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Determine the Status of Network Sites

A site is a particular physical location within the Viptela overlay network, such as a branch office, a data center, or a campus. Each site is identified by a unique integer, called a site ID. Each Viptela device at a site is identified by the same site ID.

To determine the status of network sites:

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Dashboard screen.
  2. Locate the Site Health View pane, which displays the state of a site's data connections. When a site has multiple vEdge routers, this pane displays the state for the entire site, not for individual devices. The Site Health View pane displays three states:
  • Full WAN Connectivity—Total number of sites where all BFD sessions on all vEdge routers are in the up state.
  • Partial WAN Connectivity—Total number of sites where a TLOC or a tunnel is in the down state. These sites still have limited data plane connectivity.
  • No WAN Connectivity—Total number of sites where all BFD sessions on all vEdge routers are in the down state. These sites have no data plane connectivity.

  1. Click a row to display a popup window with detailed information on each site, node, or tunnel.
  2. Click the More Actions icon to the right of each table row to access the Device Dashboard or Real Time view in the Monitor ► Network screen or the Tools ► SSH Terminal screen.

Release Information

Introduced in vManage NMS in Release 15.2.

Additional Information

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