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How to Use Access Logs

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.

Note :The Glossary contains explanations on multiple topics and can be consulted to clarify certain terms.


Enter the following address in your web browserhttps://mg.n0c.com/en/.

How to Open to the Interface

In the sidebar menu, select Domains -> Access Log.

How to Perform Queries to Display the Access Log

Fill in the following fields:

  1. Choose the Domain where the query is to be performed.
  2. Provide the Numbers of entries.
  3. Using the drop-down list, filter by HTTP Response code.
  4. Using the drop-down list, provide the Query Fields to search on.
  5. Limit the query to a particular Date range (format: YYYY-MM-DD – YYYY-MM-DD).
  6. Using wildcards as needed, state in the Query arguments what you want to search for.
  7. Click on the Search button.
  8. 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:

IPThe source IP address.
URLThe part after the domain name.
RÉPONSEThe code HTTP of the response.
TAILLEThe size of the query in bytes.
DATEThe exact day and hour of the query.

Queries Detailed Results

You have to click on the query to see more informations:

Type of resultsDefinition 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 InformationIP Client: The source IP address.
Device: The device used.
Navigator: The browser used.
OS: The operating system used.
GeolocationCountry: 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.

Access logs are provided in near-real time. There may be a delay of a few minutes in processing the data before it is displayed.
The calculation of unique visitors depends on the display period chosen. Currently, if a 30-day period is chosen, for example, a unique IP address will be counted once every 24 hours. For a 24-hour period, a unique IP address will be counted once every hour.

Updated on February 22, 2024

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