To configure an RMON probe for a device in JUNOScope, follow
In the JUNOScope main window, click Provisioning > Monitoring
> RMON Probe Configuration. The Filter Pseudowires dialog box opens.
Define the criteria for filtering pseudowires by selecting
and specifying any of the following details. You can define more than
one criteria for filtering pseudowires.
Select the device or group of devices whose pseudowire
details you want to view from the Select Device Groups or Select Devices list box. Shift-click to select multiple devices.
Select the Select Pseudowire Endpoints button
and select the endpoints of the pseudowires from the two lists.
Enter a value in the Virtual Circuit ID field
to view the details of all the Layer 2 circuit pseudowires that have
that virtual circuit ID.
Enter a value in the VPN Name, Site Name, and Site Id fields to view the details of all the Layer
2 VPN pseudowires that have those values.
Click Filter. The Select Prob Params dialog box
opens. This dialog box displays all the pseudowires that match the
criteria that you specified in the previous step.
Select a parameter from the Select Parameter list.
The available options include Missing Packets, Jitter Buffer Underruns,
Malformed Packets, Error seconds, and so on. Specify
the range of values that the parameter can have in the Min Value and Max Value fields. An alarm is triggered if the selected
parameter has a value that exceeds either limit.
Select the pseudowire for which you want to configure
the RMON probe , from the filtered list of pseudowires.
Click Configure Prob. The Confirm Configuration
dialog box appears. Click Previous to back
to the previous step. Click Cancel to go back to the Monitoring
Confirm the configuration details and click Finish to configure the RMON probe for the selected pseudowire. An alarm
will be triggered whenever the selected parameters cross their threshold
values. Click Previous to back to the previous
step. Click Cancel to go back to the Monitoring dialog box.