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Tunnels Bandwidth

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The Tunnel Bandwidth chart shows the tunnels that are sending the most bytes—that is, the most active tunnels.

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Show Underlays

Underlays are actual IPSec tunnels and physical paths taken (such as MPLS). Overlays are logical tunnels created for different traffic types and policies (such as VoIP).

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Traceroute

This shows trace route information between the tunnel source and destination IP addresses. It shows intermediate hops, their IP addresses, and the latency between each hop.

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Live View

Live View shows the live bandwidth, loss, latency, and jitter on all the tunnels. For an overlay, it also shows live tunnel states—Up, Browned Out, or Down.

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LiveView shows in real time how synergy is created to maintain coverage. The real-time chart shows the SD-WAN overlay at the top and the underlay networks at the bottom. The overlay is green and is delivering consistent application performance while both underlays are in persistent brown-out state.


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