This page allows you to configure options that affect how reports are displayed. Use the Use display preferences for Intranet environments in cases where the appliance is monitoring Intranet applications exclusively you should select this checkbox so that the user's subnet will be displayed in the User Sessions Log rather than the city. Click Apply to save your changes.
The Snapshot > Edit page, accessed by clicking the Edit link, allows you to specify a title and comment for the snapshot by modifying the information in the Title and Comment boxes.
Clicking the Export to CSV link opens the Export to CSV page. Clicking the Open .csv file links to a CSV file that contains the data displayed in the current report.
By default, the content written to the HTTP Fault Log is recorded whenever any HTTP response code that is considered an error is monitored in the traffic. Certain HTTP response codes can be excluded from this log by configuring the response codes that should be ignored. For more information about this metric see Response Code Count in the Foglight Experience Monitor Metric Reference Guide.
The HTTP Fault Log displays 1000 faults per page, starting with the most recent recorded HTTP fault. Click previous 1000 and next 1000 to navigate through the log entries in order.
NOTE: In order for this feature to work you must have configured the two appliances for communication. For details, see the Foglight Experience Monitor Installation and Administration Guide.