Question: How do I find the throughput of all clients in a group over a specified time period?
Environment: This article applies to all the Instant Access Points running OS version 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168 or higher and managed by Aruba Central.
Network Throughput refers to the volume of data that can flow through a network. Wireless Network Throughput is constrained by factors such as the network protocols used, the capabilities of Access Points, and network adapters on client systems.
The throughput graph shows the aggregate incoming and outgoing data traffic of all clients in a group over a specified time period. The time period can be adjusted between 1 hour, 3 hour, 1 day, 1 week, and 1 year.
The following figure shows the outgoing traffic and incoming traffic. The outgoing traffic is displayed in green and is shown above the median line. The incoming traffic is displayed in blue and is shown below the median line.
To see the exact throughput of the selected network at a particular time, hover the cursor over the graph line.