Simply add each one as a source in Settings | Sources. You can then report across all Web Filters via the Dashboard, Reports and Alerts features.
If you would like to report or create an alert for single Web Filter, such as a customer's site or branch office, you can apply a filter to your reports and alerts using either the WSA Name or WSA IP fields.
You can easily schedule these reports by clicking the Schedule Report button (next to Run Report) after specifying the filter, and send the scheduled reports to the appropriate people.
To lock down access to just the reports that have been shared, please see our article on setting up Private Report Sharing.
If you would like to deploy Fastvue Reporter for multiple customers using Barracuda Web Filter, please see our article on Deployment for Managed Service Providers.
High Availability Clusters
If you have two or more Barracuda Web Filters for load balancing or fail over purposes, you will still need to add each individual Barracuda Web Filter as a source in Settings | Sources. This is because each Web Filter is handling (or potentially handling) traffic and you need to monitor both to get the full story.
When purchasing Fastvue Reporter for Barracuda Web Filter, ensure you tell us how many Web Filters you intend to monitor. Although the number of Web Filters does not directly affect the pricing, we still need to issue a license key for each Web Filter you intend to add in Settings | Sources.
Issues or Questions?
If you are having issues monitoring multiple Barracuda Web Filter, please go through the checklist for each one, or contact Fastvue Support.