This MIB module contain a collection of managed objects
that apply to network devices supporting the Cisco
The StackWise technology provides a method for collectively
utilizing a stack of switches to create a single switching
The data stack is used for switching data packets and, in
power stack, switches are connected by special stack power
cables to share power. Moreover, stackwise is the concept
for combining multiple systems to give an impression of a
single system so that is why both power stack and data stack
are supported by single MIB.
Stack - A collection of switches connected by the
Cisco StackWise technology.
Master - The switch that is managing the stack.
Member - A switch in the stack that is
NOT the stack master.
Ring - Components that makes up the connections
between the switches in order to create a
Stackport - A special physical connector used by the ring.
It is possible for a switch have more than
SDM - Switch Database Management.
Stack Power - A collection of switches connected by special
stack power cables to share the power of
inter-connected power supplies across all switches
requiring power. Stack Power is managed by a
single data stack.
Jack-Jack - It is a device that provides the Power Shelf
capabilities required for Stack Power on
POE - Power Over Ethernet
FEP - Front End Power Supply
SOC - Sustained Overload Condition
GLS - Graceful Load Shedding
ILS - Immediate Load Shedding
SRLS - System Ring Load Shedding
SSLS - System Star Load Shedding