Technical Documentation

jnxPingResultsTable

jnxPingResultsTable, whose object identifier is jnxPingObjects 3, gathers ping test results on traffic on round-trip, ingress, and egress trip delays. This is useful when you want to measure the performance of your network and verify service-level agreements with your vendors.

The jnxPingResultsEntry objects are listed in Table 1.

Table 1: jnxPingsResultsEntry

Object

Object Identifier

Description

jnxPingResultsRttUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 1

The round-trip delays measured for the most recent successful probe during this test, in microseconds.

jnxPingResultsSumRttUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 2

The sum of the round-trip delays measured for all the probes during this test, in microseconds.

jnxPingResultsMinRttUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 3

The minimum of the round-trip delays measured for all the probes during this test, in microseconds.

jnxPingResultsMaxRttUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 4

The maximum of the round-trip delays measured for all the probes during this test, in microseconds.

jnxPingResultsAvgRttUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 5

The average of the round-trip delays measured for all the probes during this test, in microseconds.

jnxPingResultsStdDevRttUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 6

The standard deviation of the round-trip delays measured during this test, in microseconds.

jnxPingResultsEgressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 7

The egress trip delays measured for the most recent successful probe during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsMinEgressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 8

The minimum of the egress trip delays measured over all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsMaxEgressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 9

The maximum of the egress trip delays measured over all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsAvgEgressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 10

The average of the egress trip delays measured over all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsStddevEgressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 11

The standard deviation of the egress trip delays measured over all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsIngressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 12

The ingress trip delays measured for the most recent successful probe during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsMinIngressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 13

The minimum of the ingress trip delays measured over all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsMaxIngressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 14

The maximum of the ingress trip delays measured over all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsAvgIngressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 15

The average of the ingress trip delays measured over all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsStddevIngressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 16

The standard deviation of the ingress trip delays measured over all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsJitterRttUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 17

The jitter of the round-trip delays measured for all probes during this test, in microseconds.

jnxPingResultsJitterEngressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 18

The jitter of the engress trip delays measured for all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsJitterIngressUs

jnxPingResultsEntry 19

The jitter of the ingress trip delays measured for all probes during this test, in microseconds. This applies only if the probe type (pingCtlType) provides one-way delay measurements. For all other probe types, their values are irrelevant and this object returns 0.

jnxPingResultsStatus

jnxPingResultsEntry 20

The result of the most recent probe.

jnxPingResultsTime

jnxPingResultsEntry 21

The date and time of the most recent probe result.

jnxPingResultsOwnerIndex

jnxPingResultsEntry 22

The first index. It has the same value as pingCtlOwnerIndex and is provided for applications that are unable to obtain the value of pingCtlOwnerIndex from the instance portion of the object identifiers belonging to this table.

jnxPingResultsTestName

jnxPingResultsEntry 23

The other index. It has the same value as pingCtlTestName and is provided for applications that are unable to obtain the value of pingCtlTestName from the instance portion of the object identifiers belonging to this table.


Published: 2010-04-27