MX CPU / MEM overview in dashboard ?

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Thygesen
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MX CPU / MEM overview in dashboard ?

Hi All !

 

I'm looking for the graphs displayed in this link

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/MX/Monitoring_and_Reporting/Device_Utilization

 

They boast about the ability to see exiting stuff in the summary report ..

 

I guess I haven't configured my report right, because I can't seem to locate the kind of graph they hint at ..

 

Any suggestions ?

 

With Highest Regards

Thyge

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jdsilva
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ww
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Organization  》 summary report

Make sure to select a network  with mx.  It should be on the bottom left

Thygesen
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Hi ..

 

The summary report is there, but there is not the graph mentioned ..

The MX is also there, as You can see here:

 

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/ Thyge

ww
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And you made  sure the mx  is selected  (top left, networks(s), A single network) of summary report?

jdsilva
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@Thygesen the image you're showing us is not the Summary Report. You need to navigate to Organization > Summary reports as @ww said. 

jdsilva
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Hopefully this will help?

 

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PhilipDAth
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I wish I could give double kudos to @jdsilva .  It is critical you have a network selected.  If you have "Organization" selected for the summary report you don't get utilization graphs.

Thygesen
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I highly agree !! 2xKudo's from mee too!

 


WOW That sure did the trick ..

THANX a LOT !!

 

With highest Regards

Thyge

Thygesen
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Thanx a LOT, jdsilva!


That did it! How great, that You are awake, and can guide a rookie like me !
I whish I could give more than one Kudo, since the answer was swift, exact and illustrative, all at the same time ..

 

Thanx 😀 from the high North (Denmark 😱)

 

With highest regards

Thyge

Thygesen
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Regarding my image (with the ports)

😉Yep, got it .. It was just to show that the network actually had a MX device 🙂


I found the reason (marked very green in the thread) thanx to You all ..

 

I'm humbled 😉

 

With highest regards

Thyge

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