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Win32_PerfRawData_Counters_IPsecDoSProtection Class

IPsec DoS Protection is the set of counters that apply to the traffic flowing through the IPsec DoS Protection component.
Namespace value is root/CIMV2.
WMI Provider value is WmiPerfInst.


Properties

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

  • CurrentStateEntries
  • Current State Entries is the number of state entries in the table. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

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

  • Frequency_Object
  • Not applicable.

  • Frequency_PerfTime
  • Not applicable.

  • Frequency_Sys100NS
  • Not applicable.

  • InboundAllowedDefaultBlockExemptPackets
  • Inbound Allowed Default Block Exempt Packets is the total number of default block exempt packets forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface. An allowed default block exempt packet can be an AH IPv6 packet, an IPv6 packet without IPsec, or an IPv4 packet. These packets are blocked by default by the Denial of Service Protection component but can be explicitly allowed by an administrator.

  • InboundAllowedDefaultBlockExemptPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Allowed Default Block Exempt Packets per Second is the rate at which default block exempt packets are forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface. An allowed default block exempt packet can be an AH IPv6 packet, an IPv6 packet without IPsec, or an IPv4 packet. These packets are blocked by default by the Denial of Service Protection component but can be explicitly allowed by an administrator.

  • InboundAllowedFilterExemptIPv6Packets
  • Inbound Allowed Filter Exempt IPv6 Packets is the total number of IPv6 filter exempt packets forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface. A filter exempt packet is a packet that is configured by an administrator to bypass the Denial of Service Protection component.

  • InboundAllowedFilterExemptIPv6PacketsPersec
  • Inbound Allowed Filter Exempt IPv6 Packets per Second is the rate at which IPv6 filter exempt packets are forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface. A filter exempt packet is a packet that is configured by an administrator to bypass the Denial of Service Protection component.

  • InboundAllowedICMPv6Packets
  • Inbound Allowed ICMPv6 Packets is the total number of ICMPv6 packets forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface.

  • InboundAllowedICMPv6PacketsPersec
  • Inbound Allowed ICMPv6 Packets per Second is the rate at which ICMPv6 packets are forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface.

  • InboundAllowedIPv6IPsecAuthenticatedPackets
  • Inbound Allowed IPv6 IPsec Authenticated Packets is the total number of authenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface. An authenticated packet is an IPsec packet with an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundAllowedIPv6IPsecAuthenticatedPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Allowed IPv6 IPsec Authenticated Packets per Second is the rate at which authenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP or ESP IPv6 packets are forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface. An authenticated packet is an IPsec packet with an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundAllowedIPv6IPsecUnauthenticatedPackets
  • Inbound Allowed IPv6 IPsec Unauthenticated Packets is the total number of unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundAllowedIPv6IPsecUnauthenticatedPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Allowed IPv6 IPsec Unauthenticated Packets per Second is the rate at which unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets are forwarded from a public interface to an internal interface. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundDiscardedDefaultBlockPackets
  • Inbound Discarded Default Block Packets is the total number of default block packets received and discarded on a public interface. A discarded default block packet can be an AH IPv6 packet, an IPv6 packet without IPsec, or an IPv4 packet. These packets are blocked by default by the Denial of Service Protection component.

  • InboundDiscardedDefaultBlockPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Discarded Default Block Packets per Second is the rate at which default block discarded packets are received and discarded on a public interface. A discarded default block packet can be an AH IPv6 packet, an IPv6 packet without IPsec, or an IPv4 packet. These packets are blocked by default by the Denial of Service Protection component.

  • InboundDiscardedFilterBlockIPv6Packets
  • Inbound Discarded Filter Blocked IPv6 Packets is the total number of filter blocked IPv6 packets received and discarded on a public interface. A filter blocked IPv6 packet is a packet that is configured by an administrator to be blocked by the Denial of Service Protection component.

  • InboundDiscardedFilterBlockIPv6PacketsPersec
  • Inbound Discarded Filter Blocked IPv6 Packets per Second is the rate at which filter blocked IPv6 packets are received and discarded on a public interface. A filter blocked IPv6 packet is a packet that is configured by an administrator to be blocked by the Denial of Service Protection component.

  • InboundDiscardedPackets
  • Inbound Discarded Packets is the total number of packets received and discarded on a public interface. This counter represents the summation of all the various specific discarded counters.

  • InboundDiscardedPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Discarded Packets per Second is the rate at which packets are received and discarded on a public interface. This counter represents the summation of all the various specific discarded counter rates.

