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Handbook

Virtual Servers

The FortiView>Server Load Balance>Virtual Server page (Virtual server) is a table that shows some key configuration and traffic information about the virtual servers that have the FortiView feature enabled on them. You can enable FortiView on a virtual server using Server Load Balance>Virtual Sever>Add>Advanced Mode>Traffic Log>FortiView>ON. You can also show or hide all the virtual servers on or from this page using the Enable All or Disable All button across the top of the table, regardless whether you have FortiView enabled or not when configuring the virtual servers.

Virtual server

Virtual Server table describes the information on the FortiView > Server Load Balance > Virtual Server page.

Virtual Server table

Column title Description

Name

The name of a virtual server

Note: Clicking the name of a virtual server opens the page with detailed information about the virtual server.

Type

The type of virtual servers, which can be one of the following:

  • l2 = Layer 2
  • l4 = Layer 4
  • l7 = Layer 7

Address

The IP address of a virtual server.

Note: For Layer-2 virtual servers, this field shows 0.0.0.0.

Port

The port used by a virtual server, which depends on the type of traffic the port is handling.

Pool

The name of a real-server pool configured on a virtual server.

Note: Clicking the name of a real-server pool opens the page with details of that real-server pool.

Throughput (bits/sec)

The graph shows the change in a virtual server's throughput in terms of bits per second over the past 24 hours.

Note: The data was sampled at 60 different time points over the last 24 hours (i.e., once every 24 minute). If you mouse over a specific point in the graph, a tool tip will pop up showing the throughput for that time point.

Concurrent

The graph shows the change in the number of concurrent connections with the virtual server over the last 24 hours.

Note: The data was sampled at 60 different time points over the last 24 hours (i.e., once every 24 minute). If you mouse over a specific point in the graph, a tool tip will pop up showing the number of concurrent connections at that time point.

Connections (counts/sec)

The graph shows the change in the number of connections with the virtual server over the last 24 hours.

Note: The data was sampled at 60 different time points over the last 24 hours (i.e., once every 24 minute). If you mouse over a specific point in the graph, a tool tip will pop up showing the number of connections for that time point.

Health

The color of the heart icon indicates the health state of a virtual server, which can be either of the following:

  • Green = healthy
  • Red = Unhealthy

Virtual Servers

The FortiView>Server Load Balance>Virtual Server page (Virtual server) is a table that shows some key configuration and traffic information about the virtual servers that have the FortiView feature enabled on them. You can enable FortiView on a virtual server using Server Load Balance>Virtual Sever>Add>Advanced Mode>Traffic Log>FortiView>ON. You can also show or hide all the virtual servers on or from this page using the Enable All or Disable All button across the top of the table, regardless whether you have FortiView enabled or not when configuring the virtual servers.

Virtual server

Virtual Server table describes the information on the FortiView > Server Load Balance > Virtual Server page.

Virtual Server table

Column title Description

Name

The name of a virtual server

Note: Clicking the name of a virtual server opens the page with detailed information about the virtual server.

Type

The type of virtual servers, which can be one of the following:

  • l2 = Layer 2
  • l4 = Layer 4
  • l7 = Layer 7

Address

The IP address of a virtual server.

Note: For Layer-2 virtual servers, this field shows 0.0.0.0.

Port

The port used by a virtual server, which depends on the type of traffic the port is handling.

Pool

The name of a real-server pool configured on a virtual server.

Note: Clicking the name of a real-server pool opens the page with details of that real-server pool.

Throughput (bits/sec)

The graph shows the change in a virtual server's throughput in terms of bits per second over the past 24 hours.

Note: The data was sampled at 60 different time points over the last 24 hours (i.e., once every 24 minute). If you mouse over a specific point in the graph, a tool tip will pop up showing the throughput for that time point.

Concurrent

The graph shows the change in the number of concurrent connections with the virtual server over the last 24 hours.

Note: The data was sampled at 60 different time points over the last 24 hours (i.e., once every 24 minute). If you mouse over a specific point in the graph, a tool tip will pop up showing the number of concurrent connections at that time point.

Connections (counts/sec)

The graph shows the change in the number of connections with the virtual server over the last 24 hours.

Note: The data was sampled at 60 different time points over the last 24 hours (i.e., once every 24 minute). If you mouse over a specific point in the graph, a tool tip will pop up showing the number of connections for that time point.

Health

The color of the heart icon indicates the health state of a virtual server, which can be either of the following:

  • Green = healthy
  • Red = Unhealthy