FireWatch is a real-time, interactive report tool,
You can use FireWatch to see:
The FireWatch page is separated into tabs of data that is presented in a Treemap Visualization. The treemap is a widget that proportionally sizes blocks in the display to represent the data for that tab. The largest blocks on the tab represent the largest data users. The data is sorted by the tab you select and the type you select from the drop-down list at the top right of the page.
FireWatch includes these tabs:
On the Source tab, you can see all the user and host addresses where traffic through the device originates. You can pivot the data on the Bytes or Connections.
On the Destination tab, you can see all the addresses where the traffic through the device terminates. You can pivot the data on the Bytes or Connections.
On the Application tab, you can see an aggregate view of all the applications currently in use. You can view the data based on the number of connections.
On the Policy tab, you can see an aggregate view of all policies that are applied to the current traffic through the device. You can view the data based on the number of connections.
On the Interface (In) tab, you can see all the connections through the active inbound interfaces on the device.
On the Interface (Out) tab, you can see all the connections through the active outbound interfaces on the device.
On each FireWatch tab, you can pivot the data on the
On any FireWatch tab, you can see detailed information for any active connection. The number of active connections for the data type you select appears at the top right of the FireWatch page, adjacent to the data type selection drop-down list and refresh button.
To see details for active connections to your device:
Not all options are available for all connection types.
The data in the display is updated based on the option you selected.
From the Source or Destination tabs, you can temporarily add a connection that you have selected in the treemap to the Blocked Sites list. The selected connection remains on the Blocked Sites list for the amount of time that you specify.
For more information about the Blocked Sites list, see Blocked Sites.
To block a connection:
By default, the data in the FireWatch treemaps refresh dynamically at the optimum rate for the data type on the selected tab. You can also manually refresh the data in the treemap.
To refresh the data in a treemap:
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