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MIB Discussions for TGk. Byoung-Jo “J” Kim AT&T Labs-Research. Per-STA table. Include STA, AP under MAC branch Elementary data to enable various algorithms for deducing situations From any frame successfully decoded during normal operations

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MIB Discussions for TGk

Byoung-Jo “J” Kim

AT&T Labs-Research

Byoung-Jo “J” Kim, AT&T Labs-Research

per sta table
Per-STA table
  • Include STA, AP under MAC branch
  • Elementary data to enable various algorithms for deducing situations
  • From any frame successfully decoded during normal operations
    • Includes STA from other BSS
    • Locally observed, mostly passively
  • Not particularly intended to be sent over the air to other STA
    • Maybe some parts if overlapping variables exist in action/report
    • Most likely only AP has it
    • Not useful for Clients without SNMP agent
    • STA will do measurement per TGk Actions and Reports, that may or may not be stored in TGk tables under SMT branch, if SNMP agents exists.

Byoung-Jo “J” Kim, AT&T Labs-Research

potential uses
Potential Uses
  • Features that can be obtained via customizable SNMP tools, added by equipment manufacturers or management software vendors
    • Detect Rogue: MAC addresses and other info for STA/AP outside of BSS
    • Detect Potentially Overlapping BSS: # of STAs outside of BSS and # packets from them
    • Detect Potential Coverage Problems: consistently low RCPI/RSSI/PSNI from a set of STAs in BSS
    • Identify new AP locations
    • Long-term Load monitoring/balance, Coarse location tracking
    • Usage data for upgrade planning
    • System-wide Frequency Selection based on long-term stats
    • System-wide Power adjustment
    • Identify Trouble Makers: e.g., too much multicast from a STA
    • Supplement Accounting information
    • Distinguish system-wide problem from link-specific problem
    • Remote diagnosis of STAs and APs

Byoung-Jo “J” Kim, AT&T Labs-Research

  • Enable third-party network management software developed for various aspects of 802.11
  • Proprietary implementations exist in some APs
  • Elementary information is better for unanticipated usage
    • Avoid purpose-specific parameters
  • Latest or Instantaneous values better than nothing
    • Can be statistically sampled via SNMP. 100% is not needed
    • Some form of tracking is even better
  • Mostly Passive during normal operations
  • Configurable aging parameters to keep the table size small and relevent
  • 40 bytes per STA despite the length in MIB definition text

Byoung-Jo “J” Kim, AT&T Labs-Research


Dot11staStatsEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

dot11staAddress MacAddress,

ifIndex Integer32,

dot11staBSSID MacAddress,


-- >> J Kim: The below is basically a copy of dot11CountersTable except

-- dot11FCSErrorCounter, dot11MulticastTransmittedFrameCounter

-- that do not make sense for this table

dot11staTransmittedFragmentCount Counter32,

dot11staFailedCount Counter32,

dot11staRetryCount Counter32,

-- >> J Kim: Any use for distinguishing short and long retries?

dot11staMultipleRetryCount Counter32,

dot11staFrameDuplicateCount Counter32,

dot11staRTSSuccessCount Counter32,

dot11staRTSFailureCount Counter32,

dot11staACKFailureCount Counter32,

dot11staReceivedFragmentCount Counter32,

dot11staMulticastReceivedFrameCount Counter32,

dot11staTransmittedFrameCount Counter32,

dot11staWEPUndecryptableCount Counter32,

-- >> J Kim: Similarity to CountersTable ends here

Byoung-Jo “J” Kim, AT&T Labs-Research


dot11staReceivedByteCount Counter32,

dot11staTransmittedByteCount Counter32,

dot11staRSSI Integer32,

dot11staRxSignalQuality Integer32,

dot11staType INTEGER,

dot11staState INTEGER,

dot11staAID Unsigned32,

dot11staPHYType INTEGER,

dot11staCurrentChannel INTEGER,

dot11staSecurityStatus INTEGER,

-- >> J Kim: the RSSI histogram in this table is using the similar format as that of 11h RPI histogram.

-- However, this is RSSI from dot11staAddress measured by this STA on this ifIndex,

-- if measured during routine operation or requested by the dot11staAddress which may be

-- also stored in the dot11ReportsTable.

-- RSSI histograms measured not by this STA and reported back to this STA from other STA

-- is recorded in the dot11ReportsTable under SMT branch.

dot11staRSSIhistogram OCTET STRING,

dot11staRSSIhistogramDuration Unsigned32,

dot11staRSSIhistogramTime TimeTicks,

dot11staTxRate Unsigned32,

dot11staRxRate Unsigned32,

dot11staRoamed INTEGER,

dot11staLastSeen TimeTicks}

-- >> J Kim: 11h TPC report results are kept under SMT branch

-- >> J Kim: Add any Capability Information?

Byoung-Jo “J” Kim, AT&T Labs-Research

addition in dot11phy branch
Addition in dot11phy branch

Dot11PhyDSSSEntry ::=

SEQUENCE { dot11CurrentChannel INTEGER,

dot11CCAModeSupported INTEGER,

dot11CurrentCCAMode INTEGER,

dot11EDThreshold Integer32,

-- >> J Kim: TGk addition starts

dot11DSSSCCABusyFraction INTEGER,

dot11DSSSCCAMeasurementDuration INTEGER,

-- >> These following two are just reminders for potential variables on per interface received power stat

-- dot11DSSSAverageRxPower INTEGER,

-- dot11DSSSAveragePxPowerDuration Unsigned32,

dot11DSSSAverageNoisePower Integer32,

dot11DSSSAverageCCAPositivePower Integer32,

dot11PLDUCRCError Counter32}

-- >> J Kim: TGK addition ends

Byoung-Jo “J” Kim, AT&T Labs-Research