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 |Name|This field is enabled when you edit previously created report. Allows to change the report’s name.| |Name|This field is enabled when you edit previously created report. Allows to change the report’s name.|
 |View|Allows to set one of the four possible types of view: “HTTP details”, “IP details”, “Grid”, “Pie”, “Bars”, “Bubbles”. “HTTP details” will show a table with HTTP/HTTPS traffic statistics, gathered from proxy-server. “IP details” will show a table with statistics for all the connections that went through ICS CUBE, by IP-address. “Gird” will show chosen data as a table. “Pie” will show chosen data as a pie chart.| |View|Allows to set one of the four possible types of view: “HTTP details”, “IP details”, “Grid”, “Pie”, “Bars”, “Bubbles”. “HTTP details” will show a table with HTTP/HTTPS traffic statistics, gathered from proxy-server. “IP details” will show a table with statistics for all the connections that went through ICS CUBE, by IP-address. “Gird” will show chosen data as a table. “Pie” will show chosen data as a pie chart.|
-|Grouping|This function groups all the shown data by chosen ​principle in the second window. Grouping can be: by destination,​ by source, by interface, by ip-addresses and domains, by protocols, by ports, by mime-types, by timestamp. Also you can set additional ​grouping for them. If the report view will be table, you can group them by several ​criteria. Grouping will be performed as following: first tree level will be grouped by first value of the field, second level by second value etc. Grouping is the only one mandatory parameter in report creation.| +|Grouping|This function groups all the shown data by principle ​chosen ​in the second window. Grouping can be: by destination,​ by source, by interface, by ip-addresses and domains, by protocols, by ports, by mime-types, by timestamp. Also you can set more detailed ​grouping for each display area. If the report view is organized in table form, you can group them using multiple ​criteria. Grouping will be performed as followsthe first level of a tree will be grouped by the first value of the field, second level by second value etc. Grouping is the only one mandatory parameter in report creation.| 
-|Source|Allows to filter grouped statistics by their source. You can set an address range or IP-address that exists ​in ICS CUBEin this field.| +|Source|Allows to filter grouped statistics by source. You can set an address range or an IP-address that configured ​in ICS CUBE in this field.| 
-|Destination|Allows to filter grouped statistics by destination. You can set an address range or IP-address that exists ​in ICS CUBE, in this field.| +|Destination|Allows to filter grouped statistics by destination. You can set an address range or an IP-address that is configured ​in ICS CUBE, in this field.| 
-|Interface|Allows to filter grouped statistics by interface, that exists ​in the ICS CUBE. You can choose tunnels, DMZ, VPN, external and internal interfaces in this field.|+|Interface|Allows to filter grouped statistics by interface, that is configured ​in the ICS CUBE. You can choose tunnels, DMZ, VPN, external and internal interfaces in this field.|
 |IP or domain|Allows to filter grouped statistics by IP-address or domain.| |IP or domain|Allows to filter grouped statistics by IP-address or domain.|
 |Protocol/​port|First field allows to filter grouped statistics by one of the protocols (IP, ICMP, TCP, UDP, GRE, IPIP, L2TP). Second field allows to filter grouped statistics by port: ICS CUBE service port, well-known port or any other.| |Protocol/​port|First field allows to filter grouped statistics by one of the protocols (IP, ICMP, TCP, UDP, GRE, IPIP, L2TP). Second field allows to filter grouped statistics by port: ICS CUBE service port, well-known port or any other.|
 |MIME type|Allows to filter grouped statistics by one of the pre-set mime-types.| |MIME type|Allows to filter grouped statistics by one of the pre-set mime-types.|
-|Result|Allows to filter grouped statistics by reply code from the external web-server.|+|Result|Allows to filter grouped statistics by reply code from external web-server.|
 |Time (from … to)|Allows to filter grouped statistics to match only a certain time period, in hours.| |Time (from … to)|Allows to filter grouped statistics to match only a certain time period, in hours.|
  
-After all the necessary filters are chosen and the “Show” button is pressed, you will be able to see the report in the second window. If it is a table report, you will be able to show and hide columns, manage the order and format of the data, like it happens in other tables in ICS CUBE interface. To save the chosen ​filters ​combination and use it in future without setting it up again, you need to press the “Save the report” button. ICS CUBE will suggest to choose report category (“Statistics report” or “User report”), then to enter the report’s name and then will save it among other standard reports. Created report will be available ​on the “Reports management” tab.+After all the necessary filters are chosen and “Show” button is pressed, you will be able to see the report in the second window. If it is a table report, you will be able to show and hide columns, manage the order and format of the data, like it happens in other tables in ICS CUBE interface. To save the chosen ​filter ​combination and use it in future without setting it up again, you need to press “Save the report” button. ICS CUBE will suggest to choose report category (“Statistics report” or “User report”), then to enter the report’s name and then will save it among other standard reports. Created report will be available ​in “Reports management” tab.
  
