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1 SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Device Management Titlepae F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer Supports Management Module SM-F5N1000

2 Notice Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. (Aprisma), reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice. The reader should in all cases consult Aprisma to determine whether any such changes have been made. The hardware, firmware, or software described in this manual is subject to change without notice. IN NO EVENT SHALL APRISMA, ITS EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS, OR AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS MANUAL OR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT, EVEN IF APRISMA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF, KNOWN, OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Copyright January 2001 by Aprisma Management Technologies. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Order Number: Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. 121 Technology Drive Durham NH SPECTRUM, thespectrum IMT/VNM logo, DCM, IMT, andvnm are registered trademarks, and SpectroGRAPH, SpectroSERVER, Inductive Modeling Technology, Device Communications Manager, andvirtual Network Machine are trademarks of Aprisma or its affiliates. Ethernet is a trademark of Xerox Corporation. Big-IP LoadBalancer is a trademark of F5 Networks, Inc. Virus Disclaimer Aprisma makes no representations or warranties to the effect that the Licensed Software is virus-free. Aprisma has tested its software with current virus checking technologies. However, because no anti-virus system is 100% reliable, we strongly caution you to write protect and then verify that the Licensed Software, prior to installing it, is virus-free with an anti-virus system in which you have confidence. Restricted Rights Notice (Applicable to licenses to the United States Government only.) 1. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c) (1) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., 121 Technology Drive NH (a) This computer software is submitted with restricted rights. It may not be used, reproduced, or disclosed by the Government except as provided in paragraph (b) of this Notice or as otherwise expressly stated in the contract. (b) This computer software may be: (1) Used or copied for use in or with the computer or computers for which it was acquired, including use at any Government installation to which such computer or computers may be transferred; (2) Used or copied for use in a backup computer if any computer for which it was acquired is inoperative; (3) Reproduced for archival or backup purposes; (4) Modified, adapted, or combined with other computer software, provided that the modified, combined, or adapted portions of the derivative software incorporating restricted computer software are made subject to the same restricted rights; (5) Disclosed to and reproduced for use by support service contractors in accordance with subparagraphs (b) (1) through (4) of this clause, provided the Government makes such disclosure or reproduction subject to these restricted rights; and (6) Used or copied for use in or transferred to a replacement computer. (c) Notwithstanding the foregoing, if this computer software is published copyrighted computer software, it is licensed to the Government, without disclosure prohibitions, with the minimum rights set forth in paragraph (b) of this clause. (d) Any other rights or limitations regarding the use, duplication, or disclosure of this computer software are to be expressly stated in, or incorporated in, the contract. (e) This Notice shall be marked on any reproduction of this computer software, in wholeorinpart. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page2 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

3 Contents INTRODUCTION 5 Purpose and Scope...5 Required Reading...5 Supported Devices...6 The SPECTRUM Model...6 TASKS 8 Application Information (examine)...8 Device View (monitor)...8 Device (configure)...8 Device Topology (examine)...8 Fault Isolation (configure)...8 Interface Mask and Address (examine)...8 Model Information (examine)...8 Model Redundancy (configure)...8 Performance Views (examine)...8 Port Statistics (monitor)...8 DEVICE VIEWS 9 Interface Device View...9 Interface Icons...10 Interface Icon Subviews Menu Options...11 Interface Status View...12 Secondary Address Panel...12 DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEWS 13 Interface Device Topology View...13 Cablewalk and Cablewalk List Views...14 APPLICATION VIEWS 15 Application Icons...16 Supported Applications...16 Big-IP Application...17 Interfaces View...17 Interface Table...17 Interface IP addresses...18 IF Address Table...18 Pools...18 Pool Table...19 Pool Members...19 Member Table...19 Virtual Addresses...20 Virtual Address Table...20 Virtual Servers...21 Virtual Server Table...21 Snat Original Conf...23 SNAT Original Conf...24 General Big IP Scalars...24 Virtual Address (VADDRESS) Information...26 Network Address (NADDR) Information...26 NAT (Network Address Translation) Information...27 Virtual Port (VPORT) Information...28 SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page3 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

