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Node Menu Protocol Status

 

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

Figure 1: Protocol Status Menu
Protocol Status Menu

In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Protocol Status>BGP Neighbors at Node. The BGP Neighbors at Node window is displayed. Figure 2 shows the BGP Neighbors at Node window.

Figure 2: Protocol Status BGP Neighbors Window
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Status BGP Neighbors Window

Table 1 describes the BGP Neighbors at Node table columns.

Table 1: BGP Neighbors at Node Table Columns

Column Name

Description

Name

Name of the node that is a BGP speaker. If the node is a logical system configured on a physical device, the logical system name is displayed in parentheses.

AS

Autonomous system number of the node.

Interface

Interface used to establish the neighbor peer session.

Neighbor Node

Name of the node that is the BGP neighbor peer.

Neighbor AS

Autonomous system number of the node that is the BGP neighbor peer.

Neighbor Address

IP address of the node that is the BGP neighbor peer.

Group

The name of the peer group, if applicable.

The BGP group is configured under [edit protocols bgp group ibgp_peers] on Juniper devices.

In Policy

All policies that are applied to incoming routes from the neighbor.

Out Policy

All policies that are applied to outgoing routes from the node.

Address Family

The protocol address families supported on the router and configured on the interface (inet, inet-vpn, L2vpn, BGP-LU, ipv6).

Status

The state of the BGP peer relationship. Established is the key state which indicates peers are operationally up and BGP route updates are exchanged. BGP Peering Operation Status is Up only if peering state is established. Any other peering state collected (idle, connect, active, opensent, or openconfirm) implies BGP Peering Operational Status is Down.

BGPPeerFsmEstablishedTime

How long this peer has been in the established state or how long since this peer was last in the established state. It is set to zero when a new peer is configured or the router is booted.

Last Updated

The time the information was last updated.

In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Protocol Status>OSPF Neighbors at Node. The OSPF Neighbors at Node window is displayed. Figure 3 shows the OSPF Neighbors at Node window.

Figure 3: Protocol Status OSPF Neighbors Window
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Status OSPF Neighbors Window

Table 2 describes the OSPF Neighbors at Node table columns.

Table 2: OSPF Neighbors at Node Table Columns

Column Name

Description

Node A

Name of the node.

RouterID_A

OSPF router ID of the node.

Interface_A

Interface used to establish the OSPF neighbor adjacency.

IP_A

IP address of node A used to establish the OSPF neighbor adjacency.

Node_Z

Name of the node that is the OSPF neighbor.

RouterID_Z

OSPF router ID of the neighbor node.

Interface_Z

Interface on the neighbor node used to establish the OSPF neighbor adjacency.

IP_Z

IP address of the neighbor node used to establish the OSPF neighbor adjacency.

Priority

The OSPF priority used to determine which router is selected as the designated router (DR) or backup designated router (BDR) of the area.

State

The state of the OSPF neighbor adjacency (down, attempt, init, twoWay, exchangeStart, exchange, loading, full, or unknown).

Last Updated

The time the information was last updated.

In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Protocol Status>ISIS Adjacencies at Node. The ISIS Adjacencies at Node window is displayed. Figure 4 shows the ISIS Adjacencies at Node window.

Figure 4: Protocol Status ISIS Adjacencies Window
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Status ISIS Adjacencies Window

Table 3 describes the ISIS Adjacencies at Node table columns.

Table 3: ISIS Adjacencies at Node Table Columns

Column Name

Description

Node A

Name of the node.

SysIdA

IS-IS system ID of the node.

Interface_A

Interface used to establish the IS-IS neighbor adjacency.

IP_A

IP address used to establish the IS-IS neighbor adjacency.

Node Z

Name of the node that is the ISIS neighbor.

SysIdZ

IS-IS system ID of the neighbor node.

Interface_Z

Interface on the neighbor node used to establish the ISIS neighbor adjacency.

IP_Z

IP address of the neighbor node used to establish the ISIS neighbor adjacency.

Priority

The IS-IS priority used to determine the designated router on a broadcast network.

State

The state of the IS-IS neighbor adjacency (up, down, initializing, failed, or unknown).

Type

Adjacency type (L1, L2, or L12).

Last Updated

The time the information was last updated.

In the IP/MPLSView main window, select a node in the map, right-click, and select Protocol Status>Tunnels at Node. The Tunnels at Node window is displayed. Figure 5 shows the Tunnels at Node window.

Figure 5: Protocol Status Tunnels at Node Window
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Status Tunnels at Node Window

Table 4 describes the Tunnels at Node table columns.

Table 4: Tunnels at Node Table Columns

Column Name

Description

Name

Name of the tunnel.

Node A

Name of node A at one end of the tunnel.

IP_A

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

Node Z

Name of node Z at one end of the tunnel.

IP_Z

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

Role

The MPLS-TE tunnel role (head, transit, tail, or headTail).

Admin Status

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

Oper Status

The operational status of the tunnel. (up, down, testing, unknown, dormant, notpresent, or lowerLayerDown)

Tunnel Up Time

The elapsed time since the tunnel came up.

Last Updated

The time the information was last updated.