Here you can find a summary of the firewall activity of your company and detect conflicts, denied traffic and firewall distribution.
You can check the history and evolution of firewall traffic in this area. The heat map shows the history of firewall traffic over the last 12 months, and the line chart shows the evolution and trend of daily accepted and denied firewall traffic since the first day of the current year.
The Voronoi diagram shows denied firewall traffic over the last 24 hours, grouped by country, ISP, destination service and protocol. The map plots the geographic sources of denied traffic over the last 24 hours. It also allows to see an animation of the last 24 hours selecting Play.
Firewall and rule identification
These widgets help you identify each firewall by their type and amount of traffic they handle, and also detect the most and least used firewall rules.
The Voronoi diagram has a single layer of cells, each representing a firewall. By default, the size of the cell is based on the number of rules the firewall has, and the color is based on the amount of firewall traffic. You can customize these settings using the widget Size by and Color by options. The column chart and the table show the most and least used firewall rules over the last 7 days.
Rejected IP addresses
You can analyze the rejected IP addresses through these widgets. The Sankey diagram at the left shows the most rejected IP addresses by public and private servers over the last 24 hours. The table next to it lists the most rejected source IPs over the last 24 hours.
Firewall rule conflicts
The two tables at the bottom of this tab show a list of firewalls that have applied multiple conflicting rules to the same connection request over the last 24 hours, and a list of firewalls with the most rule conflicts over the last 7 days.