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    Viewing Topology Map Service Details in a Pop-Up Dialog Box

    In the Topology View of Build mode, the upper portion of the page shows the topology map, which is the main display area. In this area, you can click or right-click the dotted connecting links, which represent the services configured across devices, to view the service details. The pop-up menu is accessed by double-clicking a group in the center pane that shows the topology map. Mouse over a service on the map to display a pop-up menu for that service.

    The topology map enables you to obtain a comprehensive view of services configured on devices in the entire network. Because you can narrow down to a specific service that is of relevance to you in the topology map, you can easily view important configuration specifications of a service, such as the type of service, the customer with which the service is associated, whether the service is successfully deployed or is pending deployment, and whether the service is in the requested, scheduled, or pending status. Such salient service-specific details enable you to obtain a comprehensive view of the health of services, and navigate to the Service View in Deploy mode to modify the service settings for debugging and corrective action.

    Note: Right-clicking the map area displays a pop-up menu for more functions. You can move the map by holding down and dragging the left mouse button. You can zoom in and out by using the mouse scroll wheel. Double-click an element icon to collapse the devices or network elements and view the entire site or zone as an icon.

    Mouse over the dotted lines that denote the services configured across different endpoints on the topology map and click the service to display a menu. The following fields are displayed in the pop-up dialog box when you mouse over the service:

    • Name—Name of the configured service

    • Customer Name—Name of the customer for which the service is configured

    • Service Type—Type of the configured service, such as ELINE Martini, L3VPN, or VPLS

    • Service State—State of the service, such as whether the service is deployed or not

    • Service Status—Status of the service, such as whether the service is in requested, scheduled, or pending status

    • View Details—Detailed information about the selected service. Click the link in View Details to open a pop-up dialog box that displays these details.

    To view service details in a pop-up dialog box:

    1. From the Junos Space user interface, click the Build icon on the Connectivity Services Director banner.

      The workspaces that are applicable to Build mode are displayed on the Tasks pane.

    2. From the View selector, select Topology View.

      The topology map of the sites or zones and the devices configured in each zone using the CSD-Topology is displayed.

    3. Select the Services tab on the lower portion of the page.

      The configured service details are displayed in a table.

    4. Select the check box beside the services that you want to view on the topology map.

      The selected services are displayed as different dotted color-coded lines on the map.

    5. In the graphical representation of the topology displayed on the upper portion of the page, select the service by clicking the dotted lines or right-clicking the dotted lines for which you want to view details.

      The service is highlighted and displayed as a colored dotted line.

    6. Click the View Details link from the shortcut menu.

      The Service Details pop-up dialog box is displayed on the right pane.

      The service details are displayed in a table as follows:

      • Customer Name—Name of the customer for which the service is configured

      • Service Type—Type of the configured service, such as ELINE Martini, L3VPN, or VPLS

      • Service State—State of the service, such as whether the service is deployed or not

      • Service Status—Status of the service, such as whether the service is in requested, scheduled, or pending status

    7. Click the Close icon at the top-right corner of the pop-up dialog box to return to the topology map.

    Modified: 2016-08-29