The “Access Log” section allows you to view in real time or as a history the entire activity of your domains. All requests and visits to your domain names are visible including, but not limited to: IP addresses, URL, URI, HTTP response code, request size and country.
How to Open to the Interface
Click on Domains > Access Logs :
How to Perform Queries to Display the Access Log
Fill in the following fields:
- Choose the Domain where the query is to be performed.
- Provide the Numbers of entries.
- Using the drop-down list, filter by HTTP Response code.
- Using the drop-down list, provide the Query Fields to search on.
- Limit the query to a particular Date range (format: YYYY-MM-DD – YYYY-MM-DD).
- Using wildcards as needed, state in the Query arguments what you want to search for.
- Click on the Search button.
- The Results are displayed at the bottom of the screen :
A request comes directly from the http server on port 80 or 443 and is structured with the following fields:
|IP||The source IP address.|
|URL||The part after the domain name.|
|RÉPONSE||The code HTTP of the response.|
|TAILLE||The size of the query in bytes.|
|DATE||The exact day and hour of the query.|
Queries Detailed Results
You have to click on the query to see more informations:
|Type of results||Definition of results|
|Request Info||– Host: The domain on which the request is made.|
– Http version: The version of the HTTP protocol used for the request.
– Port: The port of the web server from which the request originated.
– Cut: The size of the request (in bytes).
– Referent: Indicates if the request has a referent.
– Authentification: Indicates if the request is made via HTTP authentication.
– Identification: The identification of the request if applicable.
|User Information||– IP Client: The source IP address.|
– Device: The device used.
– Navigator: The browser used.
– OS: The operating system used.
|Geolocation||– Country: The country from which the request originates.|
– City: The city from which the query originates.
– Postal code: The postal code from which the query originated.
– Latitude: The latitude where the query was made.
– Region: The region where the query was made.
– Country code: Simplified country code (ISO) where the query was made.
– Time zone: The time zone of the sender of the query.
– Longitude: Longitude where the query was made.