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Win32_PerfFormattedData_Counters_IPsecDriver Class

IPsec Driver is the set of Internet Protocol security (IPsec) driver counters that apply to traffic over Internet Protocol version 4 and Internet Protocol version 6.
Namespace value is root/CIMV2.
WMI Provider value is WmiPerfInst.


Properties

  • ActiveSecurityAssociations
  • Active Security Associations is the number of active quick mode security associations.

  • BytesReceivedinTransportModePersec
  • Bytes Received in Transport Mode per Second is the rate of bytes received using transport mode.

  • BytesReceivedinTunnelModePersec
  • Bytes Received in Tunnel Mode per Second is the rate of bytes received using tunnel mode.

  • BytesSentinTransportModePersec
  • Bytes Sent in Transport Mode per Second is the rate of bytes sent using transport mode.

  • BytesSentinTunnelModePersec
  • Bytes Sent in Tunnel Mode per Second is the rate of bytes sent using tunnel mode.

  • Caption
  • A short textual description (one-line string) for the statistic or metric.

  • Description
  • A textual description of the statistic or metric.

  • Frequency_Object
  • Not applicable.

  • Frequency_PerfTime
  • Not applicable.

  • Frequency_Sys100NS
  • Not applicable.

  • InboundPacketsDroppedPersec
  • Inbound Packets Dropped per Second is the rate of inbound packets dropped by IPsec.

  • InboundPacketsReceivedPersec
  • Inbound Packets Received per Second is the rate of inbound packets successfully processed by IPsec.

  • IncorrectSPIPackets
  • Incorrect SPI packets is the number of packets for which the Security Parameter Index (SPI) was incorrect since the computer was last started. A large number of packets with bad SPIs within a short amount of time might indicate a packet spoofing attack.

  • IncorrectSPIPacketsPersec
  • Incorrect SPI packets per Second is the rate of packets for which the Security Parameter Index (SPI) was incorrect since the computer was last started. A large number of packets with bad SPIs within a short amount of time might indicate a packet spoofing attack.

  • Name
  • The Name property defines the label by which the statistic or metric is known. When subclassed, the property can be overridden to be a Key property.

  • OffloadedBytesReceivedPersec
  • Offloaded Bytes Received per Second is the rate of bytes received using IPsec hardware offload. Certain network adapters can accelerate IPsec processing by performing hardware offload of IPsec cryptographic functions.

  • OffloadedBytesSentPersec
  • Offloaded Bytes Sent per Second is the rate of bytes sent using IPsec hardware offload. Certain network adapters can accelerate IPsec processing by performing hardware offload of IPsec cryptographic functions.

  • OffloadedSecurityAssociations
  • Offloaded Security Associations is the number of active quick mode security associations offloaded to hardware. Certain network adapters can accelerate IPsec processing by performing hardware offload of IPsec cryptographic functions.

  • PacketsNotAuthenticated
  • Packets Not Authenticated is the number of packets for which data could not be verified (for which the integrity hash verification failed) since the computer was last started. Increases in this counter might indicate an IPsec packet spoofing or modification attack, or packet corruption by network devices.

  • PacketsNotAuthenticatedPersec
  • Packets Not Authenticated per Second is the rate of packets for which data could not be verified (for which the integrity hash verification failed) since the computer was last started. Increases in this counter might indicate an IPsec packet spoofing or modification attack, or packet corruption by network devices.

  • PacketsNotDecrypted
  • Packets Not Decrypted is the number of packets that could not be decrypted since the computer was last started. A packet might not be decrypted if it fails a validation check.

  • PacketsNotDecryptedPersec
  • Packets Not Decrypted per Second is the rate of packets that could not be decrypted since the computer was last started. A packet might not be decrypted if it fails a validation check.

  • PacketsReceivedOverWrongSA
  • Packets Received Over Wrong SA is the number of packets received over the wrong security association since the computer was last started.

  • PacketsReceivedOverWrongSAPersec
  • Packets Received Over Wrong SA per Second is the rate of packets received over the wrong security association since the computer was last started.

  • PacketsThatFailedESPValidation
  • Packets That Failed ESP Validation is the number of packets received that failed ESP validation since the computer was last started.

  • PacketsThatFailedESPValidationPersec
  • Packets That Failed ESP Validation per Second is the rate of packets received that failed ESP validation since the computer was last started.

  • PacketsThatFailedReplayDetection
  • Packets That Failed Replay Detection is the number of packets that contained an invalid sequence number since the computer was last started. Increases in this counter might indicate a network problem or replay attack.

  • PacketsThatFailedReplayDetectionPersec
  • Packets That Failed Replay Detection per Second is the rate of packets that contained an invalid sequence number since the computer was last started. Increases in this counter might indicate a network problem or replay attack.

  • PacketsThatFailedUDPESPValidation
  • Packets That Failed UDP-ESP Validation is the number of packets received that failed UDP-ESP validation (used for NAT traversal) since the computer was last started.

  • PacketsThatFailedUDPESPValidationPersec
  • Packets That Failed UDP-ESP Validation per Second is the rate of packets received that failed UDP-ESP validation (used for NAT traversal) since the computer was last started.

  • PendingSecurityAssociations
  • Pending Security Associations is the number of pending quick mode security associations.

  • PlaintextPacketsReceived
  • Plaintext Packets Received is the number of clear text packets received since the computer was last started.

  • PlaintextPacketsReceivedPersec
  • Plaintext Packets Received per Second is the rate of clear text packets received since the computer was last started.

  • SARekeys
  • SA Rekeys is the number of successful rekey operations for quick mode security associations since the computer was last started.

  • SecurityAssociationsAdded
  • Security Associations Added is the number of security associations added since the computer was last started.

  • Timestamp_Object
  • Not applicable.

  • Timestamp_PerfTime
  • Not applicable.

  • Timestamp_Sys100NS
  • Not applicable.

  • TotalInboundPacketsDropped
  • Total Inbound Packets Dropped is the total number of inbound packets dropped by IPsec, since the computer was last started.

  • TotalInboundPacketsReceived
  • Total Inbound Packets Received is the total number of inbound packets successfully processed by IPsec, since the computer was last started.


    Methods

    Method not found.

    Example WQL

    SELECT * FROM Win32_PerfFormattedData_Counters_IPsecDriver
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