Overview of Application Monitor under Real-Time Monitor in Dashboard
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This article gives overview of Application Monitor under Real-Time Monitor in Dashboard.
The Applications data flow provides a visual representation of the current applications accessing the network.
Options are available to Display, Scale and View the Application interface.
|Lock|| ||Locks the Display options for the Application interface.The lock and unlock option is available when you select “Most Frequent Apps.” Most Frequent Apps displays the top-25 apps, you can use the lock or unlock option to keep the report from altering the top-25 apps.|
|Unlock|| ||Unlock the Display options for the Application interface.|
|IP Version|| ||Select the desired Internet Protocol version to display. A drop menu allows the administrator to specify IPv4 Only, IPv6 Only, or IPv4 and IPv6.|
|Application Display|| ||Specifies the applications displayed in the Application Flow Chart.|
A drop menu allows the administrator to specify Most Frequent Apps, All Apps, or individual applications. If desired, multiple applications can be selected by clicking more than one check box.
|Scale|| ||Allows for Auto Y-Scaling or customized scaling of the Application Flow Chart.|
The values for customized scaling must be a numeric integer.
Specifying a unit is optional. If a unit is desired, these are the available options:
K for Kilo.
M for Mega.
G for Giga.
% for percentage.
If a custom scale of 100Kbps is desired, then “100K” should be entered. The numeric integer 100 is entered followed by the unit K.
|Bar Graph|| ||Displays the Applications data in a bar graph format.|
|Flow Chart|| ||Displays the Applications data in a flow chart format.|
Administrators are able to view the Application flow charts in a bar graph format or flow chart format.
Bar Graph: The bar graph format displays applications individually, allowing administrators to compare applications. In this graph, the x-axis displays the name of the applications. The y-axis displays the amount of traffic for each application.
Flow Chart: The flow chart format displays stacked application data. In this graph, the x-axis displays the current time and the y-axis displays the traffic for each application.