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SDG Host Logical and Physical Inventory Report

 

The SDG Host Logical and Physical Inventory report is a standardized report generated in Edge Services Director to show all managed service delivery gateway (SDG) devices that are visible to Edge Services Director. There are two portions of the report: a report header and the report body. The contents of the report header are found in Table 1.

Table 1: SDG Host Logical and Physical Inventory Report Header

Edge Services Director Report:

The type of report; In this case, the Device Inventory report.

Generated On:

The date and time the report ran. The date format is: [Day of the Month] [Month] [Year]. The time format follows the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). For example: 07 December 2012 11:35 PM PST

Generated By:

The username of the user that generated the report.

Report Name:

The name of the report assigned by the user when the report was created.

Scope

The report is generated from this view and node in the network.

  • Perspective—Can be Gateway view of the network.

  • Node—Represents the selected object that the report is based, such as All Network, SDG, or SDG groups.

Report Filters

The report specified these device and connection state filters.

Device TypeSupported device types are:
  • MX Series routers

  • All types of devices

Connection StateDevice connection states for filtering are:
  • Up

  • Down

  • N/A

  • All (connection states)

The body of the report comprises:

The following charts are displayed:

  • Host Connection Status Count—Shows the proportion of devices that are up or down. In this chart, Virtual Chassis count as one device. The possible connection states are:

    • UP—Device is connected to Edge Services Director.

    • DOWN—Device is not connected to Edge Services Director.

    • N/A—Device connection state is not available.

    The percentage of devices in each connection state is also displayed.

  • Host Managed Status Count—Shows the proportion of devices in each configuration state. See Table 2 for definitions of the configuration states. The percentage of devices in each configuration state is also displayed.

Table 2: Managed Status Pie Chart

Field

Description

In Sync

The configuration on the device is in sync with the Edge Services Director configuration for the device.

Out Of Sync

The configuration on the device does not match the Edge Services Director configuration for the device. This state is usually the result of the device configuration being altered outside of Edge Services Director.

You cannot deploy configuration on a device from Edge Services Director when the device is Out Of Sync. To resolve this state, use the Resynchronize Device Configuration task in Deploy mode.

Sync failed

An attempt to resynchronize an Out Of Sync device failed.

Synchronizing

The device configuration is in the process of being resynchronized.

N/A

The device is down or is an access point.

Following the pie chart, details are displayed in the SDG Host Details table.

Table 3 describes the fields under the SDG Host Details table

Table 3: Fields Under the SDG Host Details Table

Field

Description

Host Name

Hostname of the device.

Version

Software version the device is running.

IP Address

IP address configured for the device.

Device Family

Device family to which the device belongs. Hardware family such as Junos OS is displayed.

Platform

Model number of the device.

Connection Status

Device’s state:

  • UP—Edge Services Director can communicate with the device.

  • DOWN—Edge Services Director cannot communicate with the device.

Managed Status

Indicates whether the device’s configuration is in sync with Edge Services Director’s version:

  • Connecting—The device is being contacted to establish a connection.

  • In Sync—The configuration on the device is in sync with the Edge Services Director configuration for the device.

  • Out Of Sync—The configuration on the device does not match the Edge Services Director configuration for the device. This state is usually the result of the device configuration being altered outside of Edge Services Director.

    You cannot deploy configuration on a device when the device is Out Of Sync. To resolve this state, use the Resynchronize Device Configuration task in Deploy mode.

  • Synchronizing—The device configuration is in the process of being resynchronized.

  • Sync failed—An attempt to resynchronize an Out Of Sync device failed.

Service Gateway

Name of the service delivery gateway.

Service Gateway Group

Name of the group to which the SDG is assigned.

Deployment

Indicates whether the SDG is part of a high availability (HA) pair of devices.

Table 4 describes the fields under the Hardware table.

Table 4: Fields Under the Hardware Table

Field

Description

Module

Name of the SDG and the platform type, such as MX240 or MX480. Click the plus sign (+) to expand the tree to display the components of the device, such as chassis, PIC, CPU, and PIC parameters. Information about the chassis, midplane, craft interface (FPM), power midplane (PMP), Power Supply Modules (PSMs), Power Distribution Modules (PDMs), Routing Engines, Control Boards (CBs) and Switch Processor Mezzanine Boards (SPMBs), Switch Fabric Boards (SFBs), Flexible PIC Concentrators (FPCs), PICs, adapter cards (ADCs) and fan trays is displayed.

Model Number

Model number of the FRU hardware component.

Model

Model of the FRU component.

Part Number

Part number of the chassis component.

Serial Number

Serial number of the chassis component. The serial number of the backplane is also the serial number of the router chassis. Use this serial number when you need to contact Juniper Networks Customer Support about the router or switch chassis.

