Technical Documentation


The jnxSpSvcSetTable, whose object identifier is {jnxSPSvcSet 1}, provides information about each service set on each Adaptive Services (AS) PIC on the router.

The jnxSpSvcSetEntry, whose object identifier is {jnxSpSvcSetTable 1}, has 11objects, which are listed in Table 1. Each entry provides information about a single service set. The service set is identified by the name of the service set. The AS PIC on which the service set is configured is identified by JnxSpSvcSetIFName.

Table 1: jnxSpSvcSetTable


Object Identifier



jnxSpSvcSetEntry 1

A text name for the service set.


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 2

The name of the service type associated with the service set.


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 3

An integer used to identify the service type for the service set.


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 4

The name of the interface identifying the AS PIC. If more than one interface is associated with the AS PIC, the name associated with the lower layer interface is used.


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 5

An index number associated with the interface name.


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 6

Amount of memory used by the service set, in bytes.


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 7

Amount of CPU processing used by the service set, expressed as a percentage of total CPU usage.

J Series Services Routers do not have a dedicated CPU for services. CPU usage on these routers appears as 0.


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 8

Type of service for the service set. Service types include:

  • Unknown—The service type is not known.
  • Interface-service—The service is interface based.
  • Next-hop-service—The service is next-hop based.


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 9

Number of packets dropped because the service set exceeded its memory limits (operating in the Red zone).


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 10

Number of packets dropped because the service set exceeded the average CPU limits (when total CPU usage exceeds 85 percent).


jnxSpSvcSetEntry 11

Number of packets dropped because the service set exceeded the flow limit.

Published: 2010-04-27