Viewing Tunnel-Related Reports
The following lists and describes the tunnel-related reports accessible from the Report Manager (Report > Report Manager).
Tunnel Path & Diversity
Displays each of the tunnel’s requirements and routed path specification.
Tunnel Route Cost
Displays the calculated cost for each tunnel in the network based on the sum of the link costs.
Demand Traffic on Tunnel
Displays the values of the reserved tunnel bandwidth verses the flow bandwidth and their difference ratio.
This report has to do with multiple-period traffic load on the tunnels.
This report breaks up each tunnel into each interface segment of the tunnel path.
Tunnel RSVP BW on Link
Tunnel RSVP BW on Node Pair
Tunnel Traffic vs Interface Traffic
Compares aggregate tunnel traffic load versus the measured interface traffic.
This report breaks up the link bandwidth into partitions (RSVP and GB=Guaranteed Bandwidth, GlobalPool and SubPool, or CT partitions for DiffServ-TE) and shows the tunnel bandwidth for each partition.
Measured Link Util (based on T_trafficload)
Per Node Pair (Measured)
In the live network mode, this report provides the aggregate tunnel traffic load on the link.
Per Node Pair (Measured): In the live network mode, this report provides the aggregate tunnel traffic load on the node pair.
Peak Tunnel Traffic on Links
Found under Tunnel Layer Simulation Reports > Tunnel Layer Network Statistics, This report is only useful after having run a failure simulation on the network. Displays the peak utilization of the links that is reserved by tunnels.
Tunnel Layer Group
Planned Tunnel RSVP BW Per Node
Found under Tunnel Layer Network Reports > Node, this report provides information on local, non-local and transit tunnels at each node. A local tunnel is one that starts and ends at itself, and a non-local tunnel is one that originates or terminates at the node.
Measured Tunnel Traffic Per Node
Found under Tunnel Layer Network Reports > Node, this report provides measured inbound and outbound traffic per node.