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Dashboard

By default, the Dashboard page opens upon log-in. During a section, you can navigate to this page from any of the other pages by clicking Dashboard on the main menu.

Note

Starting with its 21.2.d release, FortiToken Cloud has introduced a time-based annual subscription model which will eventually replace its credit-based subscription model.

If you are a customer of a credit-based subscription, you can continue using your existing subscription until it expires. You can then decide whether you want to continue your FTC service by purchasing a time-based subscription.

The content of the Dashboard varies, depending on the type of license you are using.

If you are using a legacy credit-based license, you'll see:

  • Current Month Usage — The number of credits that has been used for the current month.

  • Current BalanceThe current credit balance (number of credits remaining).

  • FortiProducts —The number of Fortinet products as auth clients.

  • Web Apps — The number of Web apps as auth clients.

  • Users — The number of FTC end-users.

  • Realms — The number of realms.

  • Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

If you are using a time-based license, you'll see:

  • FortiProducts — The number of FortiProducts as auth clients in your account.

  • Web Apps/Max Webb Apps —The current number of Web apps as auth clients in your account and the maximum number of Web apps that your license can support.

  • Users/Max Users — The current number of users in your account and the maximum number of users that your license can support.

  • Realms/Max Realms — The current number of realms in your account vs. the maximum number of realms that your license can support,

  • Remaining SMS — The number of SMS messages available for use.

  • Expiration Date — The date when your current license expires.

  • Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

This section of the Dashboard shows the 10 most recent authentication attempts over the past 30 days, with the following information about each log:

Column

Description

Timestamp

The date and time of the authentication event.

Note: FTC captures the time of the event in UTC time, and then converts it to the client browser's local time which is the time shown in the timestamp.

Username

The username of the FTC end-user who requested authentication.

Auth Client

The authentication client that made the request.

Action

The type of authentication action.

Result

The outcome of an authentication request, which can be either of the following:

  • Success
  • Failed

Message

A system-generated message about the authentication request.

FTC extracts the aforementioned data from its Authentication logs. You can sort the logs by clicking the column headers (except for the Result column) of the table.

Dashboard

By default, the Dashboard page opens upon log-in. During a section, you can navigate to this page from any of the other pages by clicking Dashboard on the main menu.

Note

Starting with its 21.2.d release, FortiToken Cloud has introduced a time-based annual subscription model which will eventually replace its credit-based subscription model.

If you are a customer of a credit-based subscription, you can continue using your existing subscription until it expires. You can then decide whether you want to continue your FTC service by purchasing a time-based subscription.

The content of the Dashboard varies, depending on the type of license you are using.

If you are using a legacy credit-based license, you'll see:

  • Current Month Usage — The number of credits that has been used for the current month.

  • Current BalanceThe current credit balance (number of credits remaining).

  • FortiProducts —The number of Fortinet products as auth clients.

  • Web Apps — The number of Web apps as auth clients.

  • Users — The number of FTC end-users.

  • Realms — The number of realms.

  • Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

If you are using a time-based license, you'll see:

  • FortiProducts — The number of FortiProducts as auth clients in your account.

  • Web Apps/Max Webb Apps —The current number of Web apps as auth clients in your account and the maximum number of Web apps that your license can support.

  • Users/Max Users — The current number of users in your account and the maximum number of users that your license can support.

  • Realms/Max Realms — The current number of realms in your account vs. the maximum number of realms that your license can support,

  • Remaining SMS — The number of SMS messages available for use.

  • Expiration Date — The date when your current license expires.

  • Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

This section of the Dashboard shows the 10 most recent authentication attempts over the past 30 days, with the following information about each log:

Column

Description

Timestamp

The date and time of the authentication event.

Note: FTC captures the time of the event in UTC time, and then converts it to the client browser's local time which is the time shown in the timestamp.

Username

The username of the FTC end-user who requested authentication.

Auth Client

The authentication client that made the request.

Action

The type of authentication action.

Result

The outcome of an authentication request, which can be either of the following:

  • Success
  • Failed

Message

A system-generated message about the authentication request.

FTC extracts the aforementioned data from its Authentication logs. You can sort the logs by clicking the column headers (except for the Result column) of the table.