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MIB Support Details

Table 1 shows enterprise-specific MIB objects supported by JUNOS Software and provides notes detailing how they are handled when a routing instance is specified in an SNMP request. An en dash (–) indicates that the item is not applicable.

Table 1: MIB Support for Routing Instances (Juniper Networks MIBs)

Object

Support Class

Description/Notes

jnxProducts(1)

Product Object IDs

jnxServices(2)

Services

jnxMibs(3)

jnxBoxAnatomy(1)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

mpls(2)

Class 2

All instances within a logical system are exposed. Data will not be segregated down to the routing instance level.

ifJnx(3)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxAlarms(4)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

jnxFirewalls(5)

Class 4

Data is not segregated by routing instance. All instances are exposed.

jnxDCUs(6)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxPingMIB(7)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

jnxTraceRouteMIB(8)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

jnxATM(10)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxIpv6(11)

Class 4

Data is not segregated by routing instance. All instances are exposed.

jnxIpv4(12)

Class 1

jnxIpv4AddrTable(1). Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxRmon(13)

Class 3

jnxRmonAlarmTable(1). Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

jnxLdp(14)

Class 2

jnxLdpTrapVars(1). All instances within a logical system are exposed. Data will not be segregated down to the routing instance level.

jnxCos(15)

jnxCosIfqStatsTable(1) jnxCosFcTable(2) jnxCosFcIdTable(3) jnxCosQstatTable(4)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

jnxScu(16)

jnxScuStatsTable(1)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxRpf(17)

jnxRpfStatsTable(1)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxCfgMgmt(18)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

jnxPMon(19)

jnxPMonFlowTable(1)

jnxPMonErrorTable(2)

jnxPMonMemoryTable(3)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxSonet(20)

jnxSonetAlarmTable(1)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxAtmCos(21)

jnxCosAtmVcTable(1)

jnxCosAtmScTable(2)

jnxCosAtmVcQstatsTable(3)

jnxCosAtmTrunkTable(4)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

ipSecFlowMonitorMIB(22)

jnxMac(23)

jnxMacStats(1)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

apsMIB(24)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

jnxChassisDefines(25)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

jnxVpnMIB(26)

Class 2

All instances within a logical system are exposed. Data will not be segregated down to the routing instance level.

jnxSericesInfoMib(27)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxCollectorMIB(28)

Class 1

Only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

jnxHistory(29)

jnxSpMIB(32)

Class 3

Objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

Table 2 shows Class 1 MIB objects (standard and enterprise-specific MIBs) supported by JUNOS Software. With Class 1 objects, only those logical interfaces (and their parent physical interfaces) that belong to a specific routing instance are exposed.

Table 2: Class 1 MIB Objects (Standard and Juniper MIBs)

Class

MIB

Objects

Class 1

802.3ad.mib

(dot2adAgg) MIB objects:

dot3addAggTable

dot3adAggTablw

dot3adAggPortListTable

dot3adAggPortTable

dot3adAggPortStatsTable

dot3adAggPortDebugTable

rfc2863a.mib

ifTable

ifXTable

ifStackTable

rfc2011a.mib

ipAddrTable

ipNetToMediaTable

rtmib.mib

ipForward (ipCidrRouteTable)

rfc2665a.mib

dot3StatsTable

dot3ControlTable

dot3PauseTable

rfc2495a.mib

dsx1ConfigTable

dsx1CurrentTable

dsx1IntervalTable

dsx1TotalTable

dsx1FarEndCurrentTable

dsx1FarEndIntervalTable

dsx1FarEndTotalTable

dsx1FracTable ...

rfc2496a.mib

dsx3 (dsx3ConfigTable)

rfc2115a.mib

frDlcmiTable (and related MIB objects)

rfc3592.mib

sonetMediumTable (and related MIB objects)

rfc3020.mib

mfrMIB

mfrBundleTable

mfrMibBundleLinkObjects

mfrBundleIfIndexMappingTable

(and related MIB objects)

ospf2mib.mib

All objects

ospf2trap.mib

All objects

bgpmib.mib

All objects

rfc2819a.mib

Example: etherStatsTable

Class 1

rfc2863a.mib

Examples:

ifXtable

ifStackTable

rfc2665a.mib

etherMIB

rfc2515a.mib

atmMIB objects

Examples:

atmInterfaceConfTable

atmVplTable

atmVclTable

rfc2465.mib

ip-v6mib

Examples:

