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CA Network Flow Analysis - 9.3.2
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Working with Interfaces and Routers

Last update February 26, 2015

You use a number of different pages to perform the tasks for interfaces and routers:

Active Interfaces Page

The Active Interfaces page shows interfaces, routers, custom virtual interfaces (CVIs), and interface aggregations. The page shows only the routers and interfaces that have contributed to the collected data at some time. You can create and delete CVIs, merge interfaces, and edit properties. You also can delete routers and interfaces without deleting them from the system entirely--for example, to address capacity issues.

Select Interfaces: Physical & Virtual from the Administration page, then use the Active Interfaces page to perform the following main tasks:

  • View details.
  • Edit details.
  • Delete interfaces or routers from the page.
  • Create custom virtual interfaces (CVIs).
  • Merge interfaces.

Available Interfaces Page

The Available Interfaces page shows information about all of the interfaces and routers, including the ones that have not contributed to the collected data at any time. You can enable or disable interfaces, delete routers and their interfaces from the system, and perform some polling troubleshooting.

Select System: Enable Interfaces from the Administration page, then use the Available Interfaces page to perform the following tasks:

  • Check polling and view details about routers and interfaces.
  • Enable or disable interfaces.
  • Delete end-of-life routers from the system.

Interface Templates Page

You can create a custom interface template to change the way interface names and descriptions appear in a number of reports.

Select System: Templates from the Administration page, then use the Interface Templates page to perform the following tasks:

  • Create and apply a template
  • Edit a template

Application Settings Page

You can use a setting on the Application Settings page to control whether device names are included in interface names.

Select Application Settings, then use the Application Settings page to perform the following task:

  • Add or remove the device name from interface names
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