User Guide 27
Seeing Information on Log Servers
The tunnel name, the IP address of the destination IPSec device (a different Firebox, Edge, SOHO,
or SOHO|tc), and the tunnel type. If the tunnel is managed by the Management Server, the IP
address refers to the full remote network address.
The volume of data sent and received on the tunnel in bytes and packets.
The time before the key expires and when the tunnel is created again. This appears as a time limit
or as the volume of bytes. If you use the Management Server to configure a tunnel to expire using
time and volume limits, the two expiration values appear.
Authentication and encryption layers set for the tunnel.
Routing policies for the tunnel.
Mobile user VPN tunnels
After the branch office VPN tunnels list is an entry for Mobile User VPN tunnels. The entry shows the
same information as for Branch Office VPN. This includes the tunnel name, the destination IP address,
and the tunnel type. Packet information, the key expiration date, authentication, and encryption data
also appear.
PPTP user VPN tunnels
For PPTP RUVPN tunnels, the WatchGuard System Manager shows only the quantity of sent and received
packets. The volume of bytes and total volume of bytes are not applicable to PPTP tunnels.
Connection status
The tree view for each device shows a red, yellow, or no exclamation point. The exclamation point shows
whether the WSM is receiving status information from the device. The status descriptions are as follows:
No exclamation point
Usual operation. The device is successfully sending data to WatchGuard System Manager.
Red exclamation point
Problem. The device cannot send or receive traffic with the management station at this time.
Seeing Information on Log Servers
Click the Log tab to see a list of log servers managed by WatchGuard® System Manager. The list of servers
in use is collected from the configuration files of the devices that are monitored. The display also shows
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