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LAST-UPDATED "201001290000Z"
"Cisco Systems
Customer Service
Postal: 170 West Tasman Drive
San Jose, CA 95134
Tel: +1 800 553-NETS
E-mail: firepower-mibs@cisco.com"
"This MIB module defines the managed objects for Firepower (FPR) Manager.
Cisco FPR Manager provides centralized management capabilities, creates a unified management domain, and serves as the central nervous system for Cisco Firepower.
FPR configuration is comprised of operational and administrative settings. The data is organized hierarchically in a tree structure, starts from the top (root) and contains children and parent nodes. Each node in the tree is a managed object and each object in Firepower has a unique Distinguished Name (DN) that describes the object and its place in the tree.
Every managed object is also identified through a CfprApManagedObjectId of type integer.
Managed objects are abstractions of real world resources, they represent the physical and logical components of Firepower, for example, switch, chassis, blades, and so on. Properties on the Managed Objects (MO) are characterized as configurations and operations.
Configuration Policies are the majority of the policies in the system and are used to describe configurations of different components of Firepower. Policies determine how the system behaves under specific circumstances. Certain MOs are not created by users, but are automatically created by Firepower, power supply objects and fan objects are examples of automatically created MOs."
REVISION "201001290000Z"
"Initial version of this MIB module."

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