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Web filter statistics

FortiOS provides diagnostics commands to view web filter statistics reports, which are either proxy-based or flow-based. The commands are available in both VDOM and global command lines.

Proxy-based web filter statistics report

Use the diagnose wad filter vd {<VDOM> | global} command to filter for per-VDOM or global statistics reports.

In the following example, there are two VDOMs (root and vdom1) using proxy-based policies that have web filter profiles enabled.

To view per-VDOM statistics reports:
(global) # diagnose wad filter vd root 
Drop_unknown_session is enabled.
(global) # diagnose wad stats filter list
filtering of vdom root
  dlp          = 0
  content-type = 0 
  urls:
    examined = 6
    allowed = 3
    blocked = 0
    logged = 0
    overridden = 0
(global) # diagnose wad filter vd vdom1
(global) # diagnose wad stats filter list
filtering of vdom vdom1
  dlp          = 0
  content-type = 0
  urls:
    examined = 13
    allowed = 2
    blocked = 9
    logged = 8
    overridden = 0
(global) # diagnose wad filter vd ALL 
(global) # diagnose wad stats filter list
filtering of all accessible vdoms
  dlp          = 0
  content-type = 0
  urls:
    examined = 19
    allowed = 5
    blocked = 9
    logged = 8
    overridden = 0

Flow-based web filter statistics report

Use the diagnose webfilter stats list {<VDOM> | global} command to check the flow-based web filter statistics.

In the following example, the VDOM is using flow-based policies that have web filter profiles enabled.

To view web filter statistics:
# diagnose webfilter stats list root
Proxy/flow URL filter stats:
request:   9474
blocked:   8606
allowed:   868
overridden:0
logged:    8606
pending:   0

Web filter statistics

FortiOS provides diagnostics commands to view web filter statistics reports, which are either proxy-based or flow-based. The commands are available in both VDOM and global command lines.

Proxy-based web filter statistics report

Use the diagnose wad filter vd {<VDOM> | global} command to filter for per-VDOM or global statistics reports.

In the following example, there are two VDOMs (root and vdom1) using proxy-based policies that have web filter profiles enabled.

To view per-VDOM statistics reports:
(global) # diagnose wad filter vd root 
Drop_unknown_session is enabled.
(global) # diagnose wad stats filter list
filtering of vdom root
  dlp          = 0
  content-type = 0 
  urls:
    examined = 6
    allowed = 3
    blocked = 0
    logged = 0
    overridden = 0
(global) # diagnose wad filter vd vdom1
(global) # diagnose wad stats filter list
filtering of vdom vdom1
  dlp          = 0
  content-type = 0
  urls:
    examined = 13
    allowed = 2
    blocked = 9
    logged = 8
    overridden = 0
(global) # diagnose wad filter vd ALL 
(global) # diagnose wad stats filter list
filtering of all accessible vdoms
  dlp          = 0
  content-type = 0
  urls:
    examined = 19
    allowed = 5
    blocked = 9
    logged = 8
    overridden = 0

Flow-based web filter statistics report

Use the diagnose webfilter stats list {<VDOM> | global} command to check the flow-based web filter statistics.

In the following example, the VDOM is using flow-based policies that have web filter profiles enabled.

To view web filter statistics:
# diagnose webfilter stats list root
Proxy/flow URL filter stats:
request:   9474
blocked:   8606
allowed:   868
overridden:0
logged:    8606
pending:   0