NPM Packet Capture v2.2
Created Dec 18, 2020 at 07:09 PM

Resource: job

Information about a capture job

http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/jobs/items/{id}
  • JSON
  • {
      "config": {
        "capture_from_all_vifgs": boolean,
        "enabled": boolean,
        "filter": input_filter,
        "indexing": job_indexing,
        "name": string,
        "retention_rules": packet_retention,
        "snap_len": integer,
        "vifgs": [
          integer
        ]
      },
      "id": string,
      "state": {
        "stats": {
          "bytes_written": {
            "last_hour": integer,
            "last_minute": integer,
            "last_second": integer,
            "total": integer
          },
          "packets_written": {
            "last_hour": integer,
            "last_minute": integer,
            "last_second": integer,
            "total": integer
          }
        },
        "status": {
          "capture_disk_space": integer,
          "capture_size": integer,
          "packet_end_time": string,
          "packet_start_time": string,
          "state": string
        }
      }
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    job <object> Information about a capture job Required properties: [config];
    job.config <object> Configuration of a capture job Required properties: [name, enabled, vifgs];
    job.config.capture_from_all_vifgs <boolean> If enabled, this capture job will ignore the field 'vifgs' and will capture from all existing VIFGs Optional;
    job.config.enabled <boolean> Whether the capture job is configured to run or not
    job.config.filter <input_filter> Packet filter configuration
    job.config.indexing <job_indexing> Parameters for Microflow indexing
    job.config.name <string> Name of the job
    job.config.retention_rules <packet_retention> Packet storage retention rules
    job.config.snap_len <integer> It specifies the max number of bytes for every packet that will be stored to disk. If the packet is longer, it will be truncated Optional; Default is 65535;
    job.config.vifgs <array of <integer>> List of VIFGs the capture job is collecting packets from
    job.config.vifgs[items] <integer> ID of the VIFG that this capture job captures from
    job.id <string> The UUID of the capture job Read-only; Optional;
    job.state <object> Information about the state of a capture job Read-only; Required properties: [stats, status]; Optional;
    job.state.stats <object> Capture job statistics Read-only; Required properties: [packets_written, bytes_written];
    bytes_written <object> Number of bytes written to disk (packets only, without overhead) Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    bytes_written.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_written.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_written.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_written.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;
    packets_written <object> Number of packets written to disk Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    packets_written.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    packets_written.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    packets_written.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    packets_written.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;
    job.state.status <object> Generic information on the capture job and its data Read-only; Required properties: [state, packet_start_time, packet_end_time, capture_size, capture_disk_space];
    job.state.status.capture_disk_space <integer> The actual size of the capture job on disk (including overhead) Read-only;
    job.state.status.capture_size <integer> The size of all the packets of the capture job (packets only, without overhead) Read-only;
    job.state.status.packet_end_time <string> The timestamp of the last packet of the capture job. The string represents a decimal value of seconds since epoch Read-only;
    job.state.status.packet_start_time <string> The timestamp of the first packet of the capture job. The string represents a decimal value of seconds since epoch Read-only;
    job.state.status.state <string> State of a capture job Read-only; Values: UNKNOWN, STOPPED, RUNNING;

    Resource: job_defaults

    Default values to use when creating a new capture job

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/info/job_defaults
  • JSON
  • {
      "capture_from_all_vifgs": boolean,
      "enabled": boolean,
      "indexing": job_indexing,
      "name": string,
      "retention_rules": packet_retention,
      "snap_len": integer
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    job_defaults <object> Default values to use when creating a new capture job Read-only; Required properties: [name, enabled, snap_len, capture_from_all_vifgs, retention_rules, indexing];
    job_defaults.capture_from_all_vifgs <boolean> Default value for whether the capture job should capture from all VIFGs or not Read-only;
    job_defaults.enabled <boolean> Default status of the job Read-only;
    job_defaults.indexing <job_indexing> Parameters for Microflow indexing
    job_defaults.name <string> Default name of new job Read-only;
    job_defaults.retention_rules <packet_retention> Packet storage retention rules
    job_defaults.snap_len <integer> Default value for snaplen Read-only;

