The Monitor view includes several features to help you review and analyze current events in your network.
The Filters pane stores all filters you can apply to the console event messages.
All filters are stored in groups. To add a filter to the events grid, click a filter group and then click a filter. The events grid title changes to the name of the event and the grid refreshes and displays the incoming events allowed by the filter conditions.
Click to create your own custom filters and filter groups. Click to edit, pause, resume, turn on, turn off, import, export, or delete filters.
The Filter Notifications pane summarizes the event activity from your active notification filters that use blink, popup, or sound notifications. Click a filter name to view the events associated with the targeted filter.
The Events grid displays the events that occur for your selected filter. This grid displays each event that occurs for your selected filter, as well as every event logged to each manager. The title bar displays the filter name you selected in the Filters pane.
As the agents monitor each configured data source on your network, they send the events to each manager. In turn, the event grid displays the events logged to each manager that is connected to the console. By default, incoming events always appear at the top of the grid, allowing the Monitor view to always display the most recent activity.
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The Widget pane displays the widgets associated with the filter currently applied to the events grid. Widgets automatically refresh themselves to reflect changes in events grid filtering.
You can view the widgets associated with this filter by clicking the drop-down menu and selecting an option.
You can also:
The Event Details pane displays specific information about the last event you selected in the Events grid. When you click an event, the event is highlighted in the Event Details pane, along with supporting information. To view the event details for a specific event, select the event in the event stream and review the results in the Event Details pane.
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The Notifications tab summarizes the event activity from each of your active notification filters that use blink, popup, or sound notifications. Click a filter name in this tab to view the events associated with the targeted filter.
The Nodes tab opens the Nodes screen in Manage view, allowing you to connect or disconnect from a manager, add a manager agent, and configure rules, policies, and network security connectors that apply to each manager
The Appliance tab opens the Appliance screen in Manage view to add, configure, and maintain each virtual appliance associated with and monitored by the LEM system.
Appliances is used here as a generic term that includes managers, as well as database, logging, network, and nDepth servers.