The Appliances page in the ATP Manager provides you with detailed information about the appliance. The graphic that appears under the appliance name indicates the health of the appliance.
See About ATP system health.
Table: Appliance details provides information about the details that appear beside the appliance health graphic.
Table: Appliance details
EVENT STORAGE USAGE
The amount of disk storage space that your appliance has allocated to store events. You can hover over the bar to display the actual amount of used space.
The color of the bar indicates the state of the actual usage based on the following:
Actual usage is below 70 percent.
Actual usage is between 70 and 85 percent.
Actual usage is about 85 percent.
When the amount of storage space exceeds one of these thresholds, ATP logs a notification in the System Activity log.
ATP automatically generates this number when you install the physical appliance or virtual appliance.
The serial number of the physical appliance.
The appliance ID preceded by "VMware-".
ATP automatically populates this field when you install the physical appliance or virtual appliance.
The model of the hardware appliance (i.e., 8880 or 8840).
VMware Virtual Platform
The version of ATP that the appliance is running.
The antivirus definition ID that the appliance is using.
The Vantage definition ID that the appliance is using.
The Insight definition ID that the appliance is using.
The DeepSight Intelligence definition ID that the appliance is using.
The date and time (in UTC) that the most recent content updated (e.g., definition IDs) regardless of the outcome (successful or unsuccessful). Update errors are reported in the system health.
DYNAMIC ADVERSARY INTELLIGENCE
The Dynamic Adversary Intelligence definition ID that the appliance is using.
Whether the scanner is enabled or disabled.
The operating mode that is assigned to the appliance.
See About operating roles, operating modes, and network connections.
The IP address of the management platform (i.e., ATP Manager).
The Action bar contains options that let you shut off the appliance or restart it.
See Rebooting and shutting down appliances.
Beneath the Action bar are options that you can configure that apply specifically for this appliance.
Network Interface Settings
See Configuring network interface settings and enabling scanning.
Internal Network Configuration
See Defining internal networks to ATP.
See Configuring network proxy information.
See Building an enterprise proxy list.
See Specifying the traffic that the proxy inspects.
See Configuring connections to DNS servers.
See Configuring the connection to a time server.
See Configuring connections to syslog servers.
See Configuring a connection to an SNMP v3 manager or trap receiver.
See About default and appliance settings
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