You can configure various aspects of VMware Aria Operations for Networks from the Settings page. What to read next Create a Support BundleYou can create a support bundle that collects diagnostic information such as product-specific logs, configuration files of your setup. When you raise a support request, VMware Technical Support uses this information to troubleshoot your setup issues. Enabling the Support Tunnel The support tunnel allows VMware to remotely connect to your platform and collector VMs on the SSL secured connection for advanced troubleshooting or debugging. Viewing System HealthIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can view the health status of your system. The health of your system is determined by process lag, indexer lag, and grid usage. Understanding Capacity for Collector and Platform LoadVMware Aria Operations for Networks provides the approximate capacity and load information of a collector node and a platform. This limits-based information helps you to prevent the performance and experience issues later. View Collector DetailsIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can view the details of each collector node. Configure Data Retention IntervalIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can specify the duration for which you want to retain your data. Configuring IP Properties and SubnetsIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can configure different IP properties for better security planning and identification. Configuring Alerts and NotificationsIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can configure various types of alerts and notifications. VMware Aria Operations for Networks creates an alert whenever the system meets a preset rule. Configuring LogsIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can view and configure different types of logs. Configuring Web ProxiesIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can configure web proxies to connect to other entities (data sources, cloud service platforms, and so on) when the connection is made over the Internet. Configure Auto-Refresh IntervalIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can configure auto-refresh interval for entity pages and dashboards. Enabling Support for IPv6 Flow ProcessingVMware Aria Operations for Networks collects and processes IPv6 flows from VMware vCenter and VMware NSX-T data sources. Configure User Session TimeoutBy default, the user session timeout is set to 15 minutes. You can modify this value according to your preference. VMware Aria Operations for Networks and FIPSIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can use FIPS validated cryptographic modules for internal and external connections. Configure Security Certificate ValidationWhen you add a data source, or configure LDAP and VMware Identity Manager (vIDM) in VMware Aria Operations for Networks, all the certificates related to that data source, LDAP, or vIDM are validated. In VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can configure how you want to validate and accept the certificates. Configure FederationIn VMware Aria Operations for Networks, you can use Federation to get an application centric network health and performance overview of multiple VMware Aria Operations (SaaS) instances. Configure Login BannersYou can configure Login Banners in VMware Aria Operations for Networks to display any text, or you can require that the user click a check box, for example, to indicate that they accept terms and conditions. You can enable and deactivate the login banners, and you can require that users click an explicit consent check box.