The Flow Detail provides information on the following attributes of the flow:
Flow Decision Bitmap
Lists the decisions taken for the flow as it was processed.
Source IP (Port)
Source IP and port of the flow origin (depending on the direction of the flow).
Destination IP (Port)
Destination IP and port of the destined address of the flow (depending on the direction of the flow).
Name of the application for a particular flow or transaction.
Application category for the flow.
Alternate application is usually the parent application.
Security Policy Rule
Security policy rule(s) that are applied for the flow.
Source zone (Zone Based Firewall) for the flow.
Destination zone for the flow.
Action taken to allow or deny the policy rule applied for the flow.
Path Policy Set
Path policy set used for the flow.
Path Policy Rule
Path policy rule used for the flow.
Path Network Context
Path policy context used for the flow.
Path Source Prefix
Path source prefix used for the flow.
Path Destination Prefix
Path destination prefix used for the flow.
QoS Policy Set
QoS policy set used for the flow.
QoS Policy Rule
QoS policy rule used for the flow.
QoS Network Context
QoS network context used for the flow.
QoS Source Prefix
QoS source prefix used for the flow.
QoS Destination Prefix
QoS destination prefix used for the flow.
Protocol detected for that particular flow.
Chosen WAN Path
WAN path chosen for that particular flow.
Endpoint for the flow.
Traffic type such as transactional, bulk, rt-audio or rt-video.
Priority Class as defined by the Priority Policy.
Flow direction at the start of transaction.
Time when the first packet in this flow was detected.
Time of the flow when the last packet was detected.
First record for this flow that was detected in the current time window.
Number of packets exchanged between client and server.
Number of bytes exchanged between client and server.
DSCP Fields Seen (LAN > WAN)
DSCP markings seen between LAN-to-WAN that is used to change the priority of the packets as they traverse the network.
DSCP Fields Seen (WAN > LAN)
DSCP markings seen between WAN-to-LAN that is used to change the priority of the packets as they traverse the network.
Out of order packets from the client to a server and the server to a client.
Selective acknowledgment of the packets.
Number of TCP retransmit packets.
Number of TCP retransmit bytes.
Number of TCP reset packets sent.
Number of TCP SYN packets sent.
Number of TCP FIN packets sent.
Displays the VLAN used for the flow.
Average round trip time calculated.
Average server response time.
Indicates if the TCP session initiation was successful.
Maximum round trip time detected.
Maximum server response time at the application level.
Minimum round trip time detected.
Minimum server response time at the application level.
Number of successful transactions.
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