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1.5.93 - path outages

James Zuelow

Am I just not finding a way to display path outages for nodes?

On my new 1.5.93 install I set up some DSL equipment with the critical
path IP address of our DSLAM.  When I checked the path outage page in
the UI, I noticed that the number of nodes listed for the DSLAM was one
short.  So I clicked on the link for the DSLAM, which brought me to the
node page, but there does not seem to be a report of which nodes
consider the DSLAM a critical path.

I then went to the Paradynes and checked their node pages.  I could
reset their critical path IPs, but again I could not find any report of
what it currently is.

Aside from firing up pgAdminIII or running a SQL query, is there a way
to display critical paths?

James Zuelow....................CBJ MIS (907)586-0236
Network Specialist...Registered Linux User No. 186591

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Re: 1.5.93 - path outages

ayresw
Don't click on the link to the DSLAM. Instead click on the number of
nodes in the right-hand column of the display.

--Bill--

On Mon, 2008-09-08 at 08:39 -0800, James Zuelow wrote:

> Am I just not finding a way to display path outages for nodes?
>
> On my new 1.5.93 install I set up some DSL equipment with the critical
> path IP address of our DSLAM.  When I checked the path outage page in
> the UI, I noticed that the number of nodes listed for the DSLAM was one
> short.  So I clicked on the link for the DSLAM, which brought me to the
> node page, but there does not seem to be a report of which nodes
> consider the DSLAM a critical path.
>
> I then went to the Paradynes and checked their node pages.  I could
> reset their critical path IPs, but again I could not find any report of
> what it currently is.
>
> Aside from firing up pgAdminIII or running a SQL query, is there a way
> to display critical paths?
>
> James Zuelow....................CBJ MIS (907)586-0236
> Network Specialist...Registered Linux User No. 186591
>
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Re: 1.5.93 - path outages

James Zuelow
 Thank you!

That works great.  I'm finding there are a lot more places to click on
the new UI.


James Zuelow....................CBJ MIS (907)586-0236
Network Specialist...Registered Linux User No. 186591
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Don't click on the link to the DSLAM. Instead click on the number of
nodes in the right-hand column of the display.


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Re: 1.5.93 - path outages

Jeff Gehlbach
On Sep 8, 2008, at 8:36 PM, James Zuelow wrote:
> That works great.  I'm finding there are a lot more places to click on
> the new UI.


"The new openNMS 1.6.  Now with 75% more places to click!"

-jeff

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