I’ve put together a couple of quick videos to show you how to configure logging on your SonicWALL appliance, and how to import and analyze these log files in WebSpy Vantage.
You can also read through these steps on this page: Analyzing SonicWALL log files with WebSpy.
Creating and Importing SonicWALL log files
Analyzing SonicWALL log files
We intend to make some SonicWALL specific report templates available on our SonicWALL how to page soon.
Until then, feel free to create your own templates, or modify our existing web reports to include the extra goodies contained in the SonicWALL logs.
TIP: To modify an existing web report, right-click the report and choose ‘Duplicate template’. Then choose the “SonicWall Web” schema. You’ll then have a report template that you can modify to include all the SonicWALL summaries, such as Categories, and Source and Destination Interface.
If you need some assistance getting the report(s) you need, feel free to contact me, or email@example.com.
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