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Table Of Contents

Statistics Collection Manager

New Features for Release 11 of CWM SCM

Launching the Statistics Collection Manager

Main Window

Statistics File Configuration

Statistics FTP Configuration

SCM Statistics Disable

Delete Template

Edit Current Connection Parameters

SCM Statistics Enable

SCM Statistics Collection

Launching the Standalone SCM

SCM Standalone Collector

SCM Primary/Secondary/Tertiary

Peer-to-Peer Communications

SCM CWM-CWM Gateway Support

Time Sync

SCM Inband and Out-of-band

SCM Dual Collectors for Legacy Nodes

SCM History Files Collection

Group Nodes by Platform

Node View

Window Refresh

SCM Proxy

Card Families

How Statistics Are Used


Statistics Collection Manager


The Statistics Collection Manager (SCM) for Release 11 of CWM features two types of Statistics Collection Management. One type of SCM is an integrated SCM that is installed as part of the CWM Server installation on the CWM server workstation, and the other type is a stand-alone SCM that is installed and run from a separate workstation. Both of these SCM feature types are described in this chapter.

New Features for Release 11 of CWM SCM

Statistics Collection Manager for Release 11 of CWM provides the following features:

SCM Standalone Collector, SCM Standalone Parser and SCM Standalone Collector and Parser; ftp enable/collection for NBSM; new statistics format; separate Enable with collection from SCM GUI; card statistics dual collection.

Timed Stats CollectionUsing tftp to retrieve statistics data files is available for BPX, IGX, MGX 8850 Release 1, MGX 8230, and MGX 8250 nodes, as well as MGX 8220 shelves.

Trap Stats Collection—Using ftp to retrieve statistics files, ScmCollSvr waits for a file ready trap message from the switch to start ftp. Trap Stats Collection is used only for MGX 8850 Release 2 nodes.

Both Time Stats Collection and Trap Stats Collection are node based. However, the statistics files from AXSM cards in MGX 8850 Release 2 nodes are card based.

Separate SCM Installation—Install the Statistics Collection Manager software after installing CWM software on the same workstation.

QBin stats and virtual port stats for BPX have been included.

WingZ provides an adhoc statistics report.

Launching the Statistics Collection Manager

To launch the Statistics Collection Manager application, click on the Statistics Collection Manager icon, which is found on the Network Topology tool bar, or select the Statistics Collection Manager application from the Apps pull-down menu located on the main menu bar.

Main Window

After launching the Statistics Collection Manager application for the first time, you will see a root node called the Enabling Root in the left panel of the window, as shown in Figure 8-1.

Figure 8-1 Statistics Collection Manager Main Window

Click on the eye glass to the left of the Enabling Root to display the Collection Server for the SCM Root, as shown in Figure 8-2.

Figure 8-2 Collection Server

Click on the eye glass to the left of the Collection Server in order to view network nodes, as shown in Figure 8-3.

Figure 8-3 Expanded View of Network Nodes

Click on network nodes in the left panel of the SCM main window in order to view additional network elements, as shown in Figure 8-4.

Figure 8-4 Expanded View of Network Elements

Select the File pull-down menu from the SCM GUI main menu bar contains a New SCM GUI option which allows you to launch a new instance of the SCM GUI; a Close option for closing the current instance of the SCM GUI; and an Exit option for exiting all instances of SCM, as shown in Figure 8-5

Figure 8-5 File Menu

Select the Enabling pull-down menu from the SCM GUI main menu bar in order to Edit Current Collection Parameters, Edit with Default Parameters, Edit with Template, Disable Collection Statistics, or Delete Template, as shown in Figure 8-6.

Figure 8-6 Enabling Menu

The Enabling submenus are defined as follows:

Edit Current Collection Parameters—Allows current collection parameters to be edited.

Edit with Default Parameters—Allows current collection parameters to be edited with default parameters.

Edit with Template—Allows editing with template.

Delete Template—Allows you to delete a template.

Disable Collection Statistics—Allows you to disable collection statistics.

Select the Collecting pull-down menu from the SCM GUI main menu bar in order to Start Collection or Stop Collection of statistics, as shown in Figure 8-7.