    Resource: jobs

    Capture jobs configured on the system

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/jobs
  • JSON
  • {
      "items": [ job ]
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    jobs <object> Capture jobs configured on the system Required properties: [items];
    jobs.items <array of <job>> List of capture jobs
    jobs.items[items] <job> Information about a capture job

    Resource: packet_broker_types

    Information about supported packet brokers

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/info/packet_broker_types
  • JSON
  • [
      {
        "description": string,
        "type": packet_broker_types_type_enum,
        "type_pretty": string
      }
    ]
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    packet_broker_types <array of <object>> Information about supported packet brokers
    packet_broker_types[items] <object> Information about a single packet broker Required properties: [type, type_pretty, description];
    packet_broker_types[items].description <string> Description of the specific type of packet broker
    packet_broker_types[items].type <packet_broker_types_type_enum> Enumerative for supported packet brokers Values: NONE, UNKNOWN, CPACKET_TS_ONLY, CPACKET_TS_AND_SLICE, GIGAMON_HEADER, GIGAMON_TRAILER, GIGAMON_TRAILER_X12, ANUE, ARISTA, ARISTA_BEFORE_FCS;
    packet_broker_types[items].type_pretty <string> User friendly name for the specific type of packet broker

    Resource: phys_interface

    Information about a monitoring interface

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/interfaces/items/{name}
  • JSON
  • {
      "config": {
        "alias": string,
        "description": string,
        "enabled": boolean,
        "speed_duplex": phys_interface_capabilities_enum
      },
      "name": string,
      "state": {
        "interface_type": string,
        "mtu": integer,
        "speed_duplex": phys_interface_capabilities_enum,
        "stats": {
          "bytes_total": {
            "last_hour": integer,
            "last_minute": integer,
            "last_second": integer,
            "total": integer
          },
          "packets_dropped": {
            "last_hour": integer,
            "last_minute": integer,
            "last_second": integer,
            "total": integer
          },
          "packets_total": {
            "last_hour": integer,
            "last_minute": integer,
            "last_second": integer,
            "total": integer
          }
        },
        "status": string
      }
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    phys_interface <object> Information about a monitoring interface Required properties: [config];
    phys_interface.config <object> Configuration of a monitoring interface Required properties: [alias, enabled, description, speed_duplex];
    phys_interface.config.alias <string> Alternative name for the interface
    phys_interface.config.description <string> A description of the monitoring interface
    phys_interface.config.enabled <boolean> Used to enable/disable a monitoring interface
    phys_interface.config.speed_duplex <phys_interface_capabilities_enum> The types of supported speed/duplex configurations. AUTONEG_* values will try to autonegotiate the corresponding speed in Mbps (AUTNEG will negotiate them all). All other values will force a specific speed in Mbps (FD full duplex, HD half duplex) Values: UNKNOWN, AUTONEG, AUTONEG_10, AUTONEG_100, AUTONEG_1000, 10_HD, 10_FD, 100_HD, 100_FD, 1000_FD, 10000_FD, 40000_FD, 100000_FD;
    phys_interface.name <string> The name of the monitoring interface Read-only; Optional;
    phys_interface.state <object> Information about the state of a monitoring interface Read-only; Required properties: [status, interface_type, mtu, speed_duplex, stats]; Optional;
    phys_interface.state.interface_type <string> The type of interface. It gives a high level information about the type of hardware used (FILE is reserved for internal use) Read-only; Values: 1G_COPPER, 1G_FIBER, 1G_VIRTUAL, 10G_COPPER, 10G_FIBER, 10G_VIRTUAL, 40G_FIBER, 40G_VIRTUAL, 100G_FIBER, 100G_VIRTUAL, FILE, UNKNOWN;
    phys_interface.state.mtu <integer> The Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of the interface Read-only;
    phys_interface.state.speed_duplex <phys_interface_capabilities_enum> The types of supported speed/duplex configurations. AUTONEG_* values will try to autonegotiate the corresponding speed in Mbps (AUTNEG will negotiate them all). All other values will force a specific speed in Mbps (FD full duplex, HD half duplex) Values: UNKNOWN, AUTONEG, AUTONEG_10, AUTONEG_100, AUTONEG_1000, 10_HD, 10_FD, 100_HD, 100_FD, 1000_FD, 10000_FD, 40000_FD, 100000_FD;
    phys_interface.state.stats <object> Statistics for a monitoring interface Read-only; Required properties: [bytes_total, packets_total, packets_dropped];
    bytes_total <object> Total number of bytes received by the interface (including drops) Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    bytes_total.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_total.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_total.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_total.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;
    packets_dropped <object> Number of packets dropped by the interface Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    packets_dropped.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    packets_dropped.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    packets_dropped.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    packets_dropped.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;
    packets_total <object> Total number of packets received by the interface (including drops) Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    packets_total.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    packets_total.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    packets_total.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    packets_total.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;
    phys_interface.state.status <string> The state of the interface. UP and DOWN provide link status information. CONNECTED and DISCONNECTED provide tcp connection information. MISSING is used when the interace is no longer detected on the system. DISABLED is used for interfaces that have been manually disabled. Read-only; Values: UP, DOWN, CONNECTED, DISCONNECTED, MISSING, DISABLED, UNKNOWN;

