This MIB module provides network management  
        support for Cisco IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN
        type device (Access Point) radio interfaces.
            Advanced Encryption Standard
            Access point 
            Association IDentifier for wireless stations.  
            IEEE 802.11 Basic Service Set.
            Code Mode/CBC Mac Protocol
            European Conference of Postal and 
            Telecommunications Administrations.
            Cyclic Redundancy Check.  
            Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum.  
            Extensible Authentication Protocol.  
            Extended Rate PHY
            Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum.  
            Inter-Access-Point Protocol.  
            Integrity Check Value.  
            Industrial, Scientific, and Medical.
            Multiple Broadcast SSID
            Message Integrity Check.  
            Multi-Modal Hashing.
            Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing.  
            Physical Layer (Layer 1 in network model).
            Physical Layer Convergence Procedure.  
            Physical Medium Dependent.  
            Public Secure Packet Forwarding.
            Radio Frequency.
            Radio Service Set ID.  
            IEEE 802.11 wireless station.
            Unlicensed National information Infrastructure
            Virtual LAN.
            Wired Equivalent Privacy.
            Work-group Bridge
            WiFi Protected Access
        Access point    
            Transmitter/receiver (transceiver) device
            that commonly connects and transports data 
            between a wireless network and a wired network.
            The service used to establish access point
            or station mapping and enable STA invocation
            of the distribution system services.
            (Wireless clients attempt to connect to 
            access points.)
        Basic Rate
            A data rate that is mandatory for client
            devices to support in order for them to achieve
            successful association.
        Basic Service Set
            The IEEE 802.11 BSS of an AP comprises of the 
            stations directly associating with the AP.
            Device that connects two or more segments 
            and reduces traffic by analyzing the 
            destination address, filtering the frame,
            and forwarding the frame to all connected 
        Bridge AP 
            It is an AP that functions as a transparent 
            bridge between 2 wired LAN segments.  
        Broadcast SSID 
            Clients can send out Broadcast SSID Probe 
            Requests to a nearby AP, and the AP will 
            broadcast its own SSID within its beacons
            to response to the clients. Clients can use
            this Broadcast SSID to associate and 
            communicate with the AP.  
        Cyclic Redundancy Check 
            CRC is an error detect mechanism that applies 
            to frame transmission.
        Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum
            DSSS combines a data signal at the sending 
            station with a higher data rate bit sequence, 
            which many refer to as a chipping code (also 
            known as processing gain).  A high processing gain
            increases the signals resistance to interference.  
            DSSS sends a specific string of bits for each data
            bit sent.
        ERP-CCK Modulation
            This signal modulation technique is supported in
            PHY implementing IEEE 802.11b/g Protocol.
        ERP-OFDM Modulation
            This signal modulation technique is supported in
            PHY implementing IEEE 802.11g Protocol.         
        Extensible Authentication Protocol
            EAP acts as the interface between a wireless 
            client and an authentication server, such as a 
            RADIUS server, to which the access point 
            communicates over the wired network.
        Extended Rate PHY
            This PHY implements the IEEE 802.11g Protocol.
        Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum
            In FHSS, a hopping code determines the frequencies 
            the radio will transmit and in which order.  To 
            properly receive the signal, the receiver must be 
            set to same hopping code and listen to the 
            incoming signal at the right time and correct 
            frequency.  The code pattern maintains a single 
            logical channel.
        IEEE 802.11    
            Standard to encourage interoperability among 
            wireless networking equipment.
        IEEE 802.11b    
            High-rate wireless LAN standard for wireless 
            data transfer at up to 11 Mbps.
        IEEE P802.11g 
            Higher Speed Physical Layer (PHY) Extension to 
            IEEE 802.11b, will boost wireless LAN speed to 54 
            Mbps by using OFDM (orthogonal frequency division 
            multiplexing).  The IEEE 802.11g specification is 
            backward compatible with the widely deployed IEEE 
            802.11b standard.
        Inter-Access-Point Protocol 
            The IEEE 802.11 standard does not define how 
            access points track moving users or how to 
            negotiate a handoff from one access point to the
            next, a process referred to as roaming.  IAPP is
            a Cisco proprietary protocol to support roaming.  
            However, IAPP does not address how the wireless 
            system tracks users moving from one subnet to 
        Independent network    
            Network that provides peer-to-peer connectivity 
            without relying on a complete network 
        Integrity Check Value
            The WEP ICV shall be a 32-bit value containing
            the 32-bit cyclic redundancy code designed for 
            verifying wireless data frame integrity.   
