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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W -

Index

A

accounts in NAM Traffic Manager, managing 1-7

address filters, using to capture settings 6-8

administration (see system administration) 2-1

Alarm

e-mail addresses 3-93

Alarm events

last sent 3-81

Alarm events table 3-81

alarms, viewing 7-1

alarm logs, overview 7-1

NAM log, viewing 7-2

switch log, viewing 7-2

alarm thresholds, setting 3-80

NAM MIB thresholds 3-83

deleting 3-86

editing 3-86

switch thresholds 3-89

creating 3-90

deleting 3-92

editing 3-91

syslog, setting up 3-89

All button 3-7

application data, viewing 4-14

application protocols, capturing data for 4-11, 4-16

detail

by protocol 4-10, 4-15

cumulative 4-14

packets and bytes collected

by protocol 4-9, 4-14

cumulative 4-13, 4-18

real-time data in graphical format 4-11, 4-16

reports

Application report, creating 5-4

Application table reports 4-11, 4-17

tables and charts useful in

Applications Cumulative Data table 4-13, 4-18

Applications Current Rates table 4-9, 4-14

TopN Applications chart 4-11, 4-17

Application Response Time report

creating 5-4

Applications Cumulative Data table, using 4-13, 4-18

details 4-14

packets and bytes collected 4-13, 4-18

Applications Current Rates table, using 4-9, 4-14

application protocol data, capturing 4-11, 4-16

details for specific protocol, viewing 4-10, 4-15

real-time data, viewing 4-11, 4-16

reports 4-11, 4-17

ART 4-71, 4-76, 4-87

audience for this document xvi

Audit trail 2-26

B

browser response time and display, troubleshooting A-13

C

Capture Analysis

drill down 6-23

Capture buffer

maximum buffer size 6-5

Capture data

storage 2-19

Capture Files

Analyze button 6-23

capturing data 1-10, 6-1

application protocols 4-11, 4-16

capture buffer

displaying data in 1-8

downloading to a file 6-22

capture settings, configuring 6-3

using a custom filter 6-10

using an address filter 6-8

using a protocol filter 6-9

client/server response time 4-85, 4-89

custom capture filters, setting up 6-27

creating 6-27

deleting 6-30

editing 6-30

custom decode filters, setting up 6-31

creating 6-31

deleting 6-35

editing 6-35

host conversations 4-43

network hosts current rates 4-35

packet decode information, viewing 6-11

protocol decode information, viewing 6-14

response time 4-85, 4-89

server detail 4-81

server response time 4-81

cautions

regarding

local database web users, deleting all A-3

NAM community strings, deleting 2-15

switch string and read-write community string matching 3-32

significance of xvii

Client/Server Response Time table, using 4-83

data, capturing 4-85, 4-89

detail 4-85, 4-89

reports 4-85, 4-89

Client/Server Response Time Top N chart, using 4-86

collection (see data collection, setting up) 1-6

collections

creating 1-11

common navigation and control elements (table) 1-4

community switch strings, setting and viewing 3-32

configuring NAM Traffic Analyzer 3-1

community switch strings, setting and viewing 3-32

data collection, setting up 3-53

core data, collecting 3-53

DiffServe profile, setting up 3-64

DSMON data, monitoring 3-63

response time data, monitoring 3-59

voice data, collecting 3-56

data sources, setting up 3-10

router parameters, viewing 3-8

traffic, directing for spanning 3-10

creating a SPAN session 3-14

custom NetFlow data sources, creating 3-27

