CSS SNMP counter "apCntStickyStatsNewCt".. query on sticky table entry lifetime.
Can someone confirm the meaning of SNMP counter "apCntStickyStatsNewCt" please? Does it just mean that for every new sticky table entry created that this counter gets incremented ?
My understanding is that there is a finite number of sticky table entries. There is one table for all entries and these can be made up of L3, L4, SSL etc.. and it operates on a First-In-First-Out system.
Assuming we fill all available sticky table slots, when this "apCntStickyStatsNewCt" counter increments and inserts a new sticky entry then the oldest sticky table entry gets removed from the end of the of the table. Is this correct ?
By taking a delta of this counter every 60 seconds I'm trying to determine if this counter can be used to work out how long a sticky entry will remain in the sticky table before being purged/pushed out.
The full namepsace/OID info for apCntStickyStatsNewCt is below:
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