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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.

    Field

    Description

    File Format

    VPN

    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

    Field

    Description

    File Format

    Guaranteed BW

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

    GB,

    Bi-Directional

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

    DUPLEX,

    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.

    ROUTEINST=<nameorID>

    Multicast

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

    MCip-address,
    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

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

    ECMP

    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)

    Codec

    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