This MIB instrumentation is for managing the Content Delivery and Streaming functionality on Cisco devices. Contents are ingested into content delivery network and then distributed to clients. There are two types of contents in content delivery network - live and VOD. VOD contents can be pre-positioned or dynamically cached into the content delivery network. Live stream is ingested and delivered to a large audience using one-to-many split. Streaming protocols are supported, by different streaming modules. These include HTTP, RTSP, Microsoft Media Server, RTMP and their varieties. ACRONYM: CDN Content Delivery Network FMS Flash Media Streaming HC High Capacity MS Movie Streamer RTMP Real Time Messaging Protocol VOD Video On Demand WMT Window Media Technology GLOSSARY: Dynamic cache Content is dynamically ingested into Content Delivery Network when the server does not find a client's requested content in its local hard disk storage. Origin Server The server on which all original copies of content reside. It locates outside the CDN. Pre-position The content is ingested into Content Delivery Network at or near the point of planned use to reduce reaction time, and to ensure timely response to requests during initial phase of an operation. Real Time Messaging Protocol A multimedia streaming and RPC protocol primarily used in Adobe Flash. Upstream Server Upstream server is a server that is located higher in the Content Delivery Network hierarchy.

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2009-09-30 00:00
Initial version of this MIB module.