Technical Documentation

jnxJsIpSecTunnelTable

jnxJsIpSecTunnelTable, whose object ID is {jnxJsIpSecVpnPhaseTwo 1}, is the IPsec Phase 2 Tunnel Table, with objects listed in Table 1. There is one entry for each active IPsec Phase 2 tunnel. If the tunnel is terminated, then the entry is no longer available after the table has been refreshed.

This table augments jnxIpSecTunnelMonTable in IPsec Phase 2 IKE Tunnel Table.

Table 1: jnxJsIpSecTunnelTable

Object

Object ID

Description

jnxJsIpSecTunnelEntry

jnxJsIpSecTunnelTable 1

Each entry contains the attributes associated with an active IPsec Phase 2 tunnel.

Sequence of parameters:

  • jnxJsIpSecTunPolicyName
  • jnxJsIpSecVpnTunType
  • jnxJsIpSecTunCfgMonState
  • jnxJsIpSecTunState

jnxJsIpSecTunPolicyName

jnxJsIpSecTunnelEntry 1

Policy name assoicated with this tunnel if the IPsec VPN is policy-based. If the IPsec VPN is not policy-based, this attribute is not applicable.

jnxJsIpSecVpnTunType

jnxJsIpSecTunnelEntry 2

Attribute to indicate whether the IPsec VPN tunnel is policy-based or route-based.

jnxJsIpSecTunCfgMonState

jnxJsIpSecTunnelEntry 3

According to userconfiguration, whether to monitor the IPsec tunnel to be alive or not:

  • disable(1)
  • enable(2)

jnxJsIpSecTunState

jnxJsIpSecTunnelEntry 4

Attribute to indicate whether the IPsec tunnel is up or down, determined by ICMP ping if jnxJsIpSecTunCfgMonState is enabled:

  • up(1): VPN monitor detects the tunnel is up.
  • down(2): VPN monitor detects the tunnel is down.
  • vpnMonitoringDisabled(3): User has disabled VPN tunnel monitoring.

Published: 2010-04-27