The Monitor tab shows the summary and granular information of for your devices, along with their network health and service information:
The Summary subtab has seven tiles to show you activity for your network (devices and organizations):
The Tenant Summary tile shows the number of core elements associated and devices for your organization:
To view the tenant information as a table, click Detail on the Tenant Summary tile. (To return to tile view, click Back.)
The Map View tile shows the location of your organization's controllers, branches, and hubs:
The Tenant Health tile shows summary information of all of your organization's devices:
To view more information, click the row, then:
The Recent Events tile shows all the alarms across your organization and its devices. Alarms have multiple levels: critical, major, minor, indeterminate, and warning. For details on an alarm type (including the devices with that alarm), click the bubble for that alarm.
The System Summary tile shows of the number of devices, along with their hardware and software version information.
To get additional information, click the row.
The Application Activity tile shows the top 10 applications used on the device based on these parameters:
To view application activity statistics:
The Services tile shows the total number of services turned on for your organization and associated devices.
Use the Devices subtab to get an overview of your appliances: view a list of your appliances, then get more information about each appliance, such as services on the appliance, etc.
The appliance list shows your deployed appliances and whether they are reachable from the Director. You can also view the deployed configuration and take a snapshot or restore the appliance configuration should you change it.
To view the appliance list, click the Monitor tab, then click the Devices subtab. (You can also view the appliance list by clicking the Configuration tab, and then Devices.)
To view a summary of one of your appliances, click the blue hyerlink for the appliance (in the Name column).
Use the sections below to explore the information available for each appliance:
To view a snapshot of the device, click the Summary subtab. Versa Director shows the following tiles to summarize the device:
The Services subtab is a quick way to get information from a branch FlexVNF without having to sign in to the CLI and run a command. This is useful for an operations teams to track down an issue as well as for daily operational tasks—including looking at traffic flows or seeing the health of IPSec tunnels. The items shown on the Services subtab fall under two categories: Services and Networking.
Allows you to look at any session tables for SDWAN, CGNAT, and NFGW and to search across all session tables.
Click the eyeball to view the configured IP address, VRF, interface status, and type.
App QoS Policies—layer 2–7 QoS policies and their hit count, forward packets/bytes, dropped packets/bytes.
Interfaces—shows the CoS interface details. The details include the transmitted and received packets, number of transmitted packets per second, number of transmitted packets dropped, number of received packets per second, number of received packets dropped, number of transmitted bytes per second, and the number of bytes dropped in transmission.
QoS Policies—layer 2–4 QoS policies and their hit count, forward packets/bytes, dropped packets/bytes.
Collector Groups (showing status)
Collectors (showing status)
Collectors (showing statistics)
The system tab displays the following information about the local FlexVNF.
As a part of the troubleshooting process, Versa Networks exposes the following toolsets using the Monitor tab.