Attributes for LSP lists some key attributes for LSP.

Table 1. Attributes for LSP



Allowed values


Identifies the discovery source of this LSP. The discovery source can be an internal (MPLS Manager) source or an external source.

An internal source would be a MIB, for MIB discovery, or CLI, for CLI discovery.

If the external source is the VMware Smart Assurance Adapter for Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM EMS (the Adapter), for example, the Adapter sets the LSP’s DiscoveryType attribute to the following value:

ASAM_<Adapter name>



Identifies the nodes through which this LSP traverses.



True if no LSP-hop data is available for this LSP. This attribute is applicable only for LSP objects that are created in MPLS Manager by an external source.

If no LSP-hop data is available for the LSP, the external source that creates the LSP in MPLS Manager sets the LSP’s Hopless attribute to True.

Boolean: true or false


True for TE tunnel, P2MP LSP, or subLSP. False for TE LSP or LDP LSP.

Used by MPLS Manager for LSP impact analysis.

Boolean: true or false


A 32-bit integer that uniquely identifies this LSP within the scope of the managed MPLS environment. Its value is the LSP’s destination subnet, which is an IP address on the destination device for this LSP.

String: IpAddress, an application-wide type that represents a 32-bit value