This report shows the statistics of traffic passed through FortiWAN by Traffic Rate.
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”).
- X axis: Time between 00:00 to 23:59 (of a selected date). Days from start to end if Date Range specified (max 90 days). l Y axis: Bandwidth in Kbps or Mbps. l Green indicates inbound data rate. l Blue indicates outbound data rate.
- Clicking on Both, In or Out buttons at the right upper corner of the graph allows you to see bandwidth distribution in different directions:
- Both: Displays both inbound and outbound bandwidth distribution. l In: Displays only inbound bandwidth distribution. l Out: Displays only outbound bandwidth distribution. l Moving the mouse over the graph will display time, date and corresponding traffic distribution.
- List the average inbound and outbound traffic rate distributed by the date range defined. This is the numerical presentation of the same information in the Bandwidth Distribution Charts.
- Time: The time periods or date ranges defined. l Inbound bps: The inbound traffic rate in the time periods or date ranges. l Outbound bps: The outbound traffic rate in the time periods or date ranges.
- Clicking the magnifier icon located under the “Drill in” column in the statistics table allows you to perform an additional ‘drill-down’ analysis on traffic for the selected Time period , shown by In Class, Out Class, WAN, Service, Internal IP, External IP, Internal Group and External Group via the selected Time period:
- In Class – In Classes that are associated within this time period. l Out Class – Out Classes that are associated within this time period. l WAN – WAN links that traffic passed through within this time period. l Service – Services (L3-L7) that are associated within this time period. l Internal IP – Any monitored internal IP addresses that are associated within this time period. l External IP – Any monitored external IP addresses that are associated within this time period.
- Internal Group – Any monitored internal IP group (set up under the Settings menu) that the internal IP addresses are associated within this time period.
- External Group – Any monitored external IP group (set up under the Settings menu) that the external IP addresses are associated within this time period.
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