The Device Details link shows you the various devices from which logs are collected in Firewall Analyzer.
The Supported Logs Received table shows all the devices from which logs supported by Firewall Analyzer, are received. The table list the device details like Device Name, Device Type (Firewall, Squid, etc.,), timestamp of the last received log file, the syslog port, current status of log collection, Action (Edit, Delete) and the Manage Status (Managed, Unmanaged).
In the Actions column, click on the Edit icon next to a device to change the device name or the link speed values. Click the Delete icon to delete the device from the database. All logs collected from that device will also be deleted.
Clicking Edit button pops-up, Edit Firewall Property screen. The screen displays Firewall Name, Firewall IP, Display Name, Vendor Type, Down Link Speed (in Kbps), and Up Link Speed (in Kbps). You can configure the Display Name,Down Link Speed (in Kbps), and Up Link Speed (in Kbps) of the device. If the Firewall Analyzer is able to query the Interface Up Link and Down Link Speeds of the device using SNMP, the same will be displayed here. However you can edit as per your requirement. If the Firewall Analyzer is unable to query the Link Speeds, enter it manually in this screen. Link Speed is used to calculate the percentage utilization in Live Reports. Click Update button to update the device configuration and Cancel button to cancel the operation.
The Unsupported Log Record Details table shows all the devices from which logs that are not supported by Firewall Analyzer are received.
Click the View Record link to view the first few lines from the unsupported log record. Click the Tell Us link to open a popup window, through which you can send a mail to the Firewall Analyzer Technical Support team telling us about the unsupported log format. Type the relevant details, and click Send Mail to send the message. The Technical Support team will get back to you with more details about the unsupported log format, and how we can help you.
The Schedules Executed table shows the schedules that have run so far, along with the user that executed the schedule, the report profile the schedule was associated with, and the status of execution of the schedule.