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    OAM

    The Operations, Administration, and Maintenance feature displays a list of nodes configured with Ethernet OAM, connectivity-fault-management, and link-fault-management in the network. Use the left-panel to navigate through the tree view structure. The Summary view displays the OAM elements: OAM nodes, Maintenance Domains, and LFM. If there are no nodes in the network configured with CFM statements in the configuration file, the OAM feature will not load.

    The CFM displays a list, grouped by customers, operators, service providers, and devices; of nodes, maintenance domains, levels, maintenance associations, maintenance-end-points, remote maintenance-end-points, priorities, and interfaces configured for connectivity-fault-management. Click the Node name or Highlight to highlight the node on the Map window, or click Highlight All to highlight all nodes. Use the Filter text field o filter queries from the top-panel.

    The LFM displays a list of the links, Node A, Interface A, MAC A, Node Z, Interface Z, and MAC Z configured for link-fault-management. Click the Node A or Node Z name or Highlight to highlight the node on the Map window, or click Highlight All to highlight all nodes. Use the Filter text field o filter queries from the top-panel.

    Figure 85: OAM

    OAM

    Right-click on a node in the top right panel to open a pop-up submenu. The available selections are shortcuts to selecting Network > Elements Nodes, Run CLI Commands, Show Config, Ping Advance, and Traceroute Advance.

    Modified: 2016-11-08