NGESA

New Web Interface for Reporting, Quarantine, and Tracking

The appliance now has a new web interface to search and view:
Email Reports. You can now view email reports from the Reports drop-down based on the following categories:

  • Email Threat Reports
  • File and Malware Reports
  • Connection and Flow Reports
  • User Reports
  • Filter Reports

For more information, see the “Email Security Monitor Pages on the New Web Interface” chapter in the user guide.

Spam Quarantine

  • You can now view and search for spam and suspected spam messages in Quarantine > Spam Quarantine > Search page in the web interface.
  • You can view, add, and search for domains added in the safelist and blocklist in Quarantine > Spam Quarantine > Safelist or Blocklist page in the web interface.

For more information, see the "Spam Quarantine" chapter in the user guide.

Policy, Virus and Outbreak Quarantines. You can view and search for policy, virus and outbreak quarantines in Quarantine > Other Quarantine > Search page in the web interface. For more information, see the “Centralized Policy, Virus, and Outbreak Quarantines” chapter in the user guide.

Message Tracking. You can search for messages or a group of messages depending on your search criteria in Tracking > Search page in the web interface. For more information, see the “Tracking Messages” chapter in the user guide.

Important!
• Make sure that you have enabled AsyncOS API on the appliance.
• By default, trailblazerconfig is enabled on the appliance.

  • Make sure that the configured HTTPS port is opened on the firewall. The default HTTPS port is 4431.
  • Also, ensure that your DNS server can resolve the hostname that you specified for accessing the appliance.

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REPORTING

Reporting on NGESA is machine level only on ESA; Cluster-level reports are seen from NGSMA only

ESA

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