The System Settings tab enables you to manage and configure system options for the FortiAnalyzer unit. This includes the basic network settings to connect the device to the corporate network, the configuration of administrators and their access privileges, and managing and updating firmware for the device
The System Settings tab provides access to the following menus and sub-menus:
|Dashboard||Select this menu to configure, monitor, and troubleshoot your
FortiAnalyzer device. Dashboard widgets include: System Information,
License Information, Unit Operation, System Resources, Alert Message Console, CLI Console, Log Receive Monitor, Logs/Data Received, and Statistics.
|All ADOMs||Select this menu to create new ADOMs and monitor all existing
|RAID management||Select this menu to configure and monitor your Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) setup. This page displays information about the status of RAID disks as well as what RAID level has been selected.
It also displays how much disk space is currently consumed.
|Network||Select this menu to configure your FortiAnalyzer interfaces. You can also view the IPv4/IPv6 Routing Table and access Diagnostic Tools.|
|Admin||Select this menu to configure administrator user accounts, as well as configure global administrative settings for the FortiAnalyzer unit.
• Remote authentication server
• Administrator settings
|Certificates||Select this menu to configure the following:
• Local certificates
• CA certificates
• Certificate revocation lists
|Event log||Select this menu to view FortiAnalyzer event log messages. On this page you can:
• Download the logs in .log or .csv formats
• View raw logs or logs in a formatted table
• Browse the event log, FDS upload log, and FDS download log
|Task monitor||Select this menu to monitor FortiAnalyzer tasks.|
|Advanced||Select to configure advanced settings.
• SNMP v1/v2c
• Mail server
• Syslog server
• Meta fields
• Device log settings
• File management
• Advanced settings
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