Prisma Access Locations Dashboard

The
Prisma Access Locations
tabular list shows all the onboarded Prisma Access locations with Remote Networks or Mobile Users or both. You can export this list to a CSV format file for reporting purposes.
This dashboard has two tabs:

Prisma Access Locations

This dashboard gives you an overview of the health of all your Prisma Access locations for your remote networks and mobile users. This tab has the following widgets:

Prisma Access Locations for Remote Networks

The graph in this widget shows you the status of all your remote networks. It is color coded to represent the number of networks that are up, down, or have warnings that need your attention. The bar graph shows the top five Prisma Access locations for remote networks based on the total bandwidth consumed during the selected
Time Range
.

Prisma Access Locations Status for Mobile Users

This widget shows the status of all the GlobalProtect locations that the mobile users connect to. The ring chart represents the Prisma Access locations for those gateways. Hover over it to see the number of locations that are fully functional, down, or have warnings that need your attention. The bar graph shows the top five locations with the total number of unique user login count during the selected
Time Range
. If you select
GlobalProtect
in
Connect Method
, you see only the widget for Mobile Users connecting to Prisma Access using GlobalProtect. If you select
Explicit Proxy
, you see only the widget for Mobile Users using Explicit Proxy. If you select both
GlobalProtect
and
Explicit Proxy
(All), you see widgets for both users.

Prisma Access Locations Status for Service Connections

The graph in this widget shows you the status of your service connections. It is color coded to represent the number of service connections that are up, down, or have warnings that need your attention. The bar graph shows the top five Prisma Access locations for service connections during the selected
Time Range
.

Okyo Garde

The graph in this widget shows you the Prisma Access Location status of all your Okyo Garde devices. It is color coded to represent the number of devices that are up, down, or have warnings that need your attention. The bar graph shows the top five Prisma Access locations for Okyo Garde devices based on the total bandwidth consumed during the selected
Time Range
.
The following image shows Prisma Access Location status for Mobile Users, Service Connections, and Okyo Garde.

Prisma Access Locations

View the Prisma Access Location status in real time - the number of connected Remote Network sites, connected Service Connection sites, Okyo Garde devices, and unique users logged in to Prisma Access in real time.The Prisma Access Insights user interface displays up to 10,000 records in a table. If you have more than 10,000 records, you can view them by exporting the table into a CSV format by clicking
Export CSV
. Any filters that you might have applied to the data in the table will also be applied to the data that is being exported to the CSV format. The columns that do not have data in them do not get exported and are omitted in the exported CSV file. The
Location Status for GP Mobile Users
and the
Location Status for EP Mobile Users
are displayed depending upon your
Connect Method
selection. The image below shows you the table when both
GlobalProtect
and
Explicit Proxy
are selected in
Connect Method
. The
Users Logged In
column displays an aggregation of both explicit proxy and GlobalProtect connected users. Within a specific location, if a user logs in from multiple hosts, the user is counted as a single user, but if any user logs in from two different Prisma Access locations by disconnecting from one and logging in from another within the time period, the user is counted as two users.

Prisma Access Locations Cortex Data Lake Connectivity

This tab gives you visibility into the Cortex Data Lake (CDL) connectivity health status from all your Prisma Access instances for the CDL region that you selected during your Prisma Access license activation. It helps you determine if firewalls have disconnected from CDL and firewall logs are no longer being obtained. Each tenant can connect to only one Cortex Data Lake in any region of its choice. Insights polls the CDL database every five minutes to check for connectivity between the nodes (Mobile Users, Remote Networks, and Service Connections) and the CDL database.
This tab has the following widgets:

Remote Networks, GlobalProtect Mobile Users, and Service Connections

Information about
Remote Networks
,
GlobalProtect Mobile Users
, and
Service Connections
appear on these widgets and display data in real time.
The widgets above display the overall connectivity status from each node type (Remote Networks, Service Connections, and Mobile Users) to CDL. Each widget contains a ring chart. The number displayed in the ring chart represents the total number of Prisma Access Locations from where the nodes connect to CDL. Each location could further have one or more firewalls in it. The status of the connections are shown in real time. The
Time Range
filter does not apply to these widgets. The chart is color coded based on how many remote sites, mobile users, or service connections are currently in the following status:
  • Connected
    : All firewalls in the region are connected to CDL.
  • Disconnected
    : All firewalls in a region are disconnected from the CDL.
  • Partially Connected
    : One or more firewalls in the region are disconnected from the CDL.

Prisma Access Location CDL Connections

Prisma Access Location CDL Connections
is a tabular representation of all the Prisma Access Locations and shows the status of each node type per location. Each location can have one or more node types associated with it. Hence, the sum of all the locations in the three ring charts may not necessarily tally with the number of Prisma Access Locations displayed in this table. This is because a location is represented only once in the table, regardless of whether it is counted in all three ring charts or only one or two ring charts.
The table displays the CDL connectivity status for each
Prisma Access Location
. Click on the down arrow next to a location to see the
Total Disconnections
chart open beneath the row. Use the
Time Range
filter to see the data in the chart for a specific time range. Disconnections are counted by the number of times firewall instances at that location got disconnected. For example, if a node or firewall was disconnected, then connected and disconnected again, the number of disconnections would be counted as two. If you would like to see the specific node type in the location that was disconnected, you can select the
Prisma Access Location
name to view the details page for that location, then select the
Node Type
to filter the data by the selected node type.
The
Last Disconnection
column shows when the last time was that any node type (Mobile User, Service Connections, or Remote Networks) in the location was disconnected, even though it has been reconnected since then. It displays the latest outage that has since been recovered. If a node type is currently disconnected, the current disconnection data will not appear in this column.
The
Duration of Last Disconnection
column shows the duration of the disconnection starting from the second the CDL connection was lost to the second the connection was recovered. This allows you to see the full duration of the disconnection.
Click a
Prisma Access Location
name to open the CDL Region details page for the location.
Total Disconnections
displays an aggregate of all disconnections for all nodes types in the selected location during the time period selected in the
Time Range
. To filter the data for only one node type, select the
Node Type
. This widget shows you for how long the connections from this region to CDL were lost. The peaks in the graph indicate that there were one or more disconnections at the time indicated by the X-axis.
Click a point on the
Total Disconnections
trend line to filter the data displayed in the
Disconnection Durations
chart to show the connection status for the next five minutes, starting from the time point that you clicked.
It also displays the
Disconnection Durations
for the selected
Time Range
. The
Disconnection Durations
widget displays the disconnection duration(s) that each node experienced during the
Time Range
that you selected. Each row represents a single node (firewall instance) and is color coded based on the node type (Remote Networks, Mobile Users, or Service Connections). For example, if there are three remote sites experiencing disconnections, you will see three rows with the same color lines. Each row represents a unique Cortex Data Lake connection. Only the nodes that have experienced disconnections are shown in this widget.

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