This report provides traffic information on the connection requests and drops for a selected period of time within 90 days.
Choose at least one required filter in every report.
The traffic report lets you filter the data included in the report by the following criteria:
- CP Code. Required. Content Provider (CP) codes let you segment your delivered content for tracking and reporting purposes. All CP codes are tied to one or more services which are then tracked and reported under that CP code.
- Namespaces. A unique, user-defined identifier indicating a particular configuration.
- Jurisdictions. A geographically distributed set of servers.
The report displays the following statistics:
- Connection requests. Indicates the number of requests. The report shows both the Accepted and Refused connections.
- Connection drops. Indicates the number of connection drops. The report shows both the Client Disconnections and Server Disconnections.
The minimum and maximum values in the statistics refer to a time dependent on the date range that you specify:
- Longer than 31 days: 1 day
- Longer than 2 days but shorter than or equal to 31 days: 1 hour
- Equal to or longer than 5 minutes but shorter than or equal to 2 days: 5 minutes
The Connections graph reflects the total number of the connection requests and drops for a selected period of time. The vertical axis of the graph, Requests/Drops Count, shows the number of connections. The horizontal axis, Date/Time, shows progression over time. The unit is set to hours, days, or weeks depending on the selected period. You can filter connections data by clicking the appropriate requests counts on the right side of the graph. To zoom in and narrow the time range for a more granular view, select a time range on the graph.
You can also generate a pie graph to display the types of disconnections. Each category covers different status codes.
See Logs and troubleshooting for the details about the status codes.
Updated over 1 year ago