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    Node Menu Tunnels at Node

    The IP/MPLSView main window has network information tables that contain detailed information about nodes, links, and tunnels.

    In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Tunnels On or Thru Node, Tunnels Starting at Node, or Tunnels Ending at Node. The Tunnel table for the selected node is displayed.

    Figure 1 shows the node menu tunnel table for tunnels ending at the node.

    Figure 1: Node Menu Tunnels Ending at Node Table

    Node Menu Tunnels
Ending at Node Table

    Each column head has a menu. From the menu within each column, the element information can be sorted in ascending or descending order. You can select which columns are displayed or hidden. Columns can also be resized and the order can be rearranged.

    Table 1 describes the Tunnel table columns.

    Table 1: Node Menu Tunnel Table Columns

    Column Name

    Description

    Name

    Name of the tunnel.

    Node A

    Name of node A at one end of the tunnel.

    Node Z

    Name of node Z at one end of the tunnel.

    IP A

    IP address of node A at one end of the tunnel.

    IP Z

    IP address of node Z at one end of the tunnel.

    Bandwidth

    Bandwidth required by the tunnel.

    Metric

    The routing tunnel metric.

    Path Type

    Type of path: Primary, Secondary, or Standby.

    Path Name

    Path name, if configured.

    Op Status

    The operational status of the path.

    Admin Status

    Current status of the tunnel: Unknown, Install, Active, Live, Order, or Planned.

    Setup

    RSVP setup priority for the tunnel traffic.

    Hold

    RSVP hold priority for the tunnel traffic.

    Explicit Route

    RSVP explicit route object for the tunnel, if configured.

    Select a tunnel in the table, right-click, and select Display Tunnel Traffic Chart to display the tunnel traffic chart. Figure 2 shows the tunnel traffic chart for ingress traffic.

    Figure 2: Tunnel Traffic Chart

    Tunnel Traffic
Chart

    In the chart window, you can use the controls at the top of the window to reload the chart, select the date, reset the zoom, save the chart as an image, export to Excel, select the chart time period, select the chart style, show or hide the data points, and enable automatic refresh. Hold your mouse pointer over a data point to display a pop-up pane that shows the time and traffic value. Drag your mouse over a section of the chart to zoom in.

     
     

    Modified: 2016-11-08