        Message Integrity Check 
            A MIC can, optionally, be added to WEP-encrypted 
            802.11 frames.  MIC prevents attacks on encrypted 
            packets.  MIC, implemented on both the access point 
            and all associated client devices, adds a few bytes
            to each packet to make the packets tamper-proof.  
        Native VLAN ID
            A switch port and/or AP can be configured with a 
            'native VLAN ID'.  Untagged or priority-tagged 
            frames are implicitly associated with the native 
            VLAN ID.  The default native VLAN ID is '1' if 
            VLAN tagging is enabled.  The native VLAN ID is '0' 
            or 'no VLAN ID' if VLAN tagging is not enabled.
            Device on a network; has its own unique network 
            address and name.
        Non-Root Bridge 
            This wireless bridge does not connect to the main 
            wired LAN segment.  It connects to a remote wired 
            LAN segment and can associate with root bridges and 
            other non-root bridges that accept client 
            associations.  It also can accept associations from
            other non-root bridges, repeater access points, 
            and client devices.
        Physical Layer Convergence Procedure
            In IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs, PLCP defines a method 
            of mapping the IEEE 802.11 MAC sublayer protocol
            data units into a framing format suitable for
            sending and receiving user data and management
            information between two or more wireless stations
            using the associated PMD system.  
        Physical Medium Dependent
            In IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs, a PMD system, whose
            function defines the characteristics of, and method 
            of transmitting and receiving data through, a 
            wireless medium between two or more wireless 
            stations each using the DSSS.
            The radio preamble are data at the head of a 
            packet that contains information access points 
            and client devices required by IEEE 802.11 when 
            sending and receiving packets.
        Primary LAN
            In an AP, if the destinations of inbound unicast 
            frames are unknown, the frames are sent toward 
            the primary LAN defined on the device.
        Radio carrier    
            Radio waves that deliver energy to a remote 
            receiver; in other words, radio waves in a 
            wireless LAN environment.
            Device that connects multiple segments, 
            listening to each and regenerating the signal
            on one to every other connected one; so that 
            the signal can travel further.
        Repeater or Non-root Access Point    
            The repeater access point is not connected 
            to the wired LAN.  The Repeater is a wireless 
            LAN transceiver that transfers data between 
            a client and another access point, another 
            repeater, or between two bridges.  The repeater 
            is placed within radio range of an access point 
            connected to the wired LAN, another repeater, or 
            an non-root bridge to extend the range of the 
        Radio Frequency 
            Radio wave and modulation process or operation.
        Root Access Point    
            This access point connects clients to the main 
            wired LAN.
        Root (Wireless) Bridge    
            This wireless bridge connects to the main wired 
            LAN.  It can communicate with non-root wireless 
            bridges, repeater access points, and client 
            devices but not with another wireless root 
            bridge.  Only one wireless bridge in a wireless 
            LAN can be set as the wireless root bridge.  
            Wideband radio frequency technique that 
            consumes more bandwidth than the narrow-band 
            alternative but produces a signal that is louder 
            and easier to detect.  There are two types of 
            spread-spectrum radio: frequency hopping and 
            direct sequence.
        Radio Service Set ID
            SSID is a unique identifier that APs and clients 
            use to identify with each other.  SSID is a simple 
            means of access control and is not for security.  
            The SSID can be any alphanumeric entry up to 32 
        Tag header
            A 'tag header' is as defined in the IEEE 802.1Q
            standard.  An 802.1Q tag header contains a 3-bit 
            priority field and a 12-bit VLAN ID field.   
            A 'priority tag' has a VLAN ID of 0, to indicate 
            'no VLAN ID'.  A 'VLAN tag' has a non-zero 
            VLAN ID.
        Virtual LAN
            VLAN defined in the IEEE 802.1Q VLAN standard 
            supports logically segmenting of LAN 
            infrastructure into different subnets or 
            workgroups so that packets are switched only 
            between ports within the same VLAN.  
        VLAN ID
            Each VLAN is identified by a 12-bit 'VLAN ID'.   
            A VLAN ID of '0' is used to indicate 
            'no VLAN ID'.  Valid VLAN IDs range from '1' to 
            '4095'.  VLAN of ID '4095' is the default VLAN 
            for Cisco VoIP Phones.
        Wired Equivalent Privacy
            WEP is generally used to refer to 802.11 
        Work-group Bridge
            It is a client to APs or wireless root bridges.
            The radio port of a WGB serves as the uplink to
            the main network and the Ethernet port provides
            network access for devices like PC or IP phone.
