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Step 3: R3000 Configuration

If you are using 8e6’s R3000 for your Web-accesslogging device, this step can be performed any time during ER setup, but must be completed in order for the ER to receive logs from the R3000.

A.Access the Administrator console of the R3000.

B.Choose the Reporting button at the top of the screen to display the Reporting section of the Administrator console.

C.From the navigation panel at the left of the screen, choose Report Configuration to display the Report Configuration window.

D.Select 8e6 Enterprise Reporter, and then click Save.

E.On the 8e6 Enterprise Reporter tab, in the Server field, enter the LAN 1 IP address you assigned to your ER (Step 1A: Quick Start menu: administration menu, or Step 1B, Network Setup: Network Settings, item “C”).

F.Click Add to include this IP address in the Remote Server list box. Your R3000 is now set to transfer its log files to your ER via HTTPS.

NOTE: It is recommended you wait for 1 - 2 hours after the initial installation so sufficient data is available for viewing.

You can see if log files have transferred by accessing the ER’s Administrator console and choosing Tools from the Databasepull-downmenu to display the Tools screen. Choose theFile Watch Log and clickView. The transfer is working if you see an entry that includes the date, time, and IMPORTING: shadow.log.machine1. The transfer should occur every hour. Once you see an entry, reporting information will be available one hour after the timestamp of the import listing.

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Step 4: Client Workstation Configuration

Once your ER is installed, you need to be sure the workstation that will run the client has the following minimum requirements:

Pentium III class processor or greater

512 MB RAM minimum, 1 GB RAM recommended

1,024 x 768 display

2 GB free hard drive space

Windows 2000 or XP, or Macintosh OS X operating system

Internet Explorer Version 6.0 or later

Pop-upblocking software disabled, if installed

High-speedconnection to ER server

Go to the ER server and apply the latest software to the server, following the procedures documented in the Software Update screen sub-sectionof the ER Administrator User Guide. TheCD-ROMsupplied with the ER contains the ER Administrator User Guide, the latest version which can be downloaded from our Web site at:http://www.8e6.com/ docs/er5server.pdf.

NOTE: TheCD-ROMsupplied with the ER contains the ER Web Client User Guide, the latest version which can be downloaded from our Web site at:http:// www.8e6.com/docs/er5_wclient.pdf.

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Step 5: Launch the ER Client

A.Launch IE, enter http://x.x.x.x:8080 orhttps://x.x.x.x:8443 in the address window (in which “x.x.x.x” represents the IP address of the ER server), and then clickGo to access the login window of the ER client.

B.Enter your Username andPassword, and then clickLOGIN to access the main screen of the client:

NOTE: If you do not have your own Username and Password set up in the ER client, the default Username ismanager and the default Password is8e6ReporT.

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C.In the navigation panel, select Settings, and then chooseUser Permissions from the menu:

D. Click Add User to open the Enter User Permissions dialog box:

E.Enter the Username.

F.Enter the Password, and Confirm Password.

G.Select the User Type (“Admin” or“Sub-Admin”).

H.Click Save to close the dialog box, and to add the username to the user list.

I.Exit the client. You can now launch the client and enter the password you just set up.

NOTE: For instructions on logging into the client after initial set up, refer to the ER Web Client User Guide.

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