Standards and other documents defining OIDs
that are captured in the OID repository

 

Choose a category of documents:

·      ITU-T Recommendations

·      ISO and IEC standards

·      IETF RFCs

·      Miscellaneous

 

Note: mistakes found in OIDs defined in those documents are indicated as comments under the standard number or document title.

 

ITU-T Recommendations

Note: The list is not exhaustive.

1.      G.650

2.      G.650.1

3.      G.650.2

4.      G.651

5.      G.652

6.      G.653

7.      G.654

8.      G.655

9.      G.661

10.  G.662

11.  G.663

12.  G.664

13.  G.671

14.  G.681

15.  G.691

16.  G.692

17.  G.693

18.  G.694.1

19.  G.694.2

20.  G.700 (withdrawn)

21.  G.701

22.  G.702

23.  G.703

24.  G.704

25.  G.705

26.  G.706

27.  G.707

28.  G.708

29.  G.709

30.  G.711

31.  G.712

32.  G.713 (withdrawn, now covered by G.712)

33.  G.714 (withdrawn, now covered by G.712)

34.  G.715 (withdrawn, now covered by G.712)

35.  G.720

36.  G.721 (withdrawn, now covered by G.726)

37.  G.722 + G.722 Annex A + G.722 Appendix II

38.  G.722.1 + G.722.1 Cor.1 + G.722.1 Annex A + G.722.1 Annex B

39.  G.722.2 + G.722.2 Annex A + G.722.2 Annex B + G.722.2 Annex C + G.722.2 Annex E

40.  G.723 (withdrawn, now covered by G.726)

41.  G.723.1

42.  G.imp.723.1 + G.723.1 Annex A + G.723.1 Annex B + G.723.1 Annex C

43.  G.724

44.  G.725

45.  G.726 + G.726 Annex A + G.726 Appendix II + G.726 Appendix III

46.  G.727 + G.727 Annex A + G.727 Appendix II + G.727 Appendix III

47.  G.728 + G.728 Annex G + G.728 Annex G Cor.1 + G.728 Annex H + G.728 Annex I + G.728 Annex J + G.728 Appendix I + G.728 Appendix II

48.  G.729 + G.729 Annex A + G.729 Annex B + G.729 Annex B Cor.1 + G.729 Annex B Cor.2 + G.729 Annex C + G.729 Annex D + G.729 Annex D Cor.1 + G.729 Annex E + G.729 Annex E Cor.1 + G.729 Annex F + G.729 Annex G + G.729 Annex H + G.729 Annex I + G.729 Annexes Cor.2 + G.729 Appendix I

49.  G.731

50.  G.732

51.  G.733

52.  G.734

53.  G.735

54.  G.736

55.  G.737

56.  G.738

57.  G.739

58.  G.741

59.  G.742

60.  G.743

61.  G.744

62.  G.745

63.  G.746

64.  G.747

65.  G.751

66.  G.752

67.  G.753

68.  G.754

69.  G.755

70.  G.761

71.  G.763 + G.763 Erratum + G.763 Appendix I

72.  G.764 + G.764 Appendix I

73.  G.765 + G.765 Appendix I

74.  G.766

75.  G.767

76.  G.Imp.767

77.  G.768

78.  G.769

79.  G.771 (withdrawn)

80.  G.772

81.  G.773

82.  G.774: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) g(7) g774(774) informationModel(0) asn1Module(2) sdh(0)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

asn1Module(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7)

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83.  G.774.01

84.  G.774.01 Cor.1

85.  G.774.1

86.  G.774.2: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) g(7) g774(774) hyphen(127) conf(2) informationModel(0)}

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87.  G.774.03 + G.774.03 Cor.1

88.  G.774.04 + G.774.04 Cor.1

89.  G.774.4

90.  G.774.5: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) g(7) g774(774) hyphen(127) cs(5)

informationModel(0)}

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asn1Module(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7)

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91.  G.774.6: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) g(7) g774(774) hyphen(127) pmUni(6) informationModel(0)}

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asn1Module(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7)

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92.  G.774.7 (11/1996)

93.  G.774.7 (02/2001)

94.  G.774.8 (04/1997)

95.  G.774.8 (02/2001)

96.  G.774.9 (02/1998)

97.  G.774.9 (02/2001)

98.  G.774.10

99.  G.775

100.                     G.776.1

101.                     G.776.3

102.                     G.780

103.                     G.781

104.                     G.782

105.                     G.783 + G.783 Amd. 1 + G.783 Cor.1

106.                     G.784

107.                     G.785

108.                     G.791

109.                     G.792

110.                     G.793

111.                     G.794

112.                     G.795

113.                     G.796 + G.796 Amd. 1

114.                     G.797

115.                     G.798 + G.798 Amd. 1

116.                     G.801

117.                     G.802

118.                     G.803

119.                     G.804

120.                     G.805

121.                     G.806

122.                     G.807

123.                     G.810

124.                     G.811

125.                     G.812

126.                     G.813 + G.813 Cor.1

127.                     G.854.1

128.                     G.854.3

129.                     G.854.6

130.                     G.854.8

131.                     G.854.10

132.                     G.854.12

133.                     G.854.16

134.                     G.855.1: incomplete capture

{ITU-T Recommendation g gntm(85501) informationModel(0)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

asn1Module(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) – action(9) – notification(10) - specificError(12)

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Be careful! Parameter type OIDs are registered under the following arc: {ITU-T Recommendation g gntm(85501) informationModel(0) specificError(12)}.

135.                     G.950

136.                     G.957

137.                     G.958

138.                     G.959.1

139.                     G.966

140.                     G.972

141.                     G.973

142.                     G.974

143.                     G.975

144.                     G.976

145.                     G.977

146.                     G.7041

147.                     G.7042

148.                     G.7710

149.                     G.7712

150.                     G.7713

151.                     G.7714

152.                     G.7715

153.                     G.8080

154.                     H.225.0

155.                     H.235

156.                     H.248

157.                     H.460.1

158.                     J.126

159.                     J.166

160.                     J.191

161.                     J.192

162.                     J.800.2

163.                     Q.48

164.                     Q.253

165.                     Q.706

166.                     Q.708

167.                     Q.711

168.                     Q.733.1

169.                     Q.733.2

170.                     Q.733.3 + Amd. 1

171.                     Q.733.4

172.                     Q.733.5

173.                     Q.736.1

174.                     Q.736.3

175.                     Q.751.1: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap(751) mtp(1) informationModel(0)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

specificExtensions(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) – parameter(5) – nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) – notification(10)

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176.                     Q.751.2

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap(751) sccp(2) informationModel(0)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

specificExtensions(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) – parameter(5) – nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) – notification(10)

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177.                     Q.751.3

Subclause 8.1.7 and 8.2.7: “ ASN.1 Definitions

Ø  {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap(751) accounting(3) informationModel(0)}

Arcs below this one are mistakenly defined under {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap(751) accounting(3)} in this Recommendation.

