Some more on the Network Overload Indicator
Another short post about the Network Overload Indicator. Because the question arose how it looks exactly in Voipfuture’s Qrystal, here is a short screenshot for those who are not familiar with it.
Of course, this is just a short extract from our pretty long list of indicators. But I think the principle becomes clear.
All automatic indicators tell you:
- What is the problem
- And how big is it
You can see how much traffic there is in a selected period. The individual indicators show which impairments there are. In this case it is the network overload indicator and the related jitter.
It is shown as absolute values, as ratio of minutes and you can select which indicators to plot in a chart. And as always with Qrystal, there is a click-through to get to the bottom of it.
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