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MIB Reference

S12700 V200R010C00

This document provides the function overview, relationships between tables, description of single objects, description of MIB tables, and description of alarm objects.
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Function Overview

Function Overview

HUAWEI-IPFPM-MIB is a Huawei-proprietary MIB that implements IP FPM. IP FPM measures packet loss rate and delay of end-to-end service packets transmitted on an IP network to determine network performance. This feature is easy to deploy and provides an accurate assessment of network performance.

The IP FPM statistical system is classified into the TLP, DCP, and MCP.

  • TLP

    TLPs are interfaces on the edge nodes of the transit network. TLPs perform the following actions:

    • Compile statistics on the packet loss rate and delay.

    • Generate statistics, such as the number of packets sent and received, the sent and received traffic bandwidth, and timestamp.

  • DCP

    DCPs are edge nodes on the transit network. DCPs perform the following actions:

    • Manage and control TLPs.

    • Collect statistics generated by TLPs.

    • Report the statistics to an MCP.

  • MCP

    MCPs can be any nodes on the transit network. MCPs perform the following actions:

    • Collect statistics reported by DCPs.

    • Summarize and calculate the statistics.

    • Report measurement results to user terminals or the network management system (NMS).

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In the current version, Switches do not support the statistics on the packet delay.

Updated: 2019-08-21

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