Figure 8-7 Collecting Menu

The Collecting submenus are defined as follows:

Start Collection—Tells the Statistics Manager to begin collecting statistics from the selected nodes, if the node has statistics enabled.

Stop Collection—Tells the Statistics Manger to stop collecting from the selected nodes, if statistics are already being collected.


Note The Start Collection option is not enabled unless statistics have been enabled for a network element.


Select the DB Configuration pull-down menu from the SCM GUI main menu bar, as shown in Figure 8-8, in order to launch the Stats DB Host Configuration Dialog window where you can view and apply SCM statistics database configurations.

Figure 8-8 DB Configuration Menu

The DB Configuration submenu is defined as follows:

Stats DB Configuration—Sets statistics parameters for the File and Database, including Save Statistics Files, Purge File, and Purge Interval.

From the DB Configuration submenu, click on the Stats DB Configuration option in order to launch the Stats DB Host Configuration Dialog windows shown in Figure 8-9.

Figure 8-9 Stats DB Host Configuration Dialog

When you are finished configuring parameters for the selected Stats DB Host, click Apply and then OK. A "Successful Configure" message will appear in the lower left hand corner of the SCM main window.

Statistics File Configuration

The statistics file configuration information is explained in the following sections:

Save Statistic Files Button

This toggle controls the ability to save files as they are parsed from the statistics parser. You set it to Do not Save to avoid placing files to the /usr/users/svplus/purge directory. The default is Save.

Save to Directory

You specify the name of the file directory used to store incoming files to be parsed.

Purge File Button

This button controls the ability to purge files as they are parsed from the statistics parser. You set it to Do not Purge to avoid deleting files from the /usr/users/svplus/purge directory. We recommend you delete old files. The default is Purge.

Purge Interval (days)

You specify the value (in days) used to determine which old files are purged from the /usr/users/svplus/purge directory when space in your hard disk's Incoming partition drops below twenty megabytes. The files with a date `N' days older than today's date are purged. (0 = no purging is done.) The default is 3 days.

Purge Interval (hours)

You specify the value (in hours) used to determine how long the data is maintained by the CWM database. The default retention period is 24 hours. The maximum retention period is 8784 hours (1 year).


Note If the database contains insufficient space for statistics storage, the statistics collection process may shut down. If this happens, reduce the purge interval to 12 hours.


Statistics FTP Configuration

The statistics FTP configuration information is explained in the following sections:

Username

You specify the FTP username. The default is svplus.

Password

Enter the FTP password. The screen will display asterisks.

Confirm Password

Reenter your FTP password in this field. Once again, the screen will display asterisks.

SCM Statistics Disable

The Disable Collection Statistics pop-up menu is accessed by right clicking on a node in the left panel of the SCM main window. These same options are found under the Enabling pull-down menu and include Edit Current Collection Parameters, Edit with Default Parameters, Edit with Template, Disable Collection Statistics and Delete Template options, as shown in Figure 8-10.

Figure 8-10 Disable Collection Statistics Menu

A confirmation dialog window asks you if you really want to disable statistics, as shown in Figure 8-11.

Figure 8-11 Statistics Disabling Confirmation

Delete Template

The Delete Template menu option is shown in Figure 8-12. Use this feature to delete a template.

Figure 8-12 Delete Template Menu

The Delete Template Dialog window is shown in Figure 8-13. Select the template you want to delete from the list of templates, and then click on the Delete button.

Figure 8-13 Delete Template Dialog

Edit Current Connection Parameters

The Edit Current Connection Parameters pop-up menu is accessed by right clicking on a node in the left panel of the SCM main window, as shown in Figure 8-14. This same option is found under the Enabling pull-down menu.

Figure 8-14 Edit Current Connection Parameters

SCM Statistics Enable

Figure 8-15 shows the Statistics Enable Dialog window containing selected and unselected parameters for a selected connection.

Figure 8-15 Statistics Enable Dialog


Note Statistics Enable is only accepted from the CWM machine which is registered as Statistics Master on the nodes. It can be set via telnet to BPX, IGX and IPX nodes by using the cnfstatmast command; the cnfstatsmgr command must be used for MGX-8220 and MGX-8250/8230/8850-R1.


