This article describes the Browse Networks card of the Datto Networking Appliance's (DNA) GUI.
The Browse Networks card lists the configurable networks on your Datto Networking Appliance, and the number of devices connected to them, when applicable. Clicking the More Info button next to any network displays granular information about the selected network, including adapter information, the total upstream and downstream data usage passing through the network, and details about connected devices.
To access the Network Usage card, log into the DNA web interface, and click Network Overview, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Network Overview
Figure 2: Browse Networks
When you click the More Info button, you will see a group of detail cards similar to those shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3: Detail cards
The Connected Devices card shows the MAC address, DHCP IP, and hostname (if detected) of all devices using the connection.
You can view network usage by an individual client by clicking the More Info button next to its entry in the list.
Figure 4: Connected device details
The Network Usage card shows real-time download and upload usage. You can switch between network details by selecting them in the dropdown box above the graph.
Figure 5: Network Usage card
The LAN Details card lists the selected network's gateway IP address, subnet mask, subnet range, port usage, DHCP pool range, and LAN ID.
The WAN Details card lists the selected network's IP address assigned by your ISP, subnet mask, gateway address, port usage, and LAN ID.
Figure 6: LAN Details
Port 1 is the Primary WAN port. Port 2 is the Secondary WAN port. Ports 3 through 6 are LAN ports.
Blue-colored ports are assigned to the network you are viewing. Green circles indicate that the appliance detects a link on the port. Grey-colored ports have active links and are associated with a different network.
Hovering your mouse cursor over each port's icon will display additional information.
Figure 7: Wi-Fi Details
The Wi-Fi Details card lists the selected network's wireless SSID, channel setting, frequency, protocol, assigned LAN, encryption type, encryption password, and whether the SSID is visible or hidden.