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Viewing Created Backup Tunnels

After performing an FRR Design as described earlier in this chapter, find the created backup tunnel in the Backup tunnel column. You can sort on this column by clicking on the column header to view existing backup tunnels, or use the filter button.

  1. Click on the “Show Paths” button in the Tune FRR Backup Tunnels window to view both the Protected Path and the Newly designed Path on the Map window as described earlier in Viewing Primary Tunnels Protected by a Bypass Tunnel.
  2. The Paths window will appear. You can choose from the left-hand side of the window whether to view the path for the newly designed backup path, FRRLK1, or the path that this backup is protecting (“Protected Path”). If the protected path is part of LSP Tunnel(s) requiring FRR Protection, then you can also view the protected LSPs tunnels’path(s). In this example, RATLCHI is the protected LSP Tunnel.
    Figure 1: Paths WindowPaths Window
  3. In the Tune FRR Backup Tunnels window, you can also click on the “View Path Details” button for a selected entry. This will bring up a similar window to that accessed by Network > Elements > Tunnels. In this window, click on “Details.” In the Tunnel window, select “Show Path” or “Highlight All” to display the path on the map.