Ø  ss7AccountingAndVerificationControlPackage-POi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= ::= {accountingPackage ss7AccountingAndVerificationControlPackage(3)}

ss7AccountingAndVerificationControlPackage-POi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= ::= {accountingPackage ss7AccountingAndVerificationControlPackage(0)}

Two identical OIDs are defined at different nodes located at the same level of the tree. None of them has been registered.

 

Note that subclause 8.2.7 defines the following OID which hasn’t been registered:

dpcGroupPackage-POi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {accountingPackage dpcGroupPackage (3)}

Ø  controlPointerPackage-POi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=  {accountingPackage controlPointerPackage(1)}

ss7AccountingLogRecordPackage-POi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {accountingPackage ss7AccountingLogRecordPackage(1)}

This Recommendation defines 2 different identifiers for the same node. The first one above-mentioned has been registered.

Ø  measurementControlStatus-AOi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {accountingAttribute measurementControlStatus(6)}

dpcGroupId-AOi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {accountingAttribute dpcGroupId(6)}

This Recommendation defines 2 different identifiers for the same node. The first one above-mentioned has been registered.

Ø  endOfMeasurementTime-AOi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {accountingAttribute endOfMeasurementTime(7)}

mtpAccountId-AOi OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {accountingAttribute mtpAccountId(7)}

This Recommendation defines 2 different identifiers for the same node. The first one above-mentioned has been registered.

Ø  {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap(751) accounting(3) informationModel(0) attribute(7)}

All nodes below this arc are reserved, from node 0 to node 7, except node 2. Is this an indication that a definition is missing in the Recommendation?

178.                     Q.751.4 (1998)

179.                     Q.752

180.                     Q.753 (1997)

181.                     Q.754 (1997)

Subclause 6.1: “Objects and operations

OMAP runs tests on objects such as the MTP and SCCP routing tables. These objects are described here as "Object Classes" and are identified by an object identifier which specifies this Recommendation and the type of object. This structure is shown below for the OMAP object identifiers mtp-Routing-Tables, sccp-Routing-Tables and cvt‑Cic‑Tables.

oMAP

OBJECT IDENTIFIER :: = { ITU-T Recommendation q 754 }

mtp-Routing-Tables-1992

OBJECT IDENTIFIER :: = { oMAP 0 }

sccp-Routing-Tables-1992

OBJECT IDENTIFIER :: = { oMAP 1 }

cvt-Cic-Tables-1992

OBJECT IDENTIFIER :: = { oMAP 5 }

Ø  The first OID above-mentioned has been registered this way: {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q754(754)}

Ø  {oMAP 0}, in the second line of the table, is contradictory with the module defined in subclause 6.3: OMASE {itu-t(0) recommendation q 754 omase(0)}. Registration of this OID describes it as module named OMASE.

Ø  The two last OIDs defined in the table haven’t been captured yet.

182.                     Q.755

183.                     Q.755.1

184.                     Q.755.2 (1997)

185.                     Q.765

186.                     Q.765bis

187.                     Q.765.1 (1998)

188.                     Q.765.1bis + Q.765.1bis Amd. 1

189.                     Q.765.5 Amd. 1

190.                     Q.765.4 (2000)

191.                     Q.765.5 + Q.765.5 Amd. 1

192.                     Q.768

193.                     Q.773 (1997)

194.                     Q.775

195.                     Q.812 + Q.812 App.I  + Q.812 Amd. 1

196.                     Q.813 (1998)

197.                     Q.814 (2000)

198.                     Q.815 (2000)

199.                     Q.816.1

200.                     Q.821 (2000) + Q.821 Cor.1

201.                     Q.821.1

202.                     Q.822 (1994)

203.                     Q.822.1

204.                     Q.823 (1996): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q823(823) informationModel(0)}

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specificExtensions(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) – nameBinding(5) – attribute(6) – action(7) – notification(8)

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205.                     Q.824.0 (1995): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) ca(824) dot(127) common(0) informationModel(0)}

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asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) – nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9)

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206.                     Q.824.1 (1995): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) ca(824) dot(127) isdn(1) informationModel(0)}

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asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) – parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9)

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207.                     Q.824.2 (1995): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) ca(824) dot(127) isdnss(2) informationModel(0)}

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asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9)

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208.                     Q.824.3 (1995)

209.                     Q.824.4 (1995)

210.                     Q.824.5 (1997): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) ca(824) dot(127) v5interface(5) informationModel(0)}

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standardSpecificExtensions(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) – notification(10)

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211.                     Q.824.6: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) ca(824) dot(127) bsm(6) informationModel(0)}

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standardSpecificExtensions(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) – notification(10)

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212.                     Q.824.7: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) ca(824) dot(127) ebs(6) informationModel(0)}

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standardSpecificExtensions(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) – notification(10)

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213.                     Q.825 (1998): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q825(825) informationModel(0)}

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asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(5) – attribute(6) – action(7) - notification(8)

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214.                     Q.831 (1997): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q831(831) informationModel(0)}

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standardSpecificExtension(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – notification(10) – parameter(11)

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215.                     Q.832.1 (1998): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q832(832) dot(127) vb51(1) informationModel(0)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

standardSpecificExtension(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) - notification(10) –

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216.                     Q.832.2 (1999): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q832(832) dot(127) vb52(2) informationModel(0)}

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standardSpecificExtension(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) - notification(10) –

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217.                     Q.832.3: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q832(832) dot(127) coor(3) informationModel(0)}

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standardSpecificExtension(0) - asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) - notification(10) –

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218.                     Q.833.1: incomplete capture

219.                     Q.835 (1999): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q835(835) informationModel(0)}

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asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) – parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) - notification(10) –

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220.                     Q.836.1 (2000): incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q835(835) informationModel(0)}

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asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) – package(4) – nameBinding(6) – attribute(7) – action(9) - notification(10) – behaviour(11)

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221.                     Q.850 + Q.850 Addendum1 + Q.850 Amd. 1

222.                     Q.860  (2000)

223.                     Q.932 (1998) + Q.932 Amd. 1

224.                     Q.941

·         Q.951.1?

