Technical Documentation

jnxTraceRouteCtlTable

The jnxTraceRouteCtlTable, whose object identifier is {jnxTraceRouteObjects 2}, defines the jnxTraceRoute control table for providing enterprise-specific options to the corresponding traceRouteCtlEntry.

Each jnxTraceRouteCtlEntry has two indexes that are identical to those of the corresponding TraceRouteCtlEntry. Entries created in TraceRouteCtlTable are mirrored here and are listed in Table 1.

Table 1: jnxTraceRouteCtlTable

Object

Object Identifier

Description

jnxTRCtlOwnerIndex

jnxTraceRouteCtlEntry 1

Specifies the first index. It is identical to jnxTraceRouteCtlOwnerIndex of the corresponding jnxTraceRouteCtlEntry in the jnxTraceRouteCtlTable.

jnxTRCtlTestName

jnxTraceRouteCtlEntry 2

Specifies the other index. It is identical to jnxTraceRouteCtlTestName of the corresponding jnxTraceRouteCtlEntry in the jnxTraceRouteCtlTable.

jnxTRCtlIfName

jnxTraceRouteCtlEntry 3

Specifies the name of the outgoing interface for traceroute probes. This is the name-based complement to traceRouteCtlIfIndex. A zero-length string value for this object means that this option is not enabled. The following values can be set simultaneously, but only one value is used.

The precedence order is as follows:

  • traceRouteCtlIfIndex (see traceRouteCtlTable in the Traceroute MIB)
  • jnxTRCtlIfName
  • jnxTRCRoutingInstanceName

jnxTRCtlRoutingInstanceName

jnxTraceRouteCtlEntry 4

Specifies the name of the routing instance used when directing outgoing traceroute packets. The instance name specified must be configured at the [edit routing-instances] hierarchy level of the JUNOS configuration.


Published: 2010-04-27