Purpose of this Guide
How to use Statseeker’s Advanced Reporting Tools to graph and report on historical data.
Introduction to the Advanced Reporting Tools
The Advanced Reporting Tools are only available in the Network Infrastructure Monitor – Advanced Console.
The Advanced Reporting Tools are available for the following technology and data types:
Two method’s of accessing the Advanced Reporting Tools
1. Direct from the Network Infrastructure Monitor – Advanced Console
Advanced Reporting Tools can be selected directly from the Network Infrastructure Monitor – Advanced Console via the Reporting Tool links.
In the examples above, select a specific Group Filter or Device Filter before selecting the appropriate Reporting Tool.
Note: Selecting too many attributes for graphing or reporting may result in the browser not being able to render graphs or display reports.
2. Selecting a Link From Within a Report.
Most reports in Statseeker allow access to an Advanced Reporting Tool by selecting a hyperlink from the ‘Links’ column.
The first column of the Advanced Reporting Tool displays a list of reportable attributes.
The Advanced Reporting Tools are made up of five main sections:
Example 1 – Graphing Interface Utilization in one Minute Granularity
Example 2 – Graphing a Months Data for one Interface
Example 3 – Graphing a Months Data for Multiple Interfaces
Note: In the example above the Y scales in the graphs are different. Statseeker automatically adjusts the scales
If we were using a Report type of Bits Per Second, Bytes, Packets, Errors or Discards then the Y Maximum field is
Example 4 – Reporting on Average Utilization on Multiple Interfaces for a Month During Business Hours
Example 5 – Reporting on the Maximum one minute Utilization Peak for a Month During Business Hours
Example 6 – Aggregating Multiple Interfaces
Aggregation using the Database Type of ‘Average’:
Aggregation using the Database Type of ‘Total’: