Live Session Tracking

Monitoring Internet Browsing Behavior with Precision

Gain insight into users’ internet surfing behavior with meticulous monitoring, enabling informed decisions and enhanced online experiences.

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Online Sessions and History Filtering

  • Online L2/L3 session and history filtering provide administrators with the ability to sift through and analyze network sessions. This feature allows them to examine the details of individual connections, including source and destination addresses, ports, and protocols.
  • With this capability, administrators can track the flow of data across the network, pinpointing any irregularities or suspicious activity. It aids in troubleshooting network issues and ensuring optimal performance.
  • History filtering enables the retrieval of historical data on network sessions, allowing for trend analysis and the identification of usage patterns over time.
  • By understanding the dynamics of network traffic through session and history filtering, organizations can optimize their network resources, enhance security measures, and improve the overall efficiency of their IT infrastructure.

Connected Users and Active Sessions

  • Monitoring connected users and active sessions is essential for real-time network management. This feature provides a live view of the users currently accessing the network and the sessions they have established.
  • It allows administrators to promptly identify and address any network congestion or bottlenecks by tracking the number of active sessions and the associated traffic.
  • Administrators can gain insights into user behavior, such as peak usage times and popular applications, facilitating informed decisions about network optimization.
  • With this information, organizations can better allocate resources, improve network performance, and enhance the quality of service for their users, ensuring a seamless online experience.
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Application Logs

  • Main application logs provide a comprehensive record of all network activities and transactions, offering an invaluable resource for auditing and troubleshooting.
  • These logs capture critical data, such as user logins, session starts and ends, and application usage patterns, enabling thorough analysis of network performance and security incidents.
  • Administrators can use main application logs to detect anomalies, unauthorized access, or potential security breaches in real-time or during post-incident investigations.
  • By regularly reviewing and analyzing these logs, organizations can proactively identify and resolve network issues, maintain compliance with security policies, and strengthen overall network resilience.