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Administration Application Menu


The IP/MPLSView main window has an Admin button. The Admin button provides access to administrative settings for applications, user accounts, licenses, log files, login statistics, release information, and activity on the server.

Select Application>Diagnostics Settings to display the Diagnostics Settings window. Figure 1 shows the Diagnostics Settings window.

Figure 1: Diagnostics Settings Window
Diagnostics Settings Window

In the top pane of the Diagnostics Settings window, you can customize settings for the ping test. In the second pane you can customize the settings for the traceroute test.

Scroll down the window. From the lower panes you can set the show command timeout, set the debug level, change the required diagnostic login type, and change the location of various system files. Figure 2 shows the lower panes of the Diagnostics Settings window.

Figure 2: Lower Panes of the Diagnostics Settings Window
Lower Panes of the Diagnostics
Settings Window

Report Groups

Select Application>Report Groups to display the Report Groups window. Figure 3 shows the Report Groups window.

Figure 3: Report Groups Window
Report Groups Window

Click Add Group. The Add Group dialog box is displayed. Enter a group name and description, and click Save. To duplicate a group, click Duplicate Group. To rename a group, click Rename Group. To change the number of groups displayed, click Options.

Remove Stale Interfaces, Tunnels, and Routers

Select Application>Remove Stale Interfaces to display a list of interfaces. Figure 4 shows the Administration window with the list of removable interfaces.

Figure 4: List of Removable Interfaces
List of Removable Interfaces

Select the interface you want to remove, and click Remove Interface. You are prompted to confirm the action.

The Remove Stale Tunnels and Remove Stale Routers lists work the same way.

Application Settings

Select Application>Application Settings to display the Application Settings dialog box. Figure 5 shows the Application Settings dialog box.

Figure 5: Application Settings Dialog Box
Application Settings Dialog Box

To set the maximum number of events fetched from the historical event browser, change the event history query size, and click Submit Changes.

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