This MIB module defines objects describing statistics and
        configuration relating to the Raw Data Record Formatter running
        on a service control entity.
        The Raw Data Record (RDR) formatter is a component implemented
        by the service control entity that gathers raw data records
        produced by the entity and delivers them to external entities
        as reports.  The external entities are called RDR destinations
        or RDR collectors.  The RDR formatter can be configured to send
        reports to one or multiple destinations. 
        RDR formatter can group RDRs into potentially four categories.
        RDR mapping to the categories is done by the client application
        or the user and reflects different logical destinations or
        purposes.  For example the application may map Quota related
        RDRs to category 1, and Transaction related RDRs to category 2. 
        The user can configure these categories to different
        destinations and assign them with different priorities.  Each
        category has a separate queue for forwarding the RDRs and has
        seperate counters for gathering of statistics (sent, dropped,
        queued etc.).  An RDR can belong to any one of the category as
        chosen by the user or client application.  
        The RDR formatter supports multiple destinations identified by
        IP address and a port number. Each destination is assigned with
        a priority for each of the categories.  Priority is a number in
        the range of 1-100, with 100 being the highest priority.  The
        priorities are effective only when the formatter is in
        forwarding mode 'Redundancy' and are configured during
        destination configuration (while assigning the destination with
        categories).  For example we have destination A configured with
        category 1 which is configured with priority 100, destination B
        configured with category 1 and priority 80 and destination C
        with category 1 and priority 90.  When in redundancy mode the
        formatter will set the active destination for a category to be
        the destination with the highest priority.  For category 1 the
        active destination will be A. If destination A goes down then
        the next destination selected by the formatter as active is
        destination C.

Imported Objects

entPhysicalIndex, entPhysicalNameENTITY-MIB
InetAddressType, InetAddress, InetPortNumberINET-ADDRESS-MIB
MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, Counter32, NOTIFICATION-TYPE, Gauge32, Unsigned32, Integer32, TimeTicksSNMPv2-SMI
TruthValue, TimeStampSNMPv2-TC
ciscoServiceControlRdrMIB .
ciscoSCRdrMIBNotifs .
cscRdrCategoryStoppedDiscardingReportsTrap .
cscRdrCategoryDiscardingReportsTrap .
cscRdrNoActiveConnectionTrap .
cscRdrConnectionStatusDownTrap .
cscRdrActiveConnectionTrap .
cscRdrConnectionStatusUpTrap .
ciscoSCRdrMIBObjects .
cscRdrFormatterTable .
cscRdrFormatterEntry .
cscRdrFormatterEnable .
cscRdrFormatterNumSentReports .
cscRdrFormatterNumDiscardedReports .
cscRdrFormatterReportRate .
cscRdrFormatterReportRatePeak .
cscRdrFormatterReportRatePeakTime .
cscRdrFormatterProtocol .
cscRdrFormatterForwardingMode .
cscRdrDestTable .
cscRdrDestEntry .
cscRdrDestIndex .
cscRdrDestReportRate .
cscRdrDestInetAddressType .
cscRdrDestInetAddress .
cscRdrDestPort .
cscRdrDestPriority .
cscRdrDestStatus .
cscRdrDestConnectionStatus .
cscRdrDestNumSentReports .
cscRdrDestNumDiscardedReports .
cscRdrCategoryTable .
cscRdrCategoryEntry .
cscRdrCategoryIndex .
cscRdrCategoryID .
cscRdrCategoryName .
cscRdrCategoryNumSentReports .
cscRdrCategoryNumDiscardedReports .
cscRdrCategoryReportRate .
cscRdrCategoryNumQueuedReports .
cscRdrCategoryDestTable .
cscRdrCategoryDestEntry .
cscRdrCategoryDestPriority .
cscRdrCategoryDestStatus .
cscRdrNotifsConfig .
cscRdrReportsEnableNotifs .
cscRdrCounterDiscontinuityTime .
ciscoSCRdrMIBConform .
cscRdrMIBCompliances .
cscRdrMIBGroups .