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Administration Guide

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Using widgets

You can convert a widget to a standalone monitor, change the view type, configure tables, and filter data.

To save a dashboard widget as a monitor:
  1. Hover over the widget and click Expand to full screen.

    Note

    Full screen mode is not supported in all widgets.

  2. In the widget, click Save as Monitor. The Add Monitor window opens.

  3. (Optional) Enter a new name for the monitor in the Name field.
  4. Click OK.
To view the widget settings:
  1. Click the menu dropdown at the right side of the widget and select Settings.

  2. Configure the widget settings and click OK.
Note

The settings will vary depending on the widget.

To configure a table in the widget:
  1. Hover over the left side of the table header and click Configure Table.

  2. Configure the table options:
    Option Description
    Best Fit All Columns Resizes all of the columns in a table to fit their content.
    Reset Table Resets the table to the default view.
    Select Columns Adds or removes columns from the view.
  3. Click Apply.
To filter or configure a column in a table:
  1. Hover over a column heading, and click Filter/Configure Column.

  2. Configure the column options.

    Option

    Description

    Resize to Contents Resizes the column to fit the content.
    Group by this Column Groups the table rows by the contents in the selected column.

  3. Click Apply.
  4. To filter a column, enter a value in the Filter field, and click Apply.
Note

Filtering is not supported in all widgets.

Widgets

Dashboards are created per VDOM when VDOM mode is enabled.For information about VDOM mode, see Virtual Domains.

Note

Some dashboards and widgets are not available in Multi-VDOM mode.

The following table lists the available widgets in VDOM mode:

Category Widgets
FortiView
  • FortiView Application Bandwidth FortiView
  • Applications FortiView Cloud Applications
  • FortiView Destination Interfaces FortiView
  • Destination Owners FortiView Destinations
  • FortiView Policies FortiView Sessions
  • FortiView Source Interfaces FortiView
  • Sources FortiView VPN FortiView Web
  • Categories FortiView Countries/Regions
  • FortiView Destination Firewall Objects
  • FortiView Interface Pairs FortiView Search
  • Phrases FortiView Servers FortiView Source
  • Firewall Objects FortiView Sources - WAN
  • FortiView Traffic Shaping
Security Fabric
  • Fabric Device
  • FortiGate Cloud
  • Security Fabric Status
Network
  • DHCP
  • Interface Bandwidth

  • IP Pool Utilization

  • IPsec

  • Routing

  • SD-WAN

  • SSL-VPN

  • Top IP Pools by Assigned IPs

Note

The Interface Bandwidth widget can monitor a maximum of 25 interfaces.

System
  • Administrators
  • Botnet Activity
  • HA Status
  • License Status
  • System Information
  • Top System Events
  • Virtual Machine
Resource Usage
  • CPU Usage
  • Disk Usage
  • Log Rate Memory Usage
  • Session Rate
  • Sessions
Security
  • Advanced Threat Protection Statistics
  • Compromised Hosts
  • FortiClient Detected Vulnerabilities
  • GTP Tunnel Rate
  • GTP Tunnels
  • Host Scan Summary
  • Quarantine
  • Top Endpoint Vulnerabilities
  • Top Failed Authentication
  • Top FortiSandbox Files
  • Top Threats
  • Top Threats - WAN

User & Authentication

  • Device Inventory

  • Firewall Users

  • FortiClient

  • FortiGuard Quota

  • FortiSwitch NAC VLANs

  • Top Admin Logins

  • Top Vulnerable Endpoint Devices

  • Top Cloud Users

WiFi

  • Channel Utilization

  • Clients By FortiAP

  • FortiAP Status

  • Historical Clients

  • Interfering SSIDs

  • Login Failures

  • Rogue APs

  • Signal Strength

  • Top WiFi Clients

Using widgets

You can convert a widget to a standalone monitor, change the view type, configure tables, and filter data.

To save a dashboard widget as a monitor:
  1. Hover over the widget and click Expand to full screen.

    Note

    Full screen mode is not supported in all widgets.

  2. In the widget, click Save as Monitor. The Add Monitor window opens.

  3. (Optional) Enter a new name for the monitor in the Name field.
  4. Click OK.
To view the widget settings:
  1. Click the menu dropdown at the right side of the widget and select Settings.

  2. Configure the widget settings and click OK.
Note

The settings will vary depending on the widget.

To configure a table in the widget:
  1. Hover over the left side of the table header and click Configure Table.

  2. Configure the table options:
    Option Description
    Best Fit All Columns Resizes all of the columns in a table to fit their content.
    Reset Table Resets the table to the default view.
    Select Columns Adds or removes columns from the view.
  3. Click Apply.
To filter or configure a column in a table:
  1. Hover over a column heading, and click Filter/Configure Column.

  2. Configure the column options.

    Option

    Description

    Resize to Contents Resizes the column to fit the content.
    Group by this Column Groups the table rows by the contents in the selected column.

  3. Click Apply.
  4. To filter a column, enter a value in the Filter field, and click Apply.
Note

Filtering is not supported in all widgets.

Widgets

Dashboards are created per VDOM when VDOM mode is enabled.For information about VDOM mode, see Virtual Domains.

Note

Some dashboards and widgets are not available in Multi-VDOM mode.

The following table lists the available widgets in VDOM mode:

Category Widgets
FortiView
  • FortiView Application Bandwidth FortiView
  • Applications FortiView Cloud Applications
  • FortiView Destination Interfaces FortiView
  • Destination Owners FortiView Destinations
  • FortiView Policies FortiView Sessions
  • FortiView Source Interfaces FortiView
  • Sources FortiView VPN FortiView Web
  • Categories FortiView Countries/Regions
  • FortiView Destination Firewall Objects
  • FortiView Interface Pairs FortiView Search
  • Phrases FortiView Servers FortiView Source
  • Firewall Objects FortiView Sources - WAN
  • FortiView Traffic Shaping
Security Fabric
  • Fabric Device
  • FortiGate Cloud
  • Security Fabric Status
Network
  • DHCP
  • Interface Bandwidth

  • IP Pool Utilization

  • IPsec

  • Routing

  • SD-WAN

  • SSL-VPN

  • Top IP Pools by Assigned IPs

Note

The Interface Bandwidth widget can monitor a maximum of 25 interfaces.

System
  • Administrators
  • Botnet Activity
  • HA Status
  • License Status
  • System Information
  • Top System Events
  • Virtual Machine
Resource Usage
  • CPU Usage
  • Disk Usage
  • Log Rate Memory Usage
  • Session Rate
  • Sessions
Security
  • Advanced Threat Protection Statistics
  • Compromised Hosts
  • FortiClient Detected Vulnerabilities
  • GTP Tunnel Rate
  • GTP Tunnels
  • Host Scan Summary
  • Quarantine
  • Top Endpoint Vulnerabilities
  • Top Failed Authentication
  • Top FortiSandbox Files
  • Top Threats
  • Top Threats - WAN

User & Authentication

  • Device Inventory

  • Firewall Users

  • FortiClient

  • FortiGuard Quota

  • FortiSwitch NAC VLANs

  • Top Admin Logins

  • Top Vulnerable Endpoint Devices

  • Top Cloud Users

WiFi

  • Channel Utilization

  • Clients By FortiAP

  • FortiAP Status

  • Historical Clients

  • Interfering SSIDs

  • Login Failures

  • Rogue APs

  • Signal Strength

  • Top WiFi Clients