6 }


-- *****************************************************************
-- The XGCP Statistics table
-- *****************************************************************
xgcpMsgStatTable OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF XgcpMsgStatEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains XGCP statistics information since reset.
         XGCP statistics are kept in this table, with each 
         table entry containing the statistics of XGCP that 
         communicates with a Media Gateway Controller (MGC) at 
         a specific IP address of the MGC.

         Each table entry is composed of the following information:  

         1) Messages successfully received/transmitted per IP device 
         2) Messages failed to be received/transmitted per IP device

	
"
    ::= { xgcpCoreObjects 7 }

xgcpMsgStatEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      XgcpMsgStatEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "The row of the xgcpMsgStatTable contains 
         information about XGCP message statistics per IP address
         of the Media Gateway Controller.
         An entry is created when a request messge with new IP 
         address is received from Medida Gateway Controller. 
         When the table is full, an entry is deleted if it is 
         LRU (Least Recently Used). 
	
"
    INDEX   { xgcpIPAddress }
    ::= { xgcpMsgStatTable 1 }

XgcpMsgStatEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        xgcpIPAddress                   IpAddress,
        xgcpSuccessMessages             Counter32,
        xgcpFailMessages                Counter32
    }


xgcpIPAddress  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      IpAddress
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        " This object specifies the IP address of the  
          Media Gateway Controller.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpMsgStatEntry 1 }
 

xgcpSuccessMessages  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object specifies the count of successful messages
         that communicate with the Media Gateway Controller on 
         that IP address.

         Successful messages apply to both transmit and 
         receive messages.                             

           Transmit: Positive ACK is received from the Media  
                     Gateway Controller

           Receive: Positive ACK is sent to the Media Gateway 
                    Controller. This implies that the format  
                    of the message is correct and the request
                    can be fulfilled.

        
"
    ::= { xgcpMsgStatEntry 2 }
 

xgcpFailMessages  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Counter32
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object specifies the count of failed  messages
         that communicate with the Media Gateway Controller on 
         that IP address.

         Failed messages apply to both transmit and receive
         messages. 

           Transmit: Either NAK is received from the MGC or message
                     times out waiting for ACK.   
           Receive:  Format of the received message is bad or
                     the request can not be fulfilled.   
        
"
    ::= { xgcpMsgStatEntry 3 }
 

-- *****************************************************************
-- The XGCP Extension Group 
-- *****************************************************************

xgcpRestartInProgressMWD OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (0..600000)  
    UNITS       "milliseconds"
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION    	"The maximum waiting delay (MWD) timeout value is used for the
         Media Gateway to send the Restart In Progress to the Media  
         Gateway Controller.

         The default value of this object is chosen in an 
         implementation-dependent manner by the MGCP functionality 
         based on the call volume of the system.
    	
"
    REFERENCE
         " Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP),
           version 0.1 draft, Feb 1, 1999 : Section 4.3.4 
         "
    ::= { xgcpExtensionObjects 1 }


xgcpRestartDelay OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (0..600)  
    UNITS       "seconds"
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object specifies the Restart Delay Timeout for 
         the restart process.
         The purpose of setting the restart timer before sending
         the Restart In Progress notification to the media gateway
         controller is to avoid the network congestion
         during the critical period of service restoration.

	 The default value of this object is 0.
    	
"
    REFERENCE
         " Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP),
           version 0.1 draft, Feb 1, 1999 : Section 4.3.4 
         "
    ::= { xgcpExtensionObjects 2 }


-- *****************************************************************
-- The XGCP Defalut MGC Group 
-- *****************************************************************
xgcpMGCCfgAddress OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      DisplayString (SIZE (1..64)) 
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object is used to configure either the domain 
         name or the IP address of the Default Media Gateway 
         Controller in standard dot notation.     

         The complete address of a default MGC is cmposed of  
         IP address/Domain Name and UDP port.
        
         xgcpMGCCfgaddress specifies address of the default Media 
         Gateway Controller to which RSIP(RestartInProgress) message 
         is sent whenever system starts up or line goes up.

         If DNS name is entered and the IP address is found,
         MG will send RSIP to the desired MGC. If no IP address is  
         found or no such DNS name exists, no RSIP will be sent.

