Dashboard Overview

Yeastar P-Series PBX System Dashboard gives you a historical and real-time view of what is happening on the PBX. This topic describes all the widgets on the Dashboard.

Yeastar P-Series PBX System Dashboard provides 6 widgets to help you monitor system performance in real time, and allows you to quickly access specific PBX features by simple click on headings.

The supported 6 widgets are as follows:
  • System performance
  • System information
  • Plan
  • System interface
  • System status
  • Event trend
System performanceSystem informationPlanSystem interfaceSystem statusEvent trend
System performanceSystem informationPlanSystem interfaceSystem statusEvent trend

System performance

System performance displays the following information:
  • Active Calls: The real-time and the supported concurrent calls.
  • CPU Utilization: The PBX's CPU usage.
  • Memory Usage: The PBX's memory usage.
  • Local Storage Usage: Usage of the PBX's local storage.

System information

Click Information at the top-right corner. System information displays the PBX's network information and basic information.

Plan

Plan displays your subscribed plan and expiration date.

If PBX loses connection to Yeastar License Activation Server, the following status may be displayed:
  • Connecting: The system is trying to connect to the License Activation Server.
  • Abnormal: The system failed to connect to the License Activation Server.

System interface

System interface displays connection status of interfaces on Yeastar P-Series PBX System.

Table 1.
Interface Description
LAN
  • : Connected.
  • : Disconnected.
WAN
  • : Connected.
  • : Disconnected.
Hard Disk
  • : Connected.
  • : Not inserted.
  • : Connected, but the hard disk is "Read Only" or encounters format error.
  • : Connected, but the hard disk is formatting.
    Note: Hard Disk is ONLY supported on P560 and P570.
USB
  • : Connected.
  • : Not inserted.
  • : Connected, but the USB flash drive is "Read Only" or encounters format error.
  • : Connected, but the USB flash drive is formatting.
SD Card
  • : Connected.
  • : Not inserted.
  • : Connected, but the SD card is "Read Only" or encounters format error.
  • : Connected, but the SD card is formatting.
Note: SD card is ONLY supported on P560 and P570.
Expanded D30 Module
  • : Connected.
  • : Not connected.
  • : Connected, but the D30 module is abnormal.
    Note: D30 module is ONLY supported on P560 and P570.
FXS port
  • : An extension number is assigned to the FXS port.
  • : No extension number is assigned to the FXS port.
FXO port
  • : A PSTN line is connected to the FXO port.
  • : No PSTN line is connected to the FXO port.
  • : Abnormal.
  • : Busy.
BRI port
  • : Available.
  • : Unavailable.
  • : Abnormal.
E1/T1/PRI port
  • : Available.
  • : Unavailable.
  • : Abnormal.
GSM/3G/4G LTE module
  • : Abnormal.
  • : No SIM card is inserted.
  • : The module is powered off.
  • : No signal.
  • : PIN/PUK error.
  • : Network registration failure.
  • : Different signal strength when the trunk is busy.
  • : Different signal strength when the trunk is idle.

System status

System status displays the following information:

  • Registered Extensions: The number of registered extensions and created extensions.
  • SIP Trunks Available: The number of available trunks and created trunks.
  • Linkus Client Logins: The number of Linkus clients where users has logged.
  • Scheduled Backup: Whether scheduled backup feature is enabled or not. If enabled, the system displays the last time when a backup file was created.
  • Blocked IPs: Display the following information:
    • The number of IP address and account that were blocked by the PBX.
    • The last time when an IP address or an account was blocked by the PBX.
  • Emergency Numbers: The number of created emergency numbers.
  • Recording: How much storage space for recording has been used.
    Note: If it displays "Undefined Storage Location", it means that you haven't specified a storage location for recording files.

Event trend

Event trend provides historical and real-time view of system events. You can track frequency of events that were triggered during the last 7 days, 15 days, or 30 days.