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jnxAtmIfTable

The jnxAtmIfTable augments the atmInterfaceConfTable in the standard ATM MIB. The object identifier for jnxAtmIfTable is {jnxAtm 1}. Each jnxAtmIfEntry in the jnxAtmIfTable contains the configuration and statistic information for a particular ATM port. The jnxAtmIfEntry, whose object identifier is {jnxAtmIfTable 1}, is an extension of the atmInterfaceConfEntry in the standard ATM MIB.

Table 1 lists the objects associated with the jnxAtmIfEntry.

Table 1: jnxAtmIfTable

Object

Object ID

Description

jnxAtmIfPortType

jnxAtmIfEntry 1

Represents the type of the physical port. This object uses the following integer values to denote the port type:

  • 1 (other)
  • 2 (oc3)
  • 3 (oc1)
  • 4 (t3)
  • 5 (e3)
  • 6 (oc48)

jnxAtmIfEncaps

jnxAtmIfEntry 2

Represents the type of ATM physical link layer encapsulation. This object uses the following integer values to denote the type of encapsulation:

  • 1 (other)
  • 2 (atmPvc)
  • 3 (atmCccCellRelay)

jnxAtmIfLpBackInfo

jnxAtmIfEntry 3

Represents the loopback configuration and type. This object uses the following integer values to denote the loopback configuration type:

  • 1 (noLoopBack)
  • 2 (localLoopBack)
  • 3 (remoteLoopBack)

jnxAtmIfScrambleEnable

jnxAtmIfEntry 4

Indicates whether scrambling is enabled (object value 1) or disabled (object value 2). Default value for this object is 2, disabled.

jnxAtmIfTxCellCount

jnxAtmIfEntry 5

Indicates the number of ATM cells, including the idle cells, transmitted by the interface.

jnxAtmIfRxCellCount

jnxAtmIfEntry 6

Indicates the number of ATM cells, excluding the idle cells, received by the interface.

jnxAtmIfTxIdleCellCount

jnxAtmIfEntry 7

Indicates the number of idle cells transmitted by the interface. When the interface does not have anything to send, it sends idle cells to fill the time slot.

jnxAtmIfUncorrHCSErrs

jnxAtmIfEntry 8

Indicates the number of uncorrectable cell Header Check Sequence (HCS) errors that occurred on the interface.

jnxAtmIfCorrHCSErrs

jnxAtmIfEntry 9

Indicates the number of correctable cell HCS errors.

jnxAtmIfTxCellFIFOOverRuns

jnxAtmIfEntry 10

Indicates the number of overruns in the Transmit FIFO.

jnxAtmIfRxCellFIFOOverRuns

jnxAtmIfEntry 11

Indicates the number of overruns in the Receive FIFO.

jnxAtmIfRxCellFIFOUnderRuns

jnxAtmIfEntry 12

Indicates the number of underruns in the Receive FIFO.

jnxAtmIfInInvalidVCCells

jnxAtmIfEntry 13

Indicates the number of cells that are arrived for a nonexistent VC.

jnxAtmIfInNoBufferOAMCells

jnxAtmIfEntry 14

Indicates the number of incoming OAM cells or raw cells that are dropped because of lack of buffer to handle them.

jnxAtmIfInNoBufDropPkts

jnxAtmIfEntry 15

Indicates the number of AAL5 packets that are dropped because of lack of buffer to handle them.

jnxAtmIfOutVCQueueDrops

jnxAtmIfEntry 16

Indicates the number of packets dropped because of queue limits on each VC.

jnxAtmIfInBadCrcs

jnxAtmIfEntry 17

Indicates the total number of incoming CRC errors.

jnxAtmIfInLenErrPkts

jnxAtmIfEntry 18

Indicates the number of AAL5 packets that were dropped because of incorrect length.

jnxAtmIfInTimeoutPkts

jnxAtmIfEntry 19

Indicates the number of AAL5 packets that were dropped because of reassembly timeout.

jnxAtmIfL2CircuitMode

jnxAtmIfEntry 20

Indicates the layer 2 circuit mode of the ATM interface (on an ATMII PIC). This object uses the following integer values to denote the circuit modes:

  • 1 (not applicable)
  • 2 (none)
  • 3 (aal5)
  • 4 (cell)
  • 5 (uniTrunk)
  • 6 (nniTrunk)

Published: 2010-04-27

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