         If IP address is entered, MG will send RSIP to that address.

         If there is no response, it could be that the network is down 
         or user misconfigures the address (IP address, Domain Name or
         UDP port number)
	
"
    ::= { xgcpDefaultMGCObjects 1 } 

xgcpMGCCfgUDPPort OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(1025..65535)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object is used to configure the UDP port
         of the Media Gateway Controller.

         The UDP port is used together with xgcpMGCCfgAddress to  
         specify the destination address of the default Media 
         Gateway Controller to which RSIP message is sent when
         system starts up or line goes up.
          
	
"
    ::= { xgcpDefaultMGCObjects 2 } 

xgcpMGCCfgConnStatus OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
                unknown                 (1),
		connected               (2),
 		connecting              (3),
		unknownName             (4),
                noResponse              (5)
 
                }
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object is used to specify the connection status   
         of the Default Media Gateway Controller.

         When sending RSIP to default Media Gateway Controller,
         there could be the following status:
   
         unknown - undefined stauts. 
         connected - RSIP sent and response to it is received.  
         connecting -  RSIP is sent and waiting for response.
         unknownName - no domain name/ip address is found 
                      when checking the DNS for the domain name 
                      entered in xgcpMGCCfgAddress. No RSIP 
                      message is sent.
         noResponse - timeout on RSIP message. 
        

         The possible casues for no response on RSIP message:          

         1) Address(IP Address/Domain Name and UDP) for the default 
            MGC is correct but MGC in not up or network is down.
         2) MGC is up but at a different address (IP Address/
            Domain Name)
         3) MGC is up and at the same address(IP address/
            Domain Name) but wrong UDP port.
         4) MGC is down and address is wrong. 
	
"
    ::= { xgcpDefaultMGCObjects 3 } 


xgcpMGCCfgTimeStamp OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      TimeStamp 
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object contains the time stamp of 
         state transition of xgcpMGCCfgConnStatus.
	
"
    ::= { xgcpDefaultMGCObjects 4 } 



-- *****************************************************************
-- The XGCP Package Group 
-- *****************************************************************
-- *****************************************************************
-- The XGCP Capability Package table
-- *****************************************************************

xgcpCapabilityPackageTable  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF XgcpCapabilityPackageEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This table contains XGCP capability packages.
         The Capability Package table - This table is 
         used to specify the availability of the packages.

         The Capabality Package Name is used as the 
         index for the table.

         Each entry contains a CapabilityPackageEnable 
         object. It is used to enable/disable a package 
         on the Media Gateway.  
        
"
    ::= { xgcpPackageObjects 1 }

xgcpCapabilityPackageEntry OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      XgcpCapabilityPackageEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "The entry specifies the availability of the XGCP         
         package.
         Each entry is created when the MGCP software 
         detects a new package. The entry goes away  
         only if the package is removed.
        
"
    INDEX   { IMPLIED xgcpCapabilityPackageName }

    ::= { xgcpCapabilityPackageTable 1 }
 
XgcpCapabilityPackageEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
        xgcpCapabilityPackageName       DisplayString (SIZE (1..64)),
        xgcpCapabilityPackageEnable     TruthValue
    }

xgcpCapabilityPackageName  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      DisplayString (SIZE (1..64)) 
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        " This object specifies the Name of the
          Capability Package. 

          The list of basic packages includes the following:

               _________________________________________
              | Package                      |   name  |
              |______________________________|_________|
              | Generic Media Package        |   G     |
              | DTMF package                 |   D     |
              | MF Package                   |   M     |
              | Trunk Package                |   T     |
              | Line Package                 |   L     |
              | Handset Package              |   H     |
              | RTP Package                  |   R     |
              | Netwark Access Server Package|   N     |
              | Announcement Server Package  |   A     |
              | Script Package               |   S     |
              |______________________________|_________|
         
"
    REFERENCE
         " Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP),
           version 0.1 draft, Feb 1, 1999 : Section 6.1
         "

    ::= { xgcpCapabilityPackageEntry 1 }


xgcpCapabilityPackageEnable  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      TruthValue
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write 
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        " This object eables/disables the Package Capability 
        
"
    DEFVAL { true }
    ::= { xgcpCapabilityPackageEntry 2 }


xgcpDefaultPackage  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      DisplayString (SIZE (1..64)) 
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write 
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        " This object contains the default package name for
          the MGCP/SGCP protocol and it should have the
          same value as xgcpCapabilityPackageName. 
        
