Why are we doing this? There are several reasons, some of which are internal, but mostly these graphs are faster, contain more information, and don't look like they came from the 90s. (No offense to the Discman, beepers, N64, or AOL screen names.)
We'll keep NRG graphs up and running through the middle of May 2018, after which they will automatically redirect to the new graphs.
Search for your Member Organization name. Use shorter sections of text, such as "Abbotsford" or "Wrightstown". If you have any issues finding your graphs, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Member Organization||Name of organization|
|Device A / Z||Hostname of the WiscNet devices on either side of your uplink|
|Interface A / Z||Router interface names|
|Bandwidth||Capacity of link in mbps|
|Site Code||Code used to help correlate graphs to Member Organization|
|Transport Provider||Who you may be using as a transport provider|
|Transport Provider ID A / Z||Circuit ID from the transport provider|
|WiscNet Circuit ID||Internal WiscNet identifier for your circuit|
|bps||Bits per second|
|pps||Packets per Second|
|Utilization||Percentage of connection used. If you have a 1Gbps connection that is using 100Mbps, this should show approximately 1/10th full.|
|Errors||Number of ethernet or CRC errors on the link. Ideally this should be zero and the graph should be pretty boring. If you see errors, contact support to troubleshoot.|
|Discards||Number of discards on an interface. Discards typically occur when a link is saturated|
These are sensors and indicators on your WiscNet Managed Device (CPE). These graphs will not be visible if you do not have a device.
|Time in milliseconds it took our monitoring server to ping WiscNet router on premise. Ping is currently sourcing from Eau Claire, WI.|
|CPU||Processor utilization of device|
|Temperature||Internal temperature of device. Some models will have multiple sensors. Y axis changes dynamically.|
|Memory||Memory utilization of WiscNet router. Some devices may display multiple readings depending on memory pool|
|Uptime||Length of time in days since WiscNet router has last rebooted. Always up and to the right. Read the legend to get the time in days. Older devices show this value reset every 497 days due a limitation of SNMP.|