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    Viewing Information About Services in a Backbone Network (C-Web Interface)

    Purpose

    View information about services in a backbone network with the C-Web interface.

    Action

    To view information about services in a backbone network:

    1. Click ACP>Backbone>Service.

      The Backbone/Service pane appears.

    2. In the Interface Alias box, enter the interface alias used by the backbone service to generate congestion points, or leave the box empty to display information about all interfaces.
    3. In the Interface Description box, enter the interface description used by the backbone service to generate congestion points, or leave the box empty to display information about all interfaces.
    4. In the Interface Name box, enter the name of an interface to display information about one interface, or leave the box empty to display information about all interfaces.
    5. In the NAS Port ID box, enter the NAS port ID used by the backbone service to generate congestion points, or leave the box empty to display information about all interfaces.
    6. In the Service Name box, enter the name of a service to display information about one service, or leave the box empty to display information about all services.
    7. In the Slot box, enter the number of the slot for which you want to display congestion point information.
    8. Select an output style from the Style list.
    9. In the Virtual Router Name box, enter a virtual router name to display information about a specific virtual router, or leave the box empty to display information about all virtual routers.
    10. Click OK.

      The Backbone/Service pane displays a list of services.

      For more information about viewing service information for action congestion points, see Viewing Information about Action Congestion Points in a Backbone Network by Service (C-Web Interface).

    Modified: 2014-06-11