·         Q.951.2?

·         Q.951.3?

·         Q.951.4?

·         Q.951.5?

·         Q.951.6?

225.                     Q.951.7 (1997)

·         Q.951.8?

226.                     Q.952 (1993)

227.                     Q.952.7 (1997)

228.                     Q.953.1

229.                     Q.953.2

230.                     Q.953.3 (1997)

231.                     Q.953.4

232.                     Q.953.5

233.                     Q.954.1 (1993)

Subclause 1.4: “Coding requirements

Replace

Conference-Add-On-Operations {ccitt recommendation q 954 conference-add-on-operations-and-errors(1)}

with

Conference-Add-On-Operations {ccitt recommendation q 954 conference-add-on(1) operations-and-errors(1)}

234.                     Q.954.2 (1995)

235.                     Q.955.1 (1992)

236.                     Q.955.3 (1993)

237.                     Q.956.2 (1995)

238.                     Q.956.3 (1995)

239.                     Q.957.1 (1996)

240.                     Q.1218 + Q.1218 Addendum 1

241.                     Q.1219

242.                     Q.1228: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q1228(1228) cs(2)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

ac(3) – as(5) – rosObject(25) – contract(26) – package(27)

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Subclause 4.6: “Object identifiers”

This subclause defines an asn.1 module named spkmGssTokens. This module imports the following OID:

{iso(1) identified-organization(3) dod(6) internet(1) security(5) mechanisms(5) spkm(1) spkmGssTokens(10)}

Nodes spkm(1) and spkmGssTokens(10) haven’t been registered yet. Subclause 4.6 doesn’t indicate which recommendation defines them.

Appendix II: “Data types”

Subclause 2.4.3: “ Object identifier assignments”

The following object identifier assignments can be used as a starting point for identifying Mobility objects in Recommendation ITU-T X.500.

id-at-inMobilityID OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-at-inMobility 0}

id-at-inMobilityPIN OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-at-inMobility 1}

id-at-inMobilityPrefix OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-at-inMobility 2}

id-at-inMobilitySubPrefix OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-at-inMobility 3}

id-oc-inMobilityUserProfile OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-oc-inMobility 0}

id-oc-inMobilityServiceProvider OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-oc-inMobility 1}

id-oc-inMobilitySubscriberGroup OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-oc-inMobility 2}

id-nf-inMobilityUserProfileNameForm OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-nf-inMobility 0}

id-nf-inMobilityServiceProviderNameForm OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-nf-inMobility 1}

id-nf-inMobilitySubscriberGroupNameForm OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {id-nf-inMobility 2}

Those OIDs haven’t been registered yet. This Recommendation doesn’t indicate what is the value of “id-at-inMobility”.

243.                     Q.1229

Many OIDs are defined in Q.1229, but this Recommendation doesn’t indicate the level of the tree where these OIDs must be created.

244.                     Q.1238.1: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q1238(1238)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

modules(1) - ac(3) – at(4) – as(5) – oc(6) – mt(7) – sf(11) – soa(21) – aca(24) - rosObject(25) – contract(26) – package(27) – avc(29)

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245.                     Q.1238.2

246.                     Q.1238.3

247.                     Q.1238.4

248.                     Q.1238.5

249.                     Q.1238.6

250.                     Q.1238.7

251.                     Q.1248.1

Ø  {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q1248(1248) ac(3) scf-ssfRouteMonitoringAC(33)}

Last arc of this OID should be replaced by the following identifier: scf-ssfRouteMonitoringAC(33).

Ø  {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q1248(1248) avc(29) assignment(2)}

Last arc of this OID should be replaced by the following identifier: basicService(2). By the way, this OID has been registered with this identifier.

Ø  {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) q1248(1248) avc(29) assignment(3)}

Last arc of this OID should be replaced by the following identifier: lineIdentify(3). By the way, this OID has been registered with this identifier.

252.                     Q.1248.2

253.                     Q.1248.3

254.                     Q.1248.4

255.                     Q.1248.5

256.                     Q.1248.6

257.                     Q.1248.7

258.                     Q.1400 + Q.1400 Addendum 1

259.                     Q.1521

260.                     Q.1551

261.                     Q.1711

262.                     Q.1721

263.                     Q.1902.1

264.                     Q.1902.2

265.                     Q.1902.3

266.                     Q.1902.4

267.                     Q.1902.5

268.                     Q.1902.6

269.                     Q.2724.1

270.                     Q.2735.1

271.                     Q.2751.1

Subclause 8.10: “ Abstract syntax productions

Ø  {itu(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap2(2751) part1(1) informationModel(0) attribute(7) maxLengthSscopUuField(9)}

This recommendation doesn’t indicate the meaning of abbreviation “Uu”.

Ø  {itu(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap2(2751) part1(1) informationModel(0) attribute(7) sscopTimerIdle(9)}

This Recommendation doesn’t indicate the meaning of abbreviation “Idle”.

Ø  {itu(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap2(2751) part1(1) informationModel(0) attribute(7) longMessageSupported(36)}

{itu(0) recommendation(0) q(17) omap2(2751) part1(1) informationModel(0) attribute(7) vcTTpPointer(36)}

This Recommendation assigns 2 different identifiers to node numbered 36, whereas it doesn’t define node numbered 10 at the same level of the tree.

272.                     Q.2932.1

273.                     Q.2957.1 + Q.2957.1 Amd. 1

274.                     Q.2964.1

275.                     Q.2981

276.                     Q.2982

277.                     Q.2984

Subclause 8.1: “Abstract definition of the prenegotiation operations

Ø  Replace

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) 2982 cc-operations(1)}

with

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) 2981 cc-operations(1)}

Ø  Replace

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) 2982 call-object-class-definitions(5)}

with

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) q(17) 2981 call-object-class-definitions(5)}

278.                     Q.2991.1

279.                     Q.3303.1

280.                     Q.3304.1

281.                     T.4 + T.4 Amd.1 + T.4 Amd. 2

282.                     T.30 + T.30 Amd. 1 + T.30 Amd. 2 + T.30 Amd. 3 + T.30 Amd. 4 + T.30 Cor.1

283.                     T.43 + T.43 Amd. 1

284.                     T.44 + T.44 Amd. 1

285.                     T.80

286.                     T.81

287.                     T.82

288.                     T.84 + T.84 Amd. 1

289.                     T.86

290.                     T.100

291.                     T.107

292.                     T.123

293.                     T.124 (1998)

Subclause 8.7: “GCCPDU definitions »

GCC-PROTOCOL DEFINITIONS AUTOMATIC TAGS ::=

BEGIN

This subclause defines an ASN.1 module named “GCC-PROTOCOL”. The problem is that this subclause doesn’t indicate the level of the tree where this module has to be registered.

