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    PM Counters

    PSM supports the retrieval and display of PMs for various interfaces on various equipment.

    PM Counters for BTI7000 Series Transponders and Muxponders

    PSM supports the retrieval and display of PMs from BTI7000 Series transponders and muxponders. The actual PMs supported depend on the configuration and the software running on the network element, and might include some of the following:

    Table 1: Physical PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    LBC

    The laser bias current.

    mA

    OPRAvg

    The average optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPRMax

    The maximum optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPRMin

    The minimum optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPR

    The instantaneous optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPTAvg

    The average optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPTMax

    The maximum optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPTMin

    The minimum optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPT

    The instantaneous optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    SupplyVoltage2

    A second supply voltage

    mV

    SupplyVoltage

    The supply voltage

    mV

    Temp

    The temperature measured at the transceiver or port.

    Celcius

    Table 2: SONET PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    Section Layer

    CVS

    Coding violations at the section layer.

    none

    ESS

    Errored seconds at the section layer.

    seconds

    SEFSS

    Severely errored framing seconds at the section layer.

    seconds

    SESS

    Severely errored seconds at the section layer.

    seconds

    UASS

    Unavailable seconds at the section layer.

    seconds

    Line Layer

    CVL

    Coding violations at the line layer.

    none

    ESL

    Errored seconds at the line layer.

    seconds

    SESL

    Severely errored seconds at the line layer.

    seconds

    UASL

    Unavailable seconds at the line layer.

    seconds

    Path Layer

    CVP

    Coding violations at the path layer.

    none

    ESP

    Errored seconds at the path layer.

    seconds

    FCP

    Failure count at the path layer.

    none

    SESP

    Severely errored seconds at the path layer.

    seconds

    UASP

    Unavailable seconds at the path layer.

    seconds

    Table 3: SDH PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    Regenerator Section

    RSBBE

    Regenerator section background block errors.

    none

    RSEB

    Regenerator section errored blocks.

    none

    RSES

    Regenerator section errored seconds.

    seconds

    RSOFS

    Regenerator section out-of-frame seconds.

    seconds

    RSSES

    Regenerator section severely errored seconds.

    seconds

    RSUAS

    Regenerator section unavailable seconds.

    seconds

    Multiplex Section

    MSBBE

    Multiplex section background block errors.

    none

    MSEB

    Multiplex section errored blocks.

    none

    MSES

    Multiplex section errored seconds.

    seconds

    MSSES

    Multiplex section severely errored seconds.

    seconds

    MSUAS

    Multiplex section unavailable seconds.

    seconds

    High Order Path

      

    HPBBE

    High order path background block errors.

    none

    HPEB

    High order path errored blocks.

    none

    HPES

    High order path errored seconds.

    seconds

    HPSES

    High order path severely errored seconds.

    seconds

    HPUAS

    High order path unavailable seconds.

    seconds

    Table 4: OTN PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    NBITCR64Bit

    Bits corrected, 64-bit value.

    none

    NBITCR

    Bits corrected.

    none

    NBYTCR64Bit

    Bytes corrected, 64-bit value.

    none

    NBYTCR

    Bytes corrected.

    none

    OTNAVGBER

    Average BER.

    none

    OTNBER

    Instantaneous BER.

    none

    OTUBBE

    Background block errors at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    none

    OTUEB

    Errored blocks at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    none

    OTUES

    Errored seconds at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    seconds

    OTUOFS

    Out-of-frame seconds at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    seconds

    OTUSES

    Severely errored seconds at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    seconds

    OTUUAS

    Unavailable seconds at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    seconds

    UNCRCDW

    Uncorrectable codewords.

    none

    Table 5: GE/FC/10GELAN PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    CV

    Coding violations.

    none

    ES

    Errored seconds.

    seconds

    INVBLK

    Invalid blocks.

    none

    SES

    Severely errored seconds.

    seconds

    UAS

    Unavailable seconds.

    seconds

    BCST

    Valid frames received that were directed to the broadcast address.

    none

    FCSE

    Frames with a bad Frame Check Sequence (FCS) or frames with an alignment error (non-integral number of octets).

    none

    FRDR

    Frames dropped.

