Management

VPN Plus Server provides the network administrator with various management settings and traffic charts to monitor and protect network security.

Overview

You can view real-time network traffic of all and individual VPN services.

  1. Click Overview on the left panel.
  2. In the line chart, you can find sent/received network traffic in the latest 2 hours. To see traffic at a specific time point, click on the chart.
  3. In the blocks, you can find sent/received network traffic and connection count of each VPN service.

Permission

You can define local and LDAP user/group permissions to specific VPN services, limit VPN connection speed, and block VPN access to IP addresses.

To define user/group access to VPN services:

  1. Click Permission on the left panel, and go to Services.
  2. Select VPN services by user/group to grant usage permissions.
  3. Click Apply.

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To set up speed limit policies:

  1. Click Permission on the left panel, and go to Speed Limit.
  2. Manage speed limit policies in ways below:

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To set up blocking policies:

  1. Click Permission on the left panel, and go to Block List.
  2. Manage blocking policies in ways below:

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Object

Network objects (e.g., subnets or IP ranges) are configurable network items that you can repeatedly apply for quick VPN configuration.

To manage network objects:

  1. Click Object on the left panel, and go to Address Pool.
  2. Follow the steps below to manage network objects:

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Connection

You can view general trends of VPN connections, and monitor active connections to stop undesired ones.

To view connection history:

  1. Click Connection on the left panel, and go to History.
  2. You can find connection counts in the line chart:
  3. You can find connection information by user in the list. For more details, select a connection and click Details.

To view current connections:

  1. Click Connection on the left panel, and go to Online.
  2. In the list, you can find standard VPN, Synology SSL VPN, WebVPN, and Remote Desktop connections running through the $_DSPRODUCTNAME_$.
  3. To stop an undesired connection, select the connection and click Disconnect.

To view WebVPN connections:

  1. Click Connection on the left panel, and go to WebVPN Monitor.
  2. In the list, you can find what users and how many WebVPN connections are accessing a specific domain/website.

Log

You can view records of system managements and connection activities for troubleshooting, and limit log storage for suitable space usage.

To view administrator's managements:

  1. Click Log on the left panel, and go to Management.
  2. In the list, you can find setting changes performed by the network administrator.

To view users' connection activities:

  1. Click Log on the left panel, and go to User.
  2. In the list, you can find all users' connections records and relevant information.

To manage log settings:

  1. Click Log on the left panel, and go to Log Settings.
  2. Manage logs in ways below:

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