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Deep

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Hello,
Is it possible to log each and every request going outside through firewall.

For e.g right now it logs only http rquests and in that it doesnt log exe file downlaods or virus updates.

so is it possible to analyze these things ? basically i want to measure how much bandwidth is used daily.

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Deep
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Deep wrote on Wed, 03 March 2004 06:57

Hello,
Is it possible to log each and every request going outside through firewall.

For e.g right now it logs only http rquests and in that it doesnt log exe file downlaods or virus updates.

so is it possible to analyze these things ? basically i want to measure how much bandwidth is used daily.

Regards
Deep


Can you be more specific?
In the http log is logged every HTTP request handled by firewall's HTTP protocol inspector (include .exe and whatever file).

Every other connection can be logged into connection log, it depends on settings in appropriate traffic rule if the connection should be logged or not.
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oh it showed exe file now..may be there was some error or something from my side.. but its not showing me details for ftp, https and the mails which are being downloaded using outlook on the client machines.

i checked connnection log but its not showing anything there. its just blank.

i checked the file in firewall folder but its 0kb.

any idea about this?

regards
Deep

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Deep wrote on Thu, 04 March 2004 05:50

oh it showed exe file now..may be there was some error or something from my side.. but its not showing me details for ftp, https and the mails which are being downloaded using outlook on the client machines.

i checked connnection log but its not showing anything there. its just blank.

i checked the file in firewall folder but its 0kb.

any idea about this?

regards
Deep



Did you enable connection logging option for the traffic rule with NAT? I guess it isn't checked...

The connection log contains general informations about each connection (source, destination, amount of transfered bytes, packets, duration, etc.) include FTP, HTTP, SMTP traffic.

The http log contains detailed informations about HTTP requests (downloaded or uploaded files).

We are considering more extended logging for FTP, SMTP and POP3 connections for future version.

However, it isn't possible to log more information about HTTPS, POP3S and all connections over SSL than is showed in connection log because those connections are encrypted.

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ok cool i enabled that option..infact it shows HTTPS also Smile
but now how to analyze the log file..
http log was in apache log format so i found log analyzer and was able to findout total downloads in a day but here its different format..

so how to find that out ? and how do it find bytes uploaded and dowloaded ?

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Deep
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