Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of GENIMonitoring/GENIMonTips


Ignore:
Timestamp:
02/23/16 11:50:56 (7 years ago)
Author:
lnevers@bbn.com
Comment:

--

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • GENIMonitoring/GENIMonTips

    v3 v4  
    5454
    5555 1. In `Dashboard` click on the `Aggregates` button, this will display all known aggregates.
    56  2. Narrow down the list by typing "clemson" in the upper-right `Search` field, which will show only Clemson aggregates:
     56
     57 2. Narrow down the list by typing "clemson" in the upper-right `Search` field, which will show only Clemson aggregates. As you can see from the Nodes and Slivers counts, the InstaGENI rack has the most activity and most likely the source of the issue.  So will we focus on clemson-ig:
    5758
    5859[[Image(clemson-aggregates.jpg)]]
    5960
     61 3. We will use GENI reporting to find the VLAN that is the source of most traffic.  Select `GENI Reporting`-> `Reports`.
     62 4. On the resulting page select the "Report Type" `VLAN Network Throughput [By Aggregate] from the pull-down and in the "Report Target" type start typing clemson, the field will automatically list all aggregate names that match, select "clemson-ig".
     63
     64 5. In the `Reports List` results section, choose the  report named "VLAN Network Throughput for Aggregate [clemson-ig]". The report will show VLAN usage for the aggregate form highest to lowest. Pick the highest usage VLAN ID (ex. VLAN 1234)
     65
     66 6. Go to `Dashboard` and click on the `Aggregates` button, this shows list of all known VLANs. Narrow down the list by typing "1234" in the upper-right `Search` field.  Results will now include AL2S and Clemson monitored VLANs.
     67
     68 6. Select "instageni.clemson.edu_interface_pc3:eth2:1234" and you will get data metrics for the VLAN 1234 at Clemson IG.
     69
     70 7. Go back to the list of VLAN Metric available and this time choose the AL2S entry "sdn-sw.atla.net.internet2.edu:eth5/2:1234"  to view statistics reported from the AL2S switch in Atlanta where Clemson is connected to AL2S Network.