Nortel Networks 5100 User's Manual

Nortel Networks 5100 User's Manual
Nortel Switched Firewall 5100 Series
Release 2.3.3
Browser-Based Interface User’s Guide
part number: 216383-D, October 2005
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Contents
Preface 7
Who should use this book 7
How this book is organized 7
Typographic conventions 8
How to get help 9
Getting help from the Nortel web site 9
Getting help over the telephone from a Nortel Solutions Center 9
Using an Express Routing Code to get help from a specialist 10
Getting help through a Nortel distributor or reseller 10
Chapter 1: Introduction 11
Characteristics of the BBI 11
Getting started 12
Requirements 12
Enabling the BBI 12
CLI configuration tasks 12
Setting up the web browser 14
Starting the BBI 14
Using the VRRP virtual IP address to access the NSF BBI 15
Logging in 15
Loading the main page 16
Chapter 2: Basics of the Browser-Based Interface 17
Interface components 17
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Basic operation 22
Pending change exceptions 22
Lost changes 22
Creating a configuration 23
Viewing pending changes 23
Clearing pending changes 23
Submitting changes 23
Global command forms 24
Apply Changes 24
Diff 26
Revert 27
Logout 28
Help 29
Context-sensitive Help 29
Task-based Help 30
Chapter 3: Browser-Based Interface forms reference 33
BBI main menu selections 33
System form 34
NSF 5100 Ticker form 34
Cluster forms 38
Director(s) form 38
Time forms 40
Logs forms 42
Warnings form 49
Network forms 50
DNS form 51
Ports form 52
Routes forms 54
Network/Routes/OSPF forms 59
DHCP Relay forms 69
Interfaces form 74
Bridges form 78
VRRP form 80
GRE Tunnels form 82
Status forms 85
Firewall forms 89
Settings form 89
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License Management form 91
Installed License(s) form 93
Synchronization form 94
SMART Clients form 95
SecurID form 96
Operation forms 97
Director(s) form 97
Configuration form 98
Image Update forms 99
Administration forms 102
Monitor forms 102
Users forms 110
Access List form 115
Telnet-SSH form 117
Web forms 118
SNMP forms 126
SSH Keys form 135
RADIUS form 138
APC UPS form 141
Audit form 142
Diagnostics forms 145
Logs form 145
Events form 147
Audit Log form 148
Maintenance forms 149
System Commands form 151
Debug forms 152
Wizards forms 154
Initial Configuration Wizard 155
Add Wizard forms 156
Configure Wizard forms 157
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Preface
This Quick Guide describes the Nortel Switched Firewall Browser-Based Interface (BBI). The
components and features of the BBI can be used as an alternative to the Nortel Switched
Firewall Command Line Interface (CLI) documented in the Nortel Switched Firewall 2.3.3
User’s Guide and Command Reference, (213455-L).
Who should use this book
This Quick Guide is intended for network installers and system administrators engaged in
configuring and maintaining a network. Installers and administrators must be familiar with
Ethernet concepts and IP addressing.
How this book is organized
The chapters in this book are organized as follows:
Chapter 1, Introduction,on page 11 describes how to enable and access the BBI.
Chapter 2, Basics of the Browser-Based Interface, on page 17 describes the BBI global
commands, the BBI page components, and how to access the context-sensitive online Help for
referencing page fields, buttons, and labels.
Chapter 3, Browser-Based Interface forms reference, on page 33 describes in detail all of the
forms associated with the BBI.
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Typographic conventions
The following table describes the typographic styles used in this book.
Table 1 Typographic conventions
Typeface or
Symbol
Meaning
Example
AaBbCc123
This fixed-width type is used for names of
commands, files, and directories used within
the text.
View the readme.txt file.
It also depicts on-screen computer output and Main#
prompts.
AaBbCc123
This italicized type shows book titles, special Read your User’s Guide
terms, or words to be emphasized.
thoroughly.
AaBbCc123
This fixed-width, bold type appears in command examples. It shows text that must be
typed in exactly as shown.
Main# sys
<AaBbCc123> Italicized type within angle brackets appears To establish a Telnet
in command examples as a parameter place- session, enter:
host# telnet <IP address>
holder. Replace the indicated text with the
appropriate real name or value when using the
command. Do not type the brackets.
[
]
|
Command items shown inside square brackets are optional and can be used or excluded
as the situation demands. Do not type the
brackets.
Command items separated by the vertical bar System# autoneg on|off
depict a list of possible values, only one of
which should be entered. The vertical bar is
considered to mean “or.”
This can also be used to separate different
selections within a window-based menu bar.
<Key>
host# ls [-a]
Select Edit | Copy from
the window’s menu bar.
Non-alphanumeric keyboard items are shown Press the <Enter> key.
in regular type inside brackets. When
directed, press the appropriate key.
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How to get help
This section explains how to get help for Nortel products and services.
Getting help from the Nortel web site
The best way to get technical support for Nortel products is from the Nortel Technical Support
web site at: www.nortel.com/support.
This site provides quick access to software, documentation, bulletins, and tools to address
issues with Nortel products.
Use the Nortel Technical Support web site to do the following:
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download technical information, including the following items:
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software
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documentation
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product bulletins
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search the Technical Support web site and the Nortel Knowledge Base for answers to
technical questions
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sign up for automatic notification of new software and documentation for Nortel
equipment
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open and manage technical support cases
Getting help over the telephone from a Nortel Solutions
Center
If you do not find the information you require on the Nortel Technical Support web site, you
can get help over the telephone from a Nortel Solutions Center. You must have a Nortel
support contract to use the Nortel Solutions Center.
To reach a Nortel Solutions Center, do one of the following;
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In North America, call 1–800–4NORTEL (1–800–466–7835).
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Outside North America, go to the following web site to obtain the telephone number for
your region: www.nortel.com/callus.
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Using an Express Routing Code to get help from a specialist
You can find Express Routing Codes (ERC) for many Nortel products and services on the
Nortel Technical Support web site. ERCs allow you to connect directly to service and support
organizations based on specific products or services.
To locate the ERC for your product or service, go to www.nortel.com/erc.
Getting help through a Nortel distributor or reseller
If you purchased a service contract for your Nortel product from a distributor or authorized
reseller, contact the technical support staff for that distributor or reseller.
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CHAPTER 1
Introduction
This chapter explains how to enable the Browser-Based Interface (BBI), set up your web
browser, and launch the BBI to access the Nortel Switched Firewall (NSF) systemmanagement features from your web browser.
Characteristics of the BBI
Following are the characteristics of the BBI:
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Intuitive interface structure.
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Configuration and monitoring functions similar to those available through the Command
Line Interface (CLI).
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Access using HTTP, or secure HTTPS using Secure Socket Layer (SSL).
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No installation required; the BBI is part of the Firewall OS software.
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Upgrades with future software releases (as available).
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Runs up to ten BBI sessions simultaneously.
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Online context-sensitive Help for each BBI page.
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Online task-based Help for a variety of common procedures from each BBI page.
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Getting started
Requirements
Following are the requirements to enable the BBI:
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An installed Nortel Switched Firewall
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A Check Point policy to allow management station access for HTTP or HTTPS traffic
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A PC or workstation with network access to the Firewall host IP address
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A Frame-capable web browser software, such as the following:
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Netscape Navigator 4.6 or higher
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Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher
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JavaScript enabled in your web browser
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Java 2 Runtime Environment SE plug-in, version 1.2.4-01 or higher
NOTE – JavaScript is different from Java. Ensure that JavaScript is enabled in your web
browser.
Enabling the BBI
Before you can access the BBI, you must perform some configuration at the CLI. For
information about accessing and using the CLI, see the Nortel Switched Firewall 2.3.3 User’s
Guide and Command Reference,(213455-L).
CLI configuration tasks
Following are the CLI configuration tasks required to enable access to the BBI:
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Enable the BBI.
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Generate a temporary certificate (if using HTTPS).
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Apply the changes.
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Use the access list to permit remote access to trusted clients.
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Use the Check Point SmartDashboard on your SMART Client to add a security policy that
allows BBI traffic.
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Enabling the BBI
You can enable the BBI for HTTP, HTTP and HTTPS, or you can fully disable the BBI. TIP:
The default setting for the BBI is enabled for HTTP access and disabled for HTTPS access.
NOTE – HTTP is not a secure protocol. All data (including passwords) between an HTTP
client and the Nortel Switched Firewall is not encrypted and is subject only to weak
authentication. If secure remote access is required, use HTTPS.
To explicitly allow remote BBI access, enter the following commands in the CLI:
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To enable HTTP access:
>> # /cfg/sys/adm/web/http/ena
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To enable HTTPS access using SSL:
>> # /cfg/sys/adm/web/ssl/ena
Generating a temporary certificate if using HTTPS
An SSL server certificate is required for HTTPS access to the BBI. The Firewall can generate
a temporary, self-signed certificate. Use the following commands to create a default certificate:
>> SSL configuration# certs/serv/gen <Name> <Country code> <Key size>
Do you want to generate a self-signed certificate with the generated
Key? y
where Name is the common name that appears on the certificate, Country code is a two-letter
code (US for the United States of America, CA for Canada, JP for Japan, and so on), and Key
size is 512, 1024, or 2048 bits. For example:
>> SSL configuration# certs/serv/gen Nortel US 1024
NOTE – When you log in to the BBI with the temporary certificate, you are warned that the
certificate is not signed or authenticated. Permit use of the temporary certificate only during
initial configuration, where the system is not attached to active networks that can be a source
of attack. Install a signed and authenticated certificate prior to connecting any untrusted
network.
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Applying the changes.
>> SSL configuration# apply
Using the access list to permit remote access to trusted clients
If you already configured the access list for Telnet or SSH, you need not repeat the process.
Otherwise, to permit access to only trusted clients, see the Nortel Switched Firewall 2.3.3
User’s Guide and Command Reference, Part No. 213455-L.
Adding a security policy that allows BBI traffic
Use the Check Point SmartDashboard on your SMART Client to add a security policy that
allows BBI traffic.
The firewall policy should be constructed as follows:
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Source: IP address of the SMART Client or IP address range of the management network
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Destination: Host IP address of the Firewall
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Service: HTTP for non-secure access, or SSL for HTTPS access
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Action: Allow—select Nortel Switched Firewall
Setting up the web browser
Most web browsers work with JavaScript by default and require no additional setup. Check the
features and configuration of your web browser to ensure JavaScript is enabled.
NOTE – JavaScript is not the same as Java. Ensure that JavaScript is enabled in your web
browser.
Starting the BBI
When the Firewall and browser setup is complete, use the following steps to launch the BBI:
1.
Start your web browser.
2.
Enter one of the following in the URL field of the web browser:
a)
host IP address
b) host IP address as a name (when IP address is assigned a name on the local domain name
server)
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c)
MIP address
d) virtual IP address (see Using the VRRP virtual IP address to access the NSF BBI)
The NSF login window opens.
3.
Log in (see Logging in).
4.
Allow the main page to load (see Loading the main page on page 16).
Using the VRRP virtual IP address to access the NSF BBI
To use the VRRP virtual IP address for firewall access by web browser, enable management
support for the VRRP interface.
Use the following CLI command to enable management support for the VRRP interface:
/cfg/net/if #/mgmt/ena/apply
The virtual IP address is specified with the ip1 or ip2 command in the CLI menu. For more
information, see the Nortel Switched Firewall 2.3.3 User’s Guide and Command Reference,
Part No. 213455-L.
Using the VRRP interface IP address enhances firewall security, because users can configure
the VRRP interface with the user-defined CheckPoint policies. SSI traffic is separate from the
CheckPoint policies.
Logging in
To log in, enter the account name and password for the system administrator or operator
account (see Figure 1 on page 16). For more login and password information, see the Nortel
Switched Firewall 2.3.3 User’s Guide and Command Reference, (213455-L).
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Figure 1 NSF Login window
Loading the main page
When the valid account name and password combination is entered on the login window, the
BBI default page appears in your browser viewing window (see Figure 2).
Figure 2 NSF BBI main page
NOTE – A delay of a few seconds can occur while the default page collects data from all of the
cluster components. Do not stop the browser while loading is in progress.
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CHAPTER 2
Basics of the Browser-Based
Interface
Interface components
The Nortel Switched Firewall (NSF) Browser-Based Interface (BBI) main page has eight
component areas (see Figure 3).
Figure 3 NSF BBI main page
Warning display area
Forms display area
History list
Global command buttons
Main page tabs
NSF Configuration
main menu
Director status
Current alarms
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Main page tabs
The two main page tabs are Wizards and Config (see Figure 3 on page 17).
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Wizards provides access to wizards that guide users through the processes of initial
configuration, interface and bridge addition, Check Point Firewall configuration,
routes and gateway configuration, DHCP Relay configuration, and OSPF configuration (see Figure 4 and Figure 5). To use the wizards, select Initial Configuration,
Add, or Configure, and follow the instructions on the page. Click the plus sign (+)
adjacent to a selection to expand it and reveal its associated subcategories. To see
each of the initial Wizards pages, see Chapter 3, Browser-Based Interface forms reference.
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Config is the default tab for the BBI main page and provides access to all of the
monitoring and configuration functions (see Figure 6 on page 20).
Figure 4 NSF Wizards main page
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Wizards menu shows the selections available on the Wizards menu tree.
Figure 5 Wizards menu
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NSF Config main menu tree
Each of the selections on the Config main menu tree represents a page, called a form,
which provides a method to monitor or configure the NSF (see Figure 3 on page 17 and
Figure 6).
Figure 6 NSF Config main menu
Each main menu category offers subcategories, providing a further level of control or
detailed information. Click the plus sign (+) adjacent to a selection to expand it and reveal
its associated subcategories.
For detailed information about the forms, see Chapter 3, Browser-Based Interface forms
reference, on page 33.
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Warning display area
The Warning display area provides important warnings for the user, such as information
about CLI users logged in or the status of the GUI lock. Any user logged in as administrator (username admin) can activate the GUI lock before changing or creating a configuration. See Figure 75 on page 107.
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History list
The History list displays the path to the current page. Up to nine of the most recently
visited pages are listed, most recent first. TIP: Click a list item to go directly to that page.
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Forms display area
The Forms display area contains fields that display information or allow you to specify
information for configuring the system. The fields are different for each subpage.
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Global command buttons
The global command buttons are always available at the top of each form (see Figure 3 on
page 17 and Figure 7).
Figure 7 Global command buttons
The global commands summon forms used for saving, examining, or canceling
configuration changes, for logging out, and for displaying Help information for the current
page (see Global command forms on page 24).