4 Contents Contents Member Information...29 UCD SNMP Application...30 Extensible View...31 Memory Information View...31 Disk Information View...32 Load Average Information View...33 CONFIGURATION VIEWS 34 Device Configuration View...34 Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options...35 Interface Address Translation Table...35 Interface Configuration View...36 Device Fault Isolation Configuration Options View...36 PERFORMANCE VIEW 37 Performance View...37 IP Routing Detail View...38 Port Performance View...38 MODEL INFORMATION VIEWS 39 INDEX 40 SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page4 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

5 Introduction This section introduces the SPECTRUM Device Management documentation for F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer devices. This introduction to the F5 LoadBalancer documentation contains the following information: Purpose and Scope Required Reading Supported Devices (Page 6) The SPECTRUM Model (Page 6) Purpose and Scope Use this documentation as a guide for managing F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer devices with the SPECTRUM management module SM-F5N1000. This documentation describes the icons, menus, and views that enable you to remotely monitor, configure, and troubleshoot Load Balancer devices through software models in your SPECTRUM database. Only information specific to the supported management module is included under this topic. For general information about device management using SPECTRUM and for explanation of basic SPECTRUM functionality, and navigation techniques, refer to the documentation listed under Required Reading. Required Reading To use this documentation effectively, you must be familiar with the information covered by the other SPECTRUM online documentation topics listed below. Getting Started with SPECTRUM for Operators Getting Started with SPECTRUM for Administrators How To Manage Your Network with SPECTRUM SPECTRUM Views SPECTRUM Menus SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page5 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

6 Introduction SPECTRUM Icons Supported Devices The SPECTRUM management module SM- F5N1000 currently allows you to model different types of F5 Load Balancer devices as described below. The F5 Big-IP Load Balancer is a device which provides the means to load balance servers, caches, firewalls, and VPN gateways. It contains four load balancing modes, and three modes for maintaining connections to servers. This device supports Intelligent traffic control, Secure Network Address Translation (SNAT), performance monitoring, full TCP/IP protocol support, VLAN trunking, and GB Ethernet interface. The SPECTRUM Model Supported Devices SPECTRUM uses a single device model type, BigIPLoadBlncr, for modeling any of the supported F5 devices. Load balancer models are represented in SpectroGRAPH views by Device icons. As Figure 1 shows, the appearance of the Device icon varies slightly depending on the kind of view it appears in. Figure 1: Model Name Small and Large Device Icons Large Device icon appears in Device Topology, Location, and InterfaceDeviceviews. SmallDeviceiconappearsin Topology, Device Topology, Application, and Container views. Model Name SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page6 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

7 Introduction Figure 2 shows a portion of a Topology view in which the Device icon representing the Load Balancer model appears surrounded by icons representing the network entities which the device connects in this case two Ethernet LANs and an Off-Page Reference icon representing a Wide Area Link to a corporate network. Figure 2: Device Icon in Topology View Sales_Nashua LAN The SPECTRUM Model Through its double-click zones and its Icon Subviews menu, the Device icon is your starting point for accessing the views and other displays that let you perform device management activities such as those listed in the Tasks section immediately following this introduction. The rest of the documentation for this management module is organized according to view type, as follows. Device Views (Page 9) Device Topology Views (Page 13) Application Views (Page 15) Configuration Views (Page 34) Model Information Views (Page 39) Device Icon JK2 LoadBalncr Admin_Nashua WA_Link LAN SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page7 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

8 Tasks This section lists device management tasks alphabetically and provides links to descriptions of the views and/or tableusedtoperformthetask. Application Information (examine) Application Views (Page 15) Device View (monitor) Device Views (Page 9) Device (configure) Device Configuration View (Page 34) Device Topology (examine) Device Topology Views (Page 13) Model Redundancy (configure) Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options (Page 35) Performance Views (examine) Performance View (Page 37) Port Performance View on Page 38 Port Statistics (monitor) Port Performance View (Page 38) Fault Isolation (configure) Device Fault Isolation Configuration Options View (Page 36) Interface Mask and Address (examine) Secondary Address Panel (Page 12) Model Information (examine) Model Information Views (Page 39) SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page8 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

