Cisco AVC Solution Guide for IOS XE Release 3.9
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New Exported Fields

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New Exported Fields


New Exported Fields


Revised: April 8, 2013, OL-29170-02

Table B-1 describes the Flexible NetFlow (FNF) fields and the CLI used to retrieve the value of the fields, added for Cisco AVC for IOS XE 3.8 and 3.9.

In addition to the these new fields, an AVC record can include FNF fields defined prior to IOS XE 3.8. For information about FNF fields, see: Cisco IOS Flexible NetFlow Command Reference.

Table B-1 New FNF Exported Fields

Field ID
Name
Enterprise
Specific
Data Type
Data Type
Semantics
Description
Units
CLI

56

sourceMacAddress

No

macAddress

identifier

IEEE 802 source MAC address field. This field is collected only for a monitor attached in the ingress direction.

MAC

<collect | match> datalink mac source address input

57

postDestinationMacAddress

No

macAddress

identifier

The definition of this information element is identical to the definition of information element "destinationMacAddress," except that it reports a potentially modified value caused by a middlebox function after the packet has passed the observation point.

MAC

<collect | match> datalink mac destination address output

58

vlanId

No

unsigned16

identifier

IEEE 802.1Q VLAN identifier (VID) extracted from the tag control Information field that was attached to the IP packet.

This field is collected only for a monitor attached in the ingress direction.

number

<collect | match> datalink source-vlan-id

59

postVlanId

No

unsigned16

identifier

The definition of this information element is identical to the definition of information element "vlanId," except that it reports a potentially modified value caused by a middlebox function after the packet has passed the observation point.

number

<collect | match> datalink destination-vlan-id

80

destinationMacAddress

No

macAddress

identifier

IEEE 802 destination MAC address field. This field is collected only for a monitor attached in the ingress direction.

MAC

<collect | match> datalink mac destination address input

81

postSourceMacAddress

No

macAddress

identifier

The definition of this information element is identical to the definition of information element "sourceMacAddress," except that it reports a potentially modified value caused by a middlebox function after the packet has passed the observation point.

MAC

<collect | match> datalink mac source address output

209

tcpOptions

No

unsigned64

flags

TCP options in packets of this flow. The information is encoded in a set of bit fields. For each TCP option, there is a bit in this set. The bit is set to 1 if any observed packet of this flow contains the corresponding TCP option. Otherwise, if no observed packet of this flow contained the respective TCP option, the value of the corresponding bit is 0.

bitmap

collect transport tcp option map

231

initiatorOctets

No

unsigned64

identifier

Total number of layer 4 payload bytes in a flow from the initiator. The initiator is the device that triggered the session creation, and remains the same for the life of the session.

octets

collect counter initiator bytes long

232

serverOctets

No

unsigned64

identifier

Total number of layer 4 payload bytes in a flow from the server.
The server is the device that replies to the client, and remains the same for the life of the session.

octets

collect connection server counter bytes long

235

egressVRFID

No

unsigned32

identifier

Unique identifier of the VRF name where the packets of this flow are being sent. This identifier is unique per metering process.

number

<collect | match> routing vrf output

280

connectionTransactionId

No

unsigned64

identifier

Identifies a transaction within a connection. A transaction is a meaningful exchange of application data between two network devices or a client and server. A transactionId is assigned the first time a flow is reported, so that later reports for the same flow will have the same transactionId. A different transactionId is used for each transaction within a TCP or UDP connection. The identifiers need not be sequential.

number

match connection transaction-id

298

clientPackets

No

unsigned64

identifier

Total number of layer 4 packets in a flow from the client. The client is the device that triggered the session creation, and remains the same for the life of the session.

packets

collect connection client counter packets long

299

serverPackets

No

unsigned64

identifier

Total number of layer 4 packets in a flow from the server. The server is the device that replies to the client, and remains the same for the life of the session.

packets

collect connection server counter packets long

37083

tcpWindowSizeMin

Yes

unsigned32

identifier

Minimum TCP window size.

octets

collect transport tcp window-size minimum

37084

tcpWindowSizeMax

Yes

unsigned32

identifier

Maximum TCP window size.

octets

collect transport tcp window-size maximum

37086

tcpMaximumSegmentSize

Yes

unsigned16

identifier

TCP maximum segment size.

octets

collect transport tcp maximum-segment-size

37092

tcpWindowSizeSum

Yes

unsigned64

identifier

Sum of TCP window size values. Divide by packet counter to get average.

octets

collect transport tcp window-size sum

42036

retransPackets

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Number of packets retransmitted by the client

packets

collect connection client counter packets retransmitted

42040

transactionCountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Total number of completed transactions observed for this flow.

collect connection transaction counter complete

42041

sumTransactionTime

Yes

unsigned32

Duration

Transaction time is the time between the client request and the corresponding last response packet from the server, as observed at the observation point. The value is the sum of all transaction times observed for this flow.

