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"Display VCs between devices" in Topology Services

Hi,

I want to see the VC stablished between 2 ATM devices using Topology Services from LMS 3.0.

I select an ATM domain and choose "Display View", select 2 devices and the link between them and go to "Tools/Display VCs/Between devices" and always the next messages appears:

"Please select the two end hosts and corresponding ATM links to view the VCs between them".

How can I obtain the VC between the selected devices?

Thanks.

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Re: "Display VCs between devices" in Topology Services

You should be seeing all of the VCs between those two devices that have those links as end points.

I'm not sure I understand your second question. I believe that's what you're doing when you select two devices and two links.

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Re: "Display VCs between devices" in Topology Services

In order for this to work, you must select two devices and two ATM links. The devices cannot be WAN switches or ATM switches. That is, you should pick two devices that connect via an ATM switch, but not the switch itself.

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Re: "Display VCs between devices" in Topology Services

Thank you very much for your reply, now I can view the VC's between 2 devices!!

But now I have another question: when I select 2 devices and 2 ATM links, what kind of data is shown by Topology Services: all the VC's passing through that links and devices?

If I wanted to select a device as an origin and another as destiny for a VC, how do I choose the devices?

Thank you very much.

Cisco Employee

Re: "Display VCs between devices" in Topology Services

You should be seeing all of the VCs between those two devices that have those links as end points.

I'm not sure I understand your second question. I believe that's what you're doing when you select two devices and two links.

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Re: "Display VCs between devices" in Topology Services

I only have to look at p2p VCs, and I was looking also at those labeled as p2mp, and I didn't understand that information.

Thank you very much for your replies, Joe!

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