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    Event Browser Popup Menu

    Right clicking on an event row will bring up a menu that allows you to perform several actions associated with the event. Certain actions are available only for certain types of events.

    Figure 1: Event Right-Click Menu

    Event Right-Click Menu
    • Node Detail: Shortcut to the associate node’s details, as given in Network > Elements > Nodes.
    • Highlight Node: Highlights the associated node on the Standard map
    • Highlight Link: Highlights the associated link on the Standard map
    • Show Related BGP Neighbor: For BGP related events, show the associated BGP neighbor, as provided in Network > Protocols > BGP > BGP Neighbor. This option requires some additional configuration from the Trap Editor. See Example Trap Config Editor Settings for BGP Traps.
    • Show Related Interface(s): Shortcut to related interfaces, as given in Network > Elements > Interfaces, right-click menu > Show Related Interface(s).
    • Show Interface Traffic Chart: Shortcut to opening the interface traffic chart.
    • Show Tunnel Traffic Chart: Shortcut to opening the tunnel traffic chart.
    • Show Tunnel: Shortcut to related tunnel, as given in Network > Elements > Tunnels.
    • Show VPN: Shortcut to related VPN, as given in Network > Services > VPN.
    • Ping Device: Use this to ping the selected device from the IP/MPLSView server.
    • Ping Device From Device: Use this to issue a ping from the selected device to a user specified device. When accessing from the Web interface, you must enter the IP address of the destination router. When accessing from the native client, you will be presented with a dropdown list of all available destination routers, and the option to enter in a destination IP address.
    • Ping VPN Interface: Use this to issue a ping from the selected device to a user specified VPN interface. When accessing from the Web interface, you must enter the IP address of the destination device. When accessing from the native client, you will be presented with a dropdown list of destination devices.
    • Trace Route: Use this to perform a traceroute between the selected router and a user specified router. When accessing through the web interface, you must enter the IP address of the destination router. When accessing from the native client, you will be presented with a dropdown list of all available source and destination routers, and the option to enter in a destination IP address.
    • Diagnostic Manager: Provides a shortcut to Tools > Diagnostic Manager.
    • Related Events: Event Map
    • Root Cause Analysis: See Event Map
    • Show Tunnel Events: Provides a shortcut to a node’s right-click View Live > Tunnel Events menu.
    • Show Command: Use this to issue a show command to the selected router. A list of all available show commands will popup, with a field for you to enter additional options.
    • Acknowledge Events: This will acknowledge the selected events.
    • Unacknowledge Events: This will unacknowledge the selected events.
    • Clear Events: This will clear the selected events.
    • Query Event History: For aggregate events, this will display all events within the selected aggregate event between the dates selected by you.

    Modified: 2016-11-08