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Monitor > Networking

 

The Monitor -> Networking pages give an overview of the networking traffic statistics and health of domains, projects within domains, virtual networks within projects, and virtual machines within virtual networks.

Monitor > Networking Menu Options

Figure 1 shows the menu options available under Monitor > Networking.

Figure 1: Monitor Networking Menu Options
Monitor Networking Menu
Options

Monitor > Networking > Dashboard

Select Monitor > Networking > Dashboard to gain insight into usage statistics for domains, virtual networks, projects, and virtual machines. When you select this option, the Traffic Statistics for Domain window is displayed as shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2: Traffic Statistics for Domain Window
Traffic Statistics for Domain
Window

Table 1 describes the fields in the Traffic Statistics for Domain window.

Table 1: Projects Summary Fields

Field

Description

Total Traffic In

The volume of traffic into this domain

Total Traffic Out

The volume of traffic out of this domain.

Inter VN Traffic In

The volume of inter-virtual network traffic into this domain.

Inter VN Traffic Out

The volume of inter-virtual network traffic out of this domain.

Projects

This chart displays the networks and interfaces for projects with the most throughput over the past 30 minutes. Click Projects then select Monitor > Networking > Projects, to display more detailed statistics.

Networks

This chart displays the networks for projects with the most throughput over the past 30 minutes. Click Networks then select Monitor > Networking > Networks, to display more detailed statistics.

Monitor > Networking > Projects

Select Monitor > Networking > Projects to see information about projects in the system. See Figure 3.

Figure 3: Monitor > Networking > Projects
Monitor > Networking > Projects

See Table 2 for descriptions of the fields on this screen.

Table 2: Projects Summary Fields

Field

Description

Projects

The name of the project. You can click the name to access details about connectivity for this project.

Networks

The volume of inter-virtual network traffic out of this domain.

Traffic In

The volume of traffic into this domain.

Traffic Out

The volume of traffic out of this domain.

Monitor Projects Detail

You can click any of the projects listed on the Projects Summary to get details about connectivity, source and destination port distribution, and instances. When you click an individual project, the Summary tab for Connectivity Details is displayed as shown in Figure 4. Hover over any of the connections to get more details.

Figure 4: Monitor Projects Connectivity Details
Monitor Projects Connectivity
Details

In the Connectivity Details window you can click the links between the virtual networks to view the traffic statistics between the virtual networks.

The Traffic Statistics information is also available when you select Monitor > Networking > Networks as shown in Figure 5.

Figure 5: Traffic Statistics Between Networks
Traffic Statistics Between
Networks

In the Connectivity Details window you can click the Instances tab to get a summary of details for each of the instances in this project.

Figure 6: Projects Instances Summary
Projects Instances Summary

See Table 3 for a description of the fields on this screen.

Table 3: Projects Instances Summary Fields

Field

Description

Instance

The name of the instance. Click the name then select Monitor > Networking > Instances to display details about the traffic statistics for this instance.

Virtual Network

The virtual network associated with this instance.

Interfaces

The number of interfaces associated with this instance.

vRouter

The name of the vRouter associated with this instance.

IP Address

Any IP addresses associated with this instance.

Floating IP

Any floating IP addresses associated with this instance.

Traffic (In/Out)

The volume of traffic in KB or MB that is passing in and out of this instance.

Select Monitor > Networking > Instances to display instance traffic statistics as shown in Figure 7.

Figure 7: Instance Traffic Statistics
Instance Traffic Statistics

Monitor > Networking > Networks

Select Monitor > Networking > Networks to view a summary of the virtual networks in your system. See Figure 8.

Figure 8: Network Summary
Network Summary

Table 4: Network Summary Fields

Field

Description

Network

The domain and network name of the virtual network. Click the arrow next to the name to display more information about the network, including the number of ingress and egress flows, the number of ACL rules, the number of interfaces, and the total traffic in and out.

Instances

The number of instances launched in this network.

Traffic (In/Out)

The volume of inter-virtual network traffic in and out of this network.

Throughput (In/Out)

The throughput of inter-virtual network traffic in and out of this network.

At Monitor > Networking > Networks you can click on the name of any of the listed networks to get details about the network connectivity, traffic statistics, port distribution, instances, and other details, by clicking the tabs across the top of the page.

Figure 9 shows the Summary tab for an individual network, which displays connectivity details and traffic statistics for the selected network.

Figure 9: Individual Network Connectivity Details—Summary Tab
Individual Network Connectivity Details—Summary
Tab

Figure 10 shows the Port Map tab for an individual network, which displays the relative distribution of traffic for this network by protocol, by port.

Figure 10: Individual Network-– Port Map Tab
Individual Network-– Port Map Tab

Figure 11 shows the Port Distribution tab for an individual network, which displays the relative distribution of traffic in and out by source port and destination port.

Figure 11: Individual Network-– Port Distribution Tab
Individual Network-– Port Distribution
Tab

Figure 12 shows the Instances tab for an individual network, which displays details for each instance associated with this network, including the number of interfaces, the associated vRouter, the instance IP address, and the volume of traffic in and out.

Additionally, you can click the arrow near the instance name to reveal even more details about the instance—the interfaces and their addresses, UUID, CPU (usage), and memory used of the total amount available.

Figure 12: Individual Network Instances Tab
Individual Network Instances Tab

Figure 13 shows the Details tab for an individual network, which displays the code used to define this network -–the User Virtual Environment (UVE) code.

Figure 13: Individual Network Details Tab
Individual Network Details Tab