Enter a source and destination address and click Submit to identify the interfaces on the network that have seen traffic between the two addresses.
Click on Show Map button to see the path on a map (see Map>Layer 2).
The resulting table contains information from the source to the destination and back. The table has the following columns:
- Agent a switch/router on the path
- I/F In the input interface on the Agent
- I/F Out the output interface on the Agent
- MAC Source the source MAC address of packets monitored by Agent
- MAC Destination the destination MAC address of packets monitored by Agent
- VLAN In the VLAN associated with packets entering the Agent
- VLAN Out the VLAN associated with packets exiting the Agent
- Priority In the layer 2 priority of packets entering the Agent
- Priority Out the layer 2 priority of packets exiting the Agent
- TOS the IP TOS of packets transiting the Agent
- TTL the TTL of packets transiting the Agent
The table is sorted by TTL which places the agents in the approximate order in which packets traverse them.
Note: The path tables represent actual traffic measured. If devices in the path don't provide measurement data, then they will not be shown. If no traffic was sent seen between the two supplied addresses then no data will be returned.