Tunnel Routing (TR) is FortiWAN’s important function used to construct intranets between multiple LANs anywhere in the world. Tunnel Routing also boosts performance by supporting link aggregation and fault tolerance over multiple links for services such as VPN and live video streaming. A Tunnel Group represents the configuration of Tunnel Routing on FortiWAN between two specific sites; it includes related internal IP addresses of both sites and routing policies between sites (See “Tunnel Routing”).
The TR Reliability report shows the statistics on the failures happened on FortiWAN’s TR links. Please reference FortiWAN User Manual for more information about Tunnel Routing.
Create a report for a specific day or over a range of dates (See “Create a Report”).
Export reports and send reports through email (See “Export and Email”). Statistics Table
- Group: Tunnel Group configured on FortiWAN; the failed TR link belongs to. Select “Group” as primary sorting via clicking on the column title “Group”.
- Local IP: Local IP address of the failed TR link in the Tunnel Group. Select “Local IP” as primary sorting via clicking on the column title “Local IP”.
- Remote IP: Remote IP address of the failed TR link in the Tunnel Group. Select “Remote IP” as primary sorting via clicking on the column title “Remote IP”.
- Fails: the count of failures occurring on the IP pair in this Tunnel Group for the reporting period. l Drill in: Click to check the status (OK and Fail) of the TR link (See “Drill In”).
- Note: A “▲” or “▼” is shown aside the column header while the column is selected as primary sorting, e.g. Group ▲. The sorting order will be switched by clicking on the same column header.
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