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jnxSpSvcSetIfTable

The jnxSpSvcSetIfTable, whose object identifier is {jnxSPSvcSet 3}, provides service set information for each Adaptive Services (AS) PIC on the router.

The jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry, whose object identifier is {jnxSpSvcSetIfTable 1}, has eight objects, which are listed in Table 1. Each entry provides service set information about a single AS PIC. Each AS PIC is identified by its corresponding index number.

Table 1: jnxSpSvcSetIfTable

Object

Object Identifier

Description

jnxSpSvcSetIfTableName

jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry 1

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

jnxSpSvcSetIfsvcSets

jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry 2

The number of service sets configured on the AS PIC.

jnxSpSvcSetIfMemoryUsage

jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry 3

Amount of memory used by the AS PIC, expressed in bytes.

jnxSpSvcSetIfPctMemoryUsage

jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry 4

Amount of memory used by the AS PIC, expressed as a percentage of total memory.

jnxSpSvcSetIfPolMemoryUsage

jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry 5

Amount of policy memory used by the AS PIC, expressed in bytes.

jnxSpSvcSetIfPctPolMemoryUsage

jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry 6

Amount of policy memory used by the AS PIC, expressed as a percentage of the total.

jnxSpSvcSetIfMemoryZone

jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry 7

The memory usage zone currently occupied by the AS PIC. The definitions of each zone are:

  • Green—All new flows are allowed.
  • Yellow—Unused memory is reclaimed. All new flows are allowed.
  • Orange—New flows are allowed only for service sets that use less than their equal share of memory.
  • Red—No new flows are allowed.

jnxSpSvcSetIfCpuUtil

jnxSpSvcSetIfEntry 8

Amount of CPU processing used by the AS PIC, 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.


Published: 2010-04-27

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