Viewing Service Details of a CSD-Topology for Monitoring and Troubleshooting Service Parameters
You can view the consolidated and cumulative information pertaining to a service to examine and diagnose the deployment and fault statuses for debugging and corrective action. The overall information pertaining to the service that you can obtain from the Topology View enables you to navigate to the appropriate device or service settings page and modify the configuration parameters appropriately.
You can view the details of all the services configured for devices on a topology map that are managed by the CSD-Topology. This information display of service attributes is especially helpful if devices that are managed by the CSD-Topology are also added to the Connectivity Services Director database for administration and monitoring. You can view the topology map based on the services and other filter conditions, such as their deployment states, functional audit statuses, or customer name. E-Line, E-LAN, and IP services defined on devices can be viewed.
To view details of services on a topology map:
- 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.
- 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 on the upper portion of the page. A table with details of devices, services, links, and LSPs is displayed on the lower portion of the page.
- Select the Services tab on the lower portion
of the page.
For columns in the table that contain an empty text field displayed at the top of the table on each tab, you can enter the search criterion that you want to use for that particular column or parameter to sort and classify the display of values in the table. For parameters that you can enable or disable, you can select or clear the check boxes respectively. The page is refreshed to display the devices that match the specified criterion. The search criteria that you have entered are displayed above the first row of the table. You can click Clear All displayed beside each of the search terms to remove the previously defined search terms.
Name—Name of the service configured for a device. Click in the first cell in the Name column to enter the service name that you want to use as the filter for viewing the services.
Service Type—Type of service, such as E-Line, IP, or E-LAN. Click in the first cell in the Service Type column to select the type of service from the displayed drop-down menu that you want to use as the filter for viewing the services.
Customer Name—Name of the customer associated with the service. Click in the first cell in the Customer Name column to enter the customer name that you want to use as the filter for viewing the services.
Topology Type—Design of the network, such as a point-to-point topology, point-to-multipoint or hub-and-spoke format, and multipoint-to-multipoint or full-mesh format. Click in the first cell in the Topology Type column to select the type of topology from the displayed drop-down menu that you want to use as the filter for viewing the services. The following options are displayed on the drop-down menu:
POINT2POINT—Point-to-point topology type
POINT2MULTIPOINT—Point-to-multipoint topology type
MULTIPOINT2MULTIPOINT—Multipoint-to-multipoint topology type for E-LAN services
FULLMESH—Full-mesh topology type for IP services
HUBSPOKE1INTF—Hub-and-spoke topology type with one interface
HUBSPOKE2INTF—Hub-and-spoke topology type with two interfaces
Deployment State—Status of deployment, such as whether the deployment is successful, failed, or pending. Click in the first cell in the Deployment State column to select the deployment status from the displayed drop-down menu that you want to use as the filter for viewing the services. The following values are displayed on the drop-down menu:
Deployed—The service is deployed and is in an active state (enabled) or inactive state (disabled).
Deployment-Pending—The service has not yet been deployed.
Failed Deploy—Attempt to modify the service failed.
Fault Status—Fault management status of the service, such as whether a service fault is active on a device (red bell icon) or the service fault that was generated for the device has been cleared (green bell icon)
FA Status—Whether the link is active (up) or inactive (down). Click in the first cell under the FA Status column to select the functional audit status from the displayed drop-down menu that you want to use as the filter for viewing the services. The following values are displayed on the drop-down menu:
Pending—Functional audit operation is pending to be performed for the service.
Failed—Functional audit operation has failed for the service.
Up—Functional audit completed successfully for the service.
Last Updated Date—Date and time that the information for the service was last modified