    Resource: phys_interface_capabilities

    Information about supported capabilities of a monitoring interface

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/interfaces/items/{name}/capabilities
  • JSON
  • {
      "name": string,
      "speed_duplex": [ phys_interface_capabilities_enum ]
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    phys_interface_capabilities <object> Information about supported capabilities of a monitoring interface Required properties: [name, speed_duplex];
    phys_interface_capabilities.name <string> The name of the monitoring interface
    phys_interface_capabilities.speed_duplex <array of <phys_interface_capabilities_enum>> An array of the speeds supported by the interface
    phys_interface_capabilities.speed_duplex
    [items]
    <phys_interface_capabilities_enum> The types of supported speed/duplex configurations. AUTONEG_* values will try to autonegotiate the corresponding speed in Mbps (AUTNEG will negotiate them all). All other values will force a specific speed in Mbps (FD full duplex, HD half duplex) Values: UNKNOWN, AUTONEG, AUTONEG_10, AUTONEG_100, AUTONEG_1000, 10_HD, 10_FD, 100_HD, 100_FD, 1000_FD, 10000_FD, 40000_FD, 100000_FD;

    Resource: phys_interfaces

    Monitoring interfaces detected on the system

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/interfaces
  • JSON
  • {
      "items": [ phys_interface ]
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    phys_interfaces <object> Monitoring interfaces detected on the system Required properties: [items];
    phys_interfaces.items <array of <phys_interface>> List of monitoring interfaces
    phys_interfaces.items[items] <phys_interface> Information about a monitoring interface

    Resource: settings

    Global settings for packet capture

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/settings
  • JSON
  • {
      "deduplication": {
        "entries": integer,
        "esp_alg_enabled": boolean,
        "esp_timeout": string,
        "tcp_syn_ack_enabled": boolean,
        "tcp_syn_ack_timeout": string,
        "timeout": string,
        "udp_alg_enabled": boolean,
        "udp_timeout": string
      },
      "packet_broker": {
        "type": packet_broker_types_type_enum
      },
      "packet_export_acceleration": {
        "read_enabled": boolean,
        "write_enabled": boolean
      }
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    settings <object> Global settings for packet capture Required properties: [packet_broker, deduplication, packet_export_acceleration];
    settings.deduplication <object> Packet deduplication advanced settings Required properties: [entries, timeout, udp_timeout, udp_alg_enabled, tcp_syn_ack_timeout, tcp_syn_ack_enabled, esp_timeout, esp_alg_enabled];
    settings.deduplication.entries <integer> Size of internal queues used by packet deduplication engine
    settings.deduplication.esp_alg_enabled <boolean> Enable/Disable deduplication on ESP packets with IP identification equal to 0
    settings.deduplication.esp_timeout <string> Time window used for ESP packets (with IP identification equal to 0) instead of the global 'timeout'. The string represents a decimal value of seconds
    settings.deduplication.
    tcp_syn_ack_enabled
    <boolean> Enable/Disable deduplication on TCP SYN/ACK packets with IP identification equal to 0
    settings.deduplication.
    tcp_syn_ack_timeout
    <string> Time window used for TCP SYN/ACK packets (with IP identification equal to 0) instead of the global 'timeout'. The string represents a decimal value of seconds
    settings.deduplication.timeout <string> Time window within which packet deduplication is guaranteed. If two duplicate packets are received further apart than this timeout, they will not be considered duplicates. The string represents a decimal value of seconds
    settings.deduplication.udp_alg_enabled <boolean> Enable/Disable deduplication on UDP packets
    settings.deduplication.udp_timeout <string> Time window used for UDP packets instead of the global 'timeout'. The string represents a decimal value of seconds
    settings.packet_broker <object> Packet Broker settings Required properties: [type];
    settings.packet_broker.type <packet_broker_types_type_enum> Enumerative for supported packet brokers Values: NONE, UNKNOWN, CPACKET_TS_ONLY, CPACKET_TS_AND_SLICE, GIGAMON_HEADER, GIGAMON_TRAILER, GIGAMON_TRAILER_X12, ANUE, ARISTA, ARISTA_BEFORE_FCS;
    settings.packet_export_acceleration <object> Settings related to the Packet Export Acceleration feature Required properties: [read_enabled, write_enabled];
    settings.packet_export_acceleration.
    read_enabled
    <boolean> Enable acceleration engine during read operations (if indexs are present)
    settings.packet_export_acceleration.
    write_enabled
    <boolean> Enable generation of indexes while writing packets to disk

