Authentication Log in Ezeelogin
What is Authentication log?
- Authentication logs give you a record of authentication-related activities in your Gateway Server.
- It is a component that would help you track which gateway users have accessed the Gateway Server through the GUI and backend.
- Additionally, you would know whether the Gateway access was successful or has ended with some issues while logging in.
- Furthermore, the logs offer insights into the specific two-factor authentication (2FA) methods employed by users to access the Gateway Server.
Client Address in Web refers to the computer that is accessing or communicating with a server.
How do you view the authentication logs from the Ezeelogin GUI?
Login to Ezeelogin GUI -> Users -> Authentication Log -> Find
Refer to sample screenshots and details of the Authentication Log.
1) When a user fails to log in with the incorrect password in GUI.
2) When the user uses the wrong two-factor authentication in GUI.
3) When the user successfully logs in to GUI with the access keyword.
4) When a user fails to login to ezsh with the wrong two-factor authentication.
5) When a user successfully logout from GUI.
6) When a user successfully logout from ezsh.