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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Map View

The Map View pane shows IPsec VPN connections on an interactive world map (Google Maps). Select a specific community from the tree menu to show only that community's tunnels.

Hovering the cursor over a connection will highlight the connection and show the gateway, ADOM, and city names for each end of the tunnel.

The following options are available:

Topology View

The topology view shows the configured VPN gateways. See IPsec VPN gateways.

Traffic View

The traffic view shows network traffic through the tunnels between protected subnets.

Show Table

Select to show the connection table on the bottom of the pane. In the topology view, this option is only available when a specific community is selected.

  • The topology table shows the VPN gateway list and toolbar, with a column added for location. See Managing VPN gateways for information.
  • The traffic table shows the same information and options as the Monitor tab. See Monitoring IPsec VPN tunnels for information.

Show Tunnel Down Only

Select to show only tunnels that are currently down.

This option is only available on the traffic view.

Refresh

Click to refresh the map view, or click the down arrow and select a refresh rate from the dropdown menu.

Toggle Full Screen

Click to view the map in full screen mode. Press Esc to return to the windowed view.

If necessary, the location of a device can be manually configured when editing the device; see Editing device information.

Map View

The Map View pane shows IPsec VPN connections on an interactive world map (Google Maps). Select a specific community from the tree menu to show only that community's tunnels.

Hovering the cursor over a connection will highlight the connection and show the gateway, ADOM, and city names for each end of the tunnel.

The following options are available:

Topology View

The topology view shows the configured VPN gateways. See IPsec VPN gateways.

Traffic View

The traffic view shows network traffic through the tunnels between protected subnets.

Show Table

Select to show the connection table on the bottom of the pane. In the topology view, this option is only available when a specific community is selected.

  • The topology table shows the VPN gateway list and toolbar, with a column added for location. See Managing VPN gateways for information.
  • The traffic table shows the same information and options as the Monitor tab. See Monitoring IPsec VPN tunnels for information.

Show Tunnel Down Only

Select to show only tunnels that are currently down.

This option is only available on the traffic view.

Refresh

Click to refresh the map view, or click the down arrow and select a refresh rate from the dropdown menu.

Toggle Full Screen

Click to view the map in full screen mode. Press Esc to return to the windowed view.

If necessary, the location of a device can be manually configured when editing the device; see Editing device information.