[NEBULA] What is site usage means in Overview page? How do you calculate it?

BackZero
BackZero Posts: 17  Freshman Member
edited April 2021 in Nebula
Hi There
Question is as title and your concise reply will be highly appreciated
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  • Nebula_Bayardo
    Nebula_Bayardo Posts: 224  Zyxel Employee
    Hey BackZero, glad to see you around here again.
    That usage indicator shows the amount of data consumed by the clients of the site, within the last 24 hrs.
    If you have 10 or less devices in your site, you will be able to get the same value if you sum-up the usage of each device in Site-Wide > Summary report > Top devices by Usage (it's a top 10).

    If you have time, you can take a look to Documents > Nebula Solution > Nebula Solution Documentation > 6. Nebula Control Center User's guide and in chapter 6, page 117 you will find some details about the overview page.
  • BackZero
    BackZero Posts: 17  Freshman Member
    edited March 2017
    Hi @Nebula_Bayardo
    One more question, it is not clear the definition of client according to your user manual. It states the number of clients associated with the site. I have 36 clients under my site during the past 24 hours, but I only connected to NAP via my phone once only. Where are other clients coming from? How do you define clients ?

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  • Nebula_Bayardo
    Nebula_Bayardo Posts: 224  Zyxel Employee
    Hey @BackZero ,
    The number of clients in Overview page shows the total clients that the site has, including the NAP, NSW and NSG clients. In the most typical and simple topology scenario, the connection will be Inet > NSG > NSW > NAP meaning that the NSG will have the same clients of NAP and NSW (including them), having this as the total clients of the site.

    In your case, could you please provide the topology? It seems like you have a different topology than the described above

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