Your initial comment says "4.1.1****Centos 7.3:" Are you saying the Kibana version is 4.1.1? If so, this is rather old now. I don't know if this REK stack is being maintained if it's still using that version.
But to diagnose your issue, we could start by checking the data in Elasticsearch. You can get a list of all the indexes and counts of data with something like this in a browser;
Or in a shell with curl like this (in this case I'm adding my username and password in the url as
$ curl -s http://elastic:changeme@localhost:9200/_cat/indices
yellow open .watcher-history-2-2017.01.05 tHZf-G-vQ46yvw-xrYCB4Q 1 1 9414 0 1.8mb 1.8mb
yellow open .kibana vN8djBWvS4WJqoJzdGREhw 1 1 211 118 430.6kb 430.6kb
yellow open packetbeat-2017.01.05 _J272AaiTjaI1shlgjs_Zw 5 1 126130 0 27.3mb 27.3mb
yellow open filebeat-2017.01.05 H42kAA15REiLPxGGUo-x7Q 5 1 12022 0 2.6mb 2.6mb
yellow open .monitoring-data-2 khkXoqYaTdWnRcRVV3KyLA 1 1 3 0 7kb 7kb
yellow open metricbeat-2017.01.05 IAVdj_G8RXy_DdOPc-Brcw 5 1 645056 0 168mb 168mb
yellow open .watches WKx6QTivRlCo6q21RDXOQg 1 1 1 0 2.9kb 2.9kb
yellow open .monitoring-kibana-2-2017.01.05 ZpY09ktBSce4dLB30qUQ5Q 1 1 4750 0 1mb 1mb
yellow open .reporting-2017.01.01 kHWd08tvQq2QotvEkfrMEQ 5 1 3 0 1000.1kb 1000.1kb
green open .security EuUPaL0mQLWSlEevALOvVg 1 0 5 0 21.9kb 21.9kb
yellow open .monitoring-es-2-2017.01.05 zSLCzP-IQMSNqzb26cR8-Q 1 1 90244 390 46.9mb 46.9mb
yellow open logstash-2017.01.05 TsbV7FBnR5-O35M3J1pk-A 5 1 1683 0 555.2kb 555.2kb
yellow open .triggered_watches WTlyX8vXTy6axdoxEfFmtA 1 1 0 0 295.9kb 295.9kb
You might have to use the hostname or IP address instead of localhost.
In my data above you see for example that packetbeat-2017.01.05 has 126130 documents loaded.
Can you confirm you see your expected index with documents in it?
Then in Kibana, go to Settings (now called Management in 5.x release), then you should see at least one index pattern defined (near top-left, should have a star next to it).
Click on that and it should show a set of fields.
Maybe you have more than one index pattern?
Then go to Discover. It should load data from your index pattern automatically. Do you see data there? If you have more than one index pattern you might have to select the correct one.
If you don't see data here in Discover, don't bother going to Dashboard. Please let me know how it goes up to this point.