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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 2 (mgmt). 1 (mib-2). 10 (transmission). 127 (docsIfMib). 1 (docsIfMibObjects). 3 (docsIfCmtsObjects). 9 (docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationTable). 1 (docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationEntry). 3 (docsIfCmtsChannelUtUtilization)
OID : 1.3.6.1.2.1.10.127.1.3.9.1.3
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. mgmt. mib-2. transmission. docsIfMib. docsIfMibObjects. docsIfCmtsObjects. docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationTable. docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationEntry. docsIfCmtsChannelUtUtilization
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OID1.3.6.1.2.1.10.127.1.3.9.1.3
Module DOCS-IF-MIB (CISCO)
NomdocsIfCmtsChannelUtUtilization
Accesreadonly
Statuscurrent
Description The calculated and truncated utilization index for this physical upstream or downstream channel, accurate as of the most recent docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationInterval. Upstream Channel Utilization Index: The upstream channel utilization index is expressed as a percentage of mini-slots utilized on the physical channel, regardless of burst type. For an Initial Maintenance region, the mini-slots for the complete region are considered utilized if the CMTS received an upstream burst within the region from any CM on the physical channel. For contention REQ and REQ/DATA regions, the mini-slots for a transmission opportunity within the region are considered utilized if the CMTS received an upstream burst within the opportunity from any CM on the physical channel. For all other regions, utilized mini-slots are those in which the CMTS granted bandwidth to any unicast SID on the physical channel. For an upstream interface that has multiple logical upstream channels enabled, the utilization index is a weighted sum of utilization indices for the logical channels. The weight for each utilization index is the percentage of upstream mini-slots allocated for the corresponding logical channel. Example: If 75% of bandwidth is allocated to the first logical channel and 25% to the second, and the utilization indices for each are 60 and 40, respectively, the utilization index for the upstream physical channel is (60 * 0.75) + (40 * 0.25) = 55. This figure applies to the most recent utilization interval. Downstream Channel Utilization Index: The downstream channel utilization index is a percentage expressing the ratio between bytes used to transmit data versus the total number of bytes transmitted in the raw bandwidth of the MPEG channel. As with the upstream utilization index, the calculated value represents the most recent utilization interval. Formula: Downstream utilization index = (100 * (data bytes / raw bytes)) Definitions: Data bytes: Number of bytes transmitted as data in the docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationInterval. Identical to docsIfCmtsDownChannelCtrUsed Bytes measured over the utilization interval. Raw bandwidth: Total number of bytes available for transmitting data, not including bytes used for headers and other overhead. Raw bytes: (raw bandwidth * docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationInterval). Identical to docsIfCmtsDownChannelCtrTotal Bytes measured over the utilization interval.
Unitepercent
SyntaxeInteger32 (0...100)
Module DOCS-IF-MIB (ietf)
NomdocsIfCmtsChannelUtUtilization
Accesreadonly
Statuscurrent
Description The calculated and truncated utilization index for this physical upstream or downstream channel, accurate as of the most recent docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationInterval. Upstream Channel Utilization Index: The upstream channel utilization index is expressed as a percentage of mini-slots utilized on the physical channel, regardless of burst type. For an Initial Maintenance region, the mini-slots for the complete region are considered utilized if the CMTS received an upstream burst within the region from any CM on the physical channel. For contention REQ and REQ/DATA regions, the mini-slots for a transmission opportunity within the region are considered utilized if the CMTS received an upstream burst within the opportunity from any CM on the physical channel. For all other regions, utilized mini-slots are those in which the CMTS granted bandwidth to any unicast SID on the physical channel. For an upstream interface that has multiple logical upstream channels enabled, the utilization index is a weighted sum of utilization indices for the logical channels. The weight for each utilization index is the percentage of upstream mini-slots allocated for the corresponding logical channel. Example: If 75% of bandwidth is allocated to the first logical channel and 25% to the second, and the utilization indices for each are 60 and 40, respectively, the utilization index for the upstream physical channel is (60 * 0.75) + (40 * 0.25) = 55. This figure applies to the most recent utilization interval. Downstream Channel Utilization Index: The downstream channel utilization index is a percentage expressing the ratio between bytes used to transmit data versus the total number of bytes transmitted in the raw bandwidth of the MPEG channel. As with the upstream utilization index, the calculated value represents the most recent utilization interval. Formula: Downstream utilization index = (100 * (data bytes / raw bytes)) Definitions: Data bytes: Number of bytes transmitted as data in the docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationInterval. Identical to docsIfCmtsDownChannelCtrUsed Bytes measured over the utilization interval. Raw bandwidth: Total number of bytes available for transmitting data, not including bytes used for headers and other overhead. Raw bytes: (raw bandwidth * docsIfCmtsChannelUtilizationInterval). Identical to docsIfCmtsDownChannelCtrTotal Bytes measured over the utilization interval.
Unitepercent
SyntaxeInteger32 (0...100)