Security Proxy Server Reports

To view a Security Proxy Server Report, you must first install and configure at least one Security Proxy server -- and be sure the activation file is installed, as described in Product Activation.

After you install the Security Proxy server, configure sessions to use the Security Proxy.

To view a report of the Security Proxy server activity:

  1. Select a Report Type

  2. Select a Security proxy server

  3. Click SHOW REPORT.

Report types:


See the Security Proxy Server technical reference for instructions to set and view Security Proxy logs.

Current user activity

This report shows the date and time the report was created and the total number of current connections. The default view shows these results:

  • Start Time: The time the session connected.
  • Accepted At: The proxy IP address and port number on which the connection was accepted.
  • Source: When Resolve client machine DNS name is off (the default), this column shows the client's IP address and port number. When client name resolution is on, the client's DNS name and port are displayed.
  • Destination: When Resolve remote host DNS name is on (the default), this column shows the destination host's DNS name and port number. When host name resolution is off, the host's IP address and port are displayed.
  • Authorization: The user or group ID under which the connection was authorized and the web server which authorized the user or group. The format is <distinguished name>/<web server name>.

    For example, if the access control model is None (end users log on as guest) and the server name is "hostname.example," the Authorization column displays rwebgroup=guest/

Use the Column Chooser Column chooser to view more results:

  • ID: The connection identification code. A code is assigned to each active connection at the time the connection is made. The code is constructed from the proxy instance number (p), the thread number (t), the connection number (c), and for FTP connections the session number (s). For example, a code for an FTP connection might be p1t52c8s8: proxy instance 1, thread 52, connection 8, session 8.

  • Client In: The total number of bytes read from the host during this connection.

  • Server Out: The total number of bytes written to the host during this connection.

  • Security: The TLS version and the cipher suite.

  • Protocol: The protocol (Emulation, FTP, or Pass Through) used in the connection. For FTP connections, the column also shows whether the control channel or active data transfer was involved.

Connections per proxy server

This report shows the total current connections of all security proxy servers.

  • Security proxy address: The security proxy server and its associated port.

  • Security proxy current connections: Tthe count of current connections for that server.


A single FTP session connecting through a security proxy server produces a count of three separate connections.