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    Left Pane Legend

    Note: An asterisk (*) Indicates this feature requires a license to use. Contact your Juniper Networks representative for more information.


    Filters


    Table 19: Left Pane Legend

    Item

    Description

    Reference

    Protocols

    Allows you to view your network by different categories such as by protocol.

    See Filters > Protocols

    Types

    Allows you to show or label certain categories of nodes (for example, by hardware type) and links (for example, by trunk type)

    See Filters > Type

    Routing Instances*

    Displays routing instances/OSPF process IDs associated with each link/interface by the color in the legend, which can be customized using Set Color... in the right-click popup menu. Refer to the Router Feature Guide for IP/MPLSView chapter titled Routing Instances for more details.

    Filters > Routing Instances

    Advanced

    Includes options to hide certain elements such as nodes (AS’s) or links (low utilization links)

    See Filters > Advanced


    Network Elements


    Item

    Description

    Reference

    Nodes

    Includes a list of the nodes in your network. Clicking on a node will highlight it on the map.

    See Network Elements > Nodes

    Links

    Includes a list of links for the selected subview. Clicking on a link will highlight it on the map.

    See Network Elements > Links

    Facilities

    Includes a list of facilities in the network. A facility is a set of nodes and links likely to fail together.

    See Network Elements > Facilities


    Utilization Legends


    Item

    Description

    Reference

    Utilization

    Displays the planned link utilization using colors of the color bar. Planned utilization is the percentage of the link used by the demands you input into the network.

    See Utilization Legends.

    Peak Util

    The Peak Util display feature is used after running a failure simulation script to view the highest (or worst case) link utilization loading experienced by each link, depending on the rerouting of demand/flow traffic after any single failure.

    See Utilization Legends.

    Planned Node Load

    Displays the planned traffic on a node by a color bar. For further information.

    See Utilization Legends > Planned Node Load and Measured Node Load.

    Measured Node Load

    Displays the measured interface traffic on a node by a color bar.

    See Utilization Legends > Planned Node Load and Measured Node Load.

    Measured Link Util

    Displays the measured interface traffic load by CoS, as an alternative to Traffic > Traffic Load, Interface.

     

    Demand CoS Util

    Displays the normal and peak utilization calculated based on demand routing, as an alternative to Traffic > Traffic Load.

     

    Subviews


    Item

    Description

    AS

    Displays Autonomous Systems (AS’s) by color. Each respective AS and their colors are shown in the left pane as a legend. The color can be customized using Set Color... in the right-click popup menu.

    Area/Domain

    Displays the domain or area (for example, OSPF area) by color. Each respective area and its colors are shown in the left pane legend. The color can be customized using Set Color... in the right-click popup menu.

    Attribute/Admin Group

    (MPLS-TE module). View links by logical combinations of RSVP resource colors (Cisco attribute or Juniper Networks admin group). The logical combinations available include all, any, and not. See the Router Feature Guide for IP/MPLSView for more information.

    Link Status*

    (Router module). Displays operational statuses of links and virtual trunks using colors or line styles. Operational Statuses for links include Down, Passive, and Other. Operational statuses for virtual trunks include VT (for an operational virtual trunk) and VT Down for a non-operational virtual trunk. See Subviews > Link Status.

    Media

    Displays link media types using colors or line styles. Valid link media attributes include: TERRES (terrestrial), SAT (satellite), MCWAVE (microwave), FIBER, and ENCRYPT (encrypted). These media descriptors are used in route biasing of demands using criteria such as preferred, preferred not, and required. The color and style of these links can be customized by right-clicking on the icon in the left pane and selecting Set Color or Set Line Style.

    Multicast*

    Includes multicast groups in the network. Selecting one will highlight the distribution tree on the map. See Subviews > Multicast.

    Protocols

    Allows you to view your network by different categories such as by protocol. See Filters > Protocols.

    Routing Instances*

    Displays routing instances/OSPF process IDs associated with each link/interface by the color in the legend, which can be customized using Set Color... in the right-click popup menu. See Filters > Routing Instances. Refer to the Router Feature Guide for IP/MPLSView for more details.

    Type

    Displays types of nodes (for example, by hardware vendor) and links (for example, by trunk type). See Filters > Type.

    Vendors

    Displays link vendors using colors or line styles. Possible values for vendors include those that are specific to a certain country or region, and are listed in the tariff database. If a vendor is not specified, the vendor is set to the default DEF. To represent in-house fiber links with zero cost, the vendor should be set to NET. The color and style of these links can be customized by right-clicking on the icon in the left pane and selecting Set Color or Set Line Style.

    Modified: 2016-11-08