Recommendation ITU-T T.123 defines an equivalent module at the following level of the tree : {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) t(20) t123(123)annexb(2) 1}, where annexb(2) corresponds to the annex in which the module is defined

Recommendation ITU-T T.135 imports a module:

URST-PROTOCOL DEFINITIONS AUTOMATIC TAGS ::=

BEGIN

-- Export all symbols

-- Imports definitions from T.124

IMPORTS

  TextString, SimpleTextString, DialingString, ExtraDialingString, SubAddressString,

  H221NonStandardIdentifier, Key, NonStandardParameter, ChallengeResponse, ChallengeRequest,

  Privilege

FROM GCC-PROTOCOL {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) t(20) 124};

294.                     T.125 (1998)

295.                     T.126 (1997)

296.                     T.127 (1995)

297.                     T.128 (1998)

298.                     T.134 (1998)

299.                     T.135 (1998)

300.                     T.136 (1999)

301.                     T.137 (2000)

302.                     T.172 (1998)

303.                     T.173 (1997)

304.                     T.174

305.                     T.175

306.                     T.190

307.                     T.191

308.                     T.192 (1998)

309.                     T.330 (1988)

Annex A defines the following ASN.1 module:

TLMAAbsService {ccitt-t330}

DEFINITIONS IMPLICIT TAGS ::=

BEGIN

But ccitt-t330 is not a legal OID. We think the OID should more or less look like:

TLMAAbsService {ITU-T Recommendation(0) t(20) t330(330) tLMAAbsService(0)}

310.                     T.411 (1993) + T.411 Cor.1

311.                     T.412 + T.412 Cor.1

312.                     T.412 Cor.2

313.                     T.413 (1994)

314.                     T.414 + T.414 Cor. 1 + T.414 Cor. 2

315.                     T.415 (1993) + T.415 Cor. 1 + T.415 Cor. 2

316.                     T.416 (1993) + T.416 Cor. 1

317.                     T.417 (1993) + T.417 Amd. 1 + T.417 Amd. 2 + T.417 Cor. 1

318.                     T.418 (1993)

319.                     T.419 (1995)

320.                     T.421 (1994)

321.                     T.422 (1999)

322.                     T.424 (1996)

323.                     T.433 (1992) + T.433 Amd. 1

324.                     T.434 (1999)

325.                     T.435 (1995)

326.                     T.436 (1995)

327.                     T.503 + T.503 Amd. 1 + T.503 Amd. 2 + T.503 Amd. 3 + T.503 Amd. 4 + T.503 Cor.1

328.                     T.506

329.                     T.611

330.                     X.36

331.                     X.110

332.                     X.115

333.                     X.116

334.                     X.121

335.                     X.122

336.                     X.123

337.                     X.124

338.                     X.125

339.                     X.130

340.                     X.131

341.                     X.134

342.                     X.135

343.                     X.136

344.                     X.137

345.                     X.138

346.                     X.139

347.                     X.140

348.                     X.141

349.                     X.144

350.                     X.145

351.                     X.146

352.                     X.150

353.                     X.160

354.                     X.162: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) x(24) x162(162)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

cnmAsn1Modules(2) - cnmmanagedObjectClass(3) - cnmpackage(4) - cnmparameter(5) - cnmnameBinding(6) - cnmattribute(7) - cnmattributeGroup(8) - cnmaction(9) - cnmnotification(10) - cnmFunctionalUnit(11) – miscellaneous(12)

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355.                     X.163

356.                     X.170

357.                     X.171

358.                     X.180

359.                     X.181

360.                     X.200

361.                     X.207

362.                     X.208

363.                     X.209

364.                     X.210

365.                     X.211

366.                     X.212

367.                     X.213

368.                     X.214

369.                     X.215

370.                     X.216

371.                     X.217

372.                     X.218

373.                     X.219

374.                     X.220

375.                     X.222

376.                     X.223

377.                     X.224

378.                     X.225

379.                     X.226

380.                     X.227

381.                     X.228

382.                     X.229

383.                     X.233

384.                     X.234

385.                     X.235

386.                     X.236

387.                     X.237

388.                     X.237 bis

389.                     X.244

390.                     X.245

391.                     X.246

392.                     X.247

393.                     X.248

394.                     X.249

395.                     X.255

396.                     X.256

397.                     X.257

398.                     X.263

399.                     X.264

400.                     X.272

401.                     X.273

402.                     X.281

403.                     X.282: incomplete capture

We wanted to capture the following object identifier which is defined in C.3 (informative annex):

{iso(1) member-body(2) us(840) 802dot3(10006) repeaterMgt(19) attribute(7) sysResetTime(47)}

Unfortunately, we don’t have any information about 802dot3(10006) and repeaterMgt(19).

Note also that 802dot3(10006) is an illegal identifier in ASN.1: It shall begin with a lowercase letter.

