Zyxel Vantage Report
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ZyXEL Vantage Report, a web-based centralized reporting system for quickly and conveniently collecting and analyzing a distributed network, provides system administrator of Corporate or MSSP a simple and direct method of monitoring multiple ZyWALL Internet security and IDP appliances. With ZyXEL Vantage Report, system administrator can easily monitor network access, attack, intrusion and bandwidth usage of network application. The information can be further used for tuning the configuration on Z... Read more
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Quick Start Guide
Version 2.2 7/2005
Vantage Report Quick Start Guide
Vantage Report is an application that collects and analyzes logs sent by ZyXEL devices to the Vantage Report syslog server. See the Users Guide for more information. The following figure shows what you can do with Vantage Report 1 The ZyXEL device sends logs to the Vantage Report server. 2 The logs are used in Vantage Report to build statistical reports. 3 Vantage Report sends reports to clients who have requested them. 3 2
This Quick Start Guide shows you: 1 Requirements 2 Vantage Report Installation Procedure 3 Starting and Stopping Vantage Report 4 Sending and Receiving Vantage Reports 5 Uninstalling Vantage Report 6 Viewing Your Products Certifications
1.1 Vantage Report Administrator
CPU RAM Hard Disk Operating System Browser Pentium IV 2.6 GHz or faster recommended 1024 MB or more 80 GB or more Microsoft Windows 2000 Server/ Windows XP Professional Internet Explorer 6.0 (Service Pack 1) or above with 1024*768 resolution
1.2 ZyXEL Device Support for Vantage Report
The following devices can send logs to the Vantage Report server. Partial Support (Some Reports) ZyWALL 2 version 3.62 ZyWALL 5 version 3.62 ZyWALL 35 version 3.62 ZyWALL 70 version 3.62 ZyWALL IDP 10 version 2.0 P662HW - 61/63 version 3.40 Full Support (All Reports) ZyWALL 5 version 3.64 ZyWALL 35 version 3.63 and above ZyWALL 70 version 3.63 and above
2 Vantage Report Installation Procedure
Use the Vantage installation wizard to install Vantage Report software. In each wizard screen, click Next to proceed to the next screen in the wizard, click Back to return to the previous screen or click Cancel to abort the installation and exit the wizard. You should prepare an SMTP server IP address and login name/password. You can add this servers details during the wizard installation or after you install Vantage Report in the System > Server Config screen.
Note: This software installs a Kiwi Syslog server and a MySQL server to the computer from which you run Vantage Report server. If the computer already has a Kiwi Syslog server or MySQL server installed, backup any existing databases before the installation or install the Vantage Report software on another computer.
2.1 Installation Wizard
You should uninstall any previous versions of Vantage before beginning. 1 Insert the CD into your CDROM. Click Vantage Report to start the installation wizard. The following screen displays.
2 Read the license agreement and click Yes if you agree.
3 Enter a user name and specify the name of your company.
4 Choose where you want to install the software.
5 The next screen asks you to configure a mail server. The mail server is used to send notifications. Type the IP address or domain name of the mail server. Type the e-mail address that you want to send Vantage reports.
6 Configure the user name and password of the mail server if it requires authentication.
7 Enter the name for a new folder or choose an existing folder to use.
8 Click Next if your settings are appropriate (otherwise click Back).
9 Wait for the wizard to install Vantage Report.
10 Click Finish to complete your installation. It is recommended you restart your computer.
Vantage Report has installed successfully when you then see the next screen. It is recommended you restart your computer.
3 Starting Vantage Report
1 Stop other syslog, MySQL, and web services before starting Vantage Report. 2 Double click the desktop icon that was created when you installed Vantage Report. 3 The Kiwi Syslog Daemon and ApacheTomcat open.
4 Open a browser window and enter http://localhost: 8080/vrpt in the address bar to open the login screen. Enter root as the user name and the password and click OK to open the Vantage Report main screen.