        Upgrade of Frequencies
            As per the latest regulations proposed by the 
            Japanese Government, the four channels 34
            ( 5170 GHz ), 38 ( 5190 GHz), 42 ( 5210 ) and 
            44 ( 5230 ) in the 5150-5250 MHz band has been
            shifted by 10 MHz. Thus, the new channels in the
            5150-5250 MHz band  are 36 ( 5180 ), 40 ( 5200 )
            and 44 ( 5220 ) and 48 ( 5240 ).

Imported Objects

dot11AuthenticationAlgorithmsIndex, dot11SupportedDataRatesRxIndexIEEE802dot11-MIB
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION, MacAddress, RowStatus, TruthValueSNMPv2-TC
ciscoDot11IfMIB .
ciscoDot11IfMIBNotifications .
cd11IfStationSwitchOverNotif .
cd11IfRogueApDetectedNotif .
ciscoDot11IfMIBObjects .
cd11IfConfigurations .
cd11IfManagement .
cd11IfStationConfigTable .
cd11IfStationConfigEntry .
cd11IfStationRole .
cd11IfDesiredSsidMicAlgorithm .
cd11IfDesiredSsidWepPermuteAlg .
cd11IfWorldMode .
cd11IfWorldModeCountry .
cd11IfMobileStationScanParent .
cd11IfPsPacketForwardEnable .
cd11IfMultipleBssidEnable .
cd11IfMobileStationListIgnore .
cd11IfMobileStationScanChannel .
cd11IfCiscoExtensionsEnable .
cd11IfAllowBroadcastSsidAssoc .
cd11IfPrivacyOptionMaxRate .
cd11IfEthernetEncapsulDefault .
cd11IfBridgeSpacing .
cd11IfDesiredSsidMaxAssocSta .
cd11IfAuxiliarySsidLength .
cd11IfVoipExtensionsEnable .
cd11IfVlanSecurityTable .
cd11IfVlanSecurityEntry .
cd11IfVlanSecurityVlanId .
cd11IfVlanWepEncryptMic .
cd11IfVlanWepEncryptKeyHashing .
cd11IfVlanPsPacketForwardEnable .
cd11IfVlanSecurityVlanEnabled .
cd11IfVlanBcastKeyChangeInterval .
cd11IfVlanBcastKeyCapabilChange .
cd11IfVlanBcastKeyClientLeave .
cd11IfVlanSecurityCiphers .
cd11IfVlanSecurityRowStatus .
cd11IfVlanEncryptionMode .
cd11IfVlanWepEncryptOptions .
cd11IfRadioMonitoringTable .
cd11IfRadioMonitoringEntry .
cd11IfRemoteRadioMacAddr .
cd11IfRadioMonitorPollingFreq .
cd11IfRadioMonitorPollingTimeOut .
cd11IfLocalRadioMonitorStatus .
cd11IfRadioMonitorRowStatus .
cd11IfDot11UpgradeStatusTable .
cd11IfDot11UpgradeStatusEntry .
cd11IfDot11UpgradeStatus .
cd11IfAuthAlgorithmTable .
cd11IfAuthAlgorithmEntry .
cd11IfAuthAlgRequireEap .
cd11IfAuthAlgRequireMacAddr .
cd11IfAuthAlgDefaultVlan .
cd11IfAuthAlgEapMethod .
cd11IfAuthAlgMacAddrMethod .
cd11IfWepDefaultKeysTable .
cd11IfWepDefaultKeysEntry .
cd11IfWepDefaultKeyIndex .
cd11IfWepDefaultKeyLen .
cd11IfWepDefaultKeyValue .
cd11IfDesiredBssTable .
cd11IfDesiredBssEntry .
cd11IfDesiredBssIndex .
cd11IfDesiredBssAddr .
cd11IfAuxSsidTable .
cd11IfAuxSsidEntry .
cd11IfAuxSsidIndex .
cd11IfAuxSsid .
cd11IfAuxSsidBroadcastSsid .
cd11IfAuxSsidMaxAssocSta .
cd11IfAuxSsidMicAlgorithm .
cd11IfAuxSsidWepPermuteAlg .
cd11IfAuxSsidAuthAlgTable .
cd11IfAuxSsidAuthAlgEntry .
cd11IfAuxSsidAuthAlgEnable .
cd11IfAuxSsidAuthAlgRequireEap .
cd11IfAuxSsidAuthAlgRequireMac .
