All Sinefa Reports support filtering. This allows for highly custom reports as well as the ability to drill-down into data in any way you like.
The 'Filter' bar is shown at the top of all the reports on the UI.
Depending on which report you are viewing, the options available in the Filter vary.
|Report Type||Supported Filters|
|Utilization||Probe, Application, Host, Source|
Filter on Sinefa Probe or Sinefa Tags (groups of probes). If no Probe Filter is specified then the default is all Probes.
Filter on Application name. If no Application Filter is specified then the default is all Applications.
Filter on Host (IP Address) or Subnet. If no Host Filter is specified then the default is all Hosts.
Filter on Source. If no Source Filter is specified then the default is all Sources.
Filters can be combined with 'AND'. A maximum of 2 filters can be used together. See examples below.
Drill down - Historical availability
Filters can be used for all time ranges. However filtering drilled down has its limitations, please see below table as a point of reference
|Time Period||Data Displayed||Filtering|
|Current - 3 Days||5-minute increments||Maximum 2 filters|
|Last 7 Days||5-minute increments||No Filtering available|
|Last 14 days||10-minute increments||No Filtering available|
|Older than 14 days||1-hour increments||No Filtering Available|
Show all HTTP traffic to/from London:
probe = London AND application = HTTP
Show all applications to from the 10.0.0.0/24 subnet:
host = "10.0.0.0/24"
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