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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Table View

You monitor SD-WAN networks in Table View. You can monitor all devices, or you can drill-down to view details of individual devices.

When you view details for individual devices, the graphs reflect both the static underlay and overlay interfaces as well as dynamic interfaces, such as ADVPN or shortcuts when used.

To monitor SD-WAN with Table View:
  1. Click Table View to view the SD-WAN parameters for each device.

    The following columns of information are shown for each device:

    Device

    Name of the device.

    SD-WAN Interface

    Interface members.

    Upload

    Volume of data transmitted up stream

    Download

    Volume of data transmitted down stream.

    Applications

    Add or remove the Applications from the Services Settings drop-down. The data is shown for the selected applications. The applications are specified in SD-WAN Rules > Destination type > Internet Service in FortiGate.

    Automatic Refresh

    FortiManager extracts the data from FortiGate devices based on the refresh settings. Select the automatic refresh interval from Every 5 Minutes to Every 30 Minutes.

    Alternatively, you can select Manual Refresh to refresh the data manually.

    Hover over a service for a device that is shown in red. A pop-up shows the parameters that have failed the SLA criteria.

  2. Click the device name to display graphs of its details.

    By default, SD-WAN Monitoring History is disabled. When this feature is disabled, data for only the last 10 minutes is displayed. You can refresh to view the data directly from FortiGate devices. No historical data is stored in FortiManager when this feature is disabled.

    See also Enabling SD-WAN monitoring history.

  3. Hover over the charts to view additional details.
  4. The SD-WAN Rules widget includes the following features:
    • Rule statuses are indicated by color. Red interfaces indicate that the interface is down and the rule is inactive.
    • Active (referred to as selected) interfaces are identified with check mark icon in the SD-WAN Rules table. You can see why an interface is selected by hovering your mouse over the interface.
    • View interface statistics, including SLAs tied to that interface, upstream and downstream bandwidth, IP addresses, link speed, and more.
  5. In the toolbar, click the Go Back arrow to exit the pane.

Table View

You monitor SD-WAN networks in Table View. You can monitor all devices, or you can drill-down to view details of individual devices.

When you view details for individual devices, the graphs reflect both the static underlay and overlay interfaces as well as dynamic interfaces, such as ADVPN or shortcuts when used.

To monitor SD-WAN with Table View:
  1. Click Table View to view the SD-WAN parameters for each device.

    The following columns of information are shown for each device:

    Device

    Name of the device.

    SD-WAN Interface

    Interface members.

    Upload

    Volume of data transmitted up stream

    Download

    Volume of data transmitted down stream.

    Applications

    Add or remove the Applications from the Services Settings drop-down. The data is shown for the selected applications. The applications are specified in SD-WAN Rules > Destination type > Internet Service in FortiGate.

    Automatic Refresh

    FortiManager extracts the data from FortiGate devices based on the refresh settings. Select the automatic refresh interval from Every 5 Minutes to Every 30 Minutes.

    Alternatively, you can select Manual Refresh to refresh the data manually.

    Hover over a service for a device that is shown in red. A pop-up shows the parameters that have failed the SLA criteria.

  2. Click the device name to display graphs of its details.

    By default, SD-WAN Monitoring History is disabled. When this feature is disabled, data for only the last 10 minutes is displayed. You can refresh to view the data directly from FortiGate devices. No historical data is stored in FortiManager when this feature is disabled.

    See also Enabling SD-WAN monitoring history.

  3. Hover over the charts to view additional details.
  4. The SD-WAN Rules widget includes the following features:
    • Rule statuses are indicated by color. Red interfaces indicate that the interface is down and the rule is inactive.
    • Active (referred to as selected) interfaces are identified with check mark icon in the SD-WAN Rules table. You can see why an interface is selected by hovering your mouse over the interface.
    • View interface statistics, including SLAs tied to that interface, upstream and downstream bandwidth, IP addresses, link speed, and more.
  5. In the toolbar, click the Go Back arrow to exit the pane.