View Device Statistics and Inventory information
You can use the Device-Name page to view statistics, inventory and the configuration templates assigned to the device.
To access this page:
- Select Configuration > Devices.
The Device page appears.
- Click a device in the Device Name column of the Devices
The Device-Name appears displaying the Overview, Inventory, and Configuration Template tabs.
View Device Statistics
To view the device statistics, click the Overview tab on the Device-Name page to view information about the device. The overview tab displays the Chassis View and the widgets listed in Table 2.
You can view the following information on the Overview tab of the <device-name> page:
The Chassis View, present at the top of the Overview tab, displays the device ports as icons. Hover over the ports icon to view the details, such as input and output bandwidth, port mode, negotiated speed, input and output errors, and admin status of the port.
For a Virtual Chassis, Chassis Cluster, or dual Routing Engine, the member devices are listed on the left side of the chassis view. Clicking the member devices displays the ports of the member device.
You cannot view the chassis view for a Cisco-IOS XR device.
At the top of the Chassis view, system meters are provided to display data about functioning of the device components such as CPU, memory, storage and fan. If data is not collected for the system meters (for example, due to issue with telemetry manager service), dummy data is displayed.
Table 1 lists the system meters present on the top right-corner of the Chassis View.
Table 1: Widgets on the Overview Tab
Displays the percentage of CPU utilized and that is idle in the device
Memory (in %) utilized in the device.
Storage space (in %) allocated to the logical partitions of the device (
Note: The data displayed for storage is dummy data for all devices.
Details of fans present in the device.
Temperature of the FPCs in the device.
The widgets display information related to port status, general device details, alarms, and resource utilization.
Table 2 describes the widgets on the Overview tab.
Table 2: Widgets on the Overview Tab
Port Count by Status
Graphical representation (Donut chart) of the port status.
Hover over the chart to view the number and percentage of ports that are up and down.
Click the More Details link (at the bottom, right-corner of the widget) to view the hardware and the interface details on the Inventory tab of the Device-Name page.
Lists the major, minor, and normal alarms generated recently on the device. Click the Show All link (at the top, right-corner of the widget) to view information about alarms generated during the past 1 hour, 8 hours, 1 day, 1 week, and 1 month.
Click the View all alarms link to view the alarms on the Alarms page.
Displays general details such as serial number, device platform, device family, OS version, management status, and configuration status of the device.
Graphical representation of memory and CPU utilized in the device for the selected time period (past 1 hour, 8 hours, 1 day, 1 week, and 1 month).
Note: Resource utilization widget is not displayed for Cisco IOS XR devices.
You can perform the following actions from the Overview tab:
View only specific widgets—Click the More Options icon (vertical ellipses) on the right side of the page. Select the check boxes corresponding to the widgets that you want to view.
Only the widgets that you selected appear on the Overview tab.
Refresh data on the widgets—To obtain the most current device data and statistics, click the Refresh icon (circular arrow) on the right side of the page.
The data on the widgets is refreshed.
View Device Inventory
To view inventory of a device, click the Inventory tab on the <Device-Name> page. A device inventory comprises hardware components (Chassis, FPC, PIC, and Interfaces) and software components (Licenses, Features, and Software).
Paragon Automation displays the inventory of a device containing data retrieved from the device during discovery and resynchronization operations. This inventory includes the number of available slots, power supplies, chassis cards, fans, part numbers, and so on. Sorting is disabled on the Chassis tab to preserve the natural slot order of the devices.
Paragon Automation displays the inventory information for primary and the member devices for dual Routing Engines, Chassis Clusters, and Virtual Chassis.
For Juniper Networks devices, the inventory is synchronized whenever a change in the components is indicated in the device syslog.
For Cisco-IOS XR devices, you must manually synchronize to retrieve the latest inventory information.
The inventory tab displays the following information:
Chassis—View the hierarchical list of all the hardware components present on the chassis, and the associated physical interfaces and logical interfaces. Table 3 describes the fields displayed on the Chassis tab.
Interfaces—View details of the interfaces present on the chassis, line card, FPC, and MICs. Table 4 describes the fields displayed on this tab.
You can perform the following functions on this tab:
Change the administration status of an interface by selecting the interface and clicking More > Change Admin Status.
A message indicating the change in the admin status is initiated is displayed along with the job ID. Click the link job ID link to view the progress of the job on the Jobs page (Monitoring > Jobs). The admin status is changed after the job completes successfully.
View the following details of an interface, as widgets, by clicking on the interface link:
General details, such as the port name, IP address, admin status, link status, and so on of the interface.
Bandwidth consumed by the interface for the previous 1 hour, 8 hours, 1 day, 1 week, and 1 month.
Errors that occurred on the interface during the previous 1 hour, 8 hours, 1 day, 1 week, and 1 month.
Licenses—View details (such as the license version, validity type, and start and end dates) of the licenses installed on the device. Table 5 describes the fields on this tab.
You cannot view the License information for Cisco IOS XR devices.
Features—View details (such as feature name, validity type, and licenses) of the features that are configured on the device. Table 6 describes the fields on this tab.
Software—View details (such as software name, version, and state) of the software installed on the device. Table 7 describes the fields on this tab.
On all the tabs, click the Show or Hide Columns icon and select the check boxes corresponding to the columns that you want to view.
If you want to revert to the default column selections, click Reset Preferences. The selections that you previously made are cleared, and the default columns are displayed.
Table 3 describes the fields on the Chassis tab.
Table 3: Fields on the Chassis Tab
Name of the hardware component (chassis, FPC, MIC, midplane, and so on).
Type of the hardware component—Chassis, line card, CPU, backplane, and so on.
Version of the hardware component.
Part number of the hardware component. Built-in indicates that the PIC is a part of the parent component and does not have a part number.
Serial number of the hardware component.
Click the View link displayed in this column to view the physical interfaces associated with the hardware component. You are directed to the Interfaces tab. See Table 4 for details.
Brief description of the hardware component.
Table 4 describes the fields on the Interfaces tab.
Table 4: Fields on the Interfaces Tab
Name of the interface.
You can click an interface name to view more information (such as additional details, bandwidth, and errors) on the widgets that appear. Click the Interface link present above the widgets to return back and view the list of all the interfaces on the device.
The SNMP object identifier.
MAC address of the interface.
Administration status of the interface—Up or Down.
Operational status of the interface—Up or Down.
Maximum transmission unit (MTU) size (in bytes) on the interface.
Interface speed in Mbps or Gbps.
Indicates if the duplex mode on the interface is full-duplex or half-duplex.
Type of link provided by the interface.
Example: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet
The line card number in which the interface is present.
Number of logical interfaces associated with the physical interface.
Click the number displayed in the column to view the logical interfaces and their details. The details are displayed on the Logical Interfaces page.
Table 5 describes the fields on the Licenses tab.
Table 5: Fields on the Licenses Tab
Name of the license.
Version of the license.
State of the license:
Validity type of the license:
Start date of the license.
End date of the license.
Features that the license supports.
Table 6 describes the fields on the Features tab.
Table 6: Fields on the Features Tab
Features available on the device.
Brief description of the feature.
Number of licenses currently being used on the device. Usage is determined by the configuration on the device. If a feature license exists and that feature is configured, the license is considered used.
Number of licenses installed on the device for the particular feature.
Number of licenses required for legal use of the feature. Usage is determined by the configuration on the device:
Validity type of the license.
Number of licenses installed for the feature.
Table 7 describes the fields on the Software tab.
Table 7: Fields on the Software Tab
Name of the software running on the device.
Brief description of the software.
The type of the component. The value is always set to Software Component.