The following OIDs haven’t been captured for the same reasons:

{iso(1) member-body(2) us(840) 802dot3(10006) repeaterMgt(19) attribute(7) repeaterResetTimeStamp(48)}

{iso(1) member-body(2) us(840) 802dot3(10006) repeaterMgt(19) action(9) resetSystem(49)}

{joint-iso-itu-t(2) datalink-layer(15) management(0)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

standardSpecificExtensions(0) – asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - attributeGroup(8) - action(9) - notification(10)

 

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404.                     X.283: incomplete capture

{joint-iso-ccitt(2) network-layer(13)  management(0) nLM(2)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

standardSpecificExtensions(0) – asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - attributeGroup(8) - action(9) - notification(10)

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405.                     X.284: incomplete capture

{joint-iso-ccitt(2) transport-layer(14) management(0)}

 

This OID and his following children have been captured:

standardSpecificExtensions(0) – asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - attributeGroup(8) - action(9) - notification(10)

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406.                     X.287: incomplete capture

{joint-iso-ccitt(2) ms(9) smi(3) part8(8)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

standardSpecificExtensions(0) – asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - attributeGroup(8) - action(9) - notification(10)

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407.                     X.290

408.                     X.292

409.                     X.293

410.                     X.294

411.                     X.295

412.                     X.296

413.                     X.400

414.                     X.403

415.                     X.404

416.                     X.407

417.                     X.408

418.                     X.411

419.                     X.413

420.                     X.419

421.                     X.421

422.                     X.445

423.                     X.446

424.                     X.460

425.                     X.480

426.                     X.481

427.                     X.482

428.                     X.483

429.                     X.484

430.                     X.485

431.                     X.486

432.                     X.487

433.                     X.488

434.                     X.500

435.                     X.501

436.                     X.509

437.                     X.511

438.                     X.518

439.                     X.519

440.                     X.520

441.                     X.521

442.                     X.525

443.                     X.530

444.                     X.581

445.                     X.582

446.                     X.583

447.                     X.584

448.                     X.585

449.                     X.586

450.                     X.601

451.                     X.605

452.                     X.606

453.                     X.610

454.                     X.612

455.                     X.613

456.                     X.614

457.                     X.622

458.                     X.623

459.                     X.625

460.                     X.630

461.                     X.633

462.                     X.634

463.                     X.637

464.                     X.638

465.                     X.639

466.                     X.641

467.                     X.642

468.                     X.650

469.                     X.662

470.                     X.665

471.                     X.666

472.                     X.669

473.                     X.670

474.                     X.671

475.                     X.681

476.                     X.682

477.                     X.683

478.                     X.690

479.                     X.691

480.                     X.692

481.                     X.693

482.                     X.700

483.                     X.701

484.                     X.702

485.                     X.710

486.                     X.711

487.                     X.712

488.                     X.720

489.                     X.721

490.                     X.723

491.                     X.724

492.                     X.725

493.                     X.727

494.                     X.730

495.                     X.731

496.                     X.732

497.                     X.733

498.                     X.734

499.                     X.735

500.                     X.736

501.                     X.737

502.                     X.738

503.                     X.739

504.                     X.740

505.                     X.741

506.                     X.742

507.                     X.743

508.                     X.744

509.                     X.745

510.                     X.748

511.                     X.749

512.                     X.750: incomplete capture

{joint-iso-ccitt(2) ms(9) function(2) part16(16)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

standardSpecificExtensions(0) – asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - attributeGroup(8) - action(9) - notification(10)

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513.                     X.751: incomplete capture

{joint-iso-ccitt(2) ms(9) function(2) part17(17)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

standardSpecificExtensions(0) – asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - attributeGroup(8) - action(9) - notification(10) - relationshipClass(11) - relationshipRole(13)

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514.                     X.753: incomplete capture

{joint-iso-ccitt(2) ms(9) function(2) part21(21)}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

standardSpecificExtensions(0) – asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - attributeGroup(8) - action(9) - notification(10) - relationshipClass(11) – relationMapping(12) - relationshipRole(13)

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515.                     X.754: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) x(24) eecmod(754) informationModel(0}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - action(9) - notification(10) - behaviour(11)

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516.                     X.770

517.                     X.780

518.                     X.780.1

519.                     X.781

520.                     X.790: incomplete capture

{itu-t(0) recommendation(0) x(24) x790(790) informationModel(0}

This OID and his following children have been captured:

asn1Modules(2) - managedObjectClass(3) - package(4) – parameter(5) - nameBinding(6) - attribute(7) - notification(10)

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521.                     X.791

522.                     X.800

523.                     X.802

524.                     X.803

525.                     X.810

526.                     X.811

527.                     X.812

528.                     X.813

529.                     X.814

530.                     X.815

531.                     X.816

532.                     X.830

533.                     X.831

534.                     X.832

535.                     X.833

536.                     X.834

537.                     X.835

538.                     X.841

539.                     X.842

540.                     X.851

541.                     X.852

542.                     X.853

543.                     X.860

544.                     X.861

545.                     X.862

546.                     X.863

547.                     X.880

548.                     X.881

549.                     X.882

550.                     X.952

          Recommendation ITU-T X.952 has been assigned the arc trader(100) under the object identifier {joint-iso-itu-t(2)} in the international registration tree. But the last number currently assigned under joint-iso-itu-t(2) is 24, so number 100 reserved for X.952 seams not correct. We propose to assign the arc 25 to X.952 and name it odp instead of trader.

If this proposition is accepted, the following changes have to be applied:

Annex A

          The ASN.1 module named TraderDefinitions has the following object identifier:

{joint-iso-itu-t 2}

Arc 2 under joint-iso-itu-t is reserved for ACSE.

Replace:

TraderDefinitions {joint-iso-itu-t 2}

with:

TraderDefinitions {joint-iso-itu-t odp(25} trader(0) asn1Modules(2) traderDefinitions(0)}

          Annex A defines object identifiers under {joint-iso-itu-t trader(100)}

Replace:

id-trader OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t trader(100)}

with:

id-trader OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t odp(25) trader(0)}

 

Annex B

          The ASN.1 module named PrinterServiceOfferDefinitions has the following object identifier:

{joint-iso-itu-t 2}

Arc 2 under joint-iso-itu-t is reserved to ACSE.

Replace:

PrinterServiceOfferDefinitions {joint-iso-itu-t 2}

with:

PrinterServiceOfferDefinitions {joint-iso-itu-t odp(25} trader(0) asn1Modules(2) printerServiceOfferDefinitions (1)}

          In the IMPORTS statement of module PrinterServiceOfferDefinitions, replace:

id-trader-at, id-trader-oc-serviceOffer FROM id-trader{joint-iso-itu-t trader(100)};

with:

      id-trader-at, id-trader-oc-serviceOffer FROM TraderDefinitions {joint-iso-itu-t odp(25} trader(0) asn1Modules(2) traderDefinitions(0)};

551.                     Z.140

552.                     Z.200

553.                     Z.500

 

