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Determine interface status in connections on maps

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Magdalena.Markova on Jan 04, 2017

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Connections are shown as either solid or dotted lines. A solid line indicates that the connection is UP. A dotted line indicates that the connection is DOWN.

The connection status depends on the status of interfaces at both ends of the connection.

The connection status is only shown as either UP or DOWN. To emphasize potential problems, DOWN status is granted a higher priority.

The following table shows how interface states are reflected in the status of a connection between NodeA, with InterfaceA, and NodeB, with InterfaceB.

 

InterfaceB Status

UP

DOWN

UNKNOWN

InterfaceA Status

UP

UP

DOWN

UP

DOWN

DOWN

DOWN

DOWN

UNKNOWN

UP

DOWN

DOWN

 
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