Is it possible to create reports or graphs displaying type and amount of transported data, sources and dests?
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Is it possible to create reports or graphs displaying type and amount of transported data, sources and dests?

L2 Linker

Where to start with this topic:

I can monitor the bandwith with SNMP and PRTG Network Monitor.

Now I'm interested in data >>>PA can provide <<< about types of data, sources and destinations?

I would like to check e.g. this:

How much VoIP is running through the PA?

Who is downloading most data at the moment.

a.s.o.

I know there is sflow, but may be PA can help.

Roman

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L7 Applicator

Hello Roman,

You can get these detail information from ACC report.  (GUI of the PAN firewall). Or you may generate a custom PDF report with required parameter.

custom report.jpg

Hope this helps.

Thanks

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L7 Applicator

Hello Roman,

You can get these detail information from ACC report.  (GUI of the PAN firewall). Or you may generate a custom PDF report with required parameter.

custom report.jpg

Hope this helps.

Thanks

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L5 Sessionator

Hi Rkra,

If you are interested in running reports for specific application you can run query for those applications. Below is an example for VoIP_Report, where I am interested in looking at sessions and bytes for sip, rtp and rtcp traffic ((name eq sip) or (name eq rtp) or (name eq rtcp)). You can also use additional filters in "Selected Columns" to view more parameters. Hope this helps.

voip_query.JPG

Thank you.

Agree with , custom report with query will give you information.

L2 Linker

Is it possible to make a reverse DNS Query in reports to get Names instead IPs in report displayed?

Roman

rkra wrote:

Is it possible to make a reverse DNS Query in reports to get Names instead IPs in report displayed?

Roman

If you are creating a custom report and just click "Run Now" it will give you IPs.  I believe if you do a scheduled report, it will provide any applicable DNS name.

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