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The reporting feature lets you to generate a PDF report and print them on demand. To use reports, a user must have the correct permissions for all the types, for example, permission to access different charts like Overall edge controller’s report, Single edge controller’s report and Group of edge controller’s report.
Reports can be generated either by selecting a time range and the report type, or it can be selected from already defined “Commonly Used” time range. Once the user clicks on “Generate Report”, a new window will open which will load the charts for the selected time range.
User must wait for all the charts to load after which the “Print Dialog” will be displayed and user can select either to print or save the report as PDF.

We have 5 different types of reporting categories like

  • System
  • Interface
  • Application
  • Logs


Generates system report for different/group of edge controllers. This includes CPU and memory utilization and the time series chart for each over a period of time. Measuring the utilization of the hardware resources within each device in your organization is key to evaluating both the efficiency of devices and the impact of resource consumption on end-user experience. Users that perceive their devices as slow usually suffer from scarcity or misuse of two basic system resources: main memory and CPU processing power.


Generate the Tx/Rx Bytes report to view the number of bytes and packets that have been sent and received through the interface and also defines the status of the interface, either up or down. The data is collected for the all the network interfaces in the edge conroller and displayed in separate charts which are “bytes” and “packets” specific.


The Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP) is used to measure network performance parameters such as latency, bandwidth, and packet loss by sending probe packets and measuring their experience in the network.

Terms Definitions
Latency Latency is a measure of delay. In a network, latency measures the time it takes for some data to get to its destination across the network. It is usually measured as a round trip delay – the time taken for information to get to its destination and back again.
Jitter Network jitter is congestion generated by millions of internet connections.
Packet Loss When accessing the internet or any network, small units of data called packets are sent and received. When one or more of these packets fails to reach their intended destination,this is called packet loss.


Defines two types of application

  • Custom Business Application – Add specific application under global application menu and analyze the data transfer details between sender and recevier.
  • ISP Application – Defines the traffic details of all the application’s running through the internet service provider cable.


Logs contains 4 different types of categories like Interface Status, Syslog, Firewall log and Event log.

Terms Definitions
Link Status Link status defines the health conditions of the network interfaces.
Event Log Tabulate the logs over the period of time for the event type like net balancer, system event and traffic steering.
Firewall Log Firewall is a network security device that monitors incoming and outgoing network traffic and decides whether to allow or block specificvtraffic based on a defined set ofsecurity rules.The network traffic rulessupportsin zWAN isInput, output, forward and custom rule chain
Syslog Log Exposes syslog logs against the timestamp and edge controller.
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