The ASPP MIB provides the configuration and operational 
information on asynchronous polled protocols such as the
asynchronous security protocols that alarm monitoring 
companies use. The protocols are handled in passthrough 
mode. ASPP will handle the receiving and sending of the 
asychronous blocks. It will not perform any error 
checking. It is the responsibilty of the end-station to
perform any required error recovery. A generic protocol
has been created to support asychronous protocols. In 
some situations this doesn't work for all types since
there is no alarm protocol standard. Specific vendor 
support has been included for the following vendor's 
alarm equipment and protocols:
  * adplex
  * adt
     - PollSelect
     - VariPoll
  * diebold
  * mdi
  * mosec (mosler)
  * gddb (Guang Dong Development Bank) 
     - This protocol is similar to Burroughs Poll/Select

The following example configuration shows how the 
ASPP MIB returns ASPP information, from either CISCO A 
or  CISCO B.

Security == ASP == Cisco == IP    == Cisco == ASP == Alarm
control              A      Network    B             Panel

The following entities are managed:

1) ASPP ports (serial interfaces)

The ASPP ports are identified by the interface index, 
and additional information about this interface can be 
obtained from the Cisco Serial Interface MIB.

Imported Objects

asppObjects .
asppPorts .
asppPortTable .
asppPortEntry .
asppPortProtocol .
asppPortHostTimer .
asppPortConnectTimer .
asppPortRetryCount .
asppPortDelayEnq .
asppPortDisableEnq .
asppPortSendAck .
asppPortDirect .
asppPortDCDAlways .
asppPortRole .
asppPortReceiveInterFrameTimeout .
asppPortDeviceAddressOffset .
asppPortEOFCharacter .
asppPortSOFCharacter .
asppPortIgnoreSequenceNumber .
asppPortRspTimer .
asppPortRxTimer .
asppMibConformance .
asppMibCompliances .
asppMibGroups .