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    Tunnel Layer Network Reports

    Tunnel Reports


    Demand Traffic on Tunnel Report


    The Demand Traffic on Tunnel provides comprehensive tunnel bandwidth information. Switch to the Tunnel layer before opening the Report Manager to see the tunnel layer reports. See the Router Feature Guide for IP/MPLSView for details on viewing and modifying tunnels. The output file that is written to the output directory is called TUTIL.runcode”.

    Figure 198: The Demand Traffic on Tunnel Report

    The Demand Traffic on Tunnel Report

    Field

    Description

    TunnelName

    The name of the tunnel.

    FromNode

    The originating node of the tunnel.

    ToNode

    The terminating node of the tunnel.

    Bandwidth

    The total bandwidth of the tunnel.

    #Flow

    The number of flows or demands that are routed on this tunnel.

    FlowBW

    The amount of bandwidth used by the demands on the tunnel.

    BW_Diff

    The difference between the flow bandwidth and the total bandwidth. This value is calculated by FlowBW - Bandwidth.

    BW_Diff_Ratio

    If the tunnel’s bandwidth is 0, then this value is the FlowBW. If the tunnel’s bandwidth is greater than 0, then this value is calculated by dividing BW_Diff by the total andwidth.

    RoutePath

    This is the actual routed path of the tunnel.

    Modified: 2017-04-04