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View event details in the web console

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 27, 2017

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The Orion Platform logs network events and lists them in the readily customizable Events view of the Web Console. Events are shown in order of occurrence, and they may be viewed by device, date and time, and event or device type.

The Network Event Log is maintained as part of the Nightly Database Maintenance plan defined within the Database Settings area of the Orion Polling Setting page in the Orion Web Console. Records are kept for the number of days specified Events Retention field (the default is 30 days). For more information, see Orion Platform polling settings.

  1. Click Start > All Programs > SolarWinds > Orion Web Console.
  2. Log in to the Orion Web Console, and then click Events in the Views toolbar.
  3. If you want to filter your events view by object, select the Network Object or Type of Device to which you want to limit your view in the Filter Devices area.
  4. If you want to limit your events view to show only events of a specific type, select the appropriate Event Type in the Filter Events area.
  5. If you only want to see events from a specific period of time, complete either of the following options:

    • Select a predefined period from the Time Period menu.
    • Select Custom from the Time Period menu, and then click the appropriate fields to provide Begin and End dates and times.
  6. In the Show X Events field, provide the maximum number of events you want to view.
  7. If you want to show all events, including events that have already been cleared, check Show Cleared Events.
  8. Click Refresh to complete your events view configuration.
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