Description

Brief description of the hardware item:

  • Type of power supply.

  • Type of PIC. If the PIC type is not supported on the current software release, the output states Hardware Not Supported.

  • Type of FPC: FPC Type 1, FPC Type 2, FPC Type 3, FPC Type 4 , or FPC TypeOC192.

    On EX Series switches, a brief description of the FPC.

    On the J Series routers, the FPC type corresponds to the Physical Interface Module (PIM). The following list shows the PIM abbreviation in the output and the corresponding PIM name.

    • 2x FE—Either two built-in Fast Ethernet interfaces (fixed PIM) or dual-port Fast Ethernet PIM

    • 4x FE—4-port Fast Ethernet ePIM

    • 1x GE Copper—Copper Gigabit Ethernet ePIM (one 10-Mbps, 100-Mbps, or 1000-Mbps port)

    • 1x GE SFP—SFP Gigabit Ethernet ePIM (one fiber port)

    • 4x GE Base PIC—Four built-in Gigabit Ethernet ports on a J4350 or J6350 chassis (fixed PIM)

    • 2x Serial—Dual-port serial PIM

    • 2x T1—Dual-port T1 PIM

    • 2x E1—Dual-port E1 PIM

    • 2x CT1E1—Dual-port channelized T1/E1 PIM

    • 1x T3—T3 PIM (one port)

    • 1x E3—E3 PIM (one port)

    • 4x BRI S/T—4-port ISDN BRI S/T PIM

    • 4x BRI U—4-port ISDN BRI U PIM

    • 1x ADSL Annex A—ADSL 2/2+ Annex A PIM (one port, for POTS)

    • 1x ADSL Annex B—ADSL 2/2+ Annex B PIM (one port, for ISDN)

    • 2x SHDSL (ATM)—G SHDSL PIM (2-port two-wire module or 1-port four-wire module)

    • 1x TGM550—TGM550 Telephony Gateway Module (Avaya VoIP gateway module with one console port, two analog LINE ports, and two analog TRUNK ports)

    • 1x DS1 TIM510—TIM510 E1/T1 Telephony Interface Module (Avaya VoIP media module with one E1 or T1 trunk termination port and ISDN PRI backup)

    • 4x FXS, 4xFX0, TIM514—TIM514 Analog Telephony Interface Module (Avaya VoIP media module with four analog LINE ports and four analog TRUNK ports)

    • 4x BRI TIM521—TIM521 BRI Telephony Interface Module (Avaya VoIP media module with four ISDN BRI ports)

    • Crypto Accelerator Module—For enhanced performance of cryptographic algorithms used in IP Security (IPsec) services

  • MPC M 16x 10GE—16-port 10-Gigabit Module Port Concentrator that supports SFP+ optical transceivers. (Not on EX Series switches.)

  • For hosts, the Routing Engine type.

  • For small form-factor pluggable transceiver (SFP) modules, the type of fiber: LX, SX, LH, or T.

  • LCD description for EX Series switches (except EX2200 switches).

  • MPC2—1-port MPC2 that supports two separate slots for MICs.

  • MPC3E—1-port MPC3E that supports two separate slots for MICs (MIC-3D-1X100GE-CFP and MIC-3D-20GE-SFP) on MX960, MX480, and MX240 routers. The MPC3E maps one MIC to one PIC (1 MIC, 1 PIC), which differs from the mapping of legacy MPCs.

  • 100GBASE-LR4, pluggable CFP optics

  • Supports the Enhanced MX Switch Control Board with fabric redundancy and existing SCBs without fabric redundancy.

  • Interoperates with existing MX Series line cards, including Flexible Port Concentrators (FPC), Dense Port Concentrators (DPCs), and Modular Port Concentrators (MPCs).

  • MPC4E—Fixed configuration MPC4E that is available in two flavors: MPC4E-3D-32XGE-SFPP and MPC4E-3D-2CGE-8XGE on MX2020, MX960, MX480, and MX240 routers.

  • LCD description for MX Series routers

Table 5 describes the fields under the Interface table.

Table 5: Fields Under the Interface Table

Field

Description

Host Name

Hostname of the SDG.

Physical Interface Name

Name of the physical interface.

IP Address

IP address configured on the interface.

MAC Address

MAC address configured on the interface

Operation Status

Operational status of the physical interface: Up, Down.

Admin Status

Administrative state of the interface: Enabled or Disabled. If the interface is disabled, it can provide network connectivity, but it cannot provide power to connected devices.

Link Level Type

Encapsulation type configured on the interface.

Link Type

Data transmission type.

Speed

Speed at which the interface is running.

MTU

Maximum transmission unit size on the physical interface.

Description

Configured textual description of the interface.