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apsConfigTable

apsConfigTable lists the APS groups that are configured on the system.

apsConfigEntry objects have read access only and are listed in Table 1.

Table 1: apsConfigTable

Object

Object Identifier

Description

apsConfigName

apsConfigEntry 1

A text name for the APS group.

An entry cannot exist in the active state unless all objects in the entry have an appropriate value. Also, all associated apsChanConfigEntry rows must represent a set of consecutive channel numbers beginning with 0 or 1, depending on the selected architecture.

apsConfigRowStatus

apsConfigEntry 2

The status of a APS group entry.

apsConfigMode

apsConfigEntry 3

The architecture of the APS group. JUNOS Software supports only the 1+1 architecture.

apsConfigRevert

apsConfigEntry 4

The revertive mode of the APS group.

  • Revertive mode—When the condition that caused a switch to the protection line has been cleared, the signal is switched back to the working line. Switching can optionally be revertive with 1+1 architecture.
  • Nonrevertive mode—Traffic remains on the protection line until another switch request is received.

apsConfigDirection

apsConfigEntry 5

The directional mode of the APS group. JUNOS Software supports only bidirectional mode. Bidirectional mode provides protection in both directions.

apsConfigExtraTraffic

apsConfigEntry 6

This object always returns the value disabled.

apsConfigSdBerThreshold

apsConfigEntry 7

The signal degrade bit error rate (BER). The negative value of this number is used as the exponent of 10 for computing the threshold value for the BER. For example, a value of 5 indicates a BER threshold of 10^-5.

apsConfigSfBerThreshold

apsConfigEntry 8

The signal failure bit error rate (BER). The negative value of this number is used as the exponent of 10 for computing the threshold value for the BER. For example, a value of 5 indicates a BER threshold of 10^-5.

apsConfigWaitToRestore

apsConfigEntry 9

The wait to restore period, in seconds. After a condition that necessitated an automatic switch is cleared, the wait to restore period must elapse before reverting. This avoids rapid switch oscillations.

GR-253-CORE specifies a range of 5 to 12 minutes. G.783 defines a range of 5 to 12 minutes in section 5.4.1.1.3, but also allows a shorter period in Table 2-1, WaitToRestore value (MI_WTRtime: 0..(5)..12 minutes).

apsConfigCreationTime

apsConfigEntry 10

The value of sysUpTime at the time the row was created.

apsConfigStorageType

apsConfigEntry 11

The storage type for this conceptual row. For information about conceptual rows, see RFC 2579, Textual Conventions for SMIv2.


Published: 2010-04-27

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