    none

    FRGT

    Frames received that were less than 64 octets in length and that had an FCS error or an alignment error.

    none

    JABR

    Frames received longer than the maximum MTU size, including frames with FCS errors or alignment errors.

    none

    MCST

    Valid frames received that were directed to a multicast address.

    none

    OSIZE

    Frames received that were greater than 9600 octets in length, but were otherwise valid.

    none

    SIZE64

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE65To127

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE128To255

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE256To511

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE512To1023

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE1024To1518

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZEOver1518

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    TBYCRX

    Total bytes of data received from valid and invalid frames.

    none

    TBYCTX

    Total bytes of data transmitted.

    none

    TFRCRX

    Total frames received including valid and invalid frames, broadcast frames, and multicast frames.

    none

    TFRCTX

    Total frames transmitted.

    none

    TPFCRX

    Total PAUSE frames received.

    none

    TPFCTX

    Total PAUSE frames transmitted.

    none

    USIZE

    Frames received that were less than 64 octets in length, but were otherwise valid.

    none

    For information on what ports and protocols support these PMs, see the BTI7000 Series Transponder Solutions Guide and the BTI7000 Series Muxponder Solutions Guide.

    PM Counters for BTI7000 Series DOL Modules

    PSM supports the retrieval and display of PMs from BTI7000 Series DOL modules. The actual PMs supported depend on the configuration and the software running on the network element, and might include some of the following:

    Table 6: Port PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    LossRx

    The optical power loss measured on the port in the receive direction. For a line port, this represents the span loss. For a DCM port, this is the DCM loss. For a client port, this is the loss of the receive interconnection fiber.

    dBm

    LossTx

    The optical power loss measured on the port in the transmit direction. For a line port, this represents the far-end span loss. For a client port, this is the loss of the transmit interconnection fiber.

    dBm

    OPRAvg

    The average optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPRMax

    The maximum optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPRMin

    The minimum optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPRStdDev

    The standard deviation from the average optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPR

    The instantaneous optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPTAvg

    The average optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPTMax

    The maximum optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPTMin

    The minimum optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPTStdDev

    The standard deviation from the average optical power transmitted on the output.

    dBm

    OPT

    The instantaneous optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    Table 7: OSC PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    CVS

    Coding violations at the section layer.

    none

    ESS

    Errored seconds at the section layer.

    seconds

    OBR

    The optical back-reflected power.

    dBm

    OPR

    The instantaneous optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPT

    The instantaneous optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    SEFSS

    Severely errored framing seconds at the section layer.

    seconds

    SESS

    Severely errored seconds at the section layer.

    seconds

    UASS

    Unavailable seconds at the section layer.

    seconds

    Table 8: Wavelength Channel PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    OPRMax

    The maximum optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPRMin

    The minimum optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPR

    The instantaneous optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPTMax

    The maximum optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPTMin

    The minimum optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPT

    The instantaneous optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    For information on what ports and protocols support these PMs, see the BTI7000 Series Dynamic Optical Layer Engineering Guideline.

    PM Counters for BTI7000 Series packetVX Modules

    PSM supports the retrieval and display of PMs from PVX modules. The actual PMs supported depend on the configuration and the software running on the network element, and might include some of the following:

    Table 9: Physical PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    LBC

    The laser bias current.

    mA

    OPRAvg

    The average optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPRMax

    The maximum optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPRMin

    The minimum optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPR

    The instantaneous optical power received on the input.

    dBm

    OPTAvg

    The average optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPTMax

    The maximum optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPTMin

    The minimum optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    OPT

    The instantaneous optical power transmitted at the output.

    dBm

    SupplyVoltage2

    A second supply voltage

    mV

    SupplyVoltage

    The supply voltage

    mV

    Temp

    The temperature measured at the transceiver or port.