  • InboundOtherDiscardedIPv6IPsecAuthenticatedPackets
  • Inbound Other Discarded IPv6 IPsec Authenticated Packets is the total number of authenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets received on a public interface and discarded because of errors or packet abnormalities. An authenticated packet is an IPsec packet with an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundOtherDiscardedIPv6IPsecAuthenticatedPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Other Discarded IPv6 IPsec Authenticated Packets per Second is the rate at which authenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets are received on a public interface and discarded because of errors or packet abnormalities. An authenticated packet is an IPsec packet with an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundOtherDiscardedIPv6IPsecUnauthenticatedPackets
  • Inbound Other Discarded IPv6 IPsec Unauthenticated Packets is the total number of unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2 ,AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets received on a public interface and discarded because of errors or packet abnormalities. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundOtherDiscardedIPv6IPsecUnauthenticatedPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Other Discarded IPv6 IPsec Unauthenticated Packets per Second is the rate at which unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2 , AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets are received on a public interface and discarded because of errors or packet abnormalities. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundPerIPRateLimitDiscardedIPv6IPsecUnauthenticatedPackets
  • Inbound per IP Rate Limit Discarded IPv6 IPsec Unauthenticated Packets is the total number of unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the per internal IP address rate limit for IPv6 IPsec unauthenticated packets. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundPerIPRateLimitDiscardedIPv6IPsecUnauthenticatedPacketsPersec
  • Inbound per IP Rate Limit Discarded IPv6 IPsec Unauthenticated Packets per Second is the rate at which unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets are received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the per internal IP address rate limit for IPv6 IPsec unauthenticated packets. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedDefaultBlockExemptPackets
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded Default Block Exempt Packets is the total number of default block exempt packets received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for default block exempt packets. A discarded default block exempt packet can be an AH IPv6 packet, an IPv6 packet without IPsec, or an IPv4 packet. These packets are blocked by default by the Denial of Service Protection component, but can be explicitly allowed by the administrator.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedDefaultBlockExemptPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded Default Block Exempt Packets per Second is the rate at which default block exempt packets are received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for default block exempt IPv6 packets. A default block exempt packet can be an AH IPv6 packet, an IPv6 packet without IPsec, or an IPv4 packet. These packets are blocked by default by the Denial of Service Protection component but explicitly allowed by the administrator.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedFilterExemptIPv6Packets
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded Filter Exempt IPv6 Packets is the total number of filter exempt IPv6 packets received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for filter exempt IPv6 packets. A filter exempt packet is a packet that is configured by an administrator to bypass the Denial of Service Protection component.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedFilterExemptIPv6PacketsPersec
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded Filter Exempt IPv6 Packets per Second is the rate at which filter exempt IPv6 packets are received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for filter exempt IPv6 packets. A filter exempt packet is a packet that is configured by an administrator to bypass the Denial of Service Protection component.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedICMPv6Packets
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded ICMPv6 Packets is the total number of ICMPv6 packets received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for ICMPv6 packets.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedICMPv6PacketsPersec
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded ICMPv6 Packets per Second is the rate at which ICMPv6 packets are received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for ICMPv6 packets.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedIPv6IPsecAuthenticatedPackets
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded IPv6 IPsec Authenticated Packets is the total number of authenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for IPv6 IPsec authenticated packets. An authenticated packet is an IPsec packet with an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedIPv6IPsecAuthenticatedPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded IPv6 IPsec Authenticated Packets per Second is the rate at which authenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets are received on a public interface and discarded because they exceed the rate limit for IPv6 IPsec authenticated packets. An authenticated packet is an IPsec packet with an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedIPv6IPsecUnauthenticatedPackets
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded IPv6 IPsec Unauthenticated Packets is the total number of unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for IPv6 IPsec unauthenticated packets. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • InboundRateLimitDiscardedIPv6IPsecUnauthenticatedPacketsPersec
  • Inbound Rate Limit Discarded IPv6 IPsec Unauthenticated Packets per Second is the rate of unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets received on a public interface and discarded because they exceeded the rate limit for IPv6 IPsec unauthenticated packets. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • 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.

  • PerIPRateLimitQueues
  • Per IP Rate Limit Queues is the current number of per internal IP address rate limit queues for unauthenticated IKEv1, IKEv2, AuthIP, or ESP IPv6 packets. An unauthenticated packet is an IPsec packet without an associated state entry. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface. Unauthenticated packets are placed in a separate queue for each destination IP address that is available on the internal interface.

  • StateEntries
  • State Entries is the total number of state entries created by the IPsec Denial of Service Protection component since it was last started. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • StateEntriesPersec
  • State Entries per Second is the rate at which state entries are created by the IPsec Denial of Service Protection component. A state entry is a pair of IPv6 addresses that is authorized to pass through from a public to an internal interface.

  • Timestamp_Object
  • Not applicable.

  • Timestamp_PerfTime
  • Not applicable.

  • Timestamp_Sys100NS
  • Not applicable.


    Methods

    Method not found.

    Example WQL

    SELECT * FROM Win32_PerfRawData_Counters_IPsecDoSProtection
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