ISO and IEC standards

1.      ISO 3166-1

2.      ISO 6523

3.      ISO/IEC FCD 7816-3

4.      ISO/IEC 7816-4

5.      ISO/IEC FCD 7816-15

6.      ISO/IEC 8571-1 (+ Amd. +  TCs)

7.      ISO/IEC 8571-2 (+ Amd. +  TCs)

8.      ISO/IEC 8571-3 (+ Amd. +  TCs)

9.      ISO/IEC 8571-4 (+ Amd. +  TCs)

10.  ISO/IEC 8650-1

11.  ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-3-1

12.  ISO/IEC 9040

13.  ISO/IEC 9041-1

14.  ISO/IEC 9041-2

15.  ISO/IEC 9798-2

16.  ISO/IEC 9798-3 (1998) Amd.1 (2010)

17.  ISO/IEC 9798-5

18.  ISO/IEC 9798-6

·         ISO/IEC 10031-1

19.  ISO/IEC 10031-2

20.  ISO/IEC 10116

21.  ISO/IEC 10118-3

22.  ISO/IEC 10118-4 Amd.1

23.  ISO/IEC 10166-1

24.  ISO/IEC 10589

25.  ISO/IEC 10740-2

26.  ISO/IEC 11770-2

27.  ISO/IEC 11770-3

28.  ISO/IEC 11770-4

29.  ISO 14813

30.  ISO/IEC CD 14888-2

31.  ISO/IEC DIS 14888-3

32.  ISO/IEC 15961

33.  ISO/IEC WD 15962

34.  ISO/IEC 18014-2

35.  ISO/IEC 18014-3

36.  ISO/IEC 18052

37.  ISO/IEC 19785

·         ISO/IEC 19794-2 (no OIDs found)

·         ISO/IEC 19794-4 (no OIDs found)

38.  ISO/IEC 19794-5

39.  ISO/IEC 19794-7

40.  ISO/IEC DIS 20009-2

41.  ISO/IEC 24727-3

42.  ISO/IEC 24753

43.  ISO/IEC 29192-3

44.  ISO/IEC DIS 29192-5

·         And others not listed here.

 

IETF RFCs, I-Ds, BCPs, FYIs, STDs

Notes: Obsoleted RFCs are between round brackets. RFCs preceded with a dot weren't taken into account (usually because they are obsolete). RFCs whose OIDs were automatically extracted are preceded with a number.

 

