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SNMP OID vsxCountersConnTableLimit returns wrong value on VSX if IPv6 is enabled
Symptoms
  • SNMP OID vsxCountersConnTableLimit (.1.3.6.1.4.1.2620.1.16.23.1.1.4) returns wrong value on VSX if IPv6 is enabled - the returned value is two times larger than the real limit of Connections Table as shown in the output of "fw ctl pstat" command and "fw6 ctl pstat" command.

    Example:

    • [Expert@VSX_HostName:0]# snmpwalk -v 3 -l authPriv -u MyUserName -A MyPassword localhost .1.3.6.1.4.1.2620.1.16.23.1.1.4 
      SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.2620.1.16.23.1.1.4.1.0 = INTEGER: 31800
      
    • [Expert@VSX_HostName:0]# fw ctl pstat | head -n 10
      
      Context is set to Virtual Device MyVirtualSystem (ID 0).
      
      Virtual System Capacity Summary:
        Physical memory used:  12% (2903 MB out of 24008 MB) - below watermark
        Kernel   memory used:   5% (1225 MB out of 23912 MB) - below watermark
        Virtual  memory used:  19% (787 MB out of 4014 MB) - below watermark
           Used: 243 MB by FW, 544 MB by zeco
        Concurrent Connections: 0% (117 out of 15900) - below watermark
        Aggressive Aging is not active
      
Cause

The value is incorrectly calculated twice for the same table (for IPv4 and for IPv6).


Solution
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