I tried those OID but noting about what i'm looking for!
the first OID gives index pointing to the Tunnel Path in use,
the second, number of times the path of this tunnel has changed,
the third one, the time since the last path has changee.
For the QoS purpose, inside the MPLS Domain, we can specify the type of traffic any Mpls tunnel can carry based on the Mpls Exp bits, it is what i'm looking for.
I found that may be looking inside Fec-To-Next Hop Mib (MPLS-FTN-MIB) will provide me this information.
Because Fec Can be classify traffic using IP prefic, port number or MplsExpBits, and each Fec can point to either a Tunnel or LSP. Unfortunnately it seems this MIB is not supported on my Cisco device. May Be not supported on any Cisco device since i can't see it inside "SNMP object navigator"
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