UNUM Dashboards

Selecting Dashboard displays a menu with Fabric Health, Topology and Overlay.

UNUM Dashboards Overview

UNUM Dashboards provides a convenient way to quickly access applications and configuration parameters used in UNUM.

These include:

Visual Color Indicators


Various widgets displayed through-out the UNUM dashboard use color visual indicators Red, Yellow and Green.


Typically, the indicated percentage ranges are as follows:


Indicator





Green

=

0%

<

70%

Yellow

>=

70%

<

90%

Red

>=

90%

<=

100%


Certain widgets display error and network status and work in a similar manner.


These widgets display information about errors, congestion and drops using visual indicators in Red, Yellow, Green and Orange.


Indicator





Green




No errors and no congestion.

Orange




Error condition.

Yellow




Congestion only.

Red




Error and congestion.


The following example illustrates how the various widgets and visual color indicators work together from the Fabric Health and VLE dashboards:



Overlay and Fabric Dashboard Widgets

UNUM Platform Software Version


Selecting Overview →  (gears icon) displays a drop-down list of configuration items and the Version number for the installed UNUM Platform software. Details on configuring the UNUM Platform are available here.

UNUM Platform Software Version


By moving through the Manager, Analytics, Alerts/Reports tabs, applications and configuration features are displayed, and you are taken directly to a specific application by the selection you choose.


Note: Upon the initial login and after a new OVA install of UNUM, you must activate specific licenses to use the various applications contained in UNUM and a visual notification alarm may be presented on the dashboard indicating no licenses have been activated.



Instructions on activating licenses for UNUM are detailed here in the User Guide.

Once the licenses are activated they will appear in the license section which is accessed using the bell icon on the top navigation bar.

License data is preserved across upgrades to UNUM when applied via Option 5 using the UNUM_Setup.sh script detailed here in the User Guide.