Enabling Cyberoam Reporting

Here are a few tips on how to enable and tune reporting for a Cyberoam UTM.

Enabling AD SSO authentication:

By integrating with Active Directory and other directory structures you can bring life to reports and present to your customers reports that are meaningful to them.
Every module in the Cyberoam integrates with Identity/Users. 

Cyberoam 3G/4G setup - 10.4.x and newer

The latest Cyberoam firmwares 10.4.x and newer have simplied the 3G/4G setups.


- disable the sim pin for testing, until its all working

- test the modem in a PC first

- Is the Cyberoam in a backroom, sometimes reception can be an issue.

- most 'apn' settings are stored in the modem, so you can usually leave that blank.


The Cyberoam UTM can support USB modems as a backup or primary connection. Here's how to get it working.

Cyberoam PPPoE Logs


Commissioning a new Internet connection or troubleshooting ISP issues is never a smooth process. 

There can be issues with:

  • authentication
  • padi discovery
  • pado response
  • bridge modem issues
  • adsl sync issues
  • port speed
  • full/half duplex issues

Fortunately logs within the Cyberoam UTM can help here. They can accessed via the CLI.

Console> cyberoam diagnostics show syslog

OR for the more skilled or linux savy.

Console> cyberoam diagnostics show syslogs lines 100 | more

Cyberoam Active Directory Integration / Configuration (Quick Links)

The following can be used as a quick reference to configure Cyberoam with Active Directory for Single Sign on.

Also see guides created by MPA Systems:

Workstation Methods:

Method 1: Clientless Single Sign (New and Recommended method)

1. Download the Cyberoam Clientless CTAS client

2. Install the Cyberoam CTAS (Cyberoam Transparent Authentication Suite) on your Active Directory Server

3. Follow the instructions from the Cyberoam Knowledge base

Configure Cyberoam with Active directory Server - Part 1

This is Part 1 of Cyberoam Active Directory Integration - Part 2 coming soon


This document outlines the steps to:

Using a 3G modem with Linux


Recently we had to test a Telstra Sierra Aircard 310U on linux

We inserted the USB card into the linux server running 2.6.18-128 CentOS
We run "lsusb" to get the device information. 

[[email protected] peers]# lsusb

Bus 003 Device 001: ID 0000:0000
Bus 001 Device 012: ID 1199:0fff Sierra Wireless, Inc.
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 0000:0000
Bus 004 Device 001: ID 0000:0000
Bus 005 Device 001: ID 0000:0000
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 0000:0000

Cyberoam WWAN 3G setup - Telstra


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WWAN 3G settings to use with Telstra
Here are our experiences and working solutions:

Cyberoam WWAN 3G setup - Most ISPs


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WWAN 3G settings to use with most ISPs (except Telstra)
Here are experiences and working solutions:

Main issues faced:

  • Phone number
  • Choice of Serial Port
  • APN from ISP
  • USB Storage mode takes preference over Modem mode

1. Phone number:

Set phone number to

Cyberoam 3G WWAN setup


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The Cyberoam UTM can support 3G USB modem as a backup or primary connect. Here's how to get it working.

Step 1 - Enable WWAN

1. Unplug any 3G modem from the Cyberoam
2. Login to the CLI Console: By clicking Console in the top right corner OR logging in via Telnet or SSH Choose Option # 4 
3. You can use the following to enable Wireless WAN: