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trafficmap [2007/05/11 10:53]
morten
trafficmap [2012/09/28 11:57]
morten [The Traffic Map]
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 +====== The Traffic Map ======
  
-[[TableOfContents]]+:!: This information is here for historic purposes and is **OUTDATED**. ​
  
 +The Traffic Map was a component of NAV versions prior to 3.5. Version 3.5 through 3.11 featured a replacement called //Netmap//. These were both implemented as Java applets. NAV version 3.12 and later feature [[Netmap|a new Netmap implemented in Javascript]] using modern web standards such as HTML5 and SVG.
  
-====== What does the traffic map do? ======+===== What does the traffic map do? =====
  
 The traffic map gives an overview of your layer 3 (router) topology depicting all routers (GW and GSW) and The traffic map gives an overview of your layer 3 (router) topology depicting all routers (GW and GSW) and
 interconnted subnets (network type link and core). The routers are shown as blue icons. In addition external routers interconnted subnets (network type link and core). The routers are shown as blue icons. In addition external routers
 are shown as red icons (only true if you have decided to show external routers, see below). are shown as red icons (only true if you have decided to show external routers, see below).
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 +{{screenshot:​trafficmap_ntnu.png?​800|An example traffic map }}
  
 The map shows the traffic load of each link. This is done by dividing the line in two, where The map shows the traffic load of each link. This is done by dividing the line in two, where
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   * For the _Top container:   * For the _Top container:
- +    ​* hideincons=false means that external connections are not shown on the top level. 
-   * hideincons=false means that external connections are not shown on the top level. +    * hideicons=true means that external connectons are visable on the top level.
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-   * hideicons=true means that external connectons are visable on the top level. +
   * For all other containers:   * For all other containers:
- +    ​* hideicons=false means that the given container is shown as a grey circle on the top level, with all the routers within. 
-   * hideicons=false means that the given container is shown as a grey circle on the top level, with all the routers within. +    * hideicons=true means that the given container is shown as a single icon on the top level.
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-   * hideicons=true means that the given container is shown as a single icon on the top level.+
    
  
trafficmap.txt · Last modified: 2012/09/28 11:57 by morten