This tab contains a log that displays all the events that happened with the panel: login to the web interface, lock opening using an identifier, to or from which number a call was made, etc. Log is cleared every 182 days.

List of all events displayed in the log:

LowInformationDevice Booted
SystemSIP registration lost

AccessDoor was opened
AccessDoor was closed
AccessLock opened by free access button
AccessLock opened by exit button
AccessLock opened by identifier
AccessGeneral access code entered 
AccessLock opened by face identifier
AccessThe lock is open on alarm
AccessDoor sensor opened
AccessDoor sensor closed
SystemLogin to the web interface
SystemFailed login attempt to the GUI settings
SystemEntered to GUI settings
InformationIncoming call
InformationOutgoing call
InformationOutgoing call from web
InformationMissed outgoing call
HighAccessAccess denied by remote server
AccessAccess granted by remote server
AccessWrong input code 
AccessUnknown identifier 
AccessNot valid face identifier 
AccessUnknown QR code
AccessAccess granted by the web interface
AccessAccess denied by the web interface
AccessLock opened by response device
AccessNot valid identifier
EmergencyTamper triggered 
SystemFailed login attempt to the web interface
CriticalAccessDoor is not closed too long

You can sort events by date from most recent to oldest and vice versa. To do this, click the Date/Time column.

Also, there is a filter by date and parameters, with the help of which you can configure a flexible data display and quick search. To do this, you need to click the Filters button and set the necessary parameters:

  • in the Column line, select the search parameter:
    • priority: display of events with selected low/critical/medium/high priority;
    • category: display of events with the selected category (emergency, access, system, information);
    • name: display of events from previous tables by their names;
  • choose search condition
    • more (available for priority parameter): display of events that are higher in priority than selected. So, if you select more than low, then you will see events with critical/medium/high priority; 
    • less (available for priority parameter): display of events that are lower in priority than selected. So, if you select less than medium, then you will see events with low priority; 
    • equal (available for all parameters): display of events by a selected parameter. So, if you select events equal to low priority, you will see all Device Booted and SIP registration lost events;   
  • choose Value depending on the selected column.