9 Device Views This section describes the Device views and subviews available for models F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer devices in SPECTRUM. Device views use icons and labels to represent the modeled device and its components, such as modules, ports, and applications. There is one type of Device view: Interface Device View Interface Device View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Device > Interface. This view provides dynamic configuration and performance information for each of the device s serial/network/i/o ports, which are represented by Interface icons in the bottom panel of the view, as shown in the figure. The middle panel of the view also displays a Device icon, which allows you to monitor the device operation and access other device-specific views. Figure 3: JK2 of Landscape X Primary Interface Device View File View Tools Bookmarks Helpÿ Name Contact Description Location Model Name 1 ON ISO88025 TokenRing0 0:0:30:68:6F:1B 0:0:0:0 0 2 ÿþ Ethernet Ethernet0 0:0:30:68:6F:9B 0:0:0:0 0 SpectroGRAPH: Network Address Primary Application Find Phy Addr Interface Description i System Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page9 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

10 Device Views Interface Device View Interface Icons Figure 4 shows a close-up of an Interface icon from an Interface Device view. Most of the informational labels on the icon also provide double-click access to other views, as explained in the following label descriptions. (g) Figure 4: a b c d e f g (a) 1 ON ISO Interface Icon (b) 0:0:30:68:6F:1B 0:0:0:0 Interface Number Label IF Status Label Interface Type Label Physical Address Label IP Address Label Gauge Label Network Type Label (c) (d) (e) (f) Interface Number Label This label displays the interface number. IF Status Label This label displays the current Operational Status of the interface (see Table 1). Note that the background color of the label also depends on the interface s current Administrative Status, which is set by the user (see Interface Status View (Page 12)). This view can be accessed by doubleclicking the label. Table 1: Color Interface Status Label Colors Operational Status Administrative Status Green ON ON ON Label Text Blue OFF OFF OFF Yellow OFF ON OFF Red Testing Test Test Interface Type Label This label identifies the type of interface e.g., Ethernet, FDDI, Other, etc. Double-click this label to access the Secondary Address Panel (Page 12). SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page10 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

11 Device Views Interface Device View Physical Address Label This label displays the physical (MAC) address of the interface. Double-click the label to open the Interface Address Translation table, which crossreferences network addresses (IP addresses) to physical (MAC) addresses for selected nodes between networks. Double-clicking on any column entry opens an address-specific Address Translation Table Information view. This view provides the same information as the corresponding row for the IF Address Translation table, but allows you to modify field values. IP Address Label This label displays the IP address for the interface. Double-click the label to open the Secondary Address Panel (Page 12), which allows you to change the address and mask for this interface. Gauge Label This label displays whichever performance statistic has been selected in the Gauge Control panel for this device s interfaces (see the SPECTRUM Views documentation for more information). Double-click this label to open the Port Performance View (Page 38). NetworkTypeLabel This label identifies the type of network the interface is connected to. Double-click the label to open the Model Information view for the interface. Interface Icon Subviews Menu Options Table 2 lists the Icon Subviews menu options available for the Interface icon. Detail Table 2: Interface Icon Subviews Menu Option Opens the... Interface Detail view, which displays Packet, Error, and Discard Breakdown pie charts. IF Status Interface Status View (Page 12). IF Configuration Model Information IF Address Translation Table Secondary Address Panel Interface Configuration View (Page 36). Model Information view for the selected interface (see Model Information Views on Page 39). Interface Address Translation Table view, which shows the Physical and Network address for each interface. Secondary Address Panel (Page 12). SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page11 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

