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The Networks section presents detailed information about the Layer 3 network state and routing convergence.

A network connected to any of the managed devices on the site is considered a managed network. Users represent the number of non-network ARP entries observed on the network routers and gateways, presenting the IP address of the corresponding managed device or devices. Both primary and secondary addresses are considered as gateways. Virtual gateways present the IP addresses of the First Hop Redundancy Protocol groups that are active in the network.

Each contiguous routing topology is considered a routing domain. Diagrams are presented for each routing domain, in addition to a complete routing table comprised of all of the routing tables discovered in the network.