For the average, this field must be divided by transactionCountDelta (42040).

milliseconds

collect connection transaction duration sum

42042

maxTransactionTime

Yes

unsigned32

Duration

Maximum transaction time observed for this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection transaction duration max

42043

minTransactionTime

Yes

unsigned32

Duration

Minimum transaction time observed for this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection transaction duration min

42060

numRespsCo untDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Total number of responses sent by the server.

responses

collect connection server counter responses

42061

numResps1CountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Histogram Bucket 1 for response time. The bucket boundary should be specified in an option template or predefined in the reporting entity.

responses

collect connection delay response to-server histogram

42062

numResps2CountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Histogram Bucket 2 for response time. The bucket boundary should be specified in an option template or predefined in the reporting entity.

responses

collect connection delay response to-server histogram

42063

numResps3CountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Histogram Bucket 3 for response time. The bucket boundary should be specified in an option template or predefined in the reporting entity.

responses

collect connection delay response to-server histogram

42064

numResps4CountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Histogram Bucket 4 for response time. The bucket boundary should be specified in an option template or predefined in the reporting entity.

responses

collect connection delay response to-server histogram

42065

numResps5CountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Histogram Bucket 5 for response time. The bucket boundary should be specified in an option template or predefined in the reporting entity.

responses

collect connection delay response to-server histogram

42066

numResps6CountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Histogram Bucket 6 for response time. The bucket boundary should be specified in an option template or predefined in the reporting entity.

responses

collect connection delay response to-server histogram

42067

numResps7CountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Histogram Bucket 7 for response time. The bucket boundary should be specified in an option template or predefined in the reporting entity.

responses

collect connection delay response to-server histogram

42068

numLateRespsCountDelta

Yes

unsigned32

deltaCounter

Total number of late responses sent by the server. A late response is a response whose time is greater than the last bucket. This informational element can be treated as the last bucket that has no end limit.

responses

collect connection delay response to-server histogram

42071

sumRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Response time is the time between the client request and the corresponding first response packet from the server, as observed at the observation point. The value of this information element is the sum of all response times observed for the responses of this flow. For the average, this field must be divided by numRespsCountDelta (42060).

milliseconds

collect connection delay response to-server sum

42072

maxRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Maximum response time observed for this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay response to-server max

42073

minRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Minimum response time observed for this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay response to-server min

42074

sumServerRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Yes

milliseconds

collect connection delay application sum

42075

maxServerRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Maximum application delay observed for the responses of this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay application max

42076

minServerRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Minimum application delay observed for the responses of this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay application min

42077

sumTotalRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Total delay is the time between the client request and the first response packet from the server, as seen by the client. This is the sum of all total delays observed for the responses of this flow.

For the average, this field must be divided by numRespsCountDelta (42060)

milliseconds

collect connection delay response client-to-server sum

42078

maxTotalRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Maximum total delay observed for the responses of this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay response client-to-server max

42079

minTotalRespTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Minimum total delay observed for the responses of this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay response client-to-server min

42081

sumNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Network delay is the round-trip time between the client and the server, as measured by the observation point, calculated once per session. The value of this information element is the sum of all network delays observed for the sessions of this flow.

For the average, this field must be divided by connectionCountNew (278).

milliseconds

collect connection delay network client-to-server sum

42082

maxNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Yes

milliseconds

collect connection delay network client-to-server max

42083

minNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Yes

milliseconds

collect connection delay network client-to-server min

42084

sumClientNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Client network delay is the round-trip time between the observation point and the client, calculated once per session. The value of this information element is the sum of all client network delays observed for the sessions of this flow.

For the average, this field must be divided by connectionCountNew (278).

milliseconds

collect connection delay network to-client sum

42085

maxClientNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Maximum client network delay observed for the sessions of this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay network to-client max

42086

minClientNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Minimum client network delay observed for the sessions of this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay network to-client min

42087

sumServerNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Server network delay is the round-trip time between the observation point and the server, calculated once per session. The value of this information element is the sum of all server network delays observed for the sessions of this flow.