4 Sending and Receiving Vantage Reports
This section shows you how to configure a ZyXEL device to send logs to the syslog server. The syslog server then sends the logs to Vantage Report. Use either the web configurator or command interface (see the ZyXEL device Users Guide for access information) to activate the syslog server.
Note: If both the web configurator and the command interface are configured, the latest settings configured apply.
4.1 Web Configurator
In the ZyXEL device main screen click LOGS and then select the Log Settings tab. 1 Configure the E-mail Log Settings section if you want logs and alert messages to be sent via e-mail. In Syslog Logging: 2 Select the Active checkbox. 3 Type the IP address or name of the Vantage Report server computer in the Syslog Server field. In Active Log and Alert select the logs that you want Vantage Report to receive from the ZyXEL device: In Log Consolidation: 4 Select the Active check box to merge logs with identical messages into one log. Some logs (such as the Attacks logs) may be so numerous that it becomes easy to ignore other important log messages. You can use the sys log consolidate msglist command to see what log messages will be consolidated. 5 In the Consolidation Period field specify the time interval during which the ZyXEL device merges logs with identical messages into one log.
Vantage Report Quick Start Guide In the ZyXEL device main screen click LOGS and select the Reports tab. Select the Send Raw Traffic Statistics to Syslog Server for Analysis check box and click Apply to have the ZyXEL device send unprocessed traffic statistics to the Vantage syslog server for analysis.
Note: You must have the syslog server already configured in the previous Log Settings screen.
4.2 Command Lines
In the ZyXEL device command interface ras> sys logs category traffic you can activate the syslog server and Usage: [0:none/1:log] [0:don't show debug type/1:show debug type] set the server IP address. Type the commands as displayed in bold. ras> sys logs category traffic 1
ras> sys logs save ras> sys logs category load consolidate clear mail display save switch errlog syslog
Note: The address displayed after the sys logs syslog server command should be the IP address of the Vantage Report server.
ras> sys logs load ras> sys logs syslog active display facility server
ras> sys logs syslog server 172.23.19.242 ras> sys logs syslog facility Usage: [Local ID(1-7)] ras> sys logs syslog facility 1 ras> sys logs syslog active Usage: [0:no/1:yes] ras> sys logs syslog active 1 ras> sys logs syslog display Active: Yes Syslog IP Address: 172.23.19.242 Log Facility: Local 1 ras>
5 Uninstalling Vantage Report
You must uninstall any previous versions of Vantage Report before you install a new version of Vantage Report. Follow this procedure to uninstall Vantage Report. 1 You should first stop Vantage by clicking Logout in the main screen.
2 In Windows, click start, Control Panel, Add or Remove Programs. Select Vantage Report and click Change/Remove.
3 In the InstallShield Wizard screen, select Remove and click Next.
Vantage Report Quick Start Guide 4 Click OK to confirm that you want to remove Vantage Report.
5 This screen displays the status of the program removal.
Vantage Report Quick Start Guide 6 This screen displays when Vantage Report has been removed from your computer. Click Finish.
6 Viewing Your Products Certifications
1 Go to www.zyxel.com. 2 Select your product from the drop-down list box on the ZyXEL home page to go to that product's page. 3 Select the certification you wish to view from this page.
Quick Start Guide
Version 2.3 2/2006
Table of Contents ENGLISH DEUTSCH ESPAOL FRANAIS ITALIANO 103
Vantage Report collects log entries and traffic statistics from ZyXEL devices and then generates graphical and tabular reports about network performance and events.
Install Vantage Report on the Vantage Report server (B). Then, use the web configurator (A) to configure it. (The web configurator can run on a remote computer or on the Vantage Report server.) Finally, configure the ZyXEL devices (C) to send their log entries and traffic statistics to the Vantage Report Server. The Vantage Report server collects this information and builds statistical reports about the network. You and others can look at these reports any time in the web configurator or in regular e-mail messages.