After selecting and unselecting parameters needed for the given connection in the previous Statistics Enable Dialog window, click on the Next button to view the next Statistics Enable Dialog window shown in Figure 8-16.

This window allows you to set the collection period in minutes, the time out period in minutes, the bucket interval in minutes, the number of retries, and the peak statistics enable. The last drop-down in this dialog box asks whether you would like to use your selected settings as a default template. Click on the Save button, and then the Finish button and the switch will implement these selected values and send a confirmation back to the SCM Controller Server.

Figure 8-16 Next Statistics Enable Dialog

Table 8-1 presents the modifiable statistics collection parameters and descriptions.

Table 8-1 Statistics Collection Parameters (modifiable) 

Parameter
Description

Collection Period

Specify the interval value (in minutes) where statistics are gathered from the network. The collection period refers to the time it takes to create a stats file. The file will include multiple buckets.

The default is 15 minutes.

Time-Out Period

Specify the time-out value (in minutes for TFTP GET requests. Increase this value on busy networks. Busy networks should be configured for a high value.

The default is 120 minutes.

Bucket Interval

Specify the Bucket Interval Period value (in minutes) to be kept for the single bucket on the node.

The default is 15 minutes.

Number of Retries

Specify the number of retries the child process makes in attempting to get files from the network.

The default is 3 retries.

Peak Statistics Enable

Specify peak statistics values on network by selecting No or Yes. The peak value represents the maximum value of buckets.

The default is No.

Use as a default template

You have the option to use this as a default template by selecting No or Yes.

Yes is the default.


Figure 8-17 shows the Update Stats enabling information window which appears after the parameters in the Statistics Enable dialog box have been set.

Figure 8-17 Update Stats enabling information

SCM Statistics Collection

Figure 8-18 shows the Start Collection option that is accessed by right clicking on a card in the left panel of the SCM main window. Figure 8-19 shows the Start Collection Dialog window that appears after the Start Collection option has been selected.

Figure 8-18 Start Statistics Collection

Figure 8-19 Start Collection Dialog

Figure 8-20 shows the Collecting View window of the SCM main window with current collection configurations for statistics being collected.

Figure 8-20 Collecting View Window

You can monitor statistics collection through the Monitoring View tab which is found at the bottom left hand side of the SCM main window. Figure 8-21 also shows that the Monitor view has been selected from the upper right panel of the SCM main window.

Figure 8-21 Monitoring View and Log Information

Figure 8-22 shows that the Monitor view has been selected from the upper right panel of the SCM main window.

Figure 8-22 Monitoring View and Monitor Information

Launching the Standalone SCM

The following sections explain how to launch the SCM Standalone Collector:

SCM Standalone Collector

The Statistics Collection Manager (SCM) for Release 11 of CWM has a new standalone collector that allows a separate SCM collection server in both installation and statistics collection, and is installed and run from a client CWM workstation. This new feature allows you to control and manage statistics collection through a standalone application. The Statistics Controller Server, Statistics Collection Server, and Statistics Parser Server provide statistics applicable to the different cards and nodes.


Note Please refer to Chapter 8 of the Cisco WAN Manager Installation Guide for installation procedures for the Stand Alone Statistics Collection Manager software.


Launch SCM Standalone Collector through an xterm window by issuing the SCM command at the command line. Figure 8-23 shows an xterm window displayed with SCM typed at the command line:

Figure 8-23 SCM Stand Alone initialization

Figure 8-24 shows an xterm window displayed with Start SCM core, Stop SCM core and Exit menu options.

Figure 8-24 SCM start core, stop core, and exit options


Note The Standalone SCM allows users to install one collection server or more outside of the CWM station.


SCM Primary/Secondary/Tertiary

SCM Primary/Secondary/Tertiary GUIs provide distributed collection and statistics collection redundancy. SCM redundancy means that the secondary and tertiary SCM collection servers still continue to collect statistics when the primary SCM collection server is not reachable or completely shut down. Distributed collection means that you can distribute statistics collection from all switch nodes to different SCM collection servers.

