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Network Information Pane Overview

 

Network information is displayed in the pane at the bottom of the Topology view, below the topology map. An example of the table is shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1: Network Information Pane
Network Information
Pane

Tabs appear across the top of the Network Information table. Select tabs to display detailed information in table form about nodes, links, tunnels, shared risk link groups (SRLGs), interfaces, or maintenance events. The columns of information change according to the tab you select (Node, Link, Tunnel, SRLG, Interface, Maintenance). Within the tables, each row represents an element. The element information can be rearranged and, in some cases, added to, filtered, modified, or deleted. When you select an element in the Network Information table, the corresponding element is selected in the topology map.

On any element, you can right-click for options relevant to that element. For example, if you right-click on a tunnel, you have the options shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2: Right-Click Options Example
Right-Click Options Example

The Node, Link, and Tunnel tabs are always displayed. The SRLG, Interface, and Maintenance tabs are optionally displayed. Click the + sign in the tabs heading bar to add a tab as shown in Figure 3.

Figure 3: Adding a Tab to the Network Information Table
Adding a Tab to
the Network Information Table

Click the X beside any optionally displayed tab heading to remove the tab from the display.