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Director status appears on the left side of the forms display area, under the Monitor
System bar. Director status summarizes the status of the cluster, including CPU, memory,
and hard disk. The Firewall icon appears on the right side of the forms display area under
the Monitor System bar. TIP: Click the Firewall icon to go directly to the
Administration/Monitor/Director(s) form (see Figure 71 on page 103).
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The Firewall host IP address and Management IP address (MIP) appear under the
Firewall icon.
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The status icon for the firewall appears between the addresses.
TIP: Click the Firewall icon to go directly to the Administration/Monitor/Director(s)
form (see Figure 71 on page 103).
o
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When the status icon is green, the firewall is operating, and when the status icon
is red, the firewall is offline.
Current alarms provides the current status of all active alarms.
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Basic operation
The Browser-Based Interface for the Nortel Switched Firewall provides a variety of levels of
control. TIP: To access the full functionality of the BBI, you must log in as administrator
(username admin).
The BBI allows you to administer the NSF in the following manner (see Table 1).
Table 1 NSF administration
NSF function
Administration method
Create a configuration
Use the Config functions or Wizards.
Submit form changes
Click Update or Submit on the form.
View pending changes
Click global Diff.
Clear pending changes
Click global Revert to cancel all pending changes.
Apply changes
Click global Apply.
Up to ten simultaneous browser connections are allowed. When multiple CLI or BBI sessions
are open concurrently, only pending changes, made during your current session, are affected
by use of the global Diff, Revert, or Logout commands. However, when multiple CLI or BBI
administrators apply changes to the same set of parameters concurrently, the latest applied
changes take precedence. TIP: See Figure 75 on page 107, Administration/Monitor/GUI Lock
form. To prevent conflicts, any user logged in as administrator (username admin) can take
control of the GUI lock before changing or creating a configuration.
Pending change exceptions
After submission, most changes are considered pending and are not immediately put into effect
or permanently saved. However, changes to the date or time zone, and users and passwords
take effect as soon as the form is submitted. See Cluster/Time/Current Time form on page 40
and Administration/Users/General form on page 110.
Lost changes
Changes are lost if a new form is selected or the session is ended without submitting the
information to the pending configuration. Click Update or Submit on the form to submit
changes to the pending configuration.
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Pending changes are also discarded if you do not submit them before the inactivity timeout
value on BBI sessions elapses. The BBI inactivity timeout value is five minutes and cannot be
changed.
Creating a configuration
To create a configuration, do the following:
1) Select the appropriate menu item and subpage.
2) Modify fields in the appropriate forms display areas.
3) Click Update to submit the changes to the pending configuration.
Viewing pending changes
To view pending changes before they are applied, do the following:
1) Click global Diff .
2) View the global Diff form.
3) Click Back to return to the current form.
Clearing pending changes
To clear pending changes, do one of the following:
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Click global Revert and return to the configuration. TIP: You cannot use the global
Revert command to restore the previous configuration after you submit the Apply
command.
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Close the browser.
Submitting changes
To submit the form changes for application, do the following:
1) Click global Apply. TIP: The global Apply command allows updates on multiple forms
to be put into effect all at once. The Apply function validates the changes to the
configuration before applying them, and Apply fails if invalid settings are used. See
Figure 75 on page 107, Administration/Monitor/GUI Lock form. To prevent conflicts, any
user logged in as administrator (username admin) can take control of the GUI lock before
changing or creating a configuration.
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2) Click Submit.
See Global command forms for details on using Apply, Diff, Revert, and Logout.
Global command forms
The global command buttons are always available at the top of each form.
These buttons summon forms used to save, examine, or cancel configuration changes, log out,
and to display Help information. Each global command form provides options to verify or
cancel the command.
Apply Changes
Use the global Apply Changes form to check the validity of the pending configuration changes
for the current session, and to save the configuration changes and put them into effect (see
Figure 8).
Figure 8 Apply form
The global Apply form includes the following items:
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Apply Changes list: to use this menu, select one of the following commands and click
Submit:
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Apply Changes
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When selected, this command updates the Nortel Switched Firewall with any pending
configuration changes. Pending changes are first validated for correctness (see
Validate Configuration on page 25). If no problems are found, the changes are applied
and put into effect. If problems are found, applicable warning and error messages are
displayed. Warnings are allowed, and the changes are applied and put into effect.
Errors are not allowed, and the changes are not applied.
This command has no effect on pending changes in other open CLI or BBI sessions.
See Figure 75 on page 107 for information about taking control of the GUI lock.
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Validate Configuration
When selected, this option validates pending changes for the current session, but does
not apply them. The pending configuration changes are examined to ensure that they
are complete and consistent.
If problems are found, the following types of messages are displayed:
Warnings are in yellow. Warnings identify conditions you should consider, but
which do not cause errors or prevent configuration application.
Errors are in red. Errors identify serious configuration problems that require
correction. Uncorrected errors cause the Apply Changes command to fail.
If the configuration is valid, select Apply Changes and click Submit to apply the
changes.
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Run a Security Audit
When selected, this command lists security information. Security information
includes the status for remote management features such as Telnet, SSH, and the BBI
for the cluster. The IP addresses that access the remote management features are also
listed. The Run Security Audit command also lists users configured with default
passwords that require change.
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Submit button: Click to perform the action selected in the Apply Changes list.
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Back button: Click to return to the previously viewed form without applying changes.
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Diff
The global Diff command displays the Pending Updates form. Pending Updates provides a list
of the pending configuration changes for the current session (see Figure 9).
Figure 9 Diff form
The list displays a change record for each submitted update. Each record can consist of many
modifications, depending upon the complexity of the form and changes submitted.
Modifications are color-coded as follows:
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Green: New items that will be added to the configuration when the global Apply
command is given and verified.
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Blue: Existing items that will be modified.
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Red: Configuration items that will be deleted.
The Diff list is cleared when configuration changes are applied or reverted, or when you log
out or close the browser window.
NOTE – The Diff form does not include pending changes made in other concurrent CLI or BBI
sessions.
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Revert
The global Revert command displays the Revert Changes form. Use Revert to cancel pending
configuration changes (see Figure 10).
Figure 10 Revert form
The global Revert form includes the following items:
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Revert button: Click Revert to cancel the pending configuration changes for the current
session. TIP: Applied changes are not affected. Pending changes made in other open CLI
or BBI sessions are not affected. See Figure 75 on page 107, Administration/Monitor/GUI
Lock form. To prevent conflicts, any user logged in as administrator (username admin)
can take control of the GUI lock before changing or creating a configuration.
„
Back button: Click Back to return to the previously viewed form without canceling
pending changes.
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Logout
Use the global Logout form to terminate the current user session (see Figure 11).
Figure 11 Logout form
Back
Logout
The global Logout form includes the following items:
„
Logout button: Click Logout to terminate the current user session. TIP: Any
configuration changes made during this session that have not been applied are lost. This
command has no effect on pending changes in other open CLI or BBI sessions.
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Back button: Click Back to return to the previously viewed form without logging out.
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Help
The global Help form provides assistance with forms and tasks in the BBI. Two kinds of Help
are available: context-sensitive Help and task-based Help.
Context-sensitive Help
Context-sensitive Help displays detailed information about the currently displayed form in the
BBI forms area. Click global Help to view a new window showing Help information
appropriate to your current options (see Figure 12).
Figure 12 Context-sensitive Help form
Subpage menu
Help topic
Pages
Tasks
menu
Load
Close
Forms area
The context-sensitive Help window consists of the following areas:
„
Subpage menu: Click Pages to display Help for the selected form. Click Tasks to activate
the task-based Help system.
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Help topic menu: Select a new Help topic using the menu on the left side of the Help
window. Each main menu item is listed, along with the submenu items under the current
selection. Select a different menu item to display its submenu list. Select any submenu
item to display Help for that form.
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Load: Click Load to display the form referenced on the bar.
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Forms area: This area displays detailed information about the selected topic.
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Close button: Click Close to close the context-sensitive Help window.
Task-based Help
Task-based Help directs the administrator through the steps of various common procedures. To
access task-based Help, click global Help and then click the Tasks bar. The task Help menu
appears in a new window with information appropriate for the current BBI form (see Figure
13):
Figure 13 Task-based Help form
Subpage menu
Task topic
Page
Tasks
menu
Close
Forms area
Load Page
link
The task-based Help window consists of the following areas:
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Subpage menu: Click Pages to display Help for the selected form. Click Tasks to activate
the task-based Help system (see Figure 13).
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Task topic menu: Select from a list of tasks using the menu on the left side of the Help
window. Each main task item is listed, along with the subtasks under the current selection.
Select a different subtask to reveal the steps required to complete it.
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Forms area: This area displays the steps required to complete the selected subtask.
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Load Page link: Click Load Page to display the form referenced on the task topic menu. If
the subtask has more than one step, the steps are listed on the form.
†
Click
to display the information for the next subtask.
†
Click
to display the information for the previous subtask.
Close button: Click Close to close the task-based Help window.
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Browser-Based Interface forms
reference
BBI main menu selections
The following eight selections are available on the Nortel Switched Firewall (NSF) BrowserBased Interface (BBI) Config tab main menu:
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System form on page 34
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NSF 5100 Ticker form on page 34
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Cluster forms on page 38
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Network forms on page 50
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Firewall forms on page 89
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Operation forms on page 97
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Administration forms on page 102
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Diagnostics forms on page 145
Pages, called forms, are available for each menu selection. Use these forms to configure,
manage, or obtain information about the NSF BBI.
The following selections are available on the NSF BBI Wizards tab main menu:
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Initial Configuration
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Add
„
Configure
For more information about the Wizards forms, see Wizards forms on page 154.
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System form
When you select System, the Main page, also known as the Monitor System form, is displayed
as shown in Monitor System form. For more information about the System form, see Interface
components on page 17.
Figure 14 Monitor System form
NSF 5100 Ticker form
NSF 5100 Ticker provides a real-time view of the following Firewall status and statistic
information:
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status of firewall directors and accelerators
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alarms, color coded for status
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statistics for the following parameters:
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CPU use
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memory use
†
disk use
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session statistics plotted as a graph
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throughput statistics plotted as a graph
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status of the following remote accesses:
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HTTP
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HTTPS
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Telnet
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SSH
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SNMP
Use the NSF 5100 Ticker launch form to launch the Ticker. TIP: The Ticker cannot launch if
pop-up blockers are enabled (see NSF 5100 Ticker launch form).
NOTE – Java 2 Runtime Environment SE plug-in, version 1.2.4-01 or higher, is required.
When you launch the Ticker, if the Java plug-in is not present, the Ticker downloads it from
the java.sun.com web site. If the system is not connected to the Internet, an error message
appears in the Ticker window.
Figure 15 NSF 5100 Ticker launch form
Click Launch on the NSF 5100 Ticker Launch form to launch the Ticker report.
Use the Ticker report form to view the statistics provided by the Ticker.
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The NSF 5100 Ticker report form displays three tabs (see NSF 5100 Ticker results form).
Figure 16 NSF 5100 Ticker results form
Tabs on the NSF 5100 Ticker results form are as follows:
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Cluster information
„
Properties
„
About
The Cluster Information page displays the statistics and graphs for the Firewall (see NSF 5100
Ticker results form).
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The Properties page displays properties for NSF 5100 Ticker parameters (see NSF 5100
Ticker/Properties form).
Figure 17 NSF 5100 Ticker/Properties form
The About page displays the NSF version and license information (see NSF 5100
Ticker/About form).
Figure 18 NSF 5100 Ticker/About form
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Cluster forms
The Cluster menu includes the following categories of forms:
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Director(s) form
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Time forms
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†
Current Time (see Cluster/Time/Current Time form on page 40)
†
NTP servers (see Cluster/Time/NTP Servers on page 41)
Logs
†
Syslog (see Cluster/Logs/Syslog form on page 42)
†
ELA (see Cluster/Logs/ELA form on page 45)
†
Archive (see Cluster/Logs/Archive form on page 47)
Warnings (see Cluster/Warnings form on page 49)
Director(s) form
Use the Cluster/Director(s) form to view and change the Firewall Director Settings (see
Cluster/Director(s) form).
Figure 19 Cluster/Director(s) form
Management General Settings
IP address
Update
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The Cluster/Director(s) form is divided into the following two sections:
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Management IP Address
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General Settings
Fields and buttons on the Cluster/Director(s) form are as follows:
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Management IP Address
†
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MIP is the Management IP for the host. MIP address identifies the cluster and must be
unique on the network.
General Settings
†
ID is the host identification number.
†
Hostname displays the name of the Firewall host.
†
IP Address is the network IP address for the host.
†
System Name is the set system name.
†
Actions provides the following three options:
†
o
Click Halt to stop the Firewall. TIP: Always click Halt before turning the device
off.
o
Click Reboot to reboot the Firewall.
o
Click Delete to delete the member (host) and reset the configuration to factory
default settings.
Click Update to submit changes to the pending configuration.
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Time forms
The two Cluster/Time forms are as follows:
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Cluster/Time/Current Time (see Cluster/Time/Current Time form)
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Cluster/Time/NTP Servers (see Cluster/Time/NTP Servers form on page 41)
Cluster/Time/Current Time form
Use the Cluster/Time/Current Time form to set the date and time for the cluster (see
Cluster/Time/Current Time form).
Figure 20 Cluster/Time/Current Time form
The Cluster/Time/Current Time form is divided into the following two sections:
„
Date
„
Timezone
Fields and buttons on the Cluster/Time/Current Time form are as follows:
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Date fields
†
Month provides a list to select the current month.
†
Day provides a list to select the current date.
†
Year provides a list to select the current year.
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Hour provides a list to select the current hour.
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Minute provides a list to select the current minute.
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Click Save to submit the date and time changes and to put the changes into immediate
effect. Note that changes to the date and time zone are unlike most changes; they are not
considered pending after submission.
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Timezone provides a list to select the region.
„
Click Save to submit the time zone changes and to put the changes into immediate effect.
Note that changes to the date and time zone are unlike most changes; they are not
considered pending after submission.
Cluster/Time/NTP Servers form
Use the Cluster/Time/NTP Servers form to specify the Network Time Protocol (NTP) servers
(see Cluster/Time/NTP Servers).
Figure 21 Cluster/Time/NTP Servers
NTP servers are used by the NTP client on the NSF to synchronize its clock. The system
should have access to at least three servers to compensate for discrepancies between the
servers.
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Fields and buttons on the Cluster/Time/NTP Servers form are as follows:
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IP Address displays the IP address of an NTP server.
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Action—if an NTP server is present, a Delete button appears.
†
Click Delete to delete the server.
„
New NTP IP provides a field to configure a new NTP server. TIP: Use dotted decimal
notation.
„
Update submits the NTP server address changes to the pending configuration.