12 Device Views Interface Device View Table 2: Thresholds Interface Icon Subviews Menu Option Opens the... Interface Status View Interface Threshold view, which allows you to set the on/off alarm thresholds for load, packet rate, error rate, and % discarded. Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface icon in the Interface Device view, select IF Status. This view provides information on the operational status of the interface and allows you to enable or disable the port. Operational Status The current state of the interface (ON, OFF, or Testing). Administrative Status This button allows you to select the desired operational state of the interface (ON, OFF, or Testing). Secondary Address Panel Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface icon in the Interface Device view, select Secondary Address Panel. This panel provides a table of IP addresses and masks obtained from the Address Translation table within the device s firmware. You can change the current address displayed in the IP Address field by selecting an entry from the table in this panel and clicking the Update button. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page12 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

13 Device Topology Views This section provides brief descriptions of the Device Topology views available for models of F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer devices in SPECTRUM. Device Topology views show the connections between a modeled device and other network entities. There are two kinds of Device Topology views available for F5 Load Balancer models: Interface Device Topology View Figure 5: Interface Device Topology SpectroGRAPH: Device Topology: IP Address Fileÿ View Tools Bookmarks Help i Interface Device Topology View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select DevTop > Interface. The lower panel of the Interface Device Topology view (Figure 5) uses interface icons to represent the device s serial/network I/O ports. These icons provide the same information and menu options as those in the Interface Device View (Page 9). If there is a device connected to a particular interface, a device icon appears on the vertical bar above the interface icon along with an icon representing the network group that contains the device. Model Name APVntg ASM 50 1 ON ethernet INSIDE 0:0:30:68:6F:1B 0:0:0:0 0 Model Name APVntg ASM 50 2 ON ethernet OUTSIDE 0:0:30:68:6F:1B 0:0:0:0 0 JK2 of type Big-IPof Landscape X Primary Model Name LoadBalancer SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page13 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

14 Cablewalk and Cablewalk List Views Access: From the Icon Subviews ofthedeviceiconinthe Device Topology view. This view is described in detail in the SPECTRUM Views documentation. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page14 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

15 Application Views This section describes the main Application view and the associated application-specific subviews available for models of F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer devices in SPECTRUM. Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Application. When a device model is created, SPECTRUM automatically creates models for each of the major and minor applications supported by the device. The Application view identifies all of these application models, shows their current condition status, and provides access to application-specific subviews. Figure 6 shows an Application view in its default mode (Icon) where each of the application models is represented by an Application icon (see Figure 7 for a close-up). The Application icons are arranged hierarchically under a Device icon, with major applications in the top row and their respective minor applications stacked directly below. If you prefer to see applications displayed by name only, in a single vertical list, select View > Mode > List. Figure 6: Main Application View SpectroGRAPH: File View Tools Bookmarks Help Model Name Network Address System Up Time Contact Manufacturer Description Device Type Location Primary Application Serial Number JK2 MotMPRouter 02_Routing Bridge App JK2_MIB-II BWMgmtA ConfigApps BWMgmtApps MotConfigApps SNMP2_Agent BWMgmtApp GenRtrApp GenRtrApp MP2-Agent ConfigApps ce Routing JK2_CSIS JK2_ICMP JK2_DC_Ap IP Routing ICMPApp MotDCApp MotCSISApp ce_rtr_a pp ICMP_App MotDCApp MotCSISApp IP2RtrApp JK2_TFTP JK2 Static JK2_System MotTFTPApp System2_App MotTFTPApp Static _App System2_App JK2_UDP2 Transparen UDP2_App UDP2_App arent_app JK2 of type LoadBlncr of Landscape node: Primary i SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page15 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

16 Application Views Application Icons Application Icons When the Application view is in Icon mode, each of the application models is represented by an Application icon (Figure 7). Double-clicking the Model Name label (a) at the top of the icon opens the associated Model Information view see Model Information Views (Page 39). For some applications, the Model Type label (c) at the bottom of the icon is also a double-click zone, which opens an application-specific view. Any views accessible through these double-click zones are also accessible from the Application icon s Icon Subviews menu. (b) (c) Figure 7: Application Icon (a) ÿ a Model Name Label / Model Information View b Condition Status Label c Model Type Label / Application-Specific View Supported Applications F5 Big-IP Load Balancer devices support both common and device-specific applications. Applications that are common to many of the different kinds and makes of devices managed by SPECTRUM are listed in Table 3 along with the corresponding documentation topics. The views and subviews available for Load Balancer device-specific applications are SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page16 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

