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Dashboard (SRX Series)

The Dashboard, the J-Web GUI interface framework on the SRX Series devices, is based on panes. Each pane acts a separate frame that can be viewed, dragged, minimized, maximized, or hidden. The J-Web user interface panes include Chassis View, System Identification, Resource Utilization, Security Resources, System Alarms, File Usage, Login Sessions, Chassis Status, Storage Usage, and Threat Activity.

Note: Threat Activity pane is not available on SRX1400, SRX3400, SRX3600, SRX5600 and SRX5800 devices.

The Chassis View and several informational panes are displayed by default. To customize the page to include particular panes, click the Open Preferences Dialog icon at the top-right corner of the page to open Dashboard Preferences. From Dashboard Preferences, you can also set the refresh time interval for automatically updating the data on the system properties.

Table 4 describes the various options in the Dashboard Preferences list and their corresponding functions.

Table 4: Dashboard Information

Field

Function

Chassis View

Provides a graphical representation of the hardware chassis.

Displays the front or rear panel view of the device and shows which slots are occupied. When you insert or remove a card, the Chassis View reflects the change immediately.

Port colors change to indicate the port link status. For example, the ge port LED is green and steadily on when the port is up and red when the port is down.

Displays Help tips when you hover the mouse over a port.

System Identification

Provides system details such as serial number of the software, hostname, software version, system uptime, and system time.

Resource Utilization

Provides a graphical representation of the CPU, memory, and storage used for both the data and the control planes.

Note: The CPU control also shows the load average value for 1 minute when you mouse over CPU Control.

Security Resources

Provides the maximum, configured, and activated number of session, firewall/VPN policies, and IPsec VPNs.

System Alarms

Provides details such as the received time, severity, and description of the alarms.

File Usage

Provides current space requirements for log, temporary, crash, and database files.

Click Maintain to download or delete some or all of these files.

Login Sessions

Provides details such as the user credentials, login time, idle time, and host.

Chassis Status

Provides the component temperature and fan tray details of the system. Select View Chassis Status to navigate to Monitor>System View>Chassis information for more details.

Storage Usage

Provides details such as used and available storage space and usage information about other system components.

Threat Activity

Provides information about the most current threats received on the device.


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