You can view the details of Cloud Security Services (CSS) configured for the Enterprise.

To monitor the cloud security service sites:

  1. In the Enterprise portal, click Monitor > Network Services. The Network Services page appears.
  2. Go to Cloud Security Services Sites area.

    The Cloud Security Services Sites table displays all the CSS configured for the Enterprise along with the following configuration details.

    Field Description
    Name The name of the CSS provider.
    Public IP The Public IP address of the CSS provider.
    Status The overall status of the CSS provider:
    • White - Specifies two possible states:
      • ALL_STANDBY - The CSS provider is in this state if all the tunnels associated with the CSS provider are in STANDBY mode.
      • UNKNOWN - The CSS provider is in this state if the overall status of the CSS provider is undetermined.
    • Green - The CSS provider is in ALL_UP state if all the tunnels associated with the CSS provider are UP.
    • Red - The CSS provider is in ALL_DOWN state if all the tunnels associated with the CSS provider are DOWN.
    • Amber - The CSS provider is in PARTIAL state if the tunnels associated with the CSS provider are partially UP, DOWN, or in STANDBY mode.
    Tunnel Status The status of tunnels created from the CSS provider from different Edges:
    • White - Specifies two possible states:
      • UNKNOWN - The tunnel is in this state if the tunnel is unestablished.
      • DISABLED - The tunnel is in this state if the tunnel is deactivated.
    • Gray - The tunnel associated with the CSS provider is in STANDBY mode.
    • Green - Specifies two possible states:
      • ALL_UP - All the tunnels associated with the CSS provider are UP.
      • UP - A specific tunnel associated with the CSS provider is UP.
    • Red - Specifies two possible states:
      • ALL_DOWN - All the tunnels associated with the CSS provider are DOWN.
      • DOWN - A specific tunnel associated with the CSS provider is DOWN.
      Note: The numbers that appear on the Tunnel Status and Service Status icons signify the number of Edges associated with that state for the respective CSS provider.
    Service Status The status of the external service as recorded by each Edge:
    • Green - The Layer 7 (L7) Health status of external service is UP.
    • Red - The L7 Health status of external service is DOWN.
    • Amber - The L7 Health status of external service is DEGRADED.
    • Gray - The L7 Health status of external service is UNKNOWN.
    State Changed Time The date and time by when the state change occurred.
    Events The number of related state change events.
    DeploymentStatus The deployment status of the CSS provider.
  3. Click the link in the Events column to view the related state change Events.
  4. Click the link in the Deployment Status column to view the deployment status of the CSS provider.
    The following are the seven different states for an Edge action:
    • Pending Location - The Edge action is in this state until a Zscaler location is created. This state is only for applicable for Sub-location Edge actions.
    • Pending - The Edge action is in this state as it waits for a backend worker process to pick it up and start working on it.
    • Notified - The Edge action is in this state after a backend worker process picks up the Edge action and starts working on it.
    • Completed - The Edge action is in this state if the Edge action task is successfully completed.
    • Errored - The Edge action is in this state if an error has occurred.
    • Timed Out - The Edge action is in this state if it takes more than the expected amount of time to complete the Edge action task.
    • Pending Delete - The Edge action is in this state if it is pending deletion.
  5. Click Details to view the Event details.
You can also view the Layer 7 (L7) health check statistics for Cloud Security Service from the Monitor > Edges menu as shown in the following sample screenshot.