ipv6IfTable

ipv6AddrPrefixTable

ipv6NetToMediaTable

ipv6RouteTable

rfc2787a.mib

vrrp mib

rfc2932.mib

ipMRouteMIB

ipMRouteStdMIB

mroutemib.mib

ipMRoute1MIBObjects

isismib.mib

isisMIB

pimmib.mib

pimMIB

msdpmib.mib

msdpmib

jnx-if-extensions.mib

Examples:

ifJnxTable

ifChassisTable

jnx-dcu.mib

jnxDCUs

jnx-atm.mib

Examples:

jnxAtmIfTable

jnxAtmVCTable

jnxAtmVpTable

jnx-ipv4.mib

jnxipv4

Example: jnxIpv4AddrTable

jnx-cos.mib

Examples:

jnxCosIfqStatsTable

jnxCosQstatTable

jnx-scu.mib

Example: jnxScuStatsTable

jnx-rpf.mib

Example: jnxRpfStatsTable

jnx-pmon.mib

Example: jnxPMonFlowTable

jnx-sonet.mib

Example: jnxSonetAlarmTable

Class 1

jnx-atm-cos.mib

Examples:

jnxCosAtmVcTable

jnxCosAtmVcScTable

jnxCosAtmVcQstatsTable

jnxCosAtmTrunkTable

jnx-mac.mib

Example: jnxMacStatsTable

jnx-services.mib

Example: jnxSvcFlowTableAggStatsTable

jnx-coll.mib

jnxCollectorMIB

Examples:

jnxCollPicIfTable

jnxCollFileEntry

Table 3 shows Class 2 MIB objects (standard and enterprise-specific MIBs) supported by JUNOS Software. With Class 2 objects, all instances within a logical system are exposed. Data will not be segregated down to the routing instance level.

Table 3: Class 2 MIB Objects (Standard and Juniper MIBs)

Class

MIB

Objects

Class 2

rfc3813.mib

mplsLsrStdMIB

Examples:

mplsInterfaceTable

mplsInSegmentTable

mplsOutSegmentTable

mplsLabelStackTable

mplsXCTable

(and related MIB objects)

igmpmib.mib

igmpStdMIB

l3vpnmib.mib

mplsVpnmib

jnx-mpls.mib

Example: mplsLspList

jnx-ldp.mib

jnxLdp

Example: jnxLdpStatsTable

jnx-vpn.mib

jnxVpnMIB

jnx-bgpmib2.mib

jnxBgpM2Experiment

Table 4 shows Class 3 MIB objects (standard and enterprise-specific MIBs) supported by JUNOS Software. With Class 3, objects are exposed only for the default logical system.

Table 4: Class 3 MIB Objects (Standard and Juniper MIBs)

Class

MIB

Objects

Class 3

rfc2819a.mib

rmonEvents

alarmTable

logTable

eventTable

agentxMIB

rfc2925a.mib

pingmib

rfc2925b.mib

tracerouteMIB

jnxchassis.mib

jnxBoxAnatomy

jnx-chassis-alarm.mib

jnxAlarms

jnx-ping.mib

jnxPingMIB

jnx-traceroute.mib

jnxTraceRouteMIB

jnx-rmon.mib

jnxRmonAlarmTable

jnx-cos.mib

Example: jnxCosFcTable

jnx-cfgmgmt.mib

Example: jnxCfgMgmt

jnx-sonetaps.mib

apsMIBObjects

jnx-sp.mib

jnxSpMIB

ggsn.mib

ejnmobileipABmib

rfc1907.mib

snmpModules

snmpModules

Examples:

snmpMIB snmpFrameworkMIB

Table 5 shows Class 4 MIB objects (standard and enterprise-specific MIBs) supported by JUNOS Software. With Class 4 objects, data is not segregated by routing instance. All instances are exposed.

Table 5: Class 4 MIB Objects (Standard and Juniper MIBs)

Class

MIB

Objects

Class 4

system

Example: sysORTable

rfc2011a.mib

ip (ipDefaultTTL, ipInReceives)

icmp

rfc2012a.mib

tcp

tcpConnTable

ipv6TcpConnTable

rfc2013a.mib

udp

udpTable

ipv6UdpTable

rfc2790a.mib

hrSystem

rfc2287a.mib

sysApplOBJ

jnx-firewall.mib

jnxFirewalls

jnx-ipv6.mib

jnxIpv6


Published: 2010-04-27

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