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This documentation mentions features that are currently beta. AppDynamics reserves the right to change the features at any time before making them generally available as well as never making them generally available. Any buying decisions should be made based on features that are currently generally available.



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Server Monitoring Metrics Reference

Access the Server Network Window

To access the Server Network Window

From AppDynamics Home, click Infrastructure. On the Servers list double-click a server name and then click the Network tab.

Features of the Server Network Window

On the Server Network window for the selected server you can:

  • For each network interface, see the MAC, IPv4, and IPv6 address.
  • See whether or not the network interface is:
    • enabled
    • functional, its operational state
    • equipped with an ethernet cable that is plugged in
    • operating in full or half-full duplex mode

and the

    • maximum transmission unit (MTUor size (in bytes) of the largest protocol data unit that the network interface can pass
    • speed of the ethernet connection in Mbit/sec
  • See the network throughput in kilobytes/sec and how many packets/sec were sent and received.
  • Change the time period of the metrics collected and displayed.
  • Hover over on any point on a chart to see the metric value for that time.

No metrics showing?

Network device speed cannot be found for some devices and some Linux versions.

Interpreting the Metrics on the Server Network Window

The following describes the columns available for the Servers Network window.

For the selected network interface:

  • Network Throughput receivedThe volume of data received per second.
  • Network Throughput sent: The volume of data sent per second. 
  • Packets per sec incomingThe number of data packets received per second.
  • Packets per sec outgoing: The number of data packets sent per second.

For more details of the metrics shown here, see Server Monitoring Metrics Reference.

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