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    Node Menu Historical Network Performance

    In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click and select Historical Network Performance. The Historical Network Performance menu is displayed. Figure 1 shows the Historical Network Performance menu.

    Figure 1: Historical Network Performance Menu

    Historical
Network Performance Menu

    Note: To display historical network performance results, you must first schedule a corresponding task in the Task Manager.

    In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Historical Network Performance>Ping. The Enter Start and End Date window is displayed for the selected device. Select a start date and end date for which to display the ping data, then click OK.

    The Select Destination Routers to Filter window is displayed. Figure 2 shows the Select Destination Routers to Filter window.

    Figure 2: Select Destination Routers to Filter

    Select Destination Routers
to Filter

    Select one or more destination routers for which to display ping data, then click Apply Filter. The Historical Device Performance Chart for Ping is displayed. Figure 3 shows the Ping Chart and the table that displays the source and destination of the ping test, the time the ping test was executed, the minimum ping response time, the maximum ping response time, the average ping response time, and the percent of ping responses that were not received.

    Figure 3: Historical Device Performance Ping Chart

    Historical
Device Performance Ping Chart

    In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Historical Network Performance>Advanced Ping. The Enter Start and End Date window is displayed for the selected device. Select a start date and end date to collect the ping data, then click OK.

    The Select Source Destination Pairs to Filter window is displayed. Select one source and one destination router for which to display ping data, then click Apply Filter. The Historical Device Performance Advanced Ping Chart is displayed. Figure 4 shows the Advanced Ping Chart.

    Figure 4: Historical Device Performance Advanced Ping Chart

    Historical
Device Performance Advanced Ping Chart

    Table 1 describes the Advanced Ping Statistics table columns.

    Column Name

    Description

    SourceRouter

    Source node name.

    SourceIntf

    Source node interface and IP address

    DestRouter

    Destination node name.

    DestIntf

    Destination node interface and IP address.

    Time

    Time the ping test was executed.

    AVG

    Average ping response time.

    MIN

    Minimum ping response time.

    MAX

    Maximum ping response time.

    SD

    Standard deviation (SD) value.

    PingParameters

    Ping test parameters used. Advanced Ping test parameters include repeat count, packet size, type of service, and hexadecimal fill pattern.

    In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Historical Network Performance>LSP Ping. The Enter Start and End Date window is displayed for the selected device. Select a start date and end date to collect the LSP ping data, then click OK.

    The Tunnels to filter window is displayed. Select one or more tunnels to display, then click Apply Filter.

    The Historical Device Performance Chart for LSP Ping is displayed. Figure 5 shows the LSP Ping Chart and the table that displays the source node name, destination node name, the time the test was executed, the tunnel name, the minimum LSP ping response time, the maximum LSP ping response time, the average LSP ping response time, and the LSP ping standard deviation value (LsppingSD).

    Figure 5: Historical Device Performance LSP Ping Chart

    Historical
Device Performance LSP Ping Chart

    In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Historical Network Performance>SLA. The Enter Start and End Date window is displayed for the selected device. Select a start date and end date to collect the LSP ping data, then click OK.

    The Select Destination router and probe name to filter window is displayed. Select one or more nodes to display SLA data for, then click Apply Filter.

    The Historical Device Performance Chart for SLA is displayed. Figure 6 shows the SLA Chart and the table that displays the time the SLA test was executed, the source node name, the destination node name and IP address, the SLA probe type, the SLA probe name, the task owner, the count of probe packets sent, the count of probe packets received, the percent of responses lost, the minimum SLA test response time, the maximum SLA test response time, the average SLA test response time, and the round-trip jitter value, in milliseconds.

    Figure 6: Historical Device Performance Charts for SLA

    Historical Device
Performance Charts for SLA

    Modified: 2017-04-04