The sub tab provides links to frequently accessed reports and tasks in EventLog Analyzer.
Show Listen Port Details
Click the icon to see the host name, IP address, listening ports, and server status details for the EventLog Analyzer server.
You can view the Syslogs (Raw packets) in real time. Click the syslog viewer icon to view the details of the syslog packets like source, destination, syslog port, and the raw log message received by the EventLog Analyzer server from the various configured hosts.
If you would like to troubleshoot whether the syslog packets are being sent by the host (source) to the EventLog Analyzer (destination) at the configured port, you can mention the Host IP Address (by default it is Any) and syslog port of this hosts (by default it 513,514) and click on Apply Filter. With the filter applied, you can find out whether the raw log packets are sent from the specific host to EventLog Analyzer server in real time.
The following tasks can be done by clicking the corresponding links in the sub tab:
|New Host||Add a new host from which event logs will be collected|
|New Alert Profile||Create a new alert profile to trigger alerts and send notifications|
|New Report||Create a new custom report|
|New Filter||Create new database filter, to filter out the unwanted events from your hosts, getting stored in the database|
|Import Logs||Click this link to import Windows Event Log files (type .evt format) (type .evtx format supported in Windows Vista and 2008 machines only) from the local machine or by FTP from remote machine.|
Click AS/400 > Alert to create a new alert profile to trigger alerts and send notifications for AS/400 devices.
Click AS/400 > Filter to create new database filter, to filter out the unwanted events from AS/400 hosts, getting stored in the database.
Click AS/400 > Report to create a new AS/400 custom report.
At least one AS/400 host should be added to EVentLog Analyzer, for this menu item in the sub-tab to be visible.
|Bookmarks||Allows you to set a bookmark for the current page, and manage existing bookmarks|
|Advanced Search||Click this link to carry out Advanced Search of Formated logs and Raw logs. Use the result to create Report Profile. This will be useful for network trouble shooting and forensic analysis.|