Cisco Bug: CSCvu05055 - Need an option in Custom Filter to create top 30 websites with highest traffic for each user.
May 05, 2020
- Cisco Web Security Appliance
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Symptom: The customer needs an option to sort the output of the report using a 1-st column (user_id), then the output for the same user sort descending on the 4-th column (sum of bytes_in). Then limit the list for each user showing only the first 30 rows. The current latest version 7.5 does not support sorting by multiple columns with priority. Conditions: For example, if user USER_1 has 20 rows in the output (after sorting by user_id). The customer needs only the top 5 of the website, which have the highest "Sum of bytes_in". So, the next step should be the second sorting of this output by descending "Sum of bytes_in". - Keeping the first sorting by user_id as a priority, And then for the same user_id do the sort by "Sum of bytes_in". When this will be done, then limit the output for each user having only the 5 top highest traffic. The problem is when you click the sort of "Sum of bytes_in", the output will not differentiate user_id and will sort the top traffic for all users.
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