About Chassis View
You can view a high-level, graphical representation of the chassis. It indicates the state of the interfaces. When the administrative and operational status of the interface is up, it is displayed in green. If the administrative status is down, the interface is displayed in grey. And, if the administrative status is up and operational status is down, the interface is displayed in red. The image is a replica of the device. If you are connected to a virtual chassis, the image includes all the member switches of the virtual chassis. The chassis view also displays a count of alarms generated in the system; major alarms are displayed in red, and minor alarms in orange.
The purpose of the view is to try and provide a comprehensive monitoring view of the health and status of deployed devices across the network. In this view all the managed devices are shown with their appropriate status and health based on the services and device settings applied. This view helps the operator to know the health and status across the network, it provides with the operator to quickly see the macro level information, which allows the operator to further analyze the information provided and quickly navigate to individual devices and take any further corrective measure required. It provides a cohesive tool for the operator to quickly see the micro-level information and take any further remediation action required.
To view a pictorial representation of a device chassis and the configured components, such as interfaces, line cards, and hardware elements, select a managed device listed in the My Network tree in Device View of Build mode of the Connectivity Services Director GUI, and select Device Management > View Physical Inventory from the tasks pane. The right pane displays the device image and the corresponding description of the view selected in a tabular manner. The chassis view is displayed. The hardware and line module details are displayed with a pictorial view of the slots of the devices and the modules installed in these slots. The device image can be rotated to view the front, rear, top, bottom, right and left planes of the device by clicking the respective arrow buttons on the page. The View Front icon and the View Back icon are denoted by a square icon with downward and upward arrows in the square. The View Front and View Back icons are toggle buttons. The device image can be rotated in various orientation along 360 degree. You can use the navigation options for rotating devices to view different planes on the device and the components installed on each plane. The front view displays the components installed and the interfaces configured on the device. Click Refresh to update the contents of the page.