For example, if the connection to the Primary SCM is shut down for any reason, whether the FTP or TFTP connection has been disrupted, or if the Primary SCM shuts down, then the Secondary SCM can take over the statistics collection processes. If the Secondary SCM shuts down for any reason, the Tertiary SCM can take over the statistics collection processes.

P/S/T is always dependant upon the assignment of the collection server. You can use the cnfcollsvr command to redirect collectors to a CWM host.

The Start Collection Dialog allows collection configuration for the Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary collection servers. Also, the statistics database host can be set, and IP Routing can be designated as inband or out-of-band as seen in Figure 8-19.

Peer-to-Peer Communications

Release 11 of Cisco WAN Manager has been designed to enable multiple CWM workstations to manage a network with improved network synchronization and scalability. The architecture uses a server-client structure for communications between the CWM server and client processes.

CWM workstations use Peer-to-Peer Communications to synchronize user data with each other. When user data is provisioned or changed, the CWM workstations will propagate the new data to the other CWM workstations. The user is able to continue the provisioning of network data, even when communications between a Primary CWM and Secondary CWM have been interrupted. If for any reason the communications between CWM servers are interrupted, the provisioning of the user data will be suspended on the Secondary CWM, but not on the Primary CWM as user data provisioning will continue on the Primary CWM. During that time, the provisioning of user data and monitoring of the network are not impacted.

In a given wide area network managed by Release 11 of CWM, the first CWM workstation to begin operation will assume the role of Primary CWM. As other CWM workstations become active, they will take on Secondary CWM workstation roles. The only difference in function between Primary and Secondary CWM workstations is that the Primary CWM workstation would provide the Secondary CWM workstations with user data when the Secondary CWM workstation launches.

Priority numbers of all Secondaries are assigned by the Primary at the time a Secondary registers with the Primary. It is based on "first-come-first-serve" logic. All the Secondaries have the same privilege except that the Secondary with priority 1 will take over as the Primary if the Primary shuts down.

SCM CWM-CWM Gateway Support

Statistics collection is populated from the Primary SCM to the Secondary SCM. Primary gateways save enabling information and forward data to the Secondary host via the Stats Master.

Time Sync

Timing in SCM is qualified by the node time and a sequence to connect from Primary to Secondary with a set maximum amount of retries.

SCM Inband and Out-of-band

TFTP and FTP are used to transfer files using the network IP address for inband communications, and the LAN IP address for out-of-band communications.

SCM Dual Collectors for Legacy Nodes

Dual collectors for Legacy Nodes include the following: BPX, IPX, IGX, Axis, MGX 8850 Release 1; single collector for MGX 8850 Release 2.

SES Nodes include MGX 8850 Release 2, and BPX/SES.

SCM History Files Collection

The default for History Files Collection in stand alone SCM is No History Files Collection. History Files collection can be set from one to a maximum of three files for collection.

Group Nodes by Platform

The following sections describe the node view and the window fresh option.

Node View

The node view provides a hierarchical view of network elements. The node panel enables you to do the following operations:

Select a node in the navigator panel to edit collection parameters or to begin or end statistics collection

Select a specific node or element to configure statistics collection

Display the statistics collection parameters after selecting a node

Select multiple nodes to start, stop, or enable collection

Window Refresh

SCM provides a refresh option that displays all changes made to node configurations. To refresh the SCM window you must collapse the expanded SCM tree by double clicking on the root node, and then re-expanding the tree to see the new configuration. This refresh option applies to Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary configurations.

SCM Proxy

ScmProxy is an interface to the Statistics Collection Manager application that allows you to enable and disable statistics, and stop and start collecting statistics on multiple nodes. The ScmProxy interface is an alternative to the SCM GUI.

To use ScmProxy, a Node-List file must be formed. The Node-List file contains the statistics template, collection server and Stats parser host names and node list. If a template other than the standard platform template is to be used, it should be formed first using the SCM GUI.

To start ScmProxy, type scmproxy <filename>. The filename is the name of the input file containing the template, hosts and node information. The format of the input file MUST be as shown below:

<CollParam:<template_name><collectionhostname><parserhostname><routinginfo>>

node_name

node_name

..

..

<CollParam:<template_name><collectionhostname><parserhostname><routinginfo>>

node_name

..