    Resource: vifg

    Information about a Virtual Interface Group (VIFG)

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/vifgs/items/{id}
  • JSON
  • {
      "config": {
        "bandwidth_capacity": integer,
        "dedup": boolean,
        "description": string,
        "enabled": boolean,
        "filter": input_filter,
        "flow_export": flow_export_filter,
        "is_other_vifg": boolean,
        "members": [
          string
        ],
        "name": string
      },
      "id": integer,
      "state": {
        "bandwidth_capacity": integer,
        "mtu": integer,
        "stats": {
          "bytes_received": {
            "last_hour": integer,
            "last_minute": integer,
            "last_second": integer,
            "total": integer
          },
          "packets_duped": {
            "last_hour": integer,
            "last_minute": integer,
            "last_second": integer,
            "total": integer
          },
          "packets_received": {
            "last_hour": integer,
            "last_minute": integer,
            "last_second": integer,
            "total": integer
          }
        }
      }
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    vifg <object> Information about a Virtual Interface Group (VIFG) Required properties: [config];
    vifg.config <object> Configuration of a Virtual Interface Group (VIFG) Required properties: [name, members, enabled];
    vifg.config.bandwidth_capacity <integer> Custom value for the capacity of the VIFG (in Mbps). If set to zero, it will use default values (see the field bandwidth_capacity in the 'state' object) Optional;
    vifg.config.dedup <boolean> Whether or not packet deduplication is enabled on this VIFG Optional;
    vifg.config.description <string> Description of the VIFG Optional;
    vifg.config.enabled <boolean> Whether or not the VIFG is enabled (disabled VIFGs will drop all the their traffic)
    vifg.config.filter <input_filter> Packet filter configuration
    vifg.config.flow_export <flow_export_filter> Filter settings used for Flow Export
    vifg.config.is_other_vifg <boolean> Whether or not this VIFG is the 'other vifg' Optional;
    vifg.config.members <array of <string>> List of members associated with this VIFG
    vifg.config.members[items] <string> A monitoring interface (in PHYSICAL_INTERFACE mode) or a VLAN ID (in VLAN mode) that belongs to the VIFG. The VLAN ID can be one of: an integer (0-4095), a colon-seperated list of integers to represent QinQ (1:4:5), or 'UNTAGGED'
    vifg.config.name <string> Unique name of the VIFG
    vifg.id <integer> The unique ID of the Virtual Interface Group (VIFG) Read-only; Optional;
    vifg.state <object> Information about the state of a Virtual Interface Group (VIFG) Read-only; Required properties: [stats, bandwidth_capacity, mtu]; Optional;
    vifg.state.bandwidth_capacity <integer> The (read-only) capacity of the VIFG in Mbps. In PHYSICAL_INTERFACE mode, it's the sum of the speeds of the interfaces that the VIFG collects. In VLAN mode, the sum of the speeds of all interfaces. It can also be configured to a custom value (see the field bandwidth_capacity in the 'config' object) Read-only;
    vifg.state.mtu <integer> In PHYSICAL_INTERFACE mode, the max Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of the interfaces that the VIFG collects. In VLAN mode, the max MTU of all interfaces Read-only;
    vifg.state.stats <object> Statistics of a Virtual Interface Group (VIFG) Read-only; Required properties: [bytes_received, packets_received, packets_duped];
    bytes_received <object> Number of bytes correctly received by VIFG (including duplicates) Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    bytes_received.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_received.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_received.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    bytes_received.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;
    packets_duped <object> Number of duplicate packets Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    packets_duped.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    packets_duped.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    packets_duped.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    packets_duped.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;
    packets_received <object> Number of packets correctly received by VIFG (including duplicates) Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    packets_received.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    packets_received.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    packets_received.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    packets_received.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;

