Logging and Reporting : Using the system dashboard
Using the system dashboard
The system dashboard is displayed when you log into the system (or into a virtual domain). It enables you to monitor system-wide health and utilization. You can also use it to perform some operational tasks.
Figure 57 shows the system dashboard. Table 97 describes the information and utilities present in system dashboard portlets.
Table 97: System dashboard portlets
Information and Utilities
System Information
Displays: Hostname, current time, system uptime, serial number, firmware version.
Operations: Update firmware, upload license, reboot, shutdown, reset.
System Resources
Displays: CPU utilization, Memory utilization, disk utilization, concurrent connections, connections per second, inbound throughput, outbound throughput.
License Information
Displays: License status and version information for Fortiguard services.
Operations: Upload license, navigate to the FortiGuard services configuration page.
Recent Event Logs
Tail of the event log.
Virtual Servers (Server Load Balance)
Virtual Servers
Displays: Status of configured virtual servers.
Select the Monitor checkbox to display throughput and connections graphs.
Click the Real Server link to display status and throughput for the virtual server’s real server pool.
Gateways (Link Load Balance)
Drill-in: Select the Monitor checkbox to display throughput and session information.
FQDN (Global Load Balance)
DNS responses
Review a table of DNS responses per pool member.
HA Status
HA Status
Displays HA mode and details for HA member nodes.
Before you begin:
You must have Read-Write permission for Log & Report settings.
To display the dashboard:
Go to System > Dashboard.
Figure 57:  System dashboard
Figure 58 shows the dashboard virtual server report.
Figure 58: Dashboard Virtual Server report
Figure 59 shows the dashboard virtual server report.
Figure 59: Dashboard Gateways report