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RUT240 Events Log

Summary #

In the Events Log page you can view records of events such as logins, reboots, resets, connections, configuration changes and more.

The information on this page has been updated in accordance with the RUT2XX_R_00.01.12.x firmware version.

All Events #

In this section you can view all occurred events. The image below is an example of the All Events tab.

System Events #

In this section you can view all system events at once or filter it by choosing a type of events you want to see. The following image is an example of the System Events tab.

Network Events #

In this section you can view all network events at once or filter it by choosing a type of events you want to see. The following image is an example of the Network Events tab.

Events Reporting #

The Events Reporting tab gives you the ability to configure rules that will inform you via SMS or email when certain events occur on your device. These events can be almost anything – configuration changes, reboots, new connections, various status updates, etc.

Events Reporting Configuration #


Events Reporting Configuration is used to create and customize Events Reporting Rules. Here you can specify any event type and subtype, chose whether you want to be informed by an SMS message or email, modify what kind of information you want receive should an event occur. To open this window, choose an Event type, Event subtype and Action and click the Add button. A new rule should appear in the Events Reporting Rules tab. Click the Edit button located next to that rule after which you will be redirected to that rule’s configuration window.

Send SMS #

FIELD NAMEVALUEDESCRIPTION
Enableyes | no; Default: noToggles the rule ON or OFF
Event typeConfig change | New DHCP client | Reboot | SSH | WebUI | New WiFi client | LAN port state | WAN Failover | Mobile data | SMS | Signal Strength;Default: Config changeThe type of event that you wish to receive information about
Event subtypeSample: After unexpected shut downSpecified event’s sub-type. This field changes in accordance with Event type
ActionSend SMS | Send email; Default: Send SMSAction that is to be taken after the specified event occurs
Enable delivery retryyes | no; Default: yesToggles delivery retry On or OFF. If for some reason the message delivery is unsuccessful, the router initiates a retry if this field is enabled
Retry interval1 min. | 5 min. | 10 min. | 15 min. | 30 min. | 60 min.; Default 5 min.Specifies when the router should try re-sending the message in case the first attempt was a failure
Retry count2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10; Default: 2Specifies the maximum number of failed attempts after which the router does not try to send the message anymore
Message text on Eventstring; Default: Router name – %rn; Event type – %et; Event text – %ex; Time stamp – %ts;Specifies the text that the message will contain
Get status after rebootyes | no; Default: noSpecifies whether the router should send an SMS message indicating the router’s status after the reboot in addition to the original message
Status message after rebootstring; Default: Router name – %rn; WAN IP – %wi; Data Connection state – %cs; Connection type – %ct; Signal strength – %ss; New FW available – %fs;Specifies the text that the status message will contain. This field becomes visible only if Get status after reboot is checked
RecipientsSingle number | User group; Default: Single numberSpecifies the intended recipients. A guide on how to create a User group can be found in the SMS Utilities chapter, User Groups section
Recipient’s phone numberphone number; Default: ” “The intended recipient’s phone number. To add more than one number, click the green  plus symbol located to the right of this field. The phone number must be entered in the international format, but without dash symbols or spaces, e.g., +37061234567

