Performing the LSP Ping Diagnostic Test

You can perform the LSP ping diagnostic test on both Layer 2 circuit pseudowires and Layer 2 VPN pseudowires.

Performing the LSP Ping Diagnostic Test on a Layer 2 circuit Pseudowire

To perform the LSP ping diagnostic test on a Layer 2 circuit pseudowire, follow these steps:

  1. In the Junos Scope main window, click Provisioning > Diagnostics > LSP Ping > L2Circuit. The Filter Pseudowires dialog box opens.
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  2. To view all the pseudowires provisioned by Junos Scope, select All Pseudowires:.
  3. Select the device or group of devices whose pseudowire you want to test, from the Select Device Groups or Select Devices list box. Shift-click to select multiple devices.
  4. Select the Select Pseudowire Endpoints button and select the endpoints of the pseudowires you want to test from the two lists.
  5. Enter a value in the Virtual Circuit ID field to view the details of all the Layer 2 circuit pseudowires that have that virtual circuit ID.
  6. Click Filter. The Select L2circuit Pseudowires dialog box displays all the pseudowires that match the criteria that you specified in the previous step.
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  7. Select the pseudowires whose operation you want to test and click Run Command. The Diagnostics dialog box displays a success or a failure message depending on the operational status of the pseudowire.

Performing the LSP Ping Diagnostic Test on a Layer 2 VPN Pseudowire

To perform the LSP Ping diagnostic test on a Layer 2 VPN pseudowire, follow these steps:

  1. In the Junos Scope main window, click Provisioning > Diagnostics > LSP Ping > L2Vpn. The Filter Pseudowires dialog box opens.
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  2. To view all the pseudowires provisioned by Junos Scope, select All Pseudowires:.
  3. Select the device or group of devices whose pseudowire details you want to view, from the Select Device Groups or Select Devices list box. Shift-click to select multiple devices.
  4. Select the Select Pseudowire Endpoints button and select the endpoints of the pseudowires whose details you want view from the two lists.
  5. Enter a value in the VPN Name:, Site Name: , and Site Id: fields to view the details of all the Layer 2 VPN pseudowires that have those values.
  6. Click Filter. The Select L2vpn Pseudowires dialog box opens. This dialog box displays all the pseudowires that match the criteria that you specified in the previous step.
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  7. Select the pseudowires whose operation you want to test, and click Run Command. The Diagnostics dialog box displays a success or a failure message depending on the operational status of the pseudowire.
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