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Track Settings

What can I do here?

Use this window to configure Track Settings.

Getting Here

Getting Here - Security Policies > Access Control > Policy > Track Column > More

Tracking Options

Select these options in the Track column of a rule:

Note - When upgrading from R77.xx or from R80 versions to R80.10, there are changes to the behavior of the options in the Track column. To learn more see sk116580.

Advanced Track options

Detailed Log and Extended Log are only available if one or more of these Blades are enabled on the Layer: Applications & URL Filtering, Content Awareness, or Mobile Access.

Log Generation


For each alert option, you can define a script in Menu > Global Properties > Log and Alert > Alerts.

Log Sessions

A session is a user's activity at a specified site or with a specified application. The session starts when a user connects to an application or to a site. The Security Gateway includes all the activity that the user does in the session in one session log (in contrast to the firewall log which shows top sources, destinations, and services).

To search for log sessions:

In the Logs tab of the Logs & Monitor view, search for type:Session

To see details of the log session:

In the Logs tab of the Logs & Monitor view, select a session log.

In the bottom pane of the Logs tab, click the tabs to see details of the session log:

To see the session log for a connection that is part of a session:

  1. In the Logs tab of the Logs & Monitor view, double-click on the log record of a connection that is part of a session.
  2. In the Log Details, click the session icon (in the top-right corner) to search for the session log in a new tab.

To configure the session timeout:

By default, after a session continues for three hours, the Security Gateway starts a new session log. You can change this in SmartConsole from the Manage & Settings view, in Blades > Application and URL Filtering > Advanced Settings > General > Connection unification.