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Hi Team,

Can we get a graph for active sessions for a weeks time? Or is there any way i can get the history of the active sessions?

Regards,

Sanjay S

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hi @Sanjay_Ramaiah ,

 

Absolutely! There are many, many ways.  Look at the details in the pics to see how.

 

You can create a widget under ACC.

 

TomYoung_0-1697808223654.png

 

 

You can create a custom report.

 

TomYoung_0-1697806865272.png

Click Run Now and you will see the results.

 

TomYoung_1-1697806920947.png

If you want a more granular custom report, you can change the day to hour.  You would need to change the Sort By to Top250 for hours in a week.  That view is not as nice as the ACC.

 

If you want a more detailed graph with smaller intervals, you may need to use an NMS and collect the data via SNMP.    https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000ClaSCAS

 

You could also use automation and collect the allocated sessions via XML API, "show session info".

 

I didn't see it under Monitor > App Scope.

 

Thanks,

 

Tom

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hi @Sanjay_Ramaiah ,

 

Absolutely! There are many, many ways.  Look at the details in the pics to see how.

 

You can create a widget under ACC.

 

TomYoung_0-1697808223654.png

 

 

You can create a custom report.

 

TomYoung_0-1697806865272.png

Click Run Now and you will see the results.

 

TomYoung_1-1697806920947.png

If you want a more granular custom report, you can change the day to hour.  You would need to change the Sort By to Top250 for hours in a week.  That view is not as nice as the ACC.

 

If you want a more detailed graph with smaller intervals, you may need to use an NMS and collect the data via SNMP.    https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000ClaSCAS

 

You could also use automation and collect the allocated sessions via XML API, "show session info".

 

I didn't see it under Monitor > App Scope.

 

Thanks,

 

Tom

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Thank you @TomYoung this is what i exactly wanted 🙂

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