Logs forms
The three Cluster/Logs forms are as follows:
„
Syslogs (see Cluster/Logs/Syslog form)
„
ELA (see Cluster/Logs/ELA form on page 45)
„
Archive (see Cluster/Logs/Archive form on page 47)
Cluster/Logs/Syslog form
Use the Cluster/Logs/Syslog form to specify remote system log servers and turn on local log
debugging (see Cluster/Logs/Syslog form).
Figure 22 Cluster/Logs/Syslog form
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Fields and buttons on the Cluster/Logs/Syslog form are as follows:
System Log
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„
„
Debug Messages displays a list with two choices.
†
Disabled disables transmission of debug messages to the local system log.
†
Enabled enables transmission of debug messages to the local system log.
Source IP Mode displays a list with three choices.
†
Auto, the default setting, specifies the IP address of the outgoing interface.
†
Unique specifies the IP address of the individual NSF.
†
MIP specifies the IP address of the cluster MIP. Use this setting with applications
designed for devices limited to one IP address (for example, some versions of
HP OpenView).
Update submits the debug message status change and the source IP mode change to the
pending configuration.
The Remote Syslog Servers section of the Cluster/Logs/Syslog form is divided into the
following two sections:
„
Current Remote Syslog Servers
„
Add New Remote Syslog Server
Current Remote Syslog Servers displays the following fields:
„
IP Address specifies the remote syslog server in dotted decimal notation.
„
Logging Severity specifies the severity of messages logged. All messages of the selected
severity or higher are logged.
„
Facility provides the local facility number used to uniquely identify syslog entries.
„
Action—Click Delete to delete an active remote server.
Add New Remote Syslog Server displays the following fields:
„
New Server IP specifies the IP address for the remote syslog server. TIP: Enter the IP
address in dotted decimal notation.
„
New Server Severity specifies the severity of messages logged. The following selections
are presented in the list:
†
emerg
†
alert
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†
crit
†
err
†
warning
†
notice
†
info
†
debug
New Server Facility provides a list with the following local facility numbers used to
uniquely identify syslog entries:
†
auto
†
local0
†
local1
†
local2
†
local3
†
local4
†
local5
†
local6
†
local7
Click Update to submit the Remote Syslog Server changes to the pending configuration.
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Cluster/Logs/ELA form
Use the Cluster/Logs/ELA form to configure Event Logging API (ELA) (see
Cluster/Logs/ELA form).
ELA allows Firewall log messages to be sent to a Check Point SmartCenter Server for display
through the Check Point SmartView Tracker.
Figure 23 Cluster/Logs/ELA form
NOTE – Configure an ELA service on the Check Point management station and transfer a SIC
Certificate for the service to the Firewall to enable ELA logging. For configuration details, see
the Nortel Switched Firewall 2.3.3 User’s Guide and Command Reference, (213455-L).
The Cluster/Logs ELA (Check Point ELA Log) form is divided into the following two
sections:
„
General Settings
„
Pull SIC Certificate
General Settings displays the following fields:
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Status displays a list with two choices:
†
Disabled disables Check Point ELA logging.
†
Enabled enables Check Point ELA logging.
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Management Station IP provides an entry field to specify the IP address of the Check
Point SmartCenter Server where the Firewall log messages are sent.
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Minimum Severity provides a list that specifies the severity of messages logged and sent
to the ELA service.
†
emerg
†
alert
†
crit
†
err
†
warning
†
notice
†
info
†
debug
„
Management Station DN is the designated name of the Check Point SmartCenter Server.
„
Update submits the form changes to the pending configuration.
Pull SIC Certificate displays the following fields:
„
Firewall Director IP provides a list to specify the IP address of the individual Firewall for
update. TIP: Do not use the MIP address.
„
OPSEC Application Name is the name of the ELA service configured on the Check Point
SmartCenter Server. Use the name specified when creating the OPSEC application in the
Check Point SmartDashboard. TIP: Use a different OPSEC application for each Firewall.
„
OPSEC Password is the password used to configure the ELA service on the Check Point
Management Station.
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OPSEC Password (again) is used to verify the password.
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Submit is used to submit the form and update the certificate on the specified Firewall.
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Cluster/Logs/Archive form
Use the Cluster/Logs/Archive form to specify system log rotation and system log archiving
parameters (see Cluster/Logs/Archive form).
Figure 24 Cluster/Logs/Archive form
Fields and buttons on the Cluster/Logs/Archive form are as follows:
„
Email specifies an e-mail address for the administrator receiving the log.
„
SMTP Server IP specifies the IP address of the SMTP server in dotted decimal notation.
TIP: The SMTP Server must be configured to accept messages from the Firewall and a
Check Point policy must be present to allow these messages through the Firewall.
„
Rotate Size specifies the maximum size the log reached before rotation. If this parameter
is set at 0, then the size is ignored and only the log rotate interval is used.
„
Interval specifies, in days and hours, the interval at which the system log file is rotated.
„
Update submits the form changes to the pending configuration.
Log file rotation
Log files are rotated when the file reaches a specific size or age.
If the log file rotate size is set to 0, the file size is ignored and the rotate interval is used to
determine log rotation. TIP: Set the rotate interval in days and hours.
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If the log file rotate size is set to >0, log rotation occurs when one of the following conditions
is met:
„
The log file surpasses the rotate size.
„
The log file rotation interval is reached.
Rotated log files are managed in one of the following ways when rotation occurs:
„
The rotated log file is set aside.
„
The rotated log file is e-mailed. TIP: Specify an e-mail address and SMTP server IP
address.
When the log file is rotated, a new log file is started.
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Warnings form
Use the Cluster/Warnings form to enable or disable configuration warning messages (see
Cluster/Warnings form).
Figure 25 Cluster/Warnings form
Fields and buttons on the Cluster/Warnings form are as follows:
„
„
Warnings displays a list with two selections.
†
Disabled disables the display of warning messages about the state of pending
configuration changes when the global Apply command is issued.
†
Enabled enables the display of warning messages about the state of pending
configuration changes when the global Apply command is issued.
Update submits the Warning selection to the pending configuration.
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Network forms
The Network menu includes the following categories of forms:
„
DNS (see Network/DNS form on page 51)
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Ports (see Network/Ports form on page 52)
„
Routes
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†
Static (see Network/Routes/Static form on page 54)
†
Proxy ARP (see Network/Routes/Proxy ARP form on page 57)
†
Gateway (see Network/Routes/Gateway form on page 58)
†
OSPF
o
General (see Network/Routes/OSPF/General form on page 59)
o
Area Indexes (see Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes form on page 60)
o
Interfaces (see Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces form on page 62)
o
GRE Tunnels (see Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels form on page 64)
o
Redistribute (see Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute form on page 67)
DHCP Relay
†
General (see Network/DHCP Relay/General form on page 69)
†
Interfaces (see Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces form on page 70)
†
Servers (see Network/DHCP Relay/Servers form on page 72)
„
Interfaces (see Network/Interfaces form on page 74)
„
Bridges (see Network/Bridges form on page 78)
„
VRRP (see Network/VRRP form on page 80)
„
GRE Tunnels (see Network/GRE Tunnels form on page 82)
„
Status
†
Interface (see Network/Status/Interface form on page 85)
†
Link (see Network/Status/Link form on page 86)
†
Bridge Statistics (see Network/Status/Bridge Statistics form on page 87)
†
Bridge Mac Entries (see Network/Status/Bridge Mac Entries form on page 88)
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NOTE – The NSF provides administrators with the option to configure Layer 2 and Layer 3
firewalls. The Layer 2 and Layer 3 firewall configuration procedures differ only in the
configuration of the IP addresses. A Layer 3 firewall requires valid IP addresses for address 1
and address 2. A Layer 2 firewall requires no IP addresses. For detailed Layer 2 and Layer 3
configuration, see Nortel Switched Firewall 2.3.3 User’s Guide and Command Reference,
(213455-L).
DNS form
Use the Network/DNS form to specify the Domain Name Service (DNS) servers. Multiple
servers are allowed (see Network/DNS form).
Figure 26 Network/DNS form
Fields and buttons on the Network/DNS form are as follows:
„
IP Address specifies the IP address of a configured DNS server.
„
Action displays a Delete button if a DNS server is present.
„
New DNS IP provides an entry field to specify a new DNS server address. TIP: Use
dotted decimal notation.
„
Update submits the DNS server address changes to the pending configuration.
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Ports form
Use the Network/Ports form to configure network port settings (see Network/Ports form).
Figure 27 Network/Ports form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Ports form are as follows:
„
Port# specifies the port number on the Firewall.
„
Name provides the name of the port.
„
Autonegotiation provides two choices:
†
Yes indicates that autonegotiation is enabled.
†
No indicates that autonegotiation is disabled.
„
Speed specifies the port data rate, in Mbps, of 0, 10, 100, or 1000. TIP: Port speed is not
applicable if autonegotiation is enabled.
„
Mode provides two duplex options:
„
†
Half
†
Full
Action provides the option to modify a form and update port settings (see Network/Ports
Modify Port formFigure 28 on page 53).
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Network/Ports Modify Port form
Use the Network/Ports Modify Port form to modify the settings for a selected port.
Figure 28 Network/Ports Modify Port form
The following fields can be modified on the Network/Ports Modify Port form:
„
Identifier provides an entry field for a port number. TIP: Select a number between
1 and 6.
„
Name provides an entry field to specify a name for the port.
„
Autonegotiation Status provides a list with the following two selections:
„
†
Enabled enables port autonegotiation. TIP: Port speed setting is ignored if
autonegotiation is enabled.
†
Disabled disables port autonegotiation.
Speed provides a list with the following selections:
†
0 Mbps
†
10 Mbps
†
100 Mbps
†
1000 Mbps
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Mode provides for following two selections:
†
Half (duplex)
†
Full (duplex)
„
Update submits the port changes to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Network/Ports form without submitting changes to the pending
configuration.
Routes forms
Following are the four main categories of forms in the Network/Routes menu:
„
Static (see Network/Routes/Static form)
„
Proxy ARP (see Network/Routes/Proxy ARP form on page 57)
„
Gateway (see Network/Routes/Gateway form on page 58)
„
OSPF (see Network/Routes/OSPF/General form on page 59)
Network/Routes/Static form
Use the Network/Routes/Static form to view and configure static routes on the Firewall (see
Network/Routes/Static form).
Figure 29 Network/Routes/Static form
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Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/Static form are as follows:
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Destination IP specifies the IP address of the route destination. TIP: Use dotted decimal
notation.
„
Destination Mask specifies the subnet mask for the route destination. TIP: Use dotted
decimal notation.
„
Gateway IP specifies the IP address of the gateway. TIP: Use dotted decimal notation.
„
Actions provides two choices, which are visible only if routes are present:
„
†
Delete, to delete a route from the system.
†
Modify, to modify the parameters of a displayed route (see Network/Routes/Static
Modify Route form).
Add New Route adds a new route to the configuration (see Network/Routes/Static Add
Route form on page 56).
Network/Routes/Static Modify Route form
Use the Network/Routes/Static Modify Route form to modify the parameters of a displayed
route.
Figure 30 Network/Routes/Static Modify Route form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/Static Modify Route form are as follows:
„
Destination IP specifies the IP address of the route destination. TIP: Use dotted decimal
notation.
„
Destination Mask specifies the subnet mask for the route destination. TIP: Use dotted
decimal notation.
„
Gateway IP specifies the IP address of the gateway. TIP: Use dotted decimal notation.
„
Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Network/Routes/Static form without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
Network/Routes/Static Add Route form
Use the Network/Routes/Static Add Route form to add a new static route to the configuration.
Figure 31 Network/Routes/Static Add Route form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/Static Add Route form are as follows:
„
Destination IP specifies the IP address of the route destination. TIP: Use dotted decimal
notation.
„
Destination Mask specifies the subnet mask for the route destination. TIP: Use dotted
decimal notation.
„
Gateway IP specifies the IP address of the gateway. TIP: Use dotted decimal notation.
„
Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Network/Routes/Static form without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
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Network/Routes/Proxy ARP form
Use the Network/Routes/Proxy ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) form to view and
configure the Proxy ARP status and addresses that allow the Firewall to respond to Proxy ARP
requests (see Network/Routes/Proxy ARP form).
Figure 32 Network/Routes/Proxy ARP form
The Network/Routes/Proxy ARP form is divided into the following two sections:
„
General
„
Proxy ARP Addresses
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
General
†
†
„
Proxy Status contains a list displaying the following selections:
o
Disabled disables Proxy ARP for the cluster.
o
Enabled enables Proxy ARP for the cluster.
Update submits the Proxy status change to the pending configuration.
Proxy ARP Addresses
†
IP Address lists the IP addresses for which the Proxy provides ARPs in the cluster.
†
VRRP Group lists the VRRP group, if VRRP is set up, for which the Proxy provides
ARPs in the cluster.
†
Action provides the delete selection used to delete the IP address if at least one Proxy
ARP address is present.
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New Proxy ARP IP provides an entry field to specify an IP address. TIP: Use dotted
decimal format.
†
VRRP Group provides a list for VRRP group 1 or 2 selection.
†
Update submits the IP address changes to the pending configuration.
Network/Routes/Gateway form
Use the Network/Routes/Gateway form to specify the default gateway for the Firewall (see
Network/Routes/Gateway form).
Figure 33 Network/Routes/Gateway form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/Gateway form are as follows:
„
Gateway provides an entry field to configure the gateway for the system. TIP: Use dotted
decimal notation.
„
Update submits the form changes to the pending configuration.
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Network/Routes/OSPF forms
Following are the categories of Network/Routes/OSPF forms:
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General (see Network/Routes/OSPF/General form)
„
Area Indexes (see Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes form on page 60)
„
Interfaces (see Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces form on page 62)
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GRE Tunnels (see Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels form on page 64)
„
Redistribute (see Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute form on page 67)
Network/Routes/OSPF/General form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/General form to view and change the dynamic routing settings
for OSPF (see Network/Routes/OSPF/General form).
Figure 34 Network/Routes/OSPF/General form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Route/OSPF/General form are as follows:
„
Status displays a list with the following selections:
†
Disabled disables OSPF.
†
Enabled enables OSPF.
„
Spf Interval provides an entry field to set the time interval, in seconds, between each
calculation of the Shortest Path First (SPF).
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Spf Hold Time provides an entry field to set the minimum time OSPF retains a shortestpath calculation result to prevent another calculation from occurring too soon.
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Router Id 1 provides an entry field to set the OSPF Router ID for the first Firewall host.
TIP: OSPF uses the router ID to identify the routing device. If no router ID is specified, or
if the router ID is set to 0.0.0.0, the Firewall host is automatically selected as the router ID.
