The Networking screen provides a comprehensive view of the health of your virtual IP addresses (VIPs).
Figure 1 - Networking tab
There are two sub-pages for the Networking interface: Networks and Service Addresses.
The Networks tab lists the networks currently deployed on your cluster. This is the main view, by default.
If you click on the name of a network, you can see the Networks detail page, with two tabs: Tasks and Details.
Figure 2 - Networks detail
The Tasks tab lists the following information:
|Container IP||IP address of the container.|
|Port Mappings||Host port to container port mapping, if it exists.|
The Details tab lists the following information:
|Name||Name of the virtual network.|
|IP Subnet||IP subnet of the network.|
Service Addresses tab
The Service Addresses tab displays a summary of the statistics for each network service address:
Figure 3 - Service Addresses tab
|Name||Apache® Mesos® DNS name.|
|Successes||Number of successful requests.|
|Failures||Number of failed requests.|
|Failure %||Failure rate.|
|P99 Latency||P99 latency means that 99% of the requests should be faster than given latency. In other words only 1% of the requests are allowed to be slower.|
Service Addresses detail tabs
If you click on the name of a running service, you will access the Backends page, which will display more detail about the performance of the specified network.
Figure 4 - Backends page
The same information found in the Service Addresses page is displayed, but with a graphical representation and more detail.
If you click on the Name of the local IP address, you will access information about any clients.
Figure 5 - Service Addresses detail page showing clients
Creating a VIP
DC/OS can map traffic from a single Virtual IP (VIP) to multiple IP addresses and ports.
For detailed information on creating a virtual IP, see the Networking documentation.