Monitor your network

There are multiple ways to monitor your network to see what is happening. In this section we will explain the different ways and areas to check,


Network traffic
To see how much network traffic is being sent by which devices on the network, navigate to Network and then click LAN.
Scroll down the Device Network Traffic card to see how much traffic has beent sent by which devices and how long ago.
Firewall Network States
To see which connections are currently active on the network, navigate to Firewall and then click Monitor.
The table presents you with the source device, source port, destination IP, destination port, protocol and the state of the connection.
The action column allows you to quickly insert outgoing block rules using the block icon.
A state of ESTABLISHED:ESTABLISHED means a full bi-directional connection is setup between those to devices.
Firewall Logs
To see what connections have been passed or blocked, navigate to Firewall and then click Logs.
The table presents you with a timestamp, pass or block, source device, source port, destination IP, destination port and country of the destination IP if possible.
The action column allows you to quickly insert outgoing block rules using the block icon. Not all log records allow for block rule to be created for it, which explains why some don't have a block option.


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