The widgets on each tab are interactive; you can set the
ACC Filters and drill down into the details for each table or graph, or customize the widgets included in the tab to focus on the information you need. For details on what each widget displays, see
You can sort the data by bytes, sessions, threats, count, content, URLs, malicious, benign, files, data, profiles, objects. The available options vary by widget.
The graphical display options are treemap, line graph, horizontal bar graph, stacked area graph, stacked bar graph, and map. The available options vary by widget; the interaction experience also varies with each graph type. For example, the widget for Applications using Non-Standard Ports allows you to choose between a treemap and a line graph.
To drill down into the display, click into the graph. The area you click into becomes a filter and allows you to zoom into the selection and view more granular information on the selection.
The detailed view of the data used to render the graph is provided in a table below the graph. You can interact with the table in several ways:
Click and set a local filter for an attribute in the table. The graph is updated and the table is sorted using the local filter. The information displayed in the graph and the table are always synchronized.
Hover over the attribute in the table and use the options available in the drop-down.
— Allows you enlarge the widget and view the table in a larger screen space and with more viewable information.
Set up local filters
—Allows you to add
ACC Filters to refine the display within the widget. Use these filters to customize the widgets; these customizations are retained between logins.
Jump to logs
—Allows you to directly navigate to the logs (
Monitor > Logs >Logtype
tab). The logs are filtered using the time period for which the graph is rendered.
If you have set local and global filters, the log query concatenates the time period and the filters and only displays logs that match the combined filter set.Export—Allows you to export the graph as a PDF. The PDF is downloaded and saved on your computer. It is saved in the Downloads folder associated with your web browser.