Network Interface Central Display

This display is available for the following platforms: LINUX UNIX WINDOWS

Network data is provided through two different Displays, with each one based on the Prognosis Server platform:

MS Windows

The Network Interface Central Display shows local network interface statistics, including a list of each detected interface together with bandwidth, packets sent and received, errors, and queue length.

This Display can be accessed from the Windows Server Overview Display by clicking on the Network link in the 'Server Navigation' window.

Detailed statistics for a specific Network Interface can be obtained by drilling-down on the required item in the 'Interface' column of the All Local Interfaces Window. The subsequent Display will show three graphs for Health Monitor, Total MB/Sec and Total Packets/Sec.

Drilling-down on an element in either of the chart legends will open the Interface Manager Protocol Statistics Display. This Display provides statistics for TCP/IP, Net Bios over TCP/IP, ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol), UDP (User Datagram Protocol) and ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) Cache.

UNIX/Linux

The UNIX Network Interface Central Display shows local network interface statistics, including a list of each detected interface together with graphs showing Total Local Traffic Packet rate, Total Ports Open and a Health Monitor.

This Display can be accessed from the UNIX Server Overview Display by clicking on the Network link in the 'Server Navigation' window.

Detailed statistics for a specific Network Interface can be obtained by drilling-down on the required item in the 'Interface' column of the All Local Interfaces Window. The subsequent Display will show detailed packet information together with two graphs for Packets/Sec traffic and Health Monitor.

Drilling-down on an item in the legend of the 'Total Ports Open' graph will open the Ports Open Monitor Display. This Display shows details 'Well Known Services' and their associated ports together with listings of active Listening Ports and Connected Ports.

Reports

The Network Reports link at the top of the UNIX Network Interface Central Display provides access to a range of Network Reports providing Packet and Error data from the last hour through to the last year. These reports utilize the 'Trouble Shooting' and 'Capacity Planning' databases that are running by default.

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