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    Managed Objects for jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsTable

    The jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsTable, whose object identifier is {jnxSoamPmLmObjects 4}, contains the jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry that signifies the Ethernet loss measurement (ETH-LM) historical statistical details. Each jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry, whose object identifier is {jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsTable 1}, contains the objects listed in the following table.

    The jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsTable contains the results for history Measurement Intervals in a SOAM Loss Measurement session. Rows of this table object are created automatically by the SNMP Agent when the Loss Measurement session is running and a Measurement Interval is completed. Each row in the table represents the history statistics for a Loss Measurement session Measurement Interval for the defined MEP. This table uses five indices. The first three indices are the indices of the Maintenance Domain, MaNet, and MEP tables. The fourth index is the specific LM session on the selected MEP. The fifth index index the specific Measurement Interval.

    At least 32 completed Measurement Intervals are to be supported. 96 completed Measurement Intervals are recommended to be supported. If there are at least 32 rows in the table and a new Measurement Interval completes and a new row is to be added to the table, the oldest completed Measurement Interval may be deleted (row deletion). If the measurement interval is other than 15 minutes then a minimum of 8 hours of completed Measurement Intervals are to be supported and 24 hours are recommended to be supported.

    Except for jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsIndex, jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEndTime, jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsElapsedTime and jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsSuspect, each object in this table applies only if the corresponding bit is set in jnxSoamLmCfgMeasurementEnable. The rows and objects in this table are to be persistent upon reboot or restart of a device.

    Table 1: jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsTable

    Object

    Object ID

    Description

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsIndex

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 1

    Specifies the index for the Measurement Interval within this PM session.

    Measurement Interval indexes are assigned sequentially by the SNMP Agent. The first Measurement Interval that occurs after the session is started is assigned index 1. Measurement Intervals for FLR (stored in this table) are based on iterator count and are indexed independently of Measurement Intervals for availability

    Referential integrity is necessary, i.e., the index needs to be persistent upon a reboot or restart of a device. The index is never reused while this session is active until it wraps to zero. The index value keeps increasing up to that time.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEndTime

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 2

    Specifies the time at which the Measurement Interval ended.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsElapsedTime

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 3

    Specifies the length of time that the Measurement Interval ran for, in 0.01 seconds.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsSuspect

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 4

    Indicates whether the Measurement Interval has been marked as suspect. The object is set to true when there is a discontinuity in the performance measurements during the Measurement Interval. Conditions for a discontinuity include, but are not limited to the following:

    1—The local time-of-day clock is adjusted by at least 10 seconds

    2—The conducting of a performance measurement is halted before the current Measurement Interval is completed

    3—A local test, failure, or reconfiguration that disrupts service

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsForwardTransmittedFrames

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 5

    Contains the number of frames transmitted in the forward direction by this MEP. For a PM Session of types lmLmm and lmCcm this includes Ethernet Service Frames and SOAM PDUs that are in a higher MEG level only. For a PM Session of type lmSlm this includes the count of OAM ETH-SLM frames only.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsForwardReceivedFrames

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 6

    Contains the number of frames received in the forward direction by this MEP. For a PM Session of types lmLmm and lmCcm this includes Ethernet Service Frames and SOAM PDUs that are in a higher MEG level only. For a PM Session of type lmSlm this includes the count of OAM ETH-SLM frames only.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsForwardMinFlr

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 7

    Contains the minimum one-way frame loss ratio in the forward direction calculated by this MEP for this Measurement Interval. The FLR value is a ratio that is expressed as a percent with a value of 0 (ratio 0.00) through 100000 (ratio 1.00). Units are in milli-percent, where 1 indicates 0.001 percent.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsForwardMaxFlr

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 8

    Contains the maximum one-way frame loss ratio in the forward direction calculated by this MEP for this Measurement Interval. The FLR value is a ratio that is expressed as a percent with a value of 0 (ratio 0.00) through 100000 (ratio 1.00). Units are in milli-percent, where 1 indicates 0.001 percent.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsForwardAvgFlr

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 9

    Contains the average one-way frame loss ratio in the forward direction calculated by this MEP for this Measurement Interval. The FLR value is a ratio that is expressed as a percent with a value of 0 (ratio 0.00) through 100000 (ratio 1.00). Units are in milli-percent, where 1 indicates 0.001 percent.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsBackwardTransmittedFrames

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 10

    Contains the number of frames transmitted in the backward direction by this MEP. For a PM Session of type lmLmm and lmCcm this includes Ethernet Service Frames and SOAM PDUs that are in a higher MEG level only. For a PM Session of types lmSlm this includes the count of SOAM ETH-SLM frames only.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsBackwardReceivedFrames

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 11

    Contains the number of frames received in the backward direction by this MEP. For a PM Session of type lmLmm and lmCcm this includes Ethernet Service Frames and SOAM PDUs that are in a higher MEG level only. For a PM Session of types lmSlm this includes the count of SOAM ETH-SLM frames only.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsBackwardMinFlr

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 12

    Contains the minimum one-way frame loss ratio in the backward direction calculated by this MEP for this Measurement Interval. The FLR value is a ratio that is expressed as a percent with a value of 0 (ratio 0.00) through 100000 (ratio 1.00). Units are in milli-percent, where 1 indicates 0.001 percent.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsBackwardMaxFlr

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 13

    Contains the maximum one-way frame loss ratio in the backward direction calculated by this MEP for this Measurement Interval. The FLR value is a ratio that is expressed as a percent with a value of 0 (ratio 0.00) through 100000 (ratio 1.00). Units are in milli-percent, where 1 indicates 0.001 percent.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsBackwardAvgFlr

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 14

    Contains the average one-way frame loss ratio in the backward direction calculated by this MEP for this Measurement Interval. The FLR value is a ratio that is expressed as a percent with a value of 0 (ratio 0.00) through 100000 (ratio 1.00). Units are in milli-percent, where 1 indicates 0.001 percent.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsSoamPdusSent

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 15

    Contains the count of the number of SOAM PDUs sent during this Measurement Interval. This object applies when jnxSoamLmCfgType is lmLmm, lmSlm, or lmCcm. It indicates the number of LMM, CCM, or SLM SOAM frames transmitted.

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsSoamPdusReceived

    jnxSoamLmHistoryStatsEntry 16

    Contains the count of the number of SOAM PDUs received in this Measurement Interval. This object applies when jnxSoamLmCfgType is lmLmm, lmSlm, or lmCcm. This object indicates the number of LMR, CCM, or SLR SOAM frames received.

    Modified: 2017-09-13