The Autonomous System View displays information on the autonomous systems (AS) to which a router belongs, along withIN / OUT traffic details for each AS.
|In order to get AS info in this view, you need to configure your router to include AS info. AS information collection is resource intensive, especially when configured for origin-AS. In case you are not interested in monitoring peering arrangements, disabling AS collection may improve NetFlow Analyzer performance.|
The Router List displays each router along with the AS to which it belongs, for a particular collector. The view also shows the organization to which the AS belongs, and the amount of incoming and outgoing traffic for the past one hour(as default). There is a provision to selectively view the top 5, 10, 15, 20, 50, 100 or 200 of the AS systems for the Last 1 Hour / Day / Week / Month / Quarter. It is possible to sort the list of AS by IN/OUT traffic.
The purpose of icons and buttons in the Router List are explained below.
|Click this icon, or on the router name, to view the autonomous systems to which this router belongs|
|Click this icon to hide the AS corresponding to a router|
Click this icon before the router name to change the display name of the device, its SNMP community string, or its SNMP port
You can click on [Hide All] to hide the AS systems corresponding to a router.