What is Table

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HBase Table is a three dimensional sorted map. It maps from Cartesian product of row key, column key and timestamp to cell value. All HBase data is stored in cell of tables.

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Routing table and FIB table
The functions and meanings of the routing table and FIB table are as follows: Routers forward packets based on routing tables and forwarding information base (FIB) tables. Each router maintains at least one routing table and one FIB table. A routing table stores routes discovered by various routing protocols. Routes are classified into the following types based on the origin: -Direct route: is discovered by link layer protocols. -Static route: is manually configured by network administrators. -Dynamic route: is discovered by dynamic routing protocols. Each entry in the FIB table contains the physical or logical interface through which a packet is sent to a network segment or host to reach the next router. An entry also indicates whether the packet can be sent to a destination host in a directly connected network.

Differences between the three multicast-related routing tables on an S series switch
On an S series switch, the following tables are generally searched for MFIB entries: PIM routing table, multicast routing table, and multicast. - A PIM routing table contains entries generated by PIM at the protocol layer. You can view source and group information learned by PIM at the protocol layer in a PIM routing table. - A multicast routing table associates the protocol layer with the MFIB module. Entries at the protocol layer are stored in a multicast routing table before being delivered. Entries stored in the MFIB module must be the same as those stored in the multicast routing table. - A multicast forwarding table contains entries stored in the MFIB module. The MFIB module stores forwarding entries delivered from the protocol layer in the multicast forwarding table. The forwarding entries are then delivered to the multicast module of a switch. Normally, entries stored in the multicast forwarding table must be the same as those stored in the multicast routing table.

Meaning of content in a session table
A session table example is displayed as follows: ID: a48f3648905d02c0553591da1 //Indicates the session ID. zone: dmz -> trust //The first packet of the session is from the DMZ (source zone) to the Trust zone (destination zone). ttl: 00:20:00 left: 00:19:43 //ttl indicates the aging time of the session table, and left indicates the remaining time for aging. Interface: E1 Nexthop: 10.0.0.145 Mac: 00-00-5e-00-01-0f //Indicates the outbound interface, next-hop IP address, and MAC address of the first packet of the session. <-- packets:686 bytes:50264 --> packets:500 bytes:40828 //<-- indicates the number of bytes and packets in the inbound direction of the session. --> indicates the number of bytes and packets in the outbound direction or within the zone. 121.14.74.21:14000<--10.252.204.111:16503 //<-- indicates that the first packet of the session is in inbound direction. --> indicates that the first packet of the session is in outbound direction or the same zone. In session packet statistics, the arrow points the packet direction. 1. The following 10 packets are collected in the direction from 172.16.10.1 to 172.16.0.96. udp VPN: public -> public Zone: trust -> untrust TTL: 00:02:00 Left: 00:01:59 Interface: G2/0/1 Nexthop: 172.16.0.96 MAC: 00-00-00-00-00-00 <-- packets:0 bytes:0 --> packets:10 bytes:5636 172.16.10.1:1517-->172.16.0.96:1231 2. The following five packets are collected in the direction from 172.16.1.26 to 172.16.10.22. udp VPN: public -> public Zone: untrust -> trust TTL: 00:02:00 Left: 00:02:00 Interface: G2/0/0 Nexthop: 172.16.10.22 MAC: 00-00-00-00-00-00 <-- packets:5 bytes:7930 --> packets:0 bytes:0 172.16.10.22:1517<--172.16.1.26:48988

What table in the database stores ECS CDR files?
Original CDRs generated in August 2015 are stored in the TBL_BILLINFO201508 table. Original CDRs generated in December 2015 are stored in the TBL_BILLINFO201512 table.

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