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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Monitoring Network Service Quality

Monitoring Network Service Quality

Network service quality refers to the quality of services running on a network. iPCA provides end-to-end service quality measurement and regional network service quality measurement. You can monitor the service traffic quality at a specified region through iPCA, implementing location of network faults.

Monitoring End-to-End Network Service Quality

eSight can monitor the end-to-end network service quality so that you can know the quality of a specified service flow on an end-to-end network, understand the health status of end-to-end network, and locate faults.

Process

Step

Description

1. Create a monitoring task.

To monitor end-to-end network service quality, you need to create a monitoring task according to the networking and device types on the network.

2. Monitor quality using alarms and packet conservation domain topology.

Maintenance personnel usually monitor network quality by checking alarms and topology. Alarms help you quickly learn about the health status of network resources and topology allows you to view details about network resources.

Monitoring Regional Network Service Quality

eSight can monitor the regional network service quality so that you can know the quality of a specified service flow on a regional network, and understand the health status of the regional network.

Process

Step

Description

1. Creating a monitoring task

To monitor regional network service quality, you need to create a monitoring task according to the networking and device types on the network.

2. Monitoring quality using alarms and packet conservation domain topology

Maintenance personnel usually monitor network quality by checking alarms and topology. Alarms help you quickly learn about the health status of network resources and topology allows you to view details about network resources.

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Updated: 2019-09-07

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