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    Viewing the Performance Graphs of a Managed Device

    You can view the performance graphs of a managed device by using the Devices workspace. Performance graphs display the resources that are used on a managed device and the data collected from the managed device in a graphical format. For more information about network monitoring graphs, charts, and reports available in Junos Space Platform, refer to Network Monitoring Reports Overview.

    Note: You must be assigned appropriate privileges to execute this task.

    To view the performance graphs of a managed device:

    1. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform user interface, select Devices > Device Management.

      The Devices page that appears displays all the devices managed by Junos Space Platform.

    2. Right-click a device whose performance graphs you need to view and select Device Monitoring > View Performance Graphs.

      The View Performance Graphs page appears. This page displays the categories of data available for the selected device. The categories include SNMP Node Data, SNMP Interface Data, Response Time, BGP Peer, OSPF Area Info, and Response Time.

    3. (Optional) To select specific categories, interfaces, or resources, click Select All (at the bottom-left corner of the page).
    4. (Optional) To clear selected categories, interfaces, or resources, click Clear Selection (at the bottom-left corner of the page).

      All categories, interfaces, or resources you selected are cleared.

    5. To view data for all categories:
      1. Click Graph All (at the bottom right of the page).

        The View Performance Graphs page displays graphs for all selected categories. By default, the graphs display the data from the previous day.

      2. (Optional) To change the period of time, select the appropriate time period from the Time Period field at the top of the page.

        The options available are Last day, Last week, Last month, Last Year, and Custom.

        If you select Custom:

        1. Enter the start time (month, date, year, and time) in the Start Time field.
        2. Enter the end time (month, date, year, and time) in the End Time field.
        3. Click Apply Custom Time Period.

          The data is refreshed to reflect the time period specified.

    6. To view data for a specific category or interface:
      1. Select the check box corresponding to the category or interface.
      2. Click Graph Selection (at the bottom of the page).

        The View Performance Graphs page displays graphs for the selected category or interface. By default, the graphs display the data from the previous day.

      3. (Optional) To change the period of time, select the appropriate time period from the Time Period field at the top of the page.

        The options available are Last day, Last week, Last month, Last Year, and Custom.

        If you select Custom:

        1. Enter the start time (month, date, year, and time) in the Start Time field.
        2. Enter the end time (month, date, year, and time) in the End Time field.
        3. Click Apply Custom Time Period.

          The data is refreshed to reflect the time period specified.

    7. To search and view data for specific resources (categories or interfaces):
      1. Click Search (at the bottom right of the page).

        The Search for Node field is displayed.

      2. Enter a text string to identify the resources of the device that you want to view and click OK.

        The View Performance Graphs page that appears displays the filtered view.

      3. Select the check box corresponding to the category or interface.
      4. Click Graph Selection (at the bottom of the page).

        The View Performance Graphs page displays graphs for the selected category or interface. By default, the graphs display the data from the previous day.

    8. Click Back (at the top-left of the page) to return to the Device Management page.

    Modified: 2016-03-03