17 Application Views Big-IP Application described in the rest of this section, grouped by major application as listed below: Virtual Address (VADDRESS) Information (Page 26) NAT (Network Address Translation) Information (Page 27) Table 3: Application Routing (GenRtrApp) Ethernet (EthernetApp) Bridging (GenBridgingApp) FDDI Application (RFC 1512App) MIB-II (SNMP2_Agent) Big-IP Application This application contains the following application-specific subviews: Interfaces View (Page 17) Pool Members (Page 19) Virtual Servers (Page 21) Common Applications For more info, see... Miscellaneous Applications Miscellaneous Applications Bridging Applications Miscellaneous Applications MIB-II Applications Member Information (Page 29) General Big IP Scalars (Page 24) Interfaces View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the BigIPApp Application icon, select Interface Config. This view contains the following information: Interface Number The number of interfaces on this Big-IP. Interface Table This table contains the following entries: Interface Name The name of the interface. IP Addresses The list of IP address on this interface. Destination This is a destination interface. Source This is a source interface. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page17 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

18 Application Views Big-IP Application Timeout The seconds before a failout is triggered in failsafe mode. Armed The interface will be armed if the interface failsafe mode is activated. VLANS enabled The VLANs enabled for this device. Masquerade Address The MAC masquerade address for this interface. Last Time Changed The last time the interface attributes were modified. Speed The speed of this interface. Full Duplex Is this interface operating in full duplex mode. Interface IP addresses Address number The number of interface IP addresses on this Big- IP. IF Address Table This table contains information about the BIg/IP interface IP addresses. It contains the following values: IP Address The IP address for this interface IP address. Interface Name The name of the interface for this IP address. Net Mask The netmask for this interface IP address. Broadcast The broadcast address for this interface IP address. Type The type for this interface IP address. Unit Id The unit identifier for this interface IP address. VLAN Tag The VLAN tag for this interface IP address. Pools Pool number The number of pools on this Big-IP. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page18 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

19 Application Views Big-IP Application Pool Table This table contains information about the Big-IP pools, and displays the following: Name The name of this pool. The load balance mode of this pool. Possible values are: Dependent Whether or not the pool is dependent. Member Quantity The number of members in this pool. Bits In The number of bits in this pool. Bits Out The number of bits out for this pool. Packets In The total of packets in this pool. Packets Out The total of packets out of this pool. Maximum Connections The maximum number of connections the members of this pool have had open at any one time. Current Connections The current number of connections the members of this pool have open. Total Connections The total number of connections the members of this pool have served since the pool started. Pool Members Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the BigIPApp Application icon, select Pool Members. This view contains the following information: Member Number The number of pool members on this Big-IP. Member Table This table displays the following: Pool name The name of the pool. IP Address The IP address of this pool member. Port The port of this pool member. Maintenance Whether or not this pool is in maintenance mode. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page19 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

20 Application Views Big-IP Application Ratio The Load Balancing ratio of the member within the pool. Priority The priority level of the member within the pool. Used by the priority member load balancing mode. Weight The weight of the member within the pool. Ripeness The current load balancing state in the member load balancing mode. Member Bits In The total bits in for this pool member. Member Bits Out The total bits out for this pool member. Packets In The total packets in for this pool member. Packets Out The total packets out for this pool member. Maximum Connections The maximum number of connections this pool member can have open at any one time. Current Connections The current number of connections this pool member has open. Total Connections The total number of connections that this pool number has served since starting a pool. Virtual Addresses Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the BigIPApp Application icon, select Virtual Address Config. Number The number of virtual addresses on this device. Virtual Address Table This table contains the following information: IP Address The IP address for this virtual server. Status The status of the server, whether it is in maintenance mode. Connection Limit The total number of connections this virtual address can support at one time. Net Mask The net mask for this virtual address. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page20 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

