About Network Security Management

Table Tools

Table tools provided by NSM helps you to filter, manage and get the custom view of the data effortlessly. The table tools are easy to use with a logical structure that makes the content easy to understand.

The following section describes the table tools provided by NSM and their descriptions:

Table IconsDefinition
Indicates the device is online.
Indicates the device is offline.
Indicates the button to add a new schedule, device groups, templates, and so on.
or Indicates the button to delete the selected options.
Indicates the icon to export data into a CSV file.
Indicates the button to refresh or reload the page.
Indicates the icon to select the grid settings or the required columns. This helps you to view or hide the selected columns and customize the data with the desired fields.
Indicates More Options such as Manage Configurations and Manage Commits.

Indicates the action icon on the Firewalls > Inventory page. Enables you to do the action items such as Switch to Firewall View, Edit Settings, Synchronize Firewall, Upgrade Software, Backup Config, Audit, Manage Commits, Scheduled Reports, and Delete Firewall.

For Templates, this icon indicates the options to Edit Template, View Template Configuration, Clone Template, Modify Template Attributes, Apply Template, and Delete Template.

Indicates the icon to switch to Firewall View from an Action button.
Indicates the icon to edit settings from an Action button. This is also the icon to edit template on the Templates page.
Indicates the icon to synchronize firewall from an Action button.
Indicates the icon to upgrade firmware from an Action button.
Indicates the icon to archive configuration from an Action button.
Indicates the Audit icon from an Action button.
Indicates the icon to manage commits from an Action button.
Indicates the icon to view scheduled reports from an Action button.
Indicates the icon to export to template from an Action button.
Indicates the icon to log-in to unit from an Action button.
Indicates the icon to delete firewall from an Action button. Also indicates the icon to delete templates from an Action button on Templates page.
Indicates the icon to upload keyset file from an Action button.
Indicates the Action icon from Firewalls > Groups or Firewalls > Backups pages.

Indicates the button to backup configurations for the selected series of entries in the Firewalls Groups tab.

You can create Local, Cloud, or Schedule Backups with this option.

Indicates the button to run the scheduled report options. You can test the selected files with the help of this option.

Also indicates the button to download files such as archived reports to the required folder.

Indicates the icon to select templates in the Templates section.
Indicates that a particular template is not applied to any device or groups. If it is applied already, this icon displays the number of Total Devices and Root Groups.
Indicates the icon to view template configuration from an Action button in the Templates page.
Indicates the icon to clone template from an Action button in the Templates page.
Indicates the icon to modify template attributes from an Action button in the Templates page.
Indicates the icon to apply template from an Action button in the Templates page.
Indicates the icon to view the template status from an Action button in the Templates page.
Indicates the icon to set the default approval groups.
Indicates the button to commit a new configuration in the Config Management section.

Indicates the icon to filter the required options. For example, to filter the devices for the topology options, options, operational status, and so on.

In Reports section, this indicates the icon to download reports.

Indicates the button to view the difference between two configurations you select. You can compare the difference in the Config Diff window.
or Shows the list of tenants in the Tenants section.
Indicates the button to edit the details. For example, port details of the networks, tenants, and so on.
Indicates the button to log out the selected users in the CSC Users Status section.

Indicates the button to enable certain options or notifications.

For example, to show legends for applications, bandwidth, packet rate, packet size, connection rate, and so on.

Indicates the button to disable certain options or notifications.

For example, to disable beta features, hide legends for applications, bandwidth, packet rate, packet size, connection rate, and so on.

Indicates the button to run the options for the selected date range.

Indicates that Zero Touch Connection is disabled for a device.

Also indicates that the last run status is not available for a scheduled report.

or Indicates the commit and deploy wizard.
Indicates that the user is a Super Admin.
Indicates the grid only view.
Indicates the chart and grid view.
or Indicates the button to pause the refresh option for intervals, live reports, and so on.
Indicates the button to play live reports.
Indicates the button to view the page description that shows the real-time view of the packets forwarded by the firewall.
Indicates if the CSC user is locked-out or not.
Indicates active users. Also indicates the operational status that configuration changes are deployed.
Indicates the icon that the zero touch connection is down.
Indicates the icon that the link is up.
Indicates the icon that the firewall connected has the zero touch option. Also indicates that the zero touch option is enabled for a template.
Indicates the icon to edit user.
Indicates the icon to view bar chart for the reports.
Indicates the icon to view stacked chart for the reports.
Indicates the icon to synchronize data for the security services summary.
Indicates the icon to view the SCEP configuration for certificates.
Indicates the icon to generate certificate signing requests.
Indicates the button to show labels.
Indicates the button to hide labels.
Indicates the icon to view the topology view of the devices.
Indicates the icon to view the topology view of the networks.
Indicates the icon to switch to Group View from Manager View, or to navigate to the root group from Group View.
Indicates the icon to switch to Firewall View from Manager View.
Indicates the collapse icon.
Indicates the expand icon.
Indicates the icon to mark all alerts as read, in the Notification Center Inbox.
Indicates the button to upload new firmware from your local device.
Indicates the button to create changes in the settings of firmware. This include making changes to Schedule Reports, Diagnostics, FIPS, NDPP and so on.
Indicates the button to show the user count.
Indicates the icon to view wizard from Firewall View and Template View.

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