1 Preparation - Make sure the Vantage Report server meets the minimum requirements, and get the Vantage Report server ready for installation. 2 Installation - Install Vantage Report on the Vantage Report server. 3 Login - Use the web configurator to access the Vantage Report server. 4 E-mail Setup - Set up the administrator e-mail address and SMTP mail server settings in Vantage Report, and test the SMTP settings. 5 Registration - When you install Vantage Report, you get the standard version. You do not have to register Vantage Report unless you want to get the trial version or upgrade to the professional version. (See section 5 for more information about versions.) 6 Device Setup - Set up the ZyXEL devices, and add them in the Vantage Report server.
Check these things before you install Vantage Report.
1.1 Check Minimum Requirements
If your Vantage Report server does not meet the minimum requirements, you should upgrade it or use a different server that does meet the minimum requirements. CPU RAM Hard Disk Operating System Browser Pentium IV 2.6 GHz or faster recommended 1024 MB or more (for good performance with 25 devices) 80 GB or more Windows XP Professional, Windows 2000/2003 Server Internet Explorer 6.0 (Service Pack 1) or later on Windows
(Running on Server Mozilla 1.7.12 or later on Windows or Other Computer) Firefox 1.07 or later on Windows 1024 by 768 resolution Other Requirements for Featured Services SMTP daemon TCP port 3316 and UDP port 514
1.2 Save Device List (Vantage Report v2.2 only)
If you currently use Vantage Report v2.2, you should save the list of devices in Vantage Report before you uninstall it. Then, in section 6.2, you can load this file, instead of adding each device manually to Vantage Report.
Note: You cannot load this file in section 6.2 if it adds more devices than the Vantage Report version and license allows. See section 5 for more details.
1 On the included CD, click Documents > Upgrade Notes. 2 Follow the directions to copy the migration folder (and all its contents) from the included CD to the Vantage Report v2.2 installation directory (for example, C:\Program Files\ZyXEL\Vantage Report). 3 Start Vantage Report v2.2, if it is not already running. 4 In the migration folder in the Vantage Report v2.2 installation directory, run exportDeviceList.bat. This program creates a file called Devices.xml in the same folder. 5 Copy Devices.xml to a different folder, where it will not be deleted when you uninstall Vantage Report v2.2 in section 1.3.
1.3 Uninstall Old Versions of Vantage Report
1 If an old version of Vantage Report is running, stop it. 2 In Windows 2000, click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > Vantage Report > Change/Remove. Follow the prompts to remove Vantage Report. In Windows XP, click start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > Vantage Report > Change/ Remove. Follow the prompts to remove Vantage Report.
1.4 Close MySQL and Tomcat
When you install Vantage Report, you also install MySQL and Tomcat. If these applications run on the Vantage Report server, make sure these applications are closed before you install Vantage Report. Follow these steps to check whether or not these applications are running and to stop them. 1 In Windows 2000, click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services. The Services screen opens. In Windows XP, click start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > Administrative Tools > Services. The Services screen opens.
2 If there are no MySQL or Tomcat services running on the Vantage Report server, go to the next section. Otherwise, right-click on any MySQL or Tomcat service that is running. The menu that you see above appears. 3 Select Stop in the menu. Repeat steps 2 and 3 if other MySQL or Tomcat services are still running on the Vantage Report server.
Put the CD into your CD-ROM. The following screen appears.
Click Setup > Vantage Report to start installing Vantage Report. The CD may first extract some files. Then, the Vantage Report installation wizard appears.
ENGLISH Click Next. Follow the prompts. Before you finish, the following screen appears.
Enter the port number you want Vantage Report to use for web services. You cannot change this later without re-installing Vantage Report. Make sure this port number does not conflict with other services in your network. Click Next when you are ready. When you finish installing Vantage Report, restart the Vantage Report server.
By default, the Vantage Report server starts automatically when you log in to the Vantage Report server. To access the Vantage Report server, 1 Open a browser window, and go to http://a.b.c.d:xxxxx/vrpt, where a.b.c.d is the IP address of the Vantage Report server. If you open the web configurator on the same computer on which you installed Vantage Report, enter localhost. xxxxx is the port number you entered during installation. (See section 2.) For example, http://localhost:8080/vrpt or http://184.108.40.206:9090/vrpt. The Login screen appears. If it does not appear, see Troubleshooting.