deleting a SPAN session 3-16

editing a SPAN session 3-15

listening mode, using 3-29

NDE collection types (table) 3-12

NetFlow, configuring on devices 3-21

NetFlow devices, managing 3-25

NetFlow interfaces, understanding 3-20

NetFlow records, understanding 3-20

SPAN sources (table) 3-12

traffic directing methods (table) 3-11

VACL, configuring on LAN VLANs 3-24

VACL, configuring on WAN interfaces 3-23

Consecutive Packets Loss threshold 3-58

Console

external reporting 2-25

Continuous capture 6-5, 6-18

conversations data, viewing 4-41

cumulative data for each host conversation 4-45

packets and bytes collected for MAC station conversations 4-48

packets and bytes for each host conversation 4-42

capturing data on 4-43

detail 4-43

real-time traffic statistics in graphical format 4-43

reports 4-44

packets and bytes for top n host conversations 4-44

tables and charts useful in

MAC Conversations Top N chart 4-48

MAC Station Conversations Cumulative Data table 4-50

Network Host Conversations Cumulative Data table 4-45

Network Host Conversations Top N chart 4-44

Viewing the Network Host Conversations Current Rates table 4-42

core data, collecting 3-53

Core monitoring

router 3-54

switch 3-54

Correlated data sources 4-91

CPU usage A-2

percentage A-2

creating

basic reports 5-4

custom capture filters 6-27

custom decode filters 6-31

custom NetFlow data sources 3-27

data source, deleting 3-29

data source information, verifying 3-29

data sources, editing 3-29

interfaces, selecting 3-28

NetFlow device, selecting 3-28

custom reports 5-26

NAM Traffic Analyzer accounts 1-7

NAM traps 3-92

NetFlow devices 3-25

protocol 3-69

SPAN sessions 3-14

switch thresholds 3-90

Custom capture filter

creating 6-27

custom capture filters

managing

creating 6-27

deleting 6-30

editing 6-30

setting up 6-27

using 6-10

Custom captures 6-27

custom decode filters, managing

creating 6-31

deleting 6-35

editing 6-35

setting up 6-31

Custom filters 6-27

Custom report

editing 5-27

Custom reports 5-25

creating a new folder 5-26

deleting 5-27

moving to a different folder 5-27

viewing 5-27

D

data collection

overview 4-2

setting up 3-53

core data collection 3-53

DiffServe profile data 3-64

DSMON data 3-63

response time data 3-59

voice data 3-56

Data Expired 5-23

data export 1-10

data mismatches, troubleshooting A-16

Data Pending 5-23

data-port collection

creating 1-11

Data source

core monitoring 3-54

persistence 4-9

datasources

maximum supported 3-33

data sources, overview 4-2

multiple collections, configuring 4-2

NDE flow-masks, and V8 aggregation caches 4-5

protocol autodiscovery 4-4

data sources, setting up 3-10

Data type

response time report parameters 5-14

deleting

basic reports 5-25

custom capture filters 6-30

custom decode filters 6-35

custom NetFlow data sources 3-29

custom reports 5-27

DiffServe profiles 3-65, 3-75

NAM MIB thresholds 3-86

NAM Traffic Analyzer accounts 1-7

NAM traps 3-93

NetFlow devices 3-26

protocols 3-72

SPAN sessions 3-16

switch thresholds 3-92

diagnostic error messages (see troubleshooting) A-14

diagnostics, generating 2-25

configuration information, monitoring and capturing 2-27

system alerts, capturing 2-28

system alerts, viewing 2-25

Diagnostics Tech Support window (illustration) 2-29

Differentiated Services report

creating 5-4

DiffServ Application Statistics Cumulative Data table, using 4-63