Send Email #

FIELD NAMEVALUEDESCRIPTION
Enableyes | no; Default: noToggles the rule ON or OFF
Event typeConfig change | New DHCP client | Reboot | SSH | WebUI | New WiFi client | LAN port state | WAN Failover | Mobile data | SMS | Signal Strength;Default: Config changeThe type of event that you wish to receive information about
Event subtypeSample: After unexpected shut downSpecified event’s sub-type. This field changes in accordance with Event type
ActionSend SMS | Send email; Default: Send SMSAction that is to be taken after the specified event occurs
Enable delivery retryyes | no; Default: yesToggles delivery retry On or OFF. If for some reason the message delivery is unsuccessful, the router initiates a retry if this field is enabled
Retry interval1 min. | 5 min. | 10 min. | 15 min. | 30 min. | 60 min.; Default 5 min.Specifies when the router should try re-sending the message in case the first attempt was a failure
Retry count2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10; Default: 2Specifies the maximum number of failed attempts after which the router does not try to send the message anymore
Subjectstring; Default: ” “Specifies the subject of the email message
Message text on Eventstring; Default: Router name – %rn; Event type – %et; Event text – %ex; Time stamp – %ts;Specifies the text that the message will contain
Get status after rebootyes | no; Default: noSpecifies whether the router should send an SMS message indicating the router’s status after the reboot in addition to the original message. If this is checked you will be prompted to enter the text that the status message should contain
SMTP serverip | host; Default: ” “Sender’s email service provider’s SMTP server. If you don’t know the SMTP server’s address, you can easily look it up online since it is public information
SMTP portinteger [0..65535]; Default: ” “Sender’s email service provider’s SMTP port. If you don’t know the SMTP server’s port, you can easily look it up online since it is public information
Secure connectionyes | no; Default: noToggles secure connection feature ON or OFF (use only if the email service provider’s server supports SSL or TLS)
Usernamestring; Default: ” “Sender’s email account’s login user name
Passwordstring; Default: ” “Sender’s email account’s login password
Sender’s email addressemail; Default: ” “The email address of the sender, i.e., the report message will be sent from this email. Make sure this is the same email that you provided login information to
Recipient’s email addressemail; Default: ” “The intended recipient’s email address. To add more than one email address, click the green  plus symbol located to the right of this field
Send test mailSends a test mail using the information that you provided. Once you click this button, the router will login to the provided email account and send the specified message to the specified address(-es). You should always send a test mail before finishing the configuration to make sure that everything is in order

Event Types and Sub-types #


The examples provided above are both concerning the Reboot Event type and After unexpected shut down sub-type. This section is an overview of all other Event type and sub-types.

Config change #

ENEBT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when any type of configuration changes are applied
OpenVPNSends a report message when any OpenVPN configuration changes are applied. For example, whenever a new OpenVPN instance is created, an OpenVPN instance gets disabled/enabled, an OpenVPN instance’s protocol is changed from UDP to TCP or vice versa, etc.
SMSSends a report message when any SMS related configuration changes are applied. For example, whenever a new SMS Utilities rule is created or changed, changes are made to Auto Reply or Remote configurations, etc.
Mobile trafficSends a report message when Mobile Traffic Logging is enabled/disabled or logging interval is changed.
MultiwanSends a report message when changes to WAN Backup configuration are applied. For example, whenever a switch from using Wired as main WAN to backup WAN occurs, Wireless is added as a Backup WAN, Health monitor configurations are changed, etc.
MobileSends a report message when any RUT240_Mobile configuration changes are applied. For example, whenever Service mode, APN, Connection type is changed, etc.
Data limitSends a report message when any Mobile Data Limit configuration changes are applied. For example, whenever new data limit is configured, data limit gets disabled/enabled on SIM1/SIM2, data limit period is changed, etc.
Events reportingSends a report message when any configuration changes to Events Reporting are applied. For example, whenever a new Events Reporting Rule is created, changed, deleted, etc.
Periodic rebootSends a report message when any configuration changes to Periodic Reboot are applied. For example, whenever Periodic Reboot gets enabled/disabled, Periodic Reboot interval is changed, etc.
GRE TunnelSends a report message when any configuration changes to GRE Tunnel are applied. For example, whenever a new GRE Tunnel instance is created, deleted, enabled/disabled, Local tunnel IP is changed, etc.
Ping rebootSends a report message when any configuration changes to Ping Reboot are applied. For example, whenever Ping Reboot gets enabled/disabled, host to ping has changed, etc.
Auto updateSends a report message when any configuration changes to Auto update are applied
Site blockingSends a report message when any configuration changes to Site Blocking are applied. For example, whenever Whitelist is changed to Blacklist or vice versa, a new entry is added to Blacklist/Whitelist, etc.
PPTPSends a report message when any configuration changes to PPTP are applied. For example, whenever a new PPTP instance was created, deleted, enabled/disabled, PPTP server address was changed, etc.
HotspotSends a report message when any configuration changes to Hotspot are applied. For example, whenever Hotspot SSID was changed, Radius server was changed, Hotspot was enabled/disabled, etc.
Input/OutputSends a report message when any configuration changes to Input/Output are applied. For example, whenever a new Periodic Output Control Rule was created, changed, deleted, an output was turn ON/OFF, etc.
Content blockerSends a report message when any configuration changes to Proxy Based Content Blocker are applied. For example, whenever Whitelist is changed to Blacklist or vice versa, a new entry is added to Blacklist/Whitelist, etc.
Login pageSends a report message when any Language Settings are changed
LanguageSends a report message when any Language Settings are changed
ProfileSends a report message when a new Profile is added or deleted
DDNSSends a report message when any configuration changes to Dynamic DNS are applied. For example, whenever a new DDNS instance is created, changed, deleted or edited
IPsecSends a report message when any configuration changes to IPsec are applied. For example, a new IPsec instance is created, changed, deleted, etc.
Access controlSends a report message when any configuration changes to Access Control are applied. For example, SSH/HTTP/HTTPS remote or local access is enabled/disabled, changes are made to SSH or WebUI Access Secure, etc.
DHCPSends a report message when any configuration changes to DHCP are applied. For example, whenever DHCP Server is enabled/disabled, DHCP address range is changed
VRRPSends a report message when any configuration changes to VRRP are applied. For example, whenever VRRP is enabled/disabled, VRRP IP address is changed, etc.
SSHSends a report message when any configuration changes to SSH are applied
NetworkSends a report message when any Network related configuration changes are applied. For example, whenever Main WAN is changed, LAN IP address is changed, a WiFi Access Point is enabled/disabled, etc.
WirelessSends a report message when any configuration changes to Wireless are applied. For example, a new Wi-Fi Access point is created, deleted, enabled/disabled, SSID is changed, etc.
FirewallSends a report message when any configuration changes to Firewall are applied. For example, a new Traffic rule is added, a new SNAT rule is added, a rule is disabled/enabled, etc.
NTPSends a report message when any configuration changes to NTP are applied. For example, whenever NTP is enabled/disabled, Time zone is changed, etc.
L2TPSends a report message when any configuration changes to L2TP are applied. For example, whenever a new L2TP instance was created, changed, deleted, etc.
OtherSends a report message when any configuration changes other than the ones provided above are applied