For the average, this field must be divided by connectionCountNew (278)

milliseconds

collect connection delay network to-server sum

42088

maxServerNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Maximum server network delay observed for the sessions of this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay network to-server max

42089

minServerNwkTime

Yes

unsigned32

Delay

Minimum server network delay observed for the sessions of this flow.

milliseconds

collect connection delay network to-server min

45004

clientIPv4Address

Yes

ipv4Address

identifier

The IPv4 client address in the IP packet header. This may be the source or destination IP address, depending on the first packet of the connection. The client is the device that triggered the session creation, and remains the same for the life of the session.

address

<collect | match> client ipv4 address

45005

serverIPv4Address

Yes

ipv4Address

identifier

The IPv4 server address in the IP packet header. The server is the device that replies to the client, and remains the same for the life of the session.

address

<collect | match> server ipv4 address

45006

clientIPv6Address

Yes

ipv6Address

identifier

The IPv6 client address in the IP packet header. The client is the device that triggered the session creation, and remains the same for the life of the session.

address

<collect | match> client ipv6 address

45007

serverIPv6Address

Yes

ipv6address

identifier

IPv6 server address in the IP packer header. The server is the device that replies to the client, and remains the same for the life of the session.

address

<collect | match> server ipv6 address

45008

clientTransportPort

Yes

unsigned16

identifier

Client transport port identifier. This may be the source or destination transport port. The client is the device that triggered the session creation, and remains the same for the life of the session.

number

<collect | match> client transport port

45009

serverTransportPort

Yes

unsigned16

identifier

Server transport port identifier. This may be the source or destination transport port. The server is the device that replies to the client, and remains the same for the life of the session.

number

<collect | match> server transport port

41000

classHierarchy

Yes

Var-Len

identifier

Identifies the policy-map hierarchy for different policy-map types. The field contains the policy-id, followed by a list of classes representing the policy hierarchy:
{Pi | Ck ... Cl}.

A dedicated option template contains the policy and class id mapping to name and type.

number

<collect | match> policy performance-monitor classification hierarchy

42020

servicesWaasSegment

Yes

unsigned8

identifier

WAAS optimization "segment" can have one of the following values:

number

<collect | match> services waas segment

Unknown

0

 

Client Unoptimized

1

 

Server Optimized

2

 

Client Optimized

4

 

Server Unoptimized

8

 

Pass-Through

16

 

42021

servicesWaasPassThroughReason

Yes

unsigned8

identifier

WAAS optimization pass-through reason can have one of the following values:

number

collect services waas passthrough-reason

PT_NO_PEER

1

 

PT_RJCT_CAP

2

 

PT_RJCT_RSRCS

3

 

PT_RJCT_NO_LICENSE

4

 

PT_APP_CONFIG

5

 

PT_GLB_CONFIG

6

 

PT_ASYMMETRIC

7

 

PT_IN_PROGRESS

8

 

PT_INTERMEDIATE

9

 
         

PT_OVERLOAD

10

 

PT_INT_ERROR

11

 

PT_APP_OVERRIDE

12

 

PT_SVR_BLACKLIST

13

 

PT_AD_VER_MISMTCH

14

 

PT_AD_AO_INCOMPAT

15

 

PT_AD_AOIM_PROGRESS

16

 

PT_DIRM_VER_MISMTCH

17

 

PT_PEER_OVERRIDE

18

 

PT_AD_OPT_PARSE_FAIL

19

 

PT_AD_PT_SERIAL_MODE

20

 

PT_SN_INTERCEPTION_ACL

21

 

PT_IP_FRAG_UNSUPP_PEER

22

 

PT_CLUSTER_MEMBER_INDX

23

 

PT_FLOW_QUERY_FAIL_INDX

24

 

PT_FLOWSW_INT_ACL_DENY_INX

25

 

PT_UNKNOWN_INDX

26

 

PT_FLOWSW_PLCY_INDX

27

 

PT_SNG_OVERLOAD_INDX

28

 

PT_CLUSTER_DEGRADE_INDX

29

 

PT_FLOW_LEARN_FAIL_INDX

30

 

PT_OVERALL_INDX

31

 

PT_ZBFW

32

 

PT_RTSP_ALG

33

 

42128

policyQosQueueID

No

unsigned32

identifier

QoS Policy queue ID

number

match policy qos queue id

42129

policyQosQueueDrop

No

unsigned64

counter

QoS Policy drops per queue

number

collect policy qos queue drops

45010

connectionId

Yes

unsigned32

identifier

Identifies a connection. A connection identifier is created when a new TCP or UDP flow is created between server and client. A single connection can hold several transactions.

number

match connection id