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Viewing Google Cloud Resources through CSP Looking Glass

This topic describes the Cloud Service Provider (CSP) Looking Glass that provides visibility into your Google cloud resources.

Google Cloud resources

The information displayed in the Looking Glass for Google Cloud resources represent an interconnect attachment (VLAN) resource.

To view Google Cloud resources

  1. Choose Tools > CSP Looking Glass and select Google Cloud from the View Resources drop-down list.
  2. Click a resource name for details.

Google Cloud Resources

This table describes the resources and their meaning.

Resource Description
Admin Enabled Displays whether this attachment will carry packets.
Bandwidth Displays the provisioned bandwidth capacity for the attachment.
Candidate Subnets Displays the candidate prefixes used to restrict the allocation of Cloud Router IP Address and Customer Router IP Address.
Cloud Router IP Address Displays the IPv4 and prefix length configured on the cloud router subinterface for this attachment.
Cloud Router IPV6 Address Displays the IPv6 address and prefix length configured on the cloud router interface for this attachment.
Creation Timestamp Displays the creation timestamp in RFC3339 text format.
Customer Router IP Address Displays the IPv4 and prefix length configured on the customer router subinterface for this attachment.
Customer Router Address Displays the IPv4 and prefix length configured on the customer router subinterface for this attachment.
Customer Router IPV6 Address Displays the IPv4 and prefix length configured on the customer router subinterface for this attachment.
Dataplane Version Displays the dataplane version for this attachment.
Description Displays the resource description.
Edge Availability Domain Displays the desired availability domain for a partner interconnect.
Encryption Indicates the user-supplied encryption option of the attachment. The possible values are:

NONE - This is the default value, which means that the VLAN attachment carries unencrypted traffic.

IPSEC - The attachment carries only encrypted traffic that is encrypted by an IPsec device.
ID Displays the unique identifier for the resource.
Interconnect Displays the URL of the underlying interconnect object that this attachment’s traffic will traverse through.
IPsec Internal Addresses Displays a list of URLs of addresses that have been reserved for the VLAN attachment using IPsec.
Kind Displays the type of resource.
MTU Displays the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) value of the attachment. To use the 1500-byte MTU, the VPC network using the attachment must have an MTU set to 1500. In addition, the on-premises VMs and routers must have an MTU set to 1500. If your network has the default MTU of 1460, the field must be 1440.
Name Displays the attachment name.
Operational Status Displays the current status of the interconnect attachment. The possible states are:

OS_ACTIVE - The attachment has been turned up and is ready to use.

OS_UNPROVISIONED - The attachment is not ready to use because turnup isn’t complete.
Pairing Key Displays the shared pairing key used to initiate provisioning between the partner and Google. Treat the pairing key as sensitive information.
Partner ASN Displays the BGP ASN for the router supplied by a Layer 3 partner if they configured BGP on behalf of the customer.
Private Interconnect Info Displays information specific to this attachment when the interconnect it is connected to is dedicated.
Region Displays the URL of the region where the regional interconnect attachment resides.
Router Displays the URL of the cloud router used for dynamic routing.
Satisfies PZS Displays true if the resource satisfies the zone separation organization policy constraints and false if it does not.
Self Link Displays the server-defined URL for the resource.
Stack Type Displays the stack type for this internet attachment that identifies whether the IPv6 feature is enabled.
State Displays the current state of the attachment’s functionality. The possible states are:

PENDING_PARTNER - A newly created request for a connection is pending.

ACTIVE - The attachment is configured and is ready to use.

UNPROVISIONED - The attachment is not ready to use because configuration is not complete.

DEFUNCT - The attachment was deleted externally and is no longer functional. This could be because the associated interconnect was removed, or because the other side of a partner attachment was deleted. Billing is stopped.

PARTNER_REQUEST_RECEIVED - The attachment is in the process of provisioning after an attachment was created that references it.

PENDING_CUSTOMER - An attachment is waiting for a customer to activate it.
Type Displays this interconnect attachment, which is one of these values:

DEDICATED - An attachment to a dedicated interconnect.

PARTNER - An attachment to a partner interconnect created by the customer.

PARTNER_PROVIDED - An attachment to a Partner Interconnect created by the partner.
VLAN Tag 8021q Displays the IEEE 802.1q tag for this attachment.
Force Send Fields .
Null Fields .

Last update: 2022-12-08