This MIB module defines SNMP management objects describing the
        AppNav technology. A device, which implements the AppNav
        technology, is known as the AppNav controller. The AppNav
        controller intelligently navigates application traffic to a
        group of devices, which offer services to the application
        traffic. A device, which offers services to the application
        traffic is known as service node.  
        As an example, the WAN optimization service uses the AppNav
        technology, where the AppNav controller intercepts applications
        traffic and redirects it to service nodes, which offer the
        WAN optimization service.
        A deployment may use more than one AppNav controllers and
        service nodes to provide high availability and scalability. In
        such deployments, AppNav controllers and service nodes together
        form a cluster, which is known as an AppNav cluster.
        Definitions of various entities related to the AppNav technology
        is as follows:
        AppNav controller: It is a device that intercepts application
        traffic and navigates (redirects) it to service nodes.
        Service node: It is a device that offers services to the traffic
        navigated (redirected) to it by the AppNav controller.
        AppNav controller group: An AppNav controller group is a group
        of one or more AppNav controllers. The AppNav controllers in the
        AppNav controller group communicate with each other regarding
        the connections being redirected by them, so that they redirect
        traffic to the right service node, irrespective of which AppNav
        controller receives packets for a given connection. For example,
        if particular connection is served by the service node A then
        that connection should always be served by the service node A
        until client or server terminates it. This mechanism is needed
        in the asymmetric network topologies, where packets may take
        different paths for forward and return journey.
        Service node group: A service node group is a group of one or
        more service nodes. The AppNav controller intercepts and
        redirects application traffic to service nodes in a service node
        group. The service nodes update their load status to the AppNav 
        controllers, so that they can do intelligent load distribution
        among the available service nodes.
        AppNav Cluster: An AppNav controller group and a service node
        group together form a cluster, which is known as an AppNav
        cluster. An AppNav cluster is also known as a service context.

Imported Objects

InetAddressType, InetAddressINET-ADDRESS-MIB
ciscoAppNavMIB .
ciscoAppNavMIBObjects .
cAppNavServContext .
cAppNavServContextTable .
cAppNavServContextEntry .
cAppNavServContextIndex .
cAppNavServContextName .
cAppNavServContextCurrOpState .
cAppNavServContextLastOpState .
cAppNavServContextIRState .
cAppNavServContextJoinState .
cAppNavACG .
cAppNavACGTable .
cAppNavACGEntry .
cAppNavACGIndex .
cAppNavACGName .
cAppNavACGServContextName .
cAppNavSNG .
cAppNavSNGTable .
cAppNavSNGEntry .
cAppNavSNGIndex .
cAppNavSNGName .
cAppNavSNGServContextName .
cAppNavAC .
cAppNavACTable .
cAppNavACEntry .
cAppNavACIndex .
cAppNavACIpAddrType .
cAppNavACIpAddr .
cAppNavACServContextName .
cAppNavACACGName .
cAppNavACCurrentCMState .
cAppNavSN .
cAppNavSNTable .
cAppNavSNEntry .
cAppNavSNIndex .
cAppNavSNIpAddrType .
cAppNavSNIpAddr .
cAppNavSNServContextName .
cAppNavSNSNGName .
cAppNavSNCurrentCMState .
ciscoAppNavMIBConform .
ciscoAppNavMIBCompliances .
ciscoAppNavMIBGroups .