Are you unable to see logs under Monitor > traffic....?
You may check with below mentioned CLI command, to confirm that the PAN firewall is generating traffic logs:
admin@31-PA-3020> debug log-receiver statistics
Log incoming rate: 2/sec
Log written rate: 2/sec >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Corrupted packets: 0
Corrupted URL packets: 0
Logs discarded (queue full): 0
Traffic logs written: 504023
URL logs written: 2133
Wildfire logs written: 0
Anti-virus logs written: 0
Spyware logs written: 5009
Attack logs written: 0
Vulnerability logs written: 36
Fileext logs written: 69
URL cache age out count: 1826
URL cache full count: 0
URL cache key exist count: 0
Traffic alarms dropped due to sysd write failures: 0
Traffic alarms dropped due to global rate limiting: 0
Traffic alarms dropped due to each source rate limiting: 0
Traffic alarms generated count: 0 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Log Forward count: 0
Log Forward discarded (queue full) count: 0
Log Forward discarded (send error) count: 0
Num current drop entries in trsum:0
Num cumulative drop entries in trsum:0
Num current drop entries in thsum:0
Num cumulative drop entries in thsum:0
External Forwarding stats:
Type Enqueue Count Send Count Drop Count Queue Depth Send Rate(last 1min)
syslog 511369 511368 1 0 0
snmp 0 0 0 0 0
email 0 0 0 0 0
raw 511369 511369 0 0 0
As Hardik said, you need to close the browser or connection to generate traffic logs ( assuming that, you have only enabled "log at session end" on security policy). Otherwise, it will keep the session active till default session timeout value.
Default timeout values are given below:
TCP default timeout: 3600 secs
TCP session timeout before SYN-ACK received: 5 secs
TCP session timeout before 3-way handshaking: 10 secs
TCP session timeout after FIN/RST: 30 secs
UDP default timeout: 30 secs
ICMP default timeout: 6 secs
other IP default timeout: 30 secs
Captive Portal session timeout: 30 secs
Session timeout in discard state:
TCP: 90 secs, UDP: 60 secs, other IP protocols: 60 secs
Hope this helps.
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