Select and Sort Columns on Servers Page


On the Servers page, you can select which columns display, then sort the columns to display data in the order you prefer.

Select Columns to Display

  1. Log into F5 Distributed Cloud App Infrastructure Protection (AIP).
  2. In the left navigation pane, click Servers. The Servers page displays.


  3. Click the Edit Columns button. The Edit Columns dialog opens.


  4. Check the check box next to each column of information you want to see.
    • Server Name – The name of the server. By default, this check box cannot be unselected.
    • Vulnerabilities – The number of High, Medium, and Low vulnerabilities found on the server.
    • Notices – Whether or not any security notices are available for the server. The notices are pulled from [source] 
    • Instance Id – The unique identity of the server, as assigned by your cloud provider.
    • Region – The AWS region in which the server operates.
    • Instance Type – The AWS combination of CPU, memory, storage, and networking capacity your server uses.
    • Key Pair – The AWS EC2 key pair used by the server.
    • IPs – The source (internal) and distribution (external) IP addresses used by the server.
    • Uptime – The amount of time, in days, the server has continuously had an active Agent installed and running.
    • Last Seen – The date and time at which the Agent last sent a message from the server.
    • Cloud Provider – The cloud infrastructure used by the server, such as AWS, Azure, etc.
    • Agent Info – The version of the Distributed Cloud AIP Agent installed on the server and the server's distribution or operating system (OS).
    • Image Id – The unique identity of the AWS Amazon Machine Image (AMI) on the server.
    • AWS Integration – The name of the AWS EC2 integration running on the server.
    • Agent Health – The health status of the Agent and its services. Options are a green check mark (the Agent and its services are running); a red exclamation mark (the Agent and its services are not running or not configured); or "Not Supported", which means the Agent is not a Linux Agent version 2.3.4 or newer.
    • Agent Type – The type of Agent installed on the server, such as a host, Kubernetes, etc. 
  5. Click the Save button. The Edit Columns dialog closes, and the Servers page displays the selected columns.

Sort Columns

You can only sort by one column at a time.

  1. Log into Distributed Cloud AIP.
  2. In the left navigation pane, click Servers. The Servers page displays.


  3. Click the column header you want to sort. The column sorts by ascending order. Click the column a second time to sort by descending order.

Additional Information

Learn about the Servers Page.

Learn about Agent Health Status.

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