    Celcius

    Table 10: OTN PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    NBITCR64Bit

    Bits corrected, 64-bit value.

    none

    NBITCR

    Bits corrected.

    none

    NBYTCR64Bit

    Bytes corrected, 64-bit value.

    none

    NBYTCR

    Bytes corrected.

    none

    OTNAVGBER

    Average BER.

    none

    OTNBER

    Instantaneous BER.

    none

    OTUBBE

    Background block errors at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    none

    OTUEB

    Errored blocks at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    none

    OTUES

    Errored seconds at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    seconds

    OTUOFS

    Out-of-frame seconds at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    seconds

    OTUSES

    Severely errored seconds at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    seconds

    OTUUAS

    Unavailable seconds at the OTN digital wrapper layer.

    seconds

    UNCRCDW

    Uncorrectable codewords.

    none

    Table 11: GE/10GE PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    CV

    8B/10B coding violations for GE ports.

    none

    ES

    Errored seconds.

    seconds

    INVBLK

    Invalid blocks on 10GE ports.

    dBm

    SES

    Severely errored seconds.

    seconds

    UASS

    Unavailable seconds for GE ports.

    seconds

    Table 12: Ethernet L2 PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    BCST

    Valid frames received that were directed to the broadcast address.

    none

    FCSE

    Frames with a bad Frame Check Sequence (FCS) or frames with an alignment error (non-integral number of octets).

    none

    FRDR

    Frames dropped.

    none

    FRGT

    Frames received that were less than 64 octets in length and that had an FCS error or an alignment error.

    none

    MCST

    Valid frames received that were directed to a multicast address.

    none

    OSIZE

    Frames received that were greater than 9600 octets in length, but were otherwise valid.

    none

    SIZE64

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE65To127

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE128To255

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE256To511

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE512To1023

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZE1024To1518

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    SIZEOver1518

    Frames received with the specified length or range (excluding framing bits but including FCS).

    none

    TBYCRX

    Total bytes of data received from valid and invalid frames.

    none

    TBYCTX

    Total bytes of data transmitted.

    none

    TFRCRX

    Total frames received including valid and invalid frames, broadcast frames, and multicast frames.

    none

    TFRCTX

    Total frames transmitted.

    none

    TPFCRX

    Total PAUSE frames received.

    none

    TPFCTX

    Total PAUSE frames transmitted.

    none

    USIZE

    Frames received that were less than 64 octets in length, but were otherwise valid.

    none

    Table 13: LAG PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    INVLACFRRX

    The count of invalid Link Access Control frames received on the LAG port.

    none

    LACPDURX

    The total Link Access Control PDUs received on the LAG port.

    none

    LACPDUTX

    The total Link Access Control PDUs transmitted on the LAG port.

    none

    MRKPDURX

    The count of Marker PDUs received on the LAG port.

    none

    MRKPDUTX

    The count of Marker PDUs transmitted on the LAG port.

    none

    MRKRSPPDURX

    The count of Marker Response PDUs received on the LAG port.

    none

    MRKRSPPDUTX

    The count of Marker Response PDUs transmitted on the LAG port.

    none

    Table 14: ERPS PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    Blocked

    The number of times this port has transitioned to blocked state.

    none

    EventPduRx

    The number of Event PDUs received on this port.

    none

    EventPduTx

    The number of Event PDUs transmitted on this port.

    none

    Failures

    The number of times this port has transitioned to failed state.

    none

    FsPduRx

    The number of FS PDUs received on this port.

    none

    FsPduTx

    The number of FS PDUs transmitted on this port.

    none

    MsPduRx

    The number of MS PDUs received on this port.

    none

    MsPduTx

    The number of MS PDUs transmitted on this port.

    none

    NrPduRx

    The number of NR PDUs received on this port.

    none

    NrPduTx

    The number of NR PDUs transmitted on this port.

    none

    NrrbPduRx

    The number of NRRB PDUs received on this port.

    none

    NrrbPduTx

    The number of NRRB PDUs transmitted on this port.

    none

    PduDiscard

    The number of PDUs discarded on this port.

    none

    PduRx

    The number of PDUs received on this port.

    none

    PduTx

    The number of PDUs transmitted on this port.

    none

    Recoveries

    The number of times this port has recovered from a failed state.

    none

    SfPduRx

    The number of SF PDUs received on this port.

    none

    SfPduTx

    The number of SF PDUs transmitted on this port.

    none

    Unblocked

    The number of times this port has transitioned to unblocked state.

    none

    VersionDiscard

    The number of PDUs version discards on this port.

    none

    For information on what ports and protocols support these PMs, see the BTI7000 Series packetVX Solutions Guide.

