Monitor

Overview

The monitor widget in ONES:

  • Shows the complete topology view of the fabric

  • The Topology view can be categorised by:

    • Region

    • Platform

    • ASICs

    • Statuses

      • Not streaming, Faulty Fans, Faulty PSUs, Links Down

    • Metrics

      • Bandwidth RX & TX

      • Memory, CPU & ASIC Utilization

  • This page shows all the links and information connected to each other

  • Using a right click on device it allow a user to go to specific feature details

    • Traffic, Health, Capacity, Protocols

    • Allow a user to connect device via SSH, Console Access

    • Can get SYSLOGS

  • Traffic View

    • input/output packets in million per sec

    • Errors and Discard packets per interface

    • And more related metrics

  • Health of the devices

    • CPU & Memory Utilization

    • CPU & PSU Temperature

    • PSU Voltage & Fan Speed

  • Capacity of the devices

    • IPv6 & IPv6 Routes

      • ASIC/Software/Kernel

      • ASIC ACL capacity

  • Links Page

    • All the connected devices

    • Transceivers info

  • Protocols status

    • BGP status

    • VXLAN

    • MCLAG

    • LACP

Topology

  • Navigate to Monitor >> Topology

  • This shows the complete Topology view, how the devices are connected

  • Topology can be filtered by Underlay/Overlay/RoCE

  • We can put the filters to check the customized view of the Topology

  • Count of devices

    • All devices onboarded

    • Not streaming

    • Faulty Fans & PSUs

    • Links Down

  • We can also check Down Links to check the topology those are having links in the shutdown state

  • When we hover the cursor over any device and use right click we get few more controls

    • Device details/Ports

    • Direct Navigation per device

      • Traffic/Health/Capacity/Protocols

    • SSH/Console connect

    • SYSLOG

  • we can also filter the view by using

    • Statuses

      • Not streaming, Faulty Fans, Faulty PSUs, Links Down

    • Metrics

      • Bandwidth RX & TX

      • Memory, CPU & ASIC Utilization

Traffic

  • Using this widget we can check the input and output errors across all the devices

  • This widget also shows the input and output packet per device

  • Navigate to Monitor >> Traffic

  • This page shows the information:

    • Device Name & IP

    • Roles & Region

    • Device details

    • Interface speed and ports

    • Errors & Utilization of the links

  • Filter Ribbon can be used to get a customized view

    • Operator up/down

    • Admin down

    • PFC Enable

  • When we click on any device it gives more information about the interface traffic

    • Errors per interfaces

    • Bandwidth Utilisation per interfaces

  • When we click on any particular interface it gives the timescale of the inputs and output packets with Errors and Discards & all metrics in detail

  • This page shows the traffic drop rate per interface based and will be very useful while doing any troubleshooting for a traffic drop

  • Using these details a user can check more details inside to fix the issue of dropping/discarding packets

Health

This page shows the latest utilization of all the devices

  • CPU & Memory utilization

  • Temperature & Voltage of PSU

  • fan speed in % & RPM

  • Navigate to Monitor >> Health

Health Status

Health Status is reported for the following components

  • Roles

  • SKU/ASIC

  • Ports/Max Speed

  • CPU Utilization (%)

  • Memory Utilization (%)

  • CPU Temperature (℃)

  • PSU Temperature (℃)

  • PSU Voltage (V)

  • Fan Speed (RPM)

Customized View

  • We can check the health of the device as per some customization

  • We can filter the devices by:

    • Roles

    • Region

Role-based Customization

  • We can choose a role using the available Role-based option

  • 4 Roles available

    • Super Spine

    • Spine

    • Leaf

    • ToR

  • Let’s check it with a Leaf filter

  • After selecting Leaf input, here is the new view of only devices that belong to the Leaf role

Per Device Status

  • This Platform Widget also gives the option to check the extended capability view of the device

  • Apart from this monitoring view, we can also verify/check extended feature sets like:

    • PSU Current (A)

    • PSU Power (W)

    • Services Running

    • Services CPU/Memory Consumption (%)

  • To view per device status with all possible widgets, click on any of the devices present on the list

  • When we choose a specific device we get an output like this

Device Info Ribbon

CPU Usage (%)

  • Here we get the complete status of CPU usage with a time range A complete status What was the usage from starting to end

  • To check a specific time detail we can hover the cursor to any level

Memory Usage (%)

  • Now here we get the status of Memory Usage of selected device

  • To check a specific time detail with memory utilization, we can hover the cursor to any level

CPU Temperature (C)

  • This template shows the status of CPU temperature in degree celsius

  • Here we get the status of all the CPU and Core running on the device

Services Running

  • The best widget here for Services

  • We can also check the total number of count of services running on the platform

  • This graph shows the red colour bar, red colour show at what time one of the services went down

Services CPU Consumption (%)

  • This widget shows us the CPU consumption percentage level of all services / per service.

  • Here we can see we have the option to check the consumption view of CPU

  • To check a specific time detail we can hover the cursor on any level

Services Memory Consumption (%)

  • This widget shows us the Memory consumption percentage level of all services / per service.

  • Here we can also check the consumption view of only Memory.

  • To check a specific time detail we can hover the cursor on any level

Capacity

This page shows the view of Capacity and a few more details related to devices

  • This widget Shows

    • Roles/Region per device

    • SKU and ASIC details per device

    • ASIC ACL Capacity utilization

    • IPv4 Routes (ASIC, Software, Kernel)

    • IPv6 Routes (ASIC, Software, Kerneel)

This Capacity Widget give us the control to get the output per Role and Region basis also

  • Let's choose Leaf Role to get the customized view

  • In the same way, we can customize the view by Region & SKUs

This is the extended view of the device capacity for all the IPv4 and IPv6 ASIC routes, ACL utilization, software, and kernel routes

Using this page a user will be able to troubleshoot the protocol or any misbehaviour happening on the devices due to any capacity issue of routes

Per Device Status

This widget gives us the capability to check the extended view of the Routes & ACL usage with a range of time

Click on any of the devices to get the extended view

This page gives a view to the user for all the possible connected links between devices with a few more capabilities

  • Navigate to Monitor >> Links

  • This page helps a user to get the best view of the number of connections between devices with speed and other manufacturer details

  • This page gives the exact view of the interface name, interface speed, transceivers and admin & operator status

Protocols

This Protocol Page shares the data of BGP neighbours present across managed devices

This page gives the best details of the BGP neighbours connected with the devices and possible metrics/values a user can use to troubleshoot a BGP neighbour

Neighbor View

This shows the status of the neighbour's details, the total number of neighbours, received routes, neighbour RID, BGP AS number & much more​​We have the option here to check the neighbour details and status of Routes​​We can click on neighbours to get more details about all neighbours connected

Per device status (Neighbour's & Announcement)

The user can get per-device status by choosing a particular Device

  • Click on the device name to get the status

  • This new page shows the status of BGP neighbours about UP and Down status

  • On right side it shows the BGP announcements and the local prefixes present in BGP table

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