SD-WAN Center collects event information from all the discovered appliances in the network. This event information can be filtered and viewed in the Event Viewer page.
The event details include the following information.
The Appliance ID column is hidden by default. To display the column, click Show/Hide (gear icon) and select the Appliance ID checkbox from the drop-down menu
You can view the events, filter it and also download it from the Event Viewer page.
To access the event viewer page.
In the SD-WAN Center web interface click the Fault tab.
The Event Viewer page appears by default.
You can select and view events of a particular time frame by using the timeline controls. For more information, see, How to use timeline controls.
You can also create, save and open event views. For more information, see, How to manage views.
You can create custom filters for narrowing the Events table results.
To create and apply a filter
1. Click + icon to the right of the Filters section label.
2. Select a category form the drop-down menu.
The options available are:
3. Select an operator from the middle drop-down menu.
The options are as follows:
4. Enter the string or value by which to delimit the filter.
This field is case sensitive.
You can create and apply multiple filters.
To download the events table as a CSV file
Click the Download icon at the upper right corner of the events table.
You can configure the SD-WAN center to send out email alerts about events generated on the appliances.
To configure email alerts
1. In the SD-WAN Center web interface, click the Fault tab.
2. Click Notification Settings.
3. Select Enable Event Emails.
4. In the Destination Email Address field, enter an email address to be used as the destination for all event email notifications from this system.
5. In the Source Email Address field, enter an email address to be used as the source email address for all event emails from this system.
This field is optional. To use the system default, leave this field empty.
6. In the Host field, enter the IP address or host name of the external SMTP server to be used to relay messages to the Internet.
7. In the Port field, enter the port to be used for the SMTP connection (default is port 25).
8. Click Apply.
9. Optionally, click Send Test Message to send a test email to the specified destination.
10. Click the Severity Settings tab.
11. From the list of event types, select the event types for which you want to receive an email notification.
12. For each event type, in the Alert if Sate Persists field select the time duration after which if the event persists an email notification will be sent.
13. For each event type, select the severity level from the drop-down list. Notifications are generated for events equal to or above the specified severity level for the event type.
The available options are as follows, in descending order of severity:
14. Click Apply.
For more information on event statistics, see How to View Event Statistics.