Managed WildFire Information
Select PanoramaManaged WildFire Clusters to display the following information for each managed cluster (you can also select standalone appliances from this page and display their information) or select PanoramaManaged WildFire Appliances to display the information for standalone appliances.
Unless noted, the information in the following table applies to both WildFire clusters and standalone appliances. The information previously configured for a cluster or appliance is pre-populated.
Managed WildFire Information
The name of the appliance.
The Managed WildFire Clusters view displays appliances grouped by cluster, includes the standalone appliances available to add to a cluster, and includes the serial number (in parentheses) with the appliance name (the serial number is not part of the name).
(Managed WildFire Appliances view only)
The serial number of the appliance. The Managed WildFire Clusters view displays the serial number in the same column as the appliance name (the serial number is not part of the name).
The software version installed and running on the appliance.
The IP address of the appliance.
The connection state between the appliance and Panorama—either Connected or Disconnected.
The name of the cluster in which the appliance is included as a node; nothing displays here for a standalone appliance.
The analysis environment (vm1, vm2, vm3, vm4, or vm5). Each analysis environment represents a set of operating systems and applications:
The version number of the content release version.
The appliance role:
The configuration synchronization status of the appliance. The Panorama appliance checks for WildFire appliance settings and reports configuration differences between the appliance configuration and the configuration saved for that appliance on Panorama.
(Managed WildFire Clusters page only)
Cluster Status displays three types of information for each cluster node:
Last Commit State
Commit succeeded if the most recent commit succeeded or commit failed if the most recent commit failed. View details about the last commit by selecting the state.
Utilization > View
View cluster or appliance utilization statistics. You can view only individual appliances (PanoramaManaged WildFire Appliances) or you can view only cluster statistics (PanoramaManaged WildFire Clusters).
The General tab displays aggregated resource utilization statistics for a cluster or an appliance. The other tabs display more granular information about resource utilization by file type:
Executable, Non-Executable, and Links Tabs
The Executable, Non-Executable, and Links display similar information about each type of file:
Firewalls Connected > View
View information about the firewalls connected to the cluster or the appliance. You can view only individual appliances (PanoramaManaged WildFire Appliances) or you can view only cluster statistics (PanoramaManaged WildFire Clusters).
Registered and Submitting Samples Tabs
The Registered tab displays information about firewalls registered to the cluster or appliance, regardless of whether the firewalls are submitting samples.
The Submitting Samples tab displays information about firewalls that are actively submitting samples to the WildFire cluster or appliance.
The type of information displayed on these tabs and how to filter the information is similar for both:
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