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Misc Reports

 

The IP/MPLSView main window has a Configuration menu used to display network data, network reports, integrity checks, hardware inventory, equipment views, the configuration manager, and other miscellaneous reports.

To access Miscellaneous Reports, select Configuration > Misc Reports.

The Interface VLANs Assignment feature provides a list of the interfaces in the Live Network and the virtual LAN that each belongs to (if any). The data within the View VLANs page is derived from the IP/MPLSView interface map (intfmap) file. The intfmap file is created automatically when configuration files are collected and parsed.

Select Configuration > Misc Reports > Interface VLANs Assignment. Select the vlanid from the Select vlanid drop-down box, or type it directly into the text field to the right, to search for all the interfaces belonging to a particular VLAN. (See Figure 1.) Select None to see all interfaces that do not have any associated vlanid. Select All to see all interfaces in the network. If the vlanid for a particular entry says n/a (data not available), then that interface does not belong to a VLAN.

You can also search for all interfaces at a particular node by using the Filter by node name text field. This filter is case-sensitive and the full node name should be entered (no regular expressions).

Note

Both the Select vlanid and Filter by node name options always search from within all interfaces in the network.

Figure 1: View VLANs
View VLANs

As long as a collection of “config” and “interface” have been performed from the Task Manager using either CLI Collection, Autodiscovery, or Scheduling Live Network Collection, this data will be accessible.

The Tunnel Path Report feature provides reports about the tunnel status and tunnel path detail (for example, the “Record Route”) based on the same command used for the “tunnel path” collection method. The IP addresses are automatically resolved to the corresponding router and interface for convenience. To view this report, run the Scheduling Live Network Collection Task with config, Tunnel Path, and Transit Tunnel options selected. To access the report, select Configuration > Misc Reports > Tunnel Path Report. Figure 2 shows a tunnel path report.

Figure 2: Tunnel Path Report
Tunnel Path Report

The Find IP/Mac Address feature provides reports about IPs and MAC Addresses in the network. To view this report, run the Scheduling Live Network Collection Task with the config and ARP options selected. To access the report, select Configuration > Misc Reports > Find IP/Mac Address.

Figure 3: IP/Mac Address Report
IP/Mac Address Report

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