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How do I view the throughput on the IPS/TPS?

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    • 28 Jul 2017
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IPS/TPS throughput.
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You can view the throughput on the Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) from the following locations;

From the SMS Client

Go to Devices → "expand the device" → Events → Performance → Tier Stats

 

From the IPS CLI

Run the command "show np tier-stats". This command will provide information on the different tiers on the device. Look at the "Tier 1:" statistics, the numbers in parenthesis represents the high water mark on the IPS since it's last reboot. The number on the left indicates the throughput at the time the command was issued.

# show np tier-stats
----------------------------------------------------------
Tier 1:
----------------------------------------------------------
Rx Mbps                 = 0.0    (0.0)
Tx Mbps                 = 0.0    (0.0)
Rx packets/sec          = 0.0    (16.0)
Tx packets/sec          = 0.0    (16.0)
Bypass Mbps             = 0.0    (0.0)
VLANTrans packets/sec   = 0.0    (0.0)
VLANTrans to Rx /sec    = 0.0%
A/B Balance             = 100.0% (A: 9.0 B: 7.0)
Utilization             = 0.0%   (0.0%)
Ratio to next tier      = 100.0% [100.0%]
----------------------------------------------------------


EXPLANATION ===============

Rx Mbps = Rate in Mbits/second received by the device across all ports.
Tx Mbps = Rate in Mbits/second transmitted by the device across all ports.
Rx packets/sec = Rate in packets/second received by the device across all ports.
Tx packets/sec = Rate in packets/second transmitted by the device across all ports.
Bypass Mbps = Mbps matching inspection bypass rule, not counted against IPS total limit
A/B Balance = shows how Zuma is balancing between XLRs (50/50 is ideal).
Utilization = % as rated against system throughput
Ratio to next tier = only inspection bypass can bring this below 100%.

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