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Viewing Topology Map LSP 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 connecting lines, which represent the label-switched paths (LSPs) configured over pseudowire links, that transmit traffic between devices, to view the LSP details. Mouse over an LSP on the map to display a pop-up menu for that LSP.

For a specific zone and a set of devices in that zone, you can view the links and LSPs connecting the devices. When you view the LSP details, the link details are also displayed. You can determine the path type of the LSP—primary or backup. You can then decide whether you want to automatically configure a tunnel to have its secondary or standby paths diverse from its primary path. You can also design two different tunnels to have diverse primary paths, and set the primary and backup paths to perform explicit routing or dynamic routing. You can also verify the type of LSP—CSD-Topology managed (Delegated) LSP, path computation element protocol (PCEP) initiated LSP, or path computation client (PCC) or router initiated LSP—and change the type of delegation to be performed for the LSP.


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 an LSP and click the link to display a menu. When you mouse over an LSP, the name of the LSP is displayed on a pop-up menu. The following fields are displayed in the pop-up dialog box when you mouse over the LSP:

  • Name—Name of the configured LSP. The names of all LSPs configured for a particular link are displayed.

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

To view LSP 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 LSPs tab on the lower portion of the page.

    The configured LSP details are displayed in a table.

  4. Select the check boxes beside the LSPs that you want to view on the topology map.

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

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

    The LSP is highlighted and displayed as a colored line.

  6. Click the View Details link from the pop-up menu.

    The LSP Details and Link Details pop-up dialog boxes are displayed on the right pane.

    The LSP details are displayed in a table as follows:

    • Name—Name of the configured LSP on the specific link

    • Status—Whether the LSP is active (up) or inactive (down)

    • Path Type—Whether the path is a primary path (explicit or dynamic) or a secondary path (explicit or dynamic)

    • Control Type—Whether the LSP is router-controlled or PCC-initiated, CSD-Topology-initiated or PCEP-initiated, or CSD-Topology managed or delegated LSP

    The link details are displayed in a table as follows:

    • End A Device—Node ID of the LSP head end

    • End B Device—Node ID of the LSP tail end

    • End A IP—IP address of the LSP head end

    • End B IP—IP address of the LSP tail end

    • Operational Status—Specifies whether the link is active (up) or inactive (down)

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