System Information widget
The information displayed in the System Information widget is dependent on the FortiAnalyzer model and device settings. The following information is available on this widget:
|The identifying name assigned to this FortiAnalyzer unit. Click the edit host name button to change the host name. For more information, see Changing the host name on page 158.
|The serial number of the FortiAnalyzer unit. The serial number is unique to the FortiAnalyzer unit and does not change with firmware upgrades. The serial number is used for identification when connecting to the FortiGuard server.
|Displays the FortiAnalyzer platform type, for example FAZVM64 (virtual machine).
|Displays if FortiAnalyzer unit is in High Availability mode and whether it is the Master or Slave unit in the HA cluster.
|The current time on the FortiAnalyzer internal clock. Click the edit system time button to change system time settings. For more information, see Configuring the system time on page 158.
|The version number and build number of the firmware installed on the
FortiAnalyzer unit. To update the firmware, you must download the latest version from the Customer Service & Support website at https://support.fortinet.com. Click the update button, then select the firmware image to load from the local hard disk or network volume. For more information, see Updating the system firmware on page 159.
|The date of the last system configuration backup. The following actions are available:
l Click the backup button to backup the system configuration to a file; see Backing up the system on page 160.
l Click the restore to restore the configuration from a backup file; see Restoring the configuration on page 160. You can also migrate the configuration to a different FortiAnalyzer model by using the CLI. See Migrating the configuration on page 160.
|The number of administrators currently logged in. Click the current session list button to view the session details for all currently logged in administrators.
|The duration of time the FortiAnalyzer unit has been running since it was last started or restarted.
|Displays whether ADOMs are enabled. Toggle the switch to change the Administrative Domain state. See Enabling and disabling the ADOM feature on page 179.
|Displays the current operation mode of the FortiAnalyzer. Click the other mode to change to it. For more information on operation modes, see Two operation modes on page 19.
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