Router log analysis
Routers are the building blocks of any computer network, directing the flow of traffic in your network. You need to ensure your routers are configured and working correctly in order to keep your network secure.
Syslog data from your routers contains valuable information, giving you a clear picture of activity in your network. Router syslog auditing has several applications, such as monitoring internet activity of your employees, aiding forensic investigations, and router attack detection. But monitoring router activity can be challenging because of the massive amounts of network traffic that passes through them on a daily basis. Most events occur every day, so it can be hard to identify anomalous events that actually threaten your network security. EventLog Analyzer makes router log monitoring and analysis simple, quick and convenient.
Router log auditing with EventLog Analyzer
EventLog Analyzer provides out-of-the-box support for routers and other network devices. It scans your network and discovers routers and other syslog devices that can be added for auditing. EventLog Analyzer's predefined router log reports give you insights into network activity, while its real-time alerts help you detect suspicious activity instantly.
With EventLog Analyzer, you can track admin logons and the router configuration changes made by those admins. The router configuration reports ensure that all the changes made to your network's configuration are authorized and don't create any loopholes in your network security. You can track link states to keep tabs on whether they are up or down and also audit router errors to minimize network downtime.
Router logs contain information on the traffic that has passed through your network. So, when something goes wrong, they and other network device logs play a crucial role in conducting a forensic investigation. EventLog Analyzer lets you backtrack security incidents with its powerful log search engine to find out exactly what happened.
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