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Object Name OID Type Access Info
         ibmElanLesTable no-access
This table contains configuration information for the all LESs for each ELAN specified in the elanConfTable. This table is used by the LECS to know if a backup LES is configured.
             ibmElanLesEntry no-access
Each entry represents a LES/Emulated LAN pair this agent maintains.
                 ibmBackupLesAtmAddrValid truthvalue read-write
When True specifies the backup LES is specified by ibmBackupLesAtmAddr. When False specifies no backup LES is configured.
                 ibmBackupLesAtmAddr atmlaneaddress read-write
The ATM address of the backup LES.
             ibmLecsConfTable no-access
This table contains configuration information the LECSs within the scope of the agent.
                 ibmLecsConfEntry no-access
Each entry represents a LECS this agent maintains. Objects lecsUseBurnedInEsi, lecsConfiguredEsi, and lecsConfiguredSelector cannot be modified unless the lecsAdminStatus is set to down(2). And the change doesn't take effect until the lecsAdminStatus is set to up(1).
                     lecsUseBurnedInEsi truthvalue read-write
Specifies whether a MAC Address burned into the ATM device should be used as the End System Identifier component of the LECS ATM Address.
                     lecsConfiguredEsi atmprivateaddresi read-write
Locally Administered End System Identifier that is to be used as the ESI component of the LECS's ATM Address.
                     lecsConfiguredSelector atmselector read-write
Specifies value to be used as Selector field component of LECS's ATM address.
                     lecsValidateBestEffortPcr truthvalue read-write
When false, Best Effort Configuration Direct VCCs will be accepted without regard to the signalled forward Peak Cell Rate (PCR). When true, Best Effort VCCs will be rejected if the signalled forward PCR exceeds the line speed of the LECS ATM device. Calls will not be rejected due to the backward PCR. The signalled backward PCR will be honored if it does not exceed the line rate; otherwise, transmissions to the caller will be at line rate.
                     configDirectMaxReservedBw integer32 read-write
Defines the maximum acceptable Sustained Cell Rate (SCR) for a Configuration Direct VCC; if SCR is not specified on the incoming call, then this parameter defines the maximum acceptable Peak Cell Rate (PCR) for a Configuration Direct VCC with reserved bandwidth. This parameter is applied to both forward and backward directions. Calls received with Traffic Parameters specifying higher rates will be released. If SCR is specified on the incoming call, the call will not be rejected due to the PCR or Maximum Burst Size. The constraint imposed by this parameter is not applicable to BEST EFFORT connections.
                     atmDevLineSpeed unsigned32 read-only
Line Speed of LECS ATM Device. This should not exposed to the user.
                     idleVccTime unsigned32 read-write
When the maximum number of VCCs is exceeded at the LECS, VCCs are released (see lecsMaxVccs). All active VCCs at the LECS are scanned. If a VCC has been inactive for this length of time, then it is released.
                     lecsMaxVccs unsigned32 read-write
This is the maximum number of simultaneous VCCs supported by the LECS. If this number is exceeded, then VCCs will be released (see idleVccTime).
                     lecsDomainName displaystring read-write
This is the name to associate with the Domain of the LECS