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    Managed Objects for jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgTable

    The jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgTable, whose object identifier is {jnxSoamPmDmObjects 5}, contains the jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEntry that signifies the Ethernet loss measurement (ETH-LM) configuration threshold values. Each jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEntry, whose object identifier is {jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgTable 1}, contains the objects listed in the following table.

    The jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgTable contains the list of Loss Measurement configuration threshold values for LM Performance Monitoring. The main purpose of the threshold configuration table is to configure threshold alarm notifications indicating that a specific performance metric is not being met. Each row in the table represents a Loss Measurement session threshold set 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 is the specific threshold set number. Rows in this table are not created automatically. A row is created in this table to set up a threshold set on a configured MEP that has a configured LM session. If two managers try to 'create' the same row at the same time, the first creation would succeed, the second creation attempt would result in an error. The second creation attempt would then need to select a new index value to successfully create a new row. An NE needs to support at least one threshold set for NE SOAM PM compliance. A second threshold set on the NE is desirable. More than two threshold sets can be configured on the NE if supported on the NE. All the objects in the row have a default value that disables the particular threshold measurement. In order to enable a threshold measurement the particular bit in the jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEnable object is to be set to '1' and the selected threshold measurement is to have a threshold value configured. Non-configured threshold measurements are disabled by default. The writable objects in this table need to be persistent upon reboot or restart of a device.

    Table 1: jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgTable

    Object

    Object ID

    Description

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgIndex

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEntry 1

    Denotes the index of the threshold number for the specific LM threshold entry. An index value of '1' needs to be supported. Other index values can also be supported.

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEnable

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEntry 2

    Contains a vector of bits that indicates the type of SOAM LM thresholds notifications that are enabled. A bit set to '1' enables the specific SOAM LM threshold notification and when the specific counter is enabled and the threshold is crossed a notification is generated. A bit set to '0' disables the specific SOAM LM threshold notification. If a particular SOAM LM threshold is not supported the BIT value is set to '0'.

    bJnxSoamLmMeasuredFlrForwardThreshold(0)—Enables or disables measured frame loss forward ratio threshold notification. The notification is sent immediately when the jnxSoamLmMeasuredStatsForwardFlr value is greater than or equal to the threshold value.

    bJnxSoamLmMaxFlrForwardThreshold(1)—Enables or disables maximum frame loss forward ratio threshold notification. The notification is sent immediately when the jnxSoamLmCurrentStatsForwardMaxFlr value is greater than or equal to threshold value in a Measurement Interval.

    bJnxSoamLmAvgFlrForwardThreshold(2)—Enables or disables average frame loss forward ratio threshold notification. The notification is sent when at the end of a Measurement Interval if the jnxSoamLmCurrentStatsForwardAvgFlr value is greater than or equal to the threshold value.

    bJnxSoamLmMeasuredFlrBackwardThreshold(3)—Enables or disables measured frame loss backward ratio threshold notification. The notification is sent immediately when the jnxSoamLmMeasuredStatsBackwardFlr value is greater than or equal to the threshold value.

    bJnxSoamLmMaxFlrBackwardThreshold(4)—Enables or disables maximum frame loss backward ratio threshold notification. The notification is sent immediately when the jnxSoamLmCurrentStatsBackwardMaxFlr value is greater than or equal to threshold value in a Measurement Interval.

    bJnxSoamLmAvgFlrBackwardThreshold(5)—Enables or disables average frame loss backward ratio threshold notification. The notification is sent when at the end of a Measurement Interval if the jnxSoamLmCurrentStatsBackwardAvgFlr value is greater than or equal to the threshold value.

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgAvgFlrForwardThreshold

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEntry 3

    Sets the average forward frame loss ratio threshold value that will be used to determine if a threshold notification is generated.

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgAvgFlrBackwardThreshold

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEntry 4

    Sets the average backward frame loss ratio threshold value that will be used to determine if a threshold notification is generated.

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgRowStatus

    jnxSoamLmThresholdCfgEntry 5

    Specifies the status of the ETH-LM threshold configuration row status. The writable columns in a row cannot be changed if the row is active. All columns are to have a valid value before a row can be activated.

    Modified: 2017-09-13