..

The template_name is the name of the template applicable to all nodes listed after the parameters. The collection hostname is the name of the host that does ftp/tftp of files. The parser hostname is the host that stores the files. The routing info value must be either 0 or 1. A value of 0 indicates In band routing and a value of 1 indicates out of band routing.

To start Scm Proxy, type the scmproxy <nodelist_filename> command in the CWM host name.

The filename is the name of the input file containing template, hosts and node information; when the scmproxy is started with the correct input file, the following interface is displayed:

Welcome to SCM Proxy

MENU
---------
1) Enable Statistics
2) Disable Statistics
3) Start Collection
4) Stop Collection
x) Exit

Enter number or x to exit.


This section explains each field in the Node List File.

template_name: This is the name of the template applicable to the node. Stats templates can be created from the SCM GUI. The templates are saved in StrataCom database.

collectionhostname: This is the name of the collection server host. The collection server can be on a CWM host or in a standalone SCM.

parserhostname: This is the name of the parser host name. Stats parser can be on a CWM host or in a standalone SCM.

routinginfo: This field can take strings "inband" or "outband". The field depends on the routing method to the node.


Note While using the standalone parser, the stats information can be inserted only in the StatsDb database. This database cannot be accessed by Wingz and Summary Reports, and therefor wingz and summary report cannot work while using the standalone parser.


Card Families

The following is a list of card families mapped to the cards they support. The list is organized by platform, with card families and the card(s) it supports listed after each platform.

NODE_IPX

========

ait_91

AIT

cdp_91

CDP

sdp_91

SDP

LDP

fastpad_91

FTC

uxm_91

UXM

uxm_92

UXM

uxm_93

UXM

frp_91

FRP

ntc_91

NTC

NODE_IGX

========

btm_91

BTM, ALM-A, ALM-B

cdp_91

CDP

UVM

sdp_91

SDP

LDP

fastpad_91

FTC

uxm_91

UXM

uxm_92

UXM

uxm_93

UXM

urm_93

URM

frp_91

FRP

UFM

UFM-U

ntc_91

NTC

NODE_BPX

========

asi-t3_91

ASI_T3_2

ASI0_E3

ASI0_T3

asi-e3_91

ASI_E3_2

asi-oc3_91

ASI_OC3

asi-t3_92

ASI_T3_2

ASI0_E3

ASI0_T3

asi-e3_92

ASI_E3_2

asi-oc3_92

ASI_OC3

asi-t3_93

ASI_T3_2

ASI0_E3

ASI0_T3

asi-e3_93

ASI_E3_2

asi-oc3_93

ASI_OC3

bxm_t3_91

BXM_T3_8_SMF

BXM_T3_8_MMF

BXM_T3_8_SMFLR

BXM_T3_8_SNM

BXM_T3_12_SMF

BXM_T3_12_MMF

BXM_T3_12_SMFLR

BXM_T3_12_SNM

bxm_t3_92

BXM_T3_8_SMF

BXM_T3_8_MMF

BXM_T3_8_SMFLR

BXM_T3_8_SNM

BXM_T3_12_SMF

BXM_T3_12_MMF

BXM_T3_12_SMFLR

BXM_T3_12_SNM

bxme_t3_92

BXM_T3_12 (Enhanced)

bxm_t3_93

BXM_T3_8_SMF

BXM_T3_8_MMF

BXM_T3_8_SMFLR

BXM_T3_8_SNM

BXM_T3_12_SMF

BXM_T3_12_MMF

BXM_T3_12_SMFLR

BXM_T3_12_SNM

bxme_t3_93

BXM_T3_12 (Enhanced)

bxm_e3_91

BXM_E3_8_SMF

BXM_E3_8_MMF

BXM_E3_8_SMFLR

BXM_E3_8_SNM

BXM_E3_12_SMF

BXM_E3_12_MMF

BXM_E3_12_SMFLR

BXM_E3_12_SNM

bxm_e3_92

BXM_E3_8_SMF

BXM_E3_8_MMF

BXM_E3_8_SMFLR

BXM_E3_8_SNM

BXM_E3_12_SMF

BXM_E3_12_MMF

BXM_E3_12_SMFLR

BXM_E3_12_SNM

bxme_e3_92

BXM_E3_12 (Enhanced)

