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5:21 pm
March 12, 2008


KevinA

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All my the data i loaded for the month of Febuary said it was "non-web traffic" what could be cauing this?
Kevin

11:00 pm
March 12, 2008


Jean-Luc

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Hi Kevin,

I don't see the words “non web traffic” in my AWStats reports. Where do you see that ?

3:53 pm
March 14, 2008


KevinA

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Yes, sorry. non web traffic all my hits are comming up non-web traffic

LogFormat = "%time2 %other %host_r %method %url %other %other %other %host %ua %other %referer %code %other %other %bytesd"

#Fields: date time s-sitename s-ip cs-method cs-uri-stem cs-uri-query s-port cs-username c-ip cs(User-Agent) cs(Cookie) cs(Referer) sc-status sc-substatus sc-win32-status time-taken

4:16 pm
March 14, 2008


Jean-Luc

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Is this an AWStats question ? As far as I know, the words "non web traffic" are not used in AWStats reports.

In Microsoft web servers, "nonweb traffic" is the traffic from the local internal network and "web traffic" is the traffic coming from the rest of the world (at the other side of the company firewall). Is it what you mean here with "nonweb traffic" ?

Depending on the setup of the firewall, the web server will see the external IP addresses of the visitors or it will only see the address of the firewall. If it only sees the address of the firewall, all the traffic will look like "non web traffic".

4:21 pm
March 14, 2008


KevinA

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are you talking about #c-ip? because that is external IP address what i'm asking is, is my LogFormat correct?

4:43 pm
March 14, 2008


Jean-Luc

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Sorry, I didn't understand your question.

In fact your log format is not compatible with AWStats because it does not include the %bytesd field (called sc-bytes by IIS). This field contains the number of data bytes sent by the server to the client.

If you call %bytesd the time-taken field, AWStats should work, but all data related to bandwidth and number of bytes will be wrong.

I would try this LogFormat :

LogFormat = "%time2 %other %other %method %url %query %other %logname %host %ua %other %referer %code %other %other %bytesd"

Note that I removed your %host_r and I added %query and %logname.

Let me know if this helps.

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