Click the Collector Settings link under the Settings tab. The Manage Collectors page opens up. The tabular list contains individual and select all Collector servers check boxes.
Select required Collector server(s) or select all Collector servers to delete. Click the Delete Collector(s) link on top left side of the page. The selected Collector server(s) will be deleted.
|Collector Name||Display Name/Host Name of the Collector server. Edit Collector Details icon. Use the icon to update the admin username and password whenever any changes are made in the Collector.|
|Collector Status||Status of the Collector server, whether Up or Down|
|Last Collection Time||The time of last log collection by the respective server.|
|Data Collection Status||If the log collection is on the status icon appears and if the log collection is not happening then the status icon appears with appropriate error message.|
|No of Devices||Number of Firewalls being monitored by the corresponding Collector server.|
|Flow rate (messages/sec)||Number of log messages received per second by the Collector|
|Time Zone||The time zone in which the Collector Server is located.|
Use the Enable option to change Data Collection status.
Stop/Up - Stops the data collection/Starts the data collection
Reset - Resets the data collection and starts collecting data from scratch
Edit Collector Details
Click the Edit Collector Details icon. The Edit Collector Details window pops up.
Change the User Name, Password, Web Protocol, Web Port and Display Name of the Collector Host as per requirement. The Collector Host Name will be displayed and it is non-editable.
Once you have made the required changes, click Save to save the changes. Click Cancel to cancel the user detail changes.