2 In the login screen, enter your user name and password, and click Login. Default user name: root Default password: root 5
ENGLISH The main screen appears. It is divided into three parts.
Use the device window (A) to select a device. Right-click to add and remove devices. Use the function window (B) to select a report. Use the report window (C) to look at and adjust the selected report for the selected device.
4 E-mail Setup
You should have an e-mail account on a SMTP mail server for Vantage Report. You can use an existing account or create a new one. In either case, you must have the SMTP mail server (IP or domain name), e-mail address, user name (if required), and password (if required).
4.1 Set Up Administrator E-mail Address
You should set up the e-mail address for the Vantage Report administrator first. This e-mail address is used to test the SMTP settings in section 4.2. It is also used for system notifications or if you forget the password for the root account. (If you forget the password, click Forget Password? in the Login screen.) See the Users Guide for more detail. 1 Log in to the Vantage Report server. (See section 3.) 2 In the function window, click System > User Maintenance. The User List screen appears.
ENGLISH 3 Click root. The Edit User screens appears.
4 Type the e-mail address for the Vantage Report administrator in the E-mail field. 5 Click Apply.
4.2 Set Up SMTP Mail Server
1 In the function window, click System > Server Configuration. The Server Configuration screen appears.
2 Follow the directions in the table below to fill in the Server Configuration screen. LABEL SMTP IP Address or Domain Name User Name DESCRIPTION Enter the IP address or domain name of the SMTP mail server on which Vantage Report has an account. Enter the user name required by the SMTP mail server. If the user name is not required, leave this field blank.
ENGLISH LABEL Password Sender E-mail DESCRIPTION Enter the password required by the SMTP mail server. If the password is not required, leave this field blank. Enter the e-mail address you want to be the sender when Vantage Report sends e-mail. This is the e-mail address from which Vantage Report e-mail appears to be sent.
3 Click Apply. (You must save these settings before you can test them in the next step.) 4 Click Test. Vantage Report sends a test message to the e-mail address you specified in section 4.1. 5 Confirm that the specified e-mail account received the message from Vantage Report. If it did not receive the e-mail, see Troubleshooting.
You only have to register Vantage Report if you want to get the trial version or upgrade to the professional version. The standard version provides a variety of statistical and scheduled reports for one device. The professional version supports more reports, more features, and more devices than the standard version. The trial version is a limited-time, free trial of the professional version. It does not support as many devices as the professional version, however. The Vantage Report server must have access to http://www.myZyXEL.com during registration. In addition, some information may also be required for setup. If you have a myZyXEL.com account, you need your. myZyXEL.com user name myZyXEL.com password If you want to upgrade to the professional version, you need your. license key (iCard in the folder you received when you purchased the professional version) 1 Log in to the Vantage Report server. (See section 3.) 2 In the function window, click System > Registration. The Registration screen appears.
3 If you want to get the trial version, click Trial.
ENGLISH If you want to upgrade to the professional version, click Upgrade. In either case, the following screen appears. Some fields do not appear in your screen if you already have a myZyXEL.com account or if you are getting the trial version.
4 Follow the directions in the table below to fill in this screen. LABEL License Key DESCRIPTION Enter the license key on the iCard if you are upgrading to the professional version. The iCard is in the folder you receive when you purchase the professional version. Select this if you do not have a myZyXEL.com account. Vantage Report creates the account for you. Select this if you already have a myZyXEL.com account. If you do not have a myZyXEL.com account, enter the user name that you would like to use for your new myZyXEL.com account. Your user name can consist of alphanumeric characters and underscores (_) and must be 6 - 20 characters long. If you already have a myZyXEL.com account, enter the user name for that account. Password If you do not have a myZyXEL.com account, enter the password that you would like to use for your new myZyXEL.com account. Your password can consist of alphanumeric characters and underscores (_) and must be 6 - 20 characters long. If you already have a myZyXEL.com account, enter the password for that account.