DiffServ Application Statistics Current Rates table, using 4-60

application conversation details 4-61

real-time statistics in graphical format 4-61

reports 4-62

DiffServ Application Statistics Top N chart, using 4-62

DiffServ data, viewing 4-56

application conversation details 4-61

host conversation detail 4-65

real-time data for specific hosts 4-65

real-time traffic for specific aggregation groups 4-58

real-time traffic for specific application protocols 4-61

reports

application statistics 4-62

host statistics 4-66

traffic statistics 4-58

tables and charts useful in

DiffServ Application Statistics Cumulative Data table 4-63

DiffServ Application Statistics Current Rates table 4-60

DiffServ Application Statistics Top N chart 4-62

DiffServ Host Statistics Cumulative Data table 4-67

DiffServ Host Statistics Current Rates table 4-64

DiffServ Host Statistics Top N chart 4-66

DiffServ Traffic Statistics Cumulative Data table 4-59

DiffServ Traffic Statistics Current Rates table 4-57

DiffServ Traffic Top N chart 4-58

DiffServe profile, managing

creating 3-64, 3-74

deleting 3-65, 3-75

editing 3-65, 3-74

setting up 3-64

DiffServ Host Statistics Cumulative Data table, using 4-67

DiffServ Host Statistics Current Rates table, using 4-64

host conversation details 4-65

real-time data in graphical format 4-65

reports 4-66

DiffServ Host Statistics Top N chart, using 4-66

DiffServ Traffic Statistics Cumulative Data table, using 4-59

DiffServ Traffic Statistics Current Rates table, using 4-57

DiffServ Traffic Statistics table, using

real-time traffic statistics in graphical format 4-58

reports 4-58

DiffServ Traffic Statistics Top N chart, using 4-58

directing traffic for spanning 3-10

custom NetFlow data sources, creating 3-27

data source, deleting 3-29

data source, editing 3-29

data sourcedeleting 3-29

data source information, verifying 3-29

interfaces, selecting 3-28

NetFlow device, selecting 3-28

listening mode, using 3-29

methods (table) 3-11

NDE collection types (table) 3-12

NetFlow, configuring on devices 3-21

devices running Catalyst OS 3-22

devices running Cisco IOS 3-21

devices supporting multi-layer switching cache 3-22

devices supporting NDE export 3-23

devices supporting NDE v8 aggregations 3-22

devices supporting vi aggregations 3-22

NAMs in a device slot 3-23

NetFlow devices, managing 3-25

creating 3-25

deleting 3-26

editing 3-26

testing 3-26

SPAN session

creating 3-14

deleting 3-16

editing 3-15

SPAN sources (table) 3-12

VACL, configuring on LAN VLANs 3-24

VACL, configuring on WAN interfaces 3-23

displaying

alarms 1-9

capture buffer data 1-8

network traffic data 1-8

reports 1-8

documentation

audience for this xvi

typographical conventions in xvii

typographical conventions used in xvii

Drill-Down button 6-23

DSMON data collection, setting up 3-63

E

editing

custom capture filters 6-30

custom decode filters 6-35

custom reports 5-27

DiffServe profiles 3-65, 3-74

NAM MIB thresholds 3-86

NAM Traffic Analyzer accounts 1-7

NAM traps 3-93

NetFlow devices 3-26

protocols 3-71

SPAN sessions 3-15

switch thresholds 3-91

EMail alarms 3-93

Enabling

audit trail 3-95

voice monitoring 3-56

Encapsulation 3-73

Encapsulation Configuration 3-73

Encapsulation configuration 3-73

Encapusulated Remote SPAN 1-11

error messages (see troubleshooting) A-14

ERSPAN 3-52

configuring as datasource 3-51

encapsulated remote SPAN 1-11

