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The statistics page shows interface statistics for the selected range of ports, sorted by a specific statistic. For example the table below shows the top 10 interfaces of the switch 17-122.demo.inmon.com, sorted by Utilization Status:

Instructions: Clicking on elements of the location path above the table jumps to a status table for that part of the network. Clicking on the titles at the top of the table sorts the table by that column. For example, click on Broadcasts to sort by broadcasts status. Clicking on a port number in the Port column launches a Segment Statistics Chart for that port. Clicking on one of the numbers in the table will launch an appropriate TopN or Statistics Chart trending activity on the port. To change from a table view to a TopN or Circles view of traffic across all the ports in the table, click on the option button in the bottom left of the table and select a chart type.

Status: The status bars are computed based on the thresholds that have been set for the particular statistic. Three colors are used. Green indicates there have been no threshold violations within the threshold interval (the height of the bar indicates how close the current value is to its threshold - in this case the bar is half way to the tick marks indicating 50% of threshold), yellow indicates that there has been at least one threshold crossing, but that the duration of the violation isn't yet sufficient to generate an event (the height of the bar above the tick marks indicates how close the status is to generating an event - in this case the bar is half way between the tick marks and the maximum value indicating that twice the current number of threshold violations are needed before an event will be generated), and finally red indicates that threshold crossings have met the frequency and duration criteria for generating an event (the height of the bar indicates how close the status is to clearing the event - in this case the bar is half way between the tick marks and the maximum value indicating that half the number of intervals needed to clear the event have occurred, providing that the value remains below the threshold.) See Server:Configure to see how to set thresholds.