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jnxAtmVCTable

The jnxAtmVCTable, whose object identifier is jnxAtm 2, extends the atmVclTable in the standard ATM MIB, and contains information about peer-to-peer, point-to-multipoint, and multicast virtual circuit entries.

Each jnxAtmVCEntry, whose object identifier is jnxAtmVCTable 1, in the jnxAtmVCTable contains the objects listed in Table 1.

However, the jnxAtmVCEntry does not store any statistic for multicast VCs. A value of zero indicates this. Similarly, a value of 0.0.0.0 indicates that the multipoint destination IP address for a P2P VC is invalid. If atmCccCellRelay is set as the encapsulation type for the logical interface (to which the VC belongs), only the generic VC info is valid. And, if OAM is disabled (indicated by zero value for jnxAtmVCFlags), then all the OAM config and f5 statistics information is invalid.

Table 1: jnxAtmVCTable

Object

Object ID

Description

jnxAtmVCConnType

jnxAtmVCEntry 1

Indicates the type of connection. This object uses the following integer values to denote the connection types:

  • 1 (other; unknown connection type or a connection type that is not one of the other connection types explicitly represented)
  • 2 (peer-to-peer)
  • 3 ( point to multipoint)
  • 4 (multicast)

jnxAtmVCEncapsulation

jnxAtmVCEntry 2

Indicates the ATM encapsulation type associated with the VC. This object uses the following integer values to denote the encapsulation types:

  • 1 other
  • 2 atmCccCellRelay (ATM cell relay for CCC)
  • 3 atmCccVcMux (ATM VC for CCC)
  • 4 atmCiscoNlpid (Cisco-compatible ATM NLPID encapsulation)
  • 5 atmNlpid (ATM NLPID encapsulation)
  • 6 atmSnap (ATM LLC/SNAP encapsulation)
  • 7 atmVcMux (ATM VC multiplexing)
  • 8 atmTccVcmux (Translational Cross Connection (TCC) over ATM VC MUX encapsulation)
  • 9 atmTccSnap (TCC over ATM LLC/SNAP encapsulation)

jnxAtmVCMpDestIPv4Addr

jnxAtmVCEntry 3

Represents the multipoint destination IPv4 address for a point-to-multipoint connection. This object returns an all zero address in the following cases:

  • When the connection type is not P2MP.
  • When the multipoint destination address type is IPv6.

jnxAtmVCMpDestIPv6Addr

jnxAtmVCEntry 4

Represents the multipoint destination IPv6 address for a P2MP connection. This object returns an all zero address in the following cases:

  • When the connection type is not P2MP.
  • When the multipoint destination address type is IPv4.

jnxAtmVCFlags

jnxAtmVCEntry 5

Contains the flags related to the VC.

jnxAtmVCTotalDownTime

jnxAtmVCEntry 6

Shows the total downtime for the VC after the last reboot of the system.

jnxAtmVCInBytes

jnxAtmVCEntry 7

Represents the number of bytes received on the VC.

jnxAtmVCOutBytes

jnxAtmVCEntry 8

Represents the number of bytes transmitted from the VC.

jnxAtmVCInPkts

jnxAtmVCEntry 9

Represents the number of packets received on the VC.

jnxAtmVCOutPkts

jnxAtmVCEntry 10

Represents the number of packets transmitted from the VC.

jnxAtmVCTailQueuePktDrops

jnxAtmVCEntry 11

Represents the number of packets that were dropped because of bandwidth constraints.

jnxAtmVCOAMPeriod

jnxAtmVCEntry 12

Shows the frequency at which the F5 cells are transmitted to check the status of the VC.

jnxAtmVCOAMUpCellCount

jnxAtmVCEntry 13

Shows the minimum number of loopback cells that are required to confirm that a VC is up.

jnxAtmVCOAMDownCellCount

jnxAtmVCEntry 14

Shows the minimum number of loopback cells that are required to confirm that a VC is down.

Note: This object returns a zero value if OAM is not enabled.

jnxAtmVCInOAMF5LoopCells

jnxAtmVCEntry 15

Shows the number of OAM F5 loopback cells received on a VC.

Note: This object returns a zero value if OAM is not enabled.

jnxAtmVCOutOAMF5LoopCells

jnxAtmVCEntry 16

Shows the number of OAM F5 loopback cells transmitted from a VC.

Note: This object returns a zero value if OAM is not enabled.

jnxAtmVCInOAMF5RDICells

jnxAtmVCEntry 17

Shows the number of OAM F5 cells that are received with RDI (Remote Defect Indication) bit set.

Note: This object returns a zero value if OAM is not enabled.

jnxAtmVCOutOAMF5RDICells

jnxAtmVCEntry 18

Shows the number of OAM F5 cells that are transmitted with RDI (Remote Defect Indication) bit set.

Note: This object returns a zero value if OAM is not enabled.

jnxAtmVCInOAMF5AISCells

jnxAtmVCEntry 19

Shows the number of OAM F5 cells that are received with alarm indication signal (AIS) bit set.

Note: This object returns a zero value if OAM is not enabled.

jnxAtmVCOutOAMF5AISCells

jnxAtmVCEntry 20

Shows the number of OAM F5 cells that are transmitted with AIS bit set.

Note: This object returns a zero value if OAM is not enabled.


Published: 2010-04-27

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