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Router Id 2 provides an entry field to set the OSPF Router ID for the second Firewall host.
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Save Setting submits the changes to the pending configuration.
Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes form to view and change the OSPF Area Index
settings (see Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes form).
Figure 35 Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes form are as follows:
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Id provides the index number for the Area Index attached to the Firewall.
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Enabled indicates whether the Area Index is enabled or disabled.
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Area Id provides the IP address identifying the Area Index.
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Type indicates whether the Area Index is Transit (default) or Stub.
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Actions provides the following selections if an Area ID is present:
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†
Delete deletes the Area Index adjacent to the button.
†
Modify opens a form for modifying the Area Index adjacent to the button.
Add New Area Index opens a form for configuring a new Area Index (see
Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes Add Area Index form on page 61).
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Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes Add New form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes Add New form to configure a new Area Index.
Figure 36 Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes Add Area Index form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes Add Area Index form are as
follows:
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Identifier provides a list with a numbers in a range from 1 to 16.
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Status provides a list with the following two selections:
†
Enabled enables the area.
†
Disabled disables the area.
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Area Id provides an entry field to set the OSPF area number. TIP: Use dotted decimal
notation.
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Type provides a list with the following two selections to set the area type:
†
transit
†
stub
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Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Network/Routes/OSPF/Area Indexes form without submitting changes
to the pending configuration.
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Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces form to display and change the OSPF Interfaces
settings that are required to attach an IP network to an OSPF area (see
Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces form).
Figure 37 Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces form are as follows:
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Id provides a numerical ID, between 1 and 255, for the interface.
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Enabled indicates OSPF Interfaces status as Yes or No.
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Area Index sets the OSPF area index to attach to the network for the current IP interface.
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Action provides a Modify button used to access a form to modify or update the OSPF
Interfaces. The Modify form displays a modified interface if interfaces are present (see
Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces Modify form on page 63).
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Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces Modify form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces Modify form to modify a selected interface.
Figure 38 Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces Modify form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/OSPF/Interfaces Modify form are as follows:
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Identifier sets the numerical ID for the interface between 1 and 255.
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Status provides a list with the following two options:
†
enabled enables the interface operational status.
†
disabled disables the interface operational status.
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Area Index provides a list to set the OSPF area index to attach to the network for this IP
interface.
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Priority sets the IP interface (IF) priority used when electing a Designated Router (DR)
and Backup Designated Router (BDR) for the area. TIP: The default is 1.
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Cost 1 provides an entry field to set the cost of output routes for first Firewall host.
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Cost 2 provides an entry field to set the cost of output routes for the second Firewall host.
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Hello provides an entry field to set the hello interval in seconds.
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Dead provides an entry field to set the router dead interval in seconds.
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Transmit provides a list to set the transmit delay in seconds.
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Retransmit provides a list to set the time interval in seconds.
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Authentication provides a list to set the authentication type for the interface, with the
following selections:
†
None
†
Password
†
MD5
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Key provides an entry field to set the password used for OSPF authentication when the
authentication options is set to password.
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MD5 Auth Key provides an entry field to set the password used for OSPF authentication
when the authentication options is set to MD5.
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Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Network/Routes/OSPF Interfaces without submitting the changes to
the pending configuration.
Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels form to display and change the GRE tunnels (see
Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels form).
Figure 39 Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels form are as follows:
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Id provides the numerical ID for the GRE tunnel.
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Enabled provides the status of the GRE tunnel.
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Area Index sets the OSPF area index to attach to the network for the current GRE Tunnel.
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Action provides the following two options:
†
Delete deletes a selected GRE tunnel.
†
Modify provides a form to modify a selected GRE tunnel (see
Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels Modify form).
Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels Modify form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels Modify form to modify GRE tunnel settings.
Figure 40 Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels Modify form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels Modify form are as follows:
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Identifier provides the numerical ID of the GRE tunnel.
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Status provides a list with the following two choices:
„
†
Enabled enables the GRE tunnel.
†
Disabled disables the GRE tunnel.
Area Index provides a list to select a value to set the OSPF area index to attach to the
network for the current GRE Tunnel.
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Priority provides a list to set the GRE Tunnel priority used to elect a Designated Router
(DR) and Backup Designated Router (BDR) for the area. TIP: A value of 0 specifies that
the elected GRE Tunnel is DROTHER and cannot be used as a DR or BDR.
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Cost1 provides an entry field to set the cost of output routes for the first Firewall host.
TIP: Cost is based on bandwidth. Low cost indicates high bandwidth.
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Cost 2 provides an entry field to sets the cost of output routes for the second Firewall host.
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Hello provides an entry field to set the hello interval in seconds. TIP: The value must be
the same on all routing devices within the area.
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Dead provides an entry field to set the router dead interval value, in seconds. TIP: The
dead value is typically four times the value of "hello." This value must be the same on all
routing devices within the same area.
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Transmit provides a list to set the transmit delay, in seconds. TIP: This value must be the
same on all routing devices within the area.
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Retransmit provides a list to set the time interval, in seconds, between each transmission
of LSAs to adjacencies on this GRE Tunnel. TIP: This value must be the same on all
routing devices within the area.
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Authentication provides a list to set the authentication type.
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Key provides an entry field to specify the password to be used for OSPF authentication.
TIP: Specify a type 1 (plain text) password of up to 16 characters.
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MD5 Auth Key provides an entry field to set the password to be used for OSPF
authentication. TIP: Specify a password of up to 16 characters.
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Update submits the OSPF GRE changes to the pending configuration and returns to the
Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE form.
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Back returns to the Network/Routes/OSPF/GRE Tunnels page without submitting the
OSPF GRE settings to the pending configuration.
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Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute form to display and modify the OSPF
Redistribution settings (see Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute form).
Figure 41 Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes OSPF/Redistribute form are as follows:
„
„
OSPF Redistribution displays the following three settings:
†
Connected
†
Static
†
Default Gateway
Enabled
†
Yes indicates that the setting is enabled.
†
No indicates that the setting is disabled.
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Metric is the numeric value used by OSPF for all redistributed routes.
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Metric Type is the OSPF exterior metric type for redistributed routes.
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RMAP is the OSPF Connected Redistribute RMAP number.
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Action provides the following selection:
†
Modify provides a form to modify the connected route redistribution (see
Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute Modify form on page 68).
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Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute Modify form
Use the Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute Modify form to modify the connected route
redistribution.
Figure 42 Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute Modify form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute Modify form are as follows:
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Status provides a list with two selections:
†
enabled enables the connected route redistribution
†
disabled disables the connected route redistribution
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Metric provides an entry field for the metric used by all redistributed connected routes.
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Metric Type provides a list with the following two selections of OSPF exterior metric
types for redistributed routes:
†
t1 applies additional calculations
†
t2 does not apply additional calculations
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RMAP provides a list to select values in a range from 0 to 10.
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Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Network/Routes/OSPF/Redistribute form without submitting the
changes to the pending configuration.
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DHCP Relay forms
The three DHCP Relay forms are:
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General
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Interfaces
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Servers
Network/DHCP Relay/General form
Use the Network/DHCP Relay/General form to display DHCP Relay settings and statistics
(see Network/DHCP Relay/General form).
Figure 43 Network/DHCP Relay/General form
The Network/DHCP Relay/General form is presented in the following two sections:
„
DHCP Relay Settings
„
DHCP Relay Statistics
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
DHCP Relay Settings
†
†
DHCP Relay Status provides a list with the following two selections:
o
Disabled disables DHCP Relay.
o
Enabled enables DHCP Relay.
Update submits changes to the pending configuration.
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DHCP Relay Statistics
†
†
DHCP Relay Statistics provides a list containing the following two selections:
o
Show DHCP Relay statistics
o
Clear DHCP Relay statistics
Submit submits changes to the pending configuration.
Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces form
Use the Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces form to configure the DHCP relay requests into the
network (see Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces form).
Figure 44 Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces form
Fields and buttons on the network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces form are as follows:
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Id provides the interface identifier.
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IP Address is the interface IP address.
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DHCP Allowed
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†
Yes
†
No
Action provides the following option:
†
Modify is used to change the selected DHCP Relay Interface (see Network/DHCP
Relay/Interfaces Modify form on page 71).
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Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces Modify form
Use the Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces Modify form to modify a selected DHCP Relay
Interface.
Figure 45 Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces Modify form
Fields and buttons on the Network/DHCP Relay/Interfaces Modify form are as follows:
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Identifier is the interface identifier.
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IP Address is the interface IP address.
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DHCP Requests enables or disables access for DHCP clients through the interface.
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Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Network/DHCP/Relay/Interfaces form without submitting changes to
the pending configuration.
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Network/DHCP Relay/Servers form
Use the Network/DHCP Relay/Servers form to display and modify the information about the
DHCP Relay Servers (see Network/DHCP Relay/Servers form).
Figure 46 Network/DHCP Relay/Servers form
Fields and buttons on the Network/DHCP Relay/Servers form, when DHCP servers are
configured, are as follows:
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Id provides the internal ID of the DHCP server.
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Enabled
†
Yes indicates that the DHCP server is enabled.
†
No indicates that the DHCP server is disabled.
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IP Address specifies the IP address of the DHCP server.
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VRRP Group specifies the affinity to VRRP Group in active-active mode.
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Actions provides the following two options:
„
†
Modify provides a form to modify the server information.
†
Delete deletes the selected server.
Add New Server (see Network/DHCP Relay/Servers Add New Server form on page 73).
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Network/DHCP Relay/Servers Add New Server form
Use the Network/DHCP Relay/Servers Add New Server form to add a new DHCP server.
Figure 47 Network/DHCP Relay/Servers Add New Server form
Fields and buttons on the Network/DHCP Relay/Servers Add New Server form are as follows:
„
Identifier provides a numerical list with a range from 1 to 8 to specify the internal ID of
the DHCP server.
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Status provides a list with the following two selections:
†
Enabled enables the user of DHCP services.
†
Disabled disables the user of DHCP services.
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IP Address provides a field to specify the IP address of the DHCP server.
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VRRPG provides a numerical list with a choice of 1 or 2 to specify the affinity to VRRP
Group in active-active mode.
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Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Network/DHCP Relay Servers form without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
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Interfaces form
Use the Network/Interfaces form to view and configure the settings for individual interfaces
(see Network/Interfaces form).
Figure 48 Network/Interfaces form
The Firewall can be configured with up to 255 IP interfaces, each representing the Firewall on
the IP subnet. Fields and buttons on the Network/Interfaces form are as follows:
„
Id specifies the numerical ID, between 1 and 255, for the interface and can be used to
specify the interface when configuring a new route.
„
Enabled
†
Yes indicates that the interface is enabled.
†
No indicates that the interface is disabled.
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Address1 specifies the IP address of the interface. TIP: Use the dotted decimal notation.
„
Address2 specifies the second IP address of the interface. TIP: Address2 is used in an
active-active and active-standby VRRP configuration.
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Vlan Id specifies the numerical ID for a VLAN on the interface.
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Port associates the interface with a single port.
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VRRP specifies the Virtual Router ID and IP address of IP interfaces configured for highavailability and active-active. TIP: Use the virtual IP address to access the firewall with
enhanced security.
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Actions provides the following two options:
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Modify (only visible if interfaces are present) is used to modify a displayed interface
(see Network/Interfaces Modify form on page 75).
†
Delete (only visible if interfaces are present) is used to delete an interface from the
system.
Add New Interface adds a new interface to the configuration (see Network/Interfaces Add
New Interface form on page 77).
Network/Interfaces Modify form
Use the Network/Interfaces Modify form to modify interfaces.
Figure 49 Network/Interfaces Modify form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Interfaces Modify form are as follows:
„
General Settings
†
Identifier provides a list to select a numerical ID, between 1 and 255, for the interface.
†
Status provides a list to enable or disable the interface operation.
†
Management provides a list to enable or disable management through the interface.
†
IP Address 1 provides an entry field to specify the IP address for the interface of the
Firewall host 1.
†
IP Address 2 provides an entry field to specify the IP address for the interface of the
Firewall host 2.
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†
Subnet Mask provides an entry field to specify the subnet mask of the interface.
†
Vlan Id provides a list to select the numerical ID, between 0 and 4094, for the VLAN.
†
Port provides a list to select a port number, between 1 and 6 for the 5109 and 5111NE1 hardware platforms, or 1 and 4 for other hardware platforms, to associate with
the interface ID number.
VRRP Settings
†
Ip1 provides an entry field to specify the first virtual IP address for the interface.
†
Ip2 provides an entry field to specify the second virtual IP address for the interface
(applied for VRRP Active-Active).
†
Vrid provides a list to select a numerical ID, between 1 and 255, for the virtual router.
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Update submits changes to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Network/Interfaces form without submitting changes to the pending
configuration.
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Network/Interfaces Add Interface form
Use the Network/Interfaces Add Interface form to add a new interface.
Figure 50 Network/Interfaces Add New Interface form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Interfaces Add New Interface form are as follows:
„
„
General Settings
†
Identifier provides a list to select a numerical ID, between 1 and 255, for the interface.
†
Status provides a list to enable or disable the interface operation.
†
Management provides a list to enable of disable management through the interface.
†
IP Address 1 provides an entry field to specify the IP address for the interface of the
Firewall host 1.
†
IP Address 2 provides an entry field to specify the IP address for the interface of the
Firewall host 2.
†
Subnet Mask provides an entry field to specify the subnet mask of the interface.
†
Vlan Id provides a list to select the numerical ID, between 0 and 4094, for the VLAN.
†
Port provides a list to select a port number to associate with the interface ID number.
VRRP Settings
†
Ip1 provides an entry field to specify the first virtual IP address of the interface.
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Ip2 provides an entry field to specify the second virtual IP address for the interface
(applied for VRRP Active-Active).
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Vrid provides a list to select a numerical ID, between 1 and 255, for the virtual router.
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Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Network/Interfaces form without submitting changes to the pending
configuration.
Bridges form
Use the Network Bridges form to view and configure settings for bridges (see
Network/Bridges form).
Figure 51 Network/Bridges form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Bridges form are as follows:
„
Id specifies the numerical ID, between 1 and 25, for the bridge.
„
Enabled displays the bridge operational status as Yes or No.
„
Address1 specifies the address #1 of the bridge.
„
Address2 specifies the address #2 of the bridge.
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Vlan Id specifies the numerical ID, between 0 and 4094, for the VLAN.
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Ports specifies the port number associated with the bridge ID.
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Ageing Time specifies the bridge ageing time in seconds.
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VRRP specifies the virtual router ID and IP address of the IP interface configured for high
availability or active–active.
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Actions provides the following two options:
„
†
Delete deletes the selected bridge.
†
Modify provides a form to modify the selected bridge.
