We’re pleased to announce the addition of new reporting capabilities for Sophos Central Firewall Reporting (CFR). Customers of CFR Advanced will now see the option to save, schedule and export their favorite reports in Sophos Central, further extending your powerful custom reporting capabilities in the cloud
What’s New and How to Use it:
New options for exporting, scheduling and saving reports are conveniently located on every report screen.
You have complete control over the scheduling frequency, report format, and delivery
We will be covering Central Firewall Reporting in more detail in an upcoming article in our series on Making the Most of XG Firewall v18.
What You Need:
CFR Advanced is a new subscription license that offers additional storage for your Firewall log data for historical reporting, and now adding these additional new features for saving, scheduling and exporting reports.
CFR Advanced subscriptions are on a per-firewall basis, so each firewall you wish to report on in Sophos Central, will require its own CFR Advanced license
CFR Advanced licenses are purchased in 100GB storage quantities. You can use the storage estimation tool (at sophos.com/cfrsizing) to quickly determine the estimated storage required for your particular needs.
New to Sophos Central Reporting:
If you’re new to Sophos Central Reporting, you can try it for free… simply setup your firewalls for Sophos Central management and login to Sophos Central and give it a go.
You can learn more about what’s included with Sophos Central management and reporting on our website or download the PDF brochure. And if you’re new so Sophos XG Firewall, be sure to check out how you can add the best visibility, protection and response to your network.
Thanks for the new features looks excellent so far on XG106. I doubled my ram a while back and that speeded up the whole process a bit.
the new version loads faster but the reports take a longer to initialise, but I suspect that is caused by the poor internet performance I am seeing at the moment. The test speed to the ISP is correct, just pages beyond take a lot longer to load.
Overall, keep up the good work.