sending data directly to NAM 3-52

SPAN 1-11

External reporting console 2-25

F

Filtering

audit trail 2-27

IP 6-20

IP and Payload Data 6-21

IP and TCP/UDP 6-20

IPv6 traffic 6-19

Payload data 6-21

VLAN 6-19

VLAN and IP 6-19

Filter Response Time for all Data Sources by Monitored Servers 3-41

folders, moving custom reports between 5-27

G

generic routing encapsulation 1-11

global preferences, setting 3-94

GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) Tunneling Protocol 3-73

GRE

generic routing encapsulation 1-11

GREIP 3-73

GTP 3-73

GUI for NAM Traffic Analyzer, navigating 1-2

H

hardware, NAM installation, and

Catalyst 6000 and 6500 series switches 1-1

Cisco 2600, 3660, and 3700 series routers 1-1

Hardware assisted capture session 6-15

Hardware filter 6-18

help

(see also troubleshooting) A-1

diagnostics, generating for technical assistance 2-25

configuration information, monitoring and capturing 2-27

system alerts, capturing 2-28

system alerts, viewing 2-25

historical network traffic data, storing and retrieving 1-8

host data, viewing 4-33

cumulative data on each host 4-37

cumulative MAC station data 4-40

data for a specific host, capturing 4-35

data on top n MAC stations 4-39

detail 4-34

Host Conversation report

creating 5-4

network hosts table reports 4-36

real-time statistics in graphical format 4-35

tables and charts useful in

MAC Stations Current Rates table 4-38

MAC Stations Top N chart 4-39

Network Hosts Cumulative Data table 4-37

Network Hosts Current Rates table 4-33

Network Hosts Top N chart 4-36

hostname resolution, troubleshooting A-15

HTTP/security certificates, troubleshooting A-16

I

IGMP 1-12

image upgrades, troubleshooting A-13

Individual data sources 4-91

interface data, viewing

detail 4-101

Interface Stats Current Rates table, using 4-94, 4-111

Interface Top N chart, using 4-98

IPESP 3-73

IP host name resolution, and slow response time, troubleshooting 3-94

IPIP4 3-73

IP tunnel encapsulations 3-73

L

Last Status 5-24

listening mode (NAM), using 3-29

Log

MPLS Import 3-51

logins

troubleshooting A-3

M

MAC station conversations, monitoring

cumulative 4-50

current rates 4-48

top n 4-48

MAC stations, monitoring data on

cumulative 4-40

current rates 4-38

top n 4-39

management port

data source 1-11

MGCP gateways, how represented 4-30

Monitored servers filters 3-41

Monitoring

Application response times 4-71, 4-76, 4-87

monitoring

port traffic 1-12

traffic 1-10

monitoring data 4-1

application 4-14

packets and bytes for each application protocol 4-9, 4-14

real-time data in graphical format 4-11, 4-16

reports 4-11, 4-17

data collection, overview 4-2

data sources, overview 4-2

multiple collections, configuring 4-2

NDE flow-masks, and V8 aggregation caches 4-5

protocol autodiscovery 4-4

DSMON 3-63

host 4-33

cumulative data on 4-37

MAC stations 4-39

Monitor Overview charts, viewing 4-6

response time 3-59

data collections, deleting 3-63

data collections, editing 3-61

voice 4-18

active calls 4-31

known phones 4-30

Monitoring voice/video stream thresholds 3-87

Monitor Overview charts, viewing 4-6

MOS

codec 3-88

MPLS Import log 3-51

MPLS-tagged traffic 3-11

MPLS traffic statistics 4-114

Multiple WAAS segments

viewing response time 4-91

N

NAM

community strings, working with 2-14

creating 2-14

deleting 2-15

listening mode, using 3-29

MIB alarm thresholds

