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Internal Drop Trends

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The Internal Drop Trends report shows internal packet drop trends for a single selected appliance. The charts that are displayed will vary according to the cause of the drop.

Charts are available in real time or for a specific time period. Real time charts show drops over the last five minutes and refresh every five seconds.

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You can customize the chart settings using the controls at the top of the tab, as follows:

Option Description
Time period Click Real Time to enable live statistics for all available interfaces.

Click a predefined time period (1h, 4h, 1d, 7d) to display statistics over the last hour, four hours, day, or seven days.

Click Custom and set your own custom time range to display statistics for that time period.
Show in UTC Click this option to toggle chart times between local appliance time or UTC.
Large Click this option to toggle the size of the charts between smaller (default) and large.
Lock Scale By default, each chart uses its own scale that is relative to the data displayed. Click this option to apply and lock the same scale to each chart.
Refresh

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Click the Refresh button to fetch data again for the selected time period.
Granularity When a custom time period is used, select the granularity level to be applied to charts (Minute, Hour, or Day).

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