Example : If your security zone to which GP belongs to is 'GP_VPN' , you can build a query builder for that zone in custom reports.
Hope that helps!
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You can create this report under GUI Monitor > Manage Custom Reports.
Database- Traffic summary
Time Frame: as required
Selected columns: Add Source zone ( tunnel zone), Destination zone, (other required parameter want to be displayed in the report)
>> Click into "run now" and save it as PDF/CSV/XML.
Very helpful I have a security zone call globalprotect but it showing users that don't have the access is there any way to narrow down the focus. I only want to too people trying to access from external not internal
Would it be the destination zone not the source zone since they are connection from outside the network, from home or somewhere since they are using global protect
It would be the source zone of global protect's tunnel interface. Its a good practice to have global protect in a separate zone not interfering with your trust/untrust. In case this zone is also used by another interface, then you will see more traffic not just the one coming from gp but from outside as well.
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