Aggregate Port Pool Utilization
A summary of the aggregate port pool throughput per domain. Each domain is displayed in a separate graph with a separate line for each server port. You can see the individual components of these graphs on the particular device's component page
The following fields filter the results.
- Start Date / End Date
- The first and last dates of the range of dates to include in the report. To select a date from a calendar, click select. The default range is the week ending with the current date.
- Summary Type
- The type of summary that is to be displayed. Average is based on the 15-minute data collection, while Max is only taken once a day.
- Domain Filter
- A substring search of domains to include. A partial name matches all interface names that include it. You may also use a regular expression for this filter.
- Port Filter
- Select the type of ports to filter by. Options include ANY, Port Channels, Server Ports, and Stand Alone Ports.
- Traffic Type
- Type of traffic to display. Choose from ANY, Tx or Rx.
- Trendline Type
- The calculation used to determine the trendline. Only available selection is Linear.
To generate or refresh the report, click Update.
The following are some example scenarios that may be seen in graphs along with their corresponding description:
- If Switch-A to Fex-2 server ports shows a current value of 1G, the server ports that connect Switch A and Fex-2 transmit a total of 1Gbps, which includes both receiving and sending.
- If Switch-A to Chassis-1 server ports shows an average value of 2G, the server ports that connect Switch-A and Chassis-1 transmit an average of 2Gbps, which includes both receiving and sending.
- If Switch-B to Rack Server-1 server ports shows a maximum value of 5G, the server ports that connect Switch-B and Rack Server-1 transmit a total of 5Gbps, which includes both receiving and sending.