On the Traffic Monitor page, you can see log messages from your Firebox or XTM device as they occur. On some networks, there can be a short delay as log messages are sent.
Traffic Monitor can help you troubleshoot network performance. For example, you can see which policies are used most, or whether external interfaces are constantly used to their maximum capacity.
If you connect to a FireCluster, the Traffic Monitor page includes a drop-down list to select which cluster member log messages to view.
To choose which cluster member to see on the Traffic Monitor page:
From the Member drop-down list, select a cluster member.
You can use the Traffic Monitor buttons to sort the information that you see in the Traffic Monitor. When you select a button, Traffic Monitor shows only log messages of the type you selected. You can also use the filter text box to search the log messages and refine the data you see in Traffic Monitor.
To sort by message type, click a button:
To filter log messages by specified details:
You can select whether the messages in the display appear in black and white, or in color. You can also select all the messages in the display or clear all the messages from the display.
From Traffic Monitor, you can pause and restart the display of traffic in Traffic Monitor.
If log messages from APT Blocker appear in Traffic Monitor, you can review the threat information to see more details about the threat.
For more information, see View APT Threat Information.
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