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BMC_ProtocolEndpoint

Hierarchy:

Stores information about communication points from which data can be sent or received. Protocol endpoints link system or computer interfaces to logical networks. The available links are defined by the subclasses of protocol endpoint, communication, IP, and LAN.

Class type

CI

Direct known subclasses

Attribute summary

AttributeData typeDescription
AddressText (255)The address that the protocol endpoint represents (such as, 171.79.6.40 or FE:ED:FE:ED:00:11). The address format (for example, IP, IPX, or Ethernet), depends on the Protocol Type value. The value of this field can be further refined in subclasses. For example, in BMC_IPEndpoint, this value is formatted according to the convention specified in the Address Type field.
Protocol TypePicklist

The type of endpoint. A value in this field can overlap with a value in a subclass. However, when the class is used to represent an endpoint (for example, no subclass exists for fiber channel endpoints), this field is needed to categorize the endpoint. The following options are provided:

  • AppleTalk
  • ATM
  • BGP
  • CLNP
  • CONP
  • DECnet
  • Ethernet
  • FDDI
  • Fibre Channel
  • Frame Relay
  • Infiniband
  • IPv4
  • IPv4/v6
  • IPv6
  • IPX
  • ISDN B Channel Endpoint
  • ISDN BRI Endpoint
  • ISDN D Channel Endpoint
  • MPLS
  • None
  • OSPF
  • Other
  • SNA
  •  TCP
  • TokenRing
  • UDP
  • Unknown
  • VINES
  • XNS

Inherited attributes

Inherited from classInherited attributes
BMC_BaseElement 

Asset #, CI Status, Class ID, Class Name, Description, Instance Name, Location, Mark As Deleted, Model Manufacturer, Model Name, Notes, Primary Client, Priority, Serial #, Short Description, Site, Stage, Supported, Supported By, Token Id, Version Number, Warranty Exp Date

BMC_AccessPoint

System Class ID, System Name


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