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Debug logs

Extended debug logs can be accessed by using your web browser to browse to https://<FortiAuthenticator-IP-Address>/debug.

Service

Select the service whose logs are shown from the dropdown menu:

  • FSSO
  • FSSO (Filtered)
  • FSSO Domain Manager
  • GUI
  • HA
  • LB HA Sync
  • LDAP
  • Push Authentication Service
  • RADIUS Accounting
  • RADIUS Accounting Monitor
  • RADIUS Authentication
  • RADIUS DNS Updates
  • SNMP
  • Syslog SSO
  • Web Server
  • WinAD Monitor
  • CLI Packet Capture (tcpdumpfile)

Note: The CLI Packet Capture (tcpdumpfile) service is only available when the tcpdumpfile command has been entered using SSH or Telnet, or through the CLI Console if a FortiAuthenticator is installed on a FortiHypervisor. For more information, see CLI commands.

Max. log files size

To have access to a longer history of debug log files, a dropdown menu has been added for changing the maximum log file size, up to a maximum of 50 MB. Note that this is available for only certain debug log types.

Enter debug mode If RADIUS Authentication is selected as the service, the option to enter the debug mode is available. See RADIUS debugging.
Search Enter a search term in the search field, then select Search to search the debug logs.
Page navigation Use the First Page, Previous Page, Next Page, and Last Page icons to navigated through the logs.
Show Select the number of lines to show per page from the dropdown menu. The options are: 100 (default), 250, and 500.

RADIUS debugging

RADIUS authentication debugging mode can be accessed to debug RADIUS authentication issues.

From the Service dropdown menu, select RADIUS Authentication and select Enter debug mode from the toolbar.

Enter the username and password and select OK to test the RADIUS authentication and view the authentication response and returned attributes.

Select Exit debug mode to deactivate the debugging mode.

TCP stack hardening

Configure the number of TCP SYNACK retries for the Linux kernel by accessing:

https://<FortiAuthenticator-IP-Address>/debug/tcp_tuning

From here, enter the number of retries between 1 - 255 (default is 3).

Debug logs

Extended debug logs can be accessed by using your web browser to browse to https://<FortiAuthenticator-IP-Address>/debug.

Service

Select the service whose logs are shown from the dropdown menu:

  • FSSO
  • FSSO (Filtered)
  • FSSO Domain Manager
  • GUI
  • HA
  • LB HA Sync
  • LDAP
  • Push Authentication Service
  • RADIUS Accounting
  • RADIUS Accounting Monitor
  • RADIUS Authentication
  • RADIUS DNS Updates
  • SNMP
  • Syslog SSO
  • Web Server
  • WinAD Monitor
  • CLI Packet Capture (tcpdumpfile)

Note: The CLI Packet Capture (tcpdumpfile) service is only available when the tcpdumpfile command has been entered using SSH or Telnet, or through the CLI Console if a FortiAuthenticator is installed on a FortiHypervisor. For more information, see CLI commands.

Max. log files size

To have access to a longer history of debug log files, a dropdown menu has been added for changing the maximum log file size, up to a maximum of 50 MB. Note that this is available for only certain debug log types.

Enter debug mode If RADIUS Authentication is selected as the service, the option to enter the debug mode is available. See RADIUS debugging.
Search Enter a search term in the search field, then select Search to search the debug logs.
Page navigation Use the First Page, Previous Page, Next Page, and Last Page icons to navigated through the logs.
Show Select the number of lines to show per page from the dropdown menu. The options are: 100 (default), 250, and 500.

RADIUS debugging

RADIUS authentication debugging mode can be accessed to debug RADIUS authentication issues.

From the Service dropdown menu, select RADIUS Authentication and select Enter debug mode from the toolbar.

Enter the username and password and select OK to test the RADIUS authentication and view the authentication response and returned attributes.

Select Exit debug mode to deactivate the debugging mode.

TCP stack hardening

Configure the number of TCP SYNACK retries for the Linux kernel by accessing:

https://<FortiAuthenticator-IP-Address>/debug/tcp_tuning

From here, enter the number of retries between 1 - 255 (default is 3).