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CPview and Top-connections in R80.20

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Hi,

We recently upgraded from 80.10 to 80.20 and noticed that BW Top-Connections view has been removed from Cpview. There is only top-connections information in regards to CPU utilization.

Where can we quickly get BW top-connections info in R80.20 from cli?

Regards,

Marek

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Just to update this thread: we've added this back to R80.40 JHF 69 and above.
Believe it will also be added to future R80.30 and R80.20 JHF releases. 

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Hey Marek

I'm Adam from diagnostics (Owners of CPView)

Top-Connections by network was indeed removed on R80.20 due to change in GW architecture

We're working on adding it back

But I'm pretty sure you can view that and more from SmartConsole

Thanks

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Hi Adam,

 

Is this still in the works? Any ETA?

What workaround(s) exist to get this functionality back any other way?

 

Thanks,

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 will this command be appropriated to provide similar output as CPVIEW?

 

For RX traffic:

rtm monitor -f interface  interface,in -k src -v ab -k dst -k svc

 

For TX traffic:

rtm monitor -f interface Interface,in -k src -v ab -k dst -k svc

 

Both directions

rtm monitor -f interface  interface,both -k src -v ab -k dst -k svc

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Will it be back with r80.30 or with some jfa take? Without Monitoring blade license we cannot monitor it and previously it was easily visible in CPView..

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packet size was also removed .
Will it be added back too?
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Will this be added back soon please ?
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Just to update on this, it looks like we are planning to add this back into an R80.40 Jumbo in the near future.
This will be backported to R80.20/R80.30 jumbos as well.

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Why there is no support for IPv6 in CPview ?

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Jozko Mrkvicka
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Not sure what the plan is for adding IPv6 support in cpview.
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Hi Phoneboy, and Adam,

 

Been two months since the last update. R80.40 Jumbo came out in March and doesn't have this fix.

 

Is there an ETA on a version with Top-connections back?

 

Also, in SmartView you get some weird results with source column resolving an IP or something to a weird string of characters that is definitely not a PTR lookup. Is there a way to turn off name resolution for SmartView so we can see the source IP?

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Just to update this thread: we've added this back to R80.40 JHF 69 and above.
Believe it will also be added to future R80.30 and R80.20 JHF releases. 

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Any updates on this fix for R80.30?

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Take 221:

PRJ-11045,
PRJ-11046,
ACCL-417
Gaia OS UPDATE: CPView Network -> Top-Protocols and Network -> Top-Connections tabs were added back. Refer to sk167903.

 

Thanks! 😄

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