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Viewing and Exporting Device Inventory Details in Security Director

 

You can manage the device inventory from the Security Devices page. The device inventory is synchronized with the Junos Space database after the device is discovered. The device is resynchronized with Junos Space every time there is a change on the device (if Junos Space is the System of Record) or if you trigger a manual resynchronization. When the device is synchronized, the device inventory in the Junos Space database matches the inventory on the device.

To view and export device inventory details:

  1. Select Devices > Security Devices.

    The Security Devices page appears.

  2. Select one or more devices. From the More or right-click menu, select View Inventory Details.

    The inventory details for the devices that you selected are displayed on a new page with three tabs: Physical Inventory, Physical Interfaces, and Logical Interfaces. The Physical Inventory tab is selected by default. Table 1 displays the fields on the Physical Inventory tab.

  3. Click the export icon on the Physical Inventory tab to export the physical inventory details.

    The Job Details: Export Physical Inventory page appears, displaying details of the job. When the job completes, click the Download link to download the inventory details.

    Click OK to close the Job Details page.

  4. Click the Physical Interfaces tab to view the inventory details for the physical interfaces on the devices. Table 2 displays the fields on the Physical Interfaces tab.
  5. Click the export icon on the Physical Interfaces tab to export the physical interface details.

    The Job Details: Export Physical Interface page appears, displaying details of the job. When the job completes, click the Download link to download the interface details.

    Click OK to close the Job Details page.

  6. Click the Logical Interfaces tab to view the inventory details for the logical interfaces on the devices. Table 3 displays the fields on the Logical Interfaces tab.
  7. Click the export icon on the Logical Interfaces tab to export the logical interface details.

    The Job Details: Export Logical Interface page appears, displaying details of the job. When the job completes, click the Download link to download the interface details.

    Click OK to close the Job Details page.

Table 1: Physical Inventory Tab Fields

Field

Description

Module

Type of module on the device.

Device Name

Name of the device.

Model Number

Model number of the device component.

Model

Model of the device.

Part Number

Part number of the device.

Vendor Part Number

Part number of the optical module installed on the device.

Vendor Material Number

Material number of the optical module installed on the device.

Revision

Revision number of the device.

Serial Number

Serial number of the device component.

Status

Status of the component: Online or Offline. The status is updated during periodic resynchronization of configuration information and on notification.

Domain

Domain to which the device is assigned.

Description

Description of the component.

Table 2: Physical Interfaces Tab Fields

Field

Description

Device Name

Name of the device.

Physical Interface Name

Standard information about the interface, in the format type-/fpc/pic/port, where type is the media type that identifies the network device; for example, ge-0/0/6.

IP Address

IPv4 address of the interface.

IPv6 address

IPv6 address of the interface, if configured.

Logical Interfaces

Link to the table of logical interfaces for the device.

Click View to view the logical interfaces for the corresponding physical interface.

MAC Address

MAC address of the device.

Operational Status

Operational status of the interface: up or down.

Admin Status

Admin status of the interface: up or down.

Link Level Type

Link level type of the physical interface.

Link Type

Physical interface link type: full duplex or half duplex.

Speed

Speed (in MBps) at which the data transfer occurs in the interface.

MTU

Maximum transmission unit size (in bytes) on the physical interface.

Description

An optional description for this interface configured on the device. It can be any text string of 512 or fewer characters. Any longer string is truncated to 512. If no description was configured, this field is blank.

Domain

Domain to which the device is assigned.

Table 3: Logical Interfaces Tab Fields

Field

Description

Device Name

Name of the device.

Interface Name

Standard information about the interface, in the format type- /fpc/pic/port.logical interface, where type is the media type that identifies the network device; for example, ge-0/0/6.135.

IP Address

IP address for the logical interface.

IPv6 Address

IPv6 address for the interface, if configured.

Encapsulation

Encapsulation type used on the logical interface.

VLAN

VLAN ID for the logical interface.

Description

An optional description for this interface configured on the device. It can be any text string of 512 or fewer characters. Any longer string is truncated to 512. If no description was configured, this field is blank.

Domain

Domain to which the device is assigned.