Pie charts in NTA
The pie charts in this section show the Top 5 Endpoints widget, and use absolute percentage calculations. For more information about chart settings, see Charting and graphing settings in NTA.
NTA gives each item its own piece of pie, depending on your chart settings. If more items exist than what is configured to display, NTA creates a category in the legend of the pie chart called Remaining traffic, which is not displayed in chart. If fewer items exist than what the chart is configured to display, the chart shows only those widgets that exist.
The following chart divides traffic among the top five top endpoints. The largest traffic flow is from LAB VCENTER50 (10.199.1.90) and is 56.85% of the total traffic flow. The next four highest endpoints’ traffic flows are 7.25%, 7.23%, 4.89%, and 4.52% of the total traffic flow. NTA labels all other endpoint flow traffic as Remaining traffic, which is 19.27% of the total traffic flow.
Pointing to the chart provides tool tips on the details for that portion of the chart. For example, the pie chart above shows tool tip details for LAB VCENTER50 (10.199.1.90).