Use this page to see details of your Smoothwall. The sections on this page might vary due to customization.
Navigation: Reports > Reports > Summary.
|Alerts||These notify you of several things. For example, an administrator login failure or a series of occurring events over a specified period.|
|Core Services||The core services' status of your Smoothwall Filter and Firewall, which should always be running, such as the web server or syslog. Core services only have two states, running or error.|
|Optional Services||The status of any additional services.|
|Network Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Table|
|IP||Shows you details of the network details that you would otherwise need to use the command line to find out. Click the interface name to open the Interface details report for that interface.|
|Software UTM Updates|
|Software UTM Updates||Indicates if there are any software updates available.|
|Tip of the day|
|Tip of the day||A helpful bit of information that you might find useful.|
|Numbers of requests processed and blocked by the web filter|
|Statistic||Shows you details of the requests processed and blocked by the web filter.|
|Processor||Shows you how the system is behaving, and you can click the graph to open the System Load Averages report to get historical data about load averages. The load average on the summary report is static. The load average graph shows an abstract representation of the system workload. It's not just a measure of CPU load but rather an abstract that tries to give you a general insight into how well the system is coping with the workload. The load average is an abstract value and uses CPU load, memory load and disk load to create the load average number. This means that a high load does not necessarily mean that the CPU is busy. Often disk load is the main reason for high load average due to web filter logging and reporting database index creation. See our knowledge base article, Understanding the Load Average graph and numbers on a Smoothwall.|
|Programs||Shows you how much RAM is being used by your Smoothwall Filter and Firewall hardware appliance. Click the graphs to open the Memory Usage report and the Swap Usage report.|
|Hard Disk Drive Info|
|Drive||Shows you how much storage is available.|
|CD ROM Drive Info|
|CD ROM Drive Info||Shows you details of the CD ROM drive.|
|Interface and Host Bandwidth Usage|
Shows you bandwidth throughput and current rates. This is useful for troubleshooting.
|Per IP address statistics|
|IP address||Shows you the clients on your network consuming the most data at any point in time.|
|Network routing table|
|Destination||The network destination of the route.|
|Gateway||The network point that acts as an entrance to another network.|
|Netmask||The network mask, or netmask, that hides the network part of an IP address so that only the host part of the address remains.|
|Flags||The routing table status. It indicates the quality of service associated with the route. For example, the U flag indicates that an IP route is up, the G flag indicates that the route is to a gateway, the H flag indicates that the destination is a fully qualified host address, rather than a network.|
|Metric||Indicates the associated cost of using the indicated route. This is useful for determining the efficiency of a certain route from two points in a network.|
|Interface||Indicates what locally available interface is responsible for reaching the gateway. Click the name to open the Interface details report for the interface.|
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