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Network Health Dashboard

The Network Health dashboard displays information of the network sorted by site. This dashboard displays information on network devices and WAN connectivity of individual sites.

To launch the Network Health dashboard, complete the following procedure:

  1. In the Network Operations app, set the filter to Global.
  2. Under Manage, click Overview > Network Health to launch the Network Health dashboard.

The Network Health dashboard has two views, you can toggle between them by clicking on the view icons.

  • Summary— This view displays the vital network information of individual sites on cards mapped by geographical location. Sites are marked with location pins—green pin for a site with no issues and red pin for a site with potential issues. Hover over a pin to view more details about a site in a card view. When there are multiple sites in a region and cannot be displayed as individual pins on the map view, they appear as numbers on a round pin in the condensed view. The pin color is red if it has one site in the Down status and green if all the sites are Up. Click the pin to zoom in and view the sites on the map.

    The pin on the map changes to red when the value in one of the following parameters in the List view is greater than zero for the Down status:

    • Number of devices
      • Status
      • High Mem Usage
      • High CPU Usage
      • High CH Utilization
      • High Noise
    • Uplink Status
    • Tunnels Status

    The following table lists the information displayed in a Network health card:

    Table 1: Network Health Card

    Item

    Description

    User experience

    Displays the user experience of the devices in the site. This information is displayed when there is at least one UXI sensor deployed in a site. Clicking on the User experience redirects you to the UXI dashboard for further troubleshooting. The UXI Dashboard allows you to configure and manage UXI sensors. For more information, see User Experience Insight Sensors Integration.

    Insights

    Displays the number of AI Insight reports available for the site. The reports are organized by degree- High, Medium, and Low depending on the number of events in the network.

    Devices

    Displays the number of connected and Offline APs for the site. Clicking on one of the numbers redirects you to the Devices dashboard page of the site.

    Clients

    Displays the number of connected and failed clients for the last three hours. Clicking on one of the numbers redirects you to the Clients dashboard page of the site.

    RF Coverage

    Provides a link to view or configure the floorplan for the site. Clicking on the Floorplan redirects you to the floor plans page of the site

    Uplinks

    Displays the uplink connectivity status of devices in the site. This information is displayed when there is at least one uplink in the site.

    Tunnels

    Displays the connectivity status of tunnels in the site. This information is displayed when there is at least one tunnel in the site.

    High Mem usage

    Displays the number of devices with high memory utilization in the site. This information is displayed when there is at least one device with high memory utilization in the site.

    High CPU usage

    Displays the number of devices with high CPU usage in the site. This information is displayed when there is at least one device with high CPU usage in the site.

    High CH utilization

    Displays the number of APs with a higher channel utilization in the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz radio bands. This information is displayed when there is at least one AP with a higher channel utilization in the 5 GHz or 2.4 GHz radio bands in the site.

    High noise utilization

    Displays the number of APs with high RF noise in the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands. This information is displayed when there is at least one AP with a higher noise utilization in the 5 GHz or 2.4 GHz radio bands in the site.

  • List—This view displays the global network report in a list sorted according to individual sites. Clicking on the site name will take you to the Site Health dashboard page. The data columns listed in the page can be managed by clicking on the hamburger icon () on the right of the column header. The report can be filtered by clicking on the filter labels below the column name. Selecting a filter label filters the results based on the field values of the column is ascending or descending order, sites with zero issues will not be displayed. The order of the results displayed can be toggled by clicking the or icon beside the filter.

    The Network Health dashboard displays the information listed in the table below.

    Table 2: Network Health Dashboard

    Header

    Description

    Site Name

    The name of the site. Clicking on the site name will take you to the Site Health dashboard page (Site > Overview > Site Health tab). To search for a site by name, click on the Site Name label and enter the name of the site.

    AI Insights

    Displays the number of AI Insight reports available for the site. The reports are organized by degree- High, Medium, and Low depending on the number of events in the network.

    Number of Devices

    Status

    The number of devices that are in Up or Down state in a site. Click the List icon and hover your mouse over a field in the column to view the following details:

    • WLAN Devices Down
    • Wired Devices Down
    • Branch Devices Down

    High Memory Usage

    The number of devices with high memory utilization in the site. Click the List icon and hover your mouse over a field in the column to view the following details:

    • WLAN High Memory
    • Wired High Memory
    • Branch High Memory

    High CPU Usage

    The number of devices with high CPU usage in the site. Click the List icon and hover your mouse over a field in the column to view the following details:

    • WLAN CPU High
    • Wired CPU High
    • Branch CPU High

    High CH Utilization

    The number of APs with a higher channel utilization in the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz radio bands.

    Clients

    Displays the number of connected and failed clients for the site.

    High Noise

    The number of APs with high RF noise in the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands.

    WAN

    Uplink Status

    Displays the uplink connectivity status of devices in the site. The data is classified into two columns: devices with no issues and devices with no uplink connectivity.

    Tunnel Status

    Displays the connectivity status of tunnels in the site. The data is classified into two columns: tunnels with no issues and tunnels with no connectivity.