cd11IfAuxSsidAuthAlgDefaultVlan .
cd11IfAuxSsidAuthAlgEapMethod .
cd11IfAuxSsidAuthAlgMacMethod .
cd11IfAssignedAidTable .
cd11IfAssignedAidEntry .
cd11IfAssignedAid .
cd11IfAssignedSta .
cd11IfVlanEncryptKeyTable .
cd11IfVlanEncryptKeyEntry .
cd11IfVlanId .
cd11IfVlanEncryptKeyIndex .
cd11IfVlanEncryptKeyLen .
cd11IfVlanEncryptKeyValue .
cd11IfVlanEncryptKeyStatus .
cd11IfVlanEncryptKeyTransmit .
cd11IfPhyConfig .
cd11IfPhyOperationTable .
cd11IfPhyOperationEntry .
cd11IfCurrentCarrierSet .
cd11IfModulationType .
cd11IfPreambleType .
cd11IfDomainCapabilitySet .
cd11IfPhyBasicRateSet .
cd11IfPhyMacSpecification .
cd11IfPhyConcatenation .
cd11IfPhyNativePowerUseStandard .
cd11IfSuppDataRatesPrivacyTable .
cd11IfSuppDataRatesPrivacyEntry .
cd11IfSuppDataRatesPrivacyIndex .
cd11IfSuppDataRatesPrivacyValue .
cd11IfSuppDataRatesPrivacyEnabl .
cd11IfChanSelectTable .
cd11IfChanSelectEntry .
cd11IfChanSelectChannel .
cd11IfChanSelectEnable .
cd11IfClientTxPowerTable .
cd11IfClientTxPowerEntry .
cd11IfClientNumberTxPowerLevels .
cd11IfClientCurrentTxPowerLevel .
cd11IfClientTxPowerLevel1 .
cd11IfClientTxPowerLevel2 .
cd11IfClientTxPowerLevel3 .
cd11IfClientTxPowerLevel4 .
cd11IfClientTxPowerLevel5 .
cd11IfClientTxPowerLevel6 .
cd11IfClientTxPowerLevel7 .
cd11IfClientTxPowerLevel8 .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerTable .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerEntry .
cd11IfErpOfdmNumberTxPowerLevels .
cd11IfErpOfdmCurrentTxPowerLevel .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerLevel1 .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerLevel2 .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerLevel3 .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerLevel4 .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerLevel5 .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerLevel6 .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerLevel7 .
cd11IfErpOfdmTxPowerLevel8 .
cd11IfFrequencyBandTable .
cd11IfFrequencyBandEntry .
cd11IfRfFrequencyBand .
cd11IfRfFrequencyUnits .
cd11IfRfStartChannelNumber .
cd11IfRfEndChannelNumber .
cd11IfRfChannelSpacingNumber .
cd11IfRfStartChannelFrequency .
cd11IfRfFrequencySpacing .
cd11IfRfFrequencyBandType .
cd11IfMaxChannelSwitchTime .
cd11IfNativeTxPowerSupportTable .
cd11IfNativeTxPowerSupportEntry .
cd11IfRadioModulationClass .
cd11IfNativeTxPowerLevel .
cd11IfNativeTxPower .
cd11IfRfNativePowerTable .
cd11IfRfNativePowerEntry .
cd11IfNativeNumberPowerLevels .
cd11IfNativeCurrentPowerLevel .
cd11IfNativePowerUnits .
cd11IfDataRatesSensitivityTable .
cd11IfDataRatesSensitivityEntry .
cd11IfRatesSensRequiredSnr .
cd11IfRatesSensContention .
cd11IfPhyFhssTable .
cd11IfPhyFhssEntry .
cd11IfPhyFhssMaxCompatibleRate .
cd11IfPhyDsssTable .
cd11IfPhyDsssEntry .
cd11IfPhyDsssMaxCompatibleRate .
cd11IfPhyDsssChannelAutoEnable .
cd11IfPhyDsssCurrentChannel .
cd11IfStatistics .
cd11IfMacStatistics .
cd11IfMacLayerCountersTable .
cd11IfMacLayerCountersEntry .
cd11IfTransDeferEnerDetects .
cd11IfRecFrameMacCrcErrors .
cd11IfSsidMismatches .
cd11IfRogueApDetectedTable .
cd11IfRogueApDetectedEntry .
cd11IfRogueApMacAddr .
cd11IfRogueApName .
ciscoDot11IfMIBConformance .
ciscoDot11IfMIBCompliances .
ciscoDot11IfMIBGroups .