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    Many network administrators are required to monitor security status in the data center. The administrators must be able to see details on allowed traffic, as well as blocked or anomalous traffic. This information is found in the Logs window. Logging can be enabled or disabled on a per policy basis. You can also enable logging for all the policies. Please keep in mind that enabling logging for all policies can have an effect on CPU utilization and can introduce network congestion or packet drops. Because of this, we do not recommend enabling logging for all policies.

    To see policy logs, you need to enable logging per policy. Once logging is enabled, the Firefly Host can filter by source IP address, destination IP address, or protocol. This filtering is performed in the advanced view of the logging screen.

    For more information on Firefly Host configuration, troubleshooting, and best practices, see the Firefly Host Administration Guide at:

    Juniper Networks Firefly Host - Installation and Administration Guide for VMware PDF Document

    Published: 2015-04-20