The MIB module for management of Cisco specific Data Link
        Switching protocol enhancements.  DLSw is described in 
        RFC 1795 and RFC 2024.
        DLSw+ Defined
        Data link switching Plus (DLSw+) is a means of transporting
        Systems Network Architecture (SNA) and NetBIOS traffic over
        an IP network. The end systems can attach to the network over
        Token Ring, Ethernet, Synchronous Data Link Control
        (SDLC) protocol, or Qualified Logical Link Control (QLLC).
        DLSw+ switches between diverse media, and locally terminates
        the data links, keeping acknowledgments, keepalives, and polling
        off of the WAN. Local termination of data links also
        eliminates data link control time-outs that can occur during
        transient network congestion or when rerouting around failed
        links. Finally, DLSw+ provides a mechanism for dynamically
        searching a network for SNA or NetBIOS resources and
        includes caching algorithms that minimize the broadcast traffic
        In this document, DLSw+ routers are referred to as
        peers, or partners. The connection between two DLSw+
        routers is referred to as a peer connection. A DLSw circuit is
        comprised of the data link control connection between the
        originating end system and the originating router, the connection
        between the two routers (typically a TCP connection), and
        the data link control connection between the target router and
        the target end system. A single peer connection can carry
        multiple circuits.
        The transport connection between DLSw+ routers can vary according
        to the needs of the network and is not tied to TCP/IP
        as the DLSw standard is. Cisco supports four different transport
        protocols between DLSw+ routers:
        TCP/IP-for transport of SNA and NetBIOS traffic across WANs where
        local acknowledgment is required to minimize
        unnecessary traffic and prevent data-link control timeouts and
        where non-disruptive rerouting around link failures is
        critical. This transport option is required when DLSw+ is
        operating in DLSw standards mode. 
        FST/IP-for transport across WANs with an arbitrary topology and
        with sufficient bandwidth to accommodate SNA
        and NetBIOS traffic. This solution allows for rerouting around
        link failures, but recovery may be disruptive depending
        on the time required to find an alternate path. This option does
        not support local acknowledgment of frames. 
        Direct-encapsulation for transport across a point-to-point or
        Frame Relay connection where the benefits of an
        arbitrary topology are not important and where nondisruptive
        rerouting around link failures is not required. This option
        does not support local acknowledgment of frames. 
        DLSw Lite-also known as Logical Link Control, Type2 (LLC2)
        encapsulation -for transport across a point-to-point
        connection (currently only Frame Relay is supported) where
        local acknowledgment and reliable transport are
        important, but where nondisruptive rerouting around link
        failures is not required. DLSw Lite uses RFC 1490
        encapsulation of LLC2.

Imported Objects

dlswTConnConfigEntry, dlswTConnOperEntry, dlswTConnTcpConfigEntry, dlswIfEntry, dlswCircuitEntry, dlswTConnConfigIndex, DlcType, TAddress, MacAddressNC, LFSize, dlswTConnOperState, dlswCircuitStateDLSW-MIB
TruthValue, TEXTUAL-CONVENTION, DisplayStringSNMPv2-TC
ciscoDlswExtMIB .
ciscoDlswExtMIBObjects .
cdeDomains .
cdeFSTDomain .
cdeDirectHdlcDomain .
cdeDirectFrameRelayDomain .
cdeLlc2Domain .
cdeNode .
cdeNodeTAddr .
cdeNodePromiscuous .
cdeNodePromPeerDefaultsCost .
cdeNodePromPeerDefaultsDestMac .
cdeNodePromPeerDefaultsKeepaliveInterval .
cdeNodePromPeerDefaultsLFSize .
cdeNodePromPeerDefaultsTCPQueueMax .
cdeNodePeerOnDemandDefaultsCost .
cdeNodePeerOnDemandDefaultsFst .
cdeNodePeerOnDemandDefaultsInactivityInterval .
cdeNodePeerOnDemandDefaultsKeepaliveInterval .
cdeNodeGroup .
cdeNodePeerOnDemandDefaultsLFSize .
cdeNodePeerOnDemandDefaultsPriority .
cdeNodePeerOnDemandDefaultsTCPQueueMax .
cdeNodeBorder .
cdeNodeCost .
cdeNodeKeepaliveInterval .
cdeNodePassiveConnect .
cdeNodeBiuSegment .
cdeNodeInitPacingWindow .
cdeNodeMaxPacingWindow .
cdeTConn .
cdeTConnConfigTable .
cdeTConnConfigEntry .
cdeTConnConfigTDomainType .
cdeTConnConfigPriority .
cdeTConnConfigDestMac .
cdeTConnConfigDynamic .
cdeTConnConfigDynamicNoLlc .
cdeTConnConfigDynamicInactivityInterval .
cdeTConnConfigLocalAck .
cdeTConnConfigCost .
cdeTConnConfigLFSize .
cdeTConnConfigKeepaliveInterval .
cdeTConnConfigBackup .
cdeTConnConfigBackupTAddr .
cdeTConnConfigBackupLinger .
cdeTConnConfigBackupLingerInterval .
cdeTConnOperTable .
cdeTConnOperEntry .
cdeTConnOperPartnerCost .
cdeTConnOperPartnerPriority .
cdeTConnOperPartnerBorderPeer .
cdeTConnOperPartnerGroupNum .
cdeTConnOperTDomainType .
cdeTConnSpecific .
cdeTConnTcp .
cdeTConnTcpConfigTable .
cdeTConnTcpConfigEntry .
cdeTConnTcpConfigQueueMax .
cdeTConnDirect .
cdeTConnDirectConfigTable .
cdeTConnDirectConfigEntry .
cdeTConnDirectConfigIfIndex .
cdeTConnDirectConfigMediaEncap .
cdeTConnDirectConfigFrameRelayDlci .
cdeInterface .
cdeIfTable .
cdeIfEntry .
cdeIfType .
cdeCircuit .
cdeCircuitTable .
cdeCircuitEntry .
cdeCircuitS1Name .
cdeCircuitS2Name .
cdeCircuitS1IdBlock .
cdeCircuitS1IdNum .
cdeFast .
cdeFastTable .
cdeFastEntry .
cdeFastS1Mac .
cdeFastS2CacheId .
cdeFastOrigin .
cdeFastTimeToLive .
cdeFastS1Sap .
cdeFastS2Mac .
cdeFastS2Sap .
cdeFastS1IfIndex .
cdeFastS1RouteInfo .
cdeFastS1CacheId .
cdeFastS2TDomain .
cdeFastS2TAddress .
cdeTrapControl .
cdeTrapCntlTConn .
cdeTrapCntlCircuit .
cdeTrapsPrefix .
cdeTraps .
cdeTrapTConnUpDown .
cdeTrapCircuitUpDown .
cdeMIBConformance .
cdeMIBCompliances .
cdeMIBGroups .