For Network Packet Broker policy rules,
Policy Optimizer displays
that you can use to determine whether a policy is in use. You can
view rule usage over different time frames and investigate why a
rule hasn’t been used as expected and delete unused or outdated
The time period (number of days) for which
data is displayed.
Packet Broker policy rules on the firewall over the specified
regardless of whether traffic matched the rules (used rules) or
not (unused rules).
rules that traffic has not
matched over the specified
rules that traffic has matched
over the specified
Exclude rules reset during
the last “n” days
Omits displaying rules for
Reset Rule Hit Counter
specified number of days (from 1-5,000 days). For example, this
enables you to examine older rules that have not matched traffic
over a particular
newer rules that may not have had time to match traffic.
The name of the Network Packet Broker policy
name of the Packet Broker profile associated with the policy rule.
—The type or types of
traffic the rule controls (one or more of decrypted TLS, non-decrypted
TLS, and non-TLS traffic).
number of times that traffic matched the rule.
—The most recent time that
traffic matched the rule.
—The first time that traffic
matched the rule.
—The last date on which
the rule’s hit counter was reset.
The date and time that the rule was last