Endpoints - vPorts
Endpoints - vPorts
There are features and functions used in UNUM Manager and UNUM Analytics that are common throughout the user interface (UI). Please refer to the Common Functions section for more information on the use of these functions and features.
Selecting Analytics → Switch Analytics → vPort Dashboard displays the vPorts Dashboard. The vPort Dashboard tab highlights.
Select the applicable Fabric from the left-hand navigation bar and the dashboard updates showing all vPort entries from all switches within the Fabric.
vPort Dashboard upper dashboard widgets include:
•States by Total vPort – pie chart of states by total vPorts by state type.
•Top Ten Switches By Active end-points – bar chart number of active end-points by count and switch name.
•vPort count – total count of active end-points.
•Type by Total vPort – pie chart of type by total vPorts.
•Top 10 VLANS By Active end-points – bar chart top 10 VLANs by active end-points by count and vlan keyword.
•Top 10 VXLANS By Active end-points – bar chart top 10 VXLANs by active end-points by count and VXLAN number.
Switch Analytics vPort Dashboard Upper Section
vPort Dashboard lower dashboard includes:
•vPort – vPort Details
Switch Analytics vPort Dashboard Lower Section
Widget Expand Feature
You expand and contract widgets by clicking on the icon.
Switch Analytics vPort Widget Expand & Rollover
Rolling over data areas of pie charts and/or bar charts reveals more granular information.
A vPort search function provides a useful method of searching for vPort related information using an auto-populate feature based on previous searches.
You begin by entering relevant search criteria.
The vPort related information displayed in the graphical interface is updated with data from the search criteria and the filter information highlights in the filter bar.
Multiple searches populate the filter bar.
Note: To view Kubernetes-specific connection data please review the following in the UNUM Virtual Machine Configuration - Advanced Settings section.
Enable or disable Kubernetes and VMWare visibility in the Insight Analytics Connections and Switch Analytics vPort tables.
Switch Analytics vPort Dashboard Upper Section - K8s vPorts