Websense kullanıcı lisans durumunu kontrol etme

Versions 6.3, 7.0, 7.1, 7.5, 7.6, and 7.7 (Windows)

  1. At a command prompt in the Websense \bin directory, type:
    • ConsoleClient <Filtering Service IP> 15869
  2. Enter 2 for PrintSelf.
  3. Enter 1 for Dump to Local File.
  4. Enter 3 for the Data Dump Level.
  5. Enter a text file name (example: Seatcount.txt).
  6. Enter 16 for SubscriptionTracker.
  7. Enter Q to quit.
  8. At the DOS prompt, type the text file name (Seatcount.txt) to open the output data file.

Version 6.2 (Windows)

  1. At a command prompt in the Websense \bin directory, type:
    • ConsoleClient <Filtering Service IP> 15869
  2. Enter 2 for PrintSelf.
  3. Enter 1 for Dump to Local File.
  4. Enter 3 for the Data Dump Level.
  5. Enter a text file name (example: Seatcount.txt).
  6. Enter 15 for LicenseTracker.
  7. Enter Q to quit.
  8. At the DOS prompt, open the output data file by typing the text file name Seatcount.txt.

 

Version 6.1 (Windows)

  1. At a command prompt in the Websense \bin directory, type:
    • ConsoleClient <Filtering Service IP> 15869
  2. Enter 2 for PrintSelf.
  3. Enter 1 for Dump to Local File.
  4. Enter 3 for the Data Dump Level.
  5. Enter a text file name (example: Seatcount.txt).
  6. Enter 14 for LicenseTracker.
  7. Enter Q to quit.
  8. At the DOS prompt, type the text file name (Seatcount.txt) to open the output data file.

 

Version 5.5.2 (Windows)

  1. At a command prompt in the Websense \bin directory, type:
    • ConsoleClient <Filtering Service IP> 15869
  2. Enter 2 for PrintSelf.
  3. Enter 1 for Dump to Local File.
  4. Enter 3 for the Data Dump Level.
  5. Enter a text file name (example: Seatcount.txt).
  6. Enter 15 for LicenseTracker.
  7. Enter Q to quit.
  8. At the DOS prompt, type the text file name (Seatcount.txt) to open the output data file.

 

Versions 5.5.0, 5.5.1 (Windows)

  1. At a command prompt in the Websense \bin directory, type:
    •  ConsoleClient <Filtering Service IP> 15869
  2. Enter 2 for PrintSelf.
  3. Enter 1 for Dump to Local File.
  4. Enter 3 for the Data Dump Level.
  5. Enter a text file name (example: Seatcount.txt).
  6. Enter 14 for LicenseTracker.
  7. Enter Q to quit.
  8. At the DOS prompt, open the output data file by typing the text file name Seatcount.txt.

For Linux or Solaris

  1. From the /opt/Websense directory (or other non-default install directory), run the WebsenseTools utility with the-d switch:
    • ./WebsenseTools -d [server IP] [port]
      •  Where server IP is the location of Filtering Service, for example:
    • ./WebsenseTools -d <Filtering Service IP> 15869
  2. Follow the same prompts, detailed in the Windows examples above, as appropriate for your specific version.
  3. Note that the output file (Seatcount.txt) will be created in the /opt/Websense/bin directory.
  4. You can view the contents of Seatcount.txt file by using the more command or by opening it in the vi text editor.

Interpreting the output data

Subscription/License Map size: 5986
  • The current IP address count for today since midnight or the last Filtering Service restart.
Exceeded Subscription/License Map size: 0
  • The number of IP addresses in excess of the subscribed seat count.
Last day map cleared: 2
  • The last day of the week where the license map was cleared.
  •  0= Sun,  1=Mon,  2=Tue,  3=Wed,  4=Thu,  5=Fri,  6=Sat

Last day subscription/license exceeded email: -1

  • -1 indicates this has never happened.
  • 0 indicates the email has been sent out.

Last day subscription/license 90% email: -1

  • -1 indicates this has never happened.
  • 0 indicates the email has been sent out.

Current week user count(max): 5857

  • Maximum (peak) number of users during the current week, where the week starts on Sunday.

Previous week user count(max): 6666

  • Maximum (peak) number of users during the previous week, where the week starts on Sunday.

 

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