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.
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 the Display options for the Application interface.
Select the desired Internet Protocol version to display. A drop menu allows the administrator to specify IPv4 Only, IPv6 Only, or IPv4 and IPv6.
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.
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.
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.