The Server Load Balance>Logical Topology page uses the tree-view format to show the internal configuration of each virtual server on your FortiADC appliance. Depending on the actual configuration, the diagram may show content touting, schedule pools, real-server pools, and real-server pool members configured on a virtual server, as illustrated in Logical topology.
The image above is a partial screen capture of the FortiView > Logical Topology page. It shows the internal configuration of a virtual server named "
L7_HTTP, which has the following configurations on it:
- A real-server pool named
"HTTPServicePoolwhich contains 9 members (real servers) in it.
For 'Resources', the left icon (stacked circles) indicates the number of pools and the right icon (stacked rectangles) shows the number of real servers.
- It is using Port 7, which is up (working).
Apart from viewing the internal configurations of virtual servers, you can also drill down into the components (except for content routing and schedule group) for details by clicking their corresponding icons. Below highlights what you will see when you click any of the following icons:
- Virtual server—Opens the page with details of that virtual server. See Virtual server details
- Real-server pool—Opens the page with details of the real-server pool. See Real server pool details
- Real server —Opens the page showing details of the real server. See Real-server pool member details