FortiWAN WAN Traffic Report

WAN Traffic

The WAN Traffic report shows the traffic distribution of every FortiWAN’s WAN link by the date range defined. This report will help you to determine if WAN links are capable for the data volumes.

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”). WAN Traffic Distribution

  • Traffic distributions of every WAN links are presented individually. l 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.

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