Add New Bridge (see Network/Bridges Add New Bridge form on page 79).
Network/Bridges Add New Bridge form
Use the Network/Bridges Add New Bridge form to add a new bridge to the configuration.
Figure 52 Network/Bridges Add New Bridge form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Bridges Add New Bridge form are as follows:
„
General Settings
†
Identifier provides a list to select a numerical ID, between 1 and 25, for the bridge.
†
Status provides a list to select enabled or disabled for bridge status.
†
IP Address1 provides an entry field to specify real IP address #1 for the bridge.
†
IP Address2 provides an entry field to specify real IP address #2 for the bridge.
†
Subnet Mask provides an entry field to specify the subnet mast for the bridge.
†
Bridge Ageing Time provides an entry field to specify the bridge ageing time in
seconds.
†
Vlan Id specifies the numerical ID, between 0 and 4094, for the VLAN.
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Ports specifies the port number associated with the bridge ID.
VRRP Settings
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Vrid provides a list to select the numerical ID, between 1 and 255, for the virtual
router on the bridge.
†
Ip1 provides an entry field to specify virtual IP address #1 for the interface.
†
Ip2 provides an entry field to specify virtual IP address #2 for the interface (applied
for VRRP Active-Active).
†
Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
†
Back returns to the Network/Bridges form without submitting changes to the pending
configuration.
VRRP form
Use the Network/VRRP form to view and configure the VRRP parameters for the cluster (see
Network/VRRP form).
Figure 53 Network/VRRP form
Fields and buttons on the Network/VRRP form are as follows:
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High Availability (also called active-standby) provides a list with the following two
selections:
†
Disabled indicates that high availability VRRP is disabled.
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Enabled indicates that high availability VRRP is enabled. TIP: Two Firewall hosts
must be in the cluster to apply high availability VRRP. High availability VRRP
cannot be enabled when active-active VRRP or ClusterXL is enabled.
Active-Active provides a list with the following two selections:
†
Disabled indicates that active-active VRRP is disabled.
†
Enabled indicates that active-active VRRP is enabled. TIP: Two Firewall hosts must
be in the cluster to apply active-active VRRP. Active-active VRRP cannot be enabled
when high availability VRRP or ClusterXL is enabled.
ClusterXL provides a list with the following two selections:
†
Enabled indicates that ClusterXL is enabled. TIP: Two Firewall hosts must be in the
cluster in order to apply ClusterXL. ClusterXL cannot be enabled when high
availability VRRP or active–active is enabled.
†
Disabled indicates that ClusterXL is disabled.
„
Advertisement Interval is used to set the interval between advertisement messages. TIP:
Set the advertisement interval in seconds between 3 and 3600.
„
Garp Broadcast Interval is used to set the value that, when multiplied by the
Advertisement Interval, determines the interval between Gratuitous ARP (GARP)
messages. TIP: The interval between GARP messages is set, in seconds, between 2 and
100.
„
Garp Delay Interval displays, and permits setting of, the current GARP Delay Interval in
seconds. TIP: The default value is 1 and the range is between 1 and 600, in seconds.
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Advance FailOver Check
„
„
†
Enabled indicates that AFC is enabled and the system is set to ARP before initiating a
failover caused by missed VRRP advertisements.
†
Disabled indicates that AFC is disabled.
Preferred Master provides a list with the following three selections:
†
disabled
†
host 1
†
host 2
Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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GRE Tunnels form
Use the Network/GRE Tunnels form to view and modify GRE Tunnels settings (see
Network/GRE Tunnels form).
Figure 54 Network/GRE Tunnels form
Fields and buttons on the Network/GRE Tunnels form are as follows:
„
Id specifies the numerical ID for the GRE tunnel in a range between 1 and 5.
„
Name specifies the name given to the GRE tunnel.
„
Enabled provides the status of the GRE tunnel.
„
Physical Interface specifies the physical interface number for the GRE tunnel in a range
between 1 and 255.
„
Remote Addr specifies the remote IP address for the GRE tunnel.
„
Host 1 Tunnel provides the tunnel source IP address, destination IP address, and IP Mask
specified for host 1.
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Host 2 Tunnel provides the tunnel source IP address, destination IP address, and IP Mask
specified for host 2. TIP: Configure host 2 when VRRP HA or Active-Active is activated.
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Actions provides the following two options:
†
Delete deletes the selected GRE tunnel.
†
Modify provides a form to modify the settings for the selected GRE tunnel.
Add New GRE Tunnel (see Network/GRE Tunnels Add New GRE Tunnel form).
Network/GRE Tunnels Add new GRE Tunnel form
Use the Network/GRE Tunnels Add New GRE Tunnel form to add a new GRE tunnel to the
configuration.
Figure 55 Network/GRE Tunnels Add New GRE Tunnel form
Fields and buttons on the Network/GRE Tunnels Add new GRE Tunnel form are as follows:
„
Add GRE Tunnel
†
Identifier provides a list to specify the numerical ID, between 1 and 5, for the GRE
tunnel.
†
Name provides an entry field to specify the GRE tunnel name.
†
Status provides a list containing two selections:
o
Disabled
o
Enabled
†
Physical Interface provides a list to specify a numerical value between 1 and 255.
†
Remote Address provides an entry field to specify the remote IP address of the GRE
tunnel.
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Host 1 Tunnel
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Source IP provides an entry field for the tunnel source IP address for host 1.
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Destination IP provides an entry field for the tunnel destination IP address for host 1.
†
Mask provides an entry field for the tunnel subnet mask.
Host 2 Tunnel
†
Source IP provides an entry field for the tunnel source IP address for host 2.
†
Destination IP provides an entry field for the tunnel destination IP address for host 2.
†
Mask provides an entry field for the tunnel subnet mask.
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Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Network/GRE Tunnels form without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
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Status forms
Following are four Network/Status forms:
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Interface (see Network/Status/Interface form)
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Link (see Network/Status/Link form on page 86)
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Bridge Statistics (see Network/Status/Bridge Statistics form on page 87)
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Bridge Mac Entries (see Network/Status/Bridge Mac Entries form on page 88)
Network/Status/Interface form
The Network/Status/Interface form provides runtime information for all Ethernet ports on the
Firewall. Information includes errors, dropped packets, overruns, and frames for all
transmitted and received packets, in addition to number of carriers and overruns for all
transmitted (TX) packets (see Network/Status/Interface form). The Firewall Director list
provides the option of selecting all or individual interfaces.
Figure 56 Network/Status/Interface form
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Network/Status/Link form
Use the Network/Status/Link form to obtain information about all network interface ports (see
Network/Status/Link form).
Figure 57 Network/Status/Link form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Status/Link form are as follows:
„
Firewall Director provides a list of all hosts on the system. You can select ALL or
individual hosts.
„
Update provides information about the selected hosts.
„
Port No. provides the port number on the selected host.
„
Link Status displays the link as UP or DOWN.
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Autoneg specifies whether autonegotiation is set on the port.
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Speed specifies the link speed in Mbps as 10, 100, or 1000.
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Mode specifies the operating mode as Full Duplex or Half Duplex.
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Network/Status/Bridge Statistics form
Use the Network/Status/Bridge Statistics form to view the bridge statistics for the selected
firewall (see Network/Status/Bridge Statistics form).
Figure 58 Network/Status/Bridge Statistics form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Status/Bridge Statistics form are as follows:
„
Firewall Director provides a list of hosts in the system.
„
Refresh provides the statistics for the selected host.
„
Bridge Name specifies the name of the selected bridge.
„
Bridge Id specifies the ID of the selected bridge.
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STP Enabled indicates whether or not STP is active.
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Interfaces provides statistics for the interfaces on the bridge.
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Network/Status/Bridge Mac Entries form
Use the Network/Status/Bridge Mac Entries form to display the bridge MAC entries for the
selected Firewall Director (see Network/Status/Bridge Mac Entries form).
Figure 59 Network/Status/Bridge Mac Entries form
Fields and buttons on the Network/Status/Bridge Mac Entries form are as follows:
„
Firewall Director provides a list to select the Firewall Director for bridge MAC entry
display.
„
Refresh provides the information for the selected Firewall Director.
„
Bridge No. provides the numerical ID of the bridge.
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Port provides the port number of the bridge.
„
Mac Address provides the MAC Address of the bridge.
„
Local specifies whether the bridge is local.
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Ageing Timer displays the ageing timer.
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Firewall forms
The Firewall menu includes the following five categories of forms:
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Settings (see Settings form)
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License Management (see License Management form on page 91)
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Installed Licenses (see Installed License(s) form on page 93)
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Synchronization (see Synchronization form on page 94)
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SMART Clients (see SMART Clients form on page 95)
„
SecurID (see Firewall/SecurID form on page 96)
Settings form
Use the Firewall/Settings form to change the Firewall status and reset Secure Internal
Communications (see Firewall/Settings form).
Figure 60 Firewall/Settings form
The Firewall/Settings form is divided into three sections:
„
General
„
Smart Update Management
„
Secure Internal Communication
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Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
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General
†
†
„
o
Enabled indicates that Check Point FireWall-1 NGX is processing on the
Firewall.
o
Disabled indicates that Check Point FireWall-1 NGX is not processing on the
Firewall.
Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
Smart Update Management
†
†
„
Status provides a list with these selections:
Status provides a list with the following two selections:
o
Enabled indicates that Check Point SmartUpdate software updating is enabled.
TIP: Disable SmartUpdate management when software update is complete.
o
Disabled indicates that Check Point SmartUpdate software updating is disabled.
Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
Secure Internal Communication is used to establish Secure Internal Communications
(SIC) between the management station and the Firewall.
†
List of Hosts lists the Firewall hosts by IP address.
†
Password provides a field to enter the Check Point SIC password. TIP: This
password differs from the login password.
†
Password (again) provides a field to reenter and confirm the Check Point SIC
password.
†
Reset SIC resets SIC for the Firewall.
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License Management form
Use the Firewall/Licenses form to modify or install additional Check Point licenses on the
Firewall (see Firewall/License Management form).
Figure 61 Firewall/License Management form
Fields and buttons on the Firewall/License Management form are as follows:
„
IP Address is the address for the Firewall.
„
In Use
†
Yes indicates that the IP address is currently assigned to a Firewall.
†
No indicates that the IP address is available to configure a new Firewall.
„
Licenses shows the number of Check Point licenses currently configured for each IP
address.
„
Actions provides two choices, which are visible only if entries are present.
„
†
Click Modify to modify the Check Point licenses for the IP address.
†
Click Delete to delete the Check Point licenses for the IP address.
Add New License Entry provides a form that permits addition of Check Point licenses for
the IP address (see Firewall/License Management/Add New License Entry form on page
92).
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Firewall/License Management/Add New License Entry form
Use the Firewall/License Management/Add New License Entry form to add Check Point
licenses.
Figure 62 Firewall/License Management/Add New License Entry form
The Firewall/License Management/Add New License Entry form is divided into three
sections:
„
General Settings
„
Current Licenses
„
Add New License
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
General—IP Address provides an entry field to specify the host IP address associated with
the new license.
„
Current Licenses
†
Expiration provides an entry field to specify the Check Point License expiration date.
†
Features provides an entry field to specify the Check Point License feature string.
†
License provides an entry field to specify the Check Point License string.
†
Delete deletes the current license.
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Add New Licenses
†
Expiration Date provides an entry field to specify the Check Point License expiration
date.
†
Feature String provides an entry field to specify the Check point License feature
string.
†
License String provides an entry field to specify the Check Point License string.
†
Save Page submits the changes to the pending configuration.
†
Back returns to the Firewall/Licenses form without submitting changes to the pending
configuration.
Installed License(s) form
Use the Firewall/Installed License(s) form to display information about current Check Point
Licenses (see Firewall/Installed License(s) form).
Figure 63 Firewall/Installed License(s) form
Fields and buttons on the Firewall/Installed License(s) form are as follows:
„
Director IP provides a list of Director IP addresses.
†
Click Submit to request license information for the selected IP address.
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Host identifies the host associated with the license information.
„
Expiration provides the license expiration date.
„
Signature provides the Check Point License string.
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Features provides the Check Point license features.
Synchronization form
Use the Firewall/Synchronization form to display the cluster synchronization status and enable
or disable cluster synchronization (see Firewall/Synchronization form).
Figure 64 Firewall/Synchronization form
NOTE – Firewall synchronization provides for stateful failover of open sessions when a master
is backed up by the backup master.
Fields and buttons on the Firewall/Synchronization form are as follows:
„
„
Status displays a list providing two selections:
†
Enabled indicates that cluster synchronization is enabled.
†
Disabled indicates that cluster synchronization is disabled.
Save Settings submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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SMART Clients form
The Firewall/SMART Clients form displays, and allows modification to, SMART Clients
addresses. This form also provides a field to add a new SMART Client (see Firewall/SMART
Clients form).
Figure 65 Firewall/SMART Clients form
Fields and buttons on the Firewall/SMART Clients form are as follows:
„
IP Address provides the IP Address of any configured SMART Clients.
„
Action provides fields to delete or modify any present SMART Clients.
„
New SMART Client IP provides a field to enter a new SMART Client IP address.
„
Update submits the new SMART Client IP address to the pending configuration.
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SecurID form
The SecurID form provides access to a two-factor form method for centralized authentication
and management (see Firewall/SecurID form). For more information about SecurID, see the
Nortel Switched Firewall 5100 Series User’s Guide and Command Reference (213455-L).
Figure 66 Firewall/SecurID form
The SecurID form is divided into two sections.
Fields and buttons on the SecurID Interface Settings section are as follows:
„
SecurID Interface IP Address specifies the Master Firewall external interface used to
communicate with the SecurID server.
„
Click Update to submit the SecurID interface address change to the pending
configuration.
Fields and buttons on the Import SecurID Configuration section are as follows:
„
File specifies the SecurID configuration file name. TIP: Click Browse to locate and select
a file name.
„
Click Import to import the SecurID configuration specified in the sdconf.rec file.
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Operation forms
The Operation menu includes the following three categories of forms:
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Director(s) (see Director(s) form)
„
Configuration (see Configuration form on page 98)
„
Image Update (see Image Update forms on page 99)
Director(s) form
Use the Operation/Director(s) form to control the Firewall (see Operation/Director(s) form).
Figure 67 Operation/Director(s) form
Fields and buttons on the Operation/Director(s) form are as follows:
„
ID specifies the ID of any configured Firewall.
„
Name describes the name and IP address of any configured Firewall.
„
Action provides three management choices for the selected Firewall:
†
Halt stops operation of the Firewall.
†
Reboot shuts the Firewall down and restarts it.
†
Delete removes the Firewall from the configuration.
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Configuration form
Use the Operation/Configuration form to export or import configuration files (see
Operation/Configuration form).
