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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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eMDI Configuration Management

eMDI Configuration Management

eSight allows you to set Enhanced Media Delivery Index (eMDI) parameters for a specified device in the network topology. You can monitor audio and video data traffic of the device through the eMDI instance, enabling you to demarcate packet loss, disorder, dual-stream, and stream interruption issues on the network.

Prerequisites

  • Devices that support the eMDI function have been added to eSight.
  • Netconf communication between the device and eSight is normal.
NOTE:

The device models that support the eMDI function must be included in the Huawei Network Device Specifications sheet in eSight Supported Features. Otherwise, the eMDI configuration management function cannot be used after the eMDI parameters are configured on the device.

Procedure

Deliver eMDI instances through device eMDI configuration.

  1. Log in to eSight and choose Topology > Topology Management.
  2. Right-click a device icon in the topology and choose eMDI Manage from the shortcut menu.

  3. Set Operation Type to Start and set eMDI instance parameters. For details, see Table 7-7.

    Table 7-7 eMDI instance parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Source IP

    IP address of the source device.

    Currently, only IPv4 addresses are supported. Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    Source Port

    Protocol port of the audio and video data flow of the source device.

    The value ranges from 1 to 65535. Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    Destination IP

    IP address of the destination device.

    Currently, only IPv4 addresses are supported. Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    Destination Port

    Protocol port of the audio and video data flow of the destination device.

    The value ranges from 1 to 65535. Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    Protocol

    Transmission protocol used by the data flow.

    Set this parameter to TCP or UDP based on the site requirements.

    NOTE:

    After the eMDI instance is delivered, only data flow from the source device to the destination device can be monitored.

  4. Click Confirm.

    After the instance is delivered, a success or failure message is displayed. If a successfully delivered eMDI instance is not manually removed, the system automatically stops the instance 24 hours later.

    After an instance is successfully delivered, you can choose View > VOIP Quality on the device details page and click the corresponding instance to view specific statistics. Currently, the statistics include the MOS value, jitter, packet loss rate, disorder rate, maximum number of consecutively lost packets, and packet/byte rate.

Related Operations

  • Viewing the eMDI Instance Status
    1. Log in to eSight and choose Topology > Topology Management.
    2. View the corresponding device in the topology. The corresponding data flow status icon is displayed above the device.
      • If the MOS value of the data flow in the eMDI instance delivered by the current device is smaller than the threshold, the status icon is red, indicating that the quality is poor.
      • If the MOS value of the data flow in the eMDI instance delivered by the current device is greater than the threshold, the status icon is green, indicating that the quality is good.
  • Removing an eMDI Instance
    1. Log in to eSight and choose Topology > Topology Management.
    2. Right-click a device icon in the topology and choose eMDI Manage from the shortcut menu.
    3. Set Operation Type to Remove, select one or more instance records in the list, and click Confirm.

      After an instance is deleted, a success or failure message is displayed.

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Updated: 2019-09-12

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