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Display endpoints in Topology using donut chart

On the Physical and Logical Topology pages, the Device Traffic and Device Count views now display endpoint groups as donut charts. Each sector of the donut chart represents a different endpoint operating system. This new donut chart display allows for faster loading times and provides more stability with zoom operations. This improvement is especially useful for deployments with a large number of endpoints, while retaining the bubble pack endpoint view from earlier versions of FortiOS.

To view endpoints in Topology using donut charts:
  1. Go to Security Fabric > Physical Topology or Logical Topology.
  2. From the Endpoint Option dropdown list, select Device Traffic or Device Count. FortiOS represents each endpoint group as a donut chart, with the total number of endpoints in the group in the center of the chart.

    To zoom in on a donut chart, click any chart sector. Each sector represents a different endpoint OS. Hovering over each sector allows you to see the OS that the sector represents and the number of endpoints that have that OS installed.

    In this example, the endpoint group contains a total of nine endpoints, with the following OSes installed:

    Donut sector color OS Number of endpoints
    Orange Linux 2
    Green FortiMail 1
    Red FortiManager 1
    Blue Other 5

    To view the endpoint group in a bubble pack display, click the + button in the center of the donut chart. You can view each individual endpoint in the bubble pack view.

    To return to the donut chart display, click the - button at the top of the bubble.

Display endpoints in Topology using donut chart

On the Physical and Logical Topology pages, the Device Traffic and Device Count views now display endpoint groups as donut charts. Each sector of the donut chart represents a different endpoint operating system. This new donut chart display allows for faster loading times and provides more stability with zoom operations. This improvement is especially useful for deployments with a large number of endpoints, while retaining the bubble pack endpoint view from earlier versions of FortiOS.

To view endpoints in Topology using donut charts:
  1. Go to Security Fabric > Physical Topology or Logical Topology.
  2. From the Endpoint Option dropdown list, select Device Traffic or Device Count. FortiOS represents each endpoint group as a donut chart, with the total number of endpoints in the group in the center of the chart.

    To zoom in on a donut chart, click any chart sector. Each sector represents a different endpoint OS. Hovering over each sector allows you to see the OS that the sector represents and the number of endpoints that have that OS installed.

    In this example, the endpoint group contains a total of nine endpoints, with the following OSes installed:

    Donut sector color OS Number of endpoints
    Orange Linux 2
    Green FortiMail 1
    Red FortiManager 1
    Blue Other 5

    To view the endpoint group in a bubble pack display, click the + button in the center of the donut chart. You can view each individual endpoint in the bubble pack view.

    To return to the donut chart display, click the - button at the top of the bubble.