Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to metrics from AWS Transit Gateway, which is a network transit hub that you can use to interconnect your virtual private clouds (VPCs) and on-premises networks.
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You can validate that metrics are reporting to Lightstep on the Metrics details page in Project settings.
The following table shows the Transit Gateway metrics ingested by Lightstep.
|aws.transitgateway.bytes_drop_count_black_hole||bytes||The number of bytes dropped because they matched a blackhole route.|
|aws.transitgateway.bytes_drop_count_no_route||bytes||The number of bytes dropped because they did not match a route.|
|aws.transitgateway.bytes_in||bytes||The number of bytes received by the transit gateway.|
|aws.transitgateway.bytes_out||bytes||The number of bytes sent from the transit gateway.|
|aws.transitgateway.packets_in||packets||The number of packets received by the transit gateway.|
|aws.transitgateway.packets_out||packets||The number of packets sent by the transit gateway.|
|aws.transitgateway.packet_drop_count_black_hole||packets||The number of packets dropped because they matched a blackhole route.|
|aws.transitgateway.packet_drop_count_no_route||packets||The number of packets dropped because they did not match a route.|