  1. RFC 1142
  1. RFC 1155
  2. RFC 1156
  1. RFC 1212
  2. RFC (1213)
  3. RFC 1214
    References "nameForms" and "interface" are not defined.
  4. RFC 1215
  1. RFC 1224
  2. RFC 1227
  1. RFC 1229
  2. RFC 1230
  3. RFC 1231
  1. RFC 1238
  1. RFC 1269
  1. RFC 1274
    We have found the following errors:
    1. references "attributeType", "mhsAttributeType", "mhsObjectClass" and "objectClass" are not defined;
    2. ATTRIBUTE "singleLevelQuality" is missing its OID (which we took to be {pilotAttributeType 50}).
  2. RFC 1276
  1. RFC 1285
  1. RFC 1319
  2. RFC 1320
  3. RFC 1321
  1. RFC 1353
  1. RFC 1381
  2. RFC 1382
  1. RFC 1414
  1. RFC 1423
  1. RFC 1447
  1. RFC 1451
  2. RFC 1461
  3. RFC 1471
  4. RFC 1472
  5. RFC 1473
  6. RFC 1474
  1. RFC 1493
  2. RFC 1494
  1. RFC 1507
  1. RFC 1512
  2. RFC 1513
  1. RFC (1515)
  1. RFC 1525
  2. RFC 1559
  1. RFC 1592
  2. RFC 1593
  1. RFC 1611
  2. RFC 1612
  1. RFC 1628
  2. RFC 1643
  1. RFC 1657
  2. RFC 1658
  3. RFC 1659
  4. RFC 1660
  1. RFC 1666
  2. RFC 1694
  1. RFC 1696
    Please note the 3 following assignments (and particularly the case difference between mdmM*IB* and mdmM*ib*):
    mdmMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
        LAST-UPDATED "9406120000Z"
        ORGANIZATION "IETF Modem Management Working Group"
        CONTACT-INFO
                "        Steven Waldbusser
                 Postal: Carnegie Mellon University
                         5000 Forbes Ave
                         Pittsburgh, PA, 15213
                         US
                    Tel: +1 412 268 6628
                    Fax: +1 412 268 4987
                 E-mail:
    waldbusser@cmu.edu"
        DESCRIPTION
                "The MIB module for management of dial-up modems."
        ::= { mdmMIB 1 }
    mdmMib OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { mib-2 38 }
    mdmMIBObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { mdmMIB 1 }
    "mdmMib" isn't used elsewhere in the ASN.1 module and "mdmMIB" is a circular reference to itself.
    My guess is that the first two aforementioned assignments should be replaced with:
    mdmMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
        LAST-UPDATED "9406120000Z"
        ORGANIZATION "IETF Modem Management Working Group"
        CONTACT-INFO
                "        Steven Waldbusser
                 Postal: Carnegie Mellon University
                         5000 Forbes Ave
                         Pittsburgh, PA, 15213
                         US
                    Tel: +1 412 268 6628
                    Fax: +1 412 268 4987
                 E-mail:
    waldbusser@cmu.edu"
        DESCRIPTION
                "The MIB module for management of dial-up modems."
        ::= { mib-2 38 }
  2. RFC 1697
  3. RFC 1724
  4. RFC 1742
  1. RFC 1747
  2. RFC 1748
  3. RFC 1749
  4. RFC (1757)
  1. RFC (1759)
  1. RFC 1792
  2. RFC 1801
  3. RFC 1804
  1. RFC 1850
  1. RFC 1910
  1. RFC 2006
  2. RFC 2011
  3. RFC (2012)
  4. RFC 2013
  5. RFC 2020
  6. RFC 2021
  7. RFC 2024
  8. RFC 2025
  1. RFC 2051
  1. RFC 2079
  1. RFC 2096
  2. RFC 2108
  3. RFC 2115
  4. RFC 2127
  5. RFC 2128
  6. RFC 2144
  1. RFC 2156
  2. RFC 2157
  3. RFC 2158
  4. RFC 2160
  5. RFC 2161
  6. RFC 2164
  1. RFC 2206
  2. RFC 2213
  3. RFC 2214
  4. RFC 2232
  1. RFC 2238
  1. RFC 2247
  1. RFC 2252
  2. RFC 2256
  1. RFC 2266
  2. RFC 2268
  1. RFC 2287
  2. RFC 2293
  3. RFC 2294
  1. RFC 2311
  2. RFC 2312
  1. RFC 2320
  2. RFC 2325
  1. RFC 2417
  1. RFC (2452)
  2. RFC 2454
  3. RFC 2455
  4. RFC 2456
  5. RFC 2457
  1. RFC 2465
  2. RFC 2466
  1. RFC 2494
  2. RFC 2495
  3. RFC 2496
  4. RFC 2510
  5. RFC 2511
  6. RFC 2512
  7. RFC 2513
  8. RFC 2514
  9. RFC 2515
  1. RFC 2528
  2. RFC 2558
  1. RFC 2560
  2. RFC 2561
  3. RFC 2562
  1. RFC (2564)
  2. RFC (2571)
  3. RFC (2572)
  4. RFC (2573)
  1. RFC (2575)
  2. RFC (2576)
  3. RFC 2578
  1. RFC 2580
  2. RFC 2584
  1. RFC 2594
  2. RFC 2601
  1. RFC 2605
  1. RFC 2613
  2. RFC 2618
  3. RFC 2619
  4. RFC 2620
  5. RFC 2621
  1. RFC 2633
  2. RFC 2634
  3. RFC 2649
  4. RFC 2662
  5. RFC (2665)
  6. RFC 2666
  7. RFC 2667
  8. RFC (2668)
  9. RFC 2669
  10. RFC 2670
  11. RFC 2674
  12. RFC 2677
  13. RFC 2707
  14. RFC 2720
  1. RFC 2737
  1. RFC 2742
  1. RFC 2758
  2. RFC 2786
  3. RFC 2787
  4. RFC 2788
  5. RFC 2789
  6. RFC 2790
  7. RFC 2797
  8. RFC 2819
  1. RFC 2837
  2. RFC 2847
  1. RFC 2856
  2. RFC 2863
  3. RFC 2864
  4. RFC 2875
  5. RFC 2876
  1. RFC 2898
  2. RFC 2922
  3. RFC 2925
  1. RFC 2932
  2. RFC 2933
  3. RFC 2934
  4. RFC 2940
  5. RFC 2954
  6. RFC 2955
  7. RFC 2959
  8. RFC 2981
  9. RFC 2982
  10. RFC 2984
  11. RFC 2985
  12. RFC 2986
  1. RFC 3014
  1. RFC 3019
  2. RFC 3020
  3. RFC 3029
  4. RFC 3039
  5. RFC 3055
  6. RFC 3058
  1. RFC 3062
  1. RFC 3083
  2. RFC 3114
  3. RFC 3125
  4. RFC 3126
  5. RFC 3144
  1. RFC 3159
  2. RFC 3161
  1. RFC 3165
  2. RFC 3176
  3. RFC 3183
  4. RFC 3185
  1. RFC 3201
  2. RFC 3202
  1. RFC 3217
  2. RFC 3231
  3. RFC 3273
  4. RFC 3274
  5. RFC 3276
  6. RFC 3278
  7. RFC 3279
    OID value "id-characteristic-two-basis" is defined twice in RFC 3279:
    1. in the RFC body, the last arc is "
    basisType(1)";
    2. in the ASN.1 module, the last arc is "
    basisType(3)".
    The second value has been retained (see http://oid-info.com/get/1.2.840.10045.1.2.3).
  8. RFC 3280
    Note that the OBJECT IDENTIFIER value is (rightly) defined as {iso(1) member-body(2) us(840) x9-57(10040) 2} in the body where as it is wrongly defined as {**joint-iso-itu-t(2)** member-body(2) us(840) x9cm(10040)} in section A.2. Also note that, whilst this is not forbidden, the identifier associated with arc 10040 is x9-57 in the body whereas it is x9cm in section A.2.
    Note that OID value "
    anyPolicy" uses the misspelt value id-ce-certicate-policies which should read id-ce-certificatePolicies.
  9. RFC 3281
  10. RFC 3287
  11. RFC 3289
  12. RFC 3291
  13. RFC 3295
  14. RFC 3317
  15. RFC 3318
  16. RFC 3369
  17. RFC 3370
  18. RFC 3371
  1. RFC 3383 (submitted, author informed)
  2. RFC 3394
  1. RFC 3411
  2. RFC 3412
  3. RFC 3413
  4. RFC 3414
  5. RFC 3415
  1. RFC 3417
  2. RFC 3418
  3. RFC 3419
  4. RFC 3433
  5. RFC 3434
  6. RFC 3440
  7. RFC 3447
  1. RFC 3498
  2. RFC 3512
  1. RFC 3559
  2. RFC 3560
  3. RFC 3565
  1. RFC 3571
  1. RFC 3584
  1. RFC 3591
  2. RFC 3592
  3. RFC 3593
  1. RFC 3606
  1. RFC 3621
  2. RFC 3635
  3. RFC 3636
  4. RFC 3637
  1. RFC 3657
  2. RFC 3673
  3. RFC 3674
  1. RFC 3705
  1. RFC 3728
  2. RFC 3729
  3. RFC 3737
  4. RFC 3747
  5. RFC 3770
  6. RFC 3779
  7. RFC 3805
  8. RFC 3806
  9. RFC 3808
  10. RFC 3811
  11. RFC 3812
  12. RFC 3813
  13. RFC 3814
  14. RFC 3815
  15. RFC 3816
  16. RFC 3820
  17. RFC 3826
  18. RFC 3872
  19. RFC 3873
  20. RFC 3909
  21. RFC 3928
  1. RFC 3970
  2. RFC 4008
  3. RFC 4011
  4. RFC 4022
  5. RFC 4036
  6. RFC 4044
  7. RFC 4055
  8. RFC 4069
  9. RFC 4070
  10. RFC 4087
  11. RFC 4108
  12. RFC 4120
  13. RFC 4133
  14. RFC 4148
  15. RFC 4150
  16. RFC 4178
  17. RFC 4188
  18. RFC 4210
  19. RFC 4211
  20. RFC 4212
  21. RFC 4220
  22. RFC 4231
  23. RFC 4262
  24. RFC 4265
  25. RFC 4268
  26. RFC 4273
  1. RFC 4292
  2. RFC 4293
  3. RFC 4295
  4. RFC 4318
  5. RFC 4319
  6. RFC 4322
  7. RFC 4327
  8. RFC 4357
  9. RFC 4363
  10. RFC 4369
  11. RFC 4373
  12. RFC 4404
  13. RFC 4438
  14. RFC 4439
  15. RFC 4444
  16. RFC 4455
  17. RFC 4490
  18. RFC 4491
  19. RFC 4498
  20. RFC 4544
  21. RFC 4545
  22. RFC 4546
  23. RFC 4556
  24. RFC 4560
  25. RFC 4624
  26. RFC 4625
  27. RFC 4626
  28. RFC 4631
  1. RFC 4668
  2. RFC 4669
  3. RFC 4670
  4. RFC 4671
  5. RFC 4672
  6. RFC 4673
  7. RFC 4682
  8. RFC 4683
  9. RFC 4706
  10. RFC 4711
  11. RFC 4747
  12. RFC 4780
  13. RFC 4802
  14. RFC 4805
  15. RFC 4807
  16. RFC 4836
  17. RFC 4837
  18. RFC 4878
  19. RFC 4898
  20. RFC 4935
  21. RFC 4936
  22. RFC 4939
  23. RFC 4945
  24. RFC 4983
  25. RFC 4985
  26. RFC 4998
  27. RFC 5017
  28. RFC 5060
  29. RFC 5066
  30. RFC 5097
  31. RFC 5098
  32. RFC 5126
  33. RFC 5131
  34. RFC 5132
  35. RFC 5190
  36. RFC 5208
  37. RFC 5240
  38. RFC 5276
  39. RFC 5280
  40. RFC 5324
  41. RFC 5427
  42. RFC 5428
  43. RFC 5480
  44. RFC 5488
  45. RFC 5519
  46. RFC 5525
  47. RFC 5542
  48. RFC 5591
  49. RFC 5592
  50. RFC 5601
  51. RFC 5602
  52. RFC 5603
  53. RFC 5604
  54. RFC 5605
  55. RFC 5639
  56. RFC 5643
  57. RFC 5650
  58. RFC 5652
  59. RFC 5676
  60. RFC 5697
  61. RFC 5698
  62. RFC 5728
  63. RFC 5751
  64. RFC 5752
  65. RFC 5753
  66. RFC 5754
  67. RFC 5755
  68. RFC 5758
  69. RFC 5794
    T
    he OID of the ASN.1 module in appendix B is wrong: {iso(1) member-body(2) korea(400) nsri(200046) algorithm (1) symmetric-encryption-algorithm(1) asn1-module(0) alg-oids(0)}. The country code for Korea is 410 (as correctly used in the other OIDs), not 400.
  1. RFC 5813
  2. RFC 5815
  3. RFC 5833
  4. RFC 5834
  5. RFC 5907
  6. RFC 5911
  7. RFC 5912
  8. RFC 5913
  9. RFC 5914
  10. RFC 5915
  11. RFC 5916
  12. RFC 5917
  13. RFC 5924
  1. RFC 5940
  2. RFC 5958
  3. RFC 6010
  4. RFC 6031
  5. RFC 6032
  6. RFC 6065
  7. RFC 6109
  8. RFC 6113
  9. RFC 6170
  10. RFC 6171
  11. RFC 6173
  12. RFC 6187
  13. RFC 6210
  14. RFC 6211
  15. RFC 6240
  16. RFC 6268
  17. RFC 6277
  18. RFC 6340
  19. RFC 6353
  20. RFC 6402
  21. RFC 6445 (+ RFC Errata 3589)
  22. RFC 6475
  1. RFC 6494
  2. RFC 6527
  3. RFC 6615
  4. RFC 6637
  1. RFC 6727
  2. RFC 6765
  3. RFC 6766
  4. RFC 6767
  5. RFC 6768
  6. RFC 6779
  7. RFC 6850
  8. RFC 6933
  9. RFC 6945
  10. RFC 6960
  11. RFC 7036
  12. RFC 7052
  13. RFC 7055
  1. RFC 7107
  2. RFC 7124
  3. RFC 7147
  4. RFC 7169
  5. RFC 7184
  6. RFC 7191
  7. RFC 7229
  8. RFC 7257
  9. RFC 7292
  10. RFC 7299
  1. RFC 7367
  2. RFC 7388
  3. RFC 7460
  4. RFC 7461
  5. RFC 7577

