Map Views

Map views are available for tunnels and application/SLA paths. Map views show the location of each site for the selected group. Map views show only a single level below the selected group.
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Map views are available for tunnels and application/SLA paths. Map views show the location of each site for the selected group. Map views show only a single level below the selected group.
Example:
 A USA site group contains site groups for states. The site groups for states contain site groups for cities. If you select USA, the map view shows the site groups for states, but not for cities. If you select a state, the map view shows the site groups for cities within the state.
When a site is selected, the connections to and from other sites appear. The connection lines are color-coded based on health metrics. Site router details appear when you hover over a site. Tunnel or application/SLA path details appear when you hover over a connection.
The following example shows the important elements of a map view for tunnels:
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Configure a Map View
Map views include standard view configuration options, such as time filters and context settings. For standard view configuration details, see Customize Views.
Follow these steps:
  1. Specify the thresholds for each site metric (CPU utilization, memory utilization, and virtual interface utilization).
    If the value for the site is at or above the specified value, the icon indicates the status by color.
    Green indicates normal, yellow indicates minor, orange indicates major, and red indicates critical.
    You can specify thresholds with up to two decimals places with the lowest value being 0.01. Values with more than two decimal places are rounded.
    For metrics where low values are bad and high values are good, set Minor highest and Critical lowest. To omit a severity level, set the threshold value to zero.
  2. Specify the thresholds for each tunnel or application/SLA path metric.