bxm_e3_93

BXM_E3_8_SMF

BXM_E3_8_MMF

BXM_E3_8_SMFLR

BXM_E3_8_SNM

BXM_E3_12_SMF

BXM_E3_12_MMF

BXM_E3_12_SMFLR

BXM_E3_12_SNM

bxme_e3_93

BXM_E3_12 (Enhanced)

bxm_oc3_91

BXM_OC3_4_SMF

BXM_OC3_4_MMF

BXM_OC3_4_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_4_SNM

BXM_OC3_8_SMF

BXM_OC3_8_MMF

BXM_OC3_8_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_8_SNM

BXM_OC3_4_STM1E

BXM_OC3_8_STM1E

BXM_OC3_4_XLR

BXM_OC3_8_XLR

BPX_MNCH

bxm_oc3_92

BXM_OC3_4_SMF

BXM_OC3_4_MMF

BXM_OC3_4_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_4_SNM

BXM_OC3_8_SMF

BXM_OC3_8_MMF

BXM_OC3_8_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_8_SNM

BXM_OC3_4_STM1E

BXM_OC3_8_STM1E

BXM_OC3_4_XLR

BXM_OC3_8_XLR

BPX_MNCH

bxm_oc3_93

BXM_OC3_4_SMF

BXM_OC3_4_MMF

BXM_OC3_4_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_4_SNM

BXM_OC3_8_SMF

BXM_OC3_8_MMF

BXM_OC3_8_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_8_SNM

BXM_OC3_4_STM1E

BXM_OC3_8_STM1E

BXM_OC3_4_XLR

BXM_OC3_8_XLR

BPX_MNCH

bxm_oc12_91

BXM_OC12_1_SMF

BXM_OC12_1_MMF

BXM_OC12_1_SMFLR

BXM_OC12_1_SNM

BXM_OC12_2_SMF

BXM_OC12_2_MMF

BXM_OC12_2_SMFLR

BXM_OC12_2_SNM

BME_OC12_1_SMF

BME_OC12_1_MMF

BME_OC12_1_SMFLR

BME_OC12_1_SNM

BME_OC12_2_SMF

BME_OC12_2_MMF

BME_OC12_2_SMFLR

BME_OC12_2_SNM

BXM_OC12_1_XLR

BXM_OC12_2_XLR

bxm_oc12_92

BXM_OC12_1_SMF

BXM_OC12_1_MMF

BXM_OC12_1_SMFLR

BXM_OC12_1_SNM

BXM_OC12_2_SMF

BXM_OC12_2_MMF

BXM_OC12_2_SMFLR

BXM_OC12_2_SNM

BME_OC12_1_SMF

BME_OC12_1_MMF

BME_OC12_1_SMFLR

BME_OC12_1_SNM

BME_OC12_2_SMF

BME_OC12_2_MMF

BME_OC12_2_SMFLR

BME_OC12_2_SNM

BXM_OC12_1_XLR

BXM_OC12_2_XLR

bxm_oc12_93

BXM_OC12_1_SMF

BXM_OC12_1_MMF

BXM_OC12_1_SMFLR

BXM_OC12_1_SNM

BXM_OC12_2_SMF

BXM_OC12_2_MMF

BXM_OC12_2_SMFLR

BXM_OC12_2_SNM

BME_OC12_1_SMF

BME_OC12_1_MMF

BME_OC12_1_SMFLR

BME_OC12_1_SNM

BME_OC12_2_SMF

BME_OC12_2_MMF

BME_OC12_2_SMFLR

BME_OC12_2_SNM

BXM_OC12_1_XLR

BXM_OC12_2_XLR

bxme_oc3_92(Enhanced Cards)

BXM_OC3_4_SMF

BXM_OC3_4_MMF

BXM_OC3_4_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_8_SMF

BXM_OC3_8_MMF

BXM_OC3_8_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_4_STM1E

BXM_OC3_8_STM1E

BXM_OC3_4_XLR

BXM_OC3_8_XLR

bxme_oc3_93(Enhanced Cards)