"
    REFERENCE
         " Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP),
           version 0.1 draft, Feb 1, 1998 : Section 2.1.6
         "
    ::= { xgcpPackageObjects 2 }


-- *****************************************************************
-- The XGCP Voice Quality Group 
-- *****************************************************************



xgcpLowerBoundForPacketLoss  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (1..3000)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION	"This object specifies the lower bound for voice
         quality packet loss per 100,000 packets. Voice quality 
         packet loss may happen due to network congestion or due
         to network overload.

         When packet loss(number of packet per 100,000) is high 
         enough to reach lower bound(e.g. 1500) and then higher 
         bound(e.g. 2500) the first time, a MGCP/SGCP Notify 
         message is sent to the Media Gateway Controller. 
   
         Subsequent hits of the higher bound results in a 
         MGCP/SGCP Notify message being sent to the Media Gateway 
         Controller only after the lower bound is hit.


           |                Ntfy 
           |    Ntfy  Ntfy   |        Ntfy
           |     |     |     v         |
           |     v     v      *   *    v
           +     * *   *     * * * *   *     <---  higher bound
           |    *   * * *  *    *   * * *
           +   *     *   *           *   *   <---- lower bound
           |  *                           *
           | *                             * 
           |*
           +------------------------------------ 

	 The default value of this object is 1000.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpVoiceQualityObjects 1 }  

xgcpHigherBoundForPacketLoss  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (5000..25000)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION	"This object specifies the higher bound for voice quality 
         packet loss per 100,000 packets. Voice quality packet loss 
         may happen due to network congestion or due to network 
         overload.

	 The default value of this object is 10,000.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpVoiceQualityObjects 2 }  

xgcpLowerBoundForJitter  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (4..60)
    UNITS       "milliseconds"
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object is the lower bound for Quality Alert for 
         Jitter.

         Jitter is an estimate of the statistical variance of the RTP 
         data packet interval-rival time measured in milliseconds and 
         expressed as an unsigned integer.

         When jitter(milliseconds) is long enough to reach lower 
         bound(e.g.30 ) and then higher bound(e.g. 150) the first 
         time, a MGCP/SGCP Notify message is sent to the Media 
         Gateway Controller. 
   
         Subsequent hits of the higher bound results in a 
         MGCP/SGCP Notify message being sent to the Media Gateway 
         Controller only after the lower bound is hit.

	 The default value of this object is 30.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpVoiceQualityObjects 3 }  

xgcpHigherBoundForJitter  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (100..200)
    UNITS       "milliseconds"
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object is the higher bound for Quality Alert for 
         Jitter.

         Jitter is an estimate of the statistical variance of the RTP 
         data packet interval-rival time measured in milliseconds and 
         expressed as an unsigned integer.

	 The default value of this object is 150.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpVoiceQualityObjects 4 }  


xgcpLowerBoundForLatency  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (125..200)
    UNITS       "milliseconds"
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object is the higher bound for Quality Alert for 
	 latency.  

	 QA latency is an estimate of the network delay, expressed 
         in milliseconds. This is the average value of the difference 
         between the Network Time Protocol (NTP) timestamp indicated 
         by the senders of the RTCP messages and the NTP timestamp 
         of the receivers, measured when these messages are received. 

         When latency (milliseconds) is long enough to reach lower 
         bound (e.g.150 ) and then higher bound(e.g. 300) the first 
         time, a MGCP/SGCP Notify message is sent to the Media 
         Gateway Controller. 
   
         Subsequent hits of the higher bound results in a 
         MGCP/SGCP Notify message being sent to the Media Gateway 
         Controller only after the lower bound is hit.

	 The default value of this object is 150.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpVoiceQualityObjects 5 }  


xgcpHigherBoundForLatency  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (250..400)
    UNITS       "milliseconds"
    MAX-ACCESS  read-write
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION        "This object is the higher bound for Quality Alert for 
	 latency.  