-The data, filtered from the detailed statistics in the report, can be exported ​in a file (.csv, .txt, .xls), and this way will be available for printing. When one of the formats ​will be chosen, a new window ​“Settings” window will be open where you can set export parameters (“Export all the pages”, “Export as a tree” with an opportunity to choose the level of details in tree). Also on this tab you can choose ​the time period for the report (in this example the current date will be 30.07.18): “Today” (report for the 30.07.18), “Week” (report for the 30.08.18-05.08.18),​ “Month” (report for the 01.07.18-31.07.18),​ “Other period” (you will need to choose the period). It should be noted that pie charts will be transformed into tables for export.+Data, filtered from detailed statistics in the report, can be exported ​into a file (.csv, .txt, .xls), and thus become ​available for printing. When one of the formats ​is chosen, a new “Settings” window will be opened ​where you can set export parameters (“Export all the pages”, “Export as a tree” with an opportunity to choose the level of details in the tree). Also in this tab you can choose time period for the report (in this example the current date will be 30.07.18): “Today” (report for the 30.07.18), “Week” (report for the 30.08.18-05.08.18),​ “Month” (report for the 01.07.18-31.07.18),​ “Other period” (you will need to choose the period). It should be noted that pie charts will be transformed into tables for export.
  
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-The “Services” tab displays statuses of the services “Statistics” and “Counters” - enabled or disabled. Also on this tab you can find the event log for the current date.+“Services” tab displays statuses of the services “Statistics” and “Counters” - enabled or disabled. Also on this tab you can find event log for the current date.
  
 ==== Settings. ==== ==== Settings. ====
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-The “Settings” tab allows to set parameters for view and storing of the logs of these services.+“Settings” tab allows to set parameters for siewing ​and storing of the logs of these services.
  
-In the “Users for which don't show URL” field you can set users or/and groups of users for which the URLs of the visited pages won’t be shown in reports. In the report you will see the “hidden.url” in such case for all the URLs. It should be noted that this setting will be applied only to newly gathered statistics.+In "Users for which don't show URL” field you can set users or/and groups of users for which the URLs of the visited pages won’t be shown in reports. In the report you will see “hidden.url” in such case for all the URLs. It should be noted that this setting will be applied only to newly gathered statistics.
  
-If the “Firewall blocks logging” ​will be set, then in a report you will see what was blocked by the firewall. To view them, in the “Reports designer” tab choose: in the “view” field - “IP details”, in the “result” field - “403 Forbidden”.+If “Firewall blocks logging” ​is set, then in a report you will see what was blocked by the firewall. To view this, in “Reports designer” tab choose: in the “view” field - “IP details”, in the “result” field - “403 Forbidden”.
  
-If the “Reports by traffic categories” checkbox is marked, then for reports of the “HTTP details” type there will be a category for each URL. +If “Reports by traffic categories” checkbox is ticked, then for reports of “HTTP details” type there will be a category for each URL. 
  
-The “Delete automatically” block allows to set the time period or quota for storing the statistics and detailed statistics. Also those parameters can be set in the Maintenance - System - Data deletion.+“Delete automatically” block allows to set time period or quota for storing the statistics and detailed statistics. Also those parameters can be set in Maintenance - System - Data deletion.
  
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-The “Log” tab shows all the system messages of the module with a timestamp. Log is divided into pages, you can navigate through them using the “Next” and “Previous” buttons, or enter the required page number in the appropriate field. ​+“Log” tab shows all the system messages of the module with a timestamp. Log is divided into pages, you can navigate through them using “Next” and “Previous” buttons, or enter the required page number in appropriate field. ​
  
 Log messages are marked by color depending on their type. Normal system messages are white, system status messages (enabling/​disabling,​ user connection) are green, warnings are yellow and errors are red.  Log messages are marked by color depending on their type. Normal system messages are white, system status messages (enabling/​disabling,​ user connection) are green, warnings are yellow and errors are red. 
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 In the top right corner of the module there is a search line. Also there is an opportunity to choose the period for which the log will be shown. By default log is showing events for the current date.  In the top right corner of the module there is a search line. Also there is an opportunity to choose the period for which the log will be shown. By default log is showing events for the current date. 
  
-If needed, the log can be saved into a file by using the “Export” button, and deleted for a period with “Delete logs” button.+If needed, the log can be saved into a file by using “Export” button, and deleted for a period with “Delete logs” button.
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