BXM_OC3_4_SMF

BXM_OC3_4_MMF

BXM_OC3_4_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_8_SMF

BXM_OC3_8_MMF

BXM_OC3_8_SMFLR

BXM_OC3_4_STM1E

BXM_OC3_8_STM1E

BXM_OC3_4_XLR

BXM_OC3_8_XLR

BXM_OC12_1_SMF

bxme_oc12_92(Enhanced Cards)

BXM_OC12_1_MMF

BXM_OC12_1_SMFLR

BXM_OC12_2_SMF

BXM_OC12_2_MMF

BXM_OC12_2_SMFLR

BME_OC12_1_SMF

BME_OC12_2_SMF

BME_OC12_2_SMFLR

BME_OC12_2_SNM

BXM_OC12_1_XLR

BXM_OC12_2_XLR

bxme_oc12_93(Enhanced Cards)

BXM_OC12_1_MMF

BXM_OC12_1_SMFLR

BXM_OC12_2_SMF

BXM_OC12_2_MMF

BXM_OC12_2_SMFLR

BME_OC12_1_SMF

BME_OC12_2_SMF

BME_OC12_2_SMFLR

BME_OC12_2_SNM

BXM_OC12_1_XLR

BXM_OC12_2_XLR

bni-t3_91

BNI_T3

bni-t3_92

BNI_T3

bni-t3_93

BNI_T3

bni-e3_91

BNI_E3

bni-e3_92

BNI_E3

bni-e3_93

BNI_E3

bni-oc3_91

BNI_OC3

bni-oc3_92

BNI_OC3

bni-oc3_93

BNI_OC3

AXIS NODE

========

frsm_40

FRSM_4T1

FRSM_4E1

FRSM_4T1_C

FRSM_4E1_C

FRSM_HS1

FRSM_HS1_B

FRSM_8T1

FRSM_8E1

FRSM_2CT3

FRSM_2T3

FRSM_2E3

FRSM_2HS2

ausm_40

AUSM_4T1

AUSM_4E1

AUSM_8T1

AUSM_8E1

AUSM_B_8T1

AUSM_B_8E1

cesm_40

CESM_4T1

CESM_4E1

CESM_8T1

CESM_8E1

CESM_T3

CESM_E3

bnm-t3_40

BNM_T3

bnm-e3_40

BNM_E3

bnm-155_40

BNM_155

POPEYE Release 1

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frsm_40

FRSM_4T1

FRSM_4E1

FRSM_4T1_C

FRSM_4E1_C

FRSM_HS1

FRSM_HS1_B

FRSM_8T1

FRSM_8E1

FRSM_2CT3

FRSM_2T3

FRSM_2E3

FRSM_2HS2

ausm_40

AUSM_4T1

AUSM_4E1

AUSM_8T1

AUSM_8E1

AUSM_B_8T1

AUSM_B_8E1

cesm_40

CESM_4T1

CESM_4E1

CESM_8T1

CESM_8E1

CESM_T3

CESM_E3

pxm_1_40

PXM_1

PXM_OC3

PXM_OC12

PXM_T3E3

srm-t3_92

SRM_3T3

SRME

srm-SONET_92

SRME_1OC3

SRME_1STS3

POPEYE II

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axsmt3e3_50

AXSM16_T3E3

AXSM16_T3E3_B(AXSM B)

axsmoc3-12_50

AXSM8_OC3

AXSM16_OC3

AXSM16_OC3_B(axsm B)

AXSM4_OC12

AXSM4_OC12_B(axsm B)

axsmoc48_50

AXSM1_OC48

AXSM1_OC48_B(axsm B)

axsmet3e3_50

AXSM16_T3E3_E

axsmeoc3-12_50

AXSM8_OC3_E

AXSM2_OC12_E

AXSM8_STM1_E

axsmet1e1_50

axsme-t1/e1

pxm1e_50

pxm1e(all flavors)

frsm-12t3e3_50

frsm t3e3

How Statistics Are Used

Statistics are used to show network performance. Raw data can be used for monitoring nodes in your network, and for customer billing purposes. The Wingz Reports application provides statistics collection reporting.