deleting 3-86

editing 3-86

setting 3-83

SNMP system groups, setting and viewing 2-13

switch date/time synchronization, and, troubleshooting A-14

system time, setting 2-16

configuring with an NTP server 2-17

synchronizing with switch or router 2-17

traps

creating 3-92

deleting 3-93

editing 3-93

setting 3-92

versions 3-10

NAM-1 devices

default reports 5-3

NAM-2 devices

default reports 5-3

NAM appliances

default reports 5-4

Nameservers, and slow response time, troubleshooting 3-94

NAM RTP Stream Thresholds 3-58

navigation and control elements 1-4

NDE flow-masks, and V8 aggregation caches 4-5

NetFlow 1-10

configuring on devices 3-21

Catalyst OS 3-22

Cisco IOS 3-21

multi-layer switching cache 3-22

NAMs in a device slot 3-23

NDE export 3-23

NDE v8 aggregations 3-22

data sources, managing

creating 3-27

deleting 3-29

editing 3-29

interfaces, selecting 3-28

NetFlow device, selecting 3-28

source information, verifying 3-29

devices, managing 3-25

creating 3-25

deleting 3-26

editing 3-26

testing 3-26

exporting data 1-12

interfaces, understanding 3-20

monitoring problems, troubleshooting A-8

records, understanding 3-20

NetFlow Data Export 3-11

network host data charts and tables, using

Network Host Conversations Cumulative Data table, using 4-45

Network Host Current Rates 4-36

data for a specific host, capturing 4-35

detail 4-34

real-time statistics in graphical format 4-35

Network Host Top N chart 4-36

network parameters, setting and viewing 2-12

network traffic data, storing and retrieving 1-8

NFS Server

Configuring for capture data storage 2-20

NME-NAM devices

default reports 5-4

No Activity 5-23

Not Monitored 5-23

O

overview of NAM Traffic Analyzer 1-1

alarm logs 7-1

data collection 4-2

data sources 4-2

GUI 1-2

navigation and control elements 1-4

user interface components 1-3

P

packet captures, troubleshooting A-6

Packet Loss threshold 3-58

passwords, recovering 2-2

patches, troubleshooting A-13

Period

report length 5-21

Port Name 3-7

Port names 3-5, 3-7, 3-10, 3-32, 4-93, 4-95, 4-99

port statistics data, viewing 4-92, 4-102

cumulative data 4-99, 4-112

detail 4-95, 4-111

real-time data in graphical format 4-95

reports 4-96

tables and charts useful in

Interface Stats Current Rates table 4-94, 4-111

Port Stats Current Rates table 4-92

Port Stats Top N chart 4-96, 4-111

Top N Interface Stats chart 4-98

port statistics issues, troubleshooting A-8

Port Stats Current Rates table, using 4-92

detail 4-95, 4-111

real-time data in graphical format 4-95

reports 4-96

Port Stats Top N chart, using 4-96, 4-111

cumulative data 4-99, 4-112

detail 4-101

port traffic

monitoring 1-12

Process

CPU usage percentage A-2

protocol data, capturing

client/server data 4-85, 4-89

server data 4-81

protocol directory

managing

creating protocols 3-69

deleting protocols 3-72

editing protocols 3-71

setting up 3-68

protocol filters, in capturing settings 6-9

protocol support, troubleshooting A-18

R

real-time data displays, setting up 1-7

recovering passwords 2-2

Refresh button 3-7

Creating SPAN session 3-15

renaming a report 5-25

Report details

viewing 5-21

Report export

editing 5-30

scheduling 5-28

Reports

deleting 5-25

disabling 5-25

error conditions 5-22

Last Status 5-24

Top N 5-21

reports

accessing 1-8

creating 5-1

basic 5-4

custom 5-26

custom

creating 5-26

deleting 5-27

editing 5-27

