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Authentication Portal logs / troubleshooting

L3 Networker

I am having difficulty finding logs and other troubleshooting information for Authentication Portal on PAN-OS 10.2.  There are some resources such as this article but it seems to only be useful for older PAN-OS versions where the feature was still called Captive Portal.

If I try to use some of the things that it describes:

> less mp-log appweb3-l3svc.log
/var/log/pan/appweb3-l3svc.log: No such file or directory

>  debug l3svc on debug

use useridd debug for l3svc backend debugging

> show counter global | match session_svc

[nothing]

 

Perhaps a new article "How to Troubleshoot Authentication Portal" should be created.

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L3 Networker

authd.log is potentially a replacement for appweb3-l3svc.log?  I do see some Authentication Portal stuff get logged in there.

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L3 Networker

authd.log is potentially a replacement for appweb3-l3svc.log?  I do see some Authentication Portal stuff get logged in there.

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Cyber Elite

Hi @AaronAxvig ,

 

Monitor > Logs > Authentication will show events related to the Authentication Policy -> https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/10-1/pan-os-admin/monitoring/view-and-manage-logs/log-types....

 

Thanks,

 

Tom

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