CommunityQuery tracks flows to/from campus by BGP community. Key fields are
day, AS and community. Based on this, you can determine the max value and
well as daily average per AS/community. In order to be eligible for this
report, over a five minute period, the combined in/out must be above
1Mbps. This is a defensive mechanism to help prevent against DoS of
The 'AS' box can also take text descriptions.
For search rules, see: https://kb.wisc.edu/ns/page.php?id=25536#mysql_search
Clicking on column
headers sorts by that column. Click twice to switch between ascending
an descending sort order. You can also sort by time and by values by
clicking a dataset column first followed by a time column.
column describes what percentage of datapoint intervals a row
represents. For example, if community X was only above 1Mbps 50%
of the time, the value of this column will be 50%. You can force
sorting to respect this column above all else by checking 'prefer
cardinality' in the options box.
If graphs of the community are available, there will be a hyperlink displayed in the 'community' column labeled 'graphs(s)'.