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You can ignore traffic generated by applications or from a specific node.
If you decide that you no longer want to monitor an application, you can disable discovery or monitoring for that application in the Manage QoE Applications page.
These settings are on a global level. You cannot turn application discovery or monitoring on or off for specific sensors.
Use the following table to determine which combination of settings you want to use.
|Monitoring ON||Monitoring OFF|
|Discovery ON||Applications are automatically discovered and application traffic is monitored||Applications are automatically discovered, but application traffic is not monitored|
|Discovery OFF||Applications cannot be automatically discovered, and application traffic is monitored||Applications cannot be automatically discovered, and application traffic is not monitored.|
You can permanently ignore all traffic from specific nodes that you monitor on a network sensor. This is often used to reassign a node to a different network sensor.
You cannot add a node back to its original network sensor.
The node is removed from the sensor and all traffic to and from the node is ignored.