Technical Documentation

jnxVpnPwTable

jnxVpnPwTable, whose object identifier is jnxVpnMibObjects 4, lists pseudowire connections.

jnxVpnPwEntry contains pseudowire information about a VPN that is being monitored, and has the objects listed in Table 1. The first three objects (jnxVpnPwVpnType, jnxVpnPwVpnName, and jnxVpnPwIndex) are indexes and are not listed in this table.

Table 1: Supported jnxVpnEntry Objects, VPNs, and Connection Circuit Services

Object

Object Identifier

Layer 3 VPN

Layer 2 VPN

VPLS VPN

L2 Circuit

Circuit Cross- Connect

Optical VPN

Description

jnxVpnPwRowStatus

jnxVpnPwEntry 4

Creates, modifies, and deletes a row in this table.

jnxVpnPwStorageType

jnxVpnPwEntry 5

The storage type.

jnxVpnPwAssociatedInterface

jnxVpnPwEntry 6

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The VPN index of the interface associated with a pseudowire. If no interface is associated with a pseudowire, 0 is returned.

jnxVpnPwLocalSiteId

jnxVpnPwEntry 7

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The local site identifier for a pseudowire. When there is no local site identifier, 0 is returned.

jnxVpnPwRemoteSiteId

jnxVpnPwEntry 8

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The remote site identifier. For example, the site at the end of the pseudowire. When there is no remote site identifier, 0 is returned.

jnxVpnRemotetPeIdAddrType

jnxVpnPwEntry 9

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The remote PE address. For example, the router at the end of the pseudowire.

jnxVpnRemotePeIdAddress

jnxVpnPwEntry 10

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The type of tunnel over which the pseudowire is carried. If several pseudowires can be carried in one tunnel, each pseudowire is identified by the multiplexer or demultiplexer within a tunnel.

This object can contain the following values:

  • static(1)
  • gre(2)
  • l2tpv3(3)
  • ipSec(4)
  • ldp(5)
  • rsvpTe(6)
  • crLdp(7)

jnxVpnPwTunnelType

jnxVpnPwEntry 11

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The type of tunnel over which the pseudowire is carried.

jnxVpnPwTunnelName

jnxVpnPwEntry 12

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The name of the tunnel over which a pseudowire is carried.

jnxVpnPwReceiveDemux

jnxVpnPwEntry 13

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The demultiplexer value that identifies received packets associated with this pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwTransmitDemux

jnxVpnPwEntry 14

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The demultiplexer value that identifies the transmitted packets associated with this pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwStatus

jnxVpnPwEntry 15

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The status of the pseudowire.

This object can have the following values:

  • unknown(0)
  • down(1)
  • up(2)

jnxVpnPwTunnelStatus

jnxVpnPwEntry 16

No

No

No

No

The status of the PE-to-PE tunnel over which the pseudowire is carried.

jnxVpnPwRemoteSiteStatus

jnxVpnPwEntry 17

No

No

No

No

The interface status at the remote end of the pseudowire.

This object can have the following values:

  • unknown(0)
  • outOf - Range(1)
  • down(2)
  • up(3)

jnxVpnPwTimeUp

jnxVpnPwEntry 18

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The time, in hundredths of a second, that a pseudowire has been operational.

jnxVpnPwTransitions

jnxVpnPwEntry 19

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The number of state transitions (up to down and down to up) that a tunnel has undergone.

jnxVpnPwLastTransition

jnxVpnPwEntry 20

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

The time, in hundredths of a second, since the last transition occurred in a tunnel.

jnxVpnPwPacketsSent

jnxVpnPwEntry 21

No

No

No

No

The number of packets sent over a pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwOctetsSent

jnxVpnPwEntry 22

No

No

No

No

The number of octets sent over a pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwPacketsReceived

jnxVpnPwEntry 23

No

No

 

No

No

The number of packets received over a pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwOctetsReceived

jnxVpnPwEntry 24

No

No

 

No

No

The number of octets received over a pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwLRPacketsSent

jnxVpnPwEntry 25

No

No

 

No

No

The number of packets sent over a pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwLROctetsSent

jnxVpnPwEntry 26

No

No

 

No

No

The number of octets sent over a pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwLRPacketsReceived

jnxVpnPwEntry 27

No

No

 

No

No

The number of packets received over a pseudowire.

jnxVpnPwLROctetsReceived

jnxVpnPwEntry 28

No

No

 

No

No

The number of octets received over a pseudowire.


Published: 2010-04-27