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Displaying Threshold Crossing Alerts

 

Displaying Data Triggered Threshold Crossing Alerts

To display data-triggered threshold crossing alerts:

  1. Select Fault > Live Event Browser.

    The Live Event View window is displayed.

  2. From the Live Event View pane, select an event with a PingStats Element Type and right-click to display a list of applicable actions. Figure 1 shows the actions menu.
    Figure 1: Live Event View
    Live Event View
  3. Select Show Ping Chart.

    The Historical Device Performance Chart is displayed, showing the ping values from the source device. In the chart, the linear colors represent the following, in milliseconds, for each data point time:

    • Yellow—PingAvg. Average ping time.

    • Blue—PingLossPercent. Percentage of lost pings.

    • Red—PingMax. Maximum ping time.

    • Green—PingMin. Minimum ping time.

  4. Mouse over a data point in the chart to display a pop-up pane that shows the time and traffic value. Figure 2 shows an example ping chart. The bottom pane lists the ping values for each data point time.
    Figure 2: Historical Device Performance Charts
    Historical Device Performance
Charts

Displaying Interface Traffic Threshold Crossing Alerts

To display interface traffic threshold crossing alerts:

  1. Select Fault > Live Event Browser.

    The Live Event View window is displayed.

  2. From the Live Event View window, select an event with an Interface Element Type and right-click to display a list of applicable actions. Figure 3 shows the actions menu.
    Figure 3: Interface Traffic Chart
    Interface Traffic Chart
  3. Select Show Interface Traffic Chart.

    The Traffic Chart is displayed, showing the traffic values from the source device. Figure 3 shows the traffic chart. In the upper pane, the linear colors in the chart represent the following in bits per second, measured in units of millions (M) or thousands (K) for each data point time:

    • Ingress Traffic—Traffic originating from outside of the network and directed to a destination inside of the host network.

    • Egress Traffic—Traffic directed to an external network that originated from inside the host network.

  4. Mouse over a data point in the chart to display a pop-up pane that shows the time and traffic value. The bottom pane lists the traffic values for each data point time.

Displaying LSP Tunnel Traffic Threshold Crossing Alerts

To display tunnel traffic threshold crossing alerts:

  1. Select Fault > Live Event Browser.

    The Live Event View window is displayed.

  2. From the Live Event View window, select an event with a Tunnel Element Type and right-click to display a list of applicable actions. Figure 4 shows the actions menu.
    Figure 4: Tunnel Traffic Chart
    Tunnel Traffic Chart
  3. Select Show Tunnel Traffic Chart.

    The Traffic Chart is displayed, showing the traffic values from the source device. Figure 4 shows the traffic chart. In the upper pane, the linear colors in the chart represent the following in bits per second, measured in units of millions (M) or thousands (K) for each data point time:

    • Ingress Traffic—Traffic originating from outside of the network and directed to a destination inside of the host network.

    • Egress Traffic—Traffic directed to an external network that originated from inside the host network.

  4. Mouse over a data point in the chart to display a pop-up pane that shows the time and traffic value. The bottom pane lists the traffic values for each data point time.

Displaying Tunnel Events

To display tunnel events:

  1. Select Fault > Live Event Browser.

    The Live Event View window is displayed.

  2. From the Live Event View window, select an event with a Tunnel Element Type and right-click to display a list of applicable actions.
  3. Select Show Tunnel Events.

    The Tunnel Event Viewer is displayed, showing the LSP tunnels in the left pane and tunnel status (up, down, or unknown). Figure 5 shows the Tunnel Events Viewer window.

    Figure 5: Tunnel Events Viewer
    Tunnel Events Viewer
  4. Select a path from the LSP Tunnels list. The recorded route is displayed in the right pane.
  5. Select an item from the right pane. The bottom pane lists the tunnel values for the selected path.