Miscellaneous

·         http://support.microsoft.com/kb/287547

·         http://technet.microsoft.com/library/dd875548

·         http://technet.microsoft.com/library/dd875530

·         http://technet.microsoft.com/library/ee424312

Bugs in OIDs at oidview.com:

(1) http://www.oidview.com/mibs/562/Nortel-MsCarrier-MscPassport-BridgeMIB.html uses illegal OID 1.3.618.1.5

(2) http://www.oidview.com/mibs/712/LANART-AGENT.html uses following illegal OIDs:

    0.1.3.xxx ("org") instead of 1.3.xxx (org)

    0.0 ("null")

    0.1 ("iso")

(3) http://www.oidview.com/mibs/1101/TWTRAP_MIB.html uses illegal OID 1.3.6.1.2.2.xxx ("mgmt") instead of 1.3.6.1.2.xxx ("mgmt")

(4) http://www.oidview.com/mibs/6876/VMWARE-OBSOLETE-MIB.html uses the following illegal OIDs:

    1.2.1 ("vmwObsoleteMIBCompliances")

    1.2.1.3 ("vmwObsoleteObsoleteMIBCompliance")

    1.2.2 ("vmwObsMIBGroups")

    1.2.2.2 ("vmwObsoleteGroup")

    1.2.2.3 ("vmwOldVCNotificationGroup")

(5) http://www.oidview.com/mibs/253/XEROX-GENERAL-TC.html uses the following illegal OIDs:

    0.0 ("null")

    0.0.0 (shown twice: "null" and "xcmGenZeroDotZero")

(6) http://www.oidview.com/mibs/2636/JUNIPER-DOM-MIB.html uses the following illegal OIDs:

    0.1 ("jnxDomAlarmSet")

    0.2 ("jnxDomAlarmCleared")

    1.1 ("jnxDomDigitalMonitoring")

    1.1.1.xxx ("jnxDomCurrentTable" and further)

(7) http://www.oidview.com/mibs/2636/JUNIPER-MAG-MIB.html uses the following illegal OIDs:

    - 1.0 ("jnxMagNotifications")

    - 1.0.1 ("jnxMagSSOValidationError")

    - 1.1 ("jnxMagObjects")

    - 1.1.1.xxx ("jnxMagSSOObjects" and further)