    Resource: vifg_global_state

    Global state for Virtual Interface Groups (VIFGs)

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/vifgs/state
  • JSON
  • {
      "autodiscovery": {
        "maximum_reached": boolean
      }
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    vifg_global_state <object> Global state for Virtual Interface Groups (VIFGs) Read-only; Required properties: [autodiscovery];
    vifg_global_state.autodiscovery <object> Information about the status of VIFG autodiscovery Read-only;
    vifg_global_state.autodiscovery.
    maximum_reached
    <boolean> True if the maximum number of VIFGs has already been automatically discovered and no more VIFGs will be created. False, otherwise. The maximum is currently set to 2000 (including the 'other vifg') Read-only; Optional;

    Resource: vifg_settings

    Global settings for Virtual Interface Groups (VIFGs)

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/vifgs/settings
  • JSON
  • {
      "autodiscovery": {
        "default": {
          "dedup": boolean,
          "filter": input_filter,
          "flow_export": flow_export_filter
        },
        "enabled": boolean
      },
      "enable_aggregation": boolean,
      "grouping_type": string,
      "supported_grouping_types": [
        string
      ]
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    vifg_settings <object> Global settings for Virtual Interface Groups (VIFGs) Required properties: [grouping_type, supported_grouping_types, enable_aggregation, autodiscovery];
    vifg_settings.autodiscovery <object> Global settings for the VIFG autodiscovery feature Required properties: [enabled, default];
    vifg_settings.autodiscovery.default <object> Default values for VIFGs created by autodiscovery Required properties: [filter, dedup, flow_export];
    vifg_settings.autodiscovery.default.
    dedup
    <boolean> Enable or disable packet deduplication on VIFGs created by autodiscovery
    vifg_settings.autodiscovery.default.
    filter
    <input_filter> Packet filter configuration
    vifg_settings.autodiscovery.default.
    flow_export
    <flow_export_filter> Filter settings used for Flow Export
    vifg_settings.autodiscovery.enabled <boolean> Enable or disable VIFG autodiscovery
    vifg_settings.enable_aggregation <boolean> Enable or disable VIFG aggregation in downstream processing
    vifg_settings.grouping_type <string> The type of grouping used for incoming packets
    vifg_settings.supported_grouping_types <array of <string>> Valid values for the field 'grouping_types' Read-only;
    vifg_settings.supported_grouping_types
    [items]
    <string> Supported grouping types Read-only; Values: UNKNOWN, PHYSICAL_INTERFACE, VLAN;

    Resource: vifgs

    Virtual Interface Groups (VIFGs) configured on the system

    http://{device}/api/npm.packet_capture/2.2/vifgs{?sort,is_other_vifg,limit,sortby,offset}
  • JSON
  • {
      "count": integer,
      "items": [ vifg ]
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    vifgs <object> Virtual Interface Groups (VIFGs) configured on the system Required properties: [items];
    vifgs.count <integer> The total number of Virtual Interface Groups (VIFGs) Optional;
    vifgs.items <array of <vifg>> List of Virtual Interface Groups (VIFGs)
    vifgs.items[items] <vifg> Information about a Virtual Interface Group (VIFG)

