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    Viewing the Node List

    Junos Space Network Management Platform is monitored by default using the built-in SNMP manager. The Junos Space Network Management Platform node is listed in the node list, and referred to hereafter as the Junos Space Network Management Platform node.

    Select Network Monitoring > Node List. The Node List page appears. This page displays a list of your nodes and enables you to drill down into each of them.

    From the Node List page, you can also access the Resync Nodes subtask (see Resynchronizing Nodes in Network Monitoring).

    The Node List page displays a list of all the nodes in your network. You can also display the interfaces for each node. The top level of the Node List page displays only the hostname of each node. Click the hostname of a node to see the following information:

    • SNMP Attributes
    • Information about the protocols enabled; for example, IS-IS Information
    • Availability
    • Node Interfaces—IP Interfaces and, if applicable, physical Interfaces

      Note: IPv6 MIBs are supported only on Junos OS Release 13.2 and later. Therefore, if the version of Junos OS running on a device is Release 13.1 or earlier, the following are applicable:

      • The ifIndex parameter is not displayed for IPv6 interfaces.
      • Only the IPv6 address used by Junos Space Platform to manage the device is displayed; other interfaces that are configured with IPv6 addresses are not displayed.
      • When the device is discovered by using the IPv4 address, the IPv6 interfaces are not displayed.
    • General—Status of the node and detailed information about the node.

      Click the View Node Link Detailed Info hyperlink to view the following information discovered by the EnhancedLinkd daemon:

      • Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) remote table links
      • IS-IS adjacent table links
      • OSPF neighbor links

      Note: If the EnhancedLinkd daemon does not discover links for a protocol, no information is displayed for that protocol.

    • Surveillance Category Memberships
    • Notifications
    • Recent Events
    • Recent Outages

    Each of these items has links that enable you to drill deeper into the corresponding aspect of the node’s performance.

    For each node, you can also view events, alarms, outages and asset information; and rescan, access the admin options, and schedule outages.

    Modified: 2015-08-14