Detailed Device Health on Panorama
Description of the Detailed Device View for device monitoring on Panorama™.
You can view a detailed device health history of an individual firewall by clicking the Device Name in either the All Devices tab or the Deviating Devices tab. The Detailed Device view provides the health status history using a time filter and displays the metadata associated with the device. Device health information is displayed as a table or as a widget where possible to provide a graphical representation of time-trended data.
Manage the Detailed Device View
Description of the web interface elements in the Detailed Device view.
Along with descriptive metadata associated with the firewall, the Detailed Device view displays the detailed firewall health information. Where applicable, you can configure Settings ( ) for additional options for the widget or Maximize Panel ( ) to enlarge the widget.
Select the time filter to view the device health history from the drop-down. You can select
Last 12 hours,
30 days, or
Select the average and standard distribution shown on all time-trended widgets. You can select
Last 24 hours,
7 days, or
Refresh displayed information with the latest data.
Generate a PDF of the currently displayed tab.
You need to have pop-ups enabled to select a download location and access the PDF.
The metadata associated with the device: IP address, software version, antivirus version, HA status, serial number, App and Threat version, Wildfire version, VSYS mode, model, and device mode.
Descriptions of the fields displayed in the Sessions tab of the Detailed Device view.
The Sessions tab displays the session information passing through the firewall. This information is displays as six individual graphs.
The data throughput over time (five-minute average) measured in kilobits per second (Kbps).
Total session count over time (five-minute average).
Connections per Second
Total CPS for the device over time (five-minute average).
Packets per Second
Total packets per second (averaged over five minutes) that passed through the device.
Global Session Table Utilization (PA-5000, PA-7000, and PA-5200 appliances only)
The percentage of the global session table over time for firewalls that have a global session table (averaged over five minutes).
Session Table Utilization
Shows the percentage of the session table usage for each dataplane for the firewall against time (averaged over five minutes).
SSL Decrypted Sessions Info
Shows the number of decrypted SSL sessions over time (averaged over five minutes).
SSL Proxy Session Utilization
Shows the utilization percentage of proxy sessions over time (averaged over five minutes).
Descriptions of the fields displayed in the Environments tab of the Detailed Device view.
Environmentstab displays the presence, status, and operating condition for hardware, such as power supplies, fan trays, and disk drives. This tab displays only for hardware-based firewalls:
Displays the presence, current status, RPM, and last failure of the fans in each fan tray. Fan status is displayed as
Ais the number of good, running fans and
Bis the total number of fans on the firewall. Virtual firewalls display
Displays the presence, current status, and last failure timestamps. Power supply status is displayed as
Ais the number of good, running power supplies and
Bis the total number of power supplies on the device. Virtual firewalls display
Displays whether there are any thermal alarms associated with each slot of the device. If there is an active alarm, the firewall also displays more specific information here regarding exact temperature and location.
System Disk Status
Displays the available, used, and utilization percentage for the root, pancfg, panlogs, and panrepo mounts.
System Disk Status also displays the disk name, size, and RAID status for firewalls that are RAID enabled.
Descriptions of the fields displayed in the Interfaces tab of the Detailed Device view.
The Interfaces tab displays the status and statistics across all physical interfaces on the firewall.
The name of the interface. Select an Interface to view graphs of the Bit Rate, Packets per Second, Errors, and Drops for the selected interface.
The status of the interface:
Operational Up, or
Displays the bit rate (bps) for received and transmitted data.
Packets per Second
Displays the packets per second for received and transmitted data.
Displays the number of errors for received and transmitted data.
Displays the number of dropped connections for received and transmitted data.
Descriptions of the field displayed in the Logging tab of the Detailed Device view.
The Logging tab displays the logging rates and connections across manages firewalls.
Displays the one-minute averaged rate for the device forwarding logs to Panorama or a Log Collector.
Displays all available log forwarding connections, including their active or inactive status.
External Log Forwarding
Displays the sent, dropped, and average forwarding rate (logs per second) for various types of external log forwarding methods.
Descriptions of the fields displayed in the Resources tab of the Detailed Device view.
The Resources tab displays the CPU and memory statistics for the firewall.
Management Plane Memory
Displays the time-trended, five-minute average of the management plane memory as a percentage.
Displays the time-trended, five-minute average of the packet buffer utilization as a percentage. On a multiple dataplane system, this display includes different dataplanes, CPU, and packet buffers in different colors.
Displays the time-trended, five-minute average of the packet descriptor utilization as a percentage. On a multiple dataplane system, this display includes different dataplanes, CPU, and packet buffers in different colors.
CPU Management Plane
Displays the time-trended, five-minute average of the management plane CPU.
CPU Data Plane
Displays the time-trended, five-minute average per-core utilization of the dataplane CPU. For systems with multiple data planes, you can select which dataplane to view selector.
Displays the device system file info. This display includes the mount Name, Allocated (KB), Used (KB), and Avail (KB) space, as well as the Utilization percentage.
Descriptions of the fields displayed in the High Availability tab of the Detailed Device View page.
The High Availability tab displays the HA status of the firewall and its HA peer. The top widget displays the configuration and content version of the device and its peers. The bottom widget provides information on the previous HA failovers and the reasons associated with it, including which firewall experienced the failure.
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