Managing hosts in Command Center

Overview

The Hosts view in Command Center enables you to view real time Internet activity of host devices on your networks. You can select one or more appliances connected to your account to view all active hosts on those networks. By selecting a host, you can view its active sessions and all URLs the host is currently visiting. 

Viewing hosts by appliance

To view active hosts on a network, locate the Appliances list and select one or more appliances. The Hosts table displays details about each host associated with the selected appliances.

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The available details for each host include:

  • Appliance
  • Hostname
  • UID
  • Username
  • IP address
  • Mac Address
  • Mac Address vendor
  • Operating System
  • Quota and Quota usage
  • License entitlement
  • Date creation
  • Date updated

You can hide columns, sort, or filter any of the details by clicking the arrow to the right of each column and choosing an action.

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Host summary

By selecting a host, you can view a summary of the host in the Host Details panel at the bottom. The summary includes the same information as the details in the hosts table.

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Host sessions

At the bottom of the Host Details panel you can click Sessions to view all active sessions from that host. 

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The available details for each session include:

  • Timestamp
  • Protocol
  • Hostname
  • Client Port
  • Server
  • Server Port
  • Server Country
  • End Time
  • License entitlement
  • Bypass
  • Tags

You can hide columns and sort any of the details by clicking the arrow to the right of each column and choosing an action.

Host web events

By clicking Web Events you can view all URLs currently visited by the selected host.

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The available details for each web event include:

  • Timestamp
  • Hostname
  • Client Port
  • Server
  • Server Port
  • Domain
  • Host
  • URI
  • Method
  • Category
  • Blocked
  • Flagged
  • Reason

You can hide columns and sort any of the details by clicking the arrow to the right of each column and choosing an action.

Port Scan

Included in the Host Details panel is a Port Scan option. By clicking Port Scan, the appliance performs an NMAP scan on the host to identify if it has any ports exposed to the network.

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