    PM Counters for BTI718E Modules

    PSM supports the retrieval and display of PMs from BTI718E devices. The actual PMs supported depend on the configuration and the software running on the network element, and might include some or all of the following:

    Table 15: Ethernet L2 PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    DropEvts

    Total number of dropped packets due to lack of resources or otherwise.

    Note: This number is not necessarily the number of frames dropped. It is just the number of times that the drop is detected.

    none

    FcsErrs

    Total number of received packets that had a valid length but had either a bad Frame Check Sequence (FCS) or a bad FCS with a non-integral number of octets (alignment errors).

    none

    Fragments

    Total number of received packets that were less than 64 octets long (excluding framing bits, but including Frame Check Sequence (FCS) octets) and had either a bad FCS with a integral number of octets (FCS error) or a bad FCS with a non-integral number of octets (alignment error).

    none

    Jumbo

     

    none

    Oversize

    Total number of received packets that were longer than 9600 octets (excluding framing bits, but including Frame Check Sequence (FCS) octets) and had either a bad FCS with an integral number of octets (FCS error) or a bad FCS with a non-integral number of octets (alignment error).

    none

    Rx5mBps

    Last 5 minutes received bytes per second rate.

    bytes per second

    Rx5mPps

    Last 5 minutes received packets per second rate.

    packets per second

    RxBroadcast

    Total number of good packets received that were directed to the broadcast address.

    none

    RxBytes

    Total number of octets of data (including those in bad packets) received on the network (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).

    none

    RxMulticast

    Total number of good packets received that were directed to a multicast address.

    none

    RxPause

    Total number of pause frames received.

    none

    RxPkts

    Total number of packets (including bad packets, broadcast packets, and multicast packets) received.

    none

    RxUnicast

    Total number of unicast packets received on the interface and delivered to a higher-layer protocol.

    none

    Tx5mBps

    Last 5 minutes transmitted bytes per second rate.

    bytes per second

    Tx5mPps

    Last 5 minutes transmitted packets per second rate.

    packets per second

    TxBroadcast

    Total number of packets transmitted that were directed to the broadcast address.

    none

    TxBytes

    Total number of octets of data transmitted on the network (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).

    none

    TxMulticast

    Total number of packets transmitted that were directed to a multicast address.

    none

    TxPause

    Total number of pause frames transmitted.

    none

    TxPkts

    Total number of packets (including broadcast packets and multicast packets) transmitted.

    none

    TxUnicast

    Total number of packets that higher-layer protocols requested to be transmitted to a unicast address, including those that were discarded or not sent.

    none

    Undersize

    Total number of packets received that were less than 64 octets long (excluding framing bits, but including Frame Check Sequence (FCS) octets) and were otherwise well formed.

    none

    For information on these PMs, see the BTI718E Ethernet Access Device Technical Product Guide.

    PM Counters for BTI800 Series Modules

    PSM supports the retrieval and display of PMs from BTI800 Series devices. The actual PMs supported depend on the configuration and the software running on the network element, and might include some or all of the following:

    Table 16: Physical PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    LBC

    Laser Bias Current

    mA

    OPR

    Optical Power Received.

    dBm

    OPT

    Optical Power Transmitted.

    dBm

    Temp

    Temperature

    Celcius

    Voltage

    Voltage

    Volts

    Table 17: GE Layer 1 PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    CV

    Coding violations

    none

    ES

    Errored seconds.

    seconds

    SES

    Severely errored seconds.

    seconds

    Table 18: Ethernet L2 PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    Discard

    Number of received packets discarded.

    none

    FCS

    Number of received packets with CRC error.

    none

    Fragment

    Number of received packets that were less than 64 octets long and had either a bad FCS with an integral number of octets (FCS error) or a bad FCS with a non-integral number of octets (alignment error).

    none

    Jabber

    Number of received packets that were more than 9600 octets long and had either a bad FCS with an integral number of octets (FCS error) or a bad FCS with a non-integral number of octets (alignment error).

    none

    Oversize

    Number of received packets greater than 9600 octets.