    Type: flow_export_filter

    Filter settings used for Flow Export

  • JSON
  • {
      "enabled": boolean,
      "filter": input_filter
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    flow_export_filter <object> Filter settings used for Flow Export Required properties: [enabled, filter];
    flow_export_filter.enabled <boolean> Enable or disable Flow Export filtering
    flow_export_filter.filter <input_filter> Packet filter configuration

    Type: input_filter

    Packet filter configuration

  • JSON
  • {
      "type": string,
      "value": string
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    input_filter <object> Packet filter configuration Required properties: [type, value];
    input_filter.type <string> The type of filter to be processed Values: UNKNOWN, STEELFILTER, BPF;
    input_filter.value <string> String representation of the filter

    Type: job_indexing

    Parameters for Microflow indexing

  • JSON
  • {
      "enabled": boolean,
      "retention_rules": packet_retention
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    job_indexing <object> Parameters for Microflow indexing Required properties: [enabled, retention_rules];
    job_indexing.enabled <boolean> Enable or disable Microflow indexing on the capture job
    job_indexing.retention_rules <packet_retention> Packet storage retention rules

    Type: packet_broker_types_type_enum

    Enumerative for supported packet brokers

  • JSON
  • string
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    packet_broker_types_type_enum <string> Enumerative for supported packet brokers Values: NONE, UNKNOWN, CPACKET_TS_ONLY, CPACKET_TS_AND_SLICE, GIGAMON_HEADER, GIGAMON_TRAILER, GIGAMON_TRAILER_X12, ANUE, ARISTA, ARISTA_BEFORE_FCS;

    Type: packet_retention

    Packet storage retention rules

  • JSON
  • {
      "max_disk_space": integer,
      "max_retention_time": string,
      "min_disk_space": integer,
      "min_retention_time": string
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    packet_retention <object> Packet storage retention rules
    packet_retention.max_disk_space <integer> Maximum disk space for captured packets (i.e. the capture job cannot store more than N bytes worth of packets). Value in bytes. If equal to zero or not set, the paramter will be ignored Optional;
    packet_retention.max_retention_time <string> Maximum retention time for captured packets (i.e. the capture job cannot store more than N seconds worth of packets). The string represents a decimal velue of seconds since epoch. If equal to zero or not set, the parameter will be ignored Optional;
    packet_retention.min_disk_space <integer> Minimum disk space for captured packets (i.e. best effort to have at least N bytes worth of packets in the capture job). Value in bytes. If equal to zero or not set, the parameter will be ignored Optional;
    packet_retention.min_retention_time <string> Minimum retention time for captured packets (i.e. best effort to have at least N seconds worth of packets in the capture job). The string represents a decimal value of seconds since epoch. If equal to zero or not set, the parameter will be ignored Optional;

    Type: phys_interface_capabilities_enum

    The types of supported speed/duplex configurations. AUTONEG_* values will try to autonegotiate the corresponding speed in Mbps (AUTNEG will negotiate them all). All other values will force a specific speed in Mbps (FD full duplex, HD half duplex)

  • JSON
  • string
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    phys_interface_capabilities_enum <string> The types of supported speed/duplex configurations. AUTONEG_* values will try to autonegotiate the corresponding speed in Mbps (AUTNEG will negotiate them all). All other values will force a specific speed in Mbps (FD full duplex, HD half duplex) Values: UNKNOWN, AUTONEG, AUTONEG_10, AUTONEG_100, AUTONEG_1000, 10_HD, 10_FD, 100_HD, 100_FD, 1000_FD, 10000_FD, 40000_FD, 100000_FD;

    Type: recent_stats

    Statistics about last second/minute/hour (and total)

  • JSON
  • {
      "last_hour": integer,
      "last_minute": integer,
      "last_second": integer,
      "total": integer
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    recent_stats <object> Statistics about last second/minute/hour (and total) Read-only; Required properties: [total];
    recent_stats.last_hour <integer> The value of the statistics in the last hour Read-only; Optional;
    recent_stats.last_minute <integer> The value of the statistics in the last minute Read-only; Optional;
    recent_stats.last_second <integer> The value of the statistic in the last second Read-only; Optional;
    recent_stats.total <integer> Total number of the statistic Read-only;