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2020/11/05 18:07:37 (permalink)
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What this means ""HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ?

Hi, guys,
 
Just would like to know, this snmp "HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" or "HA Cluster Member 2 - Network Bandwidth Usage" for which part of the Fortigate HA cluster; as the attached ?
 
1. It should not be device interface traffic utilization
2. It should not be device HA heartbeat interface traffic utilization
 
So what does it mean "HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" or "HA Cluster Member 2 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ?

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Re: What this means ""HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ? 2020/11/15 10:37:49 (permalink)
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do you have the OID for these? not sure if zabbix makes up those names it self or not.
 
i assume it is the total throughput for the firewall, same information you also see in the System > HA screen.
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Re: What this means ""HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ? 2020/11/16 20:22:13 (permalink)
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Hi, boneyard,
 
Thanks for your information update.
 
These should be different values, as the attached.
 
 
 
post edited by BensonLEI - 2020/11/16 20:23:57

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Re: What this means ""HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ? 2020/11/18 01:59:40 (permalink)
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does the values of the 600E system > ha make sense? 30kbps is quite low traffic wise.
 
have you refreshed it a couple of times?
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Re: What this means ""HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ? 2020/11/18 19:19:37 (permalink)
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Hi, Boneyard,
 
Thanks for your update...
 
I did refreshed the update many times.
 
just would like to know what this refers to :
1. It is not referred to Heartbeat interfaces traffic utilization
2. It is not referred to WAN interfaces traffic utilization
 
So what "HA Cluster Member - Network Bandwidth Usage" means ? 
 
post edited by BensonLEI - 2020/11/18 19:34:52

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Re: What this means ""HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ? 2020/11/19 09:55:39 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby BensonLEI 2020/11/22 17:59:12
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i stand by my point it shows the system HA network throughput (which is all traffic together i believe)
 
you are mixing data from 400E and 600E here, perhaps you mixed in another device?
 
if not please share the SNMP OID Zabbix is reading for this
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Re: What this means ""HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ? 2020/11/19 18:43:22 (permalink)
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Hi, Boneyard,
 
The information got from Zabbix about this item:
 
Name : HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage
Key: fgHaStatsNetUsage
SNMP OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.12356.101.13.2.1.1.5.1
 
Meaning: the cluster unit’s current Network bandwidth usage.
 
You mean it is the switching capacity of the Fortigate device ?
 
 
 
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Re: What this means ""HA Cluster Member 1 - Network Bandwidth Usage" ? 2020/11/20 01:43:04 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby BensonLEI 2020/11/22 17:58:45
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not the capacity, but the total current throughput i would call it.
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