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Yes, you misunderstood how the priority system works. Priority means the list that will be checked in first, second and third place when an IP visits the site.
I was commenting on what you said about Priority where you could set the first priority to Whitelist, which means any offending IP would be whitelisted, which makes no sense to me. Unless I'm misunderstanding how your Priority system works.
There are some settings that have the ability to add IPS to blacklist or dynamic blacklist (for instance the user session protection). This feature allows you to add the IP to any of those lists, so you will see a log entry. But if your ip is into whitelist and first priority is 'whitelist' you should have access to the site.
This isn't the case for my sites. In my experience a record of a failed login or multiple concurrent logins (by Super Users) still appears in the firewall log, even though the user's IP exists in the Whitelist. Have I configured it incorrectly?