New myZyXEL.com account Existing myZyXEL.com account User Name
ENGLISH LABEL Confirm Password E-mail Address Country DESCRIPTION Retype your password. Enter the e-mail address where you would like to be notified about your new myZyXEL.com account. Select the place where you work.
5 Click Upgrade. The updated Registration screen appears. If it does not, see Troubleshooting.
6 Device Setup
Check the release notes for each of your ZyXEL devices to find out if the current firmware supports Vantage Report. Make sure you check the release notes for the exact version; for example, check the release notes for v3.64(XV.5), not just v3.64. Some models and some firmware versions only support some reports. Generally, the following firmware versions support some or all reports in Vantage Report. ZyWALL 2/10W version 3.62 or later ZyWALL 5/35/70 version 3.63 or later IDP 10 version 2.0 or later Prestige(P-) DSL version 3.40 or later You have to configure each ZyXEL device to send its log entries and traffic statistics to the Vantage Report server, and you have to add each device to Vantage Report.
6.1 Configure ZyXEL Devices
These steps may vary for different devices. If you already set up devices for previous versions of Vantage Report, check this section to make sure the device configuration has not changed.
ENGLISH 1 Log in to the web configurator for the device, and click Logs > Log Settings. The top part of a typical screen is shown below.
2 In the System Logging section, select the Active check box. 3 Type the IP address or name of the Vantage Report server in the Syslog Server field. 4 In the Log column, select the categories you want to see in Vantage Report. System Maintenance, Forward Web Sites, Blocked Web Sites, Attacks, IPSec, IDP, Anti-Virus, and Anti-Spam are required for various reports in Vantage Report. (Some of these are not available in every device.) You can only look at log messages for other categories. 5 Click Apply to save your changes. 6 Click Logs > Reports. If the device does not have this screen, skip steps 6 - 8. The top section of a typical screen is shown below.
7 In the Setup section, select the Send Raw Traffic Statistics to Syslog Server for Analysis check box. 8 Click Apply to save your changes. 9 If the ZyXEL device provides IDP, go to IDP > Signature (in most ZyXEL devices). Make sure the device records log entries for the attack types you want to see in Vantage Report.
ENGLISH 10If the ZyXEL device provides anti-virus protection, go to Anti-Virus > General (in most ZyXEL devices). Make sure the device records log entries for viruses the services (in which the device found the virus) you want to see in Vantage Report.
6.2 Add ZyXEL Devices to Vantage Report
If you followed the directions in section 1.2 (for Vantage Report v2.2), follow the directions in section 6.2.2. Otherwise, follow the directions in section 6.2.1.
6.2.1 Add Devices Manually
You must have the LAN MAC address and model type of the device. 1 Log in to the Vantage Report server. (See section 3.) 2 In the device window, right-click on root. The following menu appears.
3 Select Add Device. The Add Device screen appears.
4 Follow the directions in the table below to fill in the Add Device screen. LABEL Name DESCRIPTION Enter the name of the device you want to add to Vantage Report. The name can consist of alphanumeric characters or underscores (_) and may be 1 - 28 characters long. This name is used to refer to the device in Vantage Report, and it has to be unique in Vantage Report. In some cases, the devices System Name might be appropriate. Enter the LAN MAC address of the device you want to add. You must enter 12 hexadecimal numbers (0 - 9, A - F). Do not use colons (:). This address is usually located on a label that is on the bottom of the device. If there are two addresses on the label, the LAN MAC address is usually on the top. Select the model type of the device you want to add.
ENGLISH LABEL Note DESCRIPTION Enter any additional notes you want to make here. You can enter up to 50 printable ASCII characters. You can also leave this field blank.
5 Click the Add button. The device should now appear in the device window. You can select it (for example, if you want to generate a statistical report for it) by clicking on it once. See the Users Guide for more information.
