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Search for FortiGate VPN authentication event details

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Created by Abdul.Aziz, last modified by Abdul.Aziz on Jun 15, 2017

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Updated May 11, 2017

Overview

This article describes how to perform an nDepth search to find FortiGate VPN session events in LEM.

Environment

  • All LEM versions
  • FortiGate 500D

Steps

  1. Verify that the FortiGate 500D appliance is configured to log VPN session events. See VPN event logs for instructions. 
    Note: Check the FortiGate Log Message Reference to get the event logs you are looking for.
    (© 2017 Fortinet, Inc., available at help.fortinet.com/, obtained on May 10, 2017.)
  2. Perform the following nDepth search to get the login and logout message details for the VPN session:
    VPNConnection.ProviderSID = 23101 And VPNConnection.ProviderSID = 23102
  3. Perform the following nDepth search to get the user details:
    NetworkIncident.ToolAlias= *Fortigate* and NetworkIncident.ExtraneousInfo = *VPNGroupName*

 

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