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Herschel_Liang
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What is the different between "fwAcceptPcktsIn" and "fwAcceptPcktsIn64" in Object ID?

As the attachment, what is the different between "fwAcceptPcktsIn" and "fwAcceptPcktsIn64" in Object ID? "add 64“ and ”delete 64“, what is represent for? What is mean of two object id? If we do SNMP monitor, when should we use?

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

If I had to guess, one is a 32bit number and one is a 64bit number.
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Herschel_Liang
Collaborator

I guess maybe different from counter 32 and counter 64, but "fwAcceptPcktsIn64" sytax is string but not counter64, so I can not undersatnd it, too.
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Herschel_Liang
Collaborator

Do you think snmp tree without 64 should be ipv4 session table and snmp tree with64 should be ipv6 translated to ipv4 session table?
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John_Fleming
Advisor

Use the 64 bit one. 64 bit is always cooler then 32 bit. 

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Herschel_Liang
Collaborator

"fwAcceptPcktsIn64" sytax is string but not counter64, so I have question on this.
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John_Fleming
Advisor

its a counter64 on my copy.

fwAcceptPcktsIn64 OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Counter64
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION ""
::= { fwIfEntry64 5 }

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Herschel_Liang
Collaborator

Before R80.20
fwAcceptPcktsIn64 OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX DisplayString (SIZE (0..255))
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION ""
::= { fwIfEntry64 5 }
After R80.20
fwAcceptPcktsIn64 OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Counter64
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION ""
::= { fwIfEntry64 5 }
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John_Fleming
Advisor

gotcha, i think the one i'm looking at is recent from the down load page. 

Granted its got this kind of junk in it so who knows.

 

checkpoint MODULE-IDENTITY
LAST-UPDATED "201312261309Z"

 

Come on folks, how hard is it to populate that that field from a commit ID of some kind?

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Herschel_Liang
Collaborator

Do you think snmp tree without 64 should be ipv4 session table and snmp tree with64 should be ipv6 translated to ipv4 session table?
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John_Fleming
Advisor

Nice. I think there should be a 192 bit tree which provides 32 bits of CRC for ipv4 and ipv6 snmp packets.

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