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When you access the Reporting tab in Grid Manager, you can do the following:

  • View and analyze all of your DNS, DHCP, and IPAM data.
  • View the reporting data in the form of charts and tables.
  • Use the Search tab to create or edit searches.

The key options in the Reporting tab are: Home Dashboards, Dashboards, Reports, Alerts, Search, Datasets, Administration, and Reporting Help. For more information about these options, see Table 40.6.

Figure 40.8 Reporting Tab Overview



The following table summarizes the different tabs and key options that are available on the Reporting tab:
Table 40.6 Reporting Tab Overview

Tab Name

Purpose

Description

Settings

Email notification settings Server Logging

For information, see Configuring Email Notification Settings

Home Dashboard

Overall summary view for the reporting data in your Grid

For information, see Home Dashboards

Dashboard

Provide table and graph views for the reporting data in your Grid.

For information, see About Dashboards

Reports

Saved searches that retrieve specific type of reporting data

For information, see About Reports

Alerts

Set alerts to trigger actions when certain events occur

For information, see About Alerts

Search

Create a search interactively from scratch and save it as a dashboard panel, alert and report.

For information, see About Searches

Datasets

Refer to Splunk documentation for more information.


Administration

  • Set up
  • Permissions

For information, see Reporting (Index) Storage Space

For information, see Administrative Permissions

Reporting Help

Quick help on some of the reporting topics.


Hierarchy settings for all the navigation menu options (listed in the Table 40.6) are available in the default.xml file.

Warning

Infoblox recommends that you do not modify the default.xml file. The navigation menu is built on a custom XML structure that is stored as default.xml in the navigation directory (from the Reporting tag, select the Settings tab -> User Interface -> Navigation Menus -> default). Editing this file changes the specific default settings for the reporting features and your changes become permanent. In addition, you might not be able to see the latest changes made by Infoblox. To restore the default settings, you must reset the NIOS appliance to its original factory settings. For Information, see Resetting a NIOS Appliance to Factory Settings.

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