Unconfigured peers will generate a monotonically increasing number when a BGP FSM is built to process the peering session. Table of supported BGP-4 capabilities. This value is set to true if this implementation will be supporting route reflection. Note that for RFC style double nexthops, this object will always contain the global scope nexthop. Errors received on BGP peering sessions. Information about a community association provided with a path to a network.


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Mailing List Archive: BGP4-MIB-v2

The address family of the speakers of this BGP session. The BGP Identifier of local system. The representation of a BGP Safi. The actual state of the session at the point of any protocol exchange or session state machine initiation is reflected in the jnxBgpM2PeerTable row instance as reflected through jnxBgpM2CfgPeerPeerEntry associated with this row instance.

So the question is whether it’s variably sized, and if so, how to reconcile against the casting. Read on a timely basis, no. Certain extensions to BGP permit multiple instance of a per afi, per safi prefix to be advertised to a peer. This table allows the configuration of the parameters for a session with a BGP peer.


OID jnxBgpM2PeerState reference info

August 28, Per peer management data on BGP session timers. This table is present for BGP speakers bgp4-v2-mib-junipeg support the AS 4byte specification and are functioning as a router between 2-byte and 4-byte AS space.

These implementations can set this to an alternate autonomous system. A value of nonClient indicates that this peer is not a reflector client.


Values reflected in this table are the current operational values, after negotiation from values derived from initial configuration or last set from jnxBgpM2PeerConfiguredTimersTable row instances. The supported BGP authentication mechanisms.


I also happen to be the author of the ietf mib that Juniper based this MIB on. There are certain 4-octet long values which could be returned in this columnar row data that carry additional semantics.

Collectively, this represents the Adj-Ribs-In. Value of path attribute not understood by the base BGP-4 document.


Time interval in seconds for the ConnectRetry timer. Entry containing row for administratively starting and stopping peers.

Entry containing information about the connection with a remote BGP peer. A per-AS element index. A four octet long value representing bgp4-v2-mib-uniper part of the reflection path that the route has passed. The counters associated with a BGP Peer.

It is used to provide an index structure for other tables whose data is logically per-peer, per-NLRI. See, without the size: But then someone likely me, based on on how bug work gets email dispatched gets to own questions about that workaround for a decade.


The authentication payload for the BGP authentication mechanism. The address family of the local end of the peering session.

Reference record for OID

While its value is guaranteed to be unique at any time, it is otherwise opaque to the management application with respect to its value or the contiguity of jnxBgpM2PeerAttrIndex row instance values across rows of the jnxBgpM2PeerAttrTable. Allowing for a peer in future implementations to send more than a single route instance.

A value representing a community. Leave it as is, document that it’s wrong? This is the remote port for the transport connection between the BGP peers.

Note that for RFC style double nexthops, this object will always contain the global scope nexthop.