Figure 68 Operation/Configuration form
The Operation/Configuration form is divided into two sections:
„
Export Cluster Configuration
„
Import Cluster Configuration
Fields and buttons on the form are:
„
Export Cluster Configuration
†
Secret key provides a case-sensitive entry field to create a secret key used to encrypt
the settings. TIP: The secret key must be supplied again when the configuration is
imported.
o
„
Export is used to export the configuration. TIP: Depending on the browser type,
the administrator can have the option to send output to a file or to the display.
Output is sent to the display can be captured using Copy and Paste functions.
Import Cluster Configuration
†
File provides a field to type in a configuration file name to import.
o
†
Browse provides access to a library of configuration files, if available, for
selection of a configuration file to import.
Secret key provides a case-sensitive entry field. TIP: The import secret key is used to
decrypt the configuration settings.
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Import causes the BBI to restart immediately, using the replacement configuration.
TIP: No Apply command is required in conjunction with Import.
WARNING – IMPORT CAUSES REPLACEMENT OF THE CURRENT CONFIGURATION, AND ALL
PREVIOUS CONFIGURATION SETTINGS, BY THE IMPORTED CONFIGURATION. ALL CHANGES
PENDING AT THE TIME OF THE IMPORT ARE LOST. THE REVERT COMMAND CANNOT BE USED
TO RECOVER THE PREVIOUS CONFIGURATION.
Image Update forms
Operation/Image Update provides two forms:
„
Packages (see Operation/Image Update/Packages form)
„
Patches (see Operation/Image Update/Patches form on page 101)
Operation/Image Update/Packages form
Use the Operation/Image Update/Packages form to obtain information about software running
on the firewall and to update the NSF software from the browser (see Operation/Image
Update/Packages form).
Figure 69 Operation/Image Update/Packages form
The Operation/Image Update/Packages form is divided into the following two sections:
„
Installed Packages
„
Upload New Package
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Fields and buttons on the Operation/Image Update/Packages form are as follows:
„
Installed Packages
†
Version provides the NSF software version running on the cluster.
†
Name provides the name of the software package.
†
Status indicates software package status as follows:
†
„
o
permanent—the version that is currently running
o
old—the previous version is displayed if at least one version has been uploaded
and activated
o
unpacked—a version downloaded, but not activated TIP: The code must be
unpacked as part of the activation process.
Actions provides the following selections:
o
Activate reboots the Firewall host with the selected software version.
o
Delete removes the selected software version from storage.
Upload New Package
†
File provides a field to enter a software package file name.
†
Browse provides navigation to the file location to select a file to upload.
†
Submit uploads the selected software package.
Browser-based software update
A browser-based software update differs from a CLI-based software update, because a TFTP
or FTP server is not required to upload software.
To perform a browser-based software update, do the following:
„
Use the browser to locate and download the software update .pkg file from the Nortel web
site to the Windows Desktop.
„
Open the NSF BBI.
„
Select the Operation/Image Update/Packages form and do the following:
†
To locate and select the software .pkg file, click Browse .
†
To load the latest software update on the Firewall, click Submit .
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NOTE – Activating the software using the browser disables remote access to the Firewall. Use
the local console to re-enter the Check Point License and reload the remote access policy to
restore remote, or browser, access.
Operation/Image Update/Patches form
Use the Operation/Image Update/Patches form to obtain information about existing patches
and to install or uninstall patches (see Operation/Image Update/Patches form).
Figure 70 Operation/Image Update/Patches form
The Operation/Image Update/Patches form is divided into the following two sections:
„
Installed Patches
„
Install New Patch
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
„
Installed patches
†
File Name provides the file name of patches installed on the system.
†
Action provides an Un-install button to remove the selected patch.
Install New Patch
†
File provides an entry field to record the name of a patch to install.
†
Click Browse to view patch file names to select.
†
Click Install to install the selected patch.
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Administration forms
The Administration forms provide access to administering and monitoring aspects of the
Firewall, such as user information, web settings, and SNMP activity.
The Administration forms menu includes the following categories of forms:
„
Monitor (see Monitor forms)
„
Users (see Users forms on page 110)
„
Access List (see Access List form on page 115)
„
Telnet-SSH (see Telnet-SSH form on page 117)
„
Web (see Web forms on page 118)
„
SNMP (see SNMP forms on page 126)
„
SSH Keys (see SSH Keys form on page 135)
„
RADIUS (see RADIUS form on page 138)
„
APC UPS (see APC UPS form on page 141)
„
Audit (see Audit form on page 142)
Monitor forms
Administration/Monitor provides the following seven forms for monitoring aspects of Firewall
health and operation:
„
Director(s) (see Administration/Monitor/Director(s) form on page 103)
„
Alarms (see Administration/Monitor/Alarms form on page 104)
„
Syslog (see Administration/Monitor/Syslog form on page 105)
„
APC UPS Status (see Administration/Monitor/APC UPS Status form on page 106)
„
GUI Lock (see Administration/Monitor/GUI Lock form on page 107)
„
CLI Logins (see Administration/Monitor/CLI Logins form on page 108)
„
About (see Administration/Monitor/About form on page 109)
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Administration/Monitor/Director(s) form
The Administration/Monitor/Director(s) form displays Firewall director details and application
status (see Administration/Monitor/Director(s) form).
Figure 71 Administration/Monitor/Director(s) form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Monitor/Director(s) form are as follows:
„
List of iSDs provides a list containing individual iSD selections or ALL.
†
Refresh updates the display with the details for the selection from the list of iSDs.
„
Director Name provides the name of the Firewall Director.
„
System Name provides the designated name of the system.
„
Management IP provides the Management IP (MIP) of the Firewall.
„
MAC Address provides the MAC address of the Firewall.
„
System Uptime provides the time, in Hours:Minutes:Seconds, since the last boot of the
Firewall.
„
Hard Disk Usage provides the percentage of hard disk space used on the Firewall.
„
Memory Usage provides the percentage of memory used on the Firewall.
„
CPU Load provides the percentage of CPU used on the Firewall.
„
Application provides a list of the current applications running on the Firewall.
„
Current Status provides the current status of the applications: running or disabled.
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Uptime provides the time, in Hours:Minutes:Seconds, since the applications started.
„
To help determine which physical host is using a particular IP Address, click Beep
Firewall Director to cause multiple beeps to be emitted at the host.
Administration/Monitor/Alarms form
The Administration/Monitor/Alarms form provides information about alarm status (see
Administration/Monitor/Alarms form).
Figure 72 Administration/Monitor/Alarms form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Monitor/Alarms form are as follows:
„
Name provides the name of the alarm.
„
Sender provides the IP address of the alarm source.
„
Cause describes the cause of the alarm.
„
Severity provides the severity level of the alarm:
†
Critical
†
Major
†
Minor
†
Warning
„
Time provides the time the event occurred.
„
Action permits deletion of the selected alarm.
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Administration/Monitor/Syslog form
The Administration/Monitor/Syslog form displays the system logs for the Firewall based on
selected search criteria (see Administration/Monitor/Syslog form).
Figure 73 Administration/Monitor/Syslog form
The Administration/Monitor/Syslog form is divided into the following two sections:
„
Log Details
„
Syslog Details
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
Log Details
„
Log ID provides a list containing names of existing log IDs. Expand provides the log
details for the selected Log ID.
Syslog Details
„
Host IP provides a list of Firewall IP addresses that have logs.
„
Search String provides an entry field to specify a string to search for the message body.
TIP: All messages with a substring matching the characters in this field are displayed if
Search is selected.
„
Quick Choice is a list that provides a list of predefined basic search strings as follows:
†
All critical messages (CRITICAL)
†
All error messages (ERROR)
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All info messages (INFO)
†
All notice messages (NOTICE)
†
All warning messages (WARNING)
„
Messages Per Page provides the maximum number of messages displayed for each
request.
„
Case Sensitive provides a check box to select or deselect case sensitivity in the search.
„
Search executes the log search using the defined parameters. TIP: When the search is
complete, a list of messages matching the search criterion appears at the bottom of the
form.
Administration/Monitor/APC UPS Status form
The Administration/Monitor/APC UPS Status form provides information about status of the
American Power Corporation uninterrupted power supply (APC UPS) (see
Administration/Monitor/APC UPS Status form).
Figure 74 Administration/Monitor/APC UPS Status form
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Administration/Monitor/GUI Lock form
The Administration/Monitor/GUI Lock form allows an administrator to take control of the
GUI lock and provide an alert message to other users (see Administration/Monitor/GUI Lock
form). Taking control of the GUI lock prevents firewall configuration conflicts between
concurrent user sessions.
Figure 75 Administration/Monitor/GUI Lock form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Monitor/GUI Lock form are as follows:
„
User Message provides an entry field for the administrator taking control of the GUI lock
to create a message. This message displays to other administrators until the controller of
the lock releases it.
„
to take control of the GUI lock, click Take The Lock . The Lock form appears.
Fields and buttons on the Lock form are as follows:
„
User Name provides an entry field to specify the name of the administrator who has taken
control of the GUI lock.
„
Lock Time provides an entry field to specify the time the GUI lock was taken.
Return to the Lock form to release the lock and do the following:
„
To release the GUI lock before closing the current session, click Release The Lock.
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Administration/Monitor/CLI Logins form
The Administration/Monitor/CLI Logins form provides information about CLI Login sessions
on the Firewall (see Administration/Monitor/CLI Logins form).
Figure 76 Administration/Monitor/CLI Logins form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Monitor/CLI Logins form are as follows:
„
Logged In On specifies the time the user logged in to the CLI.
„
From specifies the IP address of the remote user.
„
Kill Sessions terminates all CLI sessions.
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Administration/Monitor/About form
The Administration/Monitor/About form displays general product information about the
Firewall (see Administration/Monitor/About form).
Figure 77 Administration/Monitor/About form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Monitor/About form are as follows:
„
Product provides the model number of the cluster that is connected to the BBI.
„
Version provides the software version running on the cluster.
„
Firewall provides the Check Point software build and feature pack running on the cluster.
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Users forms
Administration/Users provides the following two categories of forms:
„
General (see Administration/Users/General form)
„
SSH Users (see Administration/Users/SSH Users form on page 113)
Administration/Users/General form
Use the Administration/Users/General form to add, modify, delete, or list Firewall user
accounts, and change passwords (see Administration/Users/General form).
Figure 78 Administration/Users/General form
The Administration/Users/General form is divided into the following two sections:
„
Administration Users
„
Password Expire Time
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
Administration Users
†
Username provides the following default user names. TIP: You cannot remove the
default names.
o
oper user is a member of the Oper Group and has read access to the NSF.
o
root is a member of the Root Group and has read/write access to the NSF.
o
admin is a member of Admin and Oper Groups and has read/write access to the
NSF.
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†
Group(s) displays the group to which the user belongs.
†
Actions provides a Modify button used to modify passwords for the default user
names or modify information for user names other than the defaults (see
Administration/Users/General Modify User form).
†
Add New User provides access to the Add New User form used to add a new user
name to a specified group and set the password (see Administration/Users/General
Add New User form on page 112).
Password Expire Time
†
Password Expire Time provides an entry field to set the password expiry time, in
seconds, for the current user name. TIP: The password does not expire if the default
value of 0 is used.
†
Update confirms the password expiration value set for the current user name.
Administration/Users/General Modify User form
Use the Administration/Users/General Modify User form to change the password for a specific
user (see Administration/Users/General Modify User form).
Figure 79 Administration/Users/General Modify User form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Users/General/Modify User form are as follows:
„
Username provides the username.
„
Group provides the name of the group to which the user is assigned.
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Current Login Password provides an entry field to record the current active password for
the named user (for example, oper user or admin user).
„
Password provides an entry field to record the new password.
„
Password (again) provides an entry field to confirm the new password.
„
Click Change Password to submit the new password to the pending configuration.
„
Click Back to return to the Administration/Users/General form without submitting
changes to the pending configuration.
Administration/Users/General Add New User form
Use the Administration/Users/General Add New User form to add new users (see
Administration/Users/General Add New User form).
Figure 80 Administration/Users/General Add New User form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Users/General Add New User form are as follows:
„
„
Add New User
†
Username provides an entry field to specify an identifier for the user.
†
Group provides a selection list to specify the group for the user.
Set Password
†
Current Login Password provides an entry field to specify the login password for the
administrator.
†
Password provides an entry field to specify a new password.
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Password (again) provides an entry field to confirm the new password.
„
Save User saves the user information and returns to the Administration/users/General
form. TIP: Save User applies the change. Do not use the Apply command.
„
Back returns to the Administration/Users/General form with saving the user information.
Administration/Users/SSH form
Use the Administration/Users/SSH Users form to obtain and modify information about SSH
users and to add new SSH Users (see Administration/Users/SSH Users form).
Figure 81 Administration/Users/SSH Users form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Users/SSH Users form are as follows:
„
Enabled specifies the status of the SSH user account.
„
User Name specifies the name of the remote SSH user.
„
User Full Name specifies the descriptive name of the remote SSH user.
„
RSA/DSA Public Key specifies the public key used for RSA and DSA authentication.
„
Actions provides the following two options:
„
†
Modify provides fields to modify the selected SSH user.
†
Delete deletes the selected SSH user.
Add New SSH User (see Administration/Users/SSH Users Add New SSH User form on
page 114).
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Administration/Users/SSH Users Add New SSH User form
Use the Administration/Users/SSH Users Add New SSH User form to add a new SSH user to
the configuration.
Figure 82 Administration/Users/SSH Users Add New SSH User form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Users/SSH Users Add New SSH User form are as
follows:
„
Status provides a list with the following two selections:
†
Enabled enables the SSH user.
†
Disabled disables the SSH user.
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User Name provides an entry field to specify the name of the remote SSH user.
„
User Full Name provides an entry field to specify the descriptive name of the remote SSH
user.
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RSA/DSA Public Key provides an entry field to specify the public key.
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Save SSH User saves the changes to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Administration/Users SSH Users form without submitting changes to
the pending configuration.
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Access List form
Use the Administration Access List form to specify which clients are permitted to administer
the system (see Administration/Access List form). Web access must also be specified (see
Administration/Web/General form on page 118).
Figure 83 Administration/Access List form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Access List form are as follows:
„
Network Address provides the IP address of the client.
„
Subnet Mask provides the subnet address used for matching.
„
Actions provides two buttons:
„
†
Modify displays a form to modify client information.
†
Delete deletes the selected entry. TIP: Deletion terminates the connection.
Add New Access Control displays the Administration/Access List/Add form (see
Administration/Access List Add New Client Access form on page 116).
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Administration/Access List Add New Client Access form
Use the Administration/Access List Add New Client Access form to add a new client access to
the configuration.