21 Application Views Big-IP Application Broadcast The broadcast address for this virtual address. Interface The name of the network interface that this address is attached to. Failover Flags The failover flags for this virtual address. Octets In The number of octets received from the network from this virtual server. Octets Out The number of octets sent to the network from this virtual server. Packets In The number of packets received from the network from this virtual server. Packets Out The number of packets sent to the network from this virtual server. Current Connections The number of connections currently open on this virtual server. Maximum Connections The maximum number of connections this virtual server has had open at any one time. Total Connections The total number of connections this virtual server has had since it started. Octets In The number of octets received from the network from this virtual server. Octets Out The number of octets sent to the network from this virtual server. Unit Id The unique identifier of this virtual server. Virtual Servers Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the BigIPApp Application icon, select Virtual Server Config. Number The number of virtual servers on this device. Virtual Server Table This table contains the following information: IP Address The IP address of this virtual server. Port The port for this virtual server. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page21 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

22 Application Views Big-IP Application Status The status of the virtual server. App Protocol The application tunnelling protocol this virtual server uses. App Protocol Timeout The persistence timeout for this application protocol session. App Protocol Reaper The amount of idle time before we reap an application protocol session. Persist Timeout The timeout for persistence on this connection. Persist Mask The IP addresses matching this mask will have persistent connection. Those not covered by this mask will not. Sticky Is the Destination Address Affinity turned on for this connection? Sticky Mask The addresses matching this mask will have Destination Address Affinity if the virtual server sticky is true. Failover Flag The failover flag for this virtual server. Octets In The number of octets received from the network from this virtual server. Octets Out The number of octets sent to the network from this virtual server. Packets In The number of packets received by the network from this virtual server. Packets Out The number of packets sent to the network from this virtual server. Current Connection The number of connections currently open on this virtual server. Maximum Connections The maximum number of connections this virtual server has had open at any one time. Total Connections The total number of connections this virtual server has served since the server started. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page22 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

23 Application Views Big-IP Application New The number of new SSL sessions on this virtual server. Hits The number of lookup successes in the SSL session id cache for valid sessions ids. Timeouts The number of lookup successes in the SSL session id that have already been reaped. Misses The number of lookup failures in the SSL session id cache. Cookie Method The cookie persistence method for this virtual server. Rule The load balancing rule used by this virtual server. Pool The load balancing pool used by this virtual server. Snat Original Conf A table which contains all of the secure NATS entries. It contains the following information: TransEnabled Indicates whether this Translation Address is enabled or disabled. Address The IP address to the outside world for this SNAT. TransIface The name of the interface that this translation address exists on. Netmask The network mask for the SNAT Translation address. TransBroadcast The broadcast address for the SNAT Translation Address. Secs Collecting Stats The number of seconds we have been collecting statistics for this port. Bits In The total bits in for this SNAT. Bits Out The total bits out for this SNAT. Packets In The total packets in for this SNAT. Packets Out The total packets out for this SNAT. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page23 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

24 Application Views Big-IP Application Last Transport Last translated port accessed using the SNAT. Unit Id The unit number of the load balancer to which the SNAT translation address is assigned. SNAT Original Conf A table of all secure SNAT entries that contains the following information: OrigEnabled Is this enabled for SNAT? OrigAddr The IP address to the outside world for this SNAT. OrigConnLimit The maximum number of connections through this SNAT. OrigTransAddr The translation address corresponding to this original address. OrigTcpTimeout The idle timeout for TCP connections through this SNAT. OrigUdpIdleTimeout The idle timeout. OrigStatsZeroTime The time statistics started being collected. SecsCollectingStats The number of seconds we have been collecting statistics for this port. General Big IP Scalars Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the BigIPApp Application icon, select Configuration. Uptime The uptime of this device; not the uptime of the SNMP agent Total Connections The total number of connections this balancer has serviced. Current Connections The number of current connections. Maximum Connections The maximum number of connections that this balancer has serviced at one time. Packets In The total count of all packets read off of the network. SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Page24 F5 Big-IP LoadBalancer

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