To enable AppFlow monitoring, configure each collector is configured with a name, an IP address, and a
port. Up to four collectors can be defined, and they can be enabled or disabled
independently. They can also be edited or deleted. (Once defined, the IP
address of a collector cannot be changed. To change the address of a collector,
delete the collector definition and create a new one with the new IP address.)
To configure a CloudBridge appliance to send data to Splunk, do the
- On the Configuration tab of
the CloudBridge appliance, navigate to Appliance Settings > AppFlow and, in
the right pane, click Enable to enable AppFlow monitoring.
- Choose the kind of traffic
that you want the AppFlow collector to monitor, by specifying one of the
following the data sets:
- TCP: Start collecting
the TCP information flowing through the CloudBridge appliances.
- WANOpt: Start collecting
the TCP WAN optimization details, such as compression benefits.
- HDX: Start collecting
information about ICA traffic flowing through XenApp and/or XenDesktop
Note: In release 7.2 of the CloudBridge software, WAN
optimization is enabled by default. Choose the Data Upload Interval value to
specify how often the data collectors receive an update, in minutes. The
default value is 1.
- Add the collectors by
specifying the collector details.
Specify the following details:
- Collector Name: Name of
the AppFlow collector
- IP address: IP address
of the AppFlow collector
- Port: Port at which the
collector sends and receives data when the operation is performed. Default
value is 4739
- Status: Enables the
CloudBridge appliance to start or stop sending the traffic information.
Note: You can specify a maximum of four AppFlow collectors on a
Caution: The volume of data sent to the collector is large,
and might exceed your WAN bandwidth. Use AppFlow monitoring for local