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Monitor your Firebox with Fireware Web UI

To monitor the status and activity on your Firebox from Fireware Web UI, you can use the Dashboard and System Status pages.

The Dashboard

From the Dashboard, you can see real-time information about your Firebox on these pages:

System Status Pages

The System Status pages include a list of monitoring categories. On these pages, you can monitor all the components of your Firebox.

Screen shot of the System Status > ARP Table page

From the System Status section, you can see real-time information on these pages:

  • ARP Table
  • Authentication List
  • Blocked Sites
  • Checksum
  • Components List
  • DHCP Leases
  • Diagnostics
  • Dynamic DNS
  • Hotspot Clients
  • Processes
  • Routes
  • Server Connection
  • Traffic Management
  • Users and Roles
  • Quotas
  • VM Information
  • VPN Statistics
  • Rogue AP Detection
  • Wireless Statistics

The System Status pages are set to refresh automatically every 30 seconds. You can change the refresh interval to refresh more or less frequently. You can also pause or restart the page refresh.

  1. To change the refresh interval, from the drop-down list at the top right of the page, select another interval:
    • 5 seconds
    • 10 seconds
    • 30 seconds
    • 60 seconds
    • 2 minutes
    • 5 minutes
  2. To force an immediate refresh, click the Refresh button.
    Or, on some System Status pages, click the Pause button and then click the Start button.

On some of the System Status pages, you must use Device Administrator credentials to complete some of the administrative actions available on the page. For example, on the Authentication List page, you must be connected with Device Administrator credentials to log off users who have authenticated to the device.

If you are connected to a FireCluster with the cluster backup master IP address, and have logged in to the device with Device Administrator credentials, the options to complete these administrative actions are not available. You must connect to the FireCluster with the cluster master IP address, and log in with Device Administrator credentials, to make such changes to the FireCluster.

See Also

ARP Table

Authentication List

Blocked Sites

Checksum

Components List

DHCP Leases

Diagnostics

Dynamic DNS

FireWatch

Front Panel

Gateway Wireless Controller

Geolocation Dashboard

Monitor Hotspot Clients

Interfaces

Mobile Security

Network Discovery

Processes

Rogue AP Detection

Routes

Server Connection

Traffic Management

Traffic Monitor

Users and Roles

VM Information (Firebox Cloud)

VPN Statistics

Wireless Statistics

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