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Handbook

Real server pool details

The real server pool details page () shows detailed in formation about the real server pool you select (click) on the FortiView > Logical Topology page. See Logical Topology

The top of the page shows the name of the real server pool and the virtual server to which it is assigned. Below the real server pool name are two tabs—Members and Health. The former shows information about the members (real servers) in the real server pool, whereas the latter shows the health state of the real server pool in general.

Member

The Member pages (see the image above) shows key information about the real servers in a real server pool, as described in Real server pool member information .

Real server pool member information

Column title Description

Name

The name of a real server pool member (real server).

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

Status

Shows the status of a real server pool member, which can be either of the following:

  • Enable
  • Disable

Address

The IP address of a real server pool member (real server).

Port

The port used by a real server pool member.

Weight

The weight assigned to a real server pool member.

Throughput (bits/sec)

The graph shows the change in a real server's throughput in bits per second over the specified period of time.

Note: If you mouse over a specific point in the graph, a tool tip will pop up showing the number of bits per second that a real server pool member transmits at that time point.

Concurrent

The graph shows the change in the number of concurrent connections with the real server pool member over the specified period of time.

Note: 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.

Health

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

  • Green = healthy
  • Red = Unhealthy
Health

This graph shows the overall health status of the real server pool.

Real server pool details

The real server pool details page () shows detailed in formation about the real server pool you select (click) on the FortiView > Logical Topology page. See Logical Topology

The top of the page shows the name of the real server pool and the virtual server to which it is assigned. Below the real server pool name are two tabs—Members and Health. The former shows information about the members (real servers) in the real server pool, whereas the latter shows the health state of the real server pool in general.

Member

The Member pages (see the image above) shows key information about the real servers in a real server pool, as described in Real server pool member information .

Real server pool member information

Column title Description

Name

The name of a real server pool member (real server).

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

Status

Shows the status of a real server pool member, which can be either of the following:

  • Enable
  • Disable

Address

The IP address of a real server pool member (real server).

Port

The port used by a real server pool member.

Weight

The weight assigned to a real server pool member.

Throughput (bits/sec)

The graph shows the change in a real server's throughput in bits per second over the specified period of time.

Note: If you mouse over a specific point in the graph, a tool tip will pop up showing the number of bits per second that a real server pool member transmits at that time point.

Concurrent

The graph shows the change in the number of concurrent connections with the real server pool member over the specified period of time.

Note: 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.

Health

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

  • Green = healthy
  • Red = Unhealthy
Health

This graph shows the overall health status of the real server pool.