New DHCP client #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when a new devices is connected to the router either via LAN or Wi-Fi
Connected from WiFiSends a report message when a new device is connected to the router via Wi-Fi
Connected from LANSends a report message when a new device is connected to the router via LAN port

Mobile Data #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when mobile data connection status changes (from Connected to Disconnected or vice versa)
ConnectedSends a report message when mobile data connection is achieved
DisconnectedSends a report message when mobile data connection is lost

SMS #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
SMS receivedSends a report message when the router receives a new SMS message

Signal Strength #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when the router’s RSSI value leaves any one of the below specified ranges
-121 dBm -113 dBmSends a report message when the router’s RSSI value leaves the -121 dBm to -113 dBm range
-113 dBm -98 dBmSends a report message when the router’s RSSI value leaves the -113 dBm to -98 dBm range
-98 dBm -93 dBmSends a report message when the router’s RSSI value leaves the -98 dBm to -93 dBm range
-93 dBm -75 dBmSends a report message when the router’s RSSI value leaves the -93 dBm to -75 dBm range
-75 dBm -60 dBmSends a report message when the router’s RSSI value leaves the -75 dBm to -60 dBm range
-60 dBm -50 dBmSends a report message when the router’s RSSI value leaves the -60 dBm to -50 dBm range

Reboot #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when the router starts up after any type of reboot (except factory reset)
After unexpected shutdownSends a report message when the router shuts down unexpectedly and starts back up again
After FW upgradeSends a report message when the router initiates a Firmware upgrade (either from an uploaded FW file or from server)
From WebUISends a report message when the router starts up after a reboot command is initiated from the router’s WebUI Administration->Reboot section
From SMSSends a report message when the router starts up after a reboot command is initiated via SMS
From Input/OutputSends a report message when the router starts up after a reboot command is initiated via Input/Output
From ping rebootSends a report message when the router starts up after a reboot command is initiated by the Ping Reboot function
From periodic rebootSends a report message when the router starts up after a reboot command is initiated by the Periodic Reboot function
From buttonSends a report message when the router starts up after being restarted by the press of the physical button located on the router

SSH #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when someone connects to the router via SSH (either successfully or unsuccessfully)
Successful authenticationSends a report message when someone successfully connects to the router via SSH
Unsuccessful authenticationSends a report message when someone unsuccessfully tries to connect to the router via SSH

