The cLAN Gigabit page of the Spotlight on Windows Network drilldown shows recent activity to and from the current system via cLAN Gigabit cards.
Note: The cLAN Gigabit network interface card (NIC) enables high-speed communications across a network. This page in the Network drilldown is enabled only if the current network contains one or more of these cards.
To open the cLAN Gigabit page
Click Network | cLAN Gigabit.
Charts on the cLAN Gigabit page
|Total MB in/out||
Sent — The rate at which megabytes are sent over cLAN Gigabit network cards from this machine.
Received — The rate at which megabytes are received by this machine from cLAN Gigabit network cards.
|Frames per second||
Sent — The rate at which frames are sent over cLAN Gigabit network cards from this machine.
Received — The rate at which frames are received by this machine from cLAN Gigabit network cards.
|Interrupts per second||
Async sent — The rate at which interrupt requests are sent by the cLAN network cards (such as those to CPUs).
Async received — The rate at which interrupt requests are received by the cLAN network cards.
Note: This chart does NOT show the rate of errors detected, but the number of errors detected since the chart was last refreshed.
VPI/VCI Rx errors — The number of receive errors in VCI (Virtual Channel Identifier) and VPI (Virtual Path Identifier) packets.
Rx NIB congestion — The number of receive errors originating from the NIB (Network Interface Board).
Rx Cell Drop — The number of received packets dropped for any reason.
Received HEC Errors — The number of received packets with HEC (Header Error Control) errors.
Received 10b characters — The number of invalid 10 bit characters received.