Parts of the Configuration Browser Display

Figure 14 defines the parts of the Configuration Browser window.

Figure 14: Parts of the Configuration Browser Window

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Table 40 describes the parts of the Configuration Browser window.

Table 40: Parts of the Configuration Browser Window

Part

Description

Header

Includes the following items:

  • Juniper Networks logo—Click to go to the Juniper Networks Web site, www.juniper.net.
  • Junos Scope—Shows the name of this application.
  • Home—Click to go to the Junos Scope main window.
  • About—Displays the Junos Scope software release and copyright information.
  • Logout—Closes Junos Scope and displays the Login dialog box.
  • Logged in as: <username>—Displays the username used to log in to Junos Scope.

Task tabs

Displays the menu of Junos Scope main commands. Grey tabs are main application tasks that interact with routers or router data. White tabs indicate tasks for administering Junos Scope.

Click a task tab to view its contents.

  • Looking Glass—Lets you display current operational information for a device, including device chassis, system software, interfaces, and routing protocols.
  • Configuration—Lets you view and edit the device configuration. Additionally, you can archive, compare, display, or restore selected device configurations.
  • Inventory Management—Scans selected devices for hardware and software installed and displays reports of the stored records.
  • Monitor—Lets you view scheduled and pending operations and the status of completed operations.
  • Settings—Lets you view and modify Junos Scope settings to manage devices.

Current path

Displays your location in the configuration statement hierarchy:

  • Home—Click to go to the Junos Scope main window.
  • Device—Displays the Configuration Browser window for you to select a different device configuration to view.
  • <device name>—Click to go the top level of the current device configuration statement hierarchy.
  • <statement hierarchy>—Displays your current level in the configuration.

Navigation pane

Displays the statement hierarchy levels of the configuration that have been configured. Provides an expanding and collapsing tree view of the configuration for a selected router. Click Hide All to collapse the configuration statement hierarchy levels to the top. Click a statement hierarchy level or [+] to view its configured substatements. Click Expand All to view all levels of the configuration.

Configuration view

Displays the current level of the configuration statement hierarchy. Displays the configuration container and leaf statements. Container statements contain other statements. Leaf statements do not contain other statements. Click a container statement link to view its contents.

Command buttons

Controls the statement hierarchy view:

  • Brief button—The default view, displays the basic hierarchy configuration. Only configured statements are displayed.
  • Inheritance button—Shows statements at the level at which they are inherited.
  • Refresh button—Displays the current committed configuration.
  • Edit button—Displays the configuration in the Configuration Editor for you to edit it.

    The Brief and Inheritance views remain in effect until you click another button.

Icon legend

Describes the icons that appear in the configuration view:

  • [c]—The configuration statement has a comment. Place the mouse cursor over the icon to display the comment.
  • [I]—The configuration statement and the configuration below this level are inactive.
  • [*]—Enter a value for the configuration statement.
  • [?]—Displays help for a configuration statement value.