OSPFMIB

Children

class ydk.models.cisco_ios_xe.OSPF_MIB.OSPFMIB

Bases: Entity

Class Hierarchy : OSPFMIB

This class represents state data.

ospfgeneralgroup

type: OspfGeneralGroup

config: False

ospfareatable

Information describing the configured parameters and cumulative statistics of the router’s attached areas. The interfaces and virtual links are configured as part of these areas. Area 0.0.0.0, by definition, is the backbone area

type: OspfAreaTable

config: False

ospfstubareatable

The set of metrics that will be advertised by a default Area Border Router into a stub area

type: OspfStubAreaTable

config: False

ospflsdbtable

The OSPF Process’s link state database (LSDB). The LSDB contains the link state advertisements from throughout the areas that the device is attached to

type: OspfLsdbTable

config: False

ospfarearangetable

The Address Range Table acts as an adjunct to the Area Table. It describes those Address Range Summaries that are configured to be propagated from an Area to reduce the amount of information about it that is known beyond its borders. It contains a set of IP address ranges specified by an IP address/IP network mask pair. For example, class B address range of X.X.X.X with a network mask of 255.255.0.0 includes all IP addresses from X.X.0.0 to X.X.255.255. Note that this table is obsoleted and is replaced by the Area Aggregate Table

type: OspfAreaRangeTable

config: False

status: obsolete

ospfhosttable

The Host/Metric Table indicates what hosts are directly attached to the router, what metrics and types of service should be advertised for them, and what areas they are found within

type: OspfHostTable

config: False

ospfiftable

The OSPF Interface Table describes the interfaces from the viewpoint of OSPF. It augments the ipAddrTable with OSPF specific information

type: OspfIfTable

config: False

ospfifmetrictable

The Metric Table describes the metrics to be advertised for a specified interface at the various types of service. As such, this table is an adjunct of the OSPF Interface Table. Types of service, as defined by RFC 791, have the ability to request low delay, high bandwidth, or reliable linkage. For the purposes of this specification, the measure of bandwidth: Metric = referenceBandwidth / ifSpeed is the default value. The default reference bandwidth is 10^8. For multiple link interfaces, note that ifSpeed is the sum of the individual link speeds. This yields a number having the following typical values: Network Type/bit rate Metric >= 100 MBPS 1 Ethernet/802.3 10 E1 48 T1 (ESF) 65 64 KBPS 1562 56 KBPS 1785 19.2 KBPS 5208 9.6 KBPS 10416 Routes that are not specified use the default (TOS 0) metric. Note that the default reference bandwidth can be configured using the general group object ospfReferenceBandwidth

type: OspfIfMetricTable

config: False

ospfvirtiftable

Information about this router’s virtual interfaces that the OSPF Process is configured to carry on

type: OspfVirtIfTable

config: False

ospfnbrtable

A table describing all non-virtual neighbors in the locality of the OSPF router

type: OspfNbrTable

config: False

ospfvirtnbrtable

This table describes all virtual neighbors. Since virtual links are configured in the Virtual Interface Table, this table is read-only

type: OspfVirtNbrTable

config: False

ospfextlsdbtable

The OSPF Process’s external LSA link state database. This table is identical to the OSPF LSDB Table in format, but contains only external link state advertisements. The purpose is to allow external LSAs to be displayed once for the router rather than once in each non-stub area. Note that external LSAs are also in the AS-scope link state database

type: OspfExtLsdbTable

config: False

status: deprecated

ospfareaaggregatetable

The Area Aggregate Table acts as an adjunct to the Area Table. It describes those address aggregates that are configured to be propagated from an area. Its purpose is to reduce the amount of information that is known beyond an Area’s borders. It contains a set of IP address ranges specified by an IP address/IP network mask pair. For example, a class B address range of X.X.X.X with a network mask of 255.255.0.0 includes all IP addresses from X.X.0.0 to X.X.255.255. Note that if ranges are configured such that one range subsumes another range (e.g., 10.0.0.0 mask 255.0.0.0 and 10.1.0.0 mask 255.255.0.0), the most specific match is the preferred one

type: OspfAreaAggregateTable

config: False

ospflocallsdbtable

The OSPF Process’s link-local link state database for non-virtual links. This table is identical to the OSPF LSDB Table in format, but contains only link-local Link State Advertisements for non-virtual links. The purpose is to allow link-local LSAs to be displayed for each non-virtual interface. This table is implemented to support type-9 LSAs that are defined in ‘The OSPF Opaque LSA Option’

type: OspfLocalLsdbTable

config: False

ospfvirtlocallsdbtable

The OSPF Process’s link-local link state database for virtual links. This table is identical to the OSPF LSDB Table in format, but contains only link-local Link State Advertisements for virtual links. The purpose is to allow link-local LSAs to be displayed for each virtual interface. This table is implemented to support type-9 LSAs that are defined in ‘The OSPF Opaque LSA Option’

type: OspfVirtLocalLsdbTable

config: False

ospfaslsdbtable

The OSPF Process’s AS-scope LSA link state database. The database contains the AS-scope Link State Advertisements from throughout the areas that the device is attached to. This table is identical to the OSPF LSDB Table in format, but contains only AS-scope Link State Advertisements. The purpose is to allow AS-scope LSAs to be displayed once for the router rather than once in each non-stub area

type: OspfAsLsdbTable

config: False

ospfarealsacounttable

This table maintains per-area, per-LSA-type counters

type: OspfAreaLsaCountTable

config: False