6.2.2 Import a Device List
1 Log in to the Vantage Report server. (See section 3.) 2 In the function window, click System > Data Maintenance > Device List Import & Export. The Device List Export / Import screen appears.
3 Enter the name and location of the file you saved in section 1.2, or click Browse. to look for it. 4 Click Import. The following message appears.
5 Click OK to close the message. 6 In the device window, click the Refresh icon Report v2.2 should appear. in the upper right corner. The devices you had in Vantage
Follow the directions in section 6.2.1 to add additional devices manually.
See the Users Guide for additional troubleshooting. PROBLEM The web configurator is not connecting to the Vantage Report server. The Vantage Report server does not start up automatically. CORRECTIVE ACTION
Make sure you are using the correct URL. Enter http://a.b.c.d:xxxxx/ a.b.c.d is the IP address of the Vantage Report server. If you open the web configurator on the same computer on which you installed Vantage Report, enter localhost. xxxxx is the port number you entered during installation. (See section 2.)
For example, you might enter http://localhost:8080/vrpt or http:// 220.127.116.11:9090/vrpt. Make sure packets on TCP port 3316, UDP port 514, and the port number you specified during installation are forwarded to the Vantage Report server, especially if the Vantage Report server runs behind a NAT or firewall. Make sure the Vantage Report server is running. The Vantage Report server runs as a service. Follow the directions in section 1.4 to check it. Make sure the following system variables are defined.
The drive letter and names of folders depend on your Vantage Report server. To check these variables in Windows 2000, click Start > Settings > Control Panel > System > Advanced > Environment Variables. In Windows XP, click start > Control Panel > System > Advanced > Environment Variables. Make sure the variables are in the System Variables box. Delete vrpt\conf\lastLogTime.txt in the Vantage Report installation directory. Then, restart the server. The Vantage Report server does not start automatically if there is a port conflict on the port number you specified during installation. Click Start > Run, and enter netstat -a to find out if there is a port conflict. If the problem continues, contact your local vendor. The web configurator returns For security reasons, the web configurator times out in fifteen minutes. Log in to the Login screen when I try again. to do something.
ENGLISH PROBLEM CORRECTIVE ACTION
Vantage Report did not send Make sure the SMTP settings and e-mail account are correct. If your SMTP mail the test e-mail to the server requires authentication, make sure you entered the user name and administrators e-mail account. password correctly. See section 4. Make sure the Vantage Report server can connect to the SMTP mail server. If the problem continues, contact your local vendor. I cannot register (get the trial version or upgrade to the professional version). Make sure you have the right license key, and make sure you enter the requested information correctly. See section 5. Make sure the Vantage Report server can connect to http://www.myzyxel.com. The Vantage Report server interacts with this site during registration. If the problem continues, contact your local vendor.
Viewing Your Products Certifications
Go to www.zyxel.com, select your product from the drop-down list box on the ZyXEL home page, and select the certification you wish to view.