WebUI #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when someone connects to the router via HTTP or HTTPS (either successfully or unsuccessfully)
Successful authenticationSends a report message when someone successfully connects to the router via HTTP or HTTPS
Unsuccessful authenticationSends a report message when someone unsuccessfully tries to connect to the router via HTTP or HTTPS

New WiFi client #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when a device connects to or disconnects from the router’s WLAN (Wireless Network or Wireless LAN)
ConnectedSends a report message when a device connects to the router’s WLAN
DisconnectedSends a report message when a device disconnects from the router’s WLAN

LAN Port State #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when a device is either plugged in or unplugged from one of the router’s LAN ports
UnpluggedSends a report message when a device is unplugged from one of the router’s LAN ports
Plugged inSends a report message when a device is plugged into one of the router’s LAN ports

WAN Failover #

EVENT SUB-TYPEDESCRIPTION
AllSends a report message when the router switches from using the Main WAN to using the Failover WAN and vice versa
Switched to mainSends a report message when the router switches from using the Main WAN to using the Failover WAN
Switched to failoverSends a report message when the router stops using the Failover WAN and start using the Main WAN

Reporting Configuration #

The Reporting Configuration section lets you create rules that transfer logs to email or FTP.

Events Log Report Configuration #

Events Log Report Configuration provides you with the ability to change the configuration of periodic events reporting to email or FTP. You can access it by creating a rule and clicking the Edit button next to it, just like Event Reporting Configuration.

FIELD NAMEVALUEDESCRIPTION
Enableyes | no; Default: noToggles the log file report rule ON or OFF
Events logSystem | Network | All; Default: SystemSpecifies which log to transfer
Transfer typeEmail | FTP; Default: EmailSpecifies whether to transfer the log(s) to FTP or Email
Compress fileyes | no; Default: noCompress events log file using gzip
Hosthost | ip; Default ” “FTP server’s IP address or hostname
User namestring; Default: ” “Login user name used for authentication to the FTP server
Passwordstring; Default: ” “Login password used for authentication to the FTP
Interval between reportsWeek | Month | Year; Default: WeekSpecifies how often the reports should be sent
Weekday | Month dayweekday | month day; Default: SundaySpecifies the day of the month/week when the logging should take place. This field changes in accordance with Interval between reports
Hourinteger [1..24]; Default: 1Specifies on the hour of the day when the logging should take place

Email #

FIELD NAMEVALUEDESCRIPTION
Enableyes | no; Default: noToggles the log file report rule ON or OFF
Events logSystem | Network | All; Default: SystemSpecifies which log to transfer
Transfer typeEmail | FTP; Default: EmailSpecifies whether to transfer the log(s) to FTP or Email
Compress fileyes | no; Default: noCompress events log file using gzip
Subjectstring; Default: ” “Specifies the subject of the email log message
Messagestring; Default: ” “The text contained in the log email. This has nothing to do with the log itself, which will be sent as an attached file
SMTP serverip | host; Default: ” “Sender’s email service provider’s SMTP server. If you don’t know the SMTP server’s address, you can easily look it up online since it is public information
SMTP server portinteger [0..65535]; Default: ” “Sender’s email service provider’s SMTP server. If you don’t know the SMTP server’s address, you can easily look it up online since it is public information
Secure connectionyes | no; Default: noToggles secure connection feature ON or OFF (use only if the email service provider’s server supports SSL or TLS)
Usernamestring; Default: ” “Sender’s email account’s login user name
Passwordstring; Default: ” “Sender’s email account’s login password
Sender’s email addressemail; Default: ” “The email address of the sender, i.e., the report message will be sent from this email. Make sure this is the same email that you provided login information to
Recipient’s email addressemail; Default: ” “The intended recipient’s email address. To add more than one email address, click the green  plus symbol located to the right of this field
Interval between reportsWeek | Month | Year; Default: WeekSpecifies how often the reports should be sent
Weekday | Month dayweekday | month day; Default: SundaySpecifies the day of the month/week when the logging should take place. This field changes in accordance with Interval between reports
Hourinteger [1..24]; Default: 1Specifies on the hour of the day when the logging should take place

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