The Management Pack for NSX for vSphere collects metrics for the NSX for vSphere Logical Router objects.

Table 1. NSX-vSphere Edge Metrics
Name Category Unit Description Instanced
Status Status String Indicates if the NSX for vSphere Edge is currently deployed and available . No
Attached VMs Status Integer Number of virtual machines using the NSX for vSphere Edge. No
Running Status Integer Number of control virtual machines for the NSX for vSphere Edge that are running. No
Connected Interface Binary Indicates if the interface is currently connected. Yes
Connection Health Interface Integer Health of the connection between this interface and the attached interface. A value of 100 means the connection is healthy. A value of 50 means there is a warning alert impacting the connection. A value of 25 means there is an immediate alert impacting the connection. A value of 0 means there is a critical alert impacting the connection. Yes
Egress Packets per second Interface Integer Total rate of outgoing packets transferred across the interface. Yes
Egress Traffic Interface KBps Outgoing network traffic across the interface. Yes
Ingress Packets per second Interface Integer Total rate of incoming packets transferred across the interface. Yes
Ingress Traffic Interface KBps Incoming network traffic across the interface. Yes
Used Interface Integer Number of interfaces currently configured on the NSX for vSphere Edge. No
Status Interface String Current status of the interface. Yes
Enabled Interface|OSPF Boolean This metric is set for each interface on the Edge, and is either True or False depending on whether a downstream router attached to this interface has OSPF configured. Yes
Area Mapping Interface|OSPF String This metric is set for each interface on the Edge, and is set to the specific area ID that is configured for that interface in the area to interface mapping table. If the value is set to Incorrect, either no mapping area is configured or the area ID does not match the downstream router. Yes
Provisioned CPU MHZ Amount of processing power allocated to the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Used CPU MHz Amount of processing power currently being used by the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Usage CPU % Percentage of allocated processing power currently being used by the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Provisioned Memory KB Amount of memory allocated to the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Used Memory KB Amount of memory currently being used by the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Usage Memory % Percentage of memory power currently being used by the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Provisioned Disk GB Amount of disk space allocated to the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Used Disk GB Amount of disk space currently being used by the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Usage Disk % Percentage of allocated disk space currently being used by the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Max Observed Throughput Network KBps Maximum observed network utilization of the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Throughput Network KBps Current network utilization of the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance. No
Usage Network % Percentage of network bandwidth currently being used by the NSX for vSphere Edge appliance, based on the maximum observed network utilization. No
MTU Mismatch Interface String MTU configured on a logical router/Edge should match the MTU of its next hop in order to prevent unnecessary network fragmentation. Yes