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Gateways—Sessions Tab

The Sessions tab displays the following information:

Session Summary—Displays a summary of all the running sessions.

Sessions—Displays filtered session information.

The following details are displayed in the Session Summary pane:

Current entries—Displays the number of current and active entries.

Max entries—Displays the total entries made with the time period.

High watermark—Displays the highest number of active entries.

Allocation failures—Displays the number of failed allocations.

Denied entries—Displays the number of entries that were denied.

The Sessions pane displays information filtered by the IP Address entered in the text box.


Click the Settings icon to reset or set the default columns that are displayed.

Click the Filter icon and enter the keyword or ip address to filter the information.

The Session table displays information about:

Application—Displays the list of applications.

Source IP—Displays the source IP address.

Destination IP—Displays the destination IP address.

Protocol—Displays the communication protocol used.

Source port —Displays the source port number.

Dest port —Displays the destination port number used by the application.

Action—Displays the application specific action.

Flags—Displays the applied flags. Hover over the information icon to see the Legend for the flag description.

Packets—Displays the number of packets.

Bytes—Displays the amount of data (in bytes and mega bytes) consumed by the application.

State—Displays the connection state of the application. The state can either be Active, Inactive, or Denied.

Start Time—Displays the start time.

Receive Time—Displays the receive time.

WEBCC Category—Displays the WEBCC category.

WEBCC Reputation—Displays the WEBCC reputation.

WEBCC Score—Displays the WEBCC score.

Application Category—Displays the application category.

To view additional information of individual sessions click the drop down icon to expand and display session specific information. The following information is displayed:


User role—Displays the user role name.

User policy rule (ACE)—Displays the user policy rule.

Start time—Displays the session start time.

Receive time—Displays the session receive time.

WebCC category—Displays the WebCC categorization.

WebCC reputation—Displays the site reputation.

Application category—Displays the application category.


Uplink interface—Displays the uplink interface details.

Uplink VLAN—Displays the uplink VLANVirtual Local Area Network. In computer networking, a single Layer 2 network may be partitioned to create multiple distinct broadcast domains, which are mutually isolated so that packets can only pass between them through one or more routers; such a domain is referred to as a Virtual Local Area Network, Virtual LAN, or VLAN. details.

Tunnel—Displays the tunnel details.

Matching PBR

Policy Name (RACL)—Displays the policy name.

Policy Rule (RACE)—Displays the policy rule.

Dynamic Path Selection (DPS)

Policy name—Displays the policy name.

Path preference—Displays the path interface details.

Compliance—Displays the compliance details.

Matching Policy Rule—Displays the matching policy rule.


Matching PBRPolicy-based Routing. PBR provides a flexible mechanism for forwarding data packets based on polices configured by a network administrator. and Dynamic Path Selection (DPS) tables require SD-WANSoftware-Defined Wide Area Network. SD-WAN is an application for applying SDN technology to WAN connections that connect enterprise networks across disparate geographical locations. version or higher.

Figure 1  Session summary and session information

Figure 2  Session Details