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njanardhanan@ny1 Absent Member.
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To identify the type of connector

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Hi,

I want to know which type of connector is been installed to server bcoz im new to a company and working on arcsight so just looking at the connector name im not able to know hich type it

Eg: the name of connector is xxxx how do i identify whether it is a Syslog or Windows Unified Connector etc,..

I know its easy step but i couldnt find.. can any on help me!!

Thanks!!

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balahasan.v1 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Hi

Hope this gives the Info:

Getting Status Reports

You can see a SmartConnector's current operational state at any time.

1 Choose the Connectors resource tree in the Navigator panel.

2 In the Connectors resource tree, right-click the SmartConnector, choose Send

Command>Status>Get Status.

3 In the Connector Status window you can see a readout of all the connector's current

parameters

You ll see things like this:

Status Generated: Wed Mar 07 13:20:09 PST 2007

Memory Usage: 65Mb out of 253MB

Agent Content Version.......................2007-03-01-09-02-05_4793

Agent Type..................................testalertng

Agent Version...............................4.0.2.4793.0

CommandResponses Processed..................1097

Current Max Rate............................22

Event rate LTC..............................Wed Mar 07 13:18:42 PST 2007

Events Processed.............................24003


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balahasan.v1 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: To identify the type of connector

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Hi

Hope this gives the Info:

Getting Status Reports

You can see a SmartConnector's current operational state at any time.

1 Choose the Connectors resource tree in the Navigator panel.

2 In the Connectors resource tree, right-click the SmartConnector, choose Send

Command>Status>Get Status.

3 In the Connector Status window you can see a readout of all the connector's current

parameters

You ll see things like this:

Status Generated: Wed Mar 07 13:20:09 PST 2007

Memory Usage: 65Mb out of 253MB

Agent Content Version.......................2007-03-01-09-02-05_4793

Agent Type..................................testalertng

Agent Version...............................4.0.2.4793.0

CommandResponses Processed..................1097

Current Max Rate............................22

Event rate LTC..............................Wed Mar 07 13:18:42 PST 2007

Events Processed.............................24003


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njanardhanan@ny1 Absent Member.
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Re: To identify the type of connector

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Thankq!! Balahasan

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