Network-path overview

The network-path overview shows in tabular form the lines and points or their fibers and connectors that are affected by the network path.

Network-path overview

Clicking on the “Network-path overview” button in the General tab of the service form creates the network-path overview.


1. The number in the fiber/wire path denotes the number of fiber paths that belong to the network path. If several network paths are occupied by the same service, the network-path info lists the fiber paths one after the other and distinguishes them by the number in the fiber path.
2. This column indicates the number of steps in the network path that have been completed up to this point. The numbering begins with 1.
3. The preceding elements are also required for tracking the network path. This column shows the sequential number of the predecessor Only the first element of the network path has no predecessor and is marked with “0”.
4. Display of the name of the element (point or line).
5. Display of the point or line type at the respective point on the network path.
6. Display of the detailed designation of the elements. Inactive splices or patches are highlighted in color.
7. Displays the name of the element.
8. Displays the number of the connector/pin or fiber/wire element (e.g., fiber = 14 means the 14th fiber in the cable).
9. Display of the fiber/wire or connector/pin type.
10. Displays the length of the element (for line elements).
11. Displays the higher-layer line element / higher-layer point element.
12. Here you can find information about the installation location.
13. The switching point to which the higher-layer point is assigned is displayed.
14. Display of the service that has been connected to the element.
15. Whether the element is active or not is displayed.

Information about the options in the upper part of the overview can be found here.