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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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Example for Managing WI-FI Usage in Sport Courts Through Performance Monitoring

Example for Managing WI-FI Usage in Sport Courts Through Performance Monitoring

This example illustrates how to obtain network performance trend through performance management and to optimize network performance by taking corresponding measures when performance bottleneck occurs.

Networking Requirements

A stadium can accommodate up to 5000 persons to watch football games. Currently, Wi-Fi is provided for audience. However, the network administrator John does not know the Wi-Fi usage of audience and wants to use eSight to control the Wi-Fi network.

Requirement Analysis

John wants to watch each football game and understand the Wi-FI usage of audience, including key data such as the maximum number of concurrent connections, peak download and upload data volume, CPU usage of network devices, user online success rate, and roaming success rate during walking. In this way, John can determine whether to expand the Wi-Fi network of the stadium.

Configuration Roadmap

  1. After eSight is installed, a preconfigured device group task is automatically created. On the page for querying performance indicator information, KPIs of the device group are automatically collected.
  2. Create a performance monitoring template.
  3. Create a performance monitoring task.
  4. View the overall performance data (list).
  5. View real-time performance data.
  6. View historical performance data, set conditions for querying historical data, and add the settings to My Favorites.
  7. Add the task to the portal for monitoring.
  8. When a KPI exceeds the threshold, an alarm is sent to the system. After receiving the alarm, the user can check the alarm cause based on the device name and observe the peak traffic on the current day to determine whether to add the traffic.

Prerequisites

  • You have all performance operation rights.
  • All AP-AR511 network devices in the stadium have been added to eSight.

Procedure

  1. View the KPIs of the device group that are automatically collected on the page for querying performance indicator information. After eSight is installed, a preconfigured device group task is automatically created.

    1. Choose Performance > Performance Data from the main menu.

    2. Enter the AP in the search box. The monitoring information about all APs meeting the search criteria is displayed.

  2. Create a performance monitoring template.

    1. Choose Performance > Monitoring Template from the main menu.

    2. Choose WLAN > AP from the navigation tree on the left.
    3. Click Create.
    4. On the page that is displayed, set Template name to AP Monitor Template.
    5. Click Add Performance Counter.
    6. In the Add Performance Counter dialog box, select all counters in Available and click OK.
    7. Click OK. The created template is displayed in the list.

  3. Create a performance monitoring task.

    1. Choose Performance > Monitoring Settings from the main menu.

    2. Choose WLAN > AP from the navigation tree on the left.
    3. Click Create.
    4. On the page that is displayed, set Task Name to AP Monitor Task.
    5. Click Select Template. In the Select Template dialog box, select AP Monitor Template, and click OK.
    6. In the Select Resource step, click By Resource, and then click Select Resource. In the Select Resource dialog box, select the corresponding ACs. Click OK.

    7. Click OK. The created performance task is displayed in the list.

  4. View historical performance data, set conditions for querying historical data, and add the query task to My Favorites.

    1. In the monitoring task list, click in the Operation column to view the historical performance data of the task.
    2. Click Add to Favorites, set Name to AP History Record to facilitate subsequent data monitoring.

  5. View the real-time device performance.

    1. Select all APs to be monitored and click Realtime Detail. In the dialog box that is displayed, select the following counters and click OK.

    2. According to the real-time data, the value of Number of associations removed due to limited AP capability is overhigh for a long time and capacity expansion needs to be considered for the stadium. Otherwise, wireless network connection requirements of audience cannot be met.

Summary and Suggestions

In the Big Data era, performance becomes more and more important. The network administrator must check the historical performance data every week or every month to analyze the network performance trend and take corresponding measures to optimize the network performance when the performance bottleneck occurs.

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Updated: 2019-09-12

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