Monitoring > Tunnel Health > Jitter > Summary
Jitter chart shows the tunnels that have the most Jitter. Statistics are summarized for the selected time period. Jitter can be caused by congestion in the LAN, firewall routers, bottleneck access links, load sharing, route flapping, routing table updates, and timing drifts.
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