moving between folders 5-27

viewing 5-27

deleting

basic 5-25

custom 5-27

managing basic report types 5-2

creating 5-4

deleting 5-25

disabling 5-24

enabling 5-24

renaming 5-25

table of, viewing 5-20

troubleshooting A-12

viewing 5-1

custom reports 5-27

Response time

multiple segments 4-91

response time data, viewing 4-68

detail

client/server 4-85, 4-89

server 4-81

reports

client/server 4-85, 4-89

server 4-75, 4-78, 4-82

tables and charts useful in

Client/Server Response Time table 4-83

Client/Server Response Time Top N chart 4-86

Server Response Time Top N chart 4-82

response time data collections, managing

deleting 3-63

editing 3-61

setting up 3-59

RMON

log table, viewing 7-2

RMON extension 1-9

router parameters viewing 3-8

RTP Stream Monitoring 3-58

S

SCCP traffic 6-14

Scheduled reports 5-28

Server Response Time table, using

data, capturing 4-81

detail 4-81

reports 4-75, 4-78, 4-82

Server Response Time Top N chart, using 4-82

sessions

SPAN 1-10

setting

alarm thresholds 3-80

NAM MIB thresholds 3-83

switch thresholds 3-89

syslog 3-89

community switch strings 3-32

NAM SNMP system groups 2-13

network parameters 2-12

Setup Voice/Video Stream Thresholds window 3-87

SNMP

troubleshooting A-17

Software filter 6-22

SPAN

ERSPAN 1-11

issues related to, troubleshooting A-5

sessions 1-10

creating 3-14

deleting 3-16

editing 3-15

spanning, directing traffic for 3-10

custom NetFlow data sources, creating 3-27

data source, deleting 3-29

data source, editing 3-29

data source information, verifying 3-29

interfaces, selecting 3-28

NetFlow device, selecting 3-28

listening mode, using 3-29

methods (table) 3-11

NDE collection types (table) 3-12

NetFlow, configuring on devices 3-21

Catalyst OS 3-22

Cisco IOS 3-21

multi-layer switching cache 3-22

NAMs in a device slot 3-23

NDE export 3-23

NDE v8 aggregations 3-22

NetFlow devices, managing 3-25

creating 3-25

deleting 3-26

editing 3-26

testing 3-26

SPAN session

creating 3-14

deleting 3-16

editing 3-15

SPAN sources (table) 3-12

VACL, configuring

on LAN VLANs 3-24

on WAN interfaces 3-23

spanning, troubleshooting A-6

SPAN states 3-13

Statistics

viewing VRF 4-114

viewing VRF/VC 4-115

Style 5-21

switch

alarm and port statistics issues, troubleshooting A-8

alarm thresholds

creating 3-90

deleting 3-92

editing 3-91

setting 3-89

NAM date/time synchronization issues, and, troubleshooting A-14

Switch Port report

creating 5-4

Switch Remote SPAN 3-11

Switch SPAN 3-11

syslog alarm threshold, setting up 3-89

system administration 2-1

diagnostics, generating for technical assistance 2-25

overview of system administration tasks 2-10

NAM community strings, working with 2-14

NAM SNMP system group, setting and viewing 2-13

NAM system time, setting 2-16

network parameters, setting and viewing 2-12

system resources, viewing 2-11

overview of user administration tasks 2-2

passwords, recovering 2-2

predefined NAM user accounts, changing 2-3

TACACS+ authentication and authorization, establishing 2-6

TACACS+ server, configuring to support NAM 2-7

user privileges (table) 2-2

users, creating new 2-4

users, deleting 2-6

users, editing 2-5

user sessions table, viewing 2-9

system resources, viewing 2-11

System alerts 2-25

system alerts

capturing 2-28

viewing 2-25

System Config Log 5-23

System event log

viewing 5-23

System events 5-23

T

TAC (Technical Assistance Center)

