When client applications are connected to the selected domain, you can view a list of which sessions are currently connected to the domain to see its current load:
Host Port ID
A yellow icon in the select column indicates which session is currently selected. If the Administrative WebStation is in configure mode, you can disconnect a session by selecting it and then clicking Remove Session.
Note: The information in this panel is not automatically updated. To update the information, click the name of the Server under Domain Load in the Administrative WebStation navigation tree.
The Session ID is an incremental number assigned at run time by the Server to the session. The Session ID is also listed in Host Integrator log files.
Specifies the IP address of the machine connected to the Server. If the session is suspended, this field will be blank.
Specifies the user ID of the person connected to the Server. If the session is suspended, this field will be blank.
Specifies the session pool this session is a member of.
Specifies the name of the model used by this session.
Specifies the model version.
Specifies the name of the host this session is connected to.
Specifies the Telnet port on the host used for this connection.
Indicates the amount of time, in seconds, that a data object has been connected to this session. If the session is suspended, this field will be blank.
Indicates that the session is currently suspended. When the session is suspended,
the Client ID and User ID columns for this session are blank.