Technical Documentation

Enterprise-Specific MPLS Traps

Table 1 lists the enterprise-specific MPLS traps based on mplsLspInfoName.

Table 1: MPLS Traps

Object

Object ID

Description

mplsLspInfoUp

mplsLspTraps 1

Indicates that the LSP (mplsLspInfoName) is up. The current active path is represented by mplsPathInfoName.

mplsLspInfoDown

mplsLspTraps 2

Indicates that the LSP (mplsLspInfoName) is down because the current active path (mplsPathInfoName) has gone down.

mplsLspInfoChange

mplsLspTraps 3

Indicates that the LSP (mplsLspInfoName) has switched traffic to a new active path (mplsPathInfoName) without changing the state (up) before or after the switch.

mplsLspInfoPathDown

mplsLspTraps 4

Indicates that the specified path (mplsPathInfoName) for the LSP (mplsLspInfoName) has gone down.

mplsLspInfoPathUp

mplsLspTraps 5

Indicates that the specified path (mplsPathInfoName) for the LSP (mplsLspInfoName) has come up.


Published: 2010-04-27