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ILV Reporter Support

Here are some informations and screenshots for ILV Reporter.

If you have any further questions please contact our support at :

 support@Scout-Soft.com

 

Installation and usage of ILV Reported is pretty easy:

After you have downloaded the ZIP file simply unpack it to a directory on a PC where IAS Logviewer is installed.

Then start the program (ILVReporter.exe) and you will see the following screen:

 

Main screen:

What' next:

Before you can use the features of ILV Reporter you must import some data.

First you need to set the timerange for which you want to analyze the logdata.

With a rightclick you can select some predefined date ranges:

Then you must enter the path for IAS Logviewer executable and the path of the IAS RADIUS logfiles:

In the section "path to iasviewer.exe" you enter the path to the IAS Logviewer exe, eg. c:\program files\ias logvievwer\iasviever.exe

In the section "path to logfiles" you enter the path to the IAS RADIUS logfiles, eg. d:\logs  (UNC paths are allowed)

 

Click "Import Data to Reporter" and the import process will start.

 

After the import of the data has finished you can set filters for:

  • Username

  • Connect result

  • connect request

 

 

 

 

Next you can select one of the tabs and click the "Show" button to display the data.

 

 

In general you have the following options on each tab:

  • by clicking a column header you can sort the data for each tab

  • rows with a "+" symbol can be expanded by clicking on the "+" symbol.

  • a chart can be created by right clicking into the grid and select "Show chart" (only for "concurrent connects" and "by timeslot" tab)

  • a chart can be printed by right clicking into the chart and select "Print chart"

The tabs and its functions:

 

The tab "Connections" shows each connection with its specific data like username, duration,  traffic and connect result.

Also you will get some summary information like number of connects, unique users, traffic in, traffic out and connection duration.

 

In the example below there have been 735 connects by 395 unique users. 348 MB were inbound traffic, 196 MB outbound traffic.

 

The tab "by user" shows sumarized connection data per user. By clicking on the "+"symbol you can drill down to detail information:

 

The tab "concurrent connects" shows the number of concurrent connects for a point of time:

With a right-click into the grid you can create a chart

 

The chart will look like this:

On the x-axis you see the number of the timestamp (DateTime), so DateTime #10 is row 10 of the grid

You can move the slider "increase for sensitivity" to increase the size of the peaks (dots).

You can move the mouse over a peak to get a tooltip with its values. See screenshot :

 

 

 

The tab "By timeslot" shows the traffic and number of connects for a timeslot (periode of time: StartTime/EndTime).

With a click on the + symbol you get a list with all single connects for that timeslot:

With a right-click into the grid you can create a chart

 

The chart will look like this:

2 curves are displayed: One for "Bytes In" and one for "Bytes out".

On the x-axis you see the number of the timeslot, so timeslot  10 is row 10 of the grid

You can move the slider "increase for sensitivity" to increase the size of the peaks (dots).

You can move the mouse over a peak to get a tooltip with its values. See screenshot :

 

 

 

With a right click into the chart you can print the chart or save it to clipboard:

 

 

The tab "suspicious connects" shows incorrect connections attempts.

These connects may be users with wrong, expired or disabled passwords or attempts to guess passwords....

Also a connection time with for example more than 4000 seconds may indicate a problem (eg no auto disconnect....)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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