    none

    RXBCAST

    Number of broadcast packets received.

    none

    RXFrame

    Number of frames received.

    none

    RXMCAST

    Number of multicast packets received.

    none

    RXOctet

    Number of octets received.

    none

    RXUCAST

    Number of unicast packets received.

    none

    TXBCAST

    Number of broadcast packets transmitted.

    none

    TXFrame

    Number of frames transmitted.

    none

    TXMCAST

    Number of multicast packets transmitted.

    none

    TXOctet

    Number of octets transmitted.

    none

    TXUCAST

    Number of unicast packets transmitted.

    none

    Undersize

    Number of received packets less than 64 octets.

    none

    For information on these PMs, see the BTI800 Series Technical Product Guide.

    PM Counters for Optical Interfaces on MX Series and PTX Series Routers and QFX Series Switches

    PSM supports the retrieval and display of PMs from supported optical interfaces on MX Series and PTX Series routers and QFX Series switches. See Nodal Management for Juniper Networks Routers and Switches for the list of supported interfaces.

    The actual PMs supported depend on the interface, the configuration, and the software running on the router or switch, and can include some or all of the following:

    Note: When viewing historical PMs for the PMs in Table 19, the current values are not displayed.

    Table 19: Optics PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    CD, CD-Avg, CD-Min, CD-Max

    Residual chromatic dispersion, current/average/minimum/maximum

    ps/nm

    CFO, CFO-Avg, CFO-Min, CFO-Max

    Carrier frequency offset, current/average/minimum/maximum

    MHz

    DGD, DGD-Avg, DGD-Min, DGD-Max

    Differential group delay, current/average/minimum/maximum

    ps

    Pwr-Rx, Pwr-Rx-Avg, Pwr-Rx-Min, Pwr-Rx-Max

    Optical power receive, current/average/minimum/maximum

    0.01 dBm

    Pwr-Tx, Pwr-Tx-Avg, Pwr-Tx-Min, Pwr-Tx-Max

    Optical power transmit, current/average/minimum/maximum

    0.01 dBm

    Q, Q-Avg, Q-Min, Q-Max

    Q factor, current/average/minimum/maximum

    0.1 dB

    SNR, SNR-Avg, SNR-Min, SNR-Max

    Signal-to-noise ratio, current/average/minimum/maximum

    0.1 dB

    Temp, Temp-Avg, Temp-Min, Temp-Max

    Transceiver temperature, current/average/minimum/maximum

    °C

    Table 20: OTU PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    FEC-BER-Avg-NearEnd, FEC-BER-Min-NearEnd, FEC-BER-Max-NearEnd

    FEC bit error rate, average/minimum/maximum

    none

    FEC-CorrectedErr-NearEnd

    FEC corrected errors

    none

    FEC-UncorrectedWords-NearEnd

    FEC uncorrected words

    none

    OTU-BBE-NearEnd, OTU-BBE-FarEnd

    OTU background block errors, near end, far end

    none

    OTU-ES-NearEnd, OTU-ES-FarEnd

    OTU errored seconds, near end, far end

    seconds

    OTU-SES-NearEnd, OTU-SES-FarEnd

    OTU severely errored seconds, near end, far end

    seconds

    OTU-UAS-NearEnd, OTU-UAS-FarEnd

    OTU unavailable seconds, near end, far end

    seconds

    Table 21: ODU PMs

    Name (abbreviated)

    Description

    Units

    ODU-BBE-NearEnd, ODU-BBE-FarEnd

    ODU background block errors, near end, far end

    none

    ODU-ES-NearEnd, ODU-ES-FarEnd

    ODU errored seconds, near end, far end

    seconds

    ODU-SES-NearEnd, ODU-SES-FarEnd

    ODU severely errored seconds, near end, far end

    seconds

    ODU-UAS-NearEnd, ODU-UAS-FarEnd

    ODU unavailable seconds, near end, far end

    seconds

    Note: PSM displays all counters reported by the router or switch, which might include counters not listed above. Counters not listed above might not be supported. For the definitive list of the supported PM counters, consult the appropriate Juniper Networks documentation for the router or switch.

    Modified: 2017-11-07