Figure 84 Administration/Access List Add New Client Access form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Access List Add New Client Access form are as
follows:
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Client Network Address provides an entry field to record the new client address.
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Client Subnet Mask provides an entry field to record the new client subnet mask.
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Click Update to submit the new client access information to the pending configuration.
„
Click Back to return to the Administration/Access List without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
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Telnet-SSH form
Use the Administration/Telnet-SSH form to enable or disable Telnet/SSH administration (see
Administration/Telnet-SSH form).
Figure 85 Administration/Telnet-SSH form
The Administration/Telnet-SSH form is divided into the following two sections:
„
Telnet/SSH Settings
„
SSH Key Generation
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
„
Telnet/SSH Settings
†
Telnet enables or disables administration through Telnet.
†
SSH enables or disables administration through SSH.
†
CLI Timeout sets the number of seconds a Telnet or SSH session can remain idle
before automatic disconnection. TIP: Changes to the Firewall configuration that are
not applied before the CLI times out will be lost.
†
Update submits the form changes to the pending configuration.
SSH Key Generation
†
Generate New Keys generates new SSH keys.
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Web forms
The Administration/Web forms provide the following:
„
Web (HTTP) administration
„
Creation and administration of self-signed server certificates that allow the BBI to run
under SSL
„
Administration of server certificates on the host
„
Administration of Certificate Authority (CA) certificates
The four main categories of Administration/Web forms are:
„
General (see Administration/Web/General form)
„
Create Cert (see Administration/Web/Create Cert form on page 120)
„
Server Certs (see Administration/Web/Server Certs form on page 121)
„
CA Certs (see Administration/Web/CA Certs form on page 124)
Administration/Web/General form
The Administration/Web/General form enables web administration (see
Administration/Web/General form).
Figure 86 Administration/Web/General form
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The Administration/Web/General form is divided into the following two sections for web
settings:
„
HTTP Settings
„
HTTP/SSL Settings
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
„
HTTP Settings
†
Port provides an entry field to specify the port number for non-secure HTTP access
to the BBI. TIP: The default is port 80.
†
Status provides a list with two selections:
o
Enabled enables HTTP web administration.
o
Disabled disables HTTP web administration.
HTTP/SSL Settings
†
Port provides an entry field to specify the port number for SSL (secure HTTP) web
administration.
†
Status provides a list with two selections:
†
†
†
†
o
Enabled enables SSL web administration.
o
Disabled disables SSL web administration.
TLS provides a list with two selections:
o
Enabled enables TLS protocol.
o
Disabled disables TLS protocol.
SSL v2 provides a list with two selections:
o
Enabled enables SSL v2 protocol.
o
Disabled disables SSL v2 protocol.
SSL v3 provides a list with two selections:
o
Enabled enables SSL v3 protocol.
o
Disabled disables SSL v3 protocol.
Update submits the web changes to the pending configuration.
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Administration/Web/Create Cert form
The Administration/Web/Create Cert form provides a quick method to create a self-signed
certificate that allows the BBI to run under SSL (see Administration/Web/Create Cert form).
TIP: When the BBI is launched with HTTPS using this method, users can expect warnings
from the web browser that the Certificate Authority (CA) root certificate is not trusted.
Figure 87 Administration/Web/Create Cert form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Web/Create Cert form are as follows:
„
Common Name provides an entry field to specify the common name for use with the
certificate.
„
Two-Letter Country Code provides an entry field to specify the country code to be used.
„
Key Size provides a list to select the size of the encryption key with these selections:
„
†
512
†
1024
†
2048
Submit submits the self-signed certificate data to the pending configuration.
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Administration/Web/Server Certs form
Use the Administration/Web/Server Certs form to administer server certificates on the Firewall
(see Administration/Web/Server Certs form).
Figure 88 Administration/Web/Server Certs form
The Administration/Web/Server Certs form is divided into the following two sections:
„
Server Certificates
„
Server Certificate Management
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
Server Certificates
†
Id provides the identifier for the certificate.
†
Issuer identifies the issuer of the certificate.
†
Subject provides the subject of the certificate.
†
Serial Number provides the serial number of the certificate.
†
Valid From provides the date the certificate becomes valid.
†
Valid To provides the date the certificate expires.
†
Actions provides the following two selections visible if a certificate is present:
o
Delete is used to delete a certificate from the system.
o
Modify is used to modify the selected certificate.
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Add New Server Certificate opens a form to add a new server certificate (see
Administration/Web/Server Certs Add Server Certificate form).
Server Certificate Management
†
Generate Certificate Request opens the request form (see Administration/Web/Server
Certs/Generate Certificate Request form on page 123).
†
Export Certificate Request exports the certificate request.
Administration/Web/Server Certs Add Server Certificate form
Use the Administration/Web/Server Certs Add Server Certificate form to add a server
certificate.
Figure 89 Administration/Web/Server Certs Add Server Certificate form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Web/Server Certs Add Server Certificate form are as
follows:
„
Identifier provides the assigned number of the certificate issuer.
„
Update submits the certificate information to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Administration/Web/Server Certs page without submitting changes to
the pending configuration.
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Administration/Web/Server Certs/Generate Certificate Request form
Use the Administration/Web/Server Certs/Generate Certificate Request form to generate a
certificate request (see Administration/Web/Server Certs/Generate Certificate Request form).
Figure 90 Administration/Web/Server Certs/Generate Certificate Request form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Web/Server Certs Generate Certificate Request form
are as follows:
„
Common Name provides an entry field to specify the common name to be used with the
certificate.
„
Two-Letter Country Code provides an entry field to specify the country code.
„
Key Size provides a list to specify the size, either 512, 1024, or 2048, of the encryption
key.
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Submit submits the self-signed certificate data to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Administration/Web/Server Certs form without submitting changes to
the pending configuration.
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Administration/Web/CA Certs form
Use the Administration/Web/CA Certs form to administer Certificate Authority (CA)
certificates on the Firewall (see Administration/Web/CA Certs form). CA certificates are
required if server certificates from an external CA are used.
Figure 91 Administration/Web/CA Certs form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Web/CA Certs form are as follows:
„
Id provides an identifier for the certificate.
„
Issuer identifies the issuer of the certificate.
„
Subject provides the subject of the certificate.
„
Serial Number provides the serial number for the certificate.
„
Valid From provides the date the certificate becomes valid.
„
Valid To provides the date the certificate expires.
„
Actions provides the following two selections if a certificate is present:
„
†
Delete a certificate from the system.
†
Modify a selected certificate.
Add New CA Certificate opens a form to add a new certificate (see
Administration/Web/CA Certs Add Server Certificate form on page 125).
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Administration/Web/CA Certs Add Server Certificate form
Use the Administration/Web/CA Certs Add Server Certificate form to add a server certificate.
Figure 92 Administration/Web/CA Certs Add Server Certificate form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Web/CA Certs Add Server Certificate form are as
follows:
„
Identifier provides the assigned number of the certificate issuer.
„
Update submits the certificate data to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Administration/Web/CA Certs form without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
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SNMP forms
Use the Administration/SNMP forms to enable or disable SNMP event and alarm messages,
enter administrative information for the SNMP system, list configured trap hosts, administer
USM users, and configure the source IP address used with SNMP traps.
Administration/SNMP provides the following forms:
„
General (see Administration/SNMP/General form)
„
System (see Administration/SNMP/System form on page 128)
„
Trap Hosts (see Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts form on page 129)
„
USM Users (see Administration/SNMP/USM Users form on page 131)
„
MIBs (see Administration/SNMP/MIBs form on page 133)
„
Advanced (see Administration/SNMP/Advanced form on page 134)
Administration/SNMP/General form
Use the Administration/SNMP/General form to enable or disable SNMP event and alarm
messages for the Firewall (see Administration/SNMP/General form).
Figure 93 Administration/SNMP/General form
The Administration/SNMP/General form is divided into three sections:
„
SNMP Settings
„
SNMPv1/v2c Options
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SNMPv3 (USM) Options
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
SNMP Settings
†
†
†
†
†
„
o
Enabled enables the SNMP agent.
o
Disabled disables the SNMP agent.
Security Model provides a list, used to specify the form of SNMP security, with the
following selections:
o
v1 specifies the SNMPv1 security model.
o
v2c specifies the SNMPv2c security model.
o
usm specifies the SNMPv3 (USM) security model.
Access provides a list with the following selections:
o
Disabled disables SNMP read/write capacity. Users receive only enabled event
and alarm messages.
o
Read permits read access.
o
Read/write permits read and write access.
Events provides a list with the following selections:
o
Enabled enables sending cluster event messages to SNMP trap hosts.
o
Disabled disables sending cluster event messages to SNMP trap hosts.
Alarms provides a list with the following selections:
o
Enabled enables sending cluster alarm messages to the SNMP trap hosts.
o
Disabled disables sending cluster alarm message to the SNMP trap hosts.
SNMPv1/v2c Options
†
„
Status provides a list with the following selections:
Read Community String (v1/v2c) default setting is public. TIP: Change the default
for effective security.
SNMPv3 (USM) Options
†
Security Level (usm)
o
none provides no authentication/privacy.
o
auth verifies the SNMP user before granting SNMP access and transmits in plain
text.
•
priv verifies the SNMP user before granting SNMP access and transmits
encrypted information.
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Update submits the form changes to the pending configuration.
Administration/SNMP/System form
Use the Administration/SNMP/System form to enter administrative information on behalf of
the SNMP system (see Administration/SNMP/System form).
Figure 94 Administration/SNMP/System form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SNMP/System form are as follows:
„
Email Contact provides an entry field to specify the e-mail address of the SNMP
administrator.
„
Cluster Name provides an entry field to specify a name for referencing the cluster.
„
Cluster Location provides an entry field to specify a name for referencing the cluster
location.
„
Update submits the form changes to the pending configuration.
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Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts form
The Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts form lists configured trap hosts receiving SNMP event
or alarm messages from the Firewall (see Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts form).
Figure 95 Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts form are as follows:
„
IP Address specifies the IP address of the trap host. TIP: Use dotted decimal notation.
„
Port specifies the destination port to which the trap should be sent. TIP: The default is port
162.
„
Community (v1/v2c) specifies the community string for the trap host.
„
Trap User (usm) specifies the user employed for trap authentication.
„
Actions provides the following two options:
„
†
Delete deletes a trap host from the system.
†
Modify permits modification to the selected trap host.
Add New Trap Host provides access to the add form (see Administration/SNMP/Trap
Hosts Add Trap Host form on page 130).
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Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts Add Trap Host form
Use the Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts Add Trap Host form to add a trap host.
Figure 96 Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts Add Trap Host form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts Add Trap Host form are as
follows:
„
IP Address provides an entry field to specify the IP address of the trap host.
„
Port provides an entry field to specify the port to send the trap. TIP: The SNMP default
port is 162.
„
Community String v2c provides an entry field to specify the community string for the trap
host.
„
Trap user (v3) provides an entry field to specify the user employed for trap authentication.
„
Update submits new SNMP User Name information to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Administration/SNMP/Trap Hosts form without submitting changes to
the pending configuration.
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Administration/SNMP/USM Users form
Use the Administration/SNMP/USM Users form to administer USM users employed in
SNMP v3 (usm) authentication and encryption (see Administration/SNMP/USM Users form).
Figure 97 Administration/SNMP/USM Users form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SNMP/USM Users form are as follows:
„
Username specifies the name of the user for SNMP v3 (usm) authentication and
encryption.
„
Permission specifies the user permission type: read, trap, or read/trap.
„
Actions provides the following two selections:
„
†
Delete deletes a user from the system.
†
Modify permits modification of the selected user parameters.
Add New User opens the Add SNMP User form (see Administration/SNMP/USM Users
Add SNMP User form on page 132).
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Administration/SNMP/USM Users Add SNMP User form
Use the Administration/SNMP/USM Users Add SNMP User form to add a new SNMP user.
Figure 98 Administration/SNMP/USM Users Add SNMP User form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SNMP/USM Users Add SNMP User form are as
follows:
„
Username provides an entry field to specify the name of the user for SNMP v3 (usm)
authentication/encryption.
„
Permission provides two check boxes to specify the type of permission allowed for the
user:
†
Get
†
Trap
„
Authentication Password provides an entry field to specify the password used in MD5
authentication.
„
Authentication Password (again) provides an entry field to confirm the password.
„
Encryption Password provides an entry field to specify the password used in DES
entryption.
„
Encryption Password (again) provides an entry field to confirm the password. TIP: When
a user is added, set both passwords.
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Update submits the new trap host data to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Administration/SNMP/USM/Users form without submitting changes
to the pending configuration.
Administration/SNMP/MIBs form
The Administration/SNMP/MIBs form displays all of the SNMP MIB files available on the
Firewall (see Administration/SNMP/MIBs form).
Figure 99 Administration/SNMP/MIBs form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SNMP/MIBs form are as follows:
„
File Name lists the SNMP MIB files existing on the Firewall.
„
Action
†
Download permits downloading of the selected MIB file to the client system.
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Administration/SNMP/Advanced form
Use the Administration/SNMP/Advanced form to configure the source IP address used with
SNMP traps generated from the Firewall (see Administration/SNMP/Advanced form).
Figure 100 Administration/SNMP/Advanced form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SNMP/Advanced form are as follows:
„
„
Source IP provides a list with the following selections:
†
auto is the default and uses the IP address of the outgoing interface.
†
unique uses the IP address of the NSF management port.
†
MIP uses the cluster MIP address.
Update submits the source IP information to the pending configuration.
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SSH Keys form
Use the Administration/SSH keys form to display the current Host Keys and generate new
SSH keys for the cluster (see Administration/SSH keys form).
Figure 101 Administration/SSH keys form
The Administration/SSH keys form is divided into the following two sections:
„
SSH Known Host Keys
„
SSH Key Generation
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SSH keys form are as follows:
„
SSH Known Host Keys displays the current host keys for the cluster. This section is used
to manage known SSH host keys of firewalls and includes the following fields and
buttons:
†
ID is the numerical ID of the generated SSH key.
†
Host is the IP address of the remote host containing the SSH key import target.
†
Type specifies the encryption type of the SSH key—RSA or DES.
†
Fingerprint displays the fingerprint of the SSH key.
†
Action provides a Delete button if SSH keys are configured. Click Delete to delete
the specific SSH key from the registry.
†
Add New SSH Key formats and stores the specified SSH key (see
Administration/SSH keys Add New SSH key form on page 136).
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Import SSH Key imports an SSH key from a remote host (see Administration/SSH
Keys Import SSH Key form on page 137).
SSH Key Generation includes the following fields and buttons:
†
Generate new Keys generates new SSH keys.
