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    Demand Window Fields

    This topic describes router-specific fields in the node, link, interface, demand, and tunnel tables as well as the Application Options windows.



    File Format


    Virtual Private Network

    demand file, owner field

    For a description of general details for demands, refer to the IP/MPLSView Java-Based Graphical User Interface Reference. For more information about VPNs, see IP/MPLSView Virtual Private Networks Overview.

    Table 1: Demand Type Parameter Generation



    File Format

    Guaranteed BW

    Specifies that the demand should route over a Guaranteed Bandwidth (e.g., subpool) tunnel



    If this checkbox is selected, the flow will be routed along the same route in both directions.


    Policy Class

    CoS Policy.

    COS= policyname,
    where policyname is substituted by the CoS policy name

    Routing Instance

    If this field is selected, the flow must route only on interfaces of the given OSPF routing instance/process ID.



    If this checkbox is selected, specify the destination IP in the adjacent select menu.

    where ip-address is substituted by the destination IP address

    PIM Mode

    The following Protocol Independent Multicast modes can be specified:

    • PIM-DM (dense mode)
    • PIM-SM (sparse mode)
    • Bidir-PIM
    • SSM

    where pim-mode is substituted by the multicast mode (e.g., PIM-DM)


    Specify that this demand can be load-balanced to Equal Cost Multiple Paths, by splitting the flow into this number of sub-flows.

    ECMP= n,
    where n is substituted by an integer

    Signaling Protocol

    When selecting VoIP as the traffic type, you can select a signaling protocol (e.g., H.323, SIP)

    VOIP= protocol,
    where protocol is the signaling protocol (e.g., H.323, SIP)


    When selecting VoIP as the traffic type, this offers a wide range of codecs, such as 64K(G.711)

    Codec= codec_bandwidth, (e.g., Codec=64K)

    Modified: 2016-11-08