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Understanding the data behind the Dashboards

P2P Network status on ETH2:

This dashboard shows all the important information contained historically inside the node. There is disposed of in two status: Neighborhood & Network.

  • The neighborhood status refers to how the own node is interacting with other nodes in the blockchain. It can be found important stats such as:

Peer Count:

How many other nodes in the beacon network the node itself is interacting with.

Max inactivity:

Is a score that reflects the current inactivity of the validators.

Libp2p Peers pie chart:

Shows how the agents are distributed among neighboring peers, which type of Libp2p client are using and what’s the most used.

Libp2p Peers average scores:

The average score obtain in terms of the metrics and performance.

  • In the other hand, the network status shows a summarized data, measured by the own node, about the general aspects in the network status such as:

Participation rate:

How many ETH Balances are attesting (validating) to the network.

Network Liveness:

This metric expresses the distance between the current finalized epoch and the expected finalized epoch based on the genesis time.


A period of time during which a specific set of chosen validators are responsible for creating new blocks and adding them to the blockchain.