†
Show SSH Keys shows the current SSH host keys for the cluster (see
Administration/SSH Keys Show SSH keys form on page 138).
Administration/SSH keys Add New SSH key form
Use the Administration/SSH keys Add New SSH key form to add SSH keys to the
configuration.
Figure 102 Administration/SSH keys Add New SSH key form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SSH keys Add New SSH key form are as follows:
„
IP Address provides an entry field to specify the IP address of the firewall.
„
SSH Key displays the SSH host keys of the specified firewall.
„
Save applies the changes without sending them to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Administration/SSH keys for without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
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Administration/SSH Keys Import SSH key form
Use the Administration/SSH Keys Import SSH Key form to import SSH keys (see
Administration/SSH Keys Import SSH Key form).
Figure 103 Administration/SSH Keys Import SSH Key form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/SSH Keys Import SSH Key form are as follows:
„
IP Address provides an entry field to specify the IP address of the Firewall.
„
Click Save to apply the changes without sending them to the pending configuration.
„
Click Back to return to the Administration/SSH Keys form without submitting changes to
the pending configuration.
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Administration/SSH Keys Show SSH keys form
Use the Administration/SSH Keys Show SSH keys form to view resident SSH key information
(see Administration/SSH Keys Show SSH keys form).
Figure 104 Administration/SSH Keys Show SSH keys form
Click Back to return to the Administration/SSH keys form.
RADIUS form
Use the Administration/RADIUS form to configure RADIUS authentication for system users
(see Administration/RADIUS form).
Figure 105 Administration/RADIUS form
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The Administration/RADIUS form is divided into the following two sections:
„
General
„
RADIUS Servers
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
General
†
o
Enabled enables RADIUS authentication of system users.
o
Disabled disables RADIUS authentication of system users. TIP: Disabled is the
default setting.
†
Timeout provides an entry field to specify a timeout value, in seconds, for a
connection request to a RADIUS server. TIP: The default timeout value is 10
seconds.
†
Fallback specifies the desired fallback mode and provides a list with the following
two selections:
†
„
Status provides a list with the following two selections:
o
Enabled specifies that local passwords are used as fallback if the RADIUS
servers are unreachable. TIP: Enabled is the default parameter.
o
Disabled fallback mode specifies that local passwords cannot be used as fallback
if the RADIUS servers are unreachable.
Update submits the settings to the pending configuration.
RADIUS Servers
†
IP Address specifies the IP address of the RADIUS server.
†
Port specifies the TCP port of the RADIUS server.
†
Actions
†
o
Modify provides a form for modifying the selected RADIUS server.
o
Delete deletes the selected RADIUS server.
Add New Server provides a form for adding a new RADIUS server (see
Administration/RADIUS Add RADIUS Authentication Server form on page 140).
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Administration/RADIUS Add RADIUS Authentication Server form
Use the Administration/RADIUS Add RADIUS Authentication Server form to add a RADIUS
Authentication server.
Figure 106 Administration/RADIUS Add RADIUS Authentication Server form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/RADIUS Add RADIUS Authentication Server form
are as follows:
„
IP Address provides an entry field to specify the IP address of the RADIUS server.
„
Port provides an entry field to specify the TCP port of the RADIUS server.
„
Shared Secret provides an entry field to specify the shared secret used by the RADIUS
server.
„
Shared Secret (again) provides an entry field to confirm the Shared Secret.
„
Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
„
Back returns to the Administration/RADIUS page without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
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APC UPS form
Use the Administration/APC UPS form to configure settings for American Power Corporation
Uninterrupted Power Supply (APC UPS) (see Administration/APC UPS form).
Figure 107 Administration/APC UPS form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/APC/UPS form are as follows:
„
„
Status provides a list with the following two selections:
†
Enabled enables the UPS monitor.
†
Disabled disables the UPS monitor.
UPS Type provides a list to set the UPS type from the following selections:
†
usb (USB port)
†
snmp (Ethernet through SNMP)
„
SNMP Host provides an entry field to specify the SNMP Host IP address for connection.
TIP: Use dotted decimal notation.
„
SNMP Port provides an entry field to specify the SNMP port for connection.
„
SNMP Community provides an entry field to set the SNMP community for connection.
„
Battery Level provides a list to specify the battery level, in percentage, below which the
Firewall shuts down. The list represents a range from 0 to 100 percent.
„
Master IP Address provides an entry field to specify the UPS Master IP address. TIP: Use
dotted decimal notation.
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Update submits the UPS Monitor changes to the pending configuration.
Audit form
Use the Administration/Audit form to configure a RADIUS server to receive log messages
about commands executed in the CLI (see Administration/Audit form).
Figure 108 Administration/Audit form
The Administration/Audit form is divided into the following two sections:
„
General
„
RADIUS Servers
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
„
General
†
Status provides a list with the following selections:
o
Enabled permits the CLI login, logout, and update events to be sent to the event
log, any configured syslog servers, and to a RADIUS audit server.
o
Disabled disables auditing.
†
Vendor Id provides an entry field to specify the SMI Network Management Private
Enterprise Code. TIP: The default is 1872, Alteon (NSF).
†
Vendor Type provides an entry field to specify a number representing the vendor type
attribute used in RADIUS. TIP: The default vendor type value is 2.
†
Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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RADIUS Servers
†
IP Address provides the address of a configured RADIUS server or an entry field to
change or specify the IP Address of a RADIUS server.
†
Port provides the TCP port number or an entry field to change or specify the TCP port
number.
†
Actions provides the following two options:
†
o
Delete deletes a selected RADIUS server.
o
Modify opens a form to modify the selected RADIUS server settings.
Add New Auditing Server (see Administration/Audit Add RADIUS Auditing Server
form)
Administration/Audit Add RADIUS Auditing Server form
Use the Administration/Audit Add RADIUS Auditing Server form to add a RADIUS auditing
server.
Figure 109 Administration/Audit Add RADIUS Auditing Server form
Fields and buttons on the Administration/Audit Add RADIUS Auditing Server form are as
follows:
„
IP Address provides an entry field to specify the IP address of the RADIUS auditing
server.
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Port provides and entry field to specify the TCP port number.
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Shared secret provides an entry field to specify the RADIUS shared secret.
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Update submits the changes to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Administration/Audit form without submitting changes to the pending
configuration.
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Diagnostics forms
The Diagnostics forms provide information about logs, forms to check configuration and
Check Point Logs, system commands, and OSPF Debug settings.
The Diagnostic forms menu includes the following categories of forms:
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Logs (see Logs form)
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Events (see Events form on page 147)
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Audit Log (see Audit Log form on page 148)
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Maintenance (see Maintenance forms on page 149)
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System Commands (see System Commands form on page 151)
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Debug (see Debug forms on page 152)
Logs form
The Diagnostics/Logs form displays the contents of the log file collected from the selected
Firewall host (see Diagnostics/Logs form).
Figure 110 Diagnostics/Logs form
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The Diagnostics/Logs form is divided into the following two sections:
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Log Information
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Log Files
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
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Log Information
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Firewall Director provides a list containing the IP addresses of the Firewall Directors.
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Refresh displays the details of the selected Firewall Director.
Log Files lists all of the log files on the selected Firewall.
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File Name displays the names of log files.
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Size displays the size of log files.
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Last Modification provides the date or most recent modification of the log files.
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Actions provides the following two selections:
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View displays the contents of a selected log file.
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Download downloads the contents of a selected log file to the local system.
NOTE – Only the most recent 64 K of log information is displayed.
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Events form
The Diagnostics/Events form displays the contents of the event log file (see
Diagnostics/Events form).
Figure 111 Diagnostics/Events form
Fields and buttons on the Diagnostics/Events form are as follows:
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Firewall Director provides a list containing the IP addresses of the Firewall Directors.
Refresh displays the details of the selected Firewall Director.
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Time Frame provides two entry fields for setting the time filters for displaying event
information.
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Begin provides an entry field for setting the begin time filter.
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End provides an entry field for setting the end time filter.
Events displays the information extracted from the event log file on the selected Firewall
Director.
NOTE – Only the most recent 64 K of event information is displayed.
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Audit Log form
Use the Diagnostics/Audit Log form to display the latest 64 K of the device audit log (see
Diagnostics/Audit Log form).
Figure 112 Diagnostics/Audit Log form
Fields and buttons on the Diagnostic/Audit Log form are as follows:
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Firewall Director provides a drop down list containing the IP addresses of the Firewall
Directors.
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Refresh displays the audit information for the selected Firewall Director.
Time Frame provides two entry fields for setting the time filters for displaying audit
information.
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Begin provides an entry field for setting the begin time filter.
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End provides an entry field for setting the end time filter.
Auditing displays the auditing information for the selected Firewall.
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Maintenance forms
Use the Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Configuration form to check the applied
configuration (see Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Configuration form).
Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Configuration form
Figure 113 Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Configuration form
The Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Configuration form is divided into the following two
sections:
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Check Applied Configuration
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Applied Configuration
Fields and buttons on the form are as follows:
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Check Applied Configuration determines whether the NSF can contact configured
gateways, routes, DNS servers, and authentication servers. It also determines whether the
NSF can connect to web servers specified in group links.
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Nodes provides a list with two selections:
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all-isds performs configuration checks from all hosts.
o
one isd performs configuration checks from local host.
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Configuration Items provides a list of available configuration items. You can select
items from the list or, if selected, remove items from the selected list.
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Click Check Configuration to check the applied configuration. The configuration
information appears in the Applied Configuration display area.
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Applied Configuration displays configuration information.
Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Point Logs form
Use the Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Point Logs form to provide Check Point Log file
information, collected from NSF devices, to the local system for technical support purposes
(see Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Point Logs form).
Figure 114 Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Point Logs form
Fields and buttons on the Diagnostics/Maintenance/Check Point Logs form are as follows:
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File Name provides an entry field for the file name used to store the uploaded information.
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To dump the Check Point logs to the specified location, click Dump Check Point Logs .
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System Commands form
Use the Diagnostics/System Commands/System Commands form to execute Check Point
system commands normally entered in a command window (see Diagnostics/System
Commands/System Commands form).
Figure 115 Diagnostics/System Commands/System Commands form
Fields and buttons on the Diagnostics/System Commands/System Commands form are as
follows:
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Host IP provides a list of host IP addresses.
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Command provides a list of the following Check Point commands:
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Check Point connection table size (fw tab -t connection)
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Check Point connection table size summary (fw tab -t connections -s)
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Check Point interface list (fw ctl iflist)
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Check Point licenses (cplic print -x-t)
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Check Point memory statistics (fw ctl ptstat)
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Check Point policies (fw stat)
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Check Point version (fw ver)
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Check Point Status (fw stat -l)
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Test Sync Network (cphaprob stat)
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Load Check Point Policy (fw fetch localhost)
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Unload Check Point Policy (fw unloadlocal)
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Current interfaces (ifconfig)
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Current running processes (ps -aefH)
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Iptables information (iptables -L)
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ARP Table Entries/info/net/arp (arp -n)
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Click Submit to execute the selected Check Point command.
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Result displays the result of the selected command execution.
Debug forms
Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF form
Use the Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF form to configure OSPF debug settings (see
Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF form).
Figure 116 Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF form
Fields and buttons on the Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF form are as follows:
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Routing OSPF Debug displays the following OSPF debugging options:
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Generic Events turns on debugging for OSPF events.
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ISM Events turns on debugging for the interface state machine.
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LSA Events turns on debugging for link state advertisements.
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NSM Events turns on debugging for the neighbor state machine.
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Packets turns on debugging for OSPF packets.
Enabled displays the following OSPF Debug operational settings:
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Yes indicates OSPF Debug is enabled.
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No indicates OSPF Debug is disabled.
Action displays a form used to modify a displayed OSPF Debug option.
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Modify displays a form to modify an OSPF debug option (see
Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF Modify form).
Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF Modify form
Use the Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF Modify form to enable or disable logging of OSPF generic
events.
Figure 117 Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF Modify form
Fields and buttons on the Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF Modify form are as follows:
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Status provides a list to select enabled or disabled for logging of OSPF generic events.
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Update submits the change to the pending configuration.
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Back returns to the Diagnostics/Debug/OSPF form without submitting changes to the
pending configuration.
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Wizards forms
The Wizards guide the user through configuration processes.
The Wizards tab on the NSF BBI main page provides the following selections (see Wizards
main menu):
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Initial Configuration (see Initial Configuration Wizard on page 155)
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Add (see Add Wizard forms on page 156)
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Interface
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Bridge
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GRE Tunnel
Configure (see Configure Wizard forms on page 157)
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Check Point Firewall
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Routes/Gateways
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DHCP Relay
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OSPF
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Remote Access
†
Users
Figure 118 Wizards main menu
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The figures in this section represent the first page of each NSF BBI Wizard.
Initial Configuration Wizard
Use the Initial Configuration wizard to configure a working NSF environment (see Initial
Configuration Wizard form).
Figure 119 Initial Configuration Wizard form
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Add Wizard forms
Use the Add forms to add or modify interfaces and bridges.
Add Interface
Use the Add Interface wizard to add a new interface or modify an existing interface (see Add
Interface Wizard form).
Figure 120 Add Interface Wizard form
Add Bridge
Use the Add Bridge wizard to add a bridge to the configuration (see Add Bridge Wizard form).
Figure 121 Add Bridge Wizard form
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Add GRE Tunnel
Use the Add GRE Tunnel wizard to add a GRE tunnel to the configuration (see Add GRE
Tunnel Wizard form).
Figure 122 Add GRE Tunnel Wizard form
Configure Wizard forms
Use the Configure forms to perform system configurations.
Check Point Firewall
Use the Check Point Firewall form to configure options, such as enabling or disabling Check
Point Firewall processing and synchronization status (see Configure Check Point Firewall
Wizard form).
Figure 123 Configure Check Point Firewall Wizard form
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Routes/Gateways
Use the Routes/Gateways form to configure static routes and default gateways (Configure
Routes/Gateways Wizard form).
Figure 124 Configure Routes/Gateways Wizard form
DHCP Relay
Use the DHCP Relay form to configure DHCP relay (see Configure DHCP Relay Wizard
form).
Figure 125 Configure DHCP Relay Wizard form
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OSPF
Use the OSPF form to configure use of the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol (see
Configure OSPF Wizard form).
Figure 126 Configure OSPF Wizard form
Remote Access
Use the Remote Access wizard form to perform functions associated with remote access
configuration, such as add or delete client access lists (see Remote Access Wizard form).
Figure 127 Remote Access Wizard form
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Users
Use the User Administration Wizard to perform user administration tasks and configuration,
such as add, modify, or delete a user (see User Administration Wizard form).
Figure 128 User Administration Wizard form
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