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MX box -how to check user internet surfing history

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MX box -how to check user internet surfing history

Dear community ,,

 

how to check user internet surfing history ? in Dashboard ? 

 

if yes then how many days record meraki store in dashboard ???

 

Thanks.

keval parsaniya
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Re: MX box -how to check user internet surfing history

If you need logs in detail you need to use something like syslog and either setup your own syslog server (the free ones on Ubuntu are great) or use a commercial syslog server.

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/zGeneral_Administration/Monitoring_and_Reporting/Syslog_Server_Over... 

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Re: MX box -how to check user internet surfing history

Try going:

Network-Wide/Clients/<click on the client>/

Click on "Show Details" under the pie chart on the far right hand side.

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Re: MX box -how to check user internet surfing history

HI PhilipDAth,,

 

Thanks for reply . 

 

but this logs are shown only destination sites like 3GB usage of Facebook using by the user .

 

but due to some compliance my client required in details logs in terms of which site they have open and which time they opened up as well. 

 

also there is no time frame is showing so how many days data showing by dashboard that are also not visible. 

keval parsaniya
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Re: MX box -how to check user internet surfing history

If you need logs in detail you need to use something like syslog and either setup your own syslog server (the free ones on Ubuntu are great) or use a commercial syslog server.

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/zGeneral_Administration/Monitoring_and_Reporting/Syslog_Server_Over... 

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Re: MX box -how to check user internet surfing history

https://www.graylog.org/ is a great example, especially when running their Meraki content packs.

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