(see also troubleshooting) A-1

TACACS+

authentication and authorization, establishing 2-6

server, configuring to support NAM 2-7

secret key, requirements for 2-8

technical assistance, obtaining

(see also troubleshooting) A-1

diagnostics, generating for 2-25

configuration information, monitoring and capturing 2-27

system alerts, capturing 2-28

system alerts, viewing 2-25

testing NetFlow devices 3-26

TopN Applications chart, using 4-11, 4-17

TopN Chart

Server ART 4-82

Top N report 5-21

traffic analysis 1-10

traffic sources

monitoring 1-10

troubleshooting A-1

data mismatch issues A-16

diagnostic error message issues A-14

host name resolution issues A-15

HTTPS/security certificate issues A-16

image upgrade and patch issues A-13

login issues A-3

NAM and switch date/time synchronization issues A-14

NetFlow monitoring problems A-8

packet capturing and spanning issues A-6

protocol support issues A-18

reporting issues A-12

slow response times 3-94

SNMP issues A-17

SPAN-related issues A-5

switch, cannot communicate with 3-32

switch alarm and port statistics issues A-8

username and password issues A-2

caution regarding deleting all local database web users A-3

voice monitoring issues A-19

web browser response time and display issues A-13

typographical conventions used in this document xvii

U

user

administration (see system administration) 2-1

privileges (table) 2-2

sessions table, viewing 2-9

Users Table (illustration) 2-4

username and password issues, troubleshooting A-2

V

V8 aggregation caches, and NDE flow-masks 4-5

VACL 1-11

VLAN access control list 1-10, 1-11

VACL, configuring

on LAN VLANs 3-24

on WAN interfaces 3-23

VC statistics 4-115

verifying NetFlow data source information 3-29

versions of Catalyst 6500 NAM 3-10

Viewing

MPLS traffic statistics 4-116

viewing

active call data 4-31

application data 4-14

capturing, for a specific protocol 4-11, 4-16

detail for a specific protocol 4-14

packets and bytes collected 4-13, 4-18

real-time data in graphical format 4-11, 4-16

reports 4-11, 4-17

community switch strings 3-32

conversations data 4-41

packest and bytes for each host conversation 4-42

custom reports 5-27

DiffServ data 4-56

host conversation details 4-65

host statistics 4-66

real-time data in graphical format 4-65

real-time traffic statistics in graphical format 4-58

reports 4-58

host data 4-33

collected during last time interval 4-33

cumulative MAC stations data 4-40

for a specific host, capturing 4-35

MAC stations current rates 4-38

real-time statistics in graphical format 4-35

reports 4-36

Monitor Overview charts 4-6

NAM log 7-2

NAM MIB alarm details 3-86

NAM SNMP system groups 2-13

network parameters 2-12

packets and bytes collected for top n MAC station conversations 4-48

packets and bytes for each MAC station conversation 4-50

port statistics data 4-92, 4-102

cumulative 4-99, 4-112

detail 4-95, 4-111

real-time data in graphical format 4-95

reports 4-96

response time data 4-68

client/server 4-85, 4-89

client/server detail 4-85, 4-89

server 4-75, 4-78, 4-82

server detail 4-81

RMON log table 7-2

router parameters 3-8

switch

log 7-2

system alerts 2-25

system resources 2-11

user sessions table 2-9

VLAN data 4-50

collected for the top n VLAN IDs, in graphical format 4-52

cumulative data for each VLAN ID 4-53

reports 4-52

user priority distributions in graphical format 4-55

user priority distributions per data source 4-54, 4-56

voice data 4-18

active calls 4-31

known phones 4-30

Viewing audit trail 2-26

Virtual circuits 3-46

Virtual Switch Software (VSS) 3-5

Virtual switch software (VSS) 4-93

VLAN access control list

VACL 1-10, 1-11

VLAN data, viewing 4-50

cumulative data for each VLAN ID 4-53

reports 4-52

tables and charts useful in

VLAN Priority (COS) Statistics Cumulative Data table 4-56

VLAN Priority (COS) Statistics Current Rates table 4-54

VLAN Priority (COS) Statistics Top N chart 4-55

VLAN Traffic Statistics Cumulative Data table 4-53

VLAN Traffic Statistics Current Rates table 4-51

VLAN Traffic Statistics Top N chart 4-52

user priority distributions in graphical format 4-55

user priority distributions per data source

cumulative 4-56

current rates 4-54

VLAN Priority (COS) Statistics

Cumulative Data Table, using 4-56

Current Rates table, using 4-54

Top N chart, using 4-55

VLAN report

creating 5-4

VLAN Traffic Statistics

Cumulative Data table, using 4-53

Current Rates table, using 4-51

Top N chart, using 4-52

Voice/Video stream thresholds 3-87

Voice/Video Stream Thresholds Per Minute window 3-87

voice data

collecting 3-56

viewing 4-18

active calls 4-31

known phones 4-30

Voice monitoring 3-56

voice monitoring, troubleshooting A-19

VPN routing/forwarding table 3-46

VRF statistics 4-114, 4-115

VSS

see Virtual Switch Software 3-7, 3-10, 3-32

W

WAAS data source

no data A-20

WAAS data sources 4-91

WAAS device status

pending A-20

WAN interfaces 3-33

WS-SVC-NAM-1 3-10

WS-SVC-NAM-2 3-10