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Viewing Details of a Site


To view details of a site on the Sites page (Sites > Site Management):

  1. Select a site and click the Detailed View icon that appears on the left side of the site. Alternatively, click More > Detailed View to view the site details.

    The details appear on a pane on the right side of the Sites page. The details of the site are listed under the following three tabs:

    • Info

    • Detail

    • Overlay Links:

    Table 1 lists the information displayed on the tabs in detail.

Table 1: Information Displayed in the Detailed View of a Site




Location of the site

Displays the location of the site along with the latitude and longitude of the site.


Displays the connection between the WAN links of this site with remote sites.


Displays the following:

  • Count of critical, major, and minor alerts generated on the site. When you click on the hyperlinked count to go to the Generated Alerts page (Monitor > Alerts & Alarms > Alerts) where you can view alerts generated for all the sites you have configured.

  • The most recent security-related and SD-WAN related alerts generated on the site.


Displays the following:.

  • Count of critical, major, and minor alarms generated on the site, as links. When you click on the numbers, the Alarms page (Monitor > Alerts & Alarms > Alarms) appears, where you can view alarms generated for all the sites you have configured

  • The most recent security-related and SD-WAN related alarms generated on the site.

SLA Performance

Percentage of times the WAN links of a site met the SLAs during the previous day, and the top seven applications with the lowest SLA performance levels.

uCPE Device Info

Displays the following information about the device:

  • Name

  • Operational status

  • Management status

  • Model

  • Junos OS version installed

  • Serial number

For a cluster, information related to all the devices in the cluster is displayed.


WAN Links

Link Type

Underlay network type—MPLS or Internet.

Access Type

Access type of the underlay link.

Used for OAM

Indicates whether the WAN link is used for operations, administration and maintenance (OAM) traffic (True) or not (False).

Address Assignment

Displays the type of address assignment for the WAN link—Static or Dynamic.

Used for Meshing

Indicates whether this WAN link can be used for full mesh creation with another site (True) or not (False).

WAN Interface

Interface on the device used for the WAN link.

Static IP Prefix

IP address prefix of the WAN interface.

Gateway IP

IP address of the gateway to the WAN.

Traffic Type

Type of traffic carried in the WAN link—only data or both OAM and data.

Mesh Tag

Mesh tag associated with the WAN link.

Mesh Overlay Link Type

Mesh overlay link type—GRE and GRE_IPSEC.

MPLS links can have both GRE and GRE_IPSEC as the mesh overlay link type where as Internet links can have only GRE_IPSEC as the mesh overlay link type.


ID of the data VLAN.

Tunnel Type

Type of overlay tunnel provided by the link—GRE, and GRE_IPSEC.

Subscribed Bandwidth

Bandwidth in mega bits per second (Mbps) of the WAN link.


Service provider providing the WAN link.


Cost of the WAN link.

Cost Currency

Currency in which the cost of the WAN link is specified.

Management IP Pool

IP Prefix

IP prefix used for management interfaces in the site.

Device Template

Device Template Name

Name of the device template used for configuring the CPE device at the site.

Dynamic VPN Thresholds

Create Tunnel Threshold

Number of sessions closed between two sites at which full mesh is created between the two sites.

Delete Tunnel Threshold

Number of sessions closed between two sites below which full mesh is deleted between the two sites.

CPE AS Number

CPE AS Number

Autonomous AS number assigned to the CPE.

Overlay Links


Status of the link. Green color indicates the link is up and red color indicates the link is down.

Link Name

Name of the overlay link.


Type of the overlay link.


The other endpoint of the overlay link where the WAN link is terminating.