Monitoring SDP Binding Services

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mandud
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Monitoring SDP Binding Services

Post by mandud » 15 Apr 2018 23:43

Hi,

Is there any way to monitor traffic utilization from sdp that bind in the services ?
There're many flooding from several sdp, but I can't find out which sdp

In the services there're 100 sdp binding, so I want to know which sdp that make problems

Thanks
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Mandud

mivens
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Re: Monitoring SDP Binding Services

Post by mivens » 16 Apr 2018 04:29

You can see the ingress and egress forwarded packet statistics for an sdp with the command
monitor service id sdp {<sdp-id[:vc-id]>|far-end <ip-address>} [interval <seconds>] [repeat <repeat>] [absolute|rate]
But if you have hundreds of them, probably better to graph them.
The SNMP objects are sdpBindBaseStatsIngFwdOctets and sdpBindBaseStatsEgressForwardedOctets

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Re: Monitoring SDP Binding Services

Post by mandud » 16 Apr 2018 21:53

Hi Mivens,

Thanks your advice, actually I've tried this command but the result error

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A:SR-7# monitor service id 1647 sdp 68:1647 interval 
Error: Missing parameter data
A:SR-7# monitor service id 1647 sdp 68:1647 interval 3 repeat 2                                                            ^
Error: Invalid parameter. 
A:SR-7# monitor service id 1647 sdp 68:1647 interval           
  - sdp {<sdp-id[:vc-id]>|far-end <ip-address>} [interval <seconds>] [repeat <repeat>] [absolute|rate]
 <sdp-id[:vc-id]>     : sdp-id - [1..17407]
                        vc-id  - [1..4294967295]
 <ip-address>         : a.b.c.d - display sdp having this as far-end ip-address
 <seconds>            : [11..60] - default 11
 <repeat>             : [1..999] - default 10
 <absolute|rate>      : keywords - default mode delta
A:SR-7# monitor service id 1647 sdp 68:1647 interval 
Based on investigation flooding came from broadcast traffic (broadcast storm) in this services VPLS
is there any way to prevent this in 7750 SR-7 ?

Thanks
Regards,
Mandud

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Re: Monitoring SDP Binding Services

Post by mivens » 17 Apr 2018 04:13

The minimum interval is 11:
<seconds>            : [11..60]
so the command would be
monitor service id 1647 sdp 68:1647 interval 11 repeat 2
There are various ways of controlling the flooding of traffic in a VPLS service. There are features such as Auto-Learn MAC Protect and MAC Move that you can configure and that can generate alarms to help you detect and troubleshoot. A service ingress QoS policy can be configured to rate-limit broadcast/unknown MAC traffic etc.

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