Hamidreza74
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NSX-T Load Balancer and Firewall Traffic Graph

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Hello Everyone

Is there any way to measure Inbound and Outbound traffic of Load- Balancer or firewall in NSX-T 3.1?
I added NSX-T to Vrops and I can get these metrics( Inbound and Outbound traffic) for the Segment, but it's available for NSX-T load balancer and Gateway Firewall.
Does anybody have an idea?

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Sreec
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There is no native NSX-T LB matrix in VRNI, however, you can certainly try IP-based filtering and understand the flows. That being said VRNI 6.5 supports NSX Advanced load balancer matrix, if you are keen on this feature with native integration, NSX Advanced load balancer with VRNI 6.5 will be required. 

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Sreec
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The best bet is VRNI. You can certainly be granular with pulling matrix for specific Source IP to LB IP or vice versa and fetch the status.  There are API commands as well, like fetching it per interface or knowing total sessions, dropped flow etc  -https://vdc-download.vmware.com/vmwb-repository/dcr-public/cc42e3c1-eb34-4567-a916-147e79798957/8264... .

https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vRealize-Network-Insight-Cloud/services/com.vmware.vrni.using.doc/...
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Hamidreza74
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Thanks @Sreec 
I think NSX-T (Get API) is are not suitable for me because I need a Historical Report.I checked VRNI from this link that you send to me: https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vRealize-Network-Insight-Cloud/services/com.vmware.vrni.using.doc/... But Load-Balancer Metric is not Supported.

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Sreec
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There is no native NSX-T LB matrix in VRNI, however, you can certainly try IP-based filtering and understand the flows. That being said VRNI 6.5 supports NSX Advanced load balancer matrix, if you are keen on this feature with native integration, NSX Advanced load balancer with VRNI 6.5 will be required. 

Cheers,
Sree | VCIX-4X| VCAP-4X| VExpert 6x|Cisco Certified Specialist
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