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    Reporting Module

    There are three types of reports providing interface load and queueing delays per Class of Service:

    • Demand CoS
    • Tunnel CoS*
    • Link CoS

    Note: To get tunnel CoS information, select the Tunnel layer button from the main menu bar and then reopen the Report Manager.

    • To generate these reports, go to Report > Report Manager.
    • Under the Network Reports category, clicking on either the Demand Reports > CoS Demands Report or the Link Reports > CoS Links Report will cause the following window to appear.

    Figure 1: Query Window

    Query Window

    Before the report is generated, you must first specify three things:

    Parameters

    Definition

    Explanation

    Traffic Mode

    Normal or Peak

    Normal traffic means the network does not experience any failure/outages. Peak means that failure simulation reports are going to be used.

    CoS Classes

    All or one specific Class of Traffic

    Reports can be issued for all Classes of Traffic or for a particular one (e.g. the Priority class)

    Period

    Planned, Worst or All

    Planned means the report is generated using the interface load calculated based on the demand file values. Worst means that the report is generated using the interface load calculated based on the worst traffic load.

    Modified: 2016-11-08