About the Firewall Events Page
To access this page, click Monitor > Security Events > Firewall.
Use the Firewall Events page to view information about security events based on firewall policies. Analyzing firewall logs yields useful security management information, such as attempts to breach your network and observing the inherent characteristics of your traffic in real-time. Using the time-range slider, you can quickly focus on the area of activity that you are most interested in. Once the time range is selected, all of the data presented in your view is refreshed automatically. You can also use the Custom button to set a custom time range.
There are two ways to view your data. You can select either the Summary View tab or the Detail View tab.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from this page:
View a brief summary of all the firewall events in your network. See Summary View
View the comprehensive details of events in a tabular format that includes sortable columns. See Detail View.
The data presented in the line graph (also known as swim lanes) is refreshed automatically based on the selected time range. The line graph shows light blue lanes that represent all firewall events and dark blue lanes represent blocked firewall events.
Below the swim lanes are widgets displaying critical information such as top sources, top destinations, top users, and top reporting devices.
Table 1 describes the widgets on the Summary View page.
Table 1: Widgets on the Summary View Page
View the top source IP addresses of the network traffic; sorted by event count.
View the top destination IP addresses of the network traffic; sorted by event count.
View then top users of the network traffic; sorted by event count.
Top Reporting Devices
View the top reporting devices in the network; sorted by event count.
Detail view includes information such as the rule that caused the event, severity for the event, event ID, traffic information, and how and when the event was detected
Table 2 provides guidelines on using the fields on the Detail View page.
Table 2: Fields on the Detail View Page
View the time when the log was received.
View the event name of the log.
View the source country name from where the event originated.
View the source IP address from where the event occurred.
View the destination country name from where the event occurred.
View the destination IP address of the event.
View the source port of the event.
View the destination port of the event.
View the description of the log.
View the policy name in the log.
View the username of the log.
View the action taken for the event: warning, allow, and block.
View the IP address of the log source (IPv4 or IPv6).
View the application name from which the events or logs are generated.
View the hostname in the log.
The name of the application service. For example, FTP, HTTP, SSH, and so on.
View the nested application in the log.
View the user traffic received from the zone.
View the destination zone of the log.
View the protocol ID in the log.
View the role names associated with the event.
NAT Source Port
View the translated source port.
NAT Destination Port
View the translated destination port.
NAT Source Rule Name
View the NAT source rule name.
NAT Destination Rule Name
View the NAT destination rule name.
NAT Source IP
View the translated (or natted) source IP address. It can contain IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.
NAT Destination IP
View the translated (also called natted) destination IP address.
Traffic Session ID
View the traffic session ID of the log.
View the rule name of the log.