4 License Key ( ) iCard iCard
New myZyXEL.com account myZyXEL.com Vantage Report ( myZyXEL.com ) Existing myZyXEL.com account ( myZyXEL.com ) User Name ( ) myZyXEL.com
myZyXEL.com myZyXEL.com ( ) (_) 6 - 20 myZyXEL.com myZyXEL.com myZyXEL.com (_) 6 - 20 myZyXEL.com myZyXEL.com
Password ( )
Confirm Password ( ) E-mail Address ( )
Country ( )
5 Upgrade ( ) Registration ( )
ZyXEL Vantage Report v3.64(XV.5) v3.64 Vantage Report ZyWALL 2/10W 3.62
ZyWALL 5/35/70 3.63 IDP 10 2.0 Prestige(P-) DSL 3.40 ZyXEL Vantage Report Vantage Report
1 Logs ( ) > Log Settings ( )
2 System Logging ( ) Active ( ) 3 Syslog Server (Syslog ) Vantage Report IP 4 Log ( ) Vantage Report System Maintenance ( ) Forward Web Sites ( )Blocked Web Sites ( )Attacks ( )IPSecIDPAntiVirus ( ) Anti-Spam ( ) Vantage Report ( ) 5 Apply ( ) 6 Logs ( ) > Reports ( ) 6 - 8
7 Setup ( ) Send Raw Traffic Statistics to Syslog Server for Analysis ( Syslog Server ) 8 Apply ( ) 9 ZyXEL IDP IDP > Signature ( ) ( ZyXEL ) Vantage Report
10 ZyXEL Anti-Virus ( ) > General ( ) ( ZyXEL ) Vantage Report ( )
6.2 ZyXEL Vantage Report
section 1.2 ( Vantage Report v2.2) section 6.2.2 section 6.2.1
LAN MAC 1 Vantage ( section 3) 2 root
3 Add Device ( ) Add Device
4 Add Device Name ( ) Vantage Report ( ) (_) 1 - 28 Vantage Report Vantage Report LAN MAC 12 (0 9A - F) (:) LAN MAC 50 ASCII
Type ( ) Note ( )
5 Add ( ) ( )
1 Vantage ( section 3) 2 System ( ) > Data Maintenance ( ) > Device List Import & Export ( ) Device List Export / Import
3 section 1.2 Browse. ( .) 4 Import ( )
5 OK ( ) 6 Refresh ( ) section 6.2.1 Vantage Report v2.2
Vantage Report Vantage Report URL http://a.b.c.d:xxxxx/vrpt
a.b.c.d Vantage Report IP Vantage Report localhost xxxxx ( 2 )
http://localhost:8080/vrpt http:// 18.104.22.168:9090/vrpt TCP 3316 UDP 514 Vantage Report Vantage Report NAT Vantage Report Vantage Report section 1.4
Vantage Report Windows 2000 > > > > > Windows XP > > > > Vantage Report vrpt\conf\lastLogTime.txt Vantage Report > netstat -a 0800-080-128 Login ( ) Vantage Report SMTP SMTP section 4 Vantage Report SMTP 0800-080-128
( section 5 ) Vantage Report http://www.myzyxel.comVantage Report 0800-080-128
Vantage Report ZyXEL .
ZyXEL Vantage Report, a web-based centralized reporting system for quickly and conveniently collecting and analyzing a distributed network, provides system administrator of Corporate or MSSP a simple and direct method of monitoring multiple ZyWALL Internet security and IDP appliances. With ZyXEL Vantage Report, system administrator can easily monitor network access, attack, intrusion and bandwidth usage of network application. The information can be further used for tuning the configuration on ZyXEL ZyWALL Internet security appliances in advanced to enhance control of bandwidth management and network security. ZyXEL Vantage Report integrates advanced Web server, syslog server, scheduling engines, and database for system administrator to analyze ZyWALL logs. The intuitive user interface saves administration and installation time. Whether connecting securely from a local or remote system, using a standard browser greatly simplifies access and navigation. All reporting functions are performed from ZyXEL Vantage Report password-protected Web User Interface, simplifying deployment and access from a local or remote system using a Web browser application. ZyXEL Vantage Report offers a comprehensive set of real-time and historical reports including firewall attacks, bandwidth usage, Web site usage, user activity, and more, allowing organizations to be aware of suspicious activity and to ensure high employee productivity. ZyXEL Vantage Report provides summaries of all types of network attacks and informative reports of user behavior, identifying time-wasting or bandwidth intensive activity. ZyXEL Vantage Report provides support for emailing and archiving daily and weekly reports, allowing users to share data with the management team and to archive the reports for future use.
|Subcategory||Network - monitoring & performance management|
|License Qty||5 devices|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows Vista|
|System Requirements Details||Microsoft Windows Vista / 2000 / XP - Pentium 4 - 2.6 GHz - RAM 512 MB Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Pentium 4 - 2.6 GHz - RAM 512 MB|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||91-996-008001B, VAN.RPT.2.3-5DEV., VANRPT5DEV|
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