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The usual instream network status reporting methods of network performance monitors require interaction by the user on a report-by-report basis to obtain current status on network performa
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Presentation of Network Status
The usual instream network status reporting methods of network
performance monitors require interaction by the user on a report-by-report basis
to obtain current status on network performa
The present method provides instream, non-demand network performance
status displays. Once initiated, the method provides an on-going rolling window
through which network performance can be viewed as it occurs. The method
includes the use of a software timer to synchronize instream data requests with
the displ of the status report and a graphic status display that is automatically
refreshed at the end of each time interval to give an on-going current
performance status report.
The logic flow of non-demand network status reporting is as follows: 1.
Status Request: The user initiates a status report request by selecting the
network performance subject for which status reports are to be displayed. Once
the subject has been selected, normally from a subject menu, the time interval for
reporting is also specified and then the request is submitted. 2. Data Interface:
A synchronizer initiates a timer based on the time interval entered by the user.
Communication is then established with an instream performance data interface
and data is solicited on a time interval basis. As data updates are received, the
status display function is alerted. 3. Status Display: When alerted, the status
display function picks up the data update from the synchronizer and gene...