VPN-assigned IP reports from EventLog Analyzer
Virtual private networks (VPNs) help enterprises safeguard private resources that might need to be accessed from remote devices. Employees are provided with software that assigns them private IP addresses through which they can access the organization's private networks and the resources within them. A good network security practice is to monitor all the private IP addresses assigned by VPNs.
EventLog Analyzer is a log management tool that doubles as a network security solution. Its log parsing engine has the ability to parse any log data fed into it as long as it's in human-readable format.
VPN logs are a cumulation of all the information related to remote accesses into the network. EventLog Analyzer's reports give you a clear picture of all the users who logged in via a VPN as well as the private IP addresses that were assigned.
Here are a few EventLog Analyzer reports that come in handy for monitoring VPNs:
- Top Private IP Assigned: This report gives you a list of the private IP addresses that are assigned to VPNs most often. You can keep track of these IP addresses, and ensure no malicious activity is being performed in the network.
- VPN IP Assigned: This report gives you a complete list of all the private IP addresses that were assigned to users connecting to the network through VPNs.
- Top IP Assigned Users: This report provides vital information about the users in your network who most often get assigned private IP addresses via VPNs.
- Top Remote IP: This report is a list of the remote IP addresses that connect to the network most often through private IP addresses assigned by VPNs.