Chapter 16. Reference

Table of Contents

16.1. Menu reference
16.2. Database fields reference
16.2.1. Flows table fields
16.2.2. Counters table fields
16.2.3. Host counters table fields
16.2.4. Services table fields
16.2.5. Service counters table fields
16.2.6. Time fields
16.3. Filter functions reference
16.4. Database functions
16.4.1. Labels in database functions
16.4.2. Key functions
16.4.2.1. countryCode
16.4.2.2. countryName
16.4.2.3. hostname
16.4.2.4. ifAlias
16.4.2.5. ifAliasOrVMName
16.4.2.6. ifName
16.4.2.7. ifOrVMName
16.4.2.8. locate
16.4.2.9. locateSwitch
16.4.2.10. mac
16.4.2.11. vendor
16.4.2.12. getParent
16.4.2.13. resolve
16.4.2.14. subnet
16.4.2.15. uuid
16.4.2.16. vmName
16.4.3. Value functions
16.4.3.1. count
16.4.3.2. max
16.4.3.3. min
16.4.3.4. percent
16.4.3.5. rate
16.4.3.6. scale
16.4.3.7. sum
16.4.4. Time functions
16.4.4.1. format
16.4.4.2. timestamp
16.5. Classes and objects defined within scripted reports
16.5.1. Objects defined
16.5.1.1. report
16.5.1.2. reportVars
16.5.2. Classes defined
16.5.2.1. Chart
16.5.2.2. Query
16.5.2.3. Report
16.5.2.4. Table

16.1. Menu reference

This section contains a reference for each of the menu selections in sFlowTrend-Pro.

User preferences
Brings up the User preferences dialog which allows you to change the settings for the current user. See Section 13.1, “User preferences”.
System configuration
Brings up the System configuration dialog, which allows you to configure various system-wide settings. See Section 13.2, “System configuration .
Configure agents
Brings up the Configure agents dialog, to allow switches to be added and removed from sFlowTrend-Pro, SNMP settings changed, etc. See Section 13.3, “Configuring agents in sFlowTrend-Pro .
Manage users
Brings up the Manage users dialog which allows you to configure which users have access to sFlowTrend-Pro using user authentication. See Section 13.4, “Configuring user authentication .
Configure subnets
Brings up the Configure subnets dialog, to allow end host IP addresses to be grouped together in subnets using CIDRs. Grouping IP addresses into subnets allows you to view traffic between groups of addresses easily. Section 13.5, “Configuring subnets in sFlowTrend-Pro .
Configure events
Brings up the Configure action on events dialog, to allow action on events to be configured, example sending email notification of events. Section 13.6, “Configuring action on events in sFlowTrend-Pro .
Lookup host
Brings up the Lookup host dialog, which allows you to look up address, network location, and geographical location for end hosts. See Chapter 12, End host information.
Check for updates
Brings up a dialog that allows you to check whether a newer version of sFlowTrend-Pro is available. See Section 13.7, “Checking for updates”.
About sFlowTrend-Pro
Brings up a dialog that shows information about sFlowTrend-Pro.
Opens a web browser and views the sFlowTrend-Pro on-line help from the web.