With many people now working from home due to COVID-19, reporting on Fortinet FortiGate's VPN activity is top of mind for many overstretched IT teams right now. To help, we've made some additions to Fastvue Reporter for FortiGate to provide better visibility into Fortinet ForitiGate's VPN connections so you can plan for extra capacity, proactively respond to unexpected or excessive invalid login attempts, or simply keep an eye on who is and isn't logging in each day.
We have identified some key configuration options that greatly improves Fortinet FortiGate's logging and reporting, providing better visibility into user internet usage and how your network is operating. Here are the seven most important configuration options you should perform on your FortiGate to improve the detail and visibility of the reports and alerts from Fastvue Reporter for FortiGate.
Fastvue Reporter for FortiGate classifies Fortinet FortiGate's Internet Usage traffic as either Productive, Unproductive, Acceptable and Unacceptable. This enables you to see the FortiGate categories that you've deemed to be Unproductive or Unacceptable that are being allowed through your policies as well as the categories you've deemed to be Productive or Acceptable that are being blocked, potentially getting in the way of people doing their jobs.