In the device edit section, there is a place to enter the FortiGate user and password.
Why is this item needed?
The OS of FortiAnalyzer is v6.0.8.
If you right click on a device, you can open a connection to the device. That's what you need credentials for. Just for logging you don't need credentials, an acknowledgement will suffice.
Thank you for answering
After setting the user and password, FortiGate now shows unknown logs.
Message meets Alert condition
date =****-**-** time = **: **: ** devname =**** devid = ********** logid = "0100032001" type = "event" subtype = "system" level = "information" vd = "root" eventtime = ********** logdesc = "Admin login successful" sn = "**********" user = "admin" ui = "https (127.0.0.1)" method = "https" srcip = 127.0.0.1 dstip = 127.0.0.1 action = "login" status = "success" reason = "none" profile = "super_admin" msg = "Administrator admin logged in successfully from https (127.0.0.1)"
Login from loopback address
Is this because FortiAnalyzer is automatically trying to log in using the user and password I set?
Why does it behave like this?
we have some response for this "anomaly"?
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