	 QA latency is an estimate of the network delay, expressed 
         in milliseconds. This is the average value of the difference 
         between the NTP timestamp indicated by the senders of the 
	 RTCP messages and the NTP timestamp of the receivers, 
         measured when these messages are received. 


	 The default value of this object is 300.
        
"
    ::= { xgcpVoiceQualityObjects 6 }  



-- *********************************************************************
-- Media gateway control notification 
-- *********************************************************************

xgcpNotificationPrefix OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpMIB 2 }

xgcpNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpNotificationPrefix 0 }

xgcpUpDownNotification NOTIFICATION-TYPE
   OBJECTS {
        xgcpOperStatus 
    }

    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION            "This notification is sent when the protocol status changes  
             between up and down.

             The following information is returned:
                   xgcpOperStatus -> Current operational status of XGCP 

	    
"
    ::= { xgcpNotifications 1 }


--**********************************************************************
-- Conformance 
--**********************************************************************

-- 
-- conformance information
--

xgcpMIBConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpMIB 3 }

xgcpMIBCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpMIBConformance 1 }

xgcpMIBGroups      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xgcpMIBConformance 2 }


-- 
-- Conformance and compliance statements statements
--

xgcpMIBCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION            "The compliance statement for the SNMPv2 entities 
             which implement XGCP.
"
    MODULE  -- this module
        MANDATORY-GROUPS { xgcpCoreGroup
                           }
        GROUP xgcpExtensionGroup
        DESCRIPTION              "The xgcp Extension Group is mandatory for MGCP  
               on the Media Gateway. 
              
"
        GROUP xgcpPackageGroup
        DESCRIPTION              "The xgcp Package Group is mandatory for MGCP on 
               the Media Gateway Controller and the Media 
               Gateway. 
              
"
        GROUP xgcpVoiceQualityGroup
        DESCRIPTION              "The xgcp Voice Quality Group is mandatory for MGCP on  
               the Media Gateway. 
              
"
        GROUP xgcpDefaultMGCGroup 
        DESCRIPTION              "The xgcp default MGC Group is mandatory for MGCP on  
               the Media Gateway. 
              
"
    ::= { xgcpMIBCompliances 1 }

--
-- units of conformance
--
-- MIB Groups
--
xgcpCoreGroup OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS {
                xgcpInBadVersions,
		xgcpRequestTimeOut, 
		xgcpRequestRetries,
		xgcpAdminStatus,
		xgcpOperStatus, 
		xgcpUnRecognizedPackets, 
                xgcpSuccessMessages,
                xgcpFailMessages
		}

    STATUS    current
    DESCRIPTION            "This group contains core objects for SGCP/MGCP on the  
             Media Gateway Controller and the Media Gateway.
             
"

    ::= { xgcpMIBGroups 1 }

xgcpExtensionGroup OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS {
		xgcpRestartInProgressMWD,
		xgcpRestartDelay
		}

    STATUS    current
    DESCRIPTION            "This group contains extension objects for MGCP on 
             the Media Gateway.
             
"

    ::= { xgcpMIBGroups 2 }

xgcpPackageGroup OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS {
		xgcpCapabilityPackageEnable,
                xgcpDefaultPackage
		}

    STATUS    current
    DESCRIPTION            "This group contains package objects for MGCP on
             the Media Gateway or the Media Gateway Controller.
            
"

    ::= { xgcpMIBGroups 3 }

xgcpVoiceQualityGroup OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS {
		xgcpLowerBoundForPacketLoss,
		xgcpHigherBoundForPacketLoss,
		xgcpLowerBoundForJitter, 
		xgcpHigherBoundForJitter, 
		xgcpLowerBoundForLatency,
		xgcpHigherBoundForLatency
		}

    STATUS    current
    DESCRIPTION            "This group contains voice quality objects for  
             the Media Gateway .
"

    ::= { xgcpMIBGroups 4 }

xgcpDefaultMGCGroup OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS {
                xgcpMGCCfgAddress,
                xgcpMGCCfgUDPPort,
                xgcpMGCCfgConnStatus,
                xgcpMGCCfgTimeStamp
		}

    STATUS    current
    DESCRIPTION            "This group contains address objects for default 
             Media Gateway Controller.
             
"

    ::= { xgcpMIBGroups 5 }

END





                
                
            
			
        
   
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