Note: This topic applies to the Kenilworth Release.
You can test the Smoothwall’s connectivity and networking configuration. Available test types are:
Note: By default, all testing options are selected to be included. However, the test options available are dependent on the configuration of your Smoothwall.
|||Guardian tests — Tests basic Guardian functionality (a Guardian license is required)|
|||Basic Connectivity — Tests the Smoothwall's connection to the Internet|
|||Central management tests — Tests the authentication login information shares|
|||Networking Configuration — Tests the validity of the network configuration|
|||BYOD — Analyzes any BYOD entries in the system logs for errors|
|||Authentication — Tests the connections to the configured directory services|
|||VPN Connectivity — If an L2TP roadwarrior connection is configured (a Unified Threat Management serial is required), this tests the DNS and WINS connections|
|||VPN Certificates — If certificates are used to authenticate VPN users (a Unified Threat Management serial is required), this tests their validity|
|1.||Go to System > Diagnostics > Functionality tests.|
|2.||Expand the relevant Test type, and clear the selection for those tests you do not want to run.|
Tip: Clearing the selection for the Test type removes all test options against that test category.
|3.||Click Test selected.|
A progress bar indicates the test progress.
When completed, the Functionality test results window appears, with the following Status indicators:
|||A green tick indicates the test was run successfully, with no follow up actions required|
|||An amber exclamation mark indicates the test was run successfully. However, an issue was flagged up that does not impact